Delete Shiritori (消失 しりとり, Derīto Teīru tou Nōsu) is a variation of Shiritori created by Momo Momozono for the third and final round of the Jet Black Wedding Feast.
Each player has a syllable bank that includes all fifty Japanese syllables. The order players take turns is decided by drawing cards. Lower numbers go first.
The first player to finish up their fifty syllables is the winner.
Each syllable of the fifty syllables can only be used once.
The first syllable of the word will be passed down from the previous player. Therefore, only the second syllables and beyond are to be "deleted".
The following cases will result in a disqualification:
When cannot think of a word or when you use the same syllable.
When you use a word that's already been used by the previous player. Homonyms are an exception.
When you use a word that ends with "ん" (N). Since there are only a handful of words that start with "ん" (N). (Because the game ends when all fifty syllables are used however, it is possible to use a word that ends with "ん" (N) to finish the game.)
When a player is disqualified, the Shiritori game will continue on with the rest of the players. When there is only one player left, the last player will win automatically.