Namame (壁宿), born under the star Wall (壁), is a Genbu Celestial Warrior who appears as a small doll made of rock. Namame is indicated to not have any sexual gender.
Despite the difficulty for a being of rock to have any concrete personality, Namame is very perceptive of the feelings of others. It is able to adapt in any situation and is very helpful. Like a child, it is very sensitive to the treatment of others and quick to lose its temper should something upset it.
Under Anlu's care
Namame was born from the Senmei stone near Ifurei. When Takiko and her friends find it, it is a stone giant protecting the Oracle Anlu, who sat in its mouth. After being traumatized by human cruelty when it attempted to fit in, Namame found it hard to trust others; Anlu said that it took her a whole day of sitting right next to it for Namame to trust her.
The death of its first friend, the Oracle Anlu, triggered such a violent outburst that its giant rock form had to be completely destroyed by Hagas just to get him to calm down. Though unable to cry physically, it does later mourn the death of Anruu taking Takiko's tears as its own as they drip onto its head.
Summoning Genbu, and Sacrifice
When Takiko Okuda announced her second wish, "To bring health back to those who have breath," it has been revealed that the Seimei Stone's true task is to turn into living water to heal the land. And by that, Namame's stone body has no choice but to turn into water, with it's soul to never shall return again, bidding farewell to Takiko upon disappearing.
Namame is capable of manipulating earth and rock as a Celestial Warrior and proves to be extremely resourceful, using its power to change into a horse for transportation, a replacement for Takiko's naginata and a small shelter for Takiko to ride out her wait for Hagas. Though Namame is apparently unable to speak, Takiko eventually is able to hear its voice and Namame speaks in simple and short sentences. It is unknown if its voice is capable of reaching the other Celestial Warriors, nevertheless, he is on good terms with all of them and is usually carried around by Hatsui or Hikitsu.