Does Gensokyo have any form of modern education? Like a school... where they teach maths and writings and social studies and colleges?
Reimu: In the Human Village, Keine Kamishirasawa apparently runs a school and teaches children, but that’s all I know of.
Maar'izah, hio fal nok tafiir. Hio "bodiis" fin revak nol Qoth! (marisa, you foul lying theif. You "borrowed" the sacred relics from my tomb!)
Marisa: Eh? That was yours? Well, thanks for the relics, ze!
How do you both deal with the grazing that comes from your adventures?
Reimu: The bullets may or may not destroy our clothes, so we have extra.
(Zu'u Vokun. Krosis, Re'muu ahrk ma'rizaah, Fah Fin Vanmindoraan Tinvaak) I am Vokun. I do apologize, Reimu and Marisa, for my incomprehensible speech.
Reimu: It’s okay, Vokun.
Marisa: What Reimu said!
Marisa, why do you say "ze" at the end of every sentence, eh? Seems a strange thing to say, eh?
Marisa: Well… Why do you say “eh” at the end of your sentences, da ze?
Zu'u Vokun. Krosis, Re'muu ahrk ma'rizaah, Fah Fin Vanmindoraan Tinvaak.
Reimu: “I can’t understand… Say again?”
Hey, Marisa, has Reimu ever used your broom to clean by accident?
Marisa: Oi Reimu, where’s my broom?
Reimu (with broom in her hand): *hides broom behind back* I don’t know…
What do you think of all the H-doujins and hentai pictures of you that are drawn by fans?
((I honestly don’t really like them; I don’t know what Reimu and Marisa would say about that…))
Reimu, what would you do if a meteor hit the shrine?
*ignores the falling meteorite heading for the shrine at the speed of sound*
Reimu: My shrine is destroyed a lot, so I really don’t care much. *looks back to see the meteor on the shrine and then freaks out*
How is it that whenever anyone in Gensokyo turns around, what ever they were holding or wearing jumps to the other side of them; like a mirror.
Reimu: I honestly don’t know, Anon. This is Gensokyo. Anything is possible.