Ah, I am sorry Miss Cirno but I was not particularly observant of the regions of Gensokyo outside of the bamboo forest until the last few decades. You are probably old enough that your knowledge of fairy history begins farther back than mine.
You could certainly stand to give a proper warning for something like that, Miss Marisa. I cannot help but object to that kind of unwelcome behavior. Now then, regardless of whatever holiday you are truly observing, by ‘season of giving’ am I to assume that you intend to petition me for some sort of gift to you in exchange for that embarrassing display?
Might I recommend a basket? Your arms are only capable of properly bracing so much volume before it becomes unmanageable.
Of course I have heard about acupuncture. However, to apply it with archery would be the equivalent of cooking a meal by dipping it in the fires of Old Hell: the tool is far too great in power for the intended purpose and would simply destroy instead of serving the intended purpose.
As for the second comment, I could defend myself with a scalpel most certainly, but as for a contaminated injection I would most certainly not. I have no intention of ever causing significant medical harm to any individual unless the situation is incredibly dire.
Ah, thank you very much. The rabbits will enjoy these.
Most humanoids do not actually have wishbones, Sir Daichi, with the avians being a key exception. Instead, the majority of us have two unconnected clavicle bones that run from the top of the chest to the shoulder that serve the purpose of providing structure to the chest and arms, which is the same general purpose as the wishbone has for the chest and wings.
Oh my, and you are here calmly and willingly, Miss Sakurako? I must say that I am particularly impressed with your maturity~
I enjoy a wide variety of instrumental arrangements. I generally find that lyrical music distracts me or my patients, but beyond that the particular genre is not all that important to me. On that note, I do tend to avoid music that is meant to be loud or harsh.
You might say that culturally the moon is more or less in a state of slow progression, though certainly not to the degree that things change on earth. Technologically, though, as far as I am aware they have remained leaps and bounds beyond what the humans are capable of even now.
Neither is that to say that there is no uptake of new popular hobbies or the like as individuals see fit, but at the same time it is not as if celestial beings have a constant need for entertainment by any means.