"Doctor? How come when I go down to the river my skin gets all wrinkly and heavy?" A wide-eyed child asked as he was getting his shots.
Your skin does not actually gain any appreciable amount of weight when in the water. Rather the presence of particularly damp or wet conditions triggers a nervous system response that alters the flow of blood in your hands and feet to create a sagging effect, most likely to provide a better grip on wet surfaces from the increased surface area of wrinkled skin.
*drunk* Heeyyyy, Eiirriinnn, can you make me shome medishin that makes a second floor bedroom that I can sleep in?
Alternatively I could let you walk in place in front of the front step for half a minute such that you believe that you have reached the second floor, given your condition.
The plague doctor generally carries a bag of sharp tools, barely ever speaks. Oh, and you also die if you touch him. Sound familiar to you?
It sounds to me like an aggrandized tale meant to frighten children.
Even though Youkai are spiritual beings. They are still living, Mortal beings. So would they be affected or even killed by Venom's, Toxic substances and Elemental Poisons? Say for example a Tengu is bitten by a Bleachers Sea Snake (which has Venom Potent enough to kill 1000 humans with a few milligrams). Expose a bakeneko to 10 drops of Dimethylmercury. Expose a Magician to Chlorine gas. Or expose all the entities mentioned before to Sarin or VX Nerve agents. Would death occur in any of them?
You have far too much free time.
Exceedingly powerful poisons and toxins would most likely work on most youkai short of Makaian demons (who are more rooted in miasma and thereby have little in the way of physical processes to interrupt). Other exceptions include youkai with particular power over poison or diseases. However any use of deadly force in that manner in Gensokyo would have you instantly blacklisted by Miss Reimu, if not outright devoured by the first youkai who reaches you.
Had any associations with the Weyland-Yutani corporation?
An Outside World corporation? However would I ensure any sort of reasonable exchange with some sort of business there? Furthermore I would have no reason to interact with them in the first place.
Could a creature with corrosive blood actually live?
Technically human blood is already corrosive enough to affect surgical instruments or magnesium compounds over long periods of time due to the inherent chlorine content and various other oxidation factors.
(Mun: In "Ningyougeki"/"Touhoumon"; where and how rarely/commonly does one encounter an Eirin?)
((Unfortunately I’ve never played the original Ningyougeki so I can’t rightfully say. I’m fairly certain there is a list of wild encounter locations that you can look up somewhere.))
"Offers an absurd quantity of straitjackets."
I have to wonder if I even could make use of such things. Certainly they are favorable for human use, but the body types and sizes of youkai differ so much that I cannot see much purpose to them. After all, I have a good dozen or two tengu who could use such garments for a while but they have no room for the wings or features to restrain them. Tsk tsk, truly a pity.
who is your favorite student between Reisen, Toyohime and Yorihime?
Favoritism is unprofessional.
why did you give the hourai elixir to mokou?
I did not. Kaguya managed to abscond with some of the Elixir when she was banished and later hid it in a volcano. The legend of the Elixir then spread and Miss Mokou accompanied a good-natured traveler to find it before killing him and taking it for herself. I had no hand in any of it.