The time has come to answer a few of your paltry concerns, and matters confusing to you will be laid simply bare.
Stabbing- This would be a minor inconvenience, since you have healing potions at hand, and it would fix itself sooner or later anyway. You'd still prefer not to. Particularly for the sake of another Magician.
Lunar Runes- All these seem to do is to destroy magical barriers in their trajectory. Beyond this, the projectile used is no more than a simple bullet. Granted, however, should an opponent be expecting their magical barriers to be sufficient defense, a simple bullet is likely more than sufficient.
Yukkuri Battle Feasibility- Minimal, regarding direct confrontations. Rachel likely harbors some degree of the natural regeneration, and magic make magical barriers available, to cover for the creatures' natural fragility, however, neither are infallible. Using them as student opposition would be unwise. Using unwanted spare subjects as objectives of battle, however, re: their defense/destruction, may be feasible.
Umbridge- Seems incompetent thus far. You will withhold judgement for the moment, however, at least until you are capable of making first-hand observations.
Possessiveness- As a magician, you will not be handing out any of your secrets if given any other reasonable option. Particularly to other magicians, who may be capable of using them. This is common practice, and combines a healthy dose of paranoia and spite towards other practitioners. This is not to say that you would never give knowledge to another, but you much prefer that they thoroughly earn it, and you come off significantly the better for the exchange than they do. Standard and traditional practice is, as you have made note before, a year and a day of servitude in exchange for a boon or spell. Though you are willing to make alternate accommodations, of course.
Alice- You never impregnated this one. You collected samples for impregnation, but only two, and impregnated the scarred Reimu and the Yuka. The Alice has been sitting patiently and un-impregnated in its enclosure, awaiting your int
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