And here we are once more. Let's see what we have this time... Hm, there doesn't seem to be much, most is self explanatory. Well, there's still some.
Voile Archive Entrances- To this, the exact number is sort of variable, aside from the main entry to the rest of the mansion, and the only firm answer that can be given is 'enough'. Unless Marisa shows up. Then it's 'entirely too many', even if that's the only one available at the time.
Hot Springs- You actually feel a little refreshed from this. Which is unusual, because hot water normally has hardly any effect on you, and you have tried hot springs before, to equally little effect. Possibly there's some odd effect from the source of the spring's heat. You feel you might be a little healthier than you normally would, tomorrow. Of course, if you intend to use the spring regularly, you suppose you will have to either become very friendly with the shrine maiden, or be ready to start paying for the privilege, once she catches on to your interests.
The Shrine- This is the interesting one. Where normally things are either 'inside' or 'outside' the Barrier, the Hakurei Shrine is, at the same time, both. And equally, neither. To draw a parallel: there is a house and a lawn. If the front door is opened, and you step into it and stop, without passing all the way through, where are you? You aren't inside the house. At the same time, you aren't quite outside either. This is, putting it simplistically and crudely, how the shrine works: the 'door' between inside and outside. If you don't intend to damage the Barrier, you should be sure to at least have cleared the base of the steps to the shrine before making any portals.
Geas- You don't know how to make one of these, offhand, as you aren't interested in the spell. In addition, no physical contact is necessary at all for such things, as you recall, and so mutilation, permanent for humans, would be considered quite an extreme retaliation and possibly leave her with a reasonably legitimate grievance to bring to bear against you with the Shrin
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