Remilia can usually keep herself fed by going out and finding humans to bite and drink from as they sleep. However, on nights she cannot get out or cannot find a human that suits her tastes, she will feed from Sakuya, who secretly enjoys this attention from her mistress.
After an incident with Rinnosuke, Marisa, and Marisa’s parents, Marisa ran away from home and was raised by Mima.
Everyone has varying degrees of romantic feelings for Marisa, but Marisa is the only straight female in Touhou and is in love with Rinnosuke, who is gay for Unzan.
Aya’s newspaper is a financial disaster, and her income comes entirely from waiting tables at a dim sum restaurant
Remilia’s wingspan is twice her size. She can control how big or small they are, but she makes them appear large to look imposing, but still beautiful.
Alice is actually a doll. Her younger PC-98 self is still technically human—directly after those games, she became a youkai. But after that, she turned into a doll without knowing it. She doesn’t have doll joints like Medicine, however. But she’s hallow and plastic-like, as expected.
We are the lords and gods of Gensokyo. Everytime we play the games, we twist time and events to our own demands. Reimu has a temple dedicated to us, yet she keeps the money all to herself. - I believe everytime we choose to go with a specific character with specific settings we change an event, and shape things in our way. The characters who participate are constantly different, but Reimu is always a constant because she is our subbordinate.
Gensokyo is essentially a world for youkai. Then why are there humans living in it? It’s simple. That’s because youkai need human fear to keep existing. Without them, they would cease to exist.
Because of that fact, the Hakurei Border was designed to be impassable by ordinary humans. However, the same rules do not apply to the youkai. After all, they form hunting parties for human flesh to the Outside World regularly.
The only way you can go out of Gensokyo if you’re an ordinary human is by asking Reimu or Yukari’s help. In a sense, those two are the “jailers” for ordinary humans in Gensokyo.
Who knows? Maybe there’s a chance for the humans living in the Human Village will want to abandon Gensokyo if they know what lives they could have in the Outside World. The first and major perk is, of course, living without worry of troublesome youkai attacking you ever again.