This posts going to be a little short to keep attention where it should be, specifically on Graph’s screenshots. For those wondering, yes Marisa is reading the original Dracula to Flandre, and no she had no idea what she was getting into when she started it. Hilarity is sure to ensue, and by hilarity I mean a big mess. In fact the aftermath of this is the first time you can get yourself painted over the walls, though hardly the last.
That’s right, it’s entirely possible that your guidance of Marisa will lead to a time paradox and rather bloody game over. Our Gensoukyo is a generally nice place, but you’re still dealing with very powerful people. If you manage to screw them over badly they might just get angry enough to explode you, seal you, shove your soul into a doll, turn you inside out, or turn off your lungs. And, well, romantic entanglements can be messy.
Still, we aren’t going to kill you for taking the wrong entrance to the Shrine, or for not wiping the blood off your shirt (well aside from that path). And there’s a powerful ally who can give you hints as to what to do and not to do. Should you choose to spend time with her of course.