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From https://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Scarlet_Weather_Rhapsody/Translation/Patchouli%27s_Script

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Versus Reimu Hakurei

Patchouli

Clear sunny skies harm living creatures from time to time. Sunlight is one of those harmful substances that you can't hide from.

Versus Marisa Kirisame

Patchouli

Drizzle that humidifies the air is the book's worst enemy. I imagine they get moldy in your house too.

(The word for drizzle is kirisame, so there's a double meaning here.)

Versus Sakuya Izayoi

Patchouli

The cloudy skies that block harmful rays are uninterestingly plain. However, overcast is the gentlest weather to all living things.

Versus Youmu Konpaku

Patchouli

Azure is the color of a sky that works hard to bring forth a good light. That's almost like avoiding, don't you think?

Versus Alice Margatroid

Patchouli

Falling hail cannot adapt to the warm summer air. It had no effect other than causing damage.

Versus Patchouli Knowledge

Patchouli

Hah! What was I doing?

Versus Remilia Scarlet

Patchouli

The deep fog strips away people's eyesight and all their mobility. That can only mean death.

Versus Yuyuko Saigyouji

Patchouli

Snow that remains on the ground is a sign of evil As there is almost no difference between snow and rain.

Versus Yukari Yakumo

Patchouli

The rain that falls when it's sunny is the deceitful weather. It is what they call a fox's wedding, after all.

(Sun showers are also called "fox's wedding" in Japan, since foxes can take the form of girls in order to trick men in folklore.)

Versus Suika Ibuki

Patchouli

In sparse rainfall, small drops are different from large drops. You are still causing strong winds and little rain. Why don't you return home?

Versus Aya Shameimaru

Patchouli

The tempest shows no contempt for the weak, for it is the weather of natural selection. "In a storm, only the strong grass remains." That is the providence of this world.

(A Japanese idiom rooted in the Book of Later Han)

Versus Reisen Udongein Inaba

Patchouli

At the beginning of summer on sunny days,

you can see strong winds blowing mist on the mountain very well.

It seems comfortable, but the mountain air also blows down to the base.

Versus Komachi Onozuka

Patchouli

The river mist that rises from the temperature difference between

the water and air is the mist that appears early in the evening.

Truly, it resembles the boat ride to the land of the dead.

Versus Iku Nagae

Patchouli

It may be possible to prepare for the typhoon in advance, but to tell the truth we still fear its arrival.

Versus Tenshi Hinanawi

Patchouli

A seven-colored curtain!? The sky still has colors that I haven't seen after all.

Versus <anyone>

Patchouli

The weather is of the atmosphere, so it, like humans, has its own personality. You can't call yourself a magician if you can't read the atmosphere.

Patchouli

Whatever the weather, it doesn't matter to me if I stay at home.

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