The Witches' Ball ~ Magus (Seihou: Shuushou Gyoku, IaMP)
Love-colored Master Spark (IN)
Oriental Dark Flight (PoFV)
Also known as: Ordinary Sorceress
Marisa is the secondary main character of Touhou games 3-12, although she makes her first appearance in the second game (Story of Eastern Wonderland) as an enemy. Marisa is a human magician who lives in a cluttered house in the Forest of Magic. She is friends with Reimu and visits her often, but otherwise is solitary and spends most of her time researching magic. She is also an avid collector stuffing her house with various items, and would go "borrowing" things from others without returning them. She is selfish, sometimes violent, and has a disagreeable manner. Underneath, though, she is honest and a hard worker. This makes it strange that she is friends with Reimu, whose powers are purely from talent while she had to work very hard to get her own to the same level. Her ability is high-level destructive magic. In the games, her attacks are characterized by stars and lasers. Consistent to her "borrowing", many of her spells are lifted from other characters, such as her signature "Master Spark" which was originally Yuka Kazami's, or her "Nondirectional Laser" attack, which was originally Patchouli's attack. She also appears in Seihou: Shuushou Gyoku as one of the Extra Bosses.
Thai สลากกินแบ่งรัฐบาล officials said Monday that a cave where six foreign tourists and two Thai guides drowned in a flash flood over the weekend lacked warning signs and would be blocked off.
Trekkers from Switzerland, Germany and Britain were trapped when heavy rain caused a stream to rise swiftly, engulfing the cave in Kao Sok National Park, Surat Thani province, some 645 kilometres (400 miles) south of Bangkok.
One British woman survived the flood and was rescued on Sunday.
"The cave is considered an unsafe area, สลากกินแบ่งรัฐบาล without enough signs to warn tourists about possible dangers like floods hitting during this season," Suvit Yodmanee, Tourism and Sports Minister, told reporters.
Six national parks in Surat Thani have been temporarily shut so safety officials can asses them, he said, while the cave where the tragedy happened would be closed to tourists indefinitely.
"It will be closed until we are confident that the place is safe for tourists to visit. They should have a system for officials to be able to react and assist tourists immediately in any emergency," he said.
Tour operators would also face greater scrutiny, Suvit said, and would be punished if they put tourists at risk.
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