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Sakuya turned red, and instinctively knifed the too-stupid-for-his-own-good youkai.
"Am I wrong?" the pained mimicker spluttered before being kneed in the crotch.
Sakuya simply said, "You're a masochist, aren't you? Just like that celestial who caused the scarlet weather disaster. Or did you expect anything else?"
"You know, attacking someone for bringing up a perfectly valid point doesn't make you superior to them..." the weakened youkai mumbled from the floor.
"Well I... shut up." Sakuya abandoned any hope of winning the argument in word, so simply added four more knives to the guy's back.

Touhou Doujin: Dawitsu's Folly is the first of a misleadingly named series of Touhou fanfics written by Duwee Davis II of, and does not involve Doujin of any sort, although the description of the first book implies it started off that way. The series goes as follows:

  1. Touhou Doujin: Dawitsu's Folly
  2. Touhou Doujin: Grimoire of Dawitsu (encyclopedic spin-off)
  3. Touhou Doujin: Holiday Edition
  4. Touhou Doujin: Dawitsu's Recompense
  5. Touhou Doujin: Jean's Magical Education
  6. Touhou Doujin: The Forbidden Love of Yukari Yakumo (stylistic in-universe spinoff parody of Badfic.)
  7. Touhou Doujin: The Misadventures of Yukari Yakumo (another stylistic homage spinoff, this time as a Lemony Narrator.)
  8. Touhou Doujin: Yutaka's Big Fat Youkai Wedding
  9. Touhou Doujin: The Epilogue (The Distant Finale of the series)

On top of that, the author has begun to release walfas videos set in-between Books 6/7 and 8 on this Youtube channel.


Very recently, the author has begun work on what he claims to be a 'sister series', which comprises of:

  1. Twenty Years Later: Reimu's Successor- A much-more aptly named installment which is set during the Epilogue's time era, Twenty Years Later.
  2. Twenty Years Later: Bunbunmaru Spirit News archives- A book which, in a similar vein to Grimoire of Dawitsu, has no real plot, but rather is a collection of one-shots, this time in the form of news articles written by Aya and Hatate.

The plot more or less centers around another incident in Gensokyo, this time caused by a (Brace Yourselves) a Male Self-Insert Subverted Gary Stu Original Character named Mateyuu Dawitsu and his incredibly Moe Shikigami, Yutaka Hadekawa, who have the powers of Mimicry and Manipulation of Scenery. He decides to steal Flandre Scarlet's sword Laevateinn For the Lulz. Naturally, this doesn't impress her Big Sister, who blames the incident on the local witch, Marisa Kirisame, and tries to force her to give it back by leveling her house. Going to the local hero for help, she and Reimu Hakurei end up trying to find the location of this new thief on the block. Hilarity Ensues.


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