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WP #167 & #173, Kura Puzzle #48
Fountain World is a large, wrapping, watery area featuring ceramic tiles, marble vases and columns, large sculptures of hands and fists, and not much else. To the northwest of the entrance from Boogie Street is a propylon leading to the Fountain House, and to the northwest of the Fountain House is a sculpture of an open hand that takes you to Hand Fields.
The Fountain House is a large three-room house that appears to be located in outer space. The living room has a non-interactive fountain in the middle, a couch for Urotsuki to sit on at the top left, a bed with some sort of wind-up mechanical bird on top of it to the top right, a window to outer space front and center (which will pan the camera to give a better view when interacted with), and a dark-haired NPC wandering around.
Using the Glasses effect will reveal that the NPC is actually some type of angel (as well as make him slightly transparent), while using the Plaster Cast effect will make the NPC walk over to Urotsuki, occasionally showing his angel wings, and heal her. Equipping the Chainsaw or the Marginal effect will make the NPC flee from Urotsuki (while being chased, he occasionally shows his angelic appearance), and the Child effect will make him follow Urotsuki around. Eviscerating him with the chainsaw will cause the clockwork bird atop the bed to stop moving; he does not appear to ever respawn, even after Urotsuki wakes up.
The mechanical bird on top of the bed will speed up if Urotsuki equips the Fairy, Spacesuit, or the Bat effects, but the angel NPC himself will not react to them. Equipping the chainsaw will slow it down.
The room to the left features a piano that Urotsuki can play, while the room to the right contains a pool with six fountains in it.
- Like Painter-Kun, the angel NPC will never respawn once killed, even after waking up.