Some candy and homemade spooky food for Halloween, and maybe lighting a few candles during the Allhallowtide. >>3243819
She's pretty kind, so she'd enjoy giving candy to trick-or-treaters. Hopefully she doesn't get spooked by their disguises, though.>>3244107
Sadako would be an obvious outfit for her.>>3244365
No Thanksgiving here, although I sometimes have some turkey around then just for fun.>>3244383
She's terrible with scary stuff.>>3244457
She has a great singing voice. I could see her being good with flutes and brass instruments too.>>3244520
She's likely pretty frugal, even if she's rich.>>3244535
Very, very, very. Compliment her and watch her turn beet red in an instant. That shyness of hers is adorable.>>3244597
Hmm... maybe /mu/ and /adv/. If sewing is /diy/, then that too (/cgl/ would be terrible to her, though). Possibly /ck/ too.>>3244766
A kiss on the lips is always great, of course, but I think a kiss on her forehead could make her become really silly and blushy too.>>3244982
She's never shown cooking from what I can recall, but she seems like she'd definitely at least be interested in it. That does make me curious about how her meals were handled during her childhood, come to think of it. Her father doesn't really seem to be the cooking type, so maybe they hired a maid to handle their meals?
What were the fanbase reactions to her when she was first introduced?
I once read some Japanese Elfen Lied threads from 2003, and while the fanbase was an ironic one that saw the author as being moe and made fun of his art and the story's ridiculous mood swings, the threads went absolutely wild when Nozomi was introduced. It wasn't in a positive way for the most part to say the least, but the threads started speculating like crazy about what was up with her. "Is she a diclonius?", "Is she a trap?", "Is Nana going to run into her and change her with her vectors?" and all kinds of other strange theories.