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  • Note: Bolded text are voice clips from S-Support CG confession scenes.

With Male Avatar Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Mmm, do you smell that, Avatar? It's the sweet smell of justice!
  • Avatar: I take it from your... exuberance that you just returned from a mission? Of justice?
  • Arthur: I received word that a group of ne'er-do-wells was on the attack. I've just disbanded their society of injustice and rescued the town they were terrorizing.
  • Avatar: Ne'er-do-wells, you say? Interesting. Was it a difficult battle?
  • Arthur: Not in the least! Whenever I stare evil in the eye, evil always blinks first.
  • Avatar: Haha, that's great! Right? It sounds great. Just what I'd expect from the hero of Nohr. I really admire how you've devoted yourself to helping the helpless.
  • Arthur: You're too kind, my lord! But truly, it was no trouble at all.
  • Avatar: But your pants are covered in mud! They didn't hurt you, did they?
  • Arthur: Oh... that's actually unrelated. I was hit by a couple of carriages on the way back.
  • Avatar: Huh?! You mean to say that two different carriages hit you in one day?
  • Arthur: And after that, the town's self-defense force mistook me for a thief. They chased me for a good... oh, I don't know, 10 miles?
  • Avatar: Gods, that's awful. You must have been born under a truly unlucky star.
  • Arthur: So they say. Oh! I'm sorry, but I must take my leave now. I promised to deliver some much-needed medicine for the village elderly today. Thank you for the chat, Avatar!
  • Arthur exits
  • Avatar: What a character. I do hope he makes it through his delivery in one piece...

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Another day in the service of justice has been completed. Ahh, feels great!
  • Avatar: Hello, Arthur! May I ask what heroic deeds you have performed to help people today?
  • Arthur: Today I was asked to help a charitable organization prepare for a banquet. I just got back, actually. It went swimmingly!
  • Avatar: That's wonderful! Good work, as always.
  • Arthur: Thank you! it was a new experience for me. I was asked to be a taste tester. The food I tried was unfortunately past its prime... My stomach feels pretty terrible. However, the dishes the other tester tried were fine. The banquet was big success! And no one but myself has to endure this terrible stomach trauma, so I'm very happy.
  • Avatar: *sigh* Poor Arthur. Why am I not surprised?
  • Arthur: Life is full of lemons, my lord. So long as they're not spoiled to the point of being deadly, one must make lemonade! HAHAHAHAHA!
  • Avatar: Haha, I guess you're right. Um, do let me know if that stomachache gets worse, OK?
  • Arthur: As you wish! Now let's see... What's next on my justice agenda...? Hm, I'm actually done for the day! Perhaps I'll turn in early to prepare for tomorrow.
  • Avatar: What are you doing tomorrow?
  • Arthur: I volunteered to help a nearby village with its fire drill!
  • Avatar: F-fire drill?!
  • Arthur: Yep! I'll be teaching them how to put out a wildfire. Should be fun!
  • Avatar: W-wildfire?! ... Um, Arthur... Could you do me a favor?
  • Arthur: Certainly! Your wish is my command!
  • Avatar: Before you do the fire drill, douse yourself in water from head to toe. Got it?
  • Arthur: Um...come again?
  • Avatar: I want you to completely soak yourself in water before you light any fires. Promise me you'll do that, OK? You won't forget?
  • Arthur: I must admit I find your request a little strange, but you have my word!

A Support Edit

  • Avatar: Hello, Arthur! How did the fire drill go?
  • Arthur: Lord Avatar! Just the person I was hoping to run into. As promised, I drenched myself in water before the drill. It was a huge success!
  • Avatar: Ah, thank goodness. I had a bad feeling something might happen with the wildfire. I'm so glad I said something.
  • Arthur: The wildfire? Whatever do you mean? This has nothing to do with the fire...
  • Avatar: No? Then why was soaking yourself in water a success?
  • Arthur: Well. we conducted our drill by the river. Safety first, as I always say! Remembering your advice, I went to the river's edge to jump in before we started... That's when I slipped on some mud and fell-face first into the water.
  • Avatar: ... I really shouldn't be surprised. But I'm still confused... How was the day a success?
  • Arthur: Allow me to finish! The river I fell into had some remarkably swift rapids. I pride myself on being the best swimmer in town, but it was too much for even me.
  • Avatar: Good grief. Go on...
  • Arthur: Well, unfortunately for me, I wasn't the only thing fighting the rapids that day. It rained heavily the night before, so the river was full rocks and broken branches. Every stroke was accompanied by searing pain. It really pushed my limits. However, I didn't lose heart! It's important to keep your cool in emergency situations. With the fury of a thousand sharks pulsing in my veins, I fought with all my might! Through sheer grit and determination, I somehow made it safely back to shore. All of the villagers gave a huge round of applause when I surfaced. They said it was even more exciting than a wildfire—best show they'd seen in years!
  • Avatar: *sigh*
  • Arthur: It's a mad world, Lord Avatar! One must always be vigilant. Without your advice, I would have never had the chance to test the waters, if you will. I value any chance to grow, so I will surely be coming to you for advice more often. I'm quite certain this marks the beginning of a beautiful friendship!
  • Avatar: Happy to help, Arthur... I guess. I'm just glad you're OK.
  • Arthur: I'm more than OK. I'm on top of the world! You really are my lucky star.
  • Avatar: Thanks... I think...

With Female Avatar Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Mmm, do you smell that, Avatar? It's the sweet smell of justice!
  • Avatar: I take it from your... exuberance that you just returned from a mission? Of justice?
  • Arthur: I received word that a group of ne'er-do-wells was on the attack. I've just disbanded their society of injustice and rescued the town they were terrorizing.
  • Avatar: Ne'er-do-wells, you say? Interesting. Was it a difficult battle?
  • Arthur: Not in the least! Whenever I stare evil in thee eye, evil always blinks first.
  • Avatar: Haha, that's great! Right? It sounds great. Just what I'd expect from the hero of Nohr. I really admire how you've devoted yourself to helping the helpless.
  • Arthur: You're too kind, my lady! But truly, it was no trouble at all.
  • Avatar: But your pants are covered in mud! They didn't hurt you, did they?
  • Arthur: Oh... that's actually unrelated. I was hit by a couple carriages on the way back.
  • Avatar: Huh?! You mean to say that two different carriages hit you in one day?
  • Arthur: And after that, the town's self-defense force mistook me for a thief. They chased me for a good... oh, I don't know, 10 miles?
  • Avatar: Gods, that's awful. You must have been born under a truly unlucky star.
  • Arthur: So they say. Oh! I'm sorry, but I must take my leave now. I promised to deliver some much-needed medicine for the village elderly today. Thank you for the chat, Avatar!
  • Avatar: What a character. I do hope he makes it through his delivery in one piece...

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Another day in the service of justice has been completed. Ahh, feels great!
  • Avatar: Hello, Arthur! May I ask what heroic deeds you performed to help people today?
  • Arthur: Today I was asked to help a charitable organization prepare for a banquet. I just got back, actually. It went swimmingly!
  • Avatar: That's wonderful! Good work, as always.
  • Arthur: Thank you! It was a new experience for me. I was asked to be a taste tester. The food I tried was unfortunately past its prime... My stomach feels pretty terrible. However, the dishes the other testers tried were fine. The banquet was a big success! And no one but myself has to endure this terrible stomach trauma, so I'm very happy.
  • Avatar: *sigh* Poor Arthur. Why am I not surprised?
  • Arthur: Life is full of lemons, my lady. So long as they're not spoiled to the point of being deadly, one must make lemonade! HAHAHAHAHA!
  • Avatar: Haha, I guess you're right. Um, do let me know if that stomachache gets worse, OK?
  • Arthur: As you wish! Now let's see... What's next on my justice agenda...? Hm, I'm actually done for the day! Perhaps I'll turn in early to prepare for tomorrow.
  • Avatar: What are you doing tomorrow?
  • Arthur: I volunteered to help a nearby village with its fire drill!
  • Avatar: F-fire drill?!
  • Arthur: Yep! I'll be teaching them how to put out a wildfire. Should be fun!
  • Avatar: W-wildfire?! ... Um, Arthur... Could you do me a favor?
  • Arthur: Certainly! Your wish is my command!
  • Avatar: Before you do the fire drill, douse yourself in water from head to toe. Got it?
  • Arthur: Um...come again?
  • Avatar: I want you to completely soak yourself in water before you light any fires. Promise me you'll do that, OK? You won't forget?
  • Arthur: I must admit I find your request a little strange, but you have my word!

A Support Edit

  • Avatar: Hello, Arthur! How did the fire drill go?
  • Arthur: Lady Avatar! Just the person I was hoping to run into. As promised, I drenched myself in water before the drill. It was a huge success!
  • Avatar: Ah, thank goodness. I had a bad feeling something might happen with the wildfire. I'm so glad I said something.
  • Arthur: The wildfire? Whatever do you mean? This has nothing to do with the fire...
  • Avatar: No? Then why was soaking yourself in water a success?
  • Arthur: Well, we conducted our drill by the river. Safety first, as I always say! Remembering your advice, I went to the river's edge to jump in before we started... That's when I slipped on some mud and fell face-first into the water.
  • Avatar: ... I really shouldn't be surprised. But I'm still confused... How was the day a success?
  • Arthur: Allow me to finish! The river I fell into had some remarkably swift rapids. I pride myself on being the best swimmer in town, but it was too much for even me.
  • Avatar: Good grief. Go on...
  • Arthur: Well, unfortunately for me, I wasn't the only thing fighting the rapids that day. It rained heavily the night before, so the river was full of rocks and broken branches. Every stroke was accompanied by searing pain. It really pushed my limits. However, I didn't lose heart! It's important to keep your cool in emergency situations. With the fury of a thousand sharks pulsing in my veins, I fought with all of my might! Through sheer grit and determination, I somehow made it safely back to shore. All of the villagers gave a huge round of applause when I surfaced. They said it was even more exciting than a wildfire—best show they'd seen in years!
  • Avatar: *sigh*
  • Arthur: It's a mad world, Lady Avatar! One must always be vigilant. Without your advice, I would have never had the chance to test the waters, if you will. I value any chance to grow, so I will surely be coming to you for advice more often. I'm quite certain this marks the beginning of a beautiful friendship!
  • Avatar: Happy to help, Arthur... I guess I'm just glad you're OK.
  • Arthur: I'm more than OK. I'm on top of the world! You really are my lucky star.
  • Avatar: Thanks... I think...

S Support Edit

  • Avatar: Hello, Arthur!
  • Arthur: Ah, Lady Avatar! Thank you for meeting me here tonight.
  • Avatar: No problem at all, but is something wrong? It's pretty late for a chat...
  • Arthur: I apologize for the late hour, milady. You'll understand when you see...
  • Avatar: See what?
  • Arthur: Here, follow me and I'll show you. ARGH!
  • Avatar: Arthur?! Are you OK?
  • Arthur: I-I'm fine. Thank you. Why would someone dig a hole here? It's...rude. Very rude. In any case, if you'll just give me a moment. Good gods, it's slippery in here... N-never fear, milady! I've never met a hole so deep I couldn't brute force my way out. It takes more than that to foil a proven force of justice like myself... HMPH! See! It was nothing.
  • Avatar: Thank goodness. For a moment I thought I might have to go in after you!
  • Arthur: Ehem, in any case... Here we are! Just around this corner here is the most breathtaking view you'll ever see. It will fill you with wonder and a sense of hope. It is quite simply divine! It's my... ...
  • Avatar: ...
  • Arthur: ... It's a bit foggy, isn't it?
  • Arthur: Indeed it is. I was told we'd have crystal clear skies tonight. Well, nothing can be done. At least we still have the stars above to...
  • Avatar: ...
  • Arthur: ...
  • Avatar: It's a rather cloudy night, isn't it? Cloudiest I've seen in ages.
  • Arthur: So it is, milady. It would seem Mother Nature is a mischievous lass. Well, nothing can be done. Suffice to say, the view would have been unforgettable. Ehem... Um... Lady Avatar... The truth is, there's a special reason I asked you here tonight. I was hoping...praying and hoping that you might consent to join your life with mine!
  • Avatar: Arthur...
  • Arthur: Please, let me finish! You inspire m heart even more than the quest for justice. Truly! I was hoping you would be my sidekick. Nay, my wife! My partner in this life...
  • Avatar: This is so sudden. I don't know what to say...
  • Arthur: Oh, wait a moment! I have a ring and everything. Here, open this box.
  • Avatar: Uh, Arthur? There's nothing in here...
  • Arthur: Wha?! The shopkeeper must have forgotten to put it back in after he polished it... I should have double-checked. Of all the times for my luck to plague me, why now?! *sigh* I can take a hint, life. If you'll excuse me, I have some gentle sobbing to do...
  • Avatar: Heeheeheee! HAHAHAHA!
  • Arthur: Lady Avatar... I'm sorry, but I fail to see the humor in this.
  • Avatar: Don't worry, Arthur. I don't need a ring or a pretty view to know what you're saying. I feel the same way. You're so kind and heroic, so intent on helping the helpless. Somewhere along the way... I kind of fell in love with you.
  • Arthur: Lady... I mean, Avatar! Do you really mean it?!
  • Avatar: Heehee, I do! And yes, I would be delighted to be your wife. Besides...
  • Arthur: Yes, darling?
  • Avatar: Well, if we're always together, I can keep an eye on you. Make sure you stay safe.
  • Arthur: Keep an eye on me? Whatever for? Do you think...I'm incompetent?
  • Avatar: What? No! Of course not! It's because... You know, because you're so handsome! You and that stylish "H" belt, heehee.
  • Arthur: ... The "H" stands for "hero." It reminds me to always act humbly and heroically. Thank you, darling Avatar. I can't wait to walk down the honorable road of justice with you at my side!
  • Avatar: I can't wait either!
  • Arthur: Your love is as sweet as the sweet, sweet smell of justice! I love you more than anything. But don't tell justice I said so.

With Azura Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: You are the ocean's gray waves... ♪ Destined to seek... Hmm mm mmm...
  • Arthur: ...
  • Azura: Argh! Is that you, Arthur?! It's not nice to eavesdrop on people. You should have said something.
  • Arthur: Oh... I'm... My apologies! Your lovely voice ensnared my sense of decency. ... So, um...
  • Azura: Did you want something?
  • Arthur: Just to say that it's been too long, Lady Azura.
  • Azura: Too long...since what? Sorry, I'm not quite sure what you mean by that.
  • Arthur: We met once before. Long ago when we were but children living in Nohr.
  • Azura: Really? Is that so? I'm very sorry, but I don't remember that at all.
  • Arthur: Fret not! It's only natural. After all, it was more than a decade ago. We were both young, silly children at the time.
  • Azura: I suppose so. My, I had no idea! Please share this lost memory with me sometime.
  • Arthur: I will! Most certainly! I shall be looking forward to it!

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Arthur! I've been looking for you. If you have a moment, would you mind continuing that story from the other day? That memory you mentioned about how you and I crossed paths long ago...
  • Arthur: Yes! Of course! It would be my pleasure. As I said before, it was over a decade ago. You were a doleful little girl at the time. You were in a remote part of town with your arms wrapped around your knees. I tried to comfort you, but you wouldn't say a word to me. Your face was wet with tears.
  • Azura: I'm not surprised. Back then I was bullied relentlessly by King Garon's subordinates. Whenever I couldn't take it anymore, I'd sneak out of the castle and hide in town.
  • Arthur: That explains a lot... I always wondered what made that tiny girl so very sad. I asked many questions. I wanted to help, to make you smile. But you stayed silent. Later that day, some people from the castle came looking for you. I'm not sure how I knew, but I had a feeling things would be bad for you if those people found you hiding and took you back. That's why I decided to tell them it was my fault. I said it was I who stole you away from the castle so they wouldn't punish you.
  • Azura: I... I don't know what to say... That kind boy... was YOU?
  • Arthur: Indeed it was. I'm pleased to hear that you remember our encounter after all.
  • Azura: Oh, but, Arthur, those awful men whipped you mercilessly for saying what you did...
  • Arthur: Ah hah hah, I suppose they did. I had forgotten that part. Honestly, it was nothing. I didn't remember it, so it couldn't have been that bad, right?
  • Azura: I can't believe that boy was you...
  • Arthur: I'm glad I finally told you. I'm happy to know you remember our first encounter.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Arthur! I've been looking all over for you. I... Well, actually, I was hoping you would tell me a bit more about yourself.
  • Arthur: R-really? You want to know more about me? I'm not sure where to begin...
  • Azura: Perhaps you could tell me about your childhood, if that's not too personal.
  • Arthur: There's not much to tell. My parents were commoners. Simple and honest. Almost since birth I've devoted my life to training, martial arts, and justice. I was fairly young when I was recruited as a soldier to help maintain order.
  • Azura: How did you know you wanted to be a soldier at such a young age?
  • Arthur: My parents certainly played a big part in that. Every day they'd tell me... "only the just can protect justice." Not a day goes by that I don't think of them.
  • Azura: That explains so much about the man you are today! A real-life hero.
  • Arthur: Haha, you're too kind! Honestly, I would say I'm more eccentric than heroic.
  • Azura: No, I disagree. You were brave even as a boy, saving me like you did. For that, I thank you, Arthur. From the bottom of my heart. I know many years have passed since then, but my gratitude is as sincere as ever.
  • Arthur: Please, think nothing of it!
  • Azura: Well, I hope to learn more and more about you from now on.
  • Arthur: And I you. If you ever feel like chatting, you know where to find me.

S Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Arthur! I hear you've been looking for me.
  • Arthur: Yes, indeed I have. Um, could you please take a seat?
  • Azura: Oh, of course.
  • Arthur: Lady Azura, music means a lot to you, does it not?
  • Azura: It means the world to me. My greatest joy is singing and listening to beautiful music.
  • Arthur: I'm glad to hear that... because I'm, um, I'd like to sing you a song right now.
  • Azura: Oh, that sounds... Wait, pardon? You're... going to sing for me?!
  • Arthur: I am. I mean, I'm not as gifted as you are, or gifted at all really, but I'm going to try...
  • Azura: I'm all ears, Arthur.
  • Arthur: Well then, hear goes nothing... *ahem* Long ago, a little boy met a girl, ♪ with the prettiest eyes in all the world... Sweet and strange, yet wet with tears, ♪ those eyes would haunt him all his years... He can never forget, however he tries, ♪ he'll remember her face until he dies... Love at first sight, but filled with regret, ♪ he swore to confess when next they met... Now she's here, the chance of his life, ♪ he's anxiously hoping she'll be his wife... ... That's... the end. Thank you.
  • Azura: Hahaha, that's very cute! My turn?
  • Arthur: Umm... Lady Azura?
  • Azura: What's wrong? ...Oh gosh, I'm so sorry. Is the little boy supposed to be... you?
  • Arthur: Well, um... You could say that. ...Argh, what a catastrophe! I should have known better than to sing like a loon. I probably should have simply fallen on one knee and given you the ring instead. I'm truly ashamed. Um, I'd like to disappear about now, if you'll excuse me...
  • Azura: Wait! Arthur, please don't go! Your song made me so happy.
  • Arthur: Really? Do you mean that?
  • Azura: I do! I can tell you put a lot of thought into it. It was so sweet. I loved it.
  • Arthur: Thank you, Lady Azura.
  • Azura: As you sang, all I could think of was the way you looked at me all those years ago. Dear Arthur, I'm so happy you've shared your feelings with me.
  • Arthur: Does that mean you...?
  • Azura: Yes, of course! I'm honored to be at the side of a true hero like you.
  • Arthur: You are? You will?! Thank you! I'm so happy, I don't know what to say!
  • Azura: Heehee, then you better write another song to tell me how you're feeling.
  • Arthur: ...Your teasing stings worse than a whiplash, milady.

With Felicia Edit

C Support Edit

  • Felicia: *siiiigh*
  • Arthur: Felicia! Speak candidly, my friend. What's troubling you?
  • Felicia: Oh... Hello, Arthur. I don't want to bother you with my silly problems.
  • Arthur: Nonsense! It is my duty and purpose in life to help the downtrodden. If I can't even help a companion in her time of need, what good am I?
  • Felicia: Oh! I didn't think of it that way! I suppose I have no choice but to accept your help. So... The thing is... I enjoy being a maid. I love it, in fact. But... Oh, Arthur, I'm just so awful at it! I'm so clumsy and forgetful! Sometimes I wonder if I'm not cut out to be a maid. *sigh*
  • Arthur: That's ridiculous. I'm certain you're overreacting.
  • Felicia: No, I'm really not. For instance, just the other day... I noticed Lord/Lady Avatar seemed a little down, so I made him/her some tea. But then... I tripped as I was carrying it over and poured it all over his/her lap! Lord/Lady Avatar is very kind, so he/she did [his/her] best to laugh it off... But I've been in agony ever since. And that's just one of many similar examples. It seems every time I try to do something good, my own clumsiness gets in the way!
  • Arthur: ...
  • Arthur: It's as though... you're reciting my most private of thoughts...
  • Felicia: Hm? What was that, Arthur?
  • Arthur: Ah! Nothing. It was nothing! Hmm...

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Felicia! Might I ask what you're doing?
  • Felicia: Hello, Arthur! I'm glad you came by for a chat, I'd like to thank you. It was awfully sweet of you to listen to me drone on and on the other day, I really—EEEK!!
  • Arthur: Felicia! Are you all right?!
  • Felicia: I...I'm fine. Sorry. I just tripped a little. And got water everywhere. Ugh. I know I'll always be clumsy, so I've been practicing tripping without spilling. It's not going so well...
  • Arthur: I see. I think I understand the exercise. May I help you train?
  • Felicia: Oh, are you sure you don't mind?
  • Arthur: Of course not! I will not rest until you have mastered your aim!
  • Felicia: Thank you so much! I really do appreciate it.
  • Arthur: It's all in the mind, my friend. If you believe you're going to spill, you undoubtedly will. It's best to be as carefree as possible and deal with obstacles as they raise. I've spilled an uncountable number of times, and tripped even more. I'm something of an expert by now!
  • Felicia: You? Really? I never would have guessed. You look so burly and capable, I mean...! Um, I just mean you don't look like the spilling type.
  • Arthur: Ha! Thank you, but looks can be deceiving. Now then, let me show you an example of mind over matter. I will now take this water to the other side of the room without fail. Here I go... ...
  • Felicia: Oh, Arthur! Watch out for that banana peel on the ground! What did that even come from?
  • Arthur: Not to worry, I spotted it too. See? Successfully avoided! Really, though... I don't think we even have any bananas in our food stock... If I didn't know better, I'd chalk its appearance up to my awful luck.
  • Felicia: Oh! Oh my! There's a swarm of mosquitoes swarming around your head now!
  • Arthur: Ah, indeed there is. I was certain mosquitoes can't even thrive in this region, yet there they are. This is... a prime opportunity to show you what I mean! I'm covered in bites, and I very badly want to set down this water to scratch... But I will not give in! See? My strength of will is all I need to carry on. I'll be... just... fine. There! I m-made it.
  • Felicia: Wow! You really are something else, Arthur. Here, let me try...

 A Support Edit

  • Arthur: Hello, Felicia!
  • Felicia: Hi, Arthur! Thank you again for your help the other day.
  • Arthur: Oh, no need to thank me for something like that. It was my pleasure!
  • Felicia: You really are amazing, Arthur. The way you handle yourself even though... How can I explain it...? It's as if the entire world is out to get you, but you never back down!
  • Arthur: The whole world, eh? I've, um, never thought of it that way before...
  • Felicia: Oh, but it's true! You're my hero! After witnessing the strength of your spirit in the face of adversity, I was inspired. I felt like I could take on the world too! ...That lasted about five minutes, until my next major spill. *sigh* It seems being inspired hasn't helped me fix my own faults. As much as it pains me, I think I'll be like this for the foreseeable future. I'm afraid I'll never be the caliber of maid Lord Avatar deserves.
  • Arthur: That's the wrong way to look at it, my friend. As long as you keep striving with all your heart, that is all you can ask of yourself.
  • Felicia: Thank you, but I'm not so sure...
  • Arthur: May I tell you a little story? Yesterday, I saw someone being swept away by a raging river. Naturally, I dove in after them. However, as luck would have it, a small boat passed by at that same moment.
  • Felicia: I'm not sure where you're going with this...
  • Arthur: Instead of gracefully landing in the water, I smacked my head on the boat. I was out cold for a solid minute, unable to help the person I was trying to save.
  • Felicia: Oh no! What happened to the drowning person?
  • Arthur: The gentleman in the boat saved him.
  • Felicia: Poor Arthur... It really is hard to be you, isn't it? Doesn't it discourage you when something like that happens?
  • Arthur: I was mortified at first, but then the person I was trying to save told me something... He said, "You're our hero, mister! Don't worry about a few mishaps here and there." "Just knowing you're around here looking after us all makes us all feel safer!"
  • Felicia: Did he really say that? Wow...
  • Arthur: He did. And now I'm saying the same thing to you, minus the "mister" part. Don't worry about a few mishaps here and there, Felicia. Just having your around makes us all feel so much better about things.
  • Felicia: Oh, Arthur... Do you really mean it?
  • Arthur: I would not lead you astray. It would be unjust! You're the kind of person who brings a sense of calm to those around you. This war weighs heavily on us all... I don't know what we'd do without you here to cheer us on. I'm certain Lord Avatar feels the same.
  • Felicia: Arthur... Thank you so much! From now on, I promise to try my best. I won't let myself get discouraged!
  • Arthur: That's the spirit! And for my part, I'll be here to help in any way I can. If you ever need to talk, or to train, I'm here for you.
  • Felicia: Ha ha, great! I'm here for you too!

With Mozu Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Hello, Mozu!
  • Mozu: Hey there. You're Arthur, yeah?
  • Arthur: Correct! I am Arthur of Nohr, seeker of justice and helper of the helpless! By the way, what brings you out here? I often train in this field, and I rarely ever see anyone out here.
  • Mozu: Well, I'm from a small village, and farming's kinda in my blood. I had a little spare time, so I thought I'd come out here and check the soil. If the soil's no good, the produce won't be any good either.
  • Arthur: Ah, I see. A noble cause indeed!
  • Mozu: You ever done any farming before, Arthur?
  • Arthur: I can't say I have... Though I did once save an elderly farmer from drowning.
  • Mozu: Ha, is that right? Good one, fella. Being a soldier is nice, but there's nothing like a well-plowed field at sunrise. People are just big animals, ya know. So being near the soil is soothing. Stuff you grow always tastes better than the stuff you buy too. It's a great life.
  • Arthur: Huh... I think I'm starting to understand what you see in it.
  • Mozu: Yeah? That's great. Now if you'll excuse me, I gotta work hard to get this soil up to snuff!

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Hello, Mozu!
  • Mozu: Heya, Arthur. How's it going?
  • Arthur: Well, ever since our talk, I've been thinking of ways I can help you with the soil. Fighting justice requires an able hobby, so healthy veggies are key! I don't know much about farming, but I DO have a body of steel! If you let me, I shall use said body to help you plow the fields.
  • Mozu: Welp, if you insist. There's the plow. Show me what you can do!
  • Arthur: Excellent! Here I go... Hmph! Hnng!
  • Mozu: Wow! You're pretty strong, aren't ya?
  • Arthur: You're too kind! It's because I train day and night in the pursuit of justice.
  • Mozu: Right. Still, strong or not, you're definitely an amateur.
  • Arthur: ...Pardon?
  • Mozu: You're going too far. You need to hold back a little, keep it even. Try doing it like this... See that? Just the right balance of form and strength. Give it a try.
  • Arthur: Like this?
  • Mozu: No, that's not it. More like THIS.
  • Arthur: Ahh, I see. Like so?
  • Mozu: You got it!
  • Arthur: Phew! Finally. This isn't as easy as you make it look.
  • Mozu: Not too shabby, Arthur. I think you've got some natural talent! You improved a lot with only a little bit of guidance. Nice work!
  • Arthur: Thank you, Mozu! That's good to hear. Now, on to the rest of the field! Hmpf! Hnng! Hahaha, this is exhilarating!

A Support Edit

  • Mozu: Huh?! The field is covered in...I'm pretty sure that's...
  • Arthur: Hello, Mozu. Please accept my apologies. This is all my fault.
  • Mozu: What are you talking about? 
  • Arthur: Well, I woke up early to come plow the field for you. For some inexplicable reason, a family of dragons followed be here. And...well...I did all I could, but I couldn't protect the field from their angry droppings.
  • Mozu: Ah. I see. Why were the dragons chasing after you, though?
  • Arthur: Alas, I am cursed with bad luck wherever I go, no matter how pure my intentions. Dragons especially like to take aim at me, or even bite me when I'm not looking. This time, your field took the brunt of the attack. I'm so sorry.
  • Mozu: That's crazy. Scary, even.
  • Arthur: Scary indeed.
  • Mozu: Even still, there's nothing to apologize for. If anything, this is helpful.
  • Arthur: Helpful?
  • Mozu: Sure! Dragon dung is high-quality fertilizer. People pay top dollar for it.
  • Arthur: Is it really?
  • Mozu: Yup! It has tons of nutrients and creates an ideal environment for produce to grow. I've always wanted to use it on my fields, but I could never afford it.
  • Arthur: I never would have guessed...
  • Mozu: You could call this field perfect now, Arthur. All thanks to you!
  • Arthur: I suppose...misfortune has turned into good fortune then.
  • Mozu: I'll say! Now I'll handle the rest. You go relax over there for a bit.
  • Arthur: Understood. I'll sit on the side so I'm out of the way.
  • Mozu: No way! That won't do at all. I need you right in the middle of the field here.
  • Arthur: Huh?
  • Mozu: Well, this is great, but the more fertilizer the better. I'm hoping you'll attract a few more dragons our way.
  • Arthur: I see. In that case, I'll be this field's scarecrow from now on.
  • Mozu: Perfect! We sure make a good team, buddy.

S Support Edit

  • Mozu: Heya, Arthur. What did you want to talk about?
  • Arthur: Well, I was hoping... we could plant this seedling together.
  • Mozu: Huh, lookit that. I've never seen a seedling like this before.
  • Arthur: It's quite special. You're the only one I'd want to plant this with.
  • Mozu: Sure thing. Let's get to it then.
  • Arthur: Wait! you can't just say yes so casually. I need you to give it some serious thought before you accept.
  • Mozu: Haha, you really are an amateur, aren't ya? Planting a little seedling isn't that big of a commitment.
  • Arthur: ...
  • Mozu: Arthur, Are you OKAY?
  • Arthur: It's just... This isn't just any seedling. It's from a very special plant. If planted by two people in love, they say it ensures eternal happiness.
  • Mozu: Did you say...love?
  • Arthur: Yes. In other words, it's meant to be planted by...a husband and his wife.
  • Mozu: ... Wh-what're you saying? I'm so confused...
  • Arthur: Apologies. I know I sound crazy. I'll just go ahead and say it... Mozu... Nothing would make me happier than to have you as my wife. That's why I bought this seedling...and this ring. I bought them for you.
  • Mozu: Marriage, eh? But I...
  • Arthur: I understand if I'm moving too fast. You don't have to answer me now. But I'm hoping...we could at least plant a seed and watch it grow... I want to form a family with you—one with strong roots and...um... Other farming metaphors. Look, basically I just love you!
  • Mozu: A family...with you? Arthur, you don;t know how happy it makes me to hear you say that. I don't have a family anymore, as you know... So starting a new one with you sounds simply perfect. I happily accept your ring, and this sweet little seedling.
  • Arthur: R-Really?
  • Mozu: Yup. Besides, you're a right catch with you're special ability and all.
  • Arthur: My ability?
  • Mozu: Sure! You have the weird power to attract dragons and make 'em empty their guts. It's great for the fields, but we could also make a killing selling the stuff! It'll be smooth sailing well into our golden years!
  • Arthur: Hahaha, I'm happy my bad luck brings you joy, in some weird way. That life sounds perfect. Thank you, Mozu. From now on, I shall dedicate all my days to your happiness...and also to justice.
  • Mozu: Wahoo! Count me in!

With Camilla Edit

C Support Edit

  • Camilla: *sigh*
  • Arthur: Lady Camilla? What's the matter? No, wait, don't tell me. You're upset! About...something.
  • Camilla: Gee, how'd you know?
  • Arthur: Oh ho! I can detect even the most subtle emotional cues. Now then, what troubles you, milady? And how may I be of assistance?
  • Camilla: It's Avatar, if you must know.
  • Arthur: Your brother/sister, Lord/Lady Avatar? Aren't you two rather close?
  • Camilla: That's just it. I am overflowing with love for Avatar.
  • Arthur: Ah. A medical condition. Fear not, I'll rush a message to the local apothecary...
  • Camilla: No, Arthur, you don't understand. I constantly remind Avatar how much I love her, but it's still not enough.
  • Arthur: Hmm. This is a tricky situation, but I believe I can help.
  • Camilla: At this point, I'm willing to try anything.
  • Arthur: Very well! I'm off to proclaim your love to Lord/Lady Avatar!
  • Camilla: Hold it! This is a delicate situation...You'll have to choose your words carefully. Or rather, I'll have to choose them carefully...
  • Arthur: Splendid. Consider me a sweet-nothing delivery system—at your service!
  • Camilla: Excellent! So, here's what I'd like you to say to her...

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Good day, Lady Camilla. I have terrific news to report.
  • Camilla: Oh? Did you relay my message to Avatar? What did she say?
  • Arthur: Indeed. And I'm afraid I have bad news.
  • Camilla: But I thought you just said you had terrific news?!
  • Arthur: Oh ho! I can see how that would be confusing. The good news was that I completed the mission! The bad news is that I failed miserably.
  • Camilla: Ugh. Fine, let me hear it.
  • Arthur: With pleasure! To begin, I decided to relay your message to Lord/Lady Avatar in the evening. So as not to disturb her busy daytime schedule, of course. Additionally, I thought it prudent to whisper underneath her doorframe.
  • Camilla: What in Nohr would compel you to deliver my message like that?!
  • Arthur: Well, I thought it would be considerate to avoid disrupting her bedtime routine. In any case, I received a strange and vaguely threatening reply. "STOP IT!"
  • Camilla: I see...
  • Arthur: Please don't cry, Lady Camilla. I'm sure Lord/Lady Avatar had a good reason for replying in that manner.
  • Camilla: Wait a second. If you were simply whispering under a door...Did you actually see Avatar? Because he/she has recently been asked to switch rooms for security reasons.
  • Arthur: I...I was unaware of this.
  • Camilla: So there's a chance you were speaking to the wrong person!
  • Arthur: Oh ho! Based on this new information . I'd estimate close to a 100 percent chance. In fact, thinking back now...I believe I heard someone singing. If my ears are as sharp as my wits, I would have to say it was Lady Azura's voice. I do apologize, milady. It appears I have done you a great disservice.
  • Camilla: It's OK, Arthur. Everyone makes mistakes. You just make... a LOT of them.
  • Arthur: Please, allow me to make it up to you. Give me another chance to help.
  • Camilla: Very well...
  • Arthur: Thank you very much. I shall redeem myself with gusto.

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: Lady Camilla...I've completed my mission.
  • Camilla: I am mildly terrified to hear the results...but please, go on.
  • Arthur: Certainly. And rest assured, I will be completely unambiguous in my report. I have utterly failed.
  • Camilla: Ugh. Let's hear the grisly details.
  • Arthur: As you wish, milady. My first order of business was to clear things up with Lady Azura. Fortune smiled upon me, however, as I found her walking with Lord/Lady Avatar! So, seeking to catch two fish with one worm, as I believe the saying goes...I first approached Lady Azura with a sincere apology. Strangely, she didn't acknowledge our previous encounter in any way. Next, I stood square in front of Lord/lady Avatar and proclaimed your love! Well, he/she gave me a very strange look indeed...
  • Camilla: And?
  • Arthur: And...that's when she shouted. "It was you!"
  • Camilla: And?
  • Arthur: And...that's when I took the opportunity to run away at full speed.
  • Camilla: Well, it does sound like you failed, but something about your story doesn't add up.
  • Arthur: Hmm. I can't imagine why. Did I mention the part where I was struck by a carriage on my way to the encounter?
  • Camilla: You most certainly did not! Did it strike you in the head, Arthur?
  • Arthur: Oh, yes! Not once, not twice, not thrice, but FOUR times!
  • Camilla: Four time?! How is that even possible? Are you sure it was only one carriage?
  • Arthur: I'm not sure of anything anymore...
  • Camilla: My poor Arthur. You may not have failed quite as completely as you think.
  • Arthur: How so?
  • Camilla: Don't you see? In your confusion, you must have mistaken Avatar for Lady Azura!
  • Arthur: Yes, that would explain certain...things. I'm so terribly sorry to have bungled this simple task yet again, Lady Camilla. How can I ever make it up to you?
  • Camilla: It's alright Arthur. Don't be too hard on yourself. From what I've heard, you aren't the luckiest fellow in our kingdom. And yet it seems you never back down from a challenge. That's an admirable quality.
  • Arthur: Lady Camilla, you're too kind. Now, if I might have one more opportunity to redeem myself...
  • Camilla: Sorry, I'm not THAT kind.

S Support Edit

  • Arthur: Ah, Lady Camilla. Thank you for meeting with me.
  • Camilla: Hello, Arthur. I'm happy to meet with you, but if this is about Avatar...You needn't worry.
  • Arthur: No, this isn't about Lord/Lady Avatar. This is about US, milady.
  • Camilla: Us? Like, you and me?
  • Arthur: Yes. Despite my failings, you have treated me with such kindness. I know we are worlds apart, and I would sooner have luck touching the stars...But as they say, something ventured, some other thing gained...Will you marry me?
  • Camilla: Arthur, did any carriages strike you on the way here today?
  • Arthur: Pardon me?
  • Camilla: Take a close look at my face. You are speaking with Lady Camilla. Are you aware of that?
  • Arthur: Oh ho! But of course! Who else would you be?
  • Camilla: Sorry, I just had to check.
  • Arthur: So...I take it that's a no?
  • Camilla: Oh, no, no. It's a yes!
  • Arthur: But...you said "no" twice. Um...
  • Camilla: Yes, yes, yes! It's a yes, Arthur! You have the worst luck out of anyone I've ever met, and yet...I'm drawn to your faithfulness and your earnest nature.
  • Arthur: Oh ho! Terrific! There's just one thing. I had a rather striking ring picked out...But on the way over here—
  • Camilla: Stop. I don't even want to know about it. I'm just glad you made it here in one piece.

With Elise Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: I am coming, Lady Elise! Your loyal Arthur rides to the rescue! Stay your fearful heart! *pant**pant* A thousand apologies, milady. I did not mean to keep you waiting. To think, if you had been accosted by thugs and it took me so long to reach you...
  • Elise: Oh, no! Don't worry, Arthur. It's nothing like that. I just had a question i wanted to ask you.
  • Arthur: Ah. Well, I am a man of little learning, but if i can help, please, ask away.
  • Elise: You're a man of justice, right, Arthur? So I was wondering... Is there anything you wouldn't do to help someone in trouble?
  • Arthur: No! I would stop at nothing to save even a single person from harm, milady. If a milk lady lost a child, I'd scour the entire globe for that li'l babe! If an old man could no longer walk, I myself would serve as his legs as long as need be!
  • Elise: Wow! So cool...
  • Arthur: If someone sobbed a single sob, I would tickle them until they smiled! If i saw a fight, I would break it up, but not before I brought their hands together. This time in the loving clasp of friendship, rather than a deadly grapple of war! Er...I suppose i needn't go on. You get the idea. I am who I've always been: Destroyer of Evil, Champion of the Weak! I am Arthur! The Hero of Justice!
  • Elise: Wow! You sound so gallant! Is there anything you can't do?
  • Arthur: Not a thing in the world, milady!
  • Elise: Jeez, Arthur, you're amazing! You're not just a hero! You're like an-an... ultrahero!
  • Arthur: Oh ho! You flatter me too much, my liege. Now, why did you ask me all this? Is there something that ails you? If anything troubles you, I vow right now to vanquish it for you, right in it's evil face!
  • Elise: Really? Well, Arthur, actually...I......I...um...never mind.
  • Arthur: What? Lady Elise, I beg of you, if there is anything at all, you must tell me. I have sworn to aid you in all things. You know this.
  • Elise: Haha. Yeah, I know. Sorry. Pretend you didn't hear anything. There are some things even an ultrahero of justice can't do...So...ah...um... See ya!
  • Arthur: By my leather loin-protector, that girl can be a mystery sometimes...

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Greetings!
  • Elise: Hey, Arthur. What's eating you?
  • Arthur: It's about the last time we talked. Would it be all right if I asked you what you were going to say? I am your loyal servant, milady. I would jump into a raging grease fire if you wished it. In fact, I would sit and roll around in one for you! Nay, I'd throw myself off a cliff, wailing and bare as a darling babe, into one for you! My oiled skin glistening in the aestival air as I plunged into the fiery pit below—
  • Elise: Ah! That won't be necessary! I promise! That will never, ever be necessary. But...what I was thinking of when I said that...it might be hard, even for you.
  • Arthur: I suspected as much; you've been acting very strangely these days. But I have come prepared. Please, anything you need, I shall perform.
  • Elise: Well...OK. You asked for it. What I wanted to ask you... It's about Lord Xander.
  • Arthur: About Lord Xander?
  • Elise: Yes, I was hoping you could make Xander...
  • Arthur: Y...yes?
  • Elise: I was wondering if you could make him smile!
  • Arthur: Oh, thank the gods. I thought you were going to say "a corpse!" Ha ha! What a hilarious misunderstanding!
  • Elise: Huh?
  • Arthur: Er, n-nothing, my lady. It's not so funny now that I think about it...
  • Elise: Oh! I get it. You're worried about how you're gonna do it! See? I told ya! I knew it would be tough even for the famous Arthur!
  • Arthur: N-n-no! Of course not! Ha! Nothing is too tough in my book! Especially not if it means helping someone!
  • Elise: ...It's OK, Arthur. You don't have to lie for my sake.
  • Arthur: I-I-I—I'm not lying! I'm going! Right now! To do it! You'll see! ONWARD! *Arthur leaves*
  • Elise: Wha—He's going NOW?!

(Transition)

  • Arthur: Lady Elise! I have returned.
  • Elise: Arthur! That was...so...quick. How did it go?
  • Arthur: Splendidly! While I was with Lord Xander, he didn't stop laughing for a second!
  • Elise: Really?! How did you do it?
  • Arthur: Well, I found Lord Xander at the top of a hill, so I charged up it as fast as I could! But, wouldn't you know it, I tripped! Right as I reached the crest. Tumbled the whole way down again. Ha-ha! It was quite the sight, I assure you. I don't think I've sever seen the prince laugh so hard in his life!
  • Elise: Oh. That wasn't quite the kind of smile I was hoping for...
  • Arthur: I...I suspected as much. But one hopes.
  • Elise: Oh well. Maybe it's impossible. There are things even a miracle couldn't fix... But thanks anyways, Arthur. *Elise leaves*
  • Arthur: Lady Elise...

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: Milady! I went to Lord Xander—without tripping, this time—and spoke with him.
  • Elise: Really?!
  • Arthur: Aye, I did! And i told him, straight out, that it's ill for him to always look so grim. Dourness little profits a king, I said! He must show his people he is human! For the future of Nohr, I suggested he might do well to smile now and then.
  • Elise: Wow! That's great, Arthur! And he listened? What'd he say?
  • Arthur: He laughed.
  • Elise: He what?
  • Arthur: Well, it was more of a scoff, really.
  • Elise: ...
  • Arthur: I guess you could say, if you were so inclined...that he was laughing...*ahem*..At me.
  • Elise: ...
  • Arthur: I-I'd had a sudden urge to...empty my bladder, you see, while we were talking... So I was holding myself and...dancing... a little bit as I spoke. The pain was almost unendurable. But not more so than the thought of giving up. I would never willingly disappoint you, my lady.
  • Elise: Oh, Arthur. I hope you get well soon. *sigh* I figured something would go wrong. Thanks, though. You did your best. That's all i can ask...
  • Arthur: Milady—
  • Elise: It's just...before...Xander used to be so much happier. He enjoyed playing and joking around with me, but since the war began... He still smiles, of course, but it's never like before. That's why I asked for your help... I just want him to be like he was. Happy. I don't want him to worry so much...
  • Arthur: Lady Elise......I understand. Let me handle this.
  • Elise: No, it's OK. What I want is impossible. Xander is going to be king soon. I'm sure he has many things to worry about. Things i probably couldn't even imagine.
  • Arthur: With all due respect, I disagree. It is NOT impossible. I am Arthur, the Hero of Justice! And, I might add, your loyal retainer. I exist to serve you and the throne of Nohr, and that I shall do if it kills me! Perhaps it will take some time, but I will do this for you someday. I promise.
  • Elise: Arthur...thank you. Just hearing you say that makes me feel OK again. I knew I could count on you!
  • Arthur: My lady... I do not deserve such kindness.

S Support Edit

  • Arthur: Ah, there you are! I thank you for coming.
  • Elise: What's wrong? Is it about Xander?
  • Arthur: No, not exactly...but it's not entirely unrelated either.
  • Elise: Oh? 'Cause I wanted to tell you not to worry about the favor I asked you for. You know, the thing about getting Xander to smile. 'Cause...it's probably just my fault anyway.
  • Arthur: What? Don't say such things! You could never make Lord Xander sad!
  • Elise: Not like that, Arthur. I don't mean I'm the reason he never smiles. I just mean that I might have been hoping for something silly. I always thought of him as my own personal hero. You know, like how some girls think of their dads. Except i never felt that way about ours since he's..well, our father. When things got rough, though, I could always rely on Xander. And, it's true, he always smiled then, and he used to laugh so much. But sometimes people have to change to become who they're destined to be. He's had to shoulder so much...there's no way he could stay the boy he was. And if he did, he wouldn't be the man we needed to lead us.
  • Arthur: Lady Elise...
  • Elise: I think I was just feeling nostalgic. I was only sad because I couldn't play with him like I used to anymore. It's my problem. Not his. He's not just MY hero now. He's everyone's.
  • Arthur: A hero, eh? So what would your ideal personal hero look like?
  • Elise: Huh?
  • Arthur: When you imagine the perfect hero, what is he like?
  • Elise: The perfect hero? Huh. That's hard...Well, I guess they'd be a lot like you, Arthur.
  • Arthur: Wha?
  • Elise: You're a kind and loyal person. AND you're a Hero of Justice, right? Plus I bet you'd make a great father! I can see it now! With kids crawling up and down ya, and your wife hugging your side. It's perfect! Whoever you marry, Arthur...she'll be a very lucky woman. I'm sure of it.
  • Arthur: Oh, Lady Elise...
  • Elise: Wh-what's wrong?
  • Arthur: Nothing. I'm just so happy you said that. Because I came here to tell you something. Something very related to what you just said.
  • Elise: Huh?
  • Arthur: My lady, you are the most easygoing and carefree woman I have ever met. Just seeing you unburdens my heart of all its troubles. You are truly one of a kind. And it is this unique quality of yours that compels me to protect you. And it is this unique quality of yours that compels me to protect you. Not duty or justice, but only that I could not bear to live in a world without you. So, please, if you think I am worthy...will you accept this ring?
  • Elise: WH-WHAT?
  • Arthur: Will you marry me, Lady Elise?
  • Elise: I-I don't know what to say.
  • Arthur: ...I understand. It makes sense that you would be hesitant to accept. Even if you do love me, I am not your peer. A princess should marry a prince, no? Otherwise... the nobility will get to talking. It could cause a scandal. So, please, think on it, and take your time. Only do this if it is truly what you want.
  • Elise: Oh, Arthur. I love you. But it's not the nobles I'm worried about. It's Xander... I feel like he's not going to be too happy about this.
  • Arthur: You need not worry, milady. I will tell Lord Xander the news myself. And I will work every day until he smiles to think of our marriage. A real smile this time! Not his normal laughing-at-Arthur smile!
  • Elise: Well when you put it like that, I guess I have to say yes! Teehee. So, here goes. Arthur... I do!

With Peri Edit

C Support Edit

  • Peri: It's just not FAIR!! *sob*
  • Arthur: Peri! My fellow friend of justice, whatever is the matter? Arthur is here, so have no fear! Nor tears! Nor anything remotely objectionable!
  • Peri: *sniff* *hiccup* Oh... Hi, Arthur. Life's just not fair, is it? *sob*
  • Arthur: I'll give you that Lady Justice can be a cruel mistress, but I wouldn't go that far. Please, Peri! Gather your strength, and together we'll figure this out. Now then, tell me what's troubling you. I'm all ears!
  • Peri: *sniffle* Do you mean it? You'll hear me out?
  • Arthur: Of course! Please calm down and tell me your woes. I swear to make it right!
  • Peri: Oh, well... I'm just... I'm in agony...
  • Arthur: Agony, you say? By the gods! Are you ill, my friend? Shall I fetch a healer?
  • Peri: No, it's not that. It's just... I ordered a new stabbing stick. This real nice blade I saw in town. I had it delivered, but this one isn't nearly as sharp as the one on display! Now... *sniffle* Now I want to go demand my money back... But I don't have a sufficient stabbing stick for the occasion!! See my dilemma?
  • Arthur: Ah, yes. A shady merchant misled you, and now you're left to pick up the pieces. Outrageous! Scandalous! This simply will not do, my friend!
  • Peri: Isn't it awful? I suppose I could just...talk it out with them. But...but... *SOB*
  • Arthur: That tears it. Hand me that blade, Peri. I'll be right back.
  • Peri: You mean...you're gonna take care of the stabbing for me?
  • Arthur: I shall ensure you receive the caliber of goods you paid for, yes. Though I very much doubt any stabbing will be involved. Stay strong, Peri! I shall return in the blink of an eye!
  • Peri: Thank you, Arthur! You're the best! ...Don't hesitate to stab stuff if push comes to shove, 'kay?

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Peri! I have returned from my mission. Here is the blade that misguided merchant wooed you with.
  • Peri: Woo! Thanks, Arthur! Wait, what the... Are you kidding me?!
  • Arthur: Hm? What's wrong, Peri?
  • Peri: This isn't the right blade at all! This one's so small and dull! Yick! I could barely skin a fruit with this, much less a person! I knew it was too good to be true... *sniffle* I've just learned a valuable lesson about life and trusting people. Thank you, Arthur.
  • Arthur: I...I'm very sorry, Peri. The merchant must have been confused. I'll go right now and get you the right item.
  • Peri: It's too late for that, Arthur. I can't let this man's behavior continue unpunished. This new blade is small...but it's good enough for what I have in mind.
  • Arthur: Um...Peri? What exactly are you planning?
  • Peri: Oh, just a little stabby stabby party! HEEHEE!!
  • Arthur: Y-you can't do that! Please, give me another chance. I won't fail you this time!
  • Peri: Oh, are you sure? I really don't mind going myself this time...
  • Arthur: No! Stay! Please!! I mean...it would be my pleasure. Now, why don't you draw me a quick sketch of the exact blade you're looking for.
  • Peri: OK... It looks... Yeah, like this.
  • Arthur: Ah, yes, I believe I saw that one. Consider it done, my friend!

(Arthur leaves)

  • Peri: Okey doke! Bye-bye!!

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: Peri! Where are you, my friend? I have returned victorious! If I'm not mistaken, THIS is the blade you've been pining after.
  • Peri: This is... perfect! Wow, it's even more stabby than I remembered! Thank you so much, Arthur!
  • Arthur: Phew! I'm so happy I guessed correctly.
  • Peri: Wait... What do you mean you "guessed correctly"? What about that picture I drew?
  • Arthur: Oh! Right. Well, the thing is... Actually, to be honest, my bad luck got the best of me again. While I was in town, I leaned down to pick up a lucky coin from the ground... That's when a squirrel jumped in my pocket and grabbed your picture! I pursued him for a block or two, but then I tripped on some bushes...and...well... I'm just happy I picked up the right blade, haha.
  • Peri: But I still don't get it... How did you know this was the right one without the picture?
  • Arthur: ... Honestly, I held every one in my grasp and tried to imagine which you'd like best.
  • Peri: Wow... That doesn't make too much sense to me, but it's pretty impressive!
  • Arthur: Oh no, it was nothing.
  • Peri: I guess... Maybe some things CAN be solved without stabbing. Sometimes. I mean, I'm sure it's still rare, but... it happens! Thank you for teaching me that, Arthur. You're good people.
  • Arthur: Thank you, Peri! You are as well!

S Support Edit

  • Arthur: Ah, Peri. Thank you for joining me.
  • Peri: ...
  • Arthur: Peri?
  • Peri: *sob*
  • Arthur: Peri! What's wrong now?!
  • Peri: It's just... I'm in agony... Again...
  • Arthur: Oh! Gods! Is something the matter with your new blade?! Honestly, at this point, it might be wise to patronize a new vendor...
  • Peri: It's not that! Geez! I just... Whenever I think about you... my heart hurts. It's weird!
  • Arthur: Truly, Peri? ... My friend, I think I know the cause of your ailment. That's because...I feel the same way.
  • Peri: Huh? Really? Are you in agony too?
  • Arthur: I am. Whenever I think of you, my heart is filled with...both joy and pain. It's not dissimilar to how I feel when I think of sweet justice! I've discussed this feeling with a few of our friends. They all said the same thing. They say this feeling... Oh, Peri... They say it's love.
  • Peri: Love?!
  • Arthur: Yes... So they say. The more I thought about it, the more I knew it was true. I can't tell you how happy it makes me to hear you feel the same.
  • Peri: But...I don't know anything about love! I'm mostly just good at stabbing...
  • Arthur: I, too, am new to this world. But perhaps, we can learn together. In fact... Peri... Will you marry me?
  • Peri: HUH?! M-marriage?! Are you nuts?
  • Arthur: Yes! I mean... Well, no. I'm just following my heart. In fact... I bought this ring for you, in case the right moment ever presented itself.
  • Peri: Holy smokes! That's...really pretty! Looks like it would do some real damage too!
  • Arthur: Here, try it on. I did some detective work and found out your ring size. It should fit perfectly!
  • Peri: You're right! It's perfect!
  • Arthur: Wondrous!
  • Peri: Oh, but... Erm...
  • Arthur: What is it, my love? Please, we mustn't keep anything from each other!
  • Peri: It's just...I think... Yep, I'm definitely having an allergic reaction. Are you sure this is real gold?
  • Arthur: ...!! Gods, curse my bad luck! I should have known that deal was too good to be true! Please forgive me, Peri! I swear, I had no idea!
  • Peri: No, it's no big deal. All I care about is that we're gonna... Ya know, figure out about love and junk. Together!
  • Arthur: I could not have said it more beautifully! Thank you, my love.
  • Peri: No problem! Oh, and I love you too! Now if you'll excuse me, I have a shady ring merchant to punish.

(Peri leaves)

  • Arthur: Sure thing, my love! Good-bye! Wait, did she say...? PERI, NO!!

With Selena Edit

C Support Edit

  • Selena: Hey, Arthur! You're one of those jack-of- all-trades types, right?
  • Arthur: Hm? To be honest, I've never really thought of myself like that... If anything, I am a man of justice. Standing tall in the face of evil... Protecting all that is good and pure in the world, fighting boldly against—
  • Selena: Whoa, slow down! You seem to be operating under the misconception that I care about all that. Look, I like to think of you as a jack-of-all- trades, so that's what you are. Got it?
  • Arthur: Er, as you wish...
  • Selena: Now then, I heard you're not getting as many requests for help recently.
  • Arthur: It's true. Lately people have even been refusing my offers of heroism.
  • Selena: I see. Look, Arthur. What you do for people is admirable. It really is. Your problem is, you've got supremely bad luck. That's why folks don't want your help. I hit the nail on the head, didn't I?
  • Arthur: Well... I suppose so.
  • Selena: Don't get all depressed. I'm not just here to tear you down. I'm also here to help! I'm sick of seeing such a heroic jack-of-all- trades type held back by bad luck. There must be a million ways of curing you. We'll find one together.
  • Arthur: Really? You think there's hope for a poor, unfortunate justice seeker like myself?
  • Selena: I do. All I ask in return is that you come shopping with me whenever I want. I love shopping, but I hate carrying all my heavy bags around. It's a pain. So, do we have a deal?
  • Arthur: I will gladly accept your offer.
  • Selena: Great! It's settled. Now that we're a team, we should think of a good team name... Let's see here... How about... the SelenArthur Alliance?!
  • Arthur: The...what now?
  • Selena: It's perfect, isn't it?! So begin the exciting adventures of the SelenArthur Alliance!

B Support Edit

  • Selena: Woo! Shopping was a blast!
  • Arthur: You certainly bought more than expected. What exactly do you plan to do with all these fish?
  • Selena: What am I going to do? Eat them, of course! Don't ask such stupid questions, Member B.
  • Arthur: Member...B? Is that what you just called me?
  • Selena: Yep. After all, you're Member B of the SelenArthur Alliance. So, B, lemme ask you... Have you been experiencing any bad luck today?
  • Arthur: Hrm... Now that you mention it, things haven't been all peaches and sidekicks... Not long ago, you see, I went to buy a new blade from one of the local merchants... And on my way back, I helped a man whose cart full of vegetables had toppled over. But when I got home, I realized my blade was gone—replaced by a giant radish!
  • Selena: Your sword turned into a giant radish?
  • Arthur: Er... Sure. Something like that. The switch must have occurred while I was helping that man with his cart!
  • Selena: Wow. Your luck is even worse than I thought. I won't forgive you if my fish stash turns into radishes. Understood?
  • Arthur: Um, surely.
  • Selena: Hm? Wait a minute... Is that...? It's a runaway cart! Carts are mortal enemies of the SelenArthur Alliance! Run away, B! Run away as fast as you can!
  • Arthur: Running! *pant...pant...*
  • Selena: ... Huh? Oh, the cart just went right by without causing trouble. That's kind of a letdown, actually.
  • Arthur: Selena! Can you hear me? Those clouds above look rather suspicious. I'll keep running, though... *pant...pant...*
  • Selena: He's right. The sky got all black and ominous all of a sudden...
  • Arthur: Arrrggggghhhhhh!!
  • Selena: HUH?! Was he just...struck by lightning?! B, are you OK?! BEEEEEEEE!!

A Support Edit

  • Selena: Phew! Another fun shopping trip. I'm still a little spooked from the other day, though. I can't believe you survived that. I was so confused about those storm clouds showing up so fast... I didn't even have time to give you any advice to stop the bad luck!
  • Arthur: True, but at least those fish I was holding for you were charred to perfection. They were rather tasty.
  • Selena: Yeah, they were really good. Still... No more getting struck by lightning, OK? That was scary, and it ruined my mood. Today I bought clothes, and I don't want those to be charred too.
  • Arthur: I wouldn't enjoy that either.
  • Selena: Huh?! B, look! It's another runaway cart! Run, B! It's headed straight for you! Straight for my new clothes!
  • Arthur: Got it! Here I go!
  • Selena: ... Heh, my mistake. That one just came and went too. Wow, I'm a really bad judge of cart character.
  • Arthur: Look to the sky, Selena! It's a flock of dragons! Watch out for droppings.
  • Selena: Yuck! That's not funny, B! Clothes covered in dragon business is no laughing matter. ... Oh, good... The dragons flew right by. I'm on edge today. A new enemy of the SelenArthur Alliance could be anywhere!
  • Arthur: Selena! I'm going to run back now. Clouds seem to be gathering once more...
  • Selena: Wait, what?! Not again!
  • Arthur: ... I'm back. No lightning today, Selena. Just torrential rain.
  • Selena: Ugh, this is awful. All of my new clothes are soaking wet! I'm sorry, B, but there really might be no cure for luck as bad as yours. I give up... The SelenArthur Alliance is finished!
  • Arthur: I'm sorry, Selena. I should have warned you that I'm a hopeless case.
  • Selena: Hey... You're being a little hard on yourself. It's not all bad. Look! The clothes that got all wet... I was worried they were too bright. But some of the dye has washed away with the rain. Now they're perfect!
  • Arthur: I suppose... All's well that ends well? Is that right, A?
  • Selena: Maybe so, B. Maybe so... Come to think of it, I feel like my presence kind of neutralizes your bad luck. We'd better continue the Alliance after all. No need to thank me. So... See you tomorrow, then?
  • Arthur: Certainly! I'll see you tomorrow! ...Thank you, Selena.

S Support Edit

  • Arthur: Hello, Selena! Erm, I mean... Hi, A! Ready to go shopping?
  • Selena: Thanks for coming, B. I mean... *sigh* No shopping today, Arthur. We need to talk.
  • Arthur: Uh-oh. If you're calling me by my proper name, does that mean...?
  • Selena: I'm afraid so. The Alliance is finished. For real this time.
  • Arthur: I see... How regrettable. I rather enjoyed having someone to confront my bad luck with.
  • Selena: Oh, well, I fully intend to keep helping you with your bad luck. It's just—
  • Arthur: No, please, don't bother. If you want to disband the Alliance, I respect that. It can't have been fun for you, being with a nuisance like me all the time...
  • Selena: That's not it at all. The Alliance is finished, but only because I want to start a new alliance. Maybe...we could stick together as husband and wife instead...
  • Arthur: ...
  • Selena: I mean...I know that's skipping a few steps. I just... Sorry... I, um...
  • Arthur: ...
  • Selena: Look, forget I said anything! Maybe we could just get some tea to start?
  • Arthur: ...
  • Selena: ... Just say something already! The silence is killing me! It took me a long time to summon up the courage to say that, you know!
  • Arthur: I'm sorry, Selena... I'm just in shock! Do you truly mean it?
  • Selena: Of course I do! Do you really think I'd propose as a joke? I'm not a monster!
  • Arthur: Fair enough. But...are you sure that's really what you want? I'm not sure I'm good enough for you. I'm nothing but trouble and bad luck... Well, and justice too. But not without a fair helping of trouble and bad luck.
  • Selena: It may seem like trouble for you, but for me it's not so bad. I...I kind of like looking after you.
  • Arthur: You do? I never dared to hope... In that case, I suppose I can give you this without hesitation.
  • Selena: Huh?! This is an engagement ring!
  • Arthur: I bought it when I realized I'd fallen for you. Though to be honest, I never thought you'd ever really be mine. I've been in agony... Wondering if I should tell you or keep my feelings inside.
  • Selena: I don't believe it... Why didn't you say something sooner?!
  • Arthur: You seem angry...
  • Selena: Well, it's frustrating! I went out on a limb not knowing how you felt.
  • Arthur: All's well that ends well...right?
  • Selena: No! I mean...I guess, but... From now on, don't you ever keep anything that important from me again. Promise?
  • Arthur: Ha ha, I swear on sweet Lady Justice, I shall be an open book from now on.
  • Selena: Well... I guess I can find it in my heart to forgive you then. Thank you, Arthur. From now on, I'm sure my days will be full of surprises.
  • Arthur: There is never a dull moment in the pursuit of justice! Now then...shall we go shopping? I believe you have a dress to buy.
  • Selena: Woo! This day just keeps getting better and better!

With Beruka Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Hello, Beruka! There's something I need to ask you about. I saw you speaking with a gentleman of questionable character earlier. I hate to pry... But who was he, and what business did you have with him?
  • Beruka: ... That's not your business, is it?
  • Arthur: Enforcing justice IS my business, and that man reeked of evil. I have a hard time believing you and he were up to anything good, Beruka. Consider how it would affect Lady Camilla if you were tied to any wrongdoing...
  • Beruka: ...
  • Arthur: You don't seem to have much to say on the subject. Well, just know that my eyes of justice are ever upon you.
  • Beruka: Justice, eh? What does that mean, anyway? I can't figure it out...
  • Arthur: Are you interested in justice?! Then let us discuss! Justice means many things to many people. For me, it's a way of life. It's waking up before your friends to go on patrol... It's searching high and low to locate a lost child for their frantic parents... It's coming across an injured elderly person and becoming their legs for them... It's hearing a crying baby and crying with it until it calms down... It's jumping into a fight and turning angry fists into friendly handshakes... Justice is all these things, and so much more! That's what it means to ME, in any case.
  • Beruka: ... You're interesting.
  • Arthur: Really? You find my musings on Lady Justice interesting?! Well, if you insist, I can keep going! Let's see... What else is justice...?

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Ah, Beruka! How are you on this fine day? Might I ask if your understanding of justice has deepened since we last spoke?
  • Beruka: Yes... I think I understand it a little more now. At least, I have a better idea of what YOU think justice is.
  • Arthur: Wonderful! To be honest, I was surprised by how intently you listened to me.
  • Beruka: Well... No one's ever taken the time to talk to me about right and wrong before. I guess that's why it was interesting hearing you go on and on about it.
  • Arthur: I see...
  • Beruka: Well, I must be going now. Good-bye.
  • Arthur: Wait! Where are you going?
  • Beruka: I cannot say.
  • Arthur: Could it have something to do with that suspicious man from the other day?
  • Beruka: ...Yes, it does. I've been hired to assassinate someone.
  • Arthur: Oh. I see. And... who's your target?
  • Beruka: A government official visiting the capitol.
  • Arthur: I see. That's quite a coincidence... I've been commissioned for a job myself. To protect a visiting government official. His people caught wind of an assassination plot. That said, I must be off as well.
  • Beruka: Wait... Doesn't that mean...?
  • Arthur: Yes, I'm afraid so. Truly regrettable.
  • Beruka: ... For the record, I always complete my missions.
  • Arthur: What a coincidence. So do I.
  • Beruka: ...
  • Arthur: ...

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: Beruka! We need to talk. Why did you retreat in the middle of your mission to assassinate that official? I thought you said you always complete a mission no matter what... Was it because of my justice talk?
  • Beruka: That's... extremely self-centered of you to think that.
  • Arthur: Ah. Well then. If that's not the reason, then what is?
  • Beruka: I became aware of a third party at work.
  • Arthur: A third party?
  • Beruka: Yes. There was another assassin present.
  • Arthur: Oh? Was there really?
  • Beruka: Yes. I was watching the official from a nearby alley. I was waiting for the right moment to make my move... Then it happened. As I was about to strike, that carriage burst through and ran you over.
  • Arthur: Ah... So you saw that.
  • Beruka: I did. I also saw the roof cave in and flatten you like a leaf.
  • Arthur: Yes, that rather smarted.
  • Beruka: Only a professional assassin could pull off something like that. I'm not sure what their objective was, but they clearly had it out for you. That's why I decided I'd better make a strategic retreat. After all, it's dangerous to operate without knowing who or where your enemy is.
  • Arthur: ... Well, A victory is a victory, I suppose.
  • Beruka: There's something else.
  • Arthur: Oh? Did you also see me slip in that puddle on the way home?
  • Beruka: ...No. It's just, I think everything turned out for the best in the end. If I had carried out my mission... I might have ended up killing you. Collateral damage, you know?
  • Arthur: You're glad I'm safe, are you? Those don't sound like the words of a hardened assassin.
  • Beruka: No, I guess not. I suppose I wanted to hear you talk a little more about your idea of justice. That would be hard if you were dead. I thought only crazy old men and sleazy politicians talked about such things. But... you're different. You really seem to believe in what you say. This may sound harsh, but you're an idiot.
  • Arthur: Thank you, Beru- Wait, what? That took an unexpected turn...
  • Beruka: It's true. Only an idiot would try to live his life solely in the service of justice.
  • Arthur: Hahaha! I would love to hear your opinion as to why that's so. Perhaps we could also further discuss the nature of sweet justice while we're at it!
  • Beruka: That sounds... nice.

S Support Edit

  • Beruka: I'm here, Arthur. What did you want to talk about?
  • Arthur: Beruka! Hello...
  • Beruka: What's wrong with you? Why did you want to meet in the middle of nowhere?
  • Arthur: I have something important to discuss with you... I've been thinking- Waaaaah!

(Crashing noises)

  • Beruka: What... was that? Why is there a random pitfall here?! Could this be the work of that assassin who sabotaged my last job? Arthur! Perhaps their target wasn't the official... I think they're after YOU! Here, give me your hand.
  • Arthur: Th-thank you... You saved my life.
  • Beruka: We'd better change locations for now. It's dangerous here...

(They change locations)

  • Beruka: We should be safe now. That was close...
  • Arthur: Indeed. Before anything else happens... Here. This is for you.
  • Beruka: Th-this is... a ring!!
  • Arthur: Yes. I know it's sudden, but I'd like to ask for your hand in marriage...
  • Beruka: No... This is crazy... I don't understand what your angle is! I mean, I know that when I'm with you... I... I feel... B-but marriage is...! Love and all that... I'm out of my element here. I don't fully understand what love even is...
  • Arthur: I'm a determined person, Beruka. Quite meddlesome, too. If need be, I'll talk to you every day until you understand what love is. I want nothing more than to talk to you, and protect you, and love you... I want to be with you day and night!
  • Beruka: ... I... I think I understand. To repay you for teaching me about love, I will deal with your mystery assassin.
  • Arthur: About that... There, um... actually isn't a mystery assassin after me at all.
  • Beruka: I don't understand...
  • Arthur: I just have terribly bad luck. That's the true cause of everything you've witnessed. There was no third party, I'm afraid. Just a rather unlucky seeker of justice.
  • Beruka: ... ...
  • Arthur: Beruka? Are you... OK?
  • Beruka: Hehehe... Hahahaha!
  • Arthur: What's wrong?! I've never seen you laugh like that!
  • Beruka: Heheh... I'm sorry for laughing. Being toyed with by an assassin that doesn't exist is just too funny. But I suppose I should be grateful for your bad luck. If it weren't for everything that happened, we might never have grown so close.
  • Arthur: You're right... And I might never have heard the world's loveliest laugh.
  • Beruka: When we're married, I can help protect you from your own bad luck, Arthur. You've taught me so much... It's the least I can do.
  • Arthur: Does that mean... you accept?
  • Beruka: Gladly. Thank you, Arthur.
  • Arthur: No, thank YOU! We're going to be the happiest champions of justice ever!

With Niles Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Hello, Niles! I don't believe we had the pleasure of conversing before.
  • Niles: That's correct. Which I've always found strange, since we were both stationed at the palace.
  • Arthur: Yes, well...your reputation precedes you. I suppose I never went out of my way to make your acquaintance...
  • Niles: Because of my past? How shallow of you. I suspected as much, however, which is why I never bothered to meet you, either. Nothing irritates me more than a smug little goody-goody. I'm talking about you, in case you didn't catch my drift.
  • Arthur: Oh dear, there's that sharp tongue you're known for. Look. I didn't mean to get off on the wrong foot like this...
  • Niles: Just another failure to add to your list, I suppose.
  • Arthur: Um...
  • Niles: Heh. You're already speechless? How cute. How about I say something REALLY offensive? Blow those cute right ears off your head?
  • Arthur: This is... unpleasant. I would like to end this conversation now.
  • Niles: Very well. I'll let you off the hook once. But be prepared to fend for yourself if you wish to speak with me again!

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: I'm probably going to regret this, but... I have to ask you something, Niles.
  • Niles: Ooh. How brave of you to walk into the lion's den alone. What's up?
  • Arthur: I've heard that a large number of thieves in the area are coordinating a heist. Tell me straight—are you in on the plan?
  • Niles: Bwahaha! Wait, you're serious. Even if I were in on this plan, why the devil would I tell you?
  • Arthur: Because...justice? Look, I know that you were associated with some of these thieves in the past.
  • Niles: So what? That doesn't make me guilty.
  • Arthur: Well, not necessarily, I suppose...
  • Niles: You've given me the idea. Perhaps I will join up with this band of merry thieves...
  • Arthur: Oh, come on! You can't be serious!
  • Niles: Maybe I am! What are you going to do about it?
  • Arthur: This is suspicious...
  • Niles: Wait. You're actually ACTUALLY serious.
  • Arthur: Well, joking about a crime is a well-known defense technique. Because, if you joke about it, surely you wouldn't actually DO it, right? Oh ho! Thought you could outthink Arthur, did you, evildoer?
  • Niles: Your logic is breathtakingly stupid.
  • Arthur: Is it? Darn. I did just kind of make that up.
  • Niles: Yep. It was obvious.
  • Arthur: Well, you can make fun of me all you want. But if you're hiding something, you better tell me now.
  • Niles: See you later, Arthur. (Niles leaves)
  • Arthur: Blast!

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: Niles, I've come to apologize.
  • Niles: Oh?
  • Arthur: Yes. Despite a few unlucky coincidences, I was able to catch the thieves. After I dropped them off at the jail, I saw you sneaking in the back entrance. I thought you must be coming to break them out... So, I stuck around to see what would happen. And I heard every word that you said to them. You were trying to help them turn their lives around.
  • Niles: Yes, well. Would this be an appropriate time to say "I told you so"?
  • Arthur: Yes, I believe it would. Anyway, I apologize for being prejudiced against you based on your past.
  • Niles: Let me tell you a story. I've never met my own parents. My father left before I was born, and my mother abandoned me as an infant. A gang of street thieves took me in as a child and became my family. One day, we boldly decided to rob the Nohrian royal palace. Of course we were caught, and in that moment, my supposed family betrayed me. The other thieves left me as a decoy and saved themselves.
  • Arthur: That's terrible!
  • Niles: That's when Lord Leo showed up. I knew I didn't stand a chance against him, so I surrendered. I actually begged him to kill me. But, for some reason, he spared me. And ever since then, I've been by his side. My criminal life ended the day those thieves abandoned me. And when Lord Leo spared my life, I was reborn.
  • Arthur: Thank you for sharing that, Niles. I should have relied on Lord Leo's judgment and trusted you from the start. Now then! I'm off to tell everyone about what a great guy you are!
  • Niles: Um, that's really not necessary.
  • Arthur: Of course it is! It's not fair that you have a bad reputation. People need to know the truth about you! Justice must prevail! I will shout it from the rooftops. "Niles is A-OK in my book"! Ha ha! This is going to be great!
  • Niles: Can we go back to being enemies?

With Effie Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Greetings, Effie! Can you spare a moment to discuss something of dire importance?
  • Effie: Arthur? What's going on? Is Lady Elise OK?
  • Arthur: Haha! Er, yes, of course. Sorry, I didn't mean to alarm you. But what I say next may shock and disturb you to your very core!
  • Effie: Well, what are you waiting for?!
  • Arthur: Effie, I believe we need to have a chat.
  • Effie: We're having a chat right now! Now will you hurry up and get to the point?
  • Arthur: Certainly Effie. I believe that I am falling behind in my Elise-guarding duties. I see your dedication to her in every aspect of your life, and I am envious. Please, I must know your secret!
  • Effie: There's no secret. but what you said about my dedication is accurate. I'm more than just her retainer. I'm her best friend. Everything I do is for her. But that doesn't mean you should feel bad. You're her hero, you know?
  • Arthur: It warms my ears to hear such praise, but I fear it is not enough. Our battles grow fiercer by the day! I must know the secrets of your strength!
  • Effie: Oh! Well, my strength comes from my training. You're welcome to join me for a workout or sparring session anytime.
  • Arthur: Fantastic! I look forward to battling to the death—
  • Effie: WHAT?
  • Arthur: —of my energy. To the death of my energy. Is that not a common expression? Oh ho! My mistake.

B Support Edit

  • Effie: Arthur, I've been thinking about our talk the other day. And I realized the reason you feel you're not doing enough for Lady Elise... is because you're always doing so much for everyone else. You're far more generous than I.
  • Arthur: Generous? Oh ho ho! Yes, yes, I suppose I'm reasonably generous. But not any more than you!
  • Effie: Are you kidding? You're always putting other people before yourself. Anytime you see someone in trouble— anyone in trouble—you rush in. Me? I'd snatch a cup of water from a guy who was on fire if Lady Elise were thirsty.
  • Arthur: Oh ho! Remind me not to catch on fire in proximity to Elise during the warm months! But seriously, I do see your point. Perhaps I do spend too much time helping old ladies cross the path. And I should probably stop making silly faces at crying babies until they laugh...
  • Effie: Arthur... no. You shouldn't ever change. That wasn't what I meant. The world needs a hero like you. A hero who stands up for justice, no matter what. A hero who always takes the little guy's side, even at his own expense.
  • Arthur: Well... thank you, Effie! This conversation has been tremendously illuminating. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm off to resolve this minor identity crisis like a hero. With an extra dessert and some snuggling with my fuzzy blanket. Cheerio! 

A Support Edit

  • Effie: Arthur...we need to talk.
  • Arthur: Oh? How may I be of service, fair maiden?
  • Effie: Well, to be blunt... What's wrong with you?
  • Arthur: How do you mean?
  • Effie: Well, in our last battle, you seemed a bit listless. You looked tired.
  • Arthur: Is that so? Well, I have been experimenting a bit with my training...
  • Effie: Experimenting? What have you been up to?
  • Arthur: Ah! It's more a question of what HAVEN'T I been up to. You see, I've decided to try focusing more on our Lady Elise. Like you! So, to that end, I haven't helped any little old ladies cross the street. And I haven't rescued any cats from any trees or rooftops in a very long time. Instead, I have spent hours thinking about Lady Elise...just like you! I have pledged total allegiance to her, just like you! And I have begun bench-pressing tree trunks. Er, kinda just like you. How DO you manage to make it look so easy?
  • Effie: Oh, Arthur. You didn't need to change anything you were doing. Forget bench-pressing tree trunks. That's MY thing. Go back to rescuing cats and cheering up crying babies. That's the selfless Arthur we all know and love. Because whatever you're doing now...it sure isn't working.
  • Arthur: Terrific! I mean, oh.
  • Effie: Oh, please don't be upset, Arthur. It's just that we each have our way of doing things. It's not like one is better than the other. We're both good at what we do. Honestly, I think the best thing you can do for Elise is to just be yourself.
  • Arthur: Stupendous!
  • Effie: Yes, that's the Arthur I know!
  • Arthur: And love?
  • Effie: Er, yes.
  • Arthur: Haha! OK, then.
  • Effie: (That was weird...)

S Support Edit

  • Effie: Hello, Arthur. What is it you so urgently needed to see me about?
  • Arthur: Greetings, Effie! I apologize for imparting a false sense of urgency to this meeting. Because, unfortunately, my goldsmith has failed me...
  • Effie: Does it have anything to do with this box?
  • Arthur: Where did you get that?
  • Effie: It just showed up at my place with both of our names on it. There's some kind of ring inside, see?
  • Arthur: You opened it? Oh, no...
  • Effie: I'm sorry, I thought I should see what was inside—since my name was on the box.
  • Arthur: Oh, that's quite all right. Er...yes. In fact this will be quite splendid. Indeed! Oh ho! Fantastic! Er... Come on, Arthur, pull yourself together...
  • Effie: Arthur! Are you OK? What is all that muttering? Have you become possessed? Oh dear. Quickly—blink twice if you're possessed!
  • Arthur: *blink* *blink* *blink* *blink* *blink*
  • Effie: I...I don't know what to make of that.
  • Arthur: AHEM. Apologies, milady. I believe I have gathered myself adequately. So. The reason I called you out here today was to see if you would accept this ring.
  • Effie: Oh. Well, obviously, I already did.
  • Arthur: Well, yes, I suppose that's technically accurate. The best kind of accurate! But, er, I was hoping that you would accept it as a symbol of our marriage.
  • Effie: Our marriage?! What did you do, Arthur? Did you get us legally married without consulting me?
  • Arthur: Haha! No, of course not.
  • Effie: Oh, thank goodness. Because I don't think I can marry you, Arthur. Not because I don't find you handsome...or enjoy spending time with you. It's just... I'm basically already married to Lady Elise. She's everything to me. I don't know if there's room in my life for you!
  • Arthur: Oh, Effie. Marrying me would in no way impact your duties to Elise. In fact, I believe it would make us even more valuable to her. As you said once before, we each have our own way of doing things. But our skills appear to be complementary! It's only natural to team up.
  • Effie: Well, I suppose it does make a lot of sense... We've been working so well together on the battlefield. And you're already such an important part of my life. You're dependable and heroic...and I know that you'll always be there for me. So...I do! I will marry you, Arthur!
  • Arthur: Fantastic! No, wait, fantastic doesn't begin to cover it... Super...uh...splendid...uh...magnificent... Just, uh, give me a moment here, sweetheart...
  • Effie: You're trying too hard, Arthur. C'mon, let's just go tell Elise the good news.
  • Arthur: Haha! Of course. After you, my love.

With Nyx Edit

C Support Edit

  • Nyx: Going somewhere, Arthur?
  • Arthur: Ah, the fair Nyx! Why yes, I was chaperoning the town children to a show. Their guardians were called away suddenly and wanted my help. Naturally, I agreed!
  • Nyx: Very admirable of you. But I suggest you find a way to back out. It will not end well.
  • Arthur: Whatever makes you say that? It looks like a fine enough day!
  • Nyx: It has been foretold to me.
  • Arthur: You've been peeking into the future, eh? Hah! Your warning is noted, but what choice do I have? "A friend of mine felt a bad omen, so I can't watch the children"? Such a mealymouthed excuse should never be uttered by a true hero!
  • Nyx: I understand, but you must trust me on this. You cannot go.
  • Arthur: I think you'll find that I cannot NOT go! But I'm touched by your concern. Now then, duty calls!
  • Nyx: Wait. Go if you must. But wear this under your armor.
  • Arthur: What's this strange script? Is this a spellbook? It's dreadfully thick...
  • Nyx: You may not be able to read it, but you'll find it useful nonetheless. All will be well if you do as I say.

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: My fair Nyx... I've come to apologize for paying so little heed to your warning. It seems I ought to put greater stock in your powers of divination!
  • Nyx: What happened? I'd be interested to know the details.
  • Arthur: I took the children to see a magic show. The Great Mandoni, have you heard of her? She has a stupefying trick where a volunteer enters a wooden box—
  • Nyx: Yes, which is then pierced by swords. It's a common spectacle. It's done with a special trick sword. But I think I can infer what happened...
  • Arthur: You infer rightly! Spurred on by my enthusiastic charges. I volunteered at once to go in. I squeezed myself into the box, which all seemed honest and aboveboard. But then, to my great shock... Rather than a trick sword, the Great Mandoni skewered me with a real blade!
  • Nyx: As I foresaw...
  • Arthur: As soon as I felt it poke into my armor, I suspected something had gone awry. But I couldn't cry out—not in front of the wonder-struck children. I knew the sword was meant to pass harmlessly through me by some trick... And so, after careful consideration, it seemed best to remain mum. But then the sword pierced my armor and continued its merciless plunge... At the last moment, when death seemed certain, your spellbook saved the day!
  • Nyx: Hmhm. Didn't I say it would? My insight into the future is never wrong. Though it is rare that these glimpses are as clear as they were in your case. It must have something to do with your simple mi—I mean your pure heart. Now, oftentimes changing one's fate will only bring about a worse one. But you are a friend, so I thought I'd warn you anyway.
  • Arthur: In that case, I owe you a tremendous debt of gratitude! Though while we're on the subject... I've been asked to accompany the Lady Elise to dinner this evening. Can I have your assurance that everything will go swimmingly?
  • Nyx: Hmhm. Your opinion of my fortune-telling has come a long way, hasn't it? But I said before that it's not wise to change the future, and I stand by that.
  • Arthur: I don't need a blow-by-blow of the event. Just give me a general outlook.
  • Nyx: If you insist. Let me peer into the mists of what is to come... Hmm... Very, very interesting.
  • Arthur: What happened? Or rather, I should ask—what WILL happen?
  • Nyx: You will bear the brunt of someone's wrath. Keep your wits about you.
  • Arthur: Someone's wrath? Wh-what will I have done to deserve that...?!

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: It is with a heavy heart that I inform you... Your prediction was spot on. Lady Elise was furious with me.
  • Nyx: My condolences. Tell me what happened.
  • Arthur: The dinner began as planned. We took our seats without incident. I was asked for my preferred drink and said that water would be fine. My senses must remain undulled by drink if I am to properly perceive injustice! When the rest of the party's drinks arrived, someone proposed a toast, as you do. I was feeling particularly parched and threw back my glass in one gulp. Alas...
  • Nyx: It wasn't water, but alcohol. Yes?
  • Arthur: Yes! The waiter had mistakenly given me a glass of clear spirits. And I don't have the fortitude to guzzle a drink that strong in a single go. I quickly felt disoriented and confused...
  • Nyx: And that's when trouble struck.
  • Arthur: Exactly. This happened after the hors d'oeuvres and soup but before breadsticks were served.
  • Nyx: Yes, yes. Go on.
  • Arthur: Not quite cognizant of my surroundings, I reached for some bread. I lifted it to my lips, took a bite, and...
  • Nyx: And?
  • Arthur: What I was actually holding was Lady Elise's hair.
  • Nyx: I can see how you might confuse those long tails of hers for baguettes. Hahaha...!
  • Arthur: Er...
  • Nyx: My apologies. I shouldn't make light of your suffering.
  • Arthur: It's quite all right! I hadn't thought about it until you laughed, but it is a knee-slapper of a tale, isn't it?
  • Nyx: I...suppose? I'll admit that I've come to enjoy peering into your future. There's never a want of bizarre trouble to be found there.
  • Arthur: Alas, it's true. But I can bear anything so long as you laugh away my bad luck, as you just did.
  • Nyx: I think you can rely on me for that much.

S Support Edit

  • Nyx: Is something wrong? Your summons sounded urgent.
  • Arthur: My fair Nyx, thank you for meeting me. There is indeed a pressing concern I had to bring to your attention.
  • Nyx: And that is?
  • Arthur: Pardon the delicate question, as I know a lady never tells, but... How old are you?
  • Nyx: Were I to answer that...what is it to you?
  • Arthur: No offense meant! It's just that...
  • Nyx: Mm, I suppose you wouldn't ask without a reason. So I'll tell you. My looks are deceiving. I'm actually older than you by quite a bit.
  • Arthur: What?!
  • Nyx: Many years ago, a magical experiment went wrong, preventing me from aging further.
  • Arthur: G-good heavens... Well, it does put paid to my concern. I worried that you might be too young for...
  • Nyx: For...?
  • Arthur: Erm... No, the time for hesitation is past! My fair Nyx, I would like you to marry me. I have here an engagement ring for you.
  • Nyx: Yes, I see that. You're never one to shrink from a bold move, are you? I would be happy to accept your proposal.
  • Arthur: So soon? I'd been prepared for you to tell me you needed time to think it over!
  • Nyx: No. I've known for some time that today would be the day of your proposal. I foresaw it, you see.
  • Arthur: Oh...of course. If you knew in advance of my bad luck, it stands to reason you'd know of the good.
  • Nyx: Yes. I knew the day we met that it would lead to this.
  • Arthur: What?! From our first meeting?!
  • Nyx: That's what I said. Do you see now what I meant when I advised against changing one's fate?
  • Arthur: Aah... In truth, I didn't. But now I'm starting to see.
  • Nyx: I didn't want you to die, of course, so I passed along that one warning.
  • Arthur: My fair Nyx... I-if you always knew this would happen... What do you know of our lives to come? Our future together?
  • Nyx: ... I see a child. A beautiful son, born to the two of us.
  • Arthur: A son... I can't wait to meet him...!
  • Nyx: Nor can I.
  • Arthur: I vow to be a steadfast husband to you, fair Nyx. I'll cram your life full of joy!
  • Nyx: I know you will. You'll be a loving partner and a devoted father. Better than I could ask for. That much I can see even without my second sight.

With Charlotte Edit

C Support Edit

  • Charlotte: Oh, Arthuuuuuur!
  • Arthur: Ah, hello, Charlotte. How can I help you?
  • Charlotte: I know this may seem very sudden, but I just wanted to tell you you're wonderful! I couldn't help but notice during the battle the other day... Well, you're an impressive figure on the battlefield. You looked so brave and strong. I just had to tell you what I was thinking, teehee!
  • Arthur: Ah, I see. Thank you. As one pursuing the cause of justice, it is good to know I strike an imposing figure.
  • Charlotte: You're just so muscular and strong. I'd love to have someone like you keeping me safe from harm...
  • Arthur: Excuse me?
  • Charlotte: I... don't have anyone to really protect me. I'm not as powerful as the other figures, so it's scary for me on the battlefield.
  • Arthur: Hrm.
  • Charlotte: Is something wrong?
  • Arthur: Something doesn't seem quite right... I can't put my finger on it, but your words don't ring true to me.
  • Charlotte: Wh-what do you mean? Just look at me! How could I not need protecting in battle? Maybe you hit your head earlier and aren't thinking clearly.
  • Arthur: That could be true... I'm sorry, I apologize for the misunderstanding. I'll take your words to heart, and I will be sure to protect you- for justice!
  • Charlotte: Oh, I'm so happy! Thank you!

B Support Edit

  • Charlotte: ...Arthur? You look distressed. Is there something bothering you?
  • Arthur: Oh, hello, Charlotte. I've just been thinking, is all. I'm really not sure you need my protection.
  • Charlotte: What? Why do you say that?
  • Arthur: I noticed something when we were in battle... I was working hard to protect you, but an enemy slipped by while I was fighting. I was worried as he made his way toward you, but you effortlessly defeated him. It only took a single blow from you to do it, too. I realized that you might actually be protecting me.
  • Charlotte: ... Oh, you! You're just making this story up to flatter me, aren't you? I don't even remember which fight you're talking about!
  • Arthur: It was the most recent battle. In fact, your whole attitude changed as soon as the fighting started. You let out a fierce cry and charged the enemy. I saw many of them go pale. And... I remember now... It was you who pulled me out of the way of some magic. You pulled me with only one arm.
  • Charlotte: I... Um... That... must have been when I was possessed! By the enemy! Yes!
  • Arthur: Wha-what?! An enemy possessed you?
  • Charlotte: Yes? I mean, yes! That's exactly what happened! Oh it was awful. I was filled with this intense blood thirst... And such strength! It was like being a completely different person.
  • Arthur: I see. That sounds awful.
  • Charlotte: Y-you believe me?
  • Arthur: Of course.
  • Charlotte: ...

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: ...
  • Charlotte: Hello, Arthur. What was it you wanted to talk about?
  • Arthur: I'll get right to it. In my pursuit of justice, I've found I must confront you. I must hear the truth.
  • Charlotte: The truth?
  • Arthur: Indeed. Now that I watch, I see that you display extreme prowess in all our battles. I thought that you were possessed again, but there were no spellcasters left to do it. I would like to hear an explanation from you.
  • Charlotte: Ah...well... Ahaha... Ahahahaha...
  • Arthur: What... Why are you laughing?
  • Charlotte: I'm just amused my act held up as long as it did! Truthfully, I can fight just fine. I've found that if I show that to men, they tend to pull away, though. What you saw on the battlefield was the real me.
  • Arthur: I-I see... You don't need to worry about me pulling away, however. I consider you a dependable companion.
  • Charlotte: Companion?
  • Arthur: Yes. More than that, really. I have protected many people up 'til now. It is a rare thing when they can hold their own in my pursuit of justice! In fact, when I see you fighting, it drives me to fight harder, too.
  • Charlotte: Heh, interesting. I didn't realize there were words that would make me feel better than being pampered. From now on I'll be honest with you, and I'll protect you, too.
  • Arthur: Hah, I'll trust you to watch my back.

S Support Edit

  • Charlotte: Arthur, you summoned me? Something about needing to talk, I believe?
  • Arthur: Indeed. There was something I've been wanting to ask you about.
  • Charlotte: What's that?
  • Arthur: When we first started talking, you had a certain way of speaking. You hid how you normally act behind a false personality, correct?
  • Charlotte: Yes, that's right.
  • Arthur: And that's something you do toward men you'd like attention from?
  • Charlotte: Yes... What are you trying to say?
  • Arthur: I want to give you that kind of attention. Charlotte, I think I love you.
  • Charlotte: What?! You love me... That's... No, you should pursue someone else.
  • Arthur: Why? I find you amazing, and I've never met a woman like you before.
  • Charlotte: You don't know if that's true. Many people hide their true selves from the world.
  • Arthur: That may be true... But I've already fallen for you. The real you, not the one you use as a mask.
  • Charlotte: You told me the other day that we were good companions. I'm happy to remain that way.
  • Arthur: Why?
  • Charlotte: Because love is a fragile thing that falls apart eventually, but companionship... That could go on forever, couldn't it?
  • Arthur: If that's what you're worried about, then you shouldn't be. I swear I will love you forever.
  • Charlotte: ...Are you serious?
  • Arthur: On my honor as a champion of justice, you and I will never be apart.
  • Charlotte: ... I can't really refuse such a pledge, can I? Very well.
  • Arthur: Hmm? Do you mean...?
  • Charlotte: Just remember! You've only seen my true self on the battlefield. There's no running away now, even when you see how I am off the battlefield!
  • Arthur: I'm not worried in the slightest! I've never run from a challenge.

With Benny Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Greetings, Benny! What's troubling you, my friend? Surely it's not your intention to sulk over here away from the group, correct?
  • Benny: I'm fine...
  • Arthur: Nonsense! Come, let's go join our comrades-in-arms.
  • Benny: No, that's not quite all right... I'll just frighten them if I go over there.
  • Arthur: Frighten our friends? However so?
  • Benny: It's this face of mine... It's no big deal. I'm used to it. It's been this way for a long time...
  • Arthur: To think you've been feeling isolated all this time... But that's all in the past now! I, Arthur, do hereby resolve to fix this little problem for you.
  • Benny: Do you... really think that's possible?
  • Arthur: Of course! There's nothing that can't be accomplished if one tries hard enough. Now, let's see here... Hmm, yes, I have devised a plan. Let us both on out biggest smile and go join the group together. Then we shall say, "How is everybody doing on this fine day?' To which they will inquire about your newfound peppiness. That's when you'll tell them, "This is the real me." Understood?
  • Benny: It is a simple request in theory... However, I'm not sure...
  • Arthur: Fret not! I'm not saying this one gesture will solve everything at once. However, it's important to take these things one step at a time. Are you ready?
  • Benny: I s-suppose... I have a bad feeling about this...

B Support Edit

  • Benny: Ugh. That went horribly...Now they're even more frightened of me than they were before...
  • Arthur: I'm so sorry, my friend. I had no idea that would happen. Everything was going so well at first, with the walking in and the smiling...But then you got to the "This is the real me" part...
  • Benny: Ugh...
  • Arthur: It's no one's fault, really.
  • Benny: Indeed. I would have not spoken so casually had I known.
  • Arthur: Ehem, yes. I don't think either of us anticipated that horde of Faceless. I've never heard of them following someone into a room...Damn my awful luck! But yes, not the best time to say, "This is the real me."
  • Benny: It's no use. Being feared is my destiny...
  • Arthur: Not on my watch! Pessimism is never the right answer. You must persevere! I'm certain our friends don't truly believe you to be King of the Faceless. They...just said that because they were startled. They DID apologize afterward! Still, we'd better steady our course as soon as possible. Hmmm, let's see...Ah, yes! I have another brilliant idea. This one's sure to work!
  • Benny: I don't know...I'm not sure I can handle another failure.
  • Arthur: Hahaha, worry not! Nothing could possibly go wrong this time. Now, here's what I have in mind...

With Keaton Edit

C SupportEdit

  • Keaton: Oh, this one's good too! Ah, and this one's INCREDIBLE! Ooh! This hair ball is the best I've seen in ages! The way the shiny bits catch the light and shine like a rainbow... Wow! I've hit the jackpot here. This whole area is filled with treasure!
  • Arthur: Well done, young wolf man. Color me impressed.
  • Keaton: Excuse me?
  • Arthur: You are a noble youth, indeed, to take it upon yourself to pick up trash like that. I can no longer watch you do your good deeds from afar! Here, let me help.
  • Keaton: What did you just say?!
  • Arthur: Um...excuse me? Oh! I'm ever so sorry. Is "wolf man" offensive to your people?
  • Keaton: Huh? I don't care about something dumb like that. But did you just call my findings TRASH?! Are you blind or something? This hair ball is top quality!
  • Arthur: Oh... I, um...apologize? I didn't mean to infer that your trash was low quality.
  • Keaton: ... Go. JUST GO!!
  • Arthur: ...I'll just leave you to it, then.
  • Keaton: The NERVE of some people! Now, where was I...?

B Support Edit

  • Keaton: Arthur! I've been meaning to talk to you about your dumb comments the other day.
  • Arthur: Ah, about that... Please accept my sincerest apologies. I'll be honest—I'm still a little confused about the whole thing... But I AM truly sorry to have caused you such distress.
  • Keaton: Yeah, whatever. I've decided to be the bigger person, as usual, and forgive you. It all comes down to ignorance. It's not your fault: most humans are that way. So I'm gonna do you a favor and show you how amazing my treasures really are! First up is...this!
  • Arthur: Wh-what is it? It looks like a mangled piece of fried shrimp...
  • Keaton: TRY to contain your own ignorance, Arthur! I'm doing you a favor here! Sheesh. This isn't a shrimp! It's a pinecone. This is what one looks like after a squirrel's torn it apart for the pine nuts. Isn't it amazing? This one's a particularly fine specimen. Impressive, right?!
  • Arthur: Hmm. Ah. Ehem. I suppose you could say it's impressive in a...roundabout way.
  • Keaton: Man, you're tough. That's fine. Whatever. This next one will do the trick... Here, take a look at this!
  • Arthur: It appears to be a simple rock...
  • Keaton: A simple rock? Are you insane?! Look at it—it's shaped like a star! That's really rare, you know!
  • Arthur: I could see how that's rare. Sorry, but I still don't quite
  • Keaton: What is WITH you?! Have you no soul? OK. I'm pulling out all the stops. Take a look at...THIS! See! It's a sun-dried bat!
  • Arthur: A sun-dried...bat? I don't even... In the name of justice... I'm sorry, Keaton, but this is going way beyond trash now...
  • Keaton: It's an art, really. First you have to split the bat in half... Then you have to salt it and then hang it in a cool, dry place for a few days...
  • Arthur: Argh! Please stop, my friend! I...I really don't wish to know any more about this.
  • Keaton: Oh? Are bats too small to impress you? Here, I have something larger...
  • Arthur: N-no, please! That's really enough. I think I finally understand. I realize now that you have an unique way of looking at the world. To each their own, I say! Even so, I can't say that I personally get what you see in these things.
  • Keaton: But...how can I make you understand? Tell me!
  • Arthur: ... I can see this means a lot to you. Tell you what—how about I bring YOU a treasure that's sure to impress? That will show you that I sufficiently appreciate your taste in collectibles. If I succeed, you'll also have a new treasure to add to your collection. Do we have a deal?
  • Keaton: Interesting. Color me intrigued, Hero Man. It's a deal! But don't take this lightly. Remember, I'm a treasure expert!
  • Arthur: Understood! I shall not fail you!

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: ...Hello, Keaton.
  • Keaton: Arthur! I've been looking all over for you. How'd your treasure hunting go?!
  • Arthur: I'm ashamed to say that I failed my mission. I don't know what to say...
  • Keaton: Huh? Really? Lame.
  • Arthur: It was harder than I thought. All I managed to find was this.
  • Keaton: Wait, is that..?
  • Arthur: I know, it's trash. I went deep into the forest looking for something impressive. As I searched, I was suddenly attacked by a Faceless. It caught me off guard and pinned me. We rolled about a fair bit as I struggled to break free, and we ended up on a cliffside. With the force of justice on my side, I was able to maneuver out of its iron grip... Well, for a moment, at least. Soon enough it overtook me and threw me down the cliff.
  • Keaton: You were thrown off a cliff?! Are you...OK?
  • Arthur: Oh, I'm fine. It wasn't very steep, and I fell into some water. Only my pride was injured. But as I fell, I reached out my hand and grabbed at the beast's head.
  • Keaton: And?!
  • Arthur: Well, this is what I go. I know it's not much.
  • Keaton: Are you saying this is..?
  • Arthur: Indeed. The hair of a Faceless. Pathetic, I know.
  • Keaton: ?!
  • Arthur: I'll do better next time, my friend. That's a promise.
  • Keaton: WHOA! I don't believe it!!
  • Arthur: Hm?!
  • Keaton: It's so rare...so HAIRY! It's really beautiful! Wow, this is an amazing find. Tot think that Faceless have treasure just growing on their heads!
  • Arthur: K-Keaton? Your eyes are gleaming, and your tail is wagging furiously.
  • Keaton: Hm?! What? No! My tail is definitely NOT wagging! It's not like this is amazing or anything! I mean...I know I said it was amazing... But, what I meant was...
  • Arthur: Wow, I don't know what to say. Well, as promised, if you like it so much, it's all yours. Though I really don't see why you would want a clump of hair.
  • Keaton: WHOA! Are you sure? Can I really have this?!
  • Arthur: Well, of course. My word is my honor.
  • Keaton: W-well I'm not incredibly happy or anything, but... I mean... Well... Thanks I guess. You did a pretty good job in the end. You're OK, Arthur. Kind of. Given your accomplishment, I suppose... I could help you pick up trash sometime. Now that I owe you one or anything.
  • Arthur: That would be marvelous! I'd be happy to have you join me.
  • Keaton: Heh, no problem. Just make sure you show me everything you pick up. You have the strangest idea of what passes as trash, buddy.

With Kagero Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Miss Kagero, I had heard that you were in dire need of aid.
  • Kagero: Hm? Oh, hello there, Arthur. I wouldn't say I'm in dire need... But I could use someone's help cleaning the mess in my room.
  • Arthur: That sounds like something I can handle with ease! No matter how bad, I'm always ready to face trouble head on and prevail! Even if it's just lending a helping hand with a small issue. It's in my nature.
  • Kagero: Well then, we can go ahead and get started right away, since you're so driven.
  • Arthur: Of course; I wouldn't have it any other way. You weren't kidding, though. This is quite a mess you've got. Do you do a lot of art here?
  • Kagero: I do. This is actually what passes for my studio, most of the time.
  • Arthur: There are a lot of different art supplies in here, I see.
  • Kagero: Indeed. I like a lot of things. Today, for example, I'm focusing on painting. Unfortunately, I get so wrapped up in what I'm doing that I forget to clean...
  • Arthur: Oh, painting? How wonderful! May I take a look at what you're working on? Interesting... Truly interesting. I've never seen anything like this in Nohr.
  • Kagero: I'm attempting to express the chaos and sadness of the world with this. I think it'll be done after another hour or two of work.
  • Arthur: I see... What the—! What did I kick?
  • Kagero: Ah!!
  • Arthur: Oh no! I'm so sorry, Miss Kagero! I didn't see that bucket! Was it for cleaning brushes? That would explain all that dirty water...
  • Kagero: What have you done... That water is all over my painting!
  • Arthur: I-I'm sorry! Apparently my terrible luck extends even to your studio!
  • Kagero: E-everyone makes mistakes, I suppose...

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Miss Kagero, I want to apologize again for my mistake the other day. I've had trouble sleeping, knowing that I destroyed your painting with my mistake.
  • Kagero: You really shouldn't worry about it, Arthur. I'm actually glad you came back today. We can try again at getting this place all cleaned up.
  • Arthur: No problem, leave it to me. I'll pay special attention to my feet—last thing I want to do is spill something again. What're you working on today, by the way?
  • Kagero: I decided to work at carving a sculpture. Trimming the wood is really relaxing.
  • Arthur: Intriguing. This shape you've carved... It looks like a heart, but it looks somehow different...
  • Kagero: You're right, it is a heart. I wanted it to represent a person's love.
  • Arthur: Well done! I can't imagine the years of practice and natural talent you have... There is no way someone like me could hope to do such a subject justice. Anyway, where should I start cleaning?
  • Kagero: I think it'd be a good idea to begin with gathering the things on the floor.
  • Arthur: Very well, that shall be my first step! Everything related to painting can go over here in this pile... Ah, here are some spare weapons; I'll stack these here. Hrm. This area could use a good sweep. Miss Kagero, could you hand me— Oh, my apologies! I didn't mean to bump when I reached out!
  • Kagero: I... Arthur, why...
  • Arthur: What is it, Miss Kagero?
  • Kagero: Why did you have to bump me at exactly that moment?
  • Arthur: What do you... Oh no! How did your carving knife get stabbed so deeply into your carving? Oh. I see. I'm so sorry for bumping into you! I didn't mean...
  • Kagero: It... *sigh* It's fine, Arthur. Just leave. I can handle everything today, I think.
  • Arthur: As you wish...

A Support Edit

  • Kagero: Thank you for coming again today, Arthur.
  • Arthur: I was honestly surprised to hear from you, Miss Kagero. I was certain you'd want to avoid my help in any future events, considering...
  • Kagero: I know what you're going to say, and I wanted to tell you something. The other day I tried to dispose of the art that was damaged while cleaning. On the way to throwing it out, a Hoshidan art merchant stopped me in the street. He wanted to get a better look at my work. After staring for some time, he cried, "This is the next generation of great art!"
  • Arthur: H-he did?!
  • Kagero: He praised my use of splashed water to reflect the chaos of life in my painting. He then said that the knife buried in the heart was symbolic of love's dangers. He was so excited, he demanded to be allowed to display the works in his shop. ...Before then, no merchant had even looked at my artwork.
  • Arthur: Wow... Those small accidents ended up changing things for the better?
  • Kagero: Arthur, I'm sorry for getting cross with you when you were helping before. At the time, it felt like things just kept getting ruined for me. I see things differently now. I have a small request of you, if I may...
  • Arthur: Anything, Miss Kagero! Though it all worked out, I still feel I owe you!
  • Kagero: The art merchant was so excited, he asked me to create more artwork for him. So... I need you to come over and help me clean my room some more. It seems like good things happen when you're doing that. I'm sure that you'll lend some special quirk to whatever I am working on.
  • Arthur: If you think that is a good decision, then there is no way I can say no! I'm happy to do anything to right my wrongs...even if they turned out well.
  • Kagero: I appreciate it, Arthur. Let's get to work.

S Support Edit

  • Arthur: Hello, Miss Kagero...
  • Kagero: Arthur? I didn't expect to see you today...
  • Arthur: I know; I came by today because I had something I felt compelled to tell you... I...would like to stop coming to your workshop.
  • Kagero: What?! Where did this... ... If that is what you wish... I have made you work hard and in keeping with my own schedule. It is only natural that you would need a break from it. I apologize for not being as aware of how it was affecting you as I should have been.
  • Arthur: Oh no, Miss Kagero, you misunderstand my intention. I don't mean I want to stop interacting. I mean that, once the fighting is over, I want for us to have a workshop together.
  • Kagero: Excuse me? What do you mean?
  • Arthur: Why don't we work together and create new art...under a roof that we share? I'm saying that I am in love with you.
  • Kagero: You're in love with me?! I didn't think this could be possible...
  • Arthur: Do you share these feelings? I suspected that you might, but with my luck...
  • Kagero: Oh I do, I promise you. I didn't expect you to say anything, though... And we are from different lands... I worry that our relationship would face resistance.
  • Arthur: I'd considered that as well, but then I remembered something.
  • Kagero: What was it that you remembered?
  • Arthur: Despite how bad luck seems to follow me around, when I'm with you... It seems like even my biggest mistakes turn into something positive. With that in mind, there is no way a Nohrian-Hoshidan romance won't work. You turn my bad luck good, is what I mean.
  • Kagero: Arthur... Your words are so moving... And exactly what I wanted to hear.
  • Arthur: I'm happy you think so! Together we can seize my bad luck and defeat it like so many enemies before. We must first inform Lord/Lady Avatar. I'm sure the royalty will want to know. I will let you do the talking, though. No reason to tempt fate, after all...
  • Kagero: Heehee, I suppose that's a good point. Come then, Arthur. Let's go and inform him/her right now. The sooner we do, the sooner we can begin planning our new, shared workshop.

With Azama Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Greetings! You must be Azama, right? Tell me, what do you do in Hoshido?
  • Azama: Huh? You mean my job? I'm a retainer under one of the princesses of Hoshido, Lady Hinoka.
  • Arthur: Princess Hinoka you say? So you support this lady in one fashion or another?
  • Azama: Hahaha. Me? Support her? Listen, I barely do anything. SHE supports me. You're not likely to meet a tougher customer anywhere in the world.
  • Arthur: This makes no sense! Why would your mistress help you? That's all backward!
  • Azama: I suppose it is unusual, but everyone seems happy. Who do you work for?
  • Arthur: I humbly serve Lady Elise.
  • Azama: Lady Elise, huh? That must be rough. I bet she's a real handful to take care of.
  • Arthur: What an incredibly awful thing to say! How dare you be so rude? Clearly the cultures of Nohr and Hoshido are quite different. As are their values. But I can't blame you for not understanding her excellence.
  • Azama: I really don't think Nohr and Hoshido are all that different at the end of the day. We just invent ways to alienate each other. If our countries fell, it wouldn't matter. The world would go back to being simple. Quiet, like before the kingdoms existed.
  • Arthur: Where did that bleak comment come from? Don't you care about protecting your home country, Azama?
  • Azama: I'm just being realistic.
  • Arthur: Where is your patriotism? Your pride?
  • Azama: Hahaha, why are you so bent out of shape about something totally hypothetical? You Nohrians are fun. Hey, if we both live, let's try and talk again sometime. I'm outta here.
  • (Azama leaves)
  • Arthur: Wait! Stop, Azama! I'm not done speaking with you yet! I said sto— Aiieek! Who dug a hole all the way out here? Somebody hhhheeeeellllppppp!

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: How do we keep bumping into each other on the battlefield? Doesn't that seem strange?
  • Azama: Indeed. I wonder why fate has brought us together once again. It's a mystery to me. Say, I wanted to ask you about something. It might be apocryphal, but do people really call you the "Hero of Justice" in Nohr?
  • Arthur: They certainly do! I protect the weak and strive to vanquish evil! For I am Arthur, Hero of Justice!
  • Azama: Hahaha, you actually said it! That slogan of yours is a real hoot! I've also heard that you have notoriously terrible luck. Some say ill fortune follows you around like a black cloud.
  • Arthur: I've got a reputation for that? Why must they discuss my cursed luck instead of my many heroic feats?
  • Azama: Hahaha. You Nohrians are so entertaining! What a bunch of characters!
  • Arthur: It's true. If only there was a way to escape my horrible luck. I can't stand having this tainted reputation.
  • Azama: Well that's understandable. But I think it's probably impossible. Maybe you've been cursed by the gods.
  • Arthur: C-cursed? What do you mean?
  • Azama: I'm pretty straightforward. They're teasing and tormenting you. For fun, it would seem.
  • Arthur: Do you really think so?
  • Azama: What else could cause a string of bizarre accidents? It seems obvious to me.
  • Arthur: But that can't be! I live a life dedicated truth, justice, and the Nohrian way. How could the gods ever be so cruel?
  • Azama: Hahaha. I can see why that might be condfusing. But can you think of another explanation?
  • Arthur: I hate to admit it, but perhaps you're right. I just don't understand why the gods would forsake me.
  • Azama: Hey, cheer up. There's no reason to be depressed about it. The good news is that cursed or not, we're all gonna die someday. The only variable that matters is how you end up going out. Why not try to be more positive about this situation? The gods are obviously watching you very closely, right? But maybe they're doing that for a reason. What if they're jealous of you?
  • Arthur: Jealous? Are you serious?
  • Azama: Why else would you keep getting blasted by lightning or falling into traps? If I were you, I'd try to take it in stride and not let it bring me down. Cheer up already!
  • Arthur: You truly are a bizarre man, Azama. Does every Hoshidan think like you?
  • Azama: Hahaha, of course not. If that were the case, Hoshido would be much better. Or worse... I'm honestly not sure.
  • Arthur: Why in the world did Lady Hinoka hire you?

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: I discovered why Lady Hinoka has employed your services, Azama.
  • Azama: Is that so?
  • Arthur: The rumor is that you were the second son to a family that ran a shrine for many years. You were a troublemaker who loved to mouth off about everything. But after trekking through the woods, you discovered the ascetic lifestyle. And eventually you settled down enough to be suitable for monkhood. Is that all true?
  • Azama: Hahaha. It's surprisingly fun to be regaled with your own history.
  • Arthur: I also heard that when you were training in the mountains, you met a pegasus rider. She had fallen and injured herself. That rider was Lady Hinoka.
  • Azama: Yes, it's true. I haven't thought of that day in some time. Milady had badly hurt her leg, so I saw to her wounds. She kept trying to thank me. Pay me back somehow...
  • Arthur: But you left and refused her offered reward.
  • Azama: I would never assist someone for a few pieces of gold. I simply wanted to help.
  • Arthur: She was so impressed with your conduct that she searched high and low to find you. When she finally did, she requested that you become her retainer. In fact, I heard that you're the only person she named to the palace guard.
  • Azama: Well well, aren't you quite the sleuth. I'm almost impressed. The truth is, milady also named Setsuna as a retainer. Though like me, she's not exactly a typical retainer by any means.
  • Arthur: I see. My point is, you're a remarkable fellow. I'm sorry if I was rude to you before.
  • Azama: Don't worry. I never get caught up with the things people say to me. That would be a total waste of time.
  • Arthur: It's strange talking to you. It's almost like we're complete opposites. I strive to be heroic in action and deed, while you exist peacefully. You don't seek out anyone's favor or strive to become a legend.
  • Azama: I'm obviously no great man. But I appreciate your kind words.
  • Arthur: I can't help but think of Hoshido in a new light now that I know you. I hope that we can continue our friendship regardless of heritage.
  • Azama: I'd like that, Arthur.

With Setsuna Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: We've really outdone ourselves with food for the Hoshido-Nohr mixer. Are you OK carrying all that, Setsuna? I can hold a bit more with my right arm...
  • Setsuna: I'm fine, Arthur, don't worry...
  • Arthur: I'm really looking forward to this party. It will be great to meet all my allies in the battle for justice! It feels good that they had confidence in us being able to get the food and drinks.
  • Setsuna: Indeed...
  • Arthur: I'm glad you came with me, too. I was a little nervous to go by myself.
  • Setsuna: Why would you have been nervous?
  • Arthur: I don't want to jinx it, but... Oh no, is that...
  • Setsuna: Oh, that looks like a flock of dragons... What are they doing? Are they... They're pooping and heading right for us! Oh no...
  • Arthur: Aaaaaaaaaahhhh!!
  • Setsuna: Oh, wow. I managed to not get hit at all. What about you, Arthur? Did you... Oh. Ew.
  • Arthur: This is why I was nervous... This kind of stuff always seems to happen.
  • Setsuna: It's...kind of fun, actually...
  • Arthur: What? It's not fun at all! I have to go back and change... And more importantly, look at all our food; it's completely ruined.
  • Setsuna: Oh, you're right...
  • Arthur: We are going to get an impressive scolding for this, I just know it.

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: OK, we've managed to get all the supplies we need—again—with no issues.
  • Setsuna: Indeed... Now we just need to get back...
  • Arthur: I'm sorry about the other day. I can't help thinking that it was my fault. If I'd been more prepared, I could have saved the food from that despicable attack. Everyone blamed both of us for the party delay, even though it was my fault.
  • Setsuna: It's no problem. I'm used to being scolded for doing something wrong... Hey, is this a different route than last time?
  • Arthur: Indeed. This way we can avoid the flight path of those treacherous dragons. Nothing can stop us from making it back with all this food. I am sorry you had to come along a second time, though.
  • Setsuna: It's no problem at all... I always—

(Setsuna leaves)

  • Arthur: You always... What the... Setsuna? Where are you?
  • Setsuna: H-help... I'm down here.
  • Arthur: Ah! You fell into a pitfall! No worries, I can get you out of there just as soon as I set this food down. There, now I—oh no!
  • Setsuna: Arthur, why did you drop all of the food you were carrying down here?
  • Arthur: It was an accident! When I leaned over, I bumped the corner... By all that is good and righteous in the world...what is that smell?
  • Setsuna: Oh. That's all the bodies of the Faceless. I suppose they fell in here too...
  • Arthur: What?! You mean there are dead Faceless down there with you? And with all our carefully selected party foods?
  • Setsuna: That is what has happened... Now the food smells like Faceless...
  • Arthur: Oh no. It's all ruined, then!
  • Setsuna: This is what I was going to say before... I always seem to fall into traps when I'm alone, so I thought I'd be safe with you. We're actually pretty similar...
  • Arthur: Apparently we are. Well, all the food is ruined again. Best to prepare ourselves for another scolding. *sigh*

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: OK! This time we won't let anything stop us from getting this food to the party!
  • Setsuna: I hope you're right...
  • Arthur: You just have to believe, Setsuna! Also, I can't believe I never figured out that you were as unlucky as me.
  • Setsuna: It always seems like bad luck is able to find me...
  • Arthur: Well, we'll just have to work together to teach bad luck a lesson! If we fail again, there is no way everyone will let us stay in charge of food. I can't really blame them for being mad; the party has been delayed twice... But now is our time to shine! We'll seize this food run by the horns! I'm sorry I roped you into this again, though. I'd understand if you stopped.
  • Setsuna: I really don't mind...
  • Arthur: Excellent, then we can—Stop! Right in front of you! A pitfall! I can handle this!
  • Setsuna: Arthur, what are you doing... Why are you lying down?
  • Arthur: I do not flee before hardship; I face it head on! Come! I have bridged the gap with my body. Cross quickly!
  • Setsuna: Thank you... That was definitely a first...
  • Arthur: I'm happy to help! Now if we just keep our eyes out for more traps...
  • Setsuna: What about dragon flocks? Should we watch out for them?
  • Arthur: Of course!
  • Setsuna: Then... Watch out, there's a dragon flock.
  • Arthur: Wha—?! Curses! We can't outrun dragon poop. It's over...
  • Setsuna: I have an idea...
  • Arthur: Impressive! Your arrows scared them away! Setsuna...thank you.
  • Setsuna: It was nothing, really... If you protect me from my bad luck, I think I can protect you from your bad luck... If we cover each other, there's no way bad luck can beat us. Probably...
  • Arthur: That is an admirable sentiment. I'm honored to have teamed up with you. Now that we've made it past our trials, let's return with all of this food! Everyone will be overjoyed!
  • Setsuna: Sounds good...

S Support Edit

  • Arthur: Setsuna, the mixer was a grand success, was it not?
  • Setsuna: It was. Everyone seemed to have a very good time... Are you here to go shopping again?
  • Arthur: Oh, n-no. I think I've had my fill of shopping for now...
  • Setsuna: Oh, all right then...
  • Arthur: Actually, I came here for a different reason. I had a conversation with Lady Elise and Princess Hinoka the other day... I was telling them how well we worked together to handle our issues. They said we seem to make excellent partners. Hearing that made me happy.
  • Setsuna: Partners...
  • Arthur: But hearing it also made me realize something, Setsuna... I want to be your partner in the romantic sense, as well.
  • Setsuna: Y-you do? This is a surprise...
  • Arthur: I mean it, though. Truly. I imagine that we will have a lot of troubles, considering how unlucky we both are. But we showed that we can defeat whatever is thrown our way! So long as you can accept my unending pursuit for justice... I swear that I will devote my very being to protecting you!
  • Setsuna: Wow... I've never had someone devote their very being to me... I have a question... Besides dragon poop, what other bad things have you run into?
  • Arthur: Let's see... I was hit by a carriage—and again when they backed up to see what they'd hit. Last week I was struck by lightning while fleeing a swarm of bees... Once, an extremely isolated rainstorm followed me around for a full day. There's more, but those jump out right away.
  • Setsuna: I see... Those are pretty serious, but I'm not intimidated by them...
  • Arthur: Really?!
  • Setsuna: Like I said before—if we protect each other, we can defeat our bad luck. If you're willing to support me, I'll support you just as much.
  • Arthur: So you mean...
  • Setsuna: Yes. Let's avoid traps, carriages, lightning, and bees together...

With Kana (Male) (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Kana: Hey, Papa? Can I talk you about something?
  • Arthur: Of course, my child! What is it you require?
  • Kana: It's Mama. I feel like she's always treating me like a child.
  • Arthur: Well of course! You ARE her boy, after all. And you aren't that old yet. I was there when you were born, and I've been keeping a close eye on your age.
  • Kana: I know, I know. I just mean I'm not as young as I used to be. I want to help out with stuff too. But whenever I try, she just tells me to go play with my friends instead.
  • Arthur: Ah, I see. You want some responsibilities of your own, huh?
  • Kana: Yeah! I want to show her that she can count on me. Can you think of any special things I could do for her?
  • Arthur: Hm. I can't think of anything in particular... Usually I just try to be as heroic for her as possible on a daily basis! You know-chase brigands, assist her in battle, iron her clothes. Not many know this, but wrinkles are second only to pirates in villainy.
  • Kana: And that makes her happy?
  • Arthur: Of course! Have you never felt the bliss of donning freshly pressed formal wear?
  • Kana: Oh...
  • Arthur: Hm? You look like you wish to say something, Kana.
  • Kana: Those are all special Papa gifts, right? I can't just copy you... Oh, I know! Let's have a contest, Papa!
  • Arthur: A contest?
  • Kana: Yeah! We'll have a contest to see which of us can make Mama happier! Between the two of us, I'm we can come up with all sorts of things! Whoever Mama thanks the most wins!
  • Arthur: A little father-son competition, eh? Very well. A hero never turns down a challenge!
  • Kana: Really? Yay!
  • Arthur: But remember! I am Avatar's beloved. I am the other half of her heart! And, most importantly, I am the Hero of JUSTICE! Besting me will not be easy, I can tell you that!
  • Kana: That's OK with me, Papa! I'm gonna beat you fair and square!
  • Arthur: Now that's what I like to hear! May the most heroic, just Hero of Justice win!

With Shigure (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Shigure? Back to painting again, eh?
  • Shigure: Hello, Father. Sorry, I didn't hear you come in. I know this is no time for painting, since we're at war and all.
  • Arthur: No, please, don't misunderstand. I'm not upset that you're painting. Quite the opposite, in fact. I'm actually saddened by your situation. I truly believe you could have become a world-class artist in a different time.
  • Shigure: That's very flattering, Father. But I don't know about that.
  • Arthur: Modesty is one of your many virtues. If only there was a way to show off all these paintings of yours. Hmm... I'm sure I can think of something.
  • Shigure: What do you mean?
  • Arthur: Wait, I know just what to do! Eureka! Shigure, we will throw a big solo exhibition for you!
  • Shigure: A-an exhibition? I could never do that! Besides, our troops are on the advance. The setup alone would be way more work than it's worth.
  • Arthur: Don't worry too much about the details. All we have to do is rent a tent and enlist the villagers and soldiers to help. Then we just have to show off your art!
  • Shigure: B-but it seems so vain to reserve a whole tent just for my personal use.
  • Arthur: You're missing the point. This isn't just for you. It's for the whole community! With war raging, we need art to soothe our souls more than ever. That's something that only you can do!
  • Shigure: I'm not sure...
  • Arthur: I'm not trying to force your hand. If you aren't comfortable, I understand.
  • Shigure: OK, fine... Maybe we should give the exhibition a try. But I have to admit that the idea makes me a little anxious.
  • Arthur: Don't be! This will be an incredible event! We need to get started right away. There's no time to waste! I'm going to run into town to start recruiting some helpers. Time is of the essence, and careful preparation is key! Talk to you soon!

(Arthur leaves)

  • Shigure: OK. Thank you, Father.

B Support Edit

  • Shigure: Hello, Father...
  • Arthur: Ah, Shigure! Is something wrong? You look upset today.
  • Shigure: Well... You've done so much to make this exhibition a possibility. I just wanted to say thanks.
  • Arthur: Hahaha! Now, Son, I really haven't done anything all that important. As soon as I started talking about the exhibition, everyone wanted to help. I was asked to stay away after accidents occurred during the preparations. So really, it's everyone else you should thank. But things are going smoothly! Just relax and get ready for your big day!
  • Shigure: I-I'll try...
  • Arthur: Hmm? Shigure, are you nervous?
  • Shigure: A little bit. But mostly I'm concerned about my newest painting. It's just not coming together like I hoped it would.
  • Arthur: Right, the one you're making specifically for the exhibition, yes? While I would love to see a new work from you, time is running short. Is it really necessary to complete one more piece? You already have so many paintings.
  • Shigure: I promised myself that I would get it done. So many people have come together to give me this opportunity. And the final piece really unites the show. I have to keep going.
  • Arthur: Hmm... Is that so? Working yourself to the bone is no good. Please, don't push yourself too hard.
  • Shigure: I'll try not to. Thank you, Father. I should probably get back to my painting.
  • Arthur: Do your best, Son!

(Shigure leaves)

  • Arthur: I wonder why he's so dedicated to finishing this last painting?

A Support Edit

  • Arthur: After tireless preparations, the big day is finally here! Shigure's solo exhibition! I've stayed far away to ensure that nothing unnatural occurred. I'm sure my presence now is perfectly fine. The spectators are still pouring in. There's quite a bit of noise coming from inside the tent. Incredible... The show is filled to the brim. What an impressive turnout! And from what I've overheard, Shigure's art is earning rave reviews. I think it's safe to say that this event is a great success. This was obviously one of my better ideas. But where is the man of the hour?
  • Shigure: *pant*...*pant*...
  • Arthur: Shigure? Why are you out of breath? Did you just arrive? How could you be late to your own event?
  • Shigure: Sorry about that, Father. I've been up all night finishing my painting.
  • Arthur: What?! All night?
  • Shigure: Y-yes.
  • Arthur: Son, I appreciate your passionate commitment to the arts. But if you had made yourself ill, this event could have been canceled. Look around. There are plenty of paintings on the walls. Why was it so important to push yourself?
  • Shigure: I promised myself that I would complete it, no matter what. I made this because I'm thankful for everything you've done for me, Father.
  • Arthur: Wh-what?! Th-this painting...it's of Azura and myself?
  • Shigure: Yes, it is.
  • Arthur: So this is what's taken up all of your time?
  • Shigure: My love for you two is beyond measure. You brought me into this world. Without you, I never would have been able to paint. So I wanted to put all those feelings into this portrait.
  • Arthur: Y-you really took me by surprise. I'm at a loss for words. But I must say... Thank you! I am eternally grateful for this honor, Shigure!
  • Shigure: F-Father, I can't breathe when you hug me so tightly, hahaha.
  • Arthur: You're a wonderful son. I couldn't be more proud of you.
  • Shigure: Thank you. It's an honor to be your son.
  • Arthur: Indeed... Ah! There's no time for dallying! This piece must be put on display!
  • Shigure: Now I'm a little bit embarrassed.
  • Arthur: Why? Because this painting depicts your handsome parents? Be proud! Everyone should see this! There's no doubt about it. This is the finest canvas here! We'll have to find the perfect place to hang it up. Right, Son?
  • Shigure: That's right, Father!

With Percy (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Arthur: Ha ha ha! And how is my boy doing today, Percy?
  • Percy: Ah! Hi, Pop! I'm so glad you're here!
  • Arthur: Ughh, you're too cute, kiddo! Come on over here!
  • Percy: Ahahaha! That tickles!
  • Arthur: Oops, sorry about that. Say, how are you getting along with that dragon I found for you?
  • Percy: Oh, you mean Ace, right?! So great. We hang out all the time!
  • Arthur: Outstanding! I'm glad to hear you two are getting along so famously.
  • Percy: Yup!
  • Arthur: *sniff* Urgh...!!
  • Percy: Is something wrong, Pop? Why are you hunkered down there?
  • Arthur: Please, don't watch, my son! Seeing you caring for that dragon...Well, it made your old pop a little bit emotional. Just ignore me! Uwaaaaaaaaah! I'm burning with joy!
  • Percy: Ahaha! Don't cry, Pop!

B Support Edit

  • Arthur: Ah, there you are, Percy!
  • Percy: Hey, Pop! Were you looking for me?
  • Arthur: Yes indeed, I was.
  • Percy: That makes me happy!
  • Arthur: Outstanding! Your pop is happy too! Listen, remember our conversation about the dragon the other day?
  • Percy: Oh, you mean Ace? Why, is something wrong with him?
  • Arthur: Well... Hmm, how do I put this? Has Ace been doing all right? Acting normally?
  • Percy: Of course! He's a little ball of energy day in and day out.
  • Arthur: He hasn't been aggressive or more ferocious than usual lately?
  • Percy: No, not at all. He seems totally normal.
  • Arthur: Well then, that's good to hear. I'm sure everything is fine.
  • Percy: Pop, why are you acting so weird? Is something bugging you?
  • Arthur: Oh, don't be silly, my boy! Your pop is always doing well. Just to double-check. There's absolutely nothing wrong with the dragon?
  • Percy: I already said that he's OK. Jeez!

A Support Edit

  • Percy: You're looking good, Ace. In tip-top shape as usual. After you finish eating, how about we go train for a little while?
  • Arthur: Hmm...
  • Percy: Oh, hello, Pop.
  • Arthur: Greetings, Son! What a coincidence. I had no idea that you were here...
  • Percy: What are you talking about? I could see you peeking from around the corner. It was pretty obvious...
  • Arthur: Well, ummm...
  • Percy: Geez, what's up, Pop? You really haven't been acting like yourself lately. Is something wrong?
  • Arthur: Well, I'll be honest with you. I've been a little worried about the dragon I gave you.
  • Percy: About Ace? Why? Last time we talked, you seemed really happy to hear that we got along so well.
  • Arthur: I recently discovered that the dragon's parents were both very nefarious creatures.
  • Percy: Nefarious?! But why?
  • Arthur: They had cruel personalities, Son. It was my bad luck to choose the wrong egg. And then, like a fool, I gave it to you. I've just been afraid that you were holding back something... You can always tell me the truth. I just want you to be safe.
  • Percy: So you were just trying to sneak a peak and make sure I was OK? You've been watching us play for a while. Isn't it obvious? Ace is the best buddy in the world!
  • Arthur: Well, he is a handsome devil, and he appears to be obedient to his master. I'm tempted to call him the ideal image of a dragon.
  • Percy: Well obviously! Don't worry, Pop. There's nothing wrong with him.
  • Arthur: Hmm, if you say so. Heh, perhaps your good fortune blew away my bad luck... I'm so happy! *sniffle*
  • Percy: What's wrong, Pop? You're all hunkered down like the other day.
  • Arthur: I'm just trying to hide the fact that your brilliance brings tears to my eyes. Don't mind me! *sniffle*
  • Percy: Oh, Pop, you're not doing a very good job of hiding your tears!

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