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

With Male Avatar (Birthright) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Avatar. What brings you here?
  • Avatar: I decided to take a little stroll. This breeze feels so heavenly!
  • Azura: Mmm. Yes! All of that sunshine filtering through the leaves reminds me of Hoshido.
  • Avatar: Haha! I envy you. In Nohr, we didn't have days filled with sunshine!
  • Azura: Oh, Avatar. How stupid of me!
  • Avatar: Huh?
  • Azura: That was thoughtless of me. I never should have brought that up! It should've been you in Hoshido all those years-basking in the sunlight!
  • Avatar: There's no need to feel bad. It's not like you kidnapped me and took me to Nohr!
  • Azura: I know, but I still feel guilty. I lived with the royal family and received all the love that should have been yours.
  • Avatar: Please, Azura, you shouldn't worry. My life hasn't been as hard as you think.
  • Azura: But I lived in Nohr! I know what that was like. It's a cruel place to grow up.
  • Avatar: That's true. Nohr can be a harsh place, but I have happy memories there too.
  • Azura: Really?
  • Avatar: Of course! I was just remembering this one time... Oh, no! I'm late for a meeting! I'm sorry. We'll have to continue this later!
  • Azura: Yes, I'd like that!

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Avatar! I hoped to run into you. I'd like to hear more about your time in Nohr.
  • Avatar: Of course! Well, let's see... I lived in the Northern Fortress. It was pretty remote. Hmm... I wasn't allow to go outside or have any friends.
  • Azura: That sounds terrible!
  • Avatar: Thinking back, it was hard. However, at the time, I never felt lonely. The servants were like family, and my brothers and sisters visited all the time. Elise came by to hang out every single day.
  • Azura: How sweet of her!
  • Avatar: ...And there was a huge library! You'd never run out of books to read in Nohr! Felicia, Jakob, and I even had a little book club. You see? I was too busy to feel alone.
  • Azura: Hmm. The Nohr you describe is so different I remember.
  • Avatar: Well, I spent a lot of time here. It still feels like a part of me...like home.
  • Azura: It almost sounds like you missed it.
  • Avatar: I do. I miss the Northern Fortress. I even miss Castle Krakenburg.
  • Azura: One day, I'm sure you'll get to go back there.
  • Avatar: I hope so, but first, we have to defeat King Garon and end this war for good!

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Avatar, you're always outside, aren't you?
  • Avatar: Haha! I came out here to unwind, but it's so windy!
  • Azura: Yes. I think a storm is coming.
  • Avatar: I haven't seen such a dark cloud since I left Nohr.
  • Azura: You must be thinking about how much you miss it. I see that wistful look on your face. It's hard to believe we lived in the same country. Our experiences were so different. I've listened to your stories, but it's hard to picture anything good happening there.
  • Avatar: I think many Hoshidans feel that way.
  • Azura: That's why we must bridge the gap. We must work together to end this war.
  • Avatar: I agree with you completely. We can't call one place good and another bad.
  • Azura: You and I are linked by fate. It's so coincidence that we're both here. If you and I work as a team, surely we can bring about peace.
  • Avatar: You know I'd do anything to make that happen! We're in this together, Azura.

S Support Edit

  • Avatar: Hello, Azura. Thanks for meeting me here.
  • Azura: This is becoming your favorite spot, isn't it?
  • Avatar: Yes. It seemed like a fitting place to discuss something...uh...important.
  • Azura: Oh, my. You have a serious look on your face. Is everything all right?
  • Avatar: Yes, I'm fine. I've just been thinking about our conversations about Nohr. Even after our talks, I haven't changed your mind about Nohr, have I?
  • Azura: Well, not exactly...
  • Avatar: I realized all of my good memories of Nohr are thanks to a handful of kind people. Without Jakob and Felicia and my brothers and sisters, I would have been miserable.
  • Azura: So you do understand what I'm talking about after all. Nohr can be a cruel place!
  • Avatar: Yes, but no matter what, there are good people in this world who want to help. There are people who will love you no matter what it may cost them. There are people---right here, right now---who want to stand beside you.
  • Azura: Avatar, what are you saying?
  • Avatar: I want to be that person for you! They could throw us in a dark pit, and we'd be fine as long as we're together. I know it.
  • Azura: Avatar, I'm so happy to hear you say that.
  • Avatar: Really?
  • Azura: Yes! Our fates have been intertwined since the beginning. I believe we were always meant to walk through this life together.
  • Avatar: And now the path is bringing us to a peaceful place! I know it is!
  • Azura: I'm sure there will be plenty of sunshine when we get there.
  • Azura: I...I love you too... Please forgive my many faults...and promise to stay with me, forever.

With Male Avatar (Conquest) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Avatar: Oh, no! Ugh!
  • Azura: Avatar? Is that you? What's going on?
  • Avatar: I'm fine! I was getting some water, and I dropped the glass. Be careful! There are broken shards everywhere!
  • Azura: What are you doing up at this hour? You look like you've seen a ghost!
  • Avatar: I-I'm all right. Really. It was just a bad dream.
  • Azura: Goodness! You must have been thrashing about. You're dripping sweat! Poor thing. Here, have a fresh glass of water.
  • Avatar: *gulp* *gulp* ...Ahhh! Thank you, Azura.
  • Azura: Did you want to talk about it? Your nightmare, I mean...
  • Avatar: Nah. It's no big deal.
  • Azura: Hmm. Your decision to side with Nohr is really troubling you, isn't it?
  • Avatar: Seriously, Azura? How do you figure this stuff out? I can't hide anything from you!
  • Azura: Well, I've suspected this for a few days now. You've been looking dejected. Also... There's the hand-wringing and the sighing and that pouty thing you do with your lips.
  • Avatar: All right. All right. I get it! ...the thing is, I know I made the right decision. I put a lot of thought into it. I really believe this is the best way to bring about peace.
  • Avatar: ...But I have nightmares every night about the Hoshidans I've killed!
  • Azura: Avatar, you knew this path wouldn't be easy when you chose it, right?
  • Avatar: Yes, that's true.
  • Azura: If you believe this path leads to peace, then you have to keep walking down that road.
  • Avatar: You're right. I can't give up just because it's hard. Thanks, Azura.

B Support Edit

  • Avatar: Phew! My patrol is almost done for the night, and everything's nice and quiet. ...Hold up! Did that shadow just move?! *gasp* It's an enemy soldier!
  • Hoshidan: There you are, Avatar...Prince of Nohr! I'll kill you where you stand! GAAH!
  • Avatar: Ha! Nice try, but I'm not going down without a fight!
  • Hoshidan: Ugh! ARGH!
  • Avatar: *pant* *pant*
  • Azura: Avatar! What's going on?! ...Oh, my! Is that a soldier from Hoshido?!
  • Avatar: He slipped through our defenses somehow. Don't worry. He won't be getting back up.
  • Hoshidan: ...Y-you killed my whole family! You and the rest of Nohr! I-I'll never forgive you! Enjoy your life while it lasts! Death and punishment are coming for you! Just wait! Gahaha... Gufffpphh...!
  • Azura: Avatar? Are you all right?
  • Avatar: Yes, I'm fine. I escaped without a scratch.
  • Azura: No, I mean---are YOU all right? That was hard to hear.
  • Avatar: I feel terrible. I robbed him of justice! I didn't want to kill him, but I had no choice!
  • Azura: He doesn't know why you sided with Nohr! Give up and his death will be meaningless.
  • Avatar: It's easy for you to say that. You didn't kill him! Now he'll never avenge his family!
  • Azura: Hmm. I see. In that case, you SHOULD feel terrible.
  • Avatar: Wow. Thanks a lot, Azura.
  • Azura: No, listen... Just because you've chosen this path doesn't mean you have to like it.
  • Azura: Get upset. Throw a fit. Cry into your pillow! I'd be worried if his death didn't upset you.
  • Avatar: You're right.
  • Azura: All we can do is keep pressing on. This won't be the last soldier who dies.
  • Avatar: That's why we have to end this thing!
  • Azura: Exactly! Just remember, Avatar... No matter what, I'm right here with you. Whenever you feel lost, I'll try to help you find your way again.
  • Avatar: Thank you, Azura. I don't know what I'd do without you.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Avatar! *gasp* Oh, thank goodness! I found you!
  • Avatar: Azura? What's wrong? ...And why are you so out of breath?
  • Azura: I came to warn you! There's been a breach! Another Hoshidan infiltrated the camp!
  • Avatar: What?!
  • Hoshidan: You're the prince of Nohr, aren't you?
  • Azura: Oh, no! He's already here!
  • Hoshidan: I'm here to avenge my friends! DIE!
  • Avatar: Uh...
  • Azura: Avatar! What's wrong with you?! He's drawing his weapon! Snap out of it!
  • Avatar: B-but...!
  • Azura: Avatar? ...Fine! You leave me no choice. I'll fight him for you!
  • Hoshidan: ...Huh? She got me...?! N-no!
  • Avatar: Azura, are you all right?!
  • Azura: Now that he's finished, I'm perfectly fine. The question is---Avatar, are you all right?
  • Avatar: Yeah. I don't know what happened. I just froze! I'm so sorry. I put both of our lives in danger. I can't believe I'm so pathetic!
  • Azura: You're not pathetic! You're human---like the rest of us. You care about people! I know you're tired of having blood on your hands. I won't let you do it alone anymore. Now my hands are just as stained as yours. When you can't go on, I'll fight for you.
  • Avatar: Do you really mean that?
  • Azura: Absolutely! We're going to walk this bloodstained path until we reach the end.
  • Avatar: All right. I won't hesitate next time. If we're going down, we'll go together.
  • Azura: I'll be by your side every step of the way. I promise.

S Support Edit

  • Avatar: Azura, do you have a minute?
  • Azura: Of course, but it's so late! You didn't have another nightmare, did you?
  • Avatar: No. I haven't had another nightmare since we talked. I'm doing much better now.
  • Azura: You are better, aren't you?
  • Avatar: Thanks to you. That's actually what I wanted to talk to you about.
  • Azura: Oh?
  • Avatar: The other day, you promised to be by my side. That made such a difference to me.
  • Avatar: Now, I know that I'm not in this alone anymore.
  • Azura: Well, it's true. You're not alone anymore.
  • Avatar: ...But the thing is, I don't want blood on your hands either!
  • Azura: Oh, my! Avatar, that was just a metaphor.
  • Avatar: I know! But I care about you! ...And not just as an ally or a friend... Azura, I love you. I want to do anything to protect you.
  • Azura: What?!
  • Avatar: I can't bear the thought of dragging you down with me! I'd rather know you were unburdened by guilt than have you by my side, suffering.
  • Azura: Avatar, you have a kind heart. I'm not surprised you feel that way. What if things didn't end too badly? Let's make a new promise! What if we keep walking this road until we end up someplace full of hope?
  • Avatar: Do you really think that's possible?
  • Azura: Yes! Avatar, I love you! Let's keep pressing on until we find peace!
  • Azura: I finally know what true happiness is. No matter what happens, dear love... I will always be with you.

With Male Avatar (Revelation) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Avatar: A small lake in the middle of the woods... Reminds me of where I once met Azura.
  • Azura: Oh, Hello, Avatar. What Brings you out here?
  • Avatar: I was looking for you, in fact. I apologize if I interrupted your singing.
  • Azura: It's no trouble. Is there something I can help you with today?
  • Avatar: I actually wanted to talk with you about something I realized. I believe that you and I are in a unique position regarding Nohr and Hoshido.I'm a prince of Hoshido who was raised in Nohr and... You're a princess of Nohr raised in Hoshido.
  • Azura: Ahhh, I see what you mean. I agree that we're pretty unique.
  • Avatar: Because of this background, I think we may have interesting views on the countries. I wanted to talk with you and compare what we each believed.
  • Azura: That is quite interesting...
  • Avatar: We could start with Hoshido. From my perspective, It seems so warm and bright. The land is fertile, and it seems like no one is ever wanting anything.
  • Azura: A valid observation. This bountifulness makes everyone amiable and respectful.
  • Avatar: And yet, they always have the threat of a Nohrian invasion hanging over them.
  • Azura: Indeed, which is quite unfair: Nohr is always the aggressor, and without reason.
  • Avatar: That seems to be the case, but... What if you considered the Nohrian side? Can you try to imagine how the people in Nohr view Hoshido?
  • Azura: I suppose the carefree attitude of Hoshido might look like indifference to others. It could give people the impression that Hoshidans are very self centered. So long as there is peace, the people in Hoshido seem uninterested in the world.
  • Avatar: I hadn't ever heard that opinion before, but I think it could have some merit. It could be one of the reasons that Nohr dislikes Hoshido so much.
  • Azura: I'm glad to be able to look at this situation with a new perspective. I'm sure we'd benefit from continuing this conversation...
  • Avatar: I agree, though we'll have to continue at another time. The day has only just started, and there is a lot to do. Until next time, Azura!

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Avatar. You've come calling again?
  • Avatar: Indeed, I was hoping we could continue our conversation we were having the other day.
  • Azura: Of course. We were going to talk about Nohr, were we not?
  • Avatar: Yes. I spent most of my life in Nohr, and I can safely say it was always gloomy.Besides the dark forests, there was very little plant life among the rocky terrain From what I've read, most of the land is tundra and bad for farming...
  • Azura: I've always heard that the people of Nohr are especially cold to outsiders. It's almost like the world they live in has deeply influenced their mentalities.
  • Avatar: You can dismiss that thinking, though. I know many Nohrians who are kindhearted. Just look at our allies from Nohr if you want proof that that is a misconception.
  • Azura: Interesting, Like with Hoshido, if we look at Nohr with a different perspective... we both learn a bit more. Nohr has invaded other regions many times over the years, but talking about it now... It could just be that their biggest motivation has been jealousy or feeling alienated. After all, anyone would get upset if they were often made to feel inferior.
  • Avatar: And if thats how Hoshido made Nohr feel even accidentally, it's good to know. It doesn't excuse Nohrain actions, but it does help understand them.
  • Azura: And by understanding, we might be just a step closer to bringing peace to the world. If we can find a way to ease the tensions that both nations feel...
  • Avatar: First, we have to eliminate the evil that is getting in the way. But that's for another time, I think. There are many things to do today.
  • Azura: You're right. I'd be glad to continue this conversation later.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Hi, Avatar. Are you here to continue our chat from the other day?
  • Avatar: Indeed I am! We've already covered Nohr and hoshido, so we should talk about----
  • Azura: NO!! Sorry, I mean, you know how it works. You can't say anything here... I can take us through the lake, and then we can talk.
  • Avatar: Oh, of course. What was I thinking?
  • Azura: We'll be there in just another few moments. ...

(Scene Transition)

  • Azura: And here we are. Easy enough.
  • Avatar: It's still so strange to see this place. It's unlike anything in Hoshido or Nohr.
  • Azura: Now that we're in Valla, we can safely talk about it. It... is what you wanted to talk about, right?
  • Avatar: Yes, I don't know why the curse slipped my mind.
  • Azura: You know, Avatar, It isn't really the kingdom of Valla that is a problem. The entire conflict is a result of the will of Anankos.
  • Avatar: That's right.. Anankos, the King of Valla. I was only able to find the occasional mention of him in ancient texts. Usually he was referred to as a sort of god, right?
  • Azura: Whether he is a demon or a god, I am not sure, but he possesses incredible power. I've heard legends about how long ago, a powerful entity gave humans great power. In return, he required their faithfulness. Though this alliance was meant to last for all time, the humans did not honor it. Overtime they discovered and acquired power from other sources. As they did that, they slowly abandoned the entity that had aided them. Insulted by this betrayal, the being went berserk.
  • Avatar: And that being... It was Anankos?
  • Azura: There is no way to know for sure, sadly. It would explain why he's out to destroy Nohr and Hoshido, though.
  • Avatar: What a sad story.
  • Azura: Indeed. But it also teaches us an important lesson, I think. We've talked about the conflict between Nohr and Hoshido... This story teaches us what can result from holding a grudge for too long.
  • Avatar: I agree. We have to focus on what we can do to improve the world. It may mean that we sometimes have to fight, but it doesn't always have to. Anytime we can turn an enemy into an ally, we should at least try.
  • Azura: Indeed. But we've drifted from our topic.... We should head back. It's dangerous to be here by ourselves.
  • Avatar: Very well.

(Scene Transition)

  • Azura: Thanks for the conversation, Avatar. Time flies, and I feel like we grow a lot each time we talk.
  • Avatar: I feel the same. I think we've discovered a special connection between us. I'll always cherish this special friendship.
  • Azura: Likewise. Until next time, Avatar. I will do the same. Looking forward to spending more time with you, Avatar.

S Support Edit

  • Avatar: I wonder if I'll find Azura by that lake again. Can't hurt to check... Is that a shadow over there? I think so... It must be her!
  • Azura: ...
  • Avatar: Oh. Oh! I'm sorry!
  • Azura: What?! Who's over there?!
  • Avatar: It's me! I'm sorry, Azura! I didn't realize that you'd be bathing...
  • Azura: Avatar.. Could you turn around? I need to dress.
  • Avatar: O-of course! I'm sorry...
  • Azura: Ok, you can turn around.
  • Avatar: I can't stop apologizing, Azura. I was coming here to talk to you, and... I didn't see anything, I swear!
  • Azura: Nothing at all, I had a feeling someone was around for a bit before you spoke up...
  • Avatar: Well... Ok, maybe I saw your back. But only for a moment!
  • Azura: ...
  • Avatar: You're a beautiful woman Azura! I couldn't look away!
  • Azura: But peeping on someone who's bathing? That's just... ugh. I'm a bit upset, but I'll forgive you this one time.
  • Avatar: Thank you Azura! I promise to be more aware and more careful. I wouldn't want to end up on your bad side. Especially now that, well...
  • Azura: Pardon me? You kind of trailed of there, Avatar.
  • Avatar: I've been thinking, since we had our last conversation... Talking about major kingdoms, and the reason for this war we fight... All the mysteries that surround things in the world just didn't seem as important.
  • Azura: What are you talking about?
  • Avatar: We could have been talking about the color of the shade of the sky... What was important was being able to spend that time with you.
  • Azura: Oh, Avatar... Honestly, I've been trying to find a way to tell you that I feel the exact same.
  • Avatar: What...?
  • Azura: I also really, really enjoyed just talking with you all that time. I want to believe it was fate that you and I came together. Two people like us, with pasts so similar to each other... It could only have meant to be.
  • Avatar: I think so, too.
  • Azura: Whatever happens in the world... I believe that you and I are tied together, and what binds us together is stronger than all else.
  • Avatar: I'll stay by your side, Azura. We can take on the entire world if we have to!
  • Azura: We'll always be together!
  • Azura: I somehow feel that I have always loved you.. Together we will save this world. Please, Never let me go.

With Female Avatar (Birthright) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Avatar. What brings you here?
  • Avatar: I decided to take a little stroll. This breeze feels so heavenly! Mmm!
  • Azura: Yes! All of that sunshine filtering through the leaves reminds me of Castle Shirasagi.
  • Avatar: Haha! I envy you. In Nohr, we didn't have days filled with sunshine!
  • Azura: Oh, Avatar. How stupid of me!
  • Avatar: Huh?
  • Azura: That was thoughtless of me. I never should have brought that up! It should've been you in Hoshido all those years—basking in the sunlight!
  • Avatar: There's no need to feel bad. It's not like you kidnapped me and took me to Nohr!
  • Azura: I know, but I still feel guilty. I lived with the royal family and received all the love that should have been yours.
  • Avatar: Please, Azura, you shouldn't worry. My life hasn't been as hard as you think.
  • Azura: But I lived in Nohr! I know what that was like. It's a cruel place to grow up.
  • Avatar: That's true. Nohr can be a harsh place, but I have happy memories there too.
  • Azura: Really?
  • Avatar: Of course! I was just remembering this one time... Oh, no! I'm late for a meeting! I'm sorry. We'll have to continue this later!
  • Azura: Yes, I'd like that!

B SupportEdit

  • Azura: Avatar! I hoped to run into you. I'd like to hear more about your time in Nohr.
  • Avatar: Of course! Well, let's see... I lived in the Northern Fortress. It was pretty remote. Hmm... I wasn't allowed to go outside or have any friends.
  • Azura: That sounds terrible!
  • Avatar: Thinking back, it was hard. However, at the time, I never felt lonely. The servants were like family, and my brothers and sisters visited all the time. Elise came by to hang out every single day.
  • Azura: How sweet of her!
  • Avatar: ...And there was a huge library! You'd never run out of books to read in Nohr! Felicia, Jakob, and I even had a little book club. You see? I was too busy to feel alone.
  • Azura: Hmm. The Nohr you describe is so different from the one I remember.
  • Avatar: Well, I spent a lot of time there. It still feels like a part of me...like home.
  • Azura: It almost sounds like you miss it.
  • Avatar: I do. I miss the Northern Fortress. I even miss Castle Krakenburg.
  • Azura: One day, I'm sure you'll get to go back there.
  • Avatar: I hope so, but first, we have to defeat King Garon and end this war for good!

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Avatar, you're always outside, aren't you?
  • Avatar: Haha! I came out here to unwind, but it's so windy!
  • Azura: Yes. I think a storm is coming.
  • Avatar: I haven't seen such a dark cloud since I left Nohr.
  • Azura: You must be thinking about how much you miss it. I see that wistful look on your face. It's hard to believe we lived in the same country. Our experiences were so different. I've listened to your stories, but it's hard to picture anything good happening there.
  • Avatar: I think many Hoshidans feel that way.
  • Azura: That's why we must bridge the gap. We must work together to end this war.
  • Avatar: I agree with you completely. We can't call one place good and another bad.
  • Azura: You and I are linked by fate. It's no coincidence that we're both here. If you and I work as a team, surely we can bring about peace.
  • Avatar: You know I'd do anything to make that happen! We're in this together, Azura.

With Female Avatar (Conquest) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Avatar: Oh, no! Ugh!
  • Azura: Avatar? Is that you? What's going on?
  • Avatar: I'm fine! I was getting some water, and I dropped the glass. Be careful! There are broken shards everywhere!
  • Azura: What are you doing up at this hour? You look like you've seen a ghost!
  • Avatar: I-I'm all right. Really. It was just a bad dream.
  • Azura: Goodness! You must have been thrashing about. You're dripping sweat! Poor thing. Here, I'll get you a fresh glass of water.
  • Avatar: *gulp* *gulp* ...Ahhh! Thank you, Azura.
  • Azura: Did you want to talk about it? Your nightmare, I mean...
  • Avatar: Nah. It's no big deal.
  • Azura: Hmm. Your decision to side with Nohr is really troubling you, isn't it?
  • Avatar: Seriously, Azura? How do you figure this stuff out? I can't hide anything from you!
  • Azura: Well, I've suspected this for a few days now. You've been looking dejected. Also... There's the hand-wringing and the sighing and the pouty thing you do with your lips.
  • Avatar: All right. All right. I get it! ...The thing is, I know i made the right decision. I put a lot of thought into it. I really believe this is the best way to bring about peace. ...But I have nightmares every night about the Hoshidans I've killed!
  • Azura: Avatar, you knew this path wouldn't be easy when you chose it, right?
  • Avatar: Yes, that's true.
  • Azura: If you believe this path leads to peace, then you have to keep walking down that road.
  • Avatar: You're right. I can't give up just because it's hard. Thanks, Azura.

B Support Edit

  • Avatar: Phew! My patrol is almost done for the night, and everything's nice and quiet. ...Hold up! Did that shadow just move?! *gasp* It's an enemy soldier!
  • Hoshidan: There you are, Avatar...Princess of Nohr! I'll kill you where you stand! GAAH!
  • Avatar: Ha! Nice try, but I'm not going down without a fight!
  • Hoshidan: Ugh! ARGH!
  • Avatar: *pant* *pant*
  • Azura: Avatar! What's going on?! ...Oh, my! Is that a soldier from Hoshido?!
  • Avatar: He slipped through our defenses somehow. Don't worry. He won't be getting back up. I didn't want to kill him, but I had no choice!
  • Hoshidan: ...Y-you killed my whole family! You and the rest of Nohr! I-I'll never forgive you! Enjoy your life while it lasts! Death and punishment are coming for you! Just wait! Gahaha... Gufffpphh...!
  • Azura: Avatar? Are you all right?
  • Avatar: Yes, I'm fine. I escaped without a scratch.
  • Azura: No, I mean - are YOU all right? That was hard to hear.
  • Avatar: I feel terrible. I robbed him of justice! I didn't want to kill him, but I had no choice.
  • Azura: He doesn't know why you sided with Nohr! Give up, and his death will be meaningless.
  • Avatar: It's easy for you to say that. You didn't kill him! Now he'll never avenge his family!
  • Azura: Hmm. I see. In that case, you SHOULD feel terrible.
  • Avatar: Wow. Thanks a lot, Azura.
  • Azura: No, listen... Just because you've chosen this path doesn't mean you have to like it. Get upset. Throw a fit. Cry into your pillow! I'd be worried if his death didn't upset you.
  • Avatar: You're right.
  • Azura: All we can do is keep pressing on. This won't be the last soldier who dies.
  • Avatar: That's why we have to end this thing!
  • Azura: Exactly! Just remember, Avatar... No matter what, I'm right here with you. Whenever you feel lost, I'll try and help you find your way again.
  • Avatar: Thank you, Azura. I don't know what I'd do without you.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Avatar! *gasp* Oh, thank goodness! I found you!
  • Avatar: Azura? What's wrong? ...And why are you so out of breath?
  • Azura: I came to warn you! There's been a breach! Another Hoshidan infiltrated our camp!
  • Avatar: What?!
  • (Hoshidan ninja appears)
  • Hoshidan: You're that princess from Nohr, aren't you?
  • Azura: Oh, no! He's already here!
  • Hoshidan: I'm here to avenge my friends! DIE!
  • Avatar: Uh...
  • Azura: Avatar! What's wrong with you?! He's drawing his weapon! Snap out of it!
  • Avatar: B-but...! (weapon clang)
  • Azura: Avatar? ...Fine! You leave me no choice. I'll fight him for you!
  • Hoshidan: ...Huh? She got me...?! N-no!
  • (Hoshidan falls)
  • Avatar: Azura, are you all right?!
  • Azura: Now that he's finished, I'm perfectly fine. The question is—Avatar, are you all right?
  • Avatar: Yeah. I don't know what happened. I just froze! I'm so sorry. I put both of our lives in danger. I can't believe I'm so pathetic!
  • Azura: You're not pathetic! You're human—like the rest of us. You care about people! I know you're tired of having blood on your hands. I won't let you do it alone anymore. Now my hands are just as stained as yours. When you can't go on, I'll fight for you.
  • Avatar: Do you really mean that?
  • Azura: Absolutely! We're going to walk this bloodstained path until we reach the end.
  • Avatar: All right. I won't hesitate next time. If we're going down, we'll go together.
  • Azura: I'll be by your side every step of the way. I promise.

With Female Avatar (Revelation) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Avatar: A small lake in the middle of the woods... Reminds me of where I once met Azura.
  • Azura: Oh, hello, Avatar. What brings you out here?
  • Avatar: I was looking for you, in fact. I apologize if I interrupted your singing.
  • Azura: It's no trouble. Is there something I can help you with today?
  • Avatar: I actually wanted to talk with you about something I realized. I believe that you and I are in a unique position regarding Nohr and Hoshido. I'm a princess of Hoshido who was raised in Nohr, and... You're a princess of Nohr who was raised in Hoshido.
  • Azura: Ahhh, I see what you mean. I agree that we're pretty unique.
  • Avatar: Because of this background, I think we may have interesting views on the countries. I wanted to talk with you and compare what we each believed.
  • Azura: That is quite interesting...
  • Avatar: We could start with Hoshido. From my perspective, it seems so warm and bright. The land is fertile, and it seems like no one is ever wanting for anything.
  • Azura: A valid observation. This bountifulness makes everyone amiable and respectful.
  • Avatar: And yet, they always have the threat of a Nohrian invasion hanging over them.
  • Azura: Indeed. Which is quite unfair; Nohr is always the aggressor, and without reason.
  • Avatar: That does seem to be the case, but... What if you considered the Nohrian side? Can you try to imagine how the people in Nohr view Hoshido?
  • Azura: I suppose the carefree attitude of Hoshido might look like indifference to others. It could give people the impression that Hoshidans are very self-centered. So long as there is peace, the people in Hoshido seem uninterested in the world.
  • Avatar: I hadn't ever heard that opinion before, but I think it could have some merit. It could be one of the reasons that Nohr dislikes Hoshido so much.
  • Azura: I'm glad to be able to look at this situation with a new perspective. I'm sure we'd benefit from continuing this conversation...
  • Avatar: I agree, though we'll have to continue at another time. The day has only just started, and there is a lot to do. Until next time, Azura!

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Avatar. You've come calling again?
  • Avatar: Indeed. I was hoping we could continue the conversation we were having the other day.
  • Azura: Of course. We were going to talk about Nohr, were we not?
  • Avatar: Yes. I spent most of my life in Nohr, and I can safely say it was always gloomy. Besides the dark forests, there was very little plant life among the rocky terrain. From what I've read, most of the land is tundra and bad for farming...
  • Azura: I've always heard that the people of Nohr are especially cold to outsiders. It's almost like the world they live in has deeply influenced their mentalities.
  • Avatar: You can dismiss that thinking, though. I know many Nohrians who are kindhearted. Just look at our allies from Nohr if you want proof that that is a misconception.
  • Azura: Interesting. Like with Hoshido, if we look at Nohr with a different perspective... we both learn a bit more. Nohr has invaded other regions many times over the years, but talking about it now... It could be that their biggest motivation has been jealousy or feeling alienated. After all, anyone would get upset if they were often made to feel inferior.
  • Avatar: And if that's how Hoshido made Nohrians feel, even accidentally, it's good to know. It doesn't excuse Nohrian actions, but it does help understand them.
  • Azura: And by understanding, we might be a step closer to bringing peace to the world. If we can find a way to ease the tensions that both nations feel...
  • Avatar: First, we have to eliminate the evil that is getting in the way. But that's for another time, I think. There are many things to do today.
  • Azura: You're right. I'd be glad to continue this conversation later.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Hi, Avatar. Are you here to continue with our chat from the other day?
  • Avatar: Indeed I am! We've already covered Nohr and Hoshido, so we should talk about—
  • Azura: NO!! Sorry, I mean... You know how it works. You can't say anything here... I can take us there through the lake, and then we can talk.
  • Avatar: Oh, of course. What was I thinking?
  • Azura: We'll be there in just another few moments. ...

(Scene Transition)

  • Azura: And here we are. Easy enough.
  • Avatar: It's still so strange to see this place. It's unlike anything in Hoshido or Nohr.
  • Azura: Now that we're in Valla, we can safely talk about it. It...is what you wanted to talk about, right?
  • Avatar: Yes. I don't know why the curse slipped my mind.
  • Azura: You know, Avatar, it isn't really the Kingdom of Valla that is a problem. The entire conflict is a result of the will of Anankos.
  • Avatar: That's right... Anankos, the King of Valla. I was only able to find the occasional mention of him in ancient texts. Usually he was referred to as a sort of god, right?
  • Azura: Whether he is a demon or a god, I am not sure, but he possesses incredible power. I've heard a legend about how, long ago, a powerful entity gave humans great power. In return, he required their faithfulness. Though this alliance was meant to last for all time, the humans did not honor it. Over time they discovered and acquired power from other sources. As they did this, they slowly abandoned the entity that had aided them. Insulted by this betrayal, the being went berserk.
  • Avatar: And that being... It was Anankos?
  • Azura: There is no way to know for sure, sadly. It would explain why he's out to destroy Nohr and Hoshido, though.
  • Avatar: What a sad story.
  • Azura: Indeed. But it also teaches us an important lesson, I think. We've talked about the conflict between Nohr and Hoshido... This story teaches us what can result from holding a grudge for too long.
  • Avatar: I agree. We have to focus on what we can do to improve the world... It may mean that we sometimes have to fight, but it doesn't always have to. Anytime we can turn an enemy into an ally, we should at least try. (weapon clang)
  • Azura: Indeed. But we've drifted from our topic... We should head back. It's dangerous to be here by ourselves.

(Scene Transition)

  • Avatar: Very well.
  • Azura: Thanks for the conversation, Avatar. Time flies, and I feel like we grow a lot each time we talk.
  • Avatar: I feel the same. I think we've discovered a special connection between us. I'll always cherish this special friendship.
  • Azura: Likewise. Until next time, Avatar. I will do the same. Looking forward to spending more time with you, Avatar.

With Jakob Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: You are the ocean's gray waves... ♪
  • Jakob: What a lovely melody, milady.
  • Azura: Thank you, Jakob. My mother taught me that song. It always reminds me of her.
  • Jakob: Ah. That explains why you looked so happy just now. They must be lovely memories.
  • Azura: They are. That's all I have left of her now... memories and songs.
  • Jakob: At least you have that. I cannot even recall what my mother looked like.
  • Azura: Jakob, I'm so sorry. That's terrible.
  • Jakob: I'm afraid it is, but don't worry yourself on my account. The world is full of orphans. Still, it would have been nice to have learned a few songs. Please, excuse me.
  • Azura: Goodness, I had no idea. If I'd known, I would've chosen my words more carefully.

B Support Edit

  • Azura: I know this is personal, but I'd like to hear more about your childhood.
  • Jakob: Hmm. What I said the other day must have bothered you.
  • Azura: I know I shouldn't pry. I just can't imagine not knowing my own mother!
  • Jakob: Well, I'm afraid I must begin by apologizing to you, milady. I lied. In truth, I remember both of my parents, although I often wish I could forget them.
  • Azura: What?
  • Jakob: You see, they chose to forget me. They let me on the doorstep of Castle Krakenburg.
  • Azura: They abandoned you?
  • Jakob: My parents were well off, but cold. They cared neither for each other nor for me. I cannot recall a single happy memory from that time. One day, they handed me over to be a servant at the castle. That was the end.
  • Azura: How terrible. I am so sorry, Jakob. I didn't mean to bring up something so painful.
  • Jakob: Ah, it is nothing. Don't worry about it, Lady Azura. It's all in the past.
  • Azura: I don't think I'd be able to forget so easily. You're very brave, Jakob.
  • Jakob: Nonsense, milady. Now if you'll excuse me. Lady/Lord Avatar will be wanting tea...

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Yet the waters ever change... (singing)
  • Jakob: I doubt I could ever tire of hearing you sing, milady.
  • Azura: Jakob, you are just the person I wanted to see. I still feel terrible about the other day. I should have known better than to pry into someone's past.
  • Jakob: There's no need to apologize. I can assure you... I wasn't bothered in the slightest. In fact, I should be thanking you. You made me realize how grateful I am to my parents.
  • Azura: Grateful?!
  • Jakob: Just imagine! If I had not been abandoned, I would not be serving Lady Avatar.
  • Azura: I suppose that's a good point.
  • Jakob: When I first arrived at the castle, I was a terrible servant. The others hated me for it! My noble upbringing had not prepared me for a life of chores and errands. I was unable to complete a single task to their standards. I only got in the way.
  • Azura: Really? That's hard to believe. No one is more competent than you now.
  • Jakob: That was not always so. Things got so bad, they were finally going to dismiss me. Just as I was about to be turned out into the streets, someone called for me.
  • Azura: Let me guess...
  • Jakob: Yes, it was Lady Avatar. She was looking for someone to chat with. I desperately wanted to stay and earn a place by her side... So I studied night and day to become a proper butler. And here we are.
  • Azura: I was impressed with you before I ever heard your story, but now, I'm inspired! Avatar is so lucky. I can't think of anyone more loyal than you.
  • Jakob: I am loyal to you as well, milady.
  • Azura: Thank you. That means a lot.

S Support Edit

  • Azura: The path is yours to cliiimb... (singing) Oh! Jakob, is that you? I didn't realize anyone was there.
  • Jakob: Pardon me, milady. I meant to announce myself, but I was entranced by the music. Your singing gives me such peace.
  • Azura: Aww. Thank you. I'm so happy that you can relax around me.
  • Jakob: Indeed, I can. With you, I feel at ease. I am not sure if you realize how rare that is. I've shared more of myself with you over the past few days than with anyone else.
  • Azura: I'm touched that you've trusted me with your story. We've both been through a lot.
  • Jakob: Yes. That's true. I am certain that is part of it. However, there is something else...
  • Azura: What's that?
  • Jakob: I've fallen in love with you, Lady Azura.
  • Azura: Oh, my.
  • Jakob: I know you are a princess and far above my station, but my feelings are so strong... I could not keep them to myself any longer. Excuse me. I will not trouble you further.
  • Azura: Jakob! Wait!
  • Jakob: Yes, milady?
  • Azura: There are so many details of our stories that I wish had turned out differently... But I would go through that pain again and again as long as it brought me here to you. Let's finish our stories together.
  • Jakob: Do you mean that?
  • Azura: Yes! You helped me appreciate the happy memories I already have... And you've given me the desire to create more. I'd like them to be with you. ... Jakob?! Are you alright?! I think he fainted!

With Silas Edit

C Support Edit

  • Silas: May I have a word with you?
  • Azura: Of course, Silas. How may I help you?
  • Silas: Look, I don't know how to say this without sounding rude, so I'll be straight with you.
  • Azura: That sounds ominous, but please, go ahead. There's no need for secrets.
  • Silas: Funny you should say that! You're the biggest secret keeper in the whole army.
  • Azura: I'm afraid I'm not following you.
  • Silas: You hardly say two words to anyone. You're obviously hiding something! So... What exactly are you up to?
  • Azura: Excuse me?
  • Silas: Listen... Maybe the others fall for this mystery thing you have going on, but not me. The war's at a critical point. We can't afford to drop our guard! I have some serious questions about your loyalties. You're a spy, aren't you?
  • Azura: Silas, I apologize if I've given you that impression, but no. Honestly, I don't have any secrets, and I'm certainly not plotting against our friends.
  • Silas: Our friends? Let me tell you something. My closest friend trusts you. If you ever betray Avatar, I will never forgive you. Do you understand?
  • Azura: Perfectly.

B Support Edit

  • Silas: Wha?! Who's there?
  • Azura: Shh! It's just me.
  • Silas: Lady Azura?! Now you're attacking me in my sleep? Seriously?!
  • Azura: This is not what you're thinking.
  • Silas: It's not?! And how do you know what I'm thinking? Now you can read minds too? Oh! What is THAT? A creature of some sort?
  • Azura: You can stop shaking! The monster no longer poses a threat. He'll fade soon.
  • Silas: D-did you k-kill that thing?!
  • Azura: Yes. I was taking my usual evening stroll when I saw it slip into your tent. The monster was about to attack you while you slept. I slayed it at once.
  • Silas: Oh. I had no idea... I'm really sorry I jumped down your throat like that.
  • Azura: There's no need to apologize. People misunderstand me all the time. I'm quite used to it by now.
  • Silas: Lady Azura, wait!

A Support Edit

  • Silas: Lady Azura, I have something to ask you.
  • Azura: Oh? And what would that be?
  • Silas: You saved my life the other day, but I don't understand. Why did you do that? I've been horrible to you. You must hate me!
  • Azura: Of course I don;t hate you. Besides, we're allies, aren't we? You were just looking out for Avatar. I understand why you said those things.
  • Silas: You do? Even after all I said, you still found it in your heart to forgive me...You are a mysterious woman, Azura, but I think I finally understand you. From now on, I'll never doubt you or your loyalty again.
  • Azura: Thank you, Silas. I would enjoy if we could be friends from now on.
  • Silas: Yes, me too!

S Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Silas. What did you wish to speak with me about?
  • Silas: Now that were friends, I wanted to ask—will you tell me one of your secrets?
  • Azura: I thought we were past this. I'm not hiding anything. I told you—I'm not a spy!
  • Silas: No! That’s not what I meant. I wanted to know… Do you have a secret crush?
  • Azura: You mean someone I admire? Why would you want to know that?!
  • Silas: Because I have a secret crush myself. A crush…on you.
  • Azura: Is this some sort of prank?
  • Silas: No! I wouldn’t joke about something like this. I'm serious!
  • Azura: In that case, I'm not sure I'd call it a secret crush, but I've got my eye on someone.
  • Silas: You do? I mean… Of course, you do. I should have known you'd be taken.
  • Azura: Heeheehee.
  • Silas: Please, don’t laugh! Ugh, this is so embarrassing.
  • Azura: No need to pout, Silas. The person I like…is you.
  • Silas: Huh?!
  • Azura: I'll admit it. My feelings were hurt when you said all those things about me. When I realized you were only trying to protect Avatar, I understood. I admired your loyalty and hoped, one day, I might be as bold as you.
  • Silas: That’s so good to hear. Now perhaps we can share just one more secret.
  • Azura: What's that?
  • Silas: A secret midnight stroll. I wish to learn everything about you, Azura.
  • Azura: I would enjoy that too, Silas. So very much. 

With Kaze Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Kaze.
  • Kaze: Milady, are you talking to me? To what do I owe this honor?
  • Azura: Goodness. You make it sound like I've never spoken to you before!
  • Kaze: Well, every time we've talked, I've been the one who initiated the conversation.
  • Azura: Is that so?
  • Kaze: Yes. In fact, all of our conversations have been limited to me delivering messages. But I never took it personally. I know you prefer to avoid people if you can help it.
  • Azura: You know how to put it quite plainly, don't you?
  • Kaze: I am sorry! I didn't mean to be so blunt, milady. How rude of me!
  • Azura: That's all right. You spoke the truth. I need to ask you a favor.
  • Kaze: Consider it done. I will grant anything milady requests.
  • Azura: But I haven't even told you what it is!
  • Kaze: It is my duty to obey without hesitation. Please, tell me how I may be of service.
  • Azura: Why don't you follow me? I'll explain on the way...

B Support Edit

  • Kaze: Milady! About your request from the other day...
  • Azura: Ah, yes. Did everything go OK?
  • Kaze: Yes. The carrier pigeon just returned with this message tied to its foot. Here.
  • Azura: Oh, thank you! ...It says here that she got the medicine. I hope it works good!
  • Kaze: You're such a kind person, milady! To be thinking of your nana who is so far away...
  • Azura: She looked after me all those years. She was practically like family. I've been so worried ever since I heard she'd fallen ill.
  • Kaze: Hopefully the herbs you sent will restore her to full health.
  • Azura: I hope so too, Kaze. Thank you again for your help. You always go above and beyond.
  • Kaze: It was nothing! I am always happy to deliver messages as well as medicines.
  • Azura: ...Oh. What's this? There's something else tucked inside the letter. I wonder--
  • Kaze: That looks like a flower petal. Haven't I seen that flower before?
  • Azura: Oh! Yes! *sniff*
  • Kaze: Milady! Are you crying? Is everything all right?!
  • Azura: *sob* We used to pick these flowers... *sniff* ...all the time! She taught me how to make them into flower crowns. *sob*
  • Kaze: Milady, surely this will make you happy!
  • Azura: It does. It's just... I'm sorry! I can't believe I sobbed all over your sleeve. Excuse me...
  • Kaze: Lady Azura, wait!

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Kaze, I am so embarrassed about the other day. I can't believe I cried like that.
  • Kaze: Don't apologize, milady. Your tears showed how deeply you must care for your nana.
  • Azura: I have so many happy memories playing with my nana in Hoshido. Anyways, I am fine now. Please, swear to me you will forget that ever happened!
  • Kaze: Milady, I am afraid I cannot swear to that.
  • Azura: What?
  • Kaze: The image of you crying, clutching at my sleeve, will be burned in my memory forever. I could not forget even if I tried.
  • Azura: Kaze, that is not fair! Don't taunt me like that. At least promise not to tell anyone!
  • Kaze: Haha! I guess you will have to be extra nice to me in order to keep my silence. Here. If it will make you feel better, I shall renew my vow of service to you.
  • Azura: Fine then. If you insist.
  • Kaze: Milady, I swear to always protect you and your nana even if it should cost me my life.
  • Azura: Goodness, Kaze. That's very chivalrous of you. I've really come to rely on you.
  • Kaze: Should you ever need anything, I will be at the ready, awaiting your command!

S Support Edit

  • Azura: Kaze, do you have a minute?
  • Kaze: Why yes, milady! I am delighted every time you wish to speak with me. I look forward to our conversations. They are becoming a regular thing now!
  • Azura: Yes, they are, but I wish you would stop acting so surprised all the time!
  • Kaze: I am not surprised!
  • Azura: Well, you're blushing! Anyway, there is something I've been meaning to tell you... I have always felt uncomfortable around the Hoshidan royal family. I feel like I've been invited to a party, but I'm the only one not having any fun.
  • Kaze: Well, they are a boisterous bunch.
  • Azura: Haha! Yes. Now, when I feel out of place, I glance over to find you by my side. You give me a little smile, and suddenly, you and I are the only two people in the room.
  • Kaze: Well, milady, you may have noticed that I can be shy too. I know how you feel.
  • Azura: Kaze, having you near makes me feel at home no matter where I am. I often feel alone, but when I am with you, I know that I have at least one friend. I want you to know how much you mean to me.
  • Kaze: Milady, you are stealing the words right out of my mouth! If it was up to me, I would never leave your side. I would marry you if I could...
  • Azura: Kaze, I thought you would never ask.
  • Kaze: You feel the same way? Really?! Please, will you marry me, Lady Azura? From this moment on, I promise to love and take care of you...and your nana!
  • Azura: You are so sweet. My answer is yes, Kaze! Of course I'll marry you!

With Ryoma Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: Goodness! These boxes are heavier than I thought.
  • Ryoma: Azura? What are you doing carrying all of those weapons by yourself?
  • Azura: It's not a problem.
  • Ryoma: Here. Let me help with that. Wow! Some of these are heavy! Why don't you carry that lighter box over there?
  • Azura: Thanks, Ryoma.
  • Ryoma: Would it kill you to ask for help once in a while?
  • Azura: I'm sorry. I think I just got carried away. You know I hate bothering people.
  • Ryoma: It's not a bother! I'd be glad to help you. I'm here for you anytime. Really.
  • Azura: Thanks, Ryoma. Now, please, will you stop worrying about me? Excuse me.
  • Ryoma: Azura, wait! Hmm. I really thought she'd warm up to me one day. I've got to try something else.

B Support Edit

  • Ryoma: Hello, Azura. Do you have a minute?
  • Azura: Yes. Actually, I've been looking for you.
  • Ryoma: Oh? You took our conversation to heart? So what can I help you with?
  • Azura: Nothing! I just heard that you've been talking about me behind my back.
  • Ryoma: Did you? Uh... well, that was a bit of a misunderstanding.
  • Azura: Was it?! Are you saying that you weren't talking about me?
  • Ryoma: *ahem* Well, I WAS talking about you, but not like that.
  • Azura: All right, Ryoma! Which is it?
  • Ryoma: The truth is, I was asking our friends for some advice. ...I want us to be closer. I thought my fellow soldiers might have some suggestions on approaching you.
  • Azura: Oh, my. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to give you such a hard time.
  • Ryoma: *sigh* That's all right. I should've come to you instead. Please, forgive me.
  • Azura: There's no need to apologize. You can make it up to me by doing me a favor.
  • Ryoma: Of course! Anything you ask!
  • Azura: Will you stop fussing over me? Avatar should be your priority now!
  • Ryoma: What does Avatar have to do with this?
  • Azura: Ever since I arrived in Hoshido, you treated me like I belonged. ...But we both know I was never supposed to be here. Avatar is your family!
  • Ryoma: Azura, you're wrong! There's room enough for both you and Avatar.
  • Azura: I've always been happy here. You and Queen Mikoto made sure of that. But now you should focus on making Avatar feel welcome instead.
  • Ryoma: Azura, wait! ...Hmm. Is this why she's been avoiding me?

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Goodness, Ryoma! You’re blocking the whole hallway! May I get by?
  • Ryoma: No! I’m not moving—at least, not until you hear me out.
  • Azura: What do you mean?
  • Ryoma: I’ve been trying to talk to you all week, and every time I approach you, you run away! I’m sorry to corner you like this, but please, Azura you have to listen!
  • Azura: I told you not to waste your time on me. You’ve found Avatar.
  • Ryoma: Why don’t you understand? You’ve always been your own person! You may be here because Avatar was kidnapped, but you’re not a replacement. If you’ll give me a chance, I’d llike to be close with Avatar and you.
  • Azura: Really?
  • Ryoma: Please, Azura. Don’t make me say it again. I’m here for you...always.
  • Azura: Oh. I’m so relieved! I’m afraid I’ve grown pretty attached to all of you.
  • Ryoma: Good. I hope you’ll lean on us a little more...well, especially me.
  • Azura: If you insist.
  • Ryoma: No. I want you to promise me that you’ll ask for help when you need it.
  • Azura: I’m guessing you’re going to stand there blocking the hallway until I say yes.
  • Ryoma: That wasn’t my original plan, but it’s not a bad idea.
  • Azura: All right. Yes. When I need something, I’ll come find you. I promise.
  • Ryoma: Excellent. I’ll be waiting.

S Support Edit

  • Azura: Thanks again for carrying in the groceries.
  • Ryoma: Oh, uh… Sure. Not a problem.
  • Azura: There’s one other thing. I could use some help with this paperwork...if you have time.
  • Ryoma: Mmm-hmm.
  • Azura: Ryoma? Are you all right? You seem kind of distracted.
  • Ryoma: Huh? Did you say something?
  • Azura: Goodness! I’m so sorry. I’ve been dumping all this on you. Clearly, you’re exhausted! I know you wanted me to ask for help, but I think I’ve gone a little overboard!
  • Ryoma: No! Don’t apologize. It’s my fault. I just didn’t expect it to be like this. I told myself I would be content just to make your life easier, but I’m not.
  • Azura: I’m afraid I’m not following you.
  • Ryoma: The thing is I don’t want to run errands and lift heavy objects for you. I want to be there for you emotionally too. I want to be there for you as a man.
  • Azura: Oh, my. What are you saying?
  • Ryoma: Azura. I’ve known you for so long, but I was always to tell you how I felt. You never let anyone get close to you. I wanted to be the exception.
  • Azura: I’ve always felt shy around you. I was afraid my heart would break if I got too close.
  • Ryoma: I suppose we’ve both been trying to make the best of a bad situation.
  • Azura: It doesn’t have to be that way anymore.
  • Ryoma: Are you saying that you want things to be different?
  • Azura: Yes, Ryoma! I don’t want you to open jars for me and carry my groceries. I love you. I’ve been too scared to tell you that. I wasn’t sure you felt the same.
  • Ryoma: Azura, I’ve always loved you. From now on, I’ll be there for you as a man should. Will you promise me that you’ll try to open up your heart a little more?
  • Azura: Yes! I was afraid of losing you, but now, I know we were meant to be together always.

With Hinoka Edit

C Support Edit

  • Hinoka: Azura! Good. I found you!
  • Azura: Are you all right? You seem a little out of breath.
  • Hinoka: Yeah, well. I just ran the whole way here. I needed to apologize to you right away!
  • Azura: Whatever for?
  • Hinoka: Today, I realized...I have been so focused on this war and getting Avatar back, I’ve been ignoring you! I feel terrible!
  • Azura: ...And you ran the whole way here to tell me that? Did you apologize to the others?
  • Hinoka: What? You mean—Ryoma, Takumi, and Sakura? There was no need! Ryoma’s pretty fixated on the war too, and Takumi—well, he’s oblivious. Sakura’s so delicate. I check in on her every day, but you’re strong. I thought--
  • Azura: You thought I’d be fine? Of course I am. You know how I love my alone time.
  • Hinoka: Ah, that’s right. I guess I forgot. Thanks, Azura. I feel a lot better now.
  • Azura: Since you’re here, there’s something I’ve been meaning to give you. Years ago, I found this little pegasus statue for your birthday. But you were so serious about your training, I thought you’d find it silly. I never gave it to you, but perhaps you’d like it now.
  • Hinoka: Oh, wow. I love it! Thank you, Azura!
  • Azura: You’re welcome. I’m so pleased you like it.

B Support Edit

  • Hinoka: Azura, today is all about you! I finally get to take you shopping!
  • Azura: You seem really excited. I told you though... I don't really need anything.
  • Hinoka: Nonsense! Pick out anything you want! The sky's the limit!
  • Azura: Hinoka. I really appreciate it, but I can't think of anything.
  • Hinoka: No problem! We'll walk around this whole market until you find something. Come on!
  • Azura: If you say so...
  • (Screen Transition)
  • Hinoka: Wow, I can't believe we couldn't find you a single present—and still, you look happy!
  • Azura: Hinoka, today was my present. I loved spending time with you.
  • Hinoka: Yeah, but I wanted to repay you for that pegasus statue you gave me.
  • Azura: There's no need to do that. The important thing is that we're close. We're sisters! Oh my, Hinoka? Why are you hugging me so tight? I can...barely...breathe!
  • Hinoka: Hush! Let me hug you just a little longer. I'm enjoying this.
  • Azura: *gasp* OK...!

A Support Edit

  • Hinoka: Hey, Azura. Do you have a minute? I wanted to give you something.
  • Azura: Sure. ...You brought me a necklace? It looks sort of like a flame.
  • Hinoka: Yeah. Sorry it's a bit wonky, I made it myself.
  • Azura: What?! You MADE this?!
  • Hinoka: Yeah. I thought it would go with your other pendant. Fire and water. Kind of like us. Also, I figured anything more complicated would be WAY too hard for me.
  • Azura: Aww, Hinoka! I don't know what to say.
  • Hinoka: It looks pretty awful, but I figured it's the thought that counts.
  • Azura: And I can tell you put a lot of thought into it. Thank you, Hinoka. I'll treasure it. This pendant was a gift from my mother, and now I have one from my sister too. I'll always have a reminder of how much I'm loved.
  • Hinoka: You better believe it! Get ready! I'm going to spoil you rotten.
  • Azura: You already have. I'm so lucky to have you as my sister.

With Takumi Edit

C Support Edit

  • Takumi: All right, Azura. What's going on? You're giving me that look again.
  • Azura: I'm sorry. Your kimono is all twisted at the bottom. You'll want to fix that.
  • Takumi: Uh... thanks?
  • Azura: Oh, and one other thing. I noticed you barely ate two bites of your salad at lunch.
  • Takumi: So I wasn't hungry! What's gotten into you? Any more insights you wanna share?
  • Azura: Actually... Never mind.
  • Takumi: Really? If you have something else to say, spit it out already!
  • Azura: Well, I was just thinking of something Queen Mikoto once told me... She wanted us to treat each other like real siblings.
  • Takumi: My mother said that? Well, we're not kids anymore. There's no need to be so pushy!
  • Azura: I suppose you're right.
  • Takumi: You know I respect my mother's wishes, but you shouldn't try so hard. We're fine.
  • Azura: Thanks. I'll try to stop worrying about it.
  • Takumi: Good. I'll see ya around.
  • Azura: Farewell, Takumi.

B Support Edit

  • Takumi: I guess I should grab a bite to eat and head home. Huh? Is that Azura over there with that kid?
  • Azura: Please, child! I'm just trying to reason with you. If you will just answer my question--
  • Child: I don't have you tell you anything! You're a stranger!
  • Takumi: Azura, where'd you find the kid?
  • Azura: Oh. Hi, Takumi. I think he's lost, but he won't tell me where he lives.
  • Takumi: Hey, kid! Are you lost?
  • Child: Leave me alone!
  • Azura: See? He won't talk to me either. I just want to make sure he gets home safely.
  • Takumi: Relax. Let me handle this.
  • Azura: Do you think that's a good idea?
  • Takumi: Whatcha doing over here, buddy? Are you exploring?
  • Child: Huh? Oh, uh... Yeah. That's right! I'm exploring! How'd you know?
  • Takumi: You look like the adventurous type. So what all have you seen today?
  • Child: Uh... I passed a mountain and a field until I came to this little village... There was a cool shop that sold lots of weapons. A nice man gave me some rice.
  • Takumi: Wow! That sounds pretty amazing. You must be exhausted.
  • Child: ... Maybe a little.
  • Takumi: Well, I've got an idea. I need to get in a workout. Do ya wanna help me train?
  • Child: Huh?
  • Takumi: How about I give you a piggyback ride? You rest while I work out. Whaddya say, coach?
  • Child: Uh... all right!
  • Takumi: Cool. Hop on! Thanks again for your help!
  • Child: Woohoo! I'm so tall now!
  • Takumi: This is great! I'm going to run all the way to your house. Are you ready?
  • Child: Yeah!
  • Takumi: Let's see. We're going to run by the shop and the field and the mountain. Then what?
  • Child: There's a really big tree! It's right next to my house!
  • Takumi: Got it! Let's go find that tree!
  • Azura: Who would have guessed that Takumi would be so good with kids?

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Takumi. Thanks again for your help the other day.
  • Takumi: You mean with that kid? His parents should be thanking me—not you!
  • Azura: Well, I was the one who felt lost. I had no idea how to handle the situation. That little boy wouldn't say two words to me, but you had him under your spell!
  • Takumi: I don't know about that, but I did see a bit of myself in him. Mischievous. Stubborn.
  • Azura: So if I understand correctly, you pretended you were talking to your younger self?
  • Takumi: Sort of! Although your approach might've worked... eventually. You were pretty hilarious trying to keep your cool with that little snot!
  • Azura: Now that sounds more like you.
  • Takumi: Actually, I wanted to apologize about that. ... I haven't made it very easy on you.
  • Azura: Huh?
  • Takumi: Azura, I know I'm not very approachable. The truth is—I do want us to be closer, and not just to honor my mother's memory.
  • Azura: I feel the same way, Takumi.
  • Takumi: Then it's settled. We'll both make more of an effort.
  • Azura: Absolutely.

S Support Edit

  • Azura: What’s that?! I thought I heard a voice…
  • Azura: Takumi, is that you? It’s the middle off the night. Are you all right?
  • Takumi: Uhhh…
  • Azura: Takumi?! You sound terrible. What’s the matter? Are you in pain?
  • Takumi: Mother, no! Please don’t die!
  • Azura: Oh, my.
  • Takumi: *gasp* Huh? Where am I? …Azura! What are you doing here?
  • Azura: Takumi, you were sleepwalking. I think you were having a nightmare.
  • Takumi: *sigh* Oh. I was dreaming about the night my mother died.
  • Azura: I’m so sorry…
  • Takumi: It’s fine. I can’t believe you saw me like that. I’m so embarrassed. Excuse me…  
  • Takumi: Whoa. Azura! What’s with the bear hug? You’ve got a death grip there.
  • Azura: No one will ever replace Queen Mikoto, but I will always be there for you.
  • Azura: We may not be blood related, but we’re still family.
  • Takumi: Azura, I have to be honest. I never wanted you as a sister.
  • Takumi: I’ve loved you since we first met.
  • Takumi: That’s why, when you talked about us being a family, I was so rude to you.
  • Azura: Wow. Takumi, I had no idea. I just wanted us to be close.
  • Azura: Our lives were meant to be intertwined. That’s why I tried to be a good sister.
  • Azura: However, I always wished we were something more.
  • Takumi: Are you serious?!
  • Azura: Do you think I would joke about something like this?
  • Takumi: No, I guess not! I can’t believe we’ve both been feeling the same way this whole time.
  • Takumi: You and I were meant to be together from the very beginning.
  • Azura: Oh, Takumi! Now we’ll be a real family!
  • Takumi: Yes, we will. I promise to take care of you forever.
  • Azura: Me too! Takumi, I love you!

With Sakura Edit

C Support Edit

  • Sakura: Azura, I was just thinking. I haven’t heard you tell a story in a long t-time.
  • Azura: You’re right. With this war going on, we’ve hardly had time to chat. Do you really miss my spooky stories? I’m surprised! I guess you liked them after all.
  • Sakura: No, I didn’t like them! They were terrifying! It’s just that once you started a story, I couldn’t sleep until I knew what happened!
  • Azura: You know, some people actually enjoy being scared.
  • Sakura: Not me! I just like spending time with you and staying up past my b-bedtime!
  • Azura: I still remember. Your eyes were as wide as saucers. You’d be shaking like a leaf! But still, you’d plead with me to keep going. You had to know the end!
  • Sakura: Well, I was really little then. Don’t tell people I was a big scaredy-cat!
  • Azura: Haha, you have my word.

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Sakura. Are you here for another spooky tale?
  • Sakura: No! I'm still haunted by the last scary story you told me!
  • Azura: Which one was that?
  • Sakura: The one about the m-monster in the Nohrian castle.
  • Azura: Oh, that one WAS good! I remember now. I overheard that one from a few of the servants... Hanging in the castle was the portrait of a middle-aged man. At night, he'd sneak out of the painting and steal the maids right from their beds!
  • Sakura: NO! Stop! I d-don't need to hear it again!
  • Azura: Heehee. I'm not sure I told you the ending to that one... On a moonless night, a maid heard footsteps coming from a dark hallway. Everyone else was asleep, so where do you think those sounds were coming from?
  • Sakura: I don't know... Where?
  • Azura: She was too scared to look, so she hurried off to bed. The maid couldn't sleep a wink! When morning came, she rubbed her sleepy eyes and headed to work... Except everyone in the castle was acting odd and speaking in hushed whispers. Then, when they rounded up the maids, half of them had vanished!
  • Sakura: Wha?!
  • Azura: The maid asked around, "Where are the other girls?" "If they overslept, they're going to be in trouble!"
  • Sakura: Wh-What did the servants tell her?!
  • Azura: They said, "What maids? We've never heard of them before..."
  • Sakura: Huh?!
  • Azura: The poor maid searched the entire castle. but she couldn't find a sign of them. The maids' rooms were completely empty- as if they'd never existed! Then she remembered the painting, and she knew. It was him! He'd come for them!
  • Sakura: AHHHH!
  • Azura: The maid wondered why she'd been spared. Was he coming back for her?
  • Sakura: Ahhhh! I asked you to stop! It's too scary. It's TOO scary! Thanks to you, I'm going to have nightmares for a m-month!
  • Azura: Sakura, if you're scared, you can sleep in my room...just like old times.
  • Sakura: But I'm too old to be afraid of the dark!
  • Azura: Haha, are you sure about that?

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Sakura, is something wrong? You look distraught.
  • Sakura: Telling me the scary story was fun for you, w-wasn't it?
  • Azura: Well, the fun part for me was watching your reaction, but I'm sorry if I upset you.
  • Sakura: You know, when we were younger, people used to gossip about you. They said you were cold and aloof. I know it must have hurt your feelings.
  • Azura: Sakura-
  • Sakura: I wanted to tell them they were wrong. They didn't know the real you. That you smiled and laughed and were really a w-wonderful sister! I should have stood up for you, but I didn't! Now I feel terrible.
  • Azura: That's very sweet of you, Sakura, but you shouldn't worry. That was a long time ago.
  • Sakura: I should have told people about all of your good, kind qualities... But I was too shy and scared to speak up. I'm the worst sister ever!
  • Azura: That's not true! I should be the one apologizing. I can be standoffish. However, I never knew it affected you this way. I'll try harder for your sake.
  • Sakura: You w-will?
  • Azura: Yes. but I want you to try harder as well. I want you to have the courage to talk to people, OK? Let's support each other.
  • Sakura: Of course! I'll do my best!
  • Azura: Thank you, Sakura. I'm very lucky to have you as my sister.

With Saizo Edit

C Support Edit

  • Saizo: ...
  • Azura: Um, Saizo? Is there a reason you keep staring at me like that?
  • Saizo: (For once she and I are alone. If I'm ever to tell her, now is the time...) Milady, since you insist. I shall tell you something I should have told you sooner. To be blunt, I don't trust you.
  • Azura: Oh. I see...
  • Saizo: You've always been beloved by the royal family, particularly Queen Mikoto. Yet even so, I simply can't trust someone from the kingdom of Nohr.
  • Azura: I always suspected as much. Your distrust is practically written all over your face.
  • Saizo: Is that so? I had no idea. If you knew, then why haven't you told anyone? If Ryoma found out, he would not hesitate to banish me from the kingdom.
  • Azura: I don't wish to cause you any harm. I understand why you feel that way. I am also well aware of my situation... and of the hatred I must inspire in some people.
  • Saizo: Very well. I suppose there was no reason to stay silent about it for so long. Be warned that I am watching you. If you ever step out of line, I will stop you.
  • Azura: Fair enough. I shall keep that in mind.

B Support Edit

  • Saizo: Argh! how could I be so careless? Someone got a hit in on my foot, and now I can hardly move...
  • Azura: Are you OK, Saizo?! Oh no, your foot! You shouldn't have come to my aid like that. Besides, I thought you didn't trust me. Why did you risk your life to protect me?
  • Saizo: Regardless of how I feel, keeping you safe is my responsability. That's all there is to it. In any case, we're wasting time. Go now. Hurry and return to safety.
  • Azura: No, I can't. I won't leave you here. I think we're safe, for the moment. Our enemies have retreated, thanks to you. So please, let me tend to your injury.
  • Saizo: This is no shallow scrape, milady. To stay would put you in danger, so leave. NOW.
  • Azura: Just as I thought, the cut runs deep. You're losing a lot of blood. And if you can't move it without pain, you might have broken a bone. I'm going to have to bandage this up before it gets any worse.
  • Saizo: Gwaaaaahhh!
  • Azura: You must be in so much pain. If only I had some bandages... ... Here, this will have to suffice...
  • Saizo: Wh-what are you doing, woman?! Why are you tearing your clothes apart?
  • Azura: You need first aid but I don't have access to bandages, so I'm using this for now.
  • Saizo: Milady... Why would you do such a thing for me after what I told you? Huh?! Th-that scar! Where did you...?
  • Azura: Oh, that. I apologize if it makes you uncomfortable. I usually keep it hidden...
  • Saizo: No, it is I who should apologize. I didn't mean to stare. It's just... That scar looks very painful.
  • Azura: ... Will you sit quietly while I tell you a story? That might help distract you from the pain. I got this awful scar during my time in Nohr. Sadly, it was no accident.
  • Saizo: What do you mean? Did someone actually do that to you?!
  • Azura: There were some noble children who were older than I. They cornered me, and... They thought it was funny, teasing the outcast, but it went too far. Anyway, that's how I got the scar. A token of my broken past.
  • Saizo: ... After what they did, do you hold a grudge against them... and against Nohr?
  • Azura: I'm not quite sure myself. It's complicated, but I'd be lying if I said all is forgiven. Though really I think the world as a whole needs to change, not just one part of it.
  • Saizo: I see...
  • Azura: OK, all done. This should hold until we can get you back to camp. Can you stand?
  • Saizo: Y-yes, kind of...
  • Azura: Here, hold on to my shoulders. I know you don't like me, but please accept my help so we can get you to safety. Come on then, let's head back to where everyone else is before they get worried.
  • Saizo: ...

A Support Edit

  • Saizo: Um... Hello, milady.
  • Azura: Hello, Saizo. What brings you here?
  • Saizo: I wish to apologize for what happened on the battefield. I should not have asked about your scar and made you relieve painful memories. I'm deeply sorry for causing you pain...
  • Azura: Please don't be sorry—you didn't do anything wrong. Is that all?
  • Saizo: That is all. I just felt the need to apologize for what happened. Good day...
  • Azura: Wait! I don't need your apology, but isn't there anything else you want to say?
  • Saizo: Something else? I... I'm not sure what you mean by that.
  • Azura: I didn't open up to you would feel sorry for me. That's not what I want at all. An ally fell on the battefield, and I helped him through his pain by sharing my past. No big deal, really. Instead of apologizing, maybe you could just say thank you.
  • Saizo: Oh! Um, I'm sorry... I... Milady...
  • Azura: Hahaha, there you go apologizing again.
  • Saizo: I apolo-... That is to say, I... *deep breath* Thank you, Azura. You did whatever was necessary to help me, and all without thinking twice. I truly appreciate your kindness, though I still feel I owe you an apology... My behavior toward you was unforgivable. I just didn't know... the whole story.
  • Azura: Please, think nothing of it. Honestly, you're even more uptight than I am! No matter what you do or say, you'll always be an irreplaceable ally to me. But if you still feel sorry for me, perhaps you can do me a favor to set things right. If you wouldn't mind, maybe we can put aside our differences from now on. I'm not great at opening up to people, but I promise to try my hardest if you will too. What do you think?
  • Saizo: I'd like that very much, milady. From now on, I shall regard you as a valued ally both on and off the battlefield.

S Support Edit

  • Saizo: Hello, milady.
  • Azura: Saizo, why the long face? Please don't tell me you're here to apologize again!
  • Saizo: No, not quite. Though I would like to offer a token of gratitude for what you did... Back home we have a special salve that can completely heal any scar. If you will allow it, I would like to bring you some to help erase your painful past.
  • Azura: That's really nice of you, but I'd rather you save it for somebody who really needs it. Like you, for example. That scar on your eye is much deeper than mine...
  • Saizo: Ah, yes, but this scar is a part of me now. To remove it would feel wrong. Besides, it's expected for men to have scars. Women must remain delicate.
  • Azura: That sounds kind of silly to me. Are you always this sexist?
  • Saizo: So I've been told. Even still, I hope you'll consider what I'm about to ask... Milady, I cannot shake the desire to take responsibility for you.
  • Azura: What do you mean by taking responsibility?
  • Saizo: Milady, may I... stay by your side?
  • Azura: Huh?! I-I'm not sure I heard you correctly...
  • Saizo: I've learned much from you. Your kindness in the face of cruelty has inspired me. I need to be near you. My feelings are a surprise even to myself, but they run deep. I shall ever be in the service of my liege, Lord Ryoma. That shall never change. But I wish to serve you as well, and to be the man to keep you safe now and forever.
  • Azura: Y-you're not doing this to atone for not trusting me all these years, are you?
  • Saizo: I'm not sure how or why I came to love you, milady. All I know is that I love you. I hope that is sufficient...
  • Azura: Saizo... *sniff* You've made me so happy today! Having your love and your trust means the world to me.
  • Saizo: Wait, does that mean...?
  • Azura: I love you too, Saizo. Please stay by my side, always.
  • Saizo: I've never been so happy. From now on, your heart is mine to protect.
  • Azura: I feel the same way.

With Azama Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azama: ...
  • Azura: Azama, you've been staring at me for ages. Is there something you wish to say?
  • Azama: Milady...there's something I've been meaning to ask you.
  • Azura: Oh? Pray tell.
  • Azama: It's undeniable that you play a rather significant role in our army.
  • Azura: Thank you, Azama, but I don't understand what you're getting at...
  • Azama: You have earned the trust of all and are also expected to inspire our people. What's more, you always work tirelessly in hopes of restoring peace to this world.
  • Azura: ...
  • Azama: At a glance, no one could fail to see that you basically represent our entire army. Yet I wonder, don't you harbor something...different in the depths of your heart?
  • Azura: Something...different?
  • Azama: Yes, something very dark and very deep in your heart. Something most would not even begin to imagine just by looking at you. You wish to save the world, yet there's also this secret corner of your soul...There, you feel nothing can be done to help, and that the future can't be altered. Sometimes I'm quite sure that you and I are similar in that respect.
  • Azura: ...
  • Azama: That's the feeling I get when I look at you. Tell me, am I wrong?
  • Azura: It matters not, as I have no obligation nor inclination to discuss my feelings with you.
  • Azama: Oh my, she's run off. Well, I guess it's just me now...

B Support Edit

  • Azama: Greetings, milady! How are you on this fine day?
  • Azura: You're as duplicitous as always, aren't you? You've made it clear enough that you care nothing for my feelings or well-being.
  • Azama: Ah, how well you know me. Delightful!
  • Azura: Please don't tell me you intend to carry on our conversation from the other day...
  • Azama: Naturally! I absolutely must know all about the inner darkness you keep hidden away. After all, you and I may be two of a kind, wouldn't you say?
  • Azura: I'm not so sure of our similarity, but say you were right about me. What then?
  • Azama: I would share my newfound knowledge with everyone and eagerly watch their reactions. It's fascinating to see someone's true demeanor surface.
  • Azura: I see. Well, I suppose how you choose to conduct yourself is not my business. Still, more than ever I have no intention of ever sharing my thoughts with you.
  • Azama: Wait! Please wait, milady.
  • Azura: What is it now?
  • Azama: What if I promise not to tell anyone of your inner life? Will you tell me everything? If so, I may consider keeping your innermost secrets just for myself.
  • Azura: ...Do you take me for a fool? I have no reason to believe anything you say.
  • Azama: Heh heh heh. You fascinating creature! Now I'm all the more curious about you...

A Support Edit

  • Azama: Salutations, milady! How are you feeling today? All is well, I hope?
  • Azura: Once more, I must ask you to please stop bothering me with false questions. All you really want to know is what secrets I'm keeping, not how I'm feeling. Correct?
  • Azama: You're quite mistaken. I care deeply about how your secret musings make you feel.
  • Azura: Pardon?
  • Azama: Here's my diagnosis, if I may be so bold...I suspect the reason you feel out of sorts is due to your broody and introverted nature.
  • Azura: Whatever do you mean?
  • Azama: You carry the weight of the world on your shoulders, and you bear that burden alone. Yet your heart longs to be free, and you mind craves the comfort of friendship. Don't you suffer from the unfulfilled desire to hare your worries and sorrows?
  • Azura: You're saying my heart...wants to be free?
  • Azama: Indeed. In fact, sharing what's on your mind is the only known cure for brooding.
  • Azura: Hmm...
  • Azama: That same concept can be found in a variety of spiritual teachings. Though really it all boils down to the same thing!
  • Azura: ...Hahaha, I think I finally understand you! You want me to share my troubles with you. You ought to have said so from the start instead of all this roundabout nonsense. You're simply worried about me, is that it?
  • Azama: I suppose that's one way to look at it...but you don't have to take it so positively! I just felt...irritated by your anxious expressions. And I was bored.
  • Azura: You really can't help yourself, can you? You're so spiteful!
  • Azama: You don't really think that. I see right through you, milady. As a spiritual man, I feel it's my obligation to speak truthfully - at times even bluntly.
  • Azura: I see...in that case, I shall endeavor to do the same and share my thoughts with you. At first I thought you were being intrusive for your own amusement...but now I must admit I am happy to learn you were simply worried about me. I will try not to be so guarded from now on and to learn to trust people a bit more. ...Is that sufficient for the time being?
  • Azama: If it means you'll have a sound mind, I could not possibly ask for more.
  • Azura: I believe it will. Thank you, Azama.

S Support Edit

  • Azura: Azama! May I speak with you?
  • Azama: Always. Tell me, have you finally decided to share your inner turmoil with me?
  • Azura: Umm...that's not precisely how I would phrase it, but I do wish to speak openly.
  • Azama: So long as it may prove interesting, I'm all ears!
  • Azura: Haha, fair enough...well, the thing is...I know people often see me as something of a snob. But I wish only to help people and protect the very bonds I'm too shy to make myself. Despite my apparent coldness, I truly do rely on you and the others.
  • Azama: Ahahaha! What a fascinating person you are!
  • Azura: Wh-what do you mean?
  • Azama: I knew all that from the beginning - almost from the moment I first set eyes on you.
  • Azura: But earlier...you said...
  • Azama: What can I say? I do so enjoy seeing how people react to the ridiculous things I say.
  • Azura: ...Hahaha! I suppose that does sound like something you'd enjoy.
  • Azama: All joking aside...I cannot stand this a moment longer. I have reached my limit.
  • Azura: What do you mean?
  • Azama: I'm tired of simply being an acquaintance. In my heart, this is an unforgivable farce. From now on, I shan't leave your side. I wish to protect you, now and always.
  • Azura: Azama...are you saying what I think you're saying?!
  • Azama: My own inner suffering is at the thought of living without your sweet and fragile beauty. That's why I must be close to you...that is, if you'll have me.
  • Azura: Azama...thank you for your kind words. I would be honored to have you by my side. Are you quite sure about this?
  • Azama: My word is gold, at least until I change my mind.
  • Azura: Hahaha, you fiend! I suppose I shall have to get used to you being a tease like that. Though someone so quick to laugh may be an ideal match for me. Thank you, Azama! I'm so happy to know we'll always be together.
  • Azama: The pleasure is all mine.

With Hinata Edit

C Support Edit

  • Hinata: Hey, Lady Azura! Perfect timing! ...Here! Catch this!
  • Azura: Hello, Hinata. You know I'm not very good at catch. ...Oh, my! Whoa! Hmm. I'm confused. Did you really just toss a bag of vegetables at me?
  • Hinata: You got it! I picked up these bamboo shoots at the market.
  • Azura: I'm not sure why you're giving them to me, but I'll pass them on to the cook. Haven't we been eating these same veggies for weeks? Why would you buy more?
  • Hinata: Uh, they were having a sale. A really good sale! ...OK. Fine. The girl at the market was a super salesperson. She sold me on them.
  • Azura: I see. Apparently she was super cute too.
  • Hinata: Wow. How did you know? Lady Azura, can you read minds?
  • Azura: Goodness, no! It's written all over your face. At least they look fresh.
  • Hinata: Come on, Azura. I couldn't help it. If some hot chick tells you, "Please, sir, buy these veggies or my family will starve..." What are you gonna do? You buy the bamboo shoots, right?
  • Azura: I suppose if your wallet's full and your head's empty, that's exactly what you do.
  • Hinata: Aww, man! You're one tough cookie, Azura. Well, I'll see ya around...
  • (Hinata leaves)
  • Azura: Sometimes I worry about him.

B Support Edit

  • Ruffian: Heh. Who knew discovering their secret hideout would be this easy?!
  • Hinata: Hey! You! What are you doing here?! You don't belong here!
  • Azura: Hinata, is something wrong? I thought I heard yeling. ...Oh! I know this girl.
  • Hinata: Yeah, She's the girl from the market! But why is she wearing a disguise?!
  • Azura: I remember you from Nohr. Your parents were nobles! Why are you spying on us?
  • Ruffian: Hmph! You'd never understand! I bet you've never had a hard day in your life!
  • Azura: Well, you're wrong about that. Did something happen to your parents? Are they all right? Let us help you. There's no need to spy on us!
  • Ruffian: Why would you help me? Did you forget how cruel I was to you back then?!
  • Azura: Of course not! But I won't hold it against you if your family is in trouble!
  • Ruffian: I would never accept help from you. I should've killed you when I had the chance.
  • Hinata: Whoa! Now you've gone too far! You're on our turf now. Besides, did you forget? I did you a favor yesterday!
  • Ruffian: By buying vegetables? Ha! You were such an easy mark! You led me directly to your hideout! Now, if you'll excuse me, I've got intel to report!
  • (Ruffian leaves)
  • Hinata: No! Wait! Get back here!
  • Azura: Hinata, let her go. It's too late. By now, she's already told them where we are.
  • Hinata: I can't believe I fell for her act! How stupid of me! I'm so sorry. I'm an idiot!
  • Azura: Don't be so hard on yourself. If you'll excuse me, I'll think of something...
  • (Azura leaves)
  • Hinata: Wait! Lady Azura? Where are you going?!

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Hinata. What are you carrying there?
  • Hinata: This? It's a present! This time, I'll even hand it to you instead of tossing it.
  • Azura: How chivalrous of you! ...Are these bamboo shoots?! Didn't you learn your lesson?
  • Hinata: Of course I did! I bought these at a store from a hairy, old man. It wasn't a trap! You've looked so miserable since that incident with the girl. I thought you could use some antioxidants. Bamboo shoots are pretty good for that.
  • Azura: They're harvested up in the mountains of Hoshido, aren't they? No one has ever given me vegetables as a gift before, but thank you, Hinata.
  • Hinata: Aww. There's that cute smile I've been missing. This might be too personal to ask, but did that girl bully you when you were a kid?
  • Azura: Yes. I thought those memories were buried in the past. I feel bad for her situation now.
  • Hinata: But that's crazy! She deserves whatever she gets!
  • Azura: I'm not so sure about that. We should aim for peace... always.
  • Hinata: That is a noble thought, but I don't think we can ever really forget what's happened. You can't dwell on it, but you can't erase it from your memory either.
  • Azura: Hinata, that sounds very profound.
  • Hinata: Thanks! That was the best I could do on short notice.
  • Azura: Haha! You always know how to cheer me up, don't you?
  • Hinata: Well, I try! Now eat some of these veggies and you'll be in tip-top shape in no time!
  • Azura: Thanks, Hinata. I will.

S Support Edit

  • Hinata: Lady Azura, there you are!
  • Azura: Oh, my. What's happened to you, Hinata?! You're absolutely covered in mud! ...And are those bamboo shoots you're carring again? You must have dozens!
  • Hinata: Sure do! I just got back from the mountains. I harvested a ton!
  • Azura: Goodness. You certainly did. But why didn't you just pick up some at the store?
  • Hinata: They only had a handful left, so I took matters into my own hands!
  • Azura: What will you do with all of them? Surely you're not planning to eat them all yourself!
  • Hinata: Of course not! I got these veggies for you!
  • Azura: For me?!
  • Hinata: Last time I gave you some veggies, you cracked a cute little smile. I thought to myself—I know! I'll get her even MORE veggies! Then she'll smile really big! So I got up super early and hiked to the mountains!
  • Azura: Wow, Hinata. That was very thoughtful of you.
  • Hinata: Well, that's the thing. I can't stop thinking about you, Lady Azura! Will you accept these tender, young bamboo shoots as a sign of my love?
  • Azura: I'm sorry. It sounded like you were proposing to me with a bag of vegetables.
  • Hinata: Yeah, it's not one of my better plans, but it's coming from the heart. We can save the official stuff for later. For now, will you be my girlfriend? Please!
  • Azura: Hinata, I'm touched...and a little shocked! Still, I really enjoy spending time with you. You always brighten my day.
  • Hinata: So is that a yes?
  • Azura: Yes! It's time I had more fun in my life.
  • Hinata: Then I will always be there for you...unless I'm off picking more vegetables, of course.
  • Azura: Hinata, about that...

With Subaki Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello? Excuse me! Is someone there?
  • ???: Ah! There you are, Princess. Now I've got you!
  • Azura: Wh-who are you?
  • ???: Silence! I'm going to kill you!
  • Subaki: Lady Azura, are you alright? I thought I heard shouting!
  • Azura: Subaki! Help!
  • ???: Gah! Where'd you come from?! You weren't supposed to be here!
  • Subaki: Well, here I am! Now, what are you going to do? You'll never win against me!
  • ???: We'll see about that!
  • Subaki: I've crossed swords with better fighters than you, and I am always victorious! If I were you, I'd run while you still can. The rest of our forces will arrive any moment!
  • ???: Mark my words. I'll be back. The princess better sleep with one eye open!
  • Subaki: Whew! Well, that's that. Lady Azura, where you injured?
  • Azura: N-no, I'm fine.
  • Subaki: I am shocked that an enemy soldier could sneak so far into our camp! We must revisit our security procedures. I'll find the flaw and fix it. Don't you worry. I'm sure they'd love to kidnap a Hoshidan royal, but I won't let it happen.
  • Azura: Something tells me that's not it.
  • Subaki: What do you mean, milady?
  • Azura: Never mind. Thanks for coming to my aid, Subaki. I appreciate it.
  • Subaki: Of course!
  • Subaki: Huh, I wonder what she meant by that...

B Support Edit

  • ???: Step aside! The princess is mine this time!
  • Subaki: Well, you're persistent. I'll give you that!
  • Azura: Subaki, careful!
  • ???: Heh! I didn't come alone! Maybe you're the better fighter, but you'll never take us all!
  • Subaki: *yawn* Do you have any idea how many times I've heard that line?

(scene transition)

  • Subaki: Well, that's taken care of. All in day's work! There you are, Lady Azura. I'm afraid a few slipped away. I'll stay close by for now.
  • Azura: I'm just glad you're safe.
  • Subaki: Of course I am, milady. You're safe with me, I'll guard you day and night.
  • Azura: What's that you're holding?
  • Subaki: This? He dropped this armband. It's very unusual, isn't it? I've never seen it before.
  • Azura: I have.
  • Subaki: Have you?! Really?
  • Azura: That crest belongs to some distant cousins of the royal family... Someone in Hoshido hired these people.
  • Subaki: How can that be?! Why would someone in Hoshido want you killed?
  • Azura: I can think of plenty of reasons. I'm not exactly popular.
  • Subaki: Sure. Some people are wary of you, but no one wants you dead!
  • Azura: Maybe so. Either way, you've saved my life twice now. I am in your debt.
  • Subaki: It's nothing! I only wish we'd solved this mystery.
  • Azura: Me too, Subaki. Me too.

A Support Edit

  • Subaki: I've returned from my mission. Finally, the last of the traitors have been dealt with!
  • Azura: Thank you, Subaki. I can't thank you enough for your service.
  • Subaki: It was nothing. Forgive me, milady. Now that the threat is gone, I thought you would be pleased.
  • Azura: What do you mean? Of course I am!
  • Subaki: Unhappiness is etched across your face. Please, won't you tell me what's wrong?
  • Azura: Oh, Subaki. I'm afraid I'll only sound like I'm complaining.
  • Subaki: Nonsense, milady.
  • Azura: It's just that when I lived in Nohr, the servants were cruel to me. I expected it. Then, I came to Hoshido. I love the royal family, but still, some people despise me. What if it's my destiny to be hated? I fear my life will always be in danger.
  • Subaki: Ah, well if that's the problem, you needn't worry anymore.
  • Azura: How can you say that?
  • Subaki: I will protect you from anyone who wishes you harm. You'll be perfectly safe with me.
  • Azura: But what about Sakura? Aren't you pledged to serve her?
  • Subaki: Yes, and since you are Lady Sakura's sister. I am honor bound to protect you as well. You need not fret. I am more than capable of guarding you both.
  • Azura: Heehee... I'm sure you are, Subaki.

S Support Edit

  • Subaki: Lady Azura, may I have a word?
  • Azura: Yes, but let me say something first. Sakura is your liege. Your duty is to her. It's not right for you to be worrying about me all the time!
  • Subaki: Ah. An interesting thought, but that's not what I wanted to discuss.
  • Azura: Oh. What is it then?
  • Subaki: I know you've been through a great deal of suffering, milady. At first, I just wanted to protect you from experiencing more hardship.
  • Azura: Um... I'm not sure how to respond to that.
  • Subaki: I'm not finished. What I've come to realize is that you're a resilient woman. You never stop pursuing peace even when your life is in danger. I admire that. In fact, I've fallen in love with that about you.
  • Azura: Oh, my. What are you saying?
  • Subaki: I love you! Please, allow me to remain by your side as your protector and partner.
  • Azura: All this time, I never realized you felt that way about me. After you chased those men away. I couldn't stop thinking about you. My heart would catch in my chest every time we'd meet.
  • Subaki: Are you saying what I think you're saying?
  • Azura: Yes! I want to be with you too!
  • Subaki: You have no idea how happy you've made me. I'll do everything I can to deserve you.
  • Azura: Oh, Subaki! I'm so lucky to have found you—someone I trust completely!

With Hayato Edit

C Support Edit

  • Hayato: Azura, do you have a minute? There's something I've been meaning to ask you.
  • Azura: Certainly. What is it, Hayato?
  • Hayato: Traveling with all of you has made me realize just how big this world is. Before now, I never even left my village. There's so much to see!
  • Azura: That's true.
  • Hayato: I heard that you've lived all over the world! You must have the most amazing stories! So tell me! Have you met anyone famous?! What's the coolest thing you've ever seen?
  • Azura: I don't want to disappoint you, but I'm afraid I don't have much to tell.
  • Hayato: No way! I don't believe that for a minute. I've seen incredible stuff just this morning! Surely you have something awesome to share!
  • Azura: Everyone's experiences are different. If you'll excuse me. I'll be on my way.

(Azura leaves)

  • Hayato: Hmm... Azura seems to be hiding something. I wonder why.

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Hayato. I came to apologize for the other day. I'm afraid I wasn't very friendly.
  • Hayato: That's OK. I figured out why you didn't want to talk. Just because you moved around a lot doesn't mean you liked it. Am I right?
  • Azura: It wasn't the moving that bothered me. It's just—those times were hard.
  • Hayato: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to bring up bad memories. But can't you think of a least one good thing that happened to you back then?
  • Azura: Well, I did see some beautiful sights. I'll never forget the night sky in Nohr. From the castle, you could see all the way across the kingdom. There were hundreds of tiny lights—as if the stars had settled down on earth.
  • Hayato: Wow! That sounds so pretty!
  • Azura: I remember passing by a little seaside town at dawn. The view was breathtaking! The sun was just rising over the horizon, and there were fishing boats everywhere. They looked like they were sailing across a watercolor painting. It was so beautiful!
  • Hayato: Oh, I can see it all now! You're really good at this. I almost feel like I was there! It makes me so happy to know there are so many incredible places out there to see!
  • Azura: I'm glad my stories can be a source of joy for someone. I'll tell you some more later.
  • Hayato: Yay! I can't wait!

A Support Edit

  • Azura: ...Yes, and over there are the Duet Mountains. Every year, the people from these two villages come together for the festival.
  • Hayato: Aww! They sound like quite the pair.
  • Azura: Yes. People joke that those two towns are married to each other. Then next to the mountain range is a huge field carpeted in purple flowers.
  • Hayato: Purple flowers? Do they smell good?
  • Azura: Yes! In the spring, that whole valley is filled with fragance. *sigh* One day, I'd like to go there again.
  • Hayato: Will you promise to take me with you?! I'd love to see that!
  • Azura: ...Maybe.
  • Hayato: Azura, what's wrong? You got quiet all of a sudden.
  • Azura: I've realized that not all of my memories are bad. There were some goods time too. Thank you for that, Hayato. You're such a thoughtful lad.
  • Hayato: Uh... did you just call me a lad?!
  • Azura: I'm sorry, dear. I didn't mean to offend you.
  • Hayato: Azura, I really like you, but don't you ever say that again! You hear me?!
  • Azura: I won't let it happen again, but I'm surprised it bothered you so much.
  • Hayato: Hmph!

S Support Edit

  • Hayato: Azura, do you have a minute?
  • Azura: Of course. Did you want to hear another story?
  • Hayato: No. Actually, I wanted to talk to you about something else.
  • Azura: Oh. Is this about the other day? I'm sorry that I upset you. That was careless of me.
  • Hayato: I may not look like much to you now, but I'm getting stronger every day. I'm going to keep training so that I'll be ready to protect you.
  • Azura: What do you mean?
  • Hayato: The war won't last forever. When peace returns, we can visit all those places you talked about. Azura, I plan on marrying you one day, and we'll make new memories together!
  • Azura: Goodness, Hayato. That's very sweet of you.
  • Hayato: You think so? Really?
  • Azura: I do. Until then, let's be good friends. We can talk about this more later. Who knows? You might change your mind!
  • Hayato: Never!
  • Azura: Well, we'll see. Either way, you'll always be special to me. You've helped me to remember many things that brought me joy. I'm grateful to you.
  • Hayato: We'll have a good life together, Azura. I promise.
  • Azura: Heehee... Thanks, Hayato.

With Kaden Edit

C Support Edit

  • Kaden: Hiya, Azura! …Geez. You’ve got a scary look on your face right now.
  • Azura: Oh, hello, Kaden. What do you mean?
  • Kaden: It seems like you’ve got a bee in your bonnet—Er, hairdo thingy. What’s up?
  • Azura: I’m afraid I don’t understand. This is my usual face. Nothing is bothering me.
  • Kaden: WOW. That is seriously impressive. Man, I wouldn’t look that uptight if I tried!
  • Azura: No, I guess not. You always have that silly grin on your face, don’t you?
  • Kaden: Ha! Yep! If I’m not careful, people will think I’ve lost my claws and turned into a pet fox.
  • Azura: And what would be wrong with that? I wish I could frolic through life the way you do.
  • Kaden: You do? Aww! You’re making my tail wag. Look! …Azura, is something wrong? You’re giving me a crazy look right now.
  • Azura: Oh, my. Forgive me for staring. I’ve just never seen your tail up close. It’s so fluffy!
  • Kaden: I always forget that you humans don’t have tails. It’s too bad. They’re amazing!
  • Azura: Yes, well, I better get going. (I can’t believe I almost reached out to pet him!)

(Azura leaves)

  • Kaden: All right. Catch ya later. *sigh* Wow. Azura’s so lucky. She’s got that serious look down pat. I gotta practice so everyone will think I’m cool, calm, and collected—just like her!

B Support Edit

  • Kaden: *yawn* Mmm! What a nice nap! …Now how did I get here again? Oh, yeah! I wandered through this field when I decided to roll around in the leaves! They felt SO good. I curled up and went to sleep. Ha! No wonder people call me lazy! …Huh? What’s that?! I think something’s touching my head! ACK!
  • Azura: Oh, my! Are you awake?!
  • Kaden: Azura? Is that you?! What are you doing?!
  • Azura: Goodness. This is awkward!
  • Kaden: What’s awkward? And why are you petting me?
  • Azura: …Er, I was walking through this field when I saw you over here taking a nap. Ever since the other day, I’ve been wondering what your fur felt like. This is so embarrassing, but I didn’t think you’d wake up! I just barely brushed you!
  • Kaden: Is that so?!
  • Azura: Kaden, I’m so sorry! I didn’t mean to disturb you.
  • Kaden: Disturb me? Of course not! Get over here. I’d be honored to have you stroke my fur. I had no idea you were into foxes!
  • Azura: Honestly, neither did I.
  • Kaden: Is that why you left so abruptly the other day?
  • Azura: I’m afraid so. I didn’t think I could resist giving you a little scratch behind the ears!
  • Kaden: Azura, I’m shocked!
  • Azura: So am I. I had this overwhelming desire to reach out and touch that silky-soft fur…
  • Kaden: Well, go on. You can pet me anytime you’d like.
  • Azura: Thanks for being so understanding, Kaden.
  • Kaden: Are you kidding?! This is awesome! I hope you visit me all the time now.
  • Azura: Really? I’d love that.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: That war council meeting went on forever! I know it's important, but my goodness!
  • Kaden: Whoa! You look exhausted. I've never seen such heavy bags under someone's eyes!
  • Azura: Kaden, you probably shouldn't tell people that. Anyway, I'm fine. Really.
  • Kaden: I don't know. You don't seem fine. You look paler than death! Do ya need a nap?
  • Azura: No, I can't sleep. I just lie there with my eyes wide open and my mind racing...
  • Kaden: That sounds terrible! You've got to look after yourself, Azura.
  • Azura: I know. I've just got a lot on my plate right now.
  • Kaden: Well, I can't help with that. I try to keep my plate empty. But I can at least offer you a super-soft pillow. Surely that'll help, right?
  • Azura: Do you mean your tail?
  • Kaden: What else?! Come on, Azura, I'm being serious. If you don't rest, you'll get sick!
  • Azura: I guess you have a point. Your tail does look like it would make a nice pillow...
  • Kaden: The best! Now follow me. We'll find a nice spot to curl up for a nap. Off to bed!
  • Azura: All right, Kaden. Thank you. You're always so kind to me.

S Support Edit

  • Azura: Zzz... Zzz...
  • Kaden: Azura looks so peaceful when she's sleeping like that. She must be exhausted.
  • Azura: Zzz... Zzz...
  • Kaden: I bet she won't mind if I touch her hair. It's only fair, right? I let her touch my tail.
  • Azura: Hmm...?
  • Kaden: Good morning, Azura.
  • Azura: Wha?! Good morning? Did I stay here all night?
  • Kaden: Hahaha! No. I was just kidding.
  • Azura: Oh! I guess I drifted off again. Your tail really does make an excellent cushion. You're going to ruin me! I'll never be able to sleep on a regular pillow again.
  • Kaden: That's OK. I wouldn't mind. Actually, I'd like it if you slept next to me all the time.
  • Azura: Huh?
  • Kaden: Azura, I'm so in love with you. I could watch you sleep every night. I know you have a lot on your shoulders—things I can't help you with. But at least I can be your soft place to fall. Won't you stay with me forever?
  • Azura: Oh, my! Kaden, if I had my choice, I'd never leave your side! You make me feel so at home!
  • Kaden: Then it's settled. You can have me all to yourself...always.
  • Azura: You have no idea how wonderful that sounds!

With Xander Edit

C Support Edit

  • Xander: Hello, Azura. I'm glad I found you here.
  • Azura: Oh? May I help you?
  • Xander: Are you feeling all right? You've been looking a little down lately.
  • Azura: There's no need to be worried about me. I'm fine....Did you need something?
  • Xander: Actually, yes. Avatar and I are holding a meeting to review our military strategy. I'd appreciate if you would attend.
  • Azura: Military strategy? Oh, my. I know nothing about that.
  • Xander: You know more than you realize. You're intimately familiar with both kingdoms. I was hoping you would attend as a mediator. I can count on you to be fair.
  • Azura: Do you really think that's a good idea? I'm not sure I would be of much help.
  • Xander: I beg to differ. Please, Azura. Do it for the good of all.
  • Azura: Hmm... Who else will be there?
  • Xander: Ah, is this about how certain Nohrians may treat you? If so, worry not. No one would dare speak a word against you in my presence. Please, Azura. May I count you in?
  • Azura: Well, it seems useless to argue when I doubt you'll take no for an answer.
  • Xander: Right you are. Well then, let us be off.

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Xander.
  • Xander: There it is again, that doleful look. Please, Azura. Tell me what's troubling you.
  • Azura: I wish you would stop worrying about me. I promise I'm fine. By the way, do you think the meeting went well?
  • Xander: It did, thanks to you. We were lucky to have you as our mediator.
  • Azura: I don't know about that. You do a fine job of leading everyone without my help.
  • Xander: A strong leader needs strong advisors.
  • Azura: Oh, stop. There's no need to flatter me, Xander. I hardly said two words. I was busy stuffing my face with all of that food. What a feast!
  • Xander: You did seem to be enjoying yourself. But still... In between those enormous bites, you said some profound things—just as I expected. Azura, it's quite possible that you could change the course of this whole war.
  • Azura: What do you mean?
  • Xander: I'd like you to attend these meetings regularly. You have a unique perspective. Next time, we'll be discussing my father, and I could really use you by my side.
  • Azura: I don't know, Xander. I still have a lot of bad memories from my time in Nohr.
  • Xander: it pains me so to hear you say that. I hope you'll reconsider... Did I mention dinner will be served?
  • Azura: You're going to drag me there whether I like it or not, aren't you? Fine then. ...So are we going to have those warm, buttered rolls again? Just... curious.

A support Edit

  • Azura: Hmm-hmmm... Laa-la-laa... ♪
  • Azura: Oh! Hello, Xander.
  • Xander: Sorry, I didn't mean to disturb you. You sounded so lovely. Have I heard that song before?
  • Azura: No, I don't think so.
  • Xander: Ah. Well, in any case, I came here to invite you to our next meeting.
  • Azura: Xander, you can drop the act now. I can see right through you.
  • Xander: What do you mean?
  • Azura: You're obviously inviting me to these meetings to give me a distraction! You don't want me dwelling on my past or thinking about my childhood tormentors. You figured if I just went to the meetings, my feelings about Nohr might change.
  • Xander: Azura, you're wrong. I invited you because you're important to our cause.
  • Azura: No. It's time you stopped shielding me from the truth.
  • Xander: The only thing I'd like to shield you from is yourself. You're overthinking this. I need you there because I know I can count on you to be fair. I only want what's best for our kingdoms. We must work together to attain peace.
  • Azura: You can pretend it's for peace all you want. Of course, we all want that. ...But I know you're trying to look after me. Please, Xander, sit down for a moment.
  • Xander: Huh?
  • Azura: Go on. It's my turn to look after you. I want to sing you the song I was practicing. It's a song of gratitude. I want you to know how much I appreciate your kindness.
  • Xander: Me?! Sit idly? I'm not sure about this...
  • Azura: Haha, just trust me. Close your eyes and listen... ♪

S Support Edit

  • Azura: Xander? I'm told you've been looking for me.
  • Xander: I have. Has anyone told you how much happier you look these days?
  • Azura: Actually, yes. It's all thanks to you.
  • Xander: That's kind of you to say. So, I suppose I'll get right to it... *ahem* I would like to ask you a favor. Azura...will you come back?
  • Azura: What do you mean?
  • Xander: Please, come back with me---to Nohr. I'd like you to return home with us.
  • Azura: Xander, that's a big request! I do love being with you...But my time in Nohr was filled with pain. I'm not sure I'm ready to face all that.
  • Xander: Azura, I'm not done yet. It is my hope that you'll return as my future queen.
  • Azura: I'm sorry... Are you asking me to...?
  • Xander: I am. I want nothing more than your hand in marriage. Please accept this ring as a token of my love.
  • Azura: Oh, Xander. My heart wants to say yes, but I'm terrified. What about King Garon?
  • Xander: Everyone in my family welcomes you home. You know my father is another matter. But I'll be by your side. Let's do our best to create new memories---happy ones!
  • Azura: Will you sit down for a moment?
  • Xander: Now?!
  • Azura: Please, Xander. Just listen to this song I'm about to sing, and you'll have my answer. Let me sing this song for you...with love. ♪
  • Xander: Ah... I have never heard a sweeter sound. Thank you, my love.

With Leo Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: You are the ocean's gray waves... ♪
  • Leo: What a lovely melody...
  • Azura: Leo?! How long have you been standing there?
  • Leo: I apologize. I was going to say something but your song entranced me. I don't think I've ever heard music like that in Nohr.
  • Azura: ...My mother taught me that song.
  • Leo: Are you all right? You look a little pale.
  • Azura: I'm sorry. I just remembered something I've been trying to forget.
  • Leo: Is it about your time in Nohr? I've heard terrible stories about how you and your mother were treated.
  • Azura: Leo, please forgive me. I just realized I'm late to a meeting. Excuse me.
  • (Azura leaves)
  • Leo: Azura, wait!

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Goodness! You all sounded so lovely today. I'll see you again soon.
  • Leo: Who were those children you were singing with?
  • Azura: Leo! Shame on you. You know it's not polite to spy on people.
  • Leo: Please, accept my apologies. I didn’t want the singing to end. You looked so content.
  • Azura: Are you all right, Leo? You seem upset.
  • Leo: Yes, to be honest, something is troubling me. Your time in Hoshido was much happier than your time in Nohr.
  • Azura: Leo, Nohr was a dark place for me. Hoshidans were kind.
  • Leo: I've heard stories about the way my father’s servants and mistresses treated you. I imagine you must hate Nohrians. Wounds inflicted at a young age always leave scars.
  • Azura: That may be true, but I don’t hate anyone. After all, there are kind people in Nohr too. You taught me that.
  • Leo: I did? Thank you, but I'm a bit surprised. I thought you must despise us. I am so glad to hear you do not.
  • Azura: Of course I don’t despise you. Now, please excuse me. I am needed elsewhere. 

A Support Edit

  • Leo: Azura, may I ask you a favor?
  • Azura: Certainly.
  • Leo: I would like to hear you sing a song—start to finish. I'm always missing some part… I wander in after the beginning, or I interrupt you and never hear the end…
  • Azura: All right, Leo. As you wish.
  • (scene transition)
  • Leo: Your voice is truly exceptional. I didn’t want you to stop. Thank you, Azura.
  • Azura: You're welcome.
  • Leo: That’s the song your mother taught you, isn’t it? I can tell how much she meant to you. Every not is tinged with love.
  • Azura: My mother showed me that, even in the worst of circumstances, love never fails. With the right person by your side, even a dark place can be full of light.
  • Leo: Azura, I hope you mean that. I'd like to be that kind of person for you.
  • Azura: Leo… You already are.
  • Leo: Would you sing for me again? Just one more time…
  • Azura: It would be my pleasure.

S Support Edit

  • Leo: Azura, I need some advice.
  • Azura: Oh?
  • Leo: Say a man has grown to love a woman, but he's afraid to tell her how he feels. How should he go about proposing? I mean, hypothetically speaking…
  • Azura: Mmm. That is a difficult situation. The deeper the feelings, the greater the risk… If she turns him down, his heart will surely be broken.
  • Leo: Yes. It will.
  • Azura: But, then again, if he's really fallen for her and she says yes, he’ll be elated.
  • Leo: Precisely.
  • Azura: I know this is all hypothetical, but I think it's worth the risk. You should go ahead and ask her, Leo.
  • Leo: What?! I wasn’t talking about me!
  • Azura: Of course not. I'm just saying, in theory, if it WAS you, she’d say yes.
  • Leo: Do you really think so?
  • Azura: I'm certain.
  • Leo: Now you’ve taken all the fun out of it!
  • Azura: What?!
  • Leo: Does it even count if the girl gives him a response before he asks?!
  • Azura: Heehee, I was just trying to help. You looked so stressed.
  • Leo: Do I still have to get down on one knee?
  • Azura: Of course you do! I want to hear you ask me properly.
  • Leo: As you wish, my love. Azura…will you marry me?
  • Azura: Weren’t you paying attention? The girl said yes.
  • Leo: You are so frustrating. I can't wait to spend my life with you. 

With Elise Edit

C Support Edit

  • Elise: OH! Big Sis! Where have you been hiding? I've been looking for you forever!
  • Azura: Hello, Elise. What can I do for you?
  • Elise: Hee hee, it's playtime, silly! I'm just so happy to have a new big sister! We have to spend all out time together so I can get to know everything about you!
  • Azura: Ah, so that's it. Well, I'm very sorry, but I can't play with you right this moment. I have something important on my mind, so I'd like to be alone with my thoughts.
  • Elise: What are you talking about? You can be alone and worry about stuff later, right?
  • Azura: I suppose so, but I would much rather...
  • Elise: Yay, it's settled then! I'm so excited! Come on, let's go play!
  • Azura: I'm sorry, Elise, but I'm going to have to put my foot down.
  • Elise: Don't be so uptight, sheesh! Well, you leave me no choice but to put MY foot down... One, two, three, PUSH!
  • Azura: Whoa, wait! Elise! Please don't push me like that! Goodness, I'm really not sure what to do in a situation like this. Sakura was never this forceful when she wanted my attention, so I just...
  • Elise: What?! Did you just say Sakura? Oh, so you think your stinky sister from Hoshido is better than me. Hmph! I suppose I'd have to be perfect like her to get you to think of me as your sister! 
  • Azura: N-no, that's not it at all! Please, I meant no such thing... 
  • Elise: It's too late to take it back now! You're so mean to compare me to your other sister! 
  • Azura: I-I'm so sorry, Elise. I promise it was not my intention to compare you two. 
  • Elise: I...I just wanted to get to know my new big sister... *sniffle* Now I'm angry... *sniffle* And...I don't want to play with you anymore! Ever! Why don't you just go to a forest and... and make friends with a mean ol' bear! Waaaaah! 
  • Azura: Elise... My, that got out of hand quickly. I really should not have mentioned Sakura to her... I must fix this somehow. I've longed to be close to Elise since she was a baby... 

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Elise...
  • Elise: Yay, it's my big sis! Oh, I mean...it's YOU. I'm not talking to you. I know you don't like me as much as your other sister anyway...
  • Azura: Elise, I'm really sorry about the other day. I know it sounded like I was being cruel, but I swear it was all a misunderstanding. I truly regret saying something I should have known would hurt your feelings...
  • Elise: Ha! Nice try, but there's nothing you could say that would make me forgive you.
  • Azura: I see. Well, this probably won't change your mind, but I brought you something.
  • Elise: For me? WOW! Oh my gosh! I LOVE the pattern on this! What is it?
  • Azura: This is called a kimono. It's something the locals in Hoshido wear.
  • Elise: That's amazing! Are you sure I can have it? ...Ah! Wait! This is a trick! You're trying to bribe me so I won't be mad. It won't work! I'm not some silly kid you can bribe with pretty things. Pretty, pretty things...
  • Azura: You're right, Elise. I know it won't be that easy to earn your forgiveness and trust. Still, I'd like for you to hear me out.
  • Elise: ...
  • Azura: That kimono is something special. Queen Mikoto gave it to me before she passed. After I was taken from Nohr, I hear a rumor about a newly born princess there... I told Queen Mikoto how I felt about this. She listened kindly, as she always did. When I was finished talking, she presented me with this beautiful kimono.
  • Elise: I see... So, um... What did you tell her? How did you feel when I was born?
  • Azura: I told her... that the newly born princess of Nohr was my baby sister. I said I was heartbroken because I would never have the chance to get to know her. I cried and told her how sad I was to lose my sister before ever laying eyes on her...
  • Elise: Big sis...
  • Azura: After giving me the kimono, she dried my tears and told me to have faith. She said on day our kingdoms would know peace, and you and I would be together. This kimono is a token of her belief in that. She told me to hold onto it... and one day, when we crossed paths, to give it to you as a gift. That's why I wanted to see you. I couldn't wait a moment longer.
  • Elise: ...Was Queen Mikoto... a kind lady?
  • Azura: She was the kindest woman I've ever known. I always looked up to her.
  • Elise: Well... I suppose it would be rude to Queen Mikoto if I didn't accept this, right? I guess I have no choice! I don't want to offend her memory, so I'll take the gift!
  • Azura: Thank you, Elise. I know this would have made her as happy as it makes me.
  • Elise: Hee hee, happy to help! Thank you Big Sis! I love it. And... I'm sorry for the things I said. I may have overreacted a tiny bit... I wish Queen Mikoto was here so she could see that we're finally together.
  • Azura: Elise...
  • Elise: Wow, this is pretty! It has kind of a funny shape though, doesn't it? I have no idea how to put this on... Maybe if I tug here a little... Nope...
  • Azura: Haha, it's easier than it looks. Come, I'll show you how it's done.
  • Elise: YAY! You're the best! I love you, Big Sis!

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Elise. You looked so cute in your kimono the other day. All our friends agree.
  • Elise: ...
  • Azura: What's wrong, Elise? You seem distracted...
  • Elise: Oh, um... Sorry, Big Sis. I was thinking about something important, and... Sorry, what did you say?
  • Azura: I just wanted to tell you how beautiful you looked in your kimono the other day.
  • Elise: Oh, thank you! Hee hee!
  • Azura: Elise, is something bothering you? I hope you know you can tell me anything...
  • Elise: Well... When I wore that kimono, I kept thinking about Queen Mikoto's words... When the world is at peace, I want to wear that kimono proudly in the streets of Nohr.
  • Azura: That's a sweet thought, Elise. But you know what that means...
  • Elise: I do. A fight between warring nations won't be easy to break up... I also know some people won't understand my decision to strive for peace. But in my heart I know that bringing Nohr and Hoshido together is the right choice.
  • Azura: Elise...
  • Elise: If I can show our people all the wonderful things Hoshido's culture has to offer... Maybe they'd be more understanding, more open to change. That's my wish. Hee hee, what do you think, Azura? Think it will work?
  • Azura: I think that's a lovely idea. If anyone can achieve such a thing, it's you. Queen Mikoto would have loved to hear such words from Nohr's littlest Princess.
  • Elise: Then it's settled! When the time comes, I'm going to try my hardest!
  • Azura: Elise... You're so cheerful and kind. You truly inspire me.
  • Elise: Hee hee, don't praise me TOO much, Sis! You're making me blush! That's some kimono, eh? It made me want to change the whole world!
  • Azura: Your enthusiasm brings me so much joy. I'm proud of you, Elise.

With Laslow Edit

C Support Edit

  • Laslow: Well. I think that's enough dance practice for one night! I better get some sleep. Now I just need to sneak back before anyone sees me...
  • Azura: Oh!
  • Laslow: OH!
  • Azura: AHH!
  • Laslow: ...AHHHHH! Lady Azura?! Is that you? ...I thought you were a spy sneaking into our camp!
  • Azura: Laslow? My goodness! You startled me!
  • Laslow: Forgive me, milady! But where is your escort? Surely you're not out here alone!
  • Azura: Don't be silly. I see you're by yourself. It can't be THAT dangerous.
  • Laslow: Yes, but you're a woman and a princess. I'm sure our enemies would love to kidnap a member of the royal family!
  • Azura: I see. Well, I was having trouble sleeping. What's your excuse? You like to use these evening hours for your secret dance practice, don't you?
  • Laslow: What?! How do you know? You haven't been watching me, have you?
  • Azura: Would that be so bad?
  • Laslow: Well, it's a little embarrassing! Next time, you should announce yourself.
  • Azura: I'm sorry. I wasn't spying on you on purpose. I didn't expect you to be there!
  • Laslow: All right. ... Well, now that you've seen me, I may as well ask. What did you think?
  • Azura: Honestly, I could watch you for hours.
  • Laslow: Really? I'm flattered! So would you care to join me for a cup of tea? We can continue getting acquainted.
  • Azura: It's a little late for that. Don't you think? Everyone else is asleep!
  • Laslow: Why, yes. I suppose you're right. Breakfast then? We can watch the sun rise together!
  • Azura: I think we both know you're hoping for more than a cup of tea. Please, excuse me.
  • Laslow: Wait! Lady Azura, at least let me escort you home! It could be dangerous!

B Support Edit

  • Azura: You are the ocean's gray waves... ♪
  • Laslow: Did I interrupt you? Forgive me, but from over here, it looked like you were dancing.
  • Azura: My mother taught me a few steps. A good singer must understand dance as well.
  • Laslow: I had no idea your mother danced. What a coincidence! My mother taught me too.
  • Azura: Well, you certainly inherited her grace. You have such lovely, fluid quality... But there's a hint of sadness too. I almost feel as though you are mourning for her.
  • Laslow: You can tell all that just from my dancing?
  • Azura: Music and dance never lie. I don't mean to offend you, but sometimes. I don't think you're entirely truthful.
  • Laslow: What?! You're calling me a liar?
  • Azura: Yes, but let me explain! I've seen you dance in front of the others before... You have great technique, but your dancing lacked the passion I saw the other night. Now that I've seen you dance in private, I know you've been holding back.
  • Laslow: I thought you would understand. I get nervous dancing in front of other people.
  • Azura: This may sound harsh, but dancing like that is unfair to your audience! Practice in secret all you want, but when you step on stage, you're there for them! You must dance with confidence so they can carry your strength into battle.
  • Laslow: I never thought of it that way.
  • Azura: Well, you should. Now if you'll excuse me...
  • Laslow: Lady Azura, please...wait!

A Support Edit

  • Laslow: Lady Azura. I've looked everywhere for you! Did you see me dancing today?
  • Azura: Yes! At first, i didn't even recognize you. You looked so strong and confident!
  • Laslow: I remembered what you said and tried to channel my inner Azura.
  • Azura: Well, your compassion was contagious. We could all feel it.
  • Laslow: It's all thanks to your advice, milady.
  • Azura: Actually, I wanted to apologize about that. I think I was a little harsh.
  • Laslow: You were extremely harsh, but everything you said was true.
  • Azura: I didn't tell you this, but I used to get stage fright. My mother was so talented... I knew I'd never measure up! I was always worried people would make fun of me.
  • Laslow: Really? I had no idea.
  • Azura: One day, Queen Mikoto pulled me aside. She told me my voice was beautiful. I could either learn to sing with confidence or I could waste my talent being afraid. That was a turning point for me. I decided to be brave every time I stepped on stage.
  • Laslow: I hope I can perform with such power one day.
  • Azura: Power? What do you mean?
  • Laslow: Your voice has a special power. Out on the battlefield, you inspire the soldiers. When you sing, you give them strength and encourage them to keep fighting! My mother was the same way. When she danced, she gave everyone courage.
  • Azura: I'm afraid you're wrong. My power comes from this pendant. It's not me.
  • Laslow: Hmm. I find that hard to believe.
  • Azura: Well, if you keep dancing like you did today, everyone will be asking you to dance.
  • Laslow: I promise to save a dance for you, milady.
  • Azura: I wouldn't mind taking you up on that offer right now. What if I sing and you dance?
  • Laslow: I would love that milady. You shall be my inspiration.
  • Azura: ...And you shall be my muse!

S Support Edit

  • Laslow: Lady Azura, is that you? Were you spying on my dance practice again?
  • Azura: I'm so sorry. I couldn't help myself. You were mesmerizing.
  • Laslow: Thank you. That's kind of you to say.
  • Azura: There's a glow about you. If I didn't know better, I'd think you were in love.
  • Laslow: Uh...no! Where'd you get that idea?
  • Azura: Oh. It's nothing. There's a sensitivity to your dancing now... It seemed as though you were thinking of someone special. You can tell me... Perhaps I could put in a good word for you with the lady in question.
  • Laslow: For someone so in tune with everyone else's emotions, you sure can be oblivious!
  • Azura: What?!
  • Laslow: Milady, it was you. You're the person I was thinking about just now. I guess I'm not as good enough at conveying my emotions as I thought. *sigh* If you'll excuse me...clearly, I need more practice!
  • Azura: Wait. Don't go, Laslow!
  • Laslow: Hmm?
  • Azura: What did you mean?! You were thinking of me?
  • Laslow: Milady, I mean exactly that. I'm in love with you, but it's pointless. You're a princess, and I am nothing! Thats's why I can only love you from afar.
  • Azura: Well, now you're the one being oblivious!
  • Laslow: Huh?
  • Azura: There aren't many people I can talk to about music or singing or dance... ...Let alone perform with! I thought we shared something special.
  • Laslow: I didn't realize our duet had such an impact on you.
  • Azura: Well, it did. I don't care if you're a prince or not, Laslow. I want to be with you.
  • Laslow: Really? Then will you accompany me again?
  • Azura: Nothing would make me happier. I'll sing with you in my thoughts...
  • Laslow: ...And I'll dance with you in my heart.
  • Azura: May our song never end!

With Odin Edit

C Support Edit

  • Odin: The time is nigh! Lend me your strength, cursed minions of the unending darkness! Ah, yes...I can feel it... The power coursing through me... I'm unstoppable now! Behold the birth of my new special move... SHADOW DRAGON FIRE ASSAULT! ... Heheh, not too shabby. One day a time shall come when I must use that power...
  • Azura: ...
  • Odin: Argh!! Azura! I mean...milady! I, um, didn't know you were there.
  • Azura: I figured as much. My apologies, Odin. I didn't mean to interrupt your...ritual. Please, pretend I'm not here.
  • Odin: ...Erm, that may prove difficult, as it were. May I ask what you're doing here?
  • Azura: Oh, I'm simply watching you and thinking. Actually, watching you makes me feel happy and calm for some reason.
  • Odin: Milady! What are you saying?! C-could this be...a confession of secret love?!
  • Azura: Oh no, that's not it at all. Don't worry, Odin, it's definitely nothing like that.
  • Odin: Ah, I see... Well, I'm glad you cleared things up so, um, quickly and bluntly...
  • Azura: To be honest, I've been dwelling on some bad memories recently. It's been rough. For whatever reason, watching you do... what you do seems to cheer me up. You make me forget about my troubles and realize how silly it is to dwell on the past.
  • Odin: I see. Um, happy to be of service, milady.
  • Azura: If you don't mind, there's something I've been meaning to ask you.
  • Odin: As you wish. Fire away.
  • Azura: Do you have any bad memories, Odin? Ones you have a hard time letting go of?
  • Odin: ... Hahaha! You can't be serious! One such as me? Held back by bad memories?! Well, if you must know... I suppose I do. Quite a lot actually...
  • Azura: Odin... That was an unexpected answer. Perhaps I shouldn't have asked.
  • Odin: Unexpected? Interesting. Well, maybe I'll tell you more about it sometime. Let's just say there's a place...and the thought of it fills me with fear.
  • Azura: How odd. I wonder what he means by that...

B Support Edit

  • Azura: A suspension bridge is a strange place to meet, Odin. Is everything OK? Oh! Or is this that place you mentioned the other day? The one that frightens you?
  • Odin: ...
  • Azura: Odin?
  • Odin: Heh! Hehehe! Heheh... Ah, thi-this turbulent weather and formidable height... Oh gods, this is bad. This is really bad...
  • Azura: Odin?! What's wrong? You're as pale as a ghost! I guess you really meant it when you told me this place terrified you.
  • Odin: I was d-deadly serious, milady... If only I was graced with your s-serenity.
  • Azura: Odin, may I ask why you are so terrified of heights?
  • Odin: Where to begin... Some time ago... Well, strictly speaking, it's technically some time in the future... Er, anyway, let's just say something very bad happened to me... I was trying to retrieve something, but then something truly frightening happened. Sadly, I am not at liberty to share any more details than that. M-my apologies.
  • Azura: Oh, I see...
  • Odin: M-milady! I can't help but feel I've disappointed you with my secrecy. Th-that cannot stand. I shall have to push myself to share a bit more with you.
  • Azura: Huh?
  • Odin: No, don't try to talk me out of it. You said I inspire you to conquer bad memories... And if th-that's the case, I need to do this. F-face my fears and...and...face them...
  • Azura: I'm not quite sure what you're saying, but there's no need for you to worry about me!
  • Odin: No, it's decided. I'm very particular about maintaining my image. S-so I have to make sure I look cool all the time, especially to my fans!
  • Azura: Your...fans? And I don't believe I ever said you looked cool, but I suppose...
  • Odin: All right. Here I go! DEEP BREATH! This is for you, milady!
  • Azura: Um... Are you sure you're going to be OK?
  • Odin: I CAN DO THIS! Come hither, brave minions of the deep, cold darkness! Reveal yourselves! Come forth from thy eternal abyss! Yes, that's it! It's working! The power! Yeeessss!! Minions, now is the time! Push your master across the bridge! SHADOW DRAGON FIRE ASSAULT! Hyaaaa!!!
  • Azura: Um, Odin? You're being very brave, but... My, I wonder if he realizes running like that is making the bridge much shakier...

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Odin, I've been meaning to tell you how brave you were the other day. Watching you fearlessly cross that bridge was impressive. You were...pretty cool!
  • Odin: It was nothing, milady! Truly, I'd brave any danger to put your mind at ease. If watching me face death helps you cope with your own memories, so be it!
  • Azura: Speaking of my memories... You might not know this, but I was once a Princess of Nohr.
  • Odin: Yes, so I've heard.
  • Azura: It was only my home for a short time. I've never told anyone this, but... I lived every day in fear, as I was constantly tormented by the king's subordinates. It was so bad, so cruel, to this day I can't seem to completely let it go... But you, Odin! You were so brave, the way you faced your fear. You really inspired me.
  • Odin: Azura... Truly, it was nothing. Overcoming the past is no small feat, but I know you can do it. I believe in you. Oh, and I can help! I just came up with a new spell, the Merciless Memory Masher! It will help you overcome your bad memories once and for all!
  • Azura: Ah... Well, I suppose it's worth a shot. What do I have to do?
  • Odin: Just stay put! There's a ritual I have to perform before we get started. Then I'll cast the spell on you using my signature moves. The cool ones!
  • Azura: Um, won't that look a bit...strange?
  • Odin: Of course not! OK, let's get started. You just stay right there and try not to move or blink. Perfect. All right, here we go... Odin Dark summons the power of the night! HEAR ME, NIGHT!
  • Azura:(Oh no, this isn't good. He's really getting into that weird song and dance... He's so focused. I have a feeling this could go on for quite a while... Oh gods... What will I do if someone sees what's happening right now? That might be more traumatizing than my memories. That's it, I can't let this go on...)
  • Azura: Um...Odin? That spell is really amazing! I think it's already done the trick!
  • Odin: Really?! Wow, that was QUICK! Wait, are you sure it worked?!
  • Azura: Yes! It absolutely did! I couldn't feel better! Thank you, Odin! I'm certain my life will be a lot simpler and happier from now on.
  • Odin: It was an honor to help you, milady!
  • Odin: (Although that's really strange, since I hadn't even started the spell yet...)

S Support Edit

  • Odin: Milady! I'm so happy you agreed to come see me.
  • Azura: Of course, Odin. In any case, I wanted to thank you. I've felt much happier lately.
  • Odin: That's great, because I have one more happiness spell I'd like to show you...
  • Azura: A-another one?! But, um, I think that last one was more than sufficient...
  • Odin: Talking to you about our fears has really inspired me. So I came up with a spell... Instead of overcoming the past, this one will ensure your future is a happy one! And so, allow me to unveil my latest masterpiece... Omega Joy Crescendo!
  • Azura: ...
  • Odin: I asked you to come here today so I could show it to you. Nothing fancy this time. It'll be over before you know it.
  • Azura: Um, does this new spell require another ritual, like the one from the other day?
  • Odin: Oh, but of course! How did you know? Once again I'll need you to stand still while I prepare your aura. When time and space have properly aligned, I'll cast the spell.
  • Azura: ...
  • Odin: Let's do this! Keep standing there, just like that. All right, here we go...
  • Azura: I think I'm probably fine without the spell...
  • Odin: Please, I insist! PLEASE! Just close your eyes—this will be really quick.
  • Azura: I guess it's OK...
  • Odin: Odin Dark summons the power of the light! HEAR ME, LIGHT!
  • Azura: (Oh goodness, there he goes again... Ugh, it's just like the other day... At this point it feels like he's showing off more than anything... I bet that's what it is. I need to stop this before it becomes any more traumatizing...)
  • Azura: ...
  • Azura: Um, Odin? Wow, another amazing spell! I can already feel it working!
  • Odin: No way, really?! Great! In that case, open your eyes.
  • Azura: ...
  • Azura: O-Odin...? Why are you kneeling down like that? And why are you holding a ring?
  • Odin: Since I know I'll have to return to my own time one day, I've kept my feelings hidden. But I simply can't go a moment longer without confessing my love! That's the "spell" I was talking about... Actually, it's more like a promise. Azura, I promise to dedicate myself to your happiness. So, um...will you marry me?
  • Azura: ...
  • Azura: Odin, I... Yes! Of course I will!
  • Odin: That's OK, I understand... WAIT, really?! You mean it?
  • Azura: Without you, I'd still be agonizing over my painful past. You've made me so happy. I'm not crazy about your, um, rituals and all that, but I think I could get used to it. Maybe one day I'll feel comfortable being that silly in front of people too!
  • Odin: I can't believe it. I'm so happy! What a relief! Well then, darling, shall we finish the spell?
  • Azura: Um, you know, I think we should probably call that spell done. Let's go tell everyone our happy news! Right this moment! I'll go first!
  • Odin: But what about the spell? You haven't seen the best part! Azuraaaa!

With Niles Edit

C Support Edit

  • Niles: Lady Azura, might I entice you over here for a little chat?
  • Azura: Uh...
  • Niles: What's the matter? You don't look busy right now. Surely you can spare a moment.
  • Azura: It's not that. It's just... What in the world do you and I have to discuss?
  • Niles: Why, we could talk about any number of things!
  • Azura: Niles, I'm not trying to be rude, but you have a reputation for being inappropriate!
  • Niles: That I do! But fear not, milady. I swear to keep my tongue under tight reign with you. I would never want to bring you disgrace by exposing those lovely ears to my filth.
  • Azura: Are you being serious?
  • Niles: You have my word.
  • Azura: I have to confess. I'm a little shocked. I never knew you could be such a gentleman.
  • Niles: Well, give me a chance sometime. There's more I'd like to explain, but not just yet.
  • Azura: Alright, Niles. I'll wait.

B Support Edit

  • Niles: Lady Azura, I'm sorry I left you hanging the other day.
  • Azura: Our conversation ended on a mysterious note, didn't it?
  • Niles: Let me explain. You see---I believe that you and I are cut from the same cloth.
  • Azura: Do you? And HOW exactly is that?
  • Niles: Well, you don't have to look so horrified. At least, allow me to finish! You and I have both experienced real suffering unlike most of the idiots we know.
  • Azura: What do you mean?
  • Niles: As a child, I was abandoned by my parents and had to fend for myself in the slums. Before Lord Leo accepted me as his retainer, I was literally living in the gutter...
  • Azura: I had no idea!
  • Niles: It left me with a low tolerance for people who lack compassion. I cannot stand shallow people! I try to avoid them at all costs.
  • Azura: I understand.
  • Niles: I know you do. I can tell that you are different from the others, milady. In fact, I get the impression that your childhood was no picnic either. You keep your distance by being aloof, while I actively drive people away. The more people I offend, the fewer I have to put up with. See? We're quite the same.
  • Azura: You have a point there.
  • Niles: I thought we should be friends since we've got so much in common.
  • Azura: I'm a little surprised by all this, but I'm glad to give you a chance.
  • Niles: Good. We'll talk soon then. I look forward to it.
  • Azura: Me too, Niles.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Niles, so we meet again.
  • Niles: Yes.
  • Azura: So...
  • Niles: Ah...
  • Azura: ...Hmm. This is awkward. I have no idea what we should talk about! I usually try to avoid making idle chitchat.
  • Niles: I know what you mean. I can think of a hundred ways to make someone cringe. But when it comes to small talk, I'm at a loss. *sigh* We're like porcupines--- aren't we?
  • Azura: Porcupines?!
  • Niles: Yes. We've armed ourselves with barbs to drive other people away. Even if I wanted to get close to someone, I'd probably stab them on accident.
  • Azura: I'd prefer to think of myself as a rose, not a porcupine--- but I see what you mean.
  • Niles: Making friends is hard, isn't it?
  • Azura: It doesn't have to be.
  • Niles: No?
  • Azura: Honestly, Niles, I feel closer to you already. You've shown me another side to you. I think we're doing well for two porcupines! Any closer, and we'll only injure each other.
  • Niles: Ah, that's fair. We should probably keep a safe distance then.
  • Azura: Yes. Perhaps we should discuss the weather. Isn't that what others do?
  • Niles: I believe you're right. Hmm... I rather enjoy sunny days like this. Don't you?
  • Azura: Yes! But my favorite are snowy winter mornings. I get up early and make cocoa...

S Support Edit

  • Azura: Niles, is something wrong? You have a very serious look on your face.
  • Niles: I need to be honest with you.
  • Azura: Hold on right there! Is that what I think it is?!
  • Niles: This? It's a ring.
  • Azura: That better not be a wedding ring!
  • Niles: Would that be such a problem? Lady Azura, you're all I can think about...
  • Azura: Let's slow down a minute and discuss this like two reasonable adults. Niles, I do have feelings for you, but we've barely managed to discuss the weather! It's like you said... If we get too close, we'll only end up hurting each other.
  • Niles: Who says we have to get any closer?
  • Azura: But you said---
  • Niles: I don't want to ruin what we have now, and neither do you. This ring is a sign of my commitment to you. I want to be with you forever... even if it must be from a safe distance.
  • Azura: Do you really mean that? I am so grateful we found each other. I'll treasure this ring---and you---always.
  • Niles: Thank you, milady. I never expected to find such happiness.

With Arthur 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...
  • Athur: 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, here 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 Benny Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: Hmm-hmm-hmmm... ♪
  • Benny: Lady Azura? Your singing is so gentle and soothing, but it sounds a little sad.
  • Azura: Oh. I didn't realize anyone was listening.
  • Benny: I'm sorry. I shouldn't have interrupted you.
  • Azura: Wait, Benny. You don't have to go.
  • Benny: OK.
  • Azura: I've been trying to remember a song my mother sang to me when I was little.
  • Benny: Oh?
  • Azura: It was so beautiful, but I can't remember any of the words. Goodness! I don't know why I'm bothering you with all of this. Please, excuse me.
  • Benny: You don't have to apologize, milady. I hope you can remember your special song.
  • Azura: Thank you, Benny. I hope so too.

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Benny. I see you over there. Did you want to ask me something?
  • Benny: Oh. Hi, Lady Azura. Did you remember the words to that song you were singing?
  • Azura: No. I'm afraid not. It's locked away in my memory somewhere. I can't remember a single verse. I just know that I used to love it.
  • Benny: Aww. That's really sad. It's hard to lose something you enjoyed so much.
  • Azura: Yes, truly.
  • Benny: Do you have any other memories from back then?
  • Azura: I can picture my mother's face smiling back at me. She always smiled when she sang. ...Oh, dear. It looks like my melancholy has rubbed off on you. Benny, you look so blue!
  • Benny: I'm sorry. Your story made me sad.
  • Azura: No, please don't apologize. I shouldn't have dumped my worries on you like this.
  • Benny: Someone once told me, "Problems are easier when they're shared."
  • Azura: Thanks. That's sweet of you to say, but I don't think we'll be able to solve this one.
  • Benny: Maybe not, but I'd be happy to help you try.
  • Azura: Thank you, Benny. You have such a kind heart.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Benny.
  • Benny: Was that you singing just now? I heard the sweetest, most heartwarming tune.
  • Azura: Yes. I'm so glad you're here. I remembered the song my mother used to sing to me!
  • Benny: Really?! You must be so happy. You really love that song, huh?
  • Azura: I do. It makes me feel close to her.
  • Benny: It sounded like the most beautiful lullaby. Did someone help you remember it?
  • Azura: Yes, actually someone did help me. ...It was you, Benny.
  • Benny: Huh? But how did I help? I never even heard it before.
  • Azura: The song is called "Bonds," and the lyrics are about how we're bonded together. It's our caring hearts that connect us. You helped me remember that. Once I thought about your kindness to me, the words came back to me as if by magic.
  • Benny: ...And I did that?
  • Azura: Yes, Benny. I have you to thank!
  • Benny: Oh, wow. Would you mind singing it again—just one more time?
  • Azura: Certainly, Benny. I'll sing it as often as you like. Now close your eyes...

S Support Edit

  • Benny: Lady Azura, there's, uh, something I want to say.
  • Azura: Oh. Well, go on, Benny. What is it?
  • Benny: Uh...I'm not very good with words.
  • Azura: That's all right. Just take your time. I understand. I can be shy too.
  • Benny: Thanks. Uh...
  • Azura: It's OK, Benny. Whatever it is, you can tell me.
  • Benny: Uh... I don't know how else to put this, so I'm just gonna spit it out.
  • Azura: I am ready anytime.
  • Benny: Will you... Will you marry me?
  • Azura: Oh, my.
  • Benny: I love you. I might not make the smartest husband, but I'll always take care of you.
  • Azura: Well, Benny, you sure know how to put a fine point on things, don't you?
  • Benny: I'm sorry. You deserve prettier words.
  • Azura: Please. Don't apologize. Your honesty is one of your best qualities. It's right up there with your kind heart and gentle spirit. Benny, you might be a man of few words, but I love all of them.
  • Benny: You do?
  • Azura: Yes! You've helped me to remember a part of myself I thought I'd lost. I'll never be able to repay you for that, but I'd like to spend my life trying.
  • Benny: Does that mean...?
  • Azura: Yes! My answer is yes!
  • Benny: Oh, wow. I never expected this. I love you, Azura!
  • Azura: I love you too, Benny!

With Keaton Edit

C Support Edit

  • Keaton: Hey, Azura. You're looking down. Did someone nab your favorite treasure?
  • Azura: No. I don't know what you're talking about. I'm always like this.
  • Keaton: Come to think of it, I guess that's true. You always seem a little blue.
  • Azura: I'm just not talented at showing my emotions—not like you anyway.
  • Keaton: Haha! You make it sound like some sort of skill. I can't help it. How I feel is written all over my face!
  • Azura: It may be easy for you, Keaton, but not everyone is the same.
  • Keaton: Would you like a little help then? I could teach you. You know what, don't answer. I'm gonna do it. I'll teach you to express yourself!
  • Azura: Oh, my. Why do I have a bad feeling about this?

B Support Edit

  • Keaton: All right, Azura. Are you ready for your crash course in facial expressions?
  • Azura: No, but it doesn't seem like you're giving me much choice in the matter.
  • Keaton: That's the spirit! Now, close your eyes and hold out your hands like so. What?! You don't trust me? Sheesh! Do ya wanna improve or not? ...I thought so! That's better. Now keep 'em closed. Here. Hold this.
  • Azura: Oh. What is that? It feels...squishy.
  • Keaton: OK! Open your eyes! Surprise!
  • Azura: This is a frog.
  • Keaton: Huh. Last time I did this to a girl, she screamed and threw the frog at me. You're not going to react at all?! Not even a little flinch?
  • Azura: ...I'm holding a frog.
  • Keaton: Oh, I get it. You like frogs, don't you? Awesome! I was sure they'd freak you out.
  • Azura: Oh, no. They bother me.
  • Keaton: Then why are you just standing there? Why don't you jump or cry or something?
  • Azura: I don't know.
  • Keaton: Hmm. You're a tougher case than I thought. But don't worry. I've got a plan B. I'm going to make you angry. ...Lady Azura, you are a terrible singer!
  • Azura: No one has ever told me that before.
  • Keaton: Well? Does it make you mad?
  • Azura: Yes, it does. I'm very angry with you right now.
  • Keaton: Huh. You're telling me you're mad, but your face is telling me...nothing. You really are carved from stone, aren't you?!
  • Azura: Keaton, I'm leaving.
  • Keaton: Wait a minute! You can't leave in the middle of training! We're not finished!

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Oh...Keaton. It's you.
  • Keaton: Hey, Azura. You're not still mad at me, are you?
  • Azura: Yes. I'm absolutely livid.
  • Keaton: Wow. I'm really sorry. I only said those things to try to get a rise out of you.
  • Azura: You said that I'm a terrible singer.
  • Keaton: But that's obviously not true! You're the best singer I've ever heard!
  • Azura: Really?
  • Keaton: Yes. Really!
  • Azura: So you lied?
  • Keaton: yes, I lied! What part of this are you not getting?!
  • Azura: Hmm. You said those things to make me mad...on purpose?
  • Keaton: Ding, ding, ding! YES! For crying out loud, I thought that was clear!
  • Azura: Ba-hahahaha!
  • Keaton: Lady Azura, are you laughing?
  • Azura: Heeheehee! Yes, I am! I've been so mad at you this whole time, and you were joking!
  • Keaton: Yes, it was a joke! Not a very good joke, but still...a joke. Oh, thank goodness you finally cracked a smile! My plan worked after all.
  • Azura: My whole life I've been rejected by people. At some point, I stopped reacting to it. But, Keaton, you've helped me lighten up. Now I can laugh at myself.
  • Keaton: That's amazing! I'm so glad you're not mad anymore. You were so scary! From now on, I'm going to try to make you laugh instead!
  • Azura: Heehee. Thanks, Keaton. I look forward to it.

S Support Edit

  • Azura: You are the ocean's gray waves... ♪
  • Keaton: Oh. Hey, Azura. Were you singing?
  • Azura: Heehee. Yes. Did I sound terrible?
  • Keaton: No! Of course not! ...Actually, I thought you sounded beautiful. It seems like I catch you singing all the time now.
  • Azura: Is that so? That must be thanks to you, Keaton.
  • Keaton: Huh?
  • Azura: I used to be so worried about disappointing someone that I'd freeze up. But with you, I can be myself, I know you'll accept me no matter how I'm feeling.
  • Keaton: Of course! You can't keep all that stuff bottled up. It's not healthy!
  • Azura: You never swallow your emotions, do you? You just tell it like it is.
  • Keaton: W-well...most of the time I do.
  • Azura: What do you mean by that?
  • Keaton: Never mind. I shouldn't have said anything. It'll just make things awkward.
  • Azura: Hmm. I've never seen you act so cagey.
  • Keaton: Fine. You caught me. I guess I'll say it. Azura, I'm head over heels for you. Will you marry me?!
  • Azura: Keaton, is that a ring? An actual ring?
  • Keaton: What?! You thought I was gonna weld together some trash for a princess?
  • Azura: My goodness.
  • Keaton: See? You're doing that thing again where you don't react. I'm about to lose my mind!
  • Azura: It's just... I don't know how to say this, but Keaton, I love you too.
  • Keaton: Really? Woohoo! I'm gonna do my best to make you laugh every day...I promise!
  • Azura: I'm sure you will.

With Shigure (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Shigure: How are you today, Mother?
  • Azura: Oh, I'm fine. What can I do for you, dear?
  • Shigure: I've been thinking about my childhood a great deal lately... And the times you would visit me during your trips to my Deeprealm.
  • Azura: I'm so sorry, Shigure... I wish I had been around more often when you were growing up.
  • Shigure: N-no, I wasn't trying to make you feel bad about that. Do you remember when we used to sing together?
  • Azura: Certainly. We used to sit side by side and come up with songs for hours and hours.
  • Shigure: Yes, we did...
  • Azura: Say... Remember that song we used to sing? It's been so long... Would you like to sing it with me again?
  • Shigure: Oh... You mean right now?
  • Azura: Yes, if you feel like it.
  • Shigure: That sounds wonderful, Mother!
  • Azura: Ok! Do you recall the lyrics?
  • Shigure: Of course. How could I forget?
  • Azura: All right, let's give it a shot then. One, two, three... You are the ocean's gray waves ♪
  • Shigure: Destined to seek life beyond the shore ♪ ...Huh?
  • Azura: Shigure? Is something wrong?
  • Shigure: It's strange... I can't seem to hit the right notes. I used to be able to sing this song perfectly. I remember the lyrics and the melody. How can this be?
  • Azura: That's a part of growing up. Your voice has changed. We used to sing the same... But now that your voice is lower, it isn't possible for you to hit those notes.
  • Shigure: O-oh... That makes sense. Hmm... I guess there's nothing I can really do. It's a little bit bittersweet.
  • Azura: I think I have an idea. I need a bit of time to figure this out. Do you mind?
  • Shigure: No, of course not. What are you going to do?
  • Azura: You just have to trust me. I think it will make you happy.
  • Shigure: A-all right, if you say so...

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Shigure, there you are. I've been searching high and low for you.
  • Shigure: Hello, Mother. Did you run here? You're out of breath. Is everything all right?
  • Azura: I wanted to give you something.
  • Shigure: Is this sheet music? It's our old song. The one I couldn't sing the other day.
  • Azura: That's right.
  • Shigure: Mother, why did you make this? Now that my voice is different, there's no point in trying to sin— WHAT?!
  • Azura: You just noticed it? Heehee... I added a new harmony line to the main melody.
  • Shigure: You also pitched down the melody. It's much lower than before. You rewrote this to fall within my range!
  • Azura: That was the idea. Would you be willing to try singing with me for a bit?
  • Shigure: Sure! *hum*...*hum*... Wow, this makes the melody even better. You are the ocean's gray waves ♪
  • Azura: It's wonderful to hear you practicing again. I'm glad that you're enthusiastic. Your voice may be different, but it's still quite beautiful. Keep at it, and you will continue to improve in no time.
  • Shigure: Destined to seek life beyond the shore ♪ Thank you, Mother! I'm already looking forward to singing more later!
  • Azura: Me too!

A Support Edit

  • Shigure: Whew, that was great.
  • Azura: We made it to the end of the song. I never imagined that we would be able to make music together again.
  • Shigure: I know what you mean. I honestly think our singing sounds better now than when I was younger.
  • Azura: You've really matured into quite an impressive young man. At this rate, your singing skills will eclipse mine in no time.
  • Shigure: That's impossible. We may be singing the same song... But the way you sing has a mysterious power that I don't possess.
  • Azura: Mysterious power? What do you mean?
  • Shigure: Your voice has the power to rally allies and stop enemies in their tracks... I could never sing like that.
  • Azura: Shigure, I don't know about that...
  • Shigure: Ever since I returned, I've had the same persistent thought. I may be your child, but my songs don't have a fraction of the power that yours do. If only I could be more like you...
  • Azura: Shigure... I know you can sing like me.
  • Shigure: What? How is that possible?
  • Azura: My songs may be powerful... But that's only because of the pendant that my mother gave me long ago.
  • Shigure: So the pendant is the true source of your strength?
  • Azura: Indeed. If you were to wear it, perhaps it would have the very same effect. Maybe it would be even more effective.
  • Shigure: Do you think I could give it a try?
  • Azura: No, I'm afraid not, dear. Overuse of this power can destroy your body over time.
  • Shigure: Destroy?! What do you mean? Wait... Can it lead to your death?!
  • Azura: Well...
  • Shigure: You've worn that pendant for so long. Why don't you stop? Let me take on that responsibility for you! I can't stand to think of you suffering.
  • Azura: You are my beloved son, Shigure. I would never dream of saddling you with this burden. I would never give you this pendant. Not now, or ever.
  • Shigure: Oh, I see...
  • Azura: I'm terribly sorry, Son. I never planned to speak of this with you. But know that your songs do have power. They have the ability to ease pain and grant peace of mind to anyone in earshot. Sing with pride, Shigure. One day, when this war ends... I plan on throwing this pendant into a lake. It should sink to a place where no one will ever possibly find or use it again. If I should disappear for some reason... Please, get rid of it for me, Shigure.
  • Shigure: What?!
  • Azura: You're the only one that I could ever entrust with this important task.
  • Shigure: Hmm... Very well. You can count on me.
  • Azura: Thank you so much, dear.
  • Shigure: I hope it never comes to that. I hate to think of you leaving me here... If you do, my curiosity could get the better of me. I might want to use that pendant...
  • Azura: Just know that I'll haunt you for the rest of your days if you do.
  • Shigure: Heehee. I was kidding! I promise, I won't ever harness its power. After all you've done to protect me, I could never betray you.
  • Azura: I hate to place such a cruel burden on your shoulders. But you are the only one I can trust.
  • Shigure: It's fine. People don't ask me for help all that often. I'm pleased that you would trust me with such an important task. Would you mind if I asked you for a favor too?
  • Azura: Certainly. What is it?
  • Shigure: Could we sing our song again sometime? When you aren't wearing the pendant, of course.
  • Azura: I swear we will again, someday...
  • Shigure: Thank you. I'm looking forward to it, Mother.

With Kana (Female) (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Kana: Mama! Hey, Mama!
  • Azura: Hello there, Kana. What's wrong?
  • Kana: Look! I picked some pretty flowers for you! They're yellow like the sun!
  • Azura: Awww, these daisies are wonderful! Thank you!
  • Kana: Do you really like them?
  • Azura: Of course. You bring me lots of flowers, and I love them every time.
  • Kana: I just remember when I was real little, we'd go looking at flowers together. You always smiled so much. And I love your smile, Mama! So I decided to start bringing you lots and lots of flowers!
  • Azura: That's very sweet of you dear. Although... I do have a favor to ask of you.
  • Kana: Anything, Mama. What do you need?
  • Azura: You already know this, but remember how flowers are living things, like us? This means that when you pick them, it is actually hurting the flowers.
  • Kana: Oh no! I've been hurting the flowers?! It was an accident! I'm sorry for being a big meanie...
  • Azura: Don't worry, Kana. I'm sure the flowers know you weren't trying to hurt them. You just need to promise not to pick any more flowers, OK?
  • Kana: OK! B-but...if I do that, then how can I show you the neat flowers I find?
  • Azura: Hmmm... How about, if you find some, you come and get me. Then we'll go off together to look at them. Does that sound good?
  • Kana: Really? You won't be too busy?
  • Azura: I'm never too busy for you, dear.
  • Kana: OK, it's a deal! We'll go look at nice flowers together! That's a promise, Mama!

B Support Edit

  • Kana: La la lalala-la-la And now it's Mama time!
  • Azura: Hi there, Kana. It makes me happy seeing you so content.
  • Kana: Of course I'm happy! I found some great flowers for us to go look at! You're going to love them, I'm sure of it! Look! There they are, Mama. Right over there.
  • Azura: Oh, you were right, dear. These are such a lovely shade of blue, too.
  • Kana: I know-I love this color. The blue color and the soft petals... They kind of remind me of you, Mama.
  • Azura: It's rather sweet to be compared to a flower, though also a little embarrassing. But thank you, Kana.
  • Kana: It's just sweet, Mama! I love flowers, but I love you more!
  • Azura: I love flowers too, but I love your happy face so much more!
  • Kana: Really? Yay!
  • Azura: Oh, that reminds me: I have something to show you.
  • Kana: Oooh, is it something good? Can I see it right now? What is it?
  • Azura: Heehee, calm down. I don't have it right now, but it's-
  • Kana: Ah! Wait! Don't tell me! That way I'll be even more surprised when you have it.
  • Azura: All right. I'll keep it safe until we can sit down and look at it together.

A Support Edit

  • Kana: Mama, I'm here! Where is the thing you wanted to show me?
  • Azura: Ah, hello, Kana. Come on over here. This is what I wanted to show you.
  • Kana: This is such a big book! Oh wow! Look at all these flowers! How did you do this?
  • Azura: These flowers are the ones that you've been giving me. I took them and pressed them between the pages, and eventually they dried out. Now they're all safe in this neat book!
  • Kana: This is amazing! Like, really really amazing. I hadn't realized how many flowers I'd brought you, either. Look, there are the yellow daisies I gave you the other day! Mama, thank you for taking such good care of the flowers I gave you. This makes me so happy!
  • Azura: And thank you for all the love you've given me. And the flowers! With them pressed here, I can keep your gifts for a long time!
  • Kana: You're welcome!
  • Azura: You know, we didn't pick the blue flowers we saw the other day... But we did make some nice memories when we went to go look at them. I want to keep making great memories like that, Kana. I'm so glad you're here.
  • Kana: I want to do that too! I love you so much, Mama!
  • Azura: I love you too, Kana.

With Dwyer (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Dwyer: Mother, here is the coffee you requested.
  • Azura: Thank you very much, Dwyer. Yum! It's delicious. You must work magic getting this flavor from regular coffee beans.
  • Dwyer: I'm glad to hear that you like it.
  • Azura: It really is very good! I may regret saying this, but I think your coffee is better than your father's
  • Dwyer: I... I don't know what to say. Better than father's? Seriously? That's awfully high praise. But... I probably shouldn't tell him you aid such a thing. He'd be mad.
  • Azura:  Do you think so? I don't think he would be angry. Envious of you, perhaps. Incredibly envious.
  • Dwyer: Ahhh... I think that could actually be worse.
  • Azura: Heehee. He can be a bit competitive. I'm sure if he heard what I said about your coffee, he'd start making cups right away. And then I'd be forced judge them for hours on end until one surpassed yours.
  • Dwyer: That does indeed sound like father. Anyway, let me know if you'd like more coffee. I have enough for another cup.
  • Azura: All right. Thank you, Dwyer.

B Support Edit

  • Dwyer: Hrm...
  • Azura: Hello, Dwyer. You look like you've got something on your mind...
  • Dwyer: Oh, hello, Mother. No, I'm just relaxing. Nothing really to think about...
  • Azura: You know mothers can see right through every lie their sons tell, right?
  • Dwyer: I... Oh. Well then.
  • Azura: So, talk to me. Tell me what it is that's bothering you. Maybe I can offer some helpful advice!
  • Dwyer: *sigh* I don't believe I'm suited for the battlefield.
  • Azura: What makes you think that?
  • Dwyer: I'm certain you know why: I really don't like to get into fights. On the battlefield, the kind of person I am will only weigh down everyone else. Maybe I should leave the army and go off to be a butler...
  • Azura: You can't do that. You belong here, Son.
  • Dwyer: I don't know, Mother. It seems like I really don't. Why do you think I do?
  • Azura: Because you're so kind. Don't even begin to deny it. You tried to spare me from worrying about you by lying just a minute ago.
  • Dwyer: Even if that is true... It's just more proof that I shouldn't be on the battlefield. There's no room for kindness there.
  • Azura: You're wrong, Dwyer. Kindness is important on the battlefield exactly because it's so dangerous. Being willing to put your life in danger for your friends... That is not something everyone can do, when it comes down to it. Can you think of a kinder, braver thing that you could do for people you care about?
  • Dwyer: Thank you, Mother. Your words... They really help. I will try my best to help my friends.
  • Azura: Don't worry: I'll always be here to watch over you.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Did I really do the right thing...?
  • Dwyer: Mother? I heard you from the other room. What's the matter?
  • Azura: Oh, Dwyer... It's nothing----don't worry. I'm just feeling very tired, is all.
  • Dwyer: You know, sons can see whenever their mothers are lying...
  • Azura: Heehee... I suppose that is true, isn't it...
  • Dwyer: I may not be able to help a great deal, but I can at least listen.
  • Azura: Thank you, dear. I really do appreciate it. I suppose I just feel like I've failed as a mother...
  • Dwyer: Why would you feel that way? It's not even remotely true.
  • Azura: But I told you that you should go out onto the battlefield.
  • Dwyer: Ah, you mean the other day when I was feeling really worried?
  • Azura: Exactly. But a mother should always think first and foremost about their child's safety. What kind of mother encourages her child to go off into danger, to potentially die? I'm a horrible mother...
  • Dwyer: Mother, you may have suggested that I stay here to fight with my friends... But it was my choice to stay or to leave, and I was the one who decided to stay.
  • Azura: That is true...
  • Dwyer: More importantly, if I hadn't talked to you and gotten your advice... Well, hearing you talk about kindness and bravery on the battlefield changed me. If we hadn't talked, I may have put my friends in danger on the battlefield.
  • Azura: Oh, Dwyer...
  • Dwyer: So, don't worry. You're not a failure! You're the best mother anyone could ever ask for.
  • Azura: Thank you, dear. It truly is reassuring to hear you say that.
  • Dwyer: Now, I suppose I could make you some coffee to help you relax...
  • Azura: So young, and yet so thoughtful. I couldn't have a better son.

With Sophie (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Sophie: Moooooooother!
  • Azura: Heehee, what is it, Sophie?
  • Sophie: Look! I found some of those flowers you love! Ones just like what you have!
  • Azura: Oh, they're lovely! Thank you so much, Sophie!
  • Sophie: Heehee. I'm glad you like them!
  • Azura: I'm curious though. where did you say you found these?
  • Sophie: That's what's so amazing! They were really close by! I can go back and get you more, if you want. There's a bunch more!
  • Azura: That's all right.You see, Sophie... I'm pretty sure these are the flowers I planted yesterday.
  • Sophie: Then that means...Oh no! That explains why I hadn't seen these flowers there before! I'm so sorry, Mother!
  • Azura: It's all right. It really is the thought that counts. Thank you, Sophie.
  • Sophie: Can...can I go back and plant these again? They'll grow back their roots, right? Awwwww! Why am I always screwing up things like this?!

B Support Edit

  • Sophie: *sigh* Why am I such a klutz?
  • Azura: What's wrong, Sophie?
  • Sophie: Hey, Mother... Do you think I'll always be a klutz? Earlier today, I went to the market and got a bunch of apples for myself and Avel. When I got back, I decided to see if he could catch one in his mouth, but... I let go in the windup, and the apple hit an old lady behind me instead! Also, Avel fell over. I don't know why that happened.
  • Azura: Oh... Oh my, hahaha.
  • Sophie: Mother! Don't laugh at me.
  • Azura: I'm sorry! I just didn't expect that story at all.
  • Sophie: I'm seriously worrying about my future here, Mother!
  • Azura: I know. I know. I apologize, dear. There's nothing wrong with being a little clumsy all your life.
  • Sophie: I'm not a little clumsy! My life is one long series of mistakes and blunders!
  • Azura: It's OK to make mistakes. That's how you learn what to do differently next time. And it's a special kind of strength to pick yourself up, dust off, and try again.
  • Sophie: But...But...
  • Azura: Also, I've heard that some people value clumsiness.
  • Sophie: Now you're just making things up, Mother.
  • Azura: Heehee... Perhaps.
  • Sophie: *sigh* Thanks for cheering me up, though.

With Midori (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Midori: Mother?
  • Azura: Oh, hello, Midori. What have you got there?
  • Midori: Remember how you told me that your knee was bothering you? Well, I made this ointment for you to put on it. It should help a ton! It took me a few days to track down just the right herbs, but I did it!
  • Azura: You went through all that trouble for me? Thank you, Midori.
  • Midori: Of course! What kind of daughter would I be if I didn't help out my mother? Here, take a seat and I can apply it. Shoo, pain—don't bother Mother!
  • Azura: That's amazing. Your medicines continue to impress me. The pain was gone instantly!
  • Midori: Really?! Yaaaaay! Err, I mean, I'm glad to hear it helped.
  • Azura: Heehee. Was this another of your father's recipes? You've learned a lot from him.
  • Midori: It sure was! I mentioned to him that you'd been hurting, and he gave me several ideas. He said this one was a modified version of a weapon ninja sometimes use. Don't worry! It's harmless on the skin. Just...don't drink it. It's only for knees.
  • Azura: I'll be sure to follow the directions. I'm so glad you're enjoying your studies— I'm sure your father is, as well.
  • Midori: I hope so! He's always smiling when I come to him with a new herb I've found.
  • Azura: Your father and I are both so proud of you. I'm glad that, after all your years away, you've grown up and can join us here.
  • Midori: Me, too! I'm glad our family is together again!

B Support Edit

  • Midori: *sniff*
  • Azura: Midori, what's the matter?
  • Midori: Nothing... Nothing's wrong. *sniff*
  • Azura: Now now—your eyes are all red. You can't hide that from your mother.
  • Midori: OK... I was out in the forest, collecting some herbs, and some kids came up to me. They asked where my parents were, and then laughed when I said I was an adult. Then they said they were going deeper into the forest. I told them they shouldn't... But they just yelled "kids can't tell us what to do!" and ran off.
  • Azura: So they hurt your feelings and ignored you. No wonder you were feeling bad. Did they make it home safely afterward?
  • Midori: Yes... I was watching them carefully until they all got home safely.
  • Azura: That was very nice of you, especially after what they did. It makes me happy to hear.
  • Midori: I suppose you're right...
  • Azura: Dry your tears, Midori. Sometimes people will refuse your help, even if you only mean the best for them. You shouldn't let this stop you, though. Will you keep helping people?
  • Midori: I will, Mother.
  • Azura: That's my girl. Even if the nice things you do aren't noticed by anyone, don't stop. Doing good makes you a good person, even if no one sees you do it. If nothing else, I'll always believe in you!
  • Midori: *sniff* Thank you...

A Support Edit

  • Midori: Mother!
  • Azura: Oh, hello, Midori. You look to be in a good mood today.
  • Midori: I am! You remember those kids who I met in the forest the other day, right?
  • Azura: Of course. They were the ones who didn't listen to you when you warned them, right?
  • Midori: Yup, those ones! I ran into them earlier in town, and they went out of their way to apologize to me. They said they were very sorry for being rude.
  • Azura: Ah, so they finally understood that you were trying to help them.
  • Midori: That, and apparently their parents yelled at them for being so rude. But they said they really were sorry.
  • Azura: Well, they sound like they're actually nice kids, don't you think?
  • Midori: Yeah! We're friends now! But, um... They invited me to go back into the deep forest with them... They were saying that we'd be fine, now that I'm coming along. At first I thought they might be right, but... We still shouldn't right?
  • Azura: No, it is better that you don't. The deep forest is very dangerous, even for adults. It would mean a lot to me if you wouldn't go there.
  • Midori: Of course, Mother. I promise not to. Anyway, I suggested that the kids come with me to collect some rare herbs. I told them it'd be a lot more fun than wandering around some dark forest.
  • Azura: That's a great idea, Midori. Now you go and have fun with your friends!
  • Midori: OK!

With Shiro (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Shiro: Hey there, Mom. Is there anything you'd like to do today?
  • Azura: Oh, hi, Shiro. What do you mean?
  • Shiro: We never spent a lot of time together when I was growing up, right? So, I figure we can make up for that now with some mother-son bonding time!
  • Azura: Ah, I see what you're saying. Hmmm...I'm sorry, Shiro. I can't seem to think of anything right at this moment.
  • Shiro: But... Nothing at all? How are we supposed to bond if you can't think of anything? I mean. I can't hand out with Dad---his mind is constantly on the war. Though I suppose you can't either. Has he even given you any gifts?
  • Azura: Shiro, he's not like that...
  • Shiro: Well, I'm not like HIM! I want to make sure my mother knows how special she is. ome on---think of something you'd like to do together!
  • Azura: You're always quick to compare yourself to your father, Shiro. You mustn't be so tough on him, though I know you prefer to express yourself. Your father is a good man, though it's hard to see it since he's away so often.
  • Shiro: But he's never around to take care of you, Mom. Isn't that his duty?
  • Azura: He shows his affection in other ways. One day I'll show you proof, if you like.
  • Shiro: I would! And I'll hold you to your word! I will set my eyes on this proof of my father's love!
  • Azura: Heehee, I look forward to seeing your reaction.

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Shiro! There you are. Have you got a moment to spare?
  • Shiro: Ah, hello, Mom. I've always got time for you! What are those envelopes you've got in your hands?
  • Azura: These are the proof I told you about before. This is how your father shows his love.
  • Shiro: Oh, let me guess: love letters?
  • Azura: Heehee, yes. I treasure each and every one that he has given me. This right here is the first one I got... And these are some of the most recent.
  • Shiro: I had no idea Dad was such a prolific writer.
  • Azura: I was surprised as well when the letters kept coming. One I expected, but dozens? He's always so serious, I didn't think he'd make the time to keep writing. Of course, he tells me how he feels in person, too, but these are part of him now. It's a part of him I absolutely adore, too.
  • Shiro: Hmmm. I'd really never thought of him as sentimental at all. This is pretty surprising. What kind of stuff did he write?
  • Azura: Oh no, these are my treasures. No one but me will ever know what words your father shared with me.
  • Shiro: But...that just makes me even more curious! I suppose I'll just have to accept that you to really do care about each other.
  • Azura: I'm glad to hear that. You also know that we both love you dearly, right?
  • Shiro: I-I know that! But...thanks for saying so, Mom...
  • Azura: Heehee.

A Support Edit

  • Shiro: Mom! Have you got a second?
  • Azura: Hm? What's the matter, Shiro?
  • Shiro: Nothing! I was just thinking... After you showed me Dad's letters, I thought I'd try writing my thoughts, too. You know, about how it is to be your son...and stuff.
  • Azura: Oh really? That sounds like a great idea!
  • Shiro: I thought so too, but now...I think it isn't good enough.
  • Azura: What do you mean?
  • Shiro: It doesn't seem all that special for me to just copy what Dad was already doing. That's why I decided to also treat you to a nice meal! Anything you want! Well, anything I can find in the forest. And kill on my own... But I can't get started until you tell me what you'd like! Any ideas?
  • Azura: Oh, hmmm. There are so many things I can think of, though. Can I have some time to narrow it down?
  • Shiro: Oh, yeah,of course! I suppose it would be tough to pick something so suddenly, huh. That's fine! Most importantly, I've got a one-up on Dad!
  • Azura: Oh, Shiro. You don't need to compete with your father over me, you know.
  • Shiro: But...I'd be a failure as a son if I wasn't able to make you happy!
  • Azura: Your father says basically the same thing about himself. Did you know that?
  • Shiro: He does?!
  • Azura: Heehee, of course. I guess this is another way that the two of you are alike.
  • Shiro: Damn it! He's always got a leg up on me!
  • Azura: Oh, Shiro, just being loved by your like this makes me happy I'm your mother.

With Kiragi (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Kiragi: Ah, I love the outdoors. What a perfect day for hunting! The mountains are looking particularly appealing... But I did see a lot of game in that field the other, too. So many choices!
  • Azura: Stop right there, Kiragi!
  • Kiragi: Yikes! H-hello, Mom. You've gotten...much better at sneaking.
  • Azura: Why thank you. Why do you look scared?
  • Kiragi: Probably because you look like you want to attack me!
  • Azura: That's because you're out here, and you shouldn't be, and you know it. What am I going to do with you...
  • Kiragi: I'm sorry... I promise I'll do it when I get home tonight, OK?
  • Azura: That sounds pretty familiar, Kiragi. Perhaps because you say it every time, then you come home, eat, and sleep, instead.
  • Kiragi: B-but... I'm really awful at math, and I'm no good at history...
  • Azura: Which is exactly the reason that you need to study and practice. I told you I would help you, didn't I?
  • Kiragi: Can I just...not study and practice? I can survive being bad at math and history.
  • Azura: Kiragi - there is bad, and then there is abysmal. You are past abysmal. Your father and I should have realized much sooner, and we're sorry for that. But now that you're with us again, we want to do everything we can to help you. Improving will only be good for you!
  • Kiragi: *grumble*
  • Azura: Let's go home. Studying means less time for hunting, but it will help, I promise.
  • Kiragi: No! This is awful! I only have hunting to look forward to, and you can't take it away! I'm not a child; mother or not, you can't force me to do anything! I'm...I'm going hunting no matter what!
  • Azura: Kiragi, get back here! Hrm. I think that could have gone better...

B Support Edit

  • Kiragi: Oh wow, what a good day! No one will be going hungry for a while after this! I can't believe how difficult that bird was to catch. I should look it up when I get home. Maybe it's time to build some new traps.
  • (scene transition)
  • Kiragi: OK, careful... Easy does it... I can't let Mom know that I was out hunting instead of resting... "You need to work harder on your studies!" That's all she ever thinks about... I don't need math or history to hunt...
  • Azura: Hmmm... No, that's completely unrelated. Maybe if I rewrite it like this...
  • Kiragi: What's this? It looks like she's writing something down...
  • Azura: Now, instead of using just numbers, we change these to rabbits in a trap... I'm sure this will help him understand...
  • Kiragi: What is she doing there?
  • Azura: Oh, darn it... Where is that history book? It has a nice, basic timeline in the front... I'll have to find that before he can start in on a history lesson.
  • Kiragi: She's working really hard...
  • Azura: He just hasn't had to memorize things, not really. If we move slowly and cover it all... I'm sure he'll catch on soon enough.
  • Kiragi: Hello, Mom...
  • Azura: Ah, welcome home, Kiragi. Why are you just standing there?
  • Kiragi: You knew I was out?
  • Azura: Of course. You left your bedroom door open when you left.
  • Kiragi: Oh, I did, didn't I... I just wanted to tell you... Well, I'm sorry, Mom... You're putting so much effort into helping me learn, and I keep running off to hunt. I'm really sorry...
  • Azura: It's all right, Kiragi. It's important that we both understand where the other is coming from. I know that you love to hunt, really. I just would be happier if you'd study, even a bit.
  • Kiragi: I will! I didn't realize how much it meant to you until I saw you just now... I want to learn about math and history! Please...teach me!
  • Azura: I'm so glad to hear it, Kiragi. Would you like to get started right now?
  • Kiragi: OK! But wait-I'm completely covered in mud. Let me go change; then we can start! Just wait there!

A Support Edit

  • Kiragi: All right! I solved that one! Take that, math problem!
  • Azura: Hang on, let me see your work... Hmm... The answer is right, but...
  • Kiragi: Oh, yeah... I know you normally start on the right... But if you make an assumption here, you can skip a lot of extra calculations! The book said it was an advanced method, but it didn't seem all that tough.
  • Azura: Oh, an advanced method? Well, your answer is correct. Well done, Kiragi!
  • Kiragi: Hehheh! Thanks, Mom!
  • Azura: Your history assignment is looking perfect, as well. It looks like you've got all the years, places, and important events in the correct spots. You didn't miss anything at all. I'm so proud of you!
  • Kiragi: It was a lot easier once I started thinking of them as fantastic stories. Random facts are so much more difficult to remember. And I've got a great teacher, too!
  • Azura: I played a small part, Kiragi. All of this progress is because of you. You've come this far because of how hard you've worked.
  • Kiragi: Stop, Mom; you're going to make me blush!
  • Azura: That's all I had for you to cover today. It looks like there is lots pf daylight left... I imagine you are ready to get outside and do some hunting.
  • Kiragi: Um... Actually... No.
  • Azura: I'm sorry?
  • Kiragi: I mean, of course I'd like to go hunting, but...I'd love to study more with you.
  • Azura: Awww...
  • Kiragi: You've made studying not at all as bad as it was at first. I seriously dreaded it before. But now it's a lot more fun, and I can tell I'm really learning this stuff!
  • Azura: Then let's keep going. I'm really glad that we get to spend this time together.
  • Kiragi: Me too!

With Asugi (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Asugi: Ah, mission accomplished. I got a ton of useful information tonight. Today's undercover work was riskier than usual. I almost got caught this time. Almost doesn't count though, heh heh. Time to share what I learned and go relax.
  • Azura: Asugi, is that you?
  • Asugi: M-Mom?! Shouldn't you be asleep? It's really late.
  • Azura: I've been worried sick about you, Asugi. I had no idea where you were.
  • Asugi: I'm fine, Mom. It's an early morning tomorrow. You should be asleep!
  • Azura: I cannot be expected to sleep sondly while my son is in danger.
  • Asugi: Look. I get sent out on these recon trips because I'm good at them. We all risk our lives when we're out on our missions, and I'm no different.
  • Azura: I just can't get used to sending my son out to battle all on his own... The least I can do is stay awake until you're back home, safe and sound.
  • Asugi: I told you, I'm fine. I do what I have to, and that's the end of it. If you stay up all night, you'll just be a liability to all of us tomorrow.
  • Azura: ...
  • Asugi: Look, it's late. I'm exhausted. We should both get some rest.
  • Azura: Very well. Good night, Asugi...

B Support Edit

  • Asugi: I've successfully infiltrated the enemy base. Piece of cake! (Mmm... cake) Now to scope out what the leaders here are up to. They've been acting suspicious. If I can just find some evidence that they're planning something...
  • Azura: Hello, Asugi.
  • Asugi: WHAA—?! What...? MOM?! What in the name of all that is sweet and holy are you doing here?
  • Azura: I followed you. Didn't you notice?
  • Asugi: Wh-why would you follow me? This place is dangerous!
  • Azura: I told you, I can't just sit around and let you do dangerous things on your own.
  • Asugi: You shouldn't be here, Mom. This is MY mission, not yours!
  • Azura: It's fine, Asugi. I'm no stranger to dangerous situations.
  • Asugi: SHH! Be quiet!
  • Azura: M-mmph!!
  • Asugi: Not another word! The enemy patrol is heading this way...
  • Azura: ...Asugi?
  • Asugi: *sigh* OK, they're gone. Gods, my heart is racing. I was certain they'd spotted us.
  • Azura: Don't worry, Asugi. They have no idea we're here.
  • Asugi: Gezz, Mom. I know parents like to bond with their kids, but this is overkill!
  • Azura: I just want to protect you, darling.
  • Asugi: Ugh, enough is enough. I can't think straight when you're here. This whole mission is a bust. Let's go.
  • Azura: But why? I thought were supposed to—
  • Asugi: Come on, Mom. I know a shortcut back. It's time to go home.
  • Azura: Asugi, that's ridiculous. We're already here. Let's just—
  • Asugi: It's over. Come on, let's hurry back.
  • Azura: If you say so, Asugi...

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Hello, Asugi. Where are we off to tonight?
  • Asugi: ... WE are not going anywhere. You're not coming along.
  • Azura: This isn't up for discussions. I refuse to just stand by while you're in danger.
  • Asugi: Mom, you're being unreasonable. Don't you trust me?
  • Azura: Of course, nut you're always off on those dangerous recon missions. There isn't a mother in the world who wouldn't be worried. I'm lucky enough to be skilled in battle. Why wouldn't lend a hand?
  • Asugi: We each have our own part to pay in this war, Mom. I'm a ninja, so I fulfill the roles that my training has prepared me for. When you follow me, it puts us both in very real danger. Instead of focusing on the mission, I can only think of protecting you.
  • Azura: But I'm just so worried about you...
  • Asugi: ...
  • Azura: The thought of something bad happening to you is unbearable. How do you expect me to stand aside and do nothing?
  • Asugi: Mom... Look, this is embarrassing, so I'm only going to say it once.
  • Azura: I'm listening.
  • Asugi: When I got back from my mission that one night, and I saw you waiting up for me... I was really happy.
  • Azura: You were?
  • Asugi: I was. It made me realize that I had a real home to come back to. Knowing you're out there, waiting for me, makes me desperate to make it back home. No matter how much danger I'm in or what I have to do to make it back safely... I always will. I will always, always come back home to you.
  • Azura: Asugi...
  • Asugi: That's why I need you to stay here. My home is wherever YOU are. I can't do what I do without knowing that I have a loving home waiting for me. As long as you're here, safe and happy. I'll never lose heart.
  • Azura: ... I finally understand. I suppose it would be selfish of me to keep following you. You do what you need to do, my love. I'll always be here for you.
  • Asugi: Mom... Thank you. You don't know what that means to me.
  • Azura: But I simply can't sleep while you're away... Perhaps I'll prepare dinner and some sweet snacks for my brave boy while he's gone.
  • Asugi: That... would be AMAZING!
  • Azura: I love you, Asugi. No matter what. I always will.
  • Asugi: Thanks, Mom. I love you too.

With Selkie (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Selkie: Hey, Mom! What are you doing? Wanna go outside and play?
  • Azura: Oh, Selkie! You're covered in mud! And is that blood on your legs?
  • Selkie: Yep! I was exploring in the forest, and I think I fell off a cliff or two. Heehee!
  • Azura: Are you all right? Did you hit your head?
  • Selkie: Aww, I'm fine. I just scraped my knees a little bit. Everything else works the way it's supposed to. See?
  • Azura: Honey I'm glad you're OK, but please stop doing cartwheels in here. You'll fling mud all over the place! Also, can you try to be a little more careful out there?
  • Selkie: Grr, that's no fun! What am I supposed to do?
  • Azura: Oh, we could play indoors. We could sing a song together! There are so many fun thing that don't involve climbing trees or falling off cliffs.
  • Selkie: I dunno...sounds boring. Oh! I have an idea! Let's play dress-up! We can put on makeup and everything.
  • Azura: Hey, that's a great idea! I've always wanted to teach you how to use makeup.
  • Selkie: Yay! Let's do it! Gimme that lipstick!
  • Azura: Whoa, hold on just a second. Let me get everything together first.
  • Selkie: All right...this is gonna be great!

B Support Edit

  • Azura: All right, Selkie. Are you ready to learn how to use makeup?
  • Selkie: Oh Yeah! Bring it on!
  • Azura: Oh, I've been looking forward to this for years... So, the first thing you want to do is-
  • Selkie: War paint! Right under the eyes with lipstick! I want green-do you have green?
  • Azura: Are...are you sure? I was going to say we should start with a little foundation?
  • Selkie: You mean this powdery stuff? I think it's gonna make me sneeze. AH-CHOO! Oh no... it's everywhere.
  • Azura: Ack! That stuff is expensive...be careful!
  • Selkie: *sniff* I'm sorry, Mom. I'm screwing everything up, aren't I?
  • Azura: No, no...it just takes practice is all. Here, why don't you let me do your makeup today... You can just watch what I'm doing and learn. And then next time you can do it yourself! What do you say?
  • Selkie: Really? OK...that sounds good.
  • Azura: All right, here we go. You're so pretty...I'll just use a light touch and make you look extra-
  • Selkie: Fierce! I want to look like I could rip your head off with my teeth. Rawr! I mean, not YOUR head, Mom. Anyway, make me look fierce!
  • Azura: That's my girl.

A Support Edit

  • Selkie: Hey, Mom! Guess what?
  • Azura: What is it, Selkie? You seem ecstatic!
  • Selkie: Yeah! Well, I got so many compliments on the makeup you did for me. People said that I looked terrifying!
  • Azura: Oh, that's...good?
  • Selkie: Uh-huh! There's just one problem...
  • Azura: Oh? What's that?
  • Selkie: Well, I loved the makeup, but it look so long to put on. I'd kind of rather spend that time outside playing and running.
  • Azura: I see...
  • Selkie: Oh! But that doesn't mean I didn't like being with you. It was really fun to see how you put it all together. I guess what I'm saying is... Sometimes I want to do makeup with you, but other times... I want to run and play outside with you!
  • Azura: Well, that sounds absolutely perfect to me, dear.
  • Selkie: It does? Yay!
  • Azura: How about we go climb a tree right now? I know a great one not too far from here.
  • Selkie: Aww, you're the best! I'm so glad you're my mom!

With Hisame (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: Hisame, could I speak with you for just a moment?
  • Hisame: Ah, hello, Mother. What do you need—? Is that...? Why do you have that?!
  • Azura: This? I found it in among my things while I was cleaning my room earlier. I know it isn't mine and thought it might belong to you. Wait a minute... Is this your diary?
  • Hisame: Y-yes, Mother. It is... You...didn't read any of it, did you?
  • Azura: Of course not. I could tell just from looking at it that it was a diary. Besides, this little lock on the front kept me out.
  • Hisame: I'd forgotten about the lock. I'm glad I put it on there... Could I have the diary back now? Hey...why are you gripping it so hard?
  • Azura: Er, well... I guess I am a little bit curious about what you've written in there.
  • Hisame: You may be my dear mother, but there are some things I want to keep private!
  • Azura: That's fair, I suppose. Boys your age probably have all kinds of private things they'd rather keep secret.
  • Hisame: Why do you have to phrase it like that? It just makes it sound embarrassing! And in any case, that diary is from when I was much, much younger. I don't even remember what I wrote.
  • Azura: You've completely forgotten?
  • Hisame: Yes, I have no idea at all what's in there. Can I please have it back now?
  • Azura: If you insist.
  • Hisame: Thank you. Now, if you don't mind, I'll be on my way.

(Hisame leaves)

  • Azura: He sure took off quickly. As much as I want to respect his privacy... I'm really curious what is in that diary, now.

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Hey there, Hisame... After talking about your diary the other day, I wanted to ask you some things.
  • Hisame: Oh no, you did read it, didn't you?
  • Azura: No! I was telling the truth before. I didn't even lift a page. It's just that...when you were growing up, we couldn't spend much time together. So I was wondering if you'd like to share some of what you wrote back then.
  • Hisame: Oh...
  • Azura: We lost a lot of time, but I want to learn as much as I can about you. That's not so wrong, is it?
  • Hisame: No, I'm glad that you want to know more about me. Perhaps...we could read my old diary together? I really don't recall what I wrote.
  • Azura: Are you sure you're OK with that?
  • Hisame: I think it could be fun to look back at that time with you, Mother. Of course, I'll want to skip over anything we might find that I don't want to share. I hope that's OK.
  • Azura: Heehee, of course. Shall we start reading right now?
  • Hisame: Yes! I actually have the diary with me... And there's the key... Open! "Today is a good day, because Mother came to see me." "I'm only sad because she had to leave so soon afterward." "We got to play a lot today, though, so I won't be lonely when she's gone." Oh wow, it looks like I wrote about your visits on pretty much every page...
  • Azura: Hisame. You were always so patient with your father and I. Always waiting for us.
  • Hisame: I didn't realize I had written so much about you and Father in here... I thought this would have at least some stuff about my daily life. That's fine, though. It's nice to have these memories of when you two would visit.
  • Azura: This really makes me appreciate the time we can spend together now, Hisame.
  • Hisame: Me, too! I'm glad I'm here with you, Mother.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Hrm...
  • Hisame: Mother? You look unhappy. Is everything OK?
  • Azura: Oh! Hello, Hisame. Nothing's wrong— don't worry.
  • Hisame: If nothing is wrong, then what's making you look so sad? Is it something you don't feel you can discuss with your son?
  • Azura: No, it's that... Well, I just feel embarrassed even bringing it up. I was thinking about your diary again.
  • Hisame: You mean the one we were reading the other day?
  • Azura: Yes. I was so happy that you were willing to share that with me, but it also...hurt. It was tough to hear about how patiently and innocently you waited for us. We have no good excuse for making you feel so lonely all the time...
  • Hisame: Oh, Mother...
  • Azura: I know it's all part of the past now, but I can't help but feel horrible for it. Hisame, I am so sorry...
  • Hisame: Please don't let it drag you down so much. I'm more than happy to be with you now! Here, I feel like I live every day to its maximum potential. As a child, all I'd think about was when I might see you next, but here... I get to fight alongside you and all our friends! I've never been happier than I am here. So please—don't feel sad, Mother!
  • Azura: Thank you, Hisame. I'm happy to hear you say that.
  • Hisame: I barely did anything! But I'm glad you feel better.
  • Azura: I'm also happy because, from now on, we can spend plenty of time together!
  • Hisame: Me too!

With Mitama (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: Mitama! Mitama!
  • Mitama: Hmmm?
  • Azura: Mitama!! I know you're in there! I already committed us to attending the next war council. You need to come out. You can't stay hidden in your room forever.
  • Mitama: Please apologize / Tell them I am feeling ill / I'll come tomorrow.
  • Azura: Mitama, I'm not falling for that excuse a second time! I don't want to force you to go, but you have to see how things are run in camp!
  • Mitama: Please, honored Mother / I do not want to learn this / I will not like it. Also, I am really tired and will fall asleep at the table.
  • Azura: You're only that tired because you stayed up late reading poetry books again. Only the gods know what caused you to fall in love with poetry...
  • Mitama: The answer is clear / A gift from Father did it / A brush and paper...as soon as I could write in flowing text, my love for poems blossomed.
  • Azura: But you could write so much more than poems with those tools. You could write letters and stories, or collect data, or study. No, I think your fascination must have come from something else...
  • Mitama: Am I mistaken / Is there more than just haiku / Maybe more poems?
  • Azura: What in the world could have caused this intense interest...
  • Mitama: Perhaps we can learn / Explore this situation / Mother and daughter.
  • Azura: That's a wonderful idea. We could...wait. Don't try to trick me! We still have to go to the council meeting! Go get ready. You have five minutes!
  • Mitama: My ruse discovered / I have no choice but to go / It was worth a shot.

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Mitama, what are you doing? Look at all these poems scattered around...
  • Mitama: Ah, hello, Mother. Here lies my new goal / My very first poem hides / I must search this mess.
  • Azura: You're looking for your first poem? How come?
  • Mitama: I speak in verse now / It was not always the case / In the past, the cause.
  • Azura: Ah, I see. So reading your old poems may help you understand that...
  • Mitama: Many days have passed / The answer remains hidden / My eyes grow weary. If I find my first poem, I'll be able to figure out what was going on in my life then. Ah! An old, tattered scrap / This page could be what I sought / It's my first poem.
  • Azura: Would you read it to me, dear?
  • Mitama: Yet more days alone / Mother is late to visit / I feel my heart break.
  • Azura: Oh dear...this poem...I remember when I missed several chances to see you.
  • Mitama: You'd gotten very busy, and my caretakers told me you couldn't come to visit. I remember now; I started writing poems to entertain myself while you were gone. Left waiting for you / My world turned inward to verse / Structure to sorrow.
  • Azura: I can't express how sorry I am, Mitama. I didn't even realize how much pain I had caused you and now have made you relive.
  • Mitama: No need to feel bad / Your reasons were with merit / The world needed you. I didn't know it then, but you were busy fighting to keep me safe.
  • Azura: Y-you may be right, but I wish I had known then how it would affect you...we still don't know why it was poetry you found comfort in. Do you think your caretakers would know?
  • Mitama: More clues to my past / Hidden in old memories / The search continues. Yes, I think I shall write to them and see if they can remember anything.
  • Azura: Excellent! Though...perhaps I can help with the letter? Fewer poetic tangents might make it easier for them to understand.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: What? This can't be right...
  • Mitama: Mother, did you receive an answer from my caretakers? Please let me hear it / Perhaps the source is revealed / The search now bears fruit.
  • Azura: Well, it's actually a bit awkward for me to say. From what your caretakers say, it was I who started you toward composing poems.
  • Mitama: This does not make sense / Poetry is not your love / Why would they claim such?
  • Azura: I was just as confused, but after I thought about it, I realized they may be right. After I would depart from visiting you, they say you would always imitate me. Following one visit, it was my singing that you took to, thinking it was a poem. After that, you would pester everyone until they told you more about poetry.
  • Mitama: Like objects in mist / These memories are hazy / But they could be real.
  • Azura: Your caretakers decided to give you books on classic poetry - specifically haikus. Dozens and dozens of books, it seems.
  • Mitama: These books a lifeline / They consumed every moment / A strong influence. But how could I mistake a song for poetry?
  • Azura: The songs I sang to you were lullabies. They can sound quite similar, really...
  • Mitama: I...I remember that! Buried out of sight / A warm memory revealed / A smile is born.
  • Azura: I must have taught you the lyrics as a poem since you couldn't yet sing. And then, when you repeated it, your caretakers would think it was poetry. So they taught you all they could about poetry, and here we are.
  • Mitama: A simple mistake / Like ripples on a still lake / Echoes across life. It all makes much more sense now. Heeheehee, so it is your fault that I'm so in love with poetry and verse. Revealed as the source / Do you stop what you started / It isn't so bad.
  • Azura: Heehee, I guess you're right...I'm mostly glad that we solved the mystery!
  • Mitama: Poetry or song / Mother and daughter allied / A bond unbroken.
  • Azura: That's a beautiful one, Mitama.

With Caeldori (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Caeldori: Let's see... The advance troops have more men than usual, so they'll need more tents. They'll also need more supplies. I'll speak with the supply leader about provisioning.
  • Hoshidan: What about the weapons and armor, milady? Who will manage those?
  • Caeldori: I will continue to coordinate the armory. Please take this requisitions request to the blacksmiths for me.
  • Hoshidan: Right away, milady!
  • Azura: It looks like you're really busy, Caeldori.
  • Caeldori: Oh, hello, Mother! What can I do for you?
  • Azura: Oh, nothing, nothing. I just had some free time and thought I could help out. I'd heard that you were shorthanded down here. It seems like you're absolutely perfect at doing this job.
  • Caeldori: No, no. Not at all, Mother. I still have so much more to learn. I'm very much a novice.
  • Azura: I don't believe that for a second. Anyway, do you need my help with anything?
  • Caeldori: I appreciate the offer, but I've just finished giving orders. Everything here is covered. I'm about to head over to the armory to do a check on the inventory. There really isn't a lot left to do.
  • Azura: I can help count supplies! It would go faster if we shared the work, right? With an army this size, there must be a lot of weapons and armor to keep track of.
  • Caeldori: Um... Normally, yes. But...
  • Azura: Just show me the logs. We just need to be sure the numbers are correct, don't we?
  • Caeldori: That's right, but... Well, just take a lot at this.
  • Azura: Is this the log? Excellent, now— Hang on... This looks more like a blueprint of the armory than a log.
  • Caeldori: I suppose it is a blueprint, yeah. I made it myself when I had a little free time. Basically, as long as the supplies are stored correctly, I can easily check them. It takes a fraction of the time, and...only one person. I'm sorry, Mother!
  • Azura: Well, that really is quite efficient! I guess I'll just go have tea. Over...there. I've never felt this strange feeling of uselessness before...
  • Caeldori: What was that? Did you say something?
  • Azura: N-no. Nothing at all...

B Support Edit

  • Caeldori: All right, these crates are fully loaded. Have the damaged weapons been stored?
  • Hoshidan: Yes, milady. All the weapons are where you indicated.
  • Caeldori: Perfect! Then all that's left is... That's right. Could you make sure the new weapons are delivered to the front?
  • Hoshidan: Right away, milady!
  • Azura: You handle everything so well, Caeldori.
  • Caeldori: Wah! Mother! I didn't see you standing over there.
  • Azura: That's OK. I meant to be unobtrusive. I was just watching you work.
  • Caeldori: Is something wrong? You seem a little uneasy today.
  • Azura: You've got such a good handle on how to run things here—it's really amazing. I'd actually thought I would need to offer my help for you to get started... Even planned on it, really.
  • Caeldori: Thank you, Mother...
  • Azura: You resemble your father so much. You inherited his perfection, his keen mind... You can manage other people so well, too.
  • Caeldori: Mother! You're making me blush...
  • Azura: Heehee. Well, I'll leave you to your work. I wouldn't want to distract you from it.

(Azura leaves)

  • Caeldori: Oh, it's fine, Mother, I... Oh, she's gone.

A Support Edit

  • Caeldori: Ah, there you are, Mother...
  • Azura: Caeldori...
  • Caeldori: Do you have some time? I wanted to speak to you about something...
  • Azura: Of course, dear. What is it?
  • Caeldori: The other day you were saying how much like Father I am... But I really don't think that is true.
  • Azura: Why would you say that?
  • Caeldori: I've always wanted to be like Father with his perfect genius. And his will that lets him accomplish anything he sets his mind to. But...I know I haven't reached his excellence.
  • Azura: But you've done such amazing work. I was stunned by that blueprint you showed me the other day.
  • Caeldori: But it wasn't as good as Father could have done. I think that is because he and I are fundamentally different. I don't yet have the experience he has, so I have to do things one step at a time. And when I thought about it, I realized that I may never be exactly like Father.
  • Azura: Caeldori...
  • Caeldori: Don't worry, Mother. That's good! Though I may never be as perfect as Father, I will always have him to strive for! I like to think that I'll learn quite a few things as I move forward. And I got this drive and this motivation from you, Mother. I know you've been feeling like you haven't been able to help me, so... I wanted you to know that, without the part of me that is from you being my mother... I would not be able to pursue my mission of improving and perfecting myself.
  • Azura: Caeldori... That is so wonderful to hear. *sniff* I can't express in words how happy I am. Oh no... I can feel tears coming on.
  • Caeldori: Mother, don't cry! I don't want to see tears rolling down your face!
  • Azura: Oh, don't worry, dear. These are tears of joy, after all! I'm so proud to have a daughter like you.

With Rhajat (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Azura: May I have a word with you, Rhajat?
  • Rhajat: Sure, Mother. What's on your mind?
  • Azura: I need to ask you something important. Please, be honest with me.
  • Rhajat: O-OK... What is it?
  • Azura: Someone told me that a group of villagers asked you to cast a spell upon them. Is that true?
  • Rhajat: They wanted me to perform a good-luck ritual for their upcoming harvest. I didn't really want to, but they were so insistent that I gave in eventually.
  • Azura: Those same villagers came by to complain about you.
  • Rhajat: Why would they complain? I just complied with their request.
  • Azura: Well evidently the people who you tried to help have fallen quite ill. It's sort of strange sickness that they've never seen before.
  • Rhajat: I don't know why that would be. But sometimes even benign magic can have unintended side effects...
  • Azura: These people are insisting that it was your spell that brought about their sickness. I don't believe for a minute that you would ever set out to harm anyone. But you have to tell me more about this enchantment. There's no sense in people being afraid of you due to an unfair assumption.
  • Rhajat: Those villagers will be wary of me regardless of what I do. Maybe it doesn't really matter...
  • Azura: What do you mean, exactly?
  • Rhajat: It's just complicated, Mother. You shouldn't involve yourself in this. No good will come of it.

(Rhajat leaves)

  • Azura: Don't leave, Rhajat. Come back!

B Support Edit

  • Azura: All right, I think that's everything I need. I wish it wasn't so heavy... Regardless, I'd better head out.
  • Rhajat: Greetings, Mother...
  • Azura: R-Rhajat! You startled me!
  • Rhajat: That bag is awfully large. What have you been getting up to?
  • Azura: Oh I was just about to go shopping. There's no need to worry about me.
  • Rhajat: I know things has been crazy lately, but you look exhausted. Why don't you rest? I'd be more than happy to go shopping for you.
  • Azura: Oh no, I wouldn't want to bother you with something so mundane. I can handle a trip to the market.
  • Rhajat: Is this supposed shopping trip just a ruse? You're only now leaving the house, and yet that bag is filled to the brim. You were planning to assist those sick villagers, weren't you?
  • Azura: H-how did you—
  • Rhajat: I have a keen awareness of events unfolding around me. Do you feel obligated to come to their aid because they blame me?
  • Azura: No, that's not it at all...
  • Rhajat: Then what is driving you to help them?
  • Azura: I simply need to assist people that are suffering. It's important to me. Please, don't worry. I'm not judging you.
  • Rhajat: You didn't have to sneak around behind my back though...
  • Azura: I'm sorry. I really must be going. They're waiting on me to deliver the supplies.
  • Rhajat: Wait... I know that I'm not responsible for this illness. I'll be able to explain everything soon. But I need a little more time...
  • Azura: Very well. I won't pressure you. Please come straight away when you're ready to talk.
  • Rhajat: Thank you for understanding, Mother.

A Support Edit

  • Rhajat: Here, Mother. I wanted to show you what I've been working on.
  • Azura: What is this plant, Rhajat? I've never seen it before. Do you think it will help with the villagers' sickness?
  • Rhajat: Yes, it will. It took longer than I would have liked to mature. I even had to use a bit of light magic to encourage the herb's growth. If I could have brought it to your sooner, I would have. I just needed to make sure it worked first. I'm sorry...
  • Azura: How did you discover this plant?
  • Rhajat: It took some time. When the villagers asked me to cast a spell for them, I noticed something strange... There were several people who were coughing profusely. A few of them also looked quite pale...
  • Azura: So they were already sick before you even cast that spell...
  • Rhajat: Yes, exactly. I had heard that there was a rare herb that naturally fights illness. I managed to track down some seeds and got to sprouting them right away.
  • Azura: You could have told them that you were working on a cure. Didn't you imagine that they would be suspicious of you?
  • Rhajat: My sole concern wasn't their perception of me. It was their health. The most important thing was to find a cure before the sickness got out of control. All I really cared about was you trusting me.
  • Azura: You're so very headstrong...
  • Rhajat: Um, why are you hugging me? We need to get this herb to the villagers right away.
  • Azura: Oh shush! Let me enjoy this moment! You did the right thing, even if your ways were a bit strange.
  • Rhajat: Ow, Mother! Let me go already. It hurts when you squeeze me so tightly. Listen, you should help me turn this herb into a tea. That way, we can distribute it quickly.
  • Azura: Oh yes, of course. I'm sorry. Let's go, Rhajat!

With Siegbert (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Siegbert: Mother... So this is where you were.
  • Azura: Oh, hello, Siegbert...
  • Siegbert: You seem tired. Is everything OK?
  • Azura: Don't worry about me---I'm fine. I've just been very busy lately---it's left me with some aches I just can't get rid of...
  • Siegbert: I see... Mother, I think I know the perfect way to help us both!
  • Azura: Help? What do you mean?
  • Siegbert: I'd like to give you a shoulder massage.
  • Azura: Well, I see how that could help me, but...how does it help you?
  • Siegbert: Like you, I've been feeling some aches and pains. One of the healers here showed me some pressure points to relieve the pain, but I can't really find the spots when I try to massage myself. If I could practice on your shoulders, you could tell me when I find the spots.
  • Azura: Well, I'm not one to refuse a free massage---not when it'll help us both.
  • Siegbert: Excellent! Thank you, Mother. Here, try and relax...
  • Azura: ...Ahhh. That feels great. I can already feel my shoulder pain easing. Thank you, Siegbert. I hope you're not nearly as sore as I was.
  • Siegbert: No need for concern, Mother. I'm the one who should be thanking you. Now that I know where to apply pressure my pain will be a thing of the past.
  • Azura: Just the same, thank you, Siegbert.

With Forrest (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Forrest: Mother! You have such great timing!
  • Azura: hmm? Hello, Forrest. Why do I have great timing?
  • Forrest: Because I have something to give you. I was just on my way to see you, in fact.
  • Azura: Oh, really? A present for me... What is it?
  • Forrest: It's an extra-special dress!
  • Azura: Oh my, it looks so comfortable and lovely! And it's just my size. This will be so wonderful to move around in.
  • Forrest: I'm glad--and relieved--that you like it. I was worried it wouldn't appeal to you.
  • Azura: It's absolutely perfect. Thank you , Forrest. What was it that drove you to make a dress for me?
  • Forrest: How could you tell that I made it?
  • Azura: This embroidery in the front is a sure sign of your work, of course. I don't know very many people who could craft something so complex.
  • Forrest: Aww, thank you, Mother. Your kind words mean a great deal.
  • Azura: And look at these colors. It was no accident that you used my favorites. I'm tempted to wear this every day, right up until the sleeves wear out!
  • Forrest: You don't have to do that! And anyway, why would you wear the same thing? Give me a littl time, and I'll happily make you a variety of clothes to wear!
  • Azura: Heehee. Well, thank you, Forrest. That would be wonderful.

B Support Edit

  • Forrest: *sigh*
  • Azura: Hey there, Forrest. You look sad. Did something happen?
  • Forrest: Mother... How could you tell? Mother's intuition?
  • Azura: I wouldn't need that to see you're upset. It's written all over your face.
  • Forrest: Ah, I see... I was in town, picking up some supplies, and I ran into the worst people. There was an elderly man who had gotten lost, and no one would help him. A few townsfolk were mocking him! I was disheartened to see people be so cruel.
  • Azura: That's terrible, dear. What did you do?
  • Forrest: I helped him get home, of course! The poor dear was so confused. I don't understand. It's one thing to stand by idly, but they were laughing at him!
  • Azura: Forrest...
  • Forrest: I know I shouldn't be surprised. People can be incredibly unkind. Sometimes I wish I could shut myself up in my room... forever!
  • Azura: But, Forrest, if you lock yourself away, then you will miss opportunities to do good. Just think--if you'd stayed home, no one would have rescued that old man. The world needs you to be brave.
  • Forrest: Thanks, Mother. I must find my courage again.
  • Azura: Remember, dear, callous people will always find a reason to be mean. But you cannot let that be an excuse to turn your heart to stone.
  • Forrest: your right. It would hurt even more to change myself just to avoid their cruelty.
  • Azura: You can always come and talk to me when you're feeling sad, dear. Even if all I can offer you is a sympathetic ear, you know I'm always here for you.
  • Forrest: I couldn't ask for anything more. Thank you, Mother.

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Heeheehee... *hum*
  • Forrest: Hello, Mother! You look very happy today. Did something good happen?
  • Azura: Oh yes, Forrest. Something wonderful. I wore the dress you made for me when I went into town today, and... I was absolutely overwhelmed with compliments from everyone I met.
  • Forrest: Truly? That makes me really happy to hear, Mother!
  • Azura: Nothing makes a mother happier than hearing praise for something her child did. And though everyone;s compliments were directed at the dress... I still felt like the most beautiful woman while I was wearing it.
  • Forrest: What do you mean? You are beautiful! It wasn't just the dress that made you so. All the dress did was highlight your natural traits.
  • Azura: Heehee, that's very sweet of you, Forrest. However, that's not why I was so proud.
  • Forrest: No?
  • Azura: A stranger asked me a question that would delight any other mother's heart. She wanted to know if I had raised the charming girl she'd seen the other day. She saw you help that old man, and she was impressed by your kindness.
  • Forrest: Really?!. ...Mother, you've made me realize something... I cannot let the laughter of cruel people stop me from being who I am. Long ago, I decided I wouldn't let them change the way I dress... and I certainly won't let them stop me from being compassionate towards others.
  • Azura: Good. I'm glad to hear it!
  • Forrest: Thank you, Mother. I'll follow your advice from earlier and keep being me. I think I'll start by making you another dress to wear around town. I'm sure you'll love it!
  • Azura: Heehee. Thank you, Forrest.

With Ignatius (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Ignatius: Hello, Mother. I was wondering if you could help me with something...
  • Azura: Oh, hello, Ignatius. What is it you need?
  • Ignatius: You know...now that I'm here it seems a little silly. Forget about it. I can take care of it.
  • Azura: Heehee. Don't tell me you saw a spider again. Or a worm, maybe?
  • Ignatius: It was a spider riding a worm. If it had just been a spider OR a worm, I could have handled it—I swear!
  • Azura: It's OK, Ignatius. We all have our phobias. Do you want me to take care of it?
  • Ignatius: Yes, but...please do NOT squish them. Just take them somewhere far, far away. This will be the last time—I promise.
  • Azura: I'm sure it will. But just in case it isn't, I'll always have time to help my son.
  • Ignatius: I know. I really am working up the courage to handle my own bugs, you know?
  • Azura: You'll get there someday. But until that day comes... you can come to me anytime to stomp on those scary bugs for you.
  • Ignatius: No, I said DON'T squish them! I don't want bug guts on my things!

B Support Edit

  • Ignatius: Good day, Mother. Do you have a moment?
  • Azura: Always. What's wrong, Ignatius? Is something crawling around in your tent again?
  • Ignatius: No! I told you, I'm going to deal with my own bugs from now on. Why, just the other day a ladybug landed on my forearm... And, through gritted teeth, I was able to gently brush it away.
  • Azura: That's wonderful! But if it's not an insect problem, then what's troubling you?
  • Ignatius: Well, it is about my tent. There's something wrong with it.
  • Azura: Oh dear, it's not leaky, is it? I'd hate for you to catch a chill.
  • Ignatius: No, the fabric is intact. It's just... I believe my tent is haunted. As I was drifting off to sleep, I was sure I could see a face staring at me!
  • Azura: Heehee... A face, you say? You're sure it wasn't a friendly caterpillar?
  • Ignatius: MOTHER! That's not funny.
  • Azura: My apologies, Ignatius. Do you think it's an evil spirit? Shall we drive it out?
  • Ignatius: I mean, I don't believe in evil spirits. I know they don't exist, but... What if they do?
  • Azura: Even if they do... I'd say you're a strong enough boy to make them think twice about haunting you.
  • Ignatius: I'm sorry. You're right. I shouldn't be afraid. I wish I wasn't so cowardly about these things.
  • Azura: Oh, Ignatius... Having a phobia doesn't make you a coward. No coward could do the things I've seen you do in battle.
  • Ignatius: Really? You mean that?
  • Azura: Absolutely. Never mind the ghosts and spiders—you're brave when it counts.
  • Ignatius: Heh. Well, thank you, Mother.
  • Azura: Speaking of bravery... Do you still keep those stuffed animals in your tent?
  • Ignatius: Yes, what of it?
  • Azura: Because it occurs to me there might be another explanation for a face in the night.
  • Ignatius: Oh. OH! Never mind.

A Support Edit

  • Ignatius: Hello, Mother. I have something for you.
  • Azura: What a lovely charm. Is this one of the ones you made?
  • Ignatius: Yes. It's meant to bring you good luck.
  • Azura: I'll keep it with me always. What brought this on, if I might ask?
  • Ignatius: It's just... I don't want you to die.
  • Azura: Ignatius...
  • Ignatius: I know I shouldn't worry about it, but... I get scared every time you fight. If something were to happen to you...
  • Azura: I understand your concern. I fear for my own life sometimes, too. But I'm surrounded by so many people who support me that it all turns out OK.
  • Ignatius: Yes, and I know they'd never let anything happen to you. But I still worry. You're the only person who accepts me just the way I am. I...I just can't stand the thought of losing you.
  • Azura: Are you sure about that, Ignatius? I wonder if you aren't assuming people will be as critical of you as you are. I think you'd find if you opened up a bit more, they'd accept you with open arms.
  • Ignatius: You're right. Of course.
  • Azura: So you needn't be afraid of losing me. Even if the time comes for us to say good-bye... there will be others who care for you.
  • Ignatius: I know. I'll try to be stronger. I'm sorry if I worried you.
  • Azura: I've been worrying about you since the day you were born, Ignatius. It's what a mother does. You may as well apologize for the sun rising each morning.
  • Ignatius: I see your point. Just...promise me you'll live a long, healthy life, OK?
  • Azura: Anything for you, my love.

With Velouria (Daughter) Edit

 C Support Edit

  • Velouria: Mom? Where are you, Mom?! *sniff* *sniff* *SNIFF* Ooh, I think she's this way...
  • Azura: Velouria, what is it, my love?
  • Velouria: Mom! There you are! I knew my nose wouldn't fail me in my time of need.
  • Azura: Oh, is there something you need?
  • Velouria: Mom... may I have a hug? A big one? Right now?
  • Azura: Of course, my spoiled girl.
  • Velouria: *sniff* *sniff* Mom, you smell so sweet. Just like a flower!
  • Azura: Thank you, Velouria. My nose isn't as good as yours, but I bet you smell sweet as well.
  • Velouria: *SNIFF-SNIFF* ... I'm getting sleepy just being in your arms, Mom... *sniff* *sniff*
  • Azura: You've had a big day, haven't you? Why don't you take a little nap?
  • Velouria: Mom... Don't ever go anywhere... I want to stay with you...forever... *sniff* *sniff* Zzz...
  • Azura: I won't go anywhere, I promise. Sweet dreams, Velouria.
  • Velouria: Zzz... I love you, Mom... Zzzzz...

B Support Edit

  • Azura: Velouria! Your dinner's ready!
  • Velouria: ...
  • Azura: What's wrong, Velouria? You seem preoccupied.
  • Velouria: Mom, I've been thinking... You shouldn't be here.
  • Azura: Whatever do you mean?
  • Velouria: I want you to go somewhere far away from here. Somewhere safe. If you stay here, something bad might happen!
  • Azura: We all face that danger every day, darling. Especially when fighting a way.
  • Velouria: I know! That's why you have to go far away from this place!
  • Azura: You really want me to leave you, your father, and everyone else? To be all alone forever?
  • Velouria: I don't like the sound of it either, but it's the only way to keep you safe. Missing you is a lot better than losing you forever.
  • Azura: I'm sorry, Velouria, but I'm not going anywhere. I have unfinished business here. Everyone is relying on me to help.
  • Velouria: I don't care about the others-only you! You're my mom... I need you to be safe.
  • Azura: It's because I'm your mother that I won't leave. I'm doing all this for you, darling.
  • Velouria: I don't understand...
  • Azura: I need to create a world where you can live safely. I won't stop until I do.
  • Velouria: ...
  • Azura: I'm sorry you worry about me, but that's just the way it has to be.
  • Velouria: Mom... May I hug you for a while?
  • Azura: Of course, my love.
  • Velouria: You smell so nice, Mom... Don't...don't ever leave me... *sniff*
  • Azura: I will never leave your heart, my love. That's a promise.

A Support Edit

  • Velouria: Mom... MOM?!
  • Azura: I'm right here, Velouria. What's wrong?
  • Velouria: I need to hug you some more.
  • Azura: Ha ha, I won't say no to that. You're so needy these days.
  • Velouria: You smell more like a flower every day, Mom.
  • Azura: Thank you, darling. That's so sweet of you to say.
  • Velouria: Mom...I'm sorry for saying such funny things the other day. I won't ever tell you to go away again. I think I understand why you refused.
  • Azura: Don't worry about it, my love. I'm just glad you're not upset anymore.
  • Velouria: I decided I'm going to get stronger. Strong enough to protect you! You're the most important mom in the whole world, so I have to watch over you.
  • Azura: I feel the same about you, Velouria. You're so very dear to me. I promise to get stronger too. After all, I must protect my sweet little girl. You are the greatest treasure in the world, my love.
  • Velouria: Is it OK if I hug you a little longer?
  • Azura: Hug me for as long as you need to, Velouria.
  • Velouria: Can I hug you tighter and tighter until we both explode from love?
  • Azura: Ha ha, how about just short of that?
  • Velouria: My mom. the ocean rose... I love you so much... I'll love you forever and ever, Mom...
  • Azura: I'll love you forever and ever too.

With Percy (Son) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Percy: Mom! I've returned! Is dinner ready?
  • Azura: Welcome back, Percy. I actually just finished, so let it cool.
  • Percy: No time to wait! So hungry, and so little time!
  • Azura: Hold your horses! Did you wash your hands first?
  • Percy: I...did not. I will do it now though.
  • Azura: Calm down a bit while you're at it. There's plenty of food.
  • Percy: But I have to eat fast... Every moment I don't train is a missed opportunity. Eat fast, train fast! I have go get big and strong quickly. How else will I be able to protect you?
  • Azura: You want to protect me, Percy? It makes me happy to hear that.
  • Percy: I'll never let anything bad happen to you! You can count on me, Mom!
  • Azura: OK. But you won't be able to protect me if you choke on your meal, so...chew! Also, how will you train if you make yourself sick eating so fast?
  • Percy: You make excellent points, Mom! For now, I'll train myself to eat quickly but efficiently!
  • Azura: Heehee, that's a good plan, Percy.

B Support Edit

  • Percy: Mom! I have returned!
  • Azura: Welcome back, Per... Percy! What happened to your knee?!
  • Percy: Never fear, Mom! It is only a small scratch—a sign of my dedicated training.
  • Azura: You poor thing. Come here and let's get it disinfected.
  • Percy: Disinfect? No... I'm sure it'll be fine. We can just leave it be.
  • Azura: It is not going to be fine! That's not how injuries work. Now come here; I'm just gonna put a little medicine on it.
  • Percy: I'm telling you, I'm fine, but if it will make you feel better...
  • Azura: A mother is allowed to worry over her children, no matter how old they are. Here—hold still.
  • Percy: Ouch! By the gods, that stings! Couldn't you be a bit more gentle?
  • Azura: Oh, Percy. If you can't tolerate this, how are you going to be able to protect me?
  • Percy: What? No, just then I was...pretending! Yeah, I was pretending it hurt! That's how I would lull a bad guy into a false sense of security. Jeez, Mom, I can't believe you fell for it. Go on, more medicine! I can handle it all!
  • Azura: Don't be silly, Percy. I only needed that tiny amount.
  • Percy: *phew*
  • Azura: How did you hurt your knee, anyway?
  • Percy: Oh, I was sprinting down a mountain, but I didn't see a branch and tripped. I rolled a ways down before I got my feet under me again.
  • Azura: You rolled down a mountain and only cut your knee a little? You definitely don't have your father's luck. Just the same, you have to promise me that you'll lay off the dangerous training.
  • Percy: But... How can I become strong enough to protect you if I do?
  • Azura: I really do appreciate that you want to protect me, Percy, but... If it means you doing dangerous things, then I'll have no part in it. You understand that I'm just looking out for you by saying so, right?
  • Percy: You're right. I'm sorry, Mom!
  • Azura: Good, I'm glad you understand. Now then, why don't we get something to eat before you run off again?
  • Percy: Yay! All that rolling really made me hungry!

A Support Edit

  • Percy: Hey, Mom...
  • Azura: Hello, Percy. What's the matter? You look a little down.
  • Percy: I'm not sure if I can get strong enough to protect you, Mom.
  • Azura: What makes you say that?
  • Percy: Well, I've seen a lot of really strong people around the camp. It seems like they're all stronger than me. I'm worried that there are foes much, much stronger than me out there. When I think about running into one of them before I'm ready, I lose confidence...
  • Azura: I see what you mean, but you really shouldn't worry, Percy. Of course there are stronger people, but one day you'll be stronger than all of them.
  • Percy: Do you really think that, Mom? Or are you just trying to make me feel better?
  • Azura: Oh, I really do believe that, dear. A mother just knows these things. I can tell by how committed you are to growing stronger, if you must know. I think...someday you'll be the strongest person in the world.
  • Percy: But someday isn't good enough! Evil won't wait for me to become strong enough to defeat it!
  • Azura: Don't you worry about that. Until you're strong enough, I'll be protecting you. I'm pretty strong too, you know. And once you've become the strongest person ever, you can take over. How's that sound?
  • Percy: Yeah...that sounds like a good plan. It's a deal! I'm gonna work so hard to become strong, no enemy will dare to cross my path!
  • Azura: And I'll cheer you on! But for now, let's have dinner. I even made your favorite dish.
  • Percy: Woohoo! Thanks, Mom!

With Ophelia (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Ophelia: Mother, there you are! The situation is most dire...
  • Azura: What's wrong, dear?
  • Ophelia: Deep within me, the greedy beast rumbles. It demands an offering!
  • Azura: Hmmm, you're hungry? Is that it?
  • Ophelia: Exactly! You understand me so well.
  • Azura: Of course, Ophelia. I am a chosen one, after all.
  • Ophelia: Y-you are?! I always suspected it was true, but... I'm actually a little jealous, Mother. I want to be a chosen one, too. When the stars align and I become one, we can fight side by side!
  • Azura: Heehee. I look forward to that.
  • Ophelia: But first, we must overcome this beast within me that cries for nourishment!
  • Azura: OK, OK. Let's make ourselves something to eat, then.
  • Ophelia: I can help! What do you want me to do?
  • Azura: Could you go grab those bowls over there?
  • Ophelia: Right away! I can already predict that the meal we make with these bowls— AHHH!
  • Ophelia: Mother! Terrible news! The way these bowls have shattered foretells dire events!
  • Azura: You know, Ophelia, you should apologize after you break something...
  • Ophelia: Oh, all right. I'm sorry...

B Support Edit

  • Ophelia: Hrm.
  • Azura: Is something bothering you, dear?
  • Ophelia: Ah, Mother. Of course you could tell. Chosen ones see everything, don't they?
  • Azura: Would you like to talk things out with me? I'm more than happy to listen.
  • Ophelia: I suppose it couldn't hurt... When I try to look into the future, I can't tell if I'll become a chosen one... Do you really think it will happen?
  • Azura: What makes you doubt it?
  • Ophelia: Well, I'm not as strong as you or Father...
  • Azura: Is that what worries you? Don't worry, my dear. It isn't strength alone that makes you a chosen one.
  • Ophelia: I guess you're right... But you're so strong, it must have been easy for you to become one, right?
  • Azura: I wasn't always this strong, Ophelia. It wasn't until I became a chosen one that I grew to be this strong, actually.
  • Ophelia: Really? I had no idea...
  • Azura: Do you know who I was chosen by?
  • Ophelia: Was it fate? Some sort of supreme being? The leader of a mighty kingdom?
  • Azura: Nothing like that. It was you who made me a chosen one.
  • Ophelia: What?! How did I do that?
  • Azura: When you were born into this world, I knew I had to become stronger. I needed to be strong enough to protect you from anything that happened. So don't worry. I'm certain that one day you'll find your reason to be a chosen one.
  • Ophelia: You're right. Thank you for helping, Mother.

A Support Edit

  • Ophelia: Hi, Mother!
  • Azura: Hello there, dear. You're looking bright and cheerful today.
  • Ophelia: I'm feeling bright and cheerful today! And it's all thanks to you! Your kind words cut through the darkness in me, slaying the doubt that lurked there.
  • Azura: I'm glad to hear it.
  • Ophelia: Now I am on a quest to fill the space left behind, so I'd like you to teach me! I need to learn anything and everything— battlefield tactics, proper cooking. Whatever knowledge you can spare will help!
  • Azura: Why the sudden motivation?
  • Ophelia: Someday I want to be able to impart my knowledge to the next generation. I want to be able to banish the doubt and uncertainty from others, like you! But I won't be able to if I don't grow stronger in the meantime. I need the strength to back up my words! That's the best way to be taken seriously.
  • Azura: That's very true.
  • Ophelia: I must become an amazing chosen one, just like you! Teach me everything you know! Knowledge is water, and I am lost in a desert!
  • Azura: All right. I'll teach you everything then.
  • Ophelia: Thank you, Mother. What should we start with? Chores?
  • Azura: Since we're right here, why don't we start with how to clean the dishes?
  • Ophelia: You mean these dishes? They're just begging to be— OH NO!
  • Ophelia: Awww. I'm sorry, Mother. I broke another dish...
  • Azura: It's OK, dear. And look! You apologized right away this time.
  • Ophelia: Of course I did! A chosen one must never try and hide their mistakes, right?
  • Azura: Heehee. You're becoming stronger already, dear.

With Soleil (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Soleil: Hi, Mom! What are you doing? Sharpening blades?
  • Azura: Hello, Soleil. You're always so energetic, aren't you? Oh, and right you are. Keeping our blades sharp can make all the difference in battle.
  • Soleil: Ah, that makes sense. ... ...
  • Azura: Soleil? Is something wrong? Why are you... staring at me like that?
  • Soleil: Shhh... Let me soak in this moment so I can remember it forever. You... The perfect mother. Standing with a blade glinting gracefully in the sun... Your pretty hair blowing gently in the breeze as you sharpen it... KEEHEEHEE! It's just too adorable!! This is the cutest little army scene I've ever seen! It really is!
  • Azura: Haha, you're... something else, my darling. I'm just helping keep our armory in shape. It's important that we all chip in. There's really no need to romanticize it.
  • Soleil: MOM! Stop it- you're being WAY too humble about all this. I feel like... I've never truly understood the beauty of weapon maintenance. Until now. The way you hold each sword at the perfect angle... And how your brow furrows... It's too cute! I can't take it! ... Mom, we need to go into town and get some tea. Like, RIGHT NOW. You simply MUST tell me how you achieved such an adorable little scene!
  • Azura: Haha, another time, Soleil. I still have quite a few weapons to sharpen before I'm done. We can talk about... um... adorable sword maintenance some other time. If you'll excuse me...
  • Soleil: No! Wait! MOMMMMM!

B Support Edit

  • Soleil: Adroit hands, pale yet strong, reach into the golden feed... With a swift flick of the wrist, she adorably scatters the food on the ground... Fluffy, grateful animals line up in droves, just to be near her loveliness... Keehee... KEEHEEHEEE...
  • Azura: Um, Soleil? Could you please give me a little space, darling? Your persistent narration is distracting, and I still have more livestock to feed.
  • Soleil: Geez, Mom! It's not MY fault all of your chores turn into an idyllic scene! Why don't you try dialing down the cuteness a notch or two? It's the LEAST you can do if you don't want to attract attention. Sheesh.
  • Azura: Soleil, that's enough!
  • Soleil: Mom! You yelled at me! *sniffle* Actually... D'awww... You're even cute when you're annoyed! Look how your nose crinkles! LOOK! Heeheehee!
  • Azura: *sigh* You must have inherited this distracting, complimenting behavior from your father... Come on now—you need to move out of the way. I still have a lot of work to do.
  • Soleil: Really? You've been working all morning! Don't you want to take a break? I got this wonderful blanket from the fair the other day—we could go picnic on it! It'd be the cutest scene, too. A mother and daughter, enjoying the morning air.
  • Azura: I'm sorry, Soleil. If I take a break now, I won't be able to finish everything.
  • Soleil: Awww... Mom, do you work this hard every day?
  • Azura: When it's time to do chores? Of course. This is just about the normal amount.
  • Soleil: Oh. I didn't know that.
  • Azura: I have to go feed the horses now. Hop out of the way there, dear.
  • Soleil: Oh, I can help you!
  • Azura: Really? I'd appreciate it. Here, take this knife and cut those carrots. They'll make for a nice treat.
  • Soleil: Aww, look at us doing chores together! It's really the cutest...
  • Azura: *sigh* There's no stopping you, is there?

A Support Edit

  • Azura: Hmm, I suppose I'll ration out our latest batch of supplies next...
  • Soleil: Moooom! MOM! MOMMM!!
  • Azura: Soleil, I'm busy right now. Sorry, but I don't have time for any silliness today.
  • Soleil: But I'm not just here to talk about the cute way you're counting those food cans! Although... It's pretty amazing... Keehee... Oh! But I digress. I'm here because I need to tell you something. I've learned a lot from watching you do your chores recently... I've learned to appreciate you, not just for being adorable, but for all that you do. I really had no idea how much work it takes to keep this little army running smoothly.
  • Azura: I see. Well, thank you. That's very nice of you to say.
  • Soleil: That's why I've made a decision! I'm going to start working hard too. You're my mother! I can't just let you shoulder all these chores yourself!
  • Azura: Soleil... Thank you for the thought. It really means a great deal to me. But don't worry about me. Just knowing you're willing to help is enough, really.
  • Soleil: You're so self-sacrificing... It's adorable! But I really do want to help, Mom! Please... May I?
  • Azura: Well, if you're this committed to the idea... Sure, Soleil. You can help me.
  • Soleil: Yay! I'll work really hard, I promise!
  • Azura: There's just one condition. No more of this nonsense about how cute I am, OK? It's very distracting.
  • Soleil: Hahaha, oh, Mom, I can't promise the impossible!! After all, now that mother and daughter are working together... I think these chores will turn out twice as cute as they were before!
  • Azura: Oh, Soleil... What am I going to do with you?

With Nina (Daughter) Edit

C Support Edit

  • Nina: Mmm...that was really something. The way those were chatting like old friends... What could they have been talking about? The mind wanders...
  • Azura: Ah, hello, Nina. I wasn't expecting you back so soon.
  • Nina: Gah! Mother?! What are you doing here? I thought you were training! You didn't hear me talking about...stuff... Did you?
  • Azura: "Stuff"? Whatever do you mean?
  • Nina: Nothing! Don't worry about it! Whew...
  • Azura: Speaking of stuff...I meant to tell you that I straightened your room today. No thanks necessary, dear. You're welcome.
  • NIna: Mother! That's my private space.
  • Azura: You'll find the books that were under your bed stacked on top of your desk. I wasn't sure where you'd want them, so I left them there for you.
  • Nina: Oh my gods, oh my gods, oh my gods... PLEASE tell me you didn't open any of those books...
  • Azura: Nina, it's a bad habit to mumble. Speak up, dear!
  • Nina: My diaries and journals, Mother! Did you read them or didn't you?
  • Azura: I know better than to look into a girl's private things. What you write in your journal is for you, not your mother. I respect that. Although, really... To know your mother read them would be worse than whether she did or not, hmm?
  • Nina: What's that supposed to mean? It sounds like you DID read them! Well? Did you or didn't you? ARRRRGH!

B Support Edit

  • Nina: *sigh* Why does it always have to be so difficult...
  • Azura: What do you mean, dear?
  • NIna: Oh...hi, Mother. I...I dunno.
  • Azura: Nina...if you're having a problem, you can always discuss it with me. I'm your mother.
  • Nina: Well, I suppose things can't get any worse... I...I have a hard time talking to guys. But I think about them all the time! I feel like such a freak. Like they know that I'm thinking about them... And I just clam up and turn red. It's so awful!
  • Azura: I think what you're going through is more common than you realize. Many girls your age have a difficult time speaking to boys.
  • Nina: Ugh, you don't understand! When I finally manage to stammer a few words out... I start acting super mean and creepy for no reason! I need to change. But I don't know how...
  • Azura: Recognizing what you're doing wrong is a good start. It's not everything, but as long as you're sincere in desire to change... A little bit of consideration will go along way toward your dealings with others.
  • NIna: You really think so?
  • Azura: It won't happen overnight. But your goal is an achievable one, I think.
  • Nina: Thanks, Mother. I actually feel a little bit better.
  • Azura: Admittedly, I'm a bit shocked to know you're shy around boys. I wouldn't have guessed it by what I found in your journals...
  • Nina: Wait, so you DID read them? AGHHH! I'm going to DIEEEEEE!

A Support Edit

  • Nina: Hey, Mother. Guess what? I talked to a guy today, and I wasn't weird at all!
  • Azura: That's wonderful, dear! What was the secret?
  • Nina: Well, it was pretty basic as far as talking goes. I just gave him directions. But I didn't say anything weird or run away randomly!
  • Azura: Even a little bit of progress is good news.
  • Nina: Right? I've been giggling about it all afternoon.
  • Azura: I'm very proud of you, Nina. This could be the start of big things for you. Maybe you'll even outgrow your old hobbies...
  • Nina: I thought we agreed to never speak of...my hobbies...ever again!
  • Azura: Pardon me, dear. They've just been on my mind lately... You certainly had a wide range of stratagems for eavesdropping on boys.
  • Nina: How many of my diaries did you read, Mother? Jeez!
  • Azura: Not all of them! Just enough to glean that Avatar would be interested in perusing them.
  • Nina: WHAT?! Why would you do that? WHY?
  • Azura: Why, you're a prodigy of spycraft, dear! And your diaries proved it. If we train all our soldiers in the techniques you developed... Think of the intelligence we could gain!
  • Nina: Great. Now everyone knows what a huge freak I am. Thanks, Mother.
  • Azura: You're not a freak, dear. You're my special little girl, and I love you. Come give your mother a great big hug!

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