Dayan: We Sacaeans pray to the Sky and the Earth. The light of day and the darkness of night that engulfs this land... They produce wind, lightning, fire, ice, and many other affinities... Every person on this planet is protected by one of the elements. According to my clan's beliefs, I am protected by the Anima affinity.
Jodel: I see. Interesting.
Dayan: What do you mean?
Jodel: The Elimine Church has similar beliefs. When the creator made man, he blessed them all with one of the seven affinities. However, those elements...
Dayan: ...Those elements hold no power on their own.
Dayan: Hm. ...Interesting, indeed.
Jodel: Yes. Perhaps... This is one of the truths of the creation of our world.
Dayan: Rutger, you said that you fight for revenge.
Dayan: What will you do after you have your revenge?
Dayan: I am asking you... After you avenge your clan, what will you do?
Rutger: ...You have no right to know.
Dayan: Will you dedicate your life to revenge? Is that all right with you?
Rutger: You want me to just keep quiet, even after seeing my entire clan killed? ...But you have suffered the same.
Dayan: That is not what I am saying. We are men of Sacae. We must make those who desecrate our land pay. However...even if we do win this war and destroy Bern, those that we lost will still not return.
Dayan: You cannot regain what you have lost through revenge.
Dayan: I see you're still suffering over it. Well, I suppose you can't get over it that easily...
Sue: I... I just let our people...
Dayan: ...Sue, let's go out for a long ride after this battle.
Sue: A long ride? In a time like this?
Dayan: Especially in a time like this. You could get yourself killed fighting with other things occupying your mind. Do you understand?
Sue: Yes. But...
Dayan: You must listen more carefully to the voice of Father Sky and Mother Earth. We humans are but tiny creatures compared to the size of the great Sky and Earth. Haven't I always been telling you this?
Sue: But I am listening...!
Dayan: No, you're only listening to your own voice. We're leaving for a while after this battle. Understood?
Dayan: Sin... I'm sorry I put you through such a difficult task. I must thank you for finding my granddaughter.
Sin: It was nothing, Chief.
Dayan: It must not have been an easy journey. Where did you go after you left us?
Sin: After we lost the battle, I set out looking for Lady Sue. I traversed through Lycia and crossed the ocean to the Western Isles. That is where I found her. It was several months after you gave me the order.
Dayan: I see... It has been that long since we lost that battle.
Dayan: We lost many of our clansmen. ...Young ones, too.
Sin: But you have survived, Chief. No matter how separated the clan is, you can bring us back together.
Dayan: Father Sky has not brought only misfortune to us. Some good things happened to us after we lost. Especially for you.
Sin: What do you mean?
Dayan: The land isn't as it used to be. We Sacaeans must think with broader perspectives outside of the clans.
Sin: But Chief...
Dayan: You seem to have learned much during your travels. I'm already too old to change my way of thinking. But you are still young. It is your responsibility to lead Sacae to a brighter future. This is an order from your Chief, Sin. It is up to you youths to decide Sacae's fate.