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It has been suggested that this article or section be moved to Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones/Support Conversations.
The reason given was: Break up as Character Name/Supports or leave as superpage with adding on needed?.'There may be discussion about this move at this page's talk page.


This article has yet to be finished by its author. He/She asks you for a little more time while they finish the article. However, if no progress by the author has been made in quite some time, or the author has been criticalled during battle, we ask you to help finish the article.

My plan is start each conversation with a heading (i.e Vanessa/Innes,) and then under them have a sub heading for support conversations C, B and A.

This is a transcript of all the support conversations available in the game Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. As this is a long article, it is suggested you search the article for anything you are particularly looking for using Ctrl + F or by using the Table of Contents navigation links.

Eirika/EphraimEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Ephraim: Eirika, are you all right?
  • Eirika: I am fine, Brother.
  • Ephraim: I'm right here, so please call me if you need anything. I'll always be nearby.
  • Eirika: Yes, thank you. But you do understand that I am here to fight, don't you? I cannot ask you to watch me constantly. I am your sister, not your ward.
  • Ephraim: Eirika...
  • Eirika: Wait, don't... What are you--?
  • Ephraim: You looked a little upset... I thought I would stroke your face like I used to...
  • Eirika: Please stop it. You're treating me like a child...
  • Ephraim: Oh, I'm sorry. It's just an old habit... Besides, you were always the one who pestered me to do it when we were little. Don't you remember?
  • Eirika: N-no, I don't remember! That was such a long time ago... Ahh... Dear brother, please try to remember where we are right now. What would our companions say if they saw us in such a personal moment?
  • Ephraim: Yes, that would be embarrassing... Forgive me, I did not mean to do anything you would find unpleasant.
  • Eirika: N-no... I didn't mean that... It's just--
  • Ephraim: So, you really do want me to stroke your face?
  • Eirika: No! I mean, look...
  • Ephraim: Ha ha, you always did blush so easily! You haven't changed at all!
  • Eirika: E-enough! Brother...you are starting to anger me!

B SupportEdit

  • Eirika: Yaa... Yaa!
  • Ephraim: Eirika, try taking a deeper step forward when you lunge. Otherwise, you might find it hard to dodge the counterthrust of a foe. That's why you always want to end a duel with a single blow. Don't give your opponent the chance to return the attack.
  • Eirika: Ah, Brother! Thank you for the instruction! I suppose I still have a lot to learn.
  • Ephraim: No, not at all! Rather, I am surprised at your rapid progress after such a short time! I think you would give me an excellent match were we to spar.
  • Eirika: You really think so? And yet, I feel... Sigh... If only we lived in a world where such skills were not even necessary.
  • Ephraim: I see... You're a peaceful soul. All of this fighting... It must be hard on you.
  • Eirika: It is... I just pray that this fighting will end as swiftly as possible. No one desires this war. So why must it continue?
  • Ephraim: ...Indeed. And yet there is fighting in every generation. In ancient times, our ancestors fought all manner of evil beast. But once the beasts were subdued, man then fought against fellow man... So we learned from Lyon.
  • Eirika: I know... But if men understand the futility of fighting, why do they do it? We could gain so much more by cooperation than by conquest.
  • Ephraim: You may be right... ...But I think... I understand why.
  • Eirika: Why, Brother...?
  • Ephraim: I pray for peace to return to our fair Renais. I know that war brings only sorrow. And yet, somewhere in my heart... There is a lust for battle that cannot be stilled. It screams within me when I clutch this spear...
  • Eirika: Brother...
  • Ephraim: Perhaps it is because I am a man. Perhaps it is because I was raised to fight. I enjoy the practice of my art. I find pleasure in the battle victorious. And the stronger I become... The more strongly the call to arms sounds within my ears. I want to see how great is the skill that I have acquired. It may be crass and low, but I cannot deny it.
  • Eirika: Brother...
  • Ephraim: You would disdain me for this?
  • Eirika: No, I could never... But, Brother, listen. No matter why you fight... Please ensure that this fighting brings good to our people and to our kingdom.
  • Ephraim: Of course. I am not so far gone as that. And I could not bear to see you cry for our people. Besides, I would fear the judgment of your mighty sword!
  • Eirika: Brother, I--!
  • Ephraim: Ha ha! I'm joking, of course!

A SupportEdit

  • Eirika: Just...a bit longer.
  • Ephraim: Yes, you may be right. There may be an end to this fighting soon. We may yet defeat the evil in this land and return it to the hands of men. Then, Renais may enjoy its former glory.
  • Eirika: Yes... You will be crowned king of Renais, and I will help you rebuild our land. We will make it a happy and prosperous country, free of conflict. Just as we three used to dream about...
  • Ephraim: We...three. Lyon was here with us, wasn't he? We three had so many grand ideas for the futures of our lands.
  • Eirika: Yes... We talked about a lot. But Lyon...
  • Ephraim: ......
  • Eirika: Brother... Brother...please promise that you won't ever leave me alone. Please...promise...
  • Ephraim: Of course. I would never leave you. Why would you ever think I could do something like that?
  • Eirika: Brother...
  • Ephraim: I know better than anyone how you feel, dear sister. Ever since we were born... No, even before... We two have always been together. And together... we will always stay.
  • Eirika: Yes, dear brother...

Eirika/SethEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Eirika: Seth.
  • Seth: What brings you, Princess?
  • Eirika: How fare you, Seth? Ever since the castle fell you have been protecting me, despite your own injuries...
  • Seth: Would that I could have served you better, my lady... You were not meant to see such things. But my wound has closed up, and it does not affect my lance arm...
  • Eirika: Wait. Show it to me. Look. The wound has closed, but it has not yet fully healed.
  • Seth: ...... What made you think of this, my lady?
  • Eirika: Your fighting is as superb as ever, Seth. But when you raise your lance, I see a flicker of pain on your face, as if you were merely enduring it... But it only lasts a moment. Perhaps it is all just my imagination...
  • Seth: Your Highness, please put your mind at ease. My wound has healed. There is no reason to worry.
  • Eirika: I would that were so, Seth. Please do not overextend yourself. I beg this of you. Without you, I may not be able to continue this quest...
  • Seth: You praise me too much, my lady...

B SupportEdit

  • Eirika: Hrrngh... Hahh! What do you think?
  • Seth: Your sword arm is magnificent, my lady. You have improved yet again.
  • Eirika: Thank you. It is only because I know my brother will scold me if I do not practice every day. But I still am nowhere near your level of skill, Seth.
  • Seth: ...My lady, I hardly think...
  • Eirika: Perhaps next time, you could spar with me and help me learn some technique? The basics I've learned from my brother all apply to skills with the spear. If I could learn the sword techniques of the Knights of Renais, then perhaps I could be even stronger. I would be of greater help to you on the battlefield.
  • Seth: Yes, but... Princess Eirika, I think you should stay away from the front lines. You are of the royal family of Renais. Please leave the fighting to me...
  • Eirika: Still... How can I just watch from afar while others risk their lives for me? I cannot rely on you always. I must learn to protect myself. So please, continue to observe as I practice.
  • Seth: Princess Eirika...

A SupportEdit

  • Eirika: Seth, do you have a moment? Could you help me practice a bit right now?
  • Seth: ...Princess Eirika. Before I do, there is something I must say to you.
  • Eirika: Yes, what is it?
  • Seth: Please forgive my rudeness... Princess, I am merely your subject. Recently, you have been too close to me. It is not becoming of a noble of Renais to fraternize in this way with her subjects.
  • Eirika: Oh... But I... it's just that your wound has not yet... I was merely...
  • Seth: It's true. The wound I received the day our castle fell has not yet healed... Perhaps it will afflict me to the end of my life. But it would be a mistake to assume you owe me a debt for this wound. This thought should not rest beneath the crown you soon must wear.
  • Eirika: But still, you suffered for me...
  • Seth: Lady Eirika. You are a noble of Renais. The nobility should not favor one subject over another. How can they maintain their fealty if you treat one so differently?
  • Eirika: ......
  • Seth: You may have to forego such attachments just to defend your country. There will be times when victory in battle demands a sacrifice. If you cannot send your men to die, then you are not fit to rule.
  • Eirika: ...... I understand... Seth... You are correct. I had forgotten my place, and I had forgotten my duty. Please forgive me.
  • Seth: ......
  • Eirika: That night... We fled from the soldiers of Grado... You held me tight, keeping me safe from the enemy's blades... Perhaps...I did feel something more for you then. But...it was improper for a queen of Renais. And with my father dead, I suppose that is my station. I am a queen, and you are a knight in my service. If I do not keep this in mind, then I will never be able to rebuild our kingdom.
  • Seth: I thank you for your understanding, my lady. Now, if you will excuse me...
  • Eirika: ......
  • Seth: Princess Eirika. If you would allow me to say one more thing...
  • Eirika: Seth...?
  • Seth: ...That night... I felt what you felt. When I held you in my arms as we rode into the night... It was the first time since I was knighted that I forgot my duty. I thought of you not as my queen, but rather as someone I wanted to protect from all harm. I wanted to leave everything behind... To take you far away to someplace where we could be together... Those were my thoughts...
  • Eirika: Seth...
  • Seth: Please forgive me. I swear to you that I will never again forget my duty in that way. Now, please excuse me. When I see you next, it will be as a Knight of Renais... And I will lay down my life to protect my queen.
  • Eirika: Seth...

Eirika/L'ArachelEdit

C SupportEdit

  • L'Arachel: Good day to you, Princess. What a funny thing that we should meet here! It is providence, I tell you!
  • Eirika: L'Arachel, it is NOT providence. It is not even a coincidence. We agreed to meet here when we planned out our battle strategy. Wait... Don't tell me that you don't remember that!
  • L'Arachel: We planned this? I suppose I simply don't usually worry about such trifling details. And here we are, so I suppose that our plan must be working.
  • Eirika: I suppose you're right.
  • L'Arachel: Still, divine providence or not, isn't it strange and wonderful? A beautiful princess traveling with such a ragged bunch as this... You could have told me much sooner, you know!
  • Eirika: My apologies. Necessity demanded that I conceal my identity at the time.
  • L'Arachel: Oh, it is no longer any worry. To be honest, I believe I had figured out your ruse from the very moment we met. I said to myself, ?This lovely woman could only be of my own superior breeding.? After all, you could never truly fool a woman with my keen mind.
  • Eirika: My. How...impressive.
  • L'Arachel: There is something about nobility that simply cannot be hidden from its kin! Why, Eirika, certainly you must have felt the same thing upon seeing me? You surely saw a refinement and grace of carriage surpassing that of common folk?
  • Eirika: Err... Aheh... Yes, why...the very first time I met you, I could see that you... You were very far from common.
  • L'Arachel: Exactly. Far from common. I could not have put it better myself. It's simply impossible to travel incognito these days.

B SupportEdit

  • L'Arachel: Take that! And that and that and that!
  • Eirika: L'Arachel? What are you doing?
  • L'Arachel: I'm practicing! I want to be prepared for when those fiends next show up. You never can tell where or when they'll appear, after all. And if they were to appear and I were unable to prepare a magical attack... Well, I'd like to be ready to whack them with this staff of mine.
  • Eirika: Ahhh... Don't you think that's a bit, well, dangerous? Perhaps you should stop. If monsters appear when I am around, I promise I'll come to your aid.
  • L'Arachel: That's simply no good, Eirika. You know how those monsters can be. I insist that I be able to hold my own, relying on nothing but my skills.
  • Eirika: I've been curious about something, L'Arachel... Why are you so obsessed with fighting monsters?
  • L'Arachel: ...My parents were kind people. I would be like them if I am able. My home of Rausten is so near to Darkling Woods. We experienced many sudden raids. My parents took it upon themselves to defend our people against the monsters.
  • Eirika: I had no idea...
  • L'Arachel: Yes, but my parents are gone now. I've been told that they passed away when I was but an infant. They...gave their lives defending many helpless people.
  • Eirika: I'm so sorry.
  • L'Arachel: Oh, you needn't be sad. I would not want for that. No, it's wonderful that they gave their lives battling that filth. I was so young that I do not remember their faces, if I must be honest. However, that does not diminish the pride I feel for what they've done.
  • Eirika: Don't you feel lonely at the loss of your parents?
  • L'Arachel: No! Not at all! What do you take me for? Some kind of weakling?
  • Eirika: No, I see that you are strong indeed, L'Arachel.
  • L'Arachel: I should say so. But...would you not say that you are strong, too, Eirika? Your father stayed in his castle, fighting the forces of Grado. He had a noble death, don't you think? Your father was a great man. You must be quite proud of him.
  • Eirika: Well...yes. He refused to take even one step in retreat from the advancing Grado soldiers. But still... I mean, I...I would have thought no less of him if he had fled. Even if he were no longer a brave king... Still... I would be happier if he were still alive.
  • L'Arachel: Eirika... I do understand you. Everyone would tell me of my parents' bravery, of their honor... But I will never see them. I will never know them for myself. Oh, what I would give if I could have met them...just once.
  • Eirika: L'Arachel...

A SupportEdit

  • L'Arachel: Eirika... Please hold for a moment.
  • Eirika: What is it, L'Arachel?
  • L'Arachel: About what we were discussing earlier... I would not want you to get the wrong idea. I was not saying I was lonely because my parents were dead. I am not that weak, you know? I have never even...cried...when thinking of my parents.
  • Eirika: I know, L'Arachel. You are a very strong person. We are lucky to have you with us.
  • L'Arachel: I hope you do not think this all too sudden, but... Here. Look at this.
  • Eirika: What's this...?
  • L'Arachel: This ruby has been in Rausten for generations. It is a valuable gem. I would be honored if... I would like for you to have it.
  • Eirika: What? No, I couldn't! It's far too precious to accept...
  • L'Arachel: No, I mean it. Please, accept this as a gift. Here. I won't allow you to refuse.
  • Eirika: L'Arachel... Thank you. I will treasure it. I so wish I had something to give you in return...
  • L'Arachel: You needn't feel that way. Here, I've an idea... Once we've put an end to all the monstrosities in our lands... Invite me to Renais. Does this plan please you?
  • Eirika: Yes...certainly. Of course.
  • L'Arachel: Then we are agreed! Now, you had better not go dying in battle on me. Not until then, at any rate. Do I have your word?
  • Eirika: Yes...let us both live long enough to look back on this time. I am sure that, when we do look back, it will be as the best of friends.

Eirika/TanaEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Tana: Ah, Eirika. Shall we ride together for a while?
  • Eirika: Tana, you seem well. And yes, I'd appreciate the company.
  • Tana: I feel I should apologize. I'm afraid I haven't been very much help to you, Eirika. To be honest, I'm still in training, and not quite battle-ready. Perhaps you'd fare better if I were not traveling with you...
  • Eirika: Tana, that's not true at all. You've been a great help to us. I have seen you in action. I know what I'm talking about.
  • Tana: Thank you, Eirika. Heh...I feel so foolish now.
  • Eirika: Why is that?
  • Tana: I look on you as a sister, Eirika. And yet, even though we're the same age, you seem so much more mature.
  • Eirika: Hardly...
  • Tana: It is you who even gave me the courage to leave the castle. I wanted to be out on my own, like you, to pattern my life after yours. I'm simply glad that we are friends.
  • Eirika: Me too, Tana. I'm glad you came. You help to remind me of better times.

B SupportEdit

  • Tana: Oh, Brother... I'm going to get you for this, Brother...
  • Eirika: What's wrong, Tana? Has something happened to Innes?
  • Tana: My brother is so cruel! Listen to what he said to me! He told me that I was just in everyone's way... He said I should just go back home to Frelia...
  • Eirika: Oh, dear...
  • Tana: I'm so depressed. He's always like that, too. He just makes fun of me and insults me and teases me. I hate him so much!
  • Eirika: Tana, your brother has a strange way of showing his concern... But he IS concerned about you. You can see that, can't you?
  • Tana: Yes, but...
  • Eirika: Even my brother gets angry at me when I put myself at risk, even for a good cause. Your brother is harsh and rough of speech, but he doesn't want you to get hurt.
  • Tana: Well... I suppose you're right.
  • Eirika: Why don't we go speak with him later? I'll be right beside you.
  • Tana: Ah...all right. But Eirika... I still envy you.
  • Eirika: Me?
  • Tana: You and Ephraim as so close... You understand one another. It must be... so nice. I wish my brother and I shared that kind of connection.
  • Eirika: Well, we are twins, you know. I think that makes us slightly different from normal siblings.
  • Tana: But you two never fight or anything, do you? How do you two maintain such a close relationship?
  • Eirika: I... Well... Isn't that normal for twins?

A SupportEdit

  • Tana: Eirika, are you all right?
  • Eirika: I am, thank you, Tana. I always feel better when you're around.
  • Tana: I've been wondering... Eirika, do you think I've grown stronger? I mean, stronger than when I was cooped up in the castle at least?
  • Eirika: Yes, of course you have.
  • Tana: Really?
  • Eirika: Tana, you should have more confidence in your abilities. If I had to rely on my own blade alone, I would not survive. But with you around, I know I can keep fighting.
  • Tana: You think? I guess I'm still not sure. Still, it is nice to hear you say that. Eirika, we'll get through this, two of us. And when we do, let's sit together and just relax.
  • Eirika: Sure, Tana. But first, we'll have to apologize to King Hayden.
  • Tana: Oh... Father... I wonder if he's still mad.
  • Eirika: Yes, you probably should.
  • Tana: Say, Eirika. Could you...
  • Eirika: Of course... I understand. You and I will speak to him together. Don't you worry.

Eirika/InnesEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Innes: Eirika. I know this might seem sudden, but... I've decided I must protect you for a while.
  • Eirika: What? What do you mean by that?
  • Innes: I was in difficult situation at Carcino. I...must admit that I owe you much for your help that day.
  • Eirika: I... I see.
  • Innes: So now, I've decided to protect you in battle. I don't know how to say this, but... It is unacceptable that I remain indebted to you.
  • Eirika: Oh, you and your fool pride--
  • Innes: Regardless, you can count on me. No arrow can reach all enemies, but I guarantee your safety. will you accept my oath?
  • Eirika: Er.. Sure. I accept. Thank you, Prince Innes.
  • Innes: Follow me, then.
  • Eirika: Uh, wait a moment, Innes. You're an archer... Wouldn't it make more sense if you stayed behind me?
  • Innes: ......

B SupportEdit

  • Innes: ...What are you doing?
  • Eirika: What is it now, Innes?
  • Innes: ...I told you I was going to protect you.
  • Eirika: Right.
  • Innes: And yet, whenever an enemy shows himself, you rush in and attack! ...Everyone's going to think you're the one protecting me.
  • Eirika: Well, I can't help you with your image problems, Innes. You're an archer, while I have to fight up close.
  • Innes: That is unacceptable. I said that I would protect you, and I was being quite sincere.
  • Eirika: And I appreciate that. It's nice to know that, when I cross swords with the enemy, you're never far from me, with your bow close at hand.
  • Innes: Eirika... You are so kind... You're so different from that... brother of yours.
  • Eirika: No, not as much as you think. Maybe you only see him as a warrior, as competition, but he is fine and gentle man, capable of great compassion.
  • Innes: ...If you say so. I supposed I cannot doubt it if it comes from your lips.
  • Eirika: Prince Innes, please, try to befriend my brother. I know he would want this as well. I don't know why you dislike him. When I am alone with him, he is so kind.
  • Innes: Forgive me, but I can bear no more of this talk. When I see you look that way, I feel only jealousy for this Ephraim.
  • Eirika: What--?
  • Innes: He is...a hard man to forgive. Perhaps there is only one way to settle this.
  • Eirika: Princess Innes...?

A SupportEdit

  • Innes: Eirika. Forgive the intrusion, but I must speak to you at once.
  • Eirika: Prince Innes? What is it?
  • Innes: First, just listen to me. Is there...anyone who lays claim to your heart?
  • Eirika: What? N-no... There's nobody like that.
  • Innes: I see. Then let me speak frankly. Eirika, it seems I have fallen in love with you.
  • Eirika: Wh-what?! This is no place for jokes, Innes! Why would you say something like that?
  • Innes: This is no joke. I am absolutely serious. These feeling surprise me as well. I don't know what to do. Fighting at your side all this time, the emotion just exploded within me. I love you. I could not bear to see you in the arms of another.
  • Eirika: P-Prince Innes! I... I...
  • Innes: No, Eirika. Do not answer now. I have not yet bested Ephraim. I have not earned the right to woo you.
  • Eirika: Wha--? Why are you bringing my brother into this?
  • Innes: With a man like him around, I can see why you show no interest in suitors. If I prove myself his superior, you will surely accepted my hand. If I fail, I release any claim to your affection. But I swear it on the depth of my love that I will destroy that man. Eirika, I will expect your answer then. That's all I have to say.
  • Eirika: Innes! What an...infuriating man! Why does he have to be so...

Eirika/FordeEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Forde: Aaaah...
  • Eirika: Forde, you're looking in rare form today.

Ah, Princess! Yes, I'm trying not to overextend myself today. I see you're looking well, too. Except for...

  • Eirika: Yes, Forde? What is it?
  • Forde: Well... I was just thinking about something... Princess, do you find that your armor leaves a bit too much...exposed?
  • Eirika: I beg your pardon?
  • Forde: You know, too exposed. Especially around the...er ...midriff, if you will. Aren't you worried that, in the heat of battle, it might, eh...
  • Eirika: Fly up like this?
  • Forde: Augh! Oh... Uh... You were...just joking. Wow. Don't scare me like that!
  • Eirika: Oh, I'm sorry. That must have seemed rather unladylike. Honestly, though, I do rather like this armor. It's very easy to move around in. Think that freedom of movement is far more important to me in combat.
  • Forde: Well, sure. I guess everyone has his own preference. I've gotten many long years of use from my armor.
  • Eirika: I can imagine. Now that I look at it, I can see all the scars from all your fights.
  • Forde: A knight's greatest pride are the scars his armor bears for him. This battered shell of mine is the only true badge of valor... ...The only real sign that I've weathered blade and arrow for king and country.
  • Eirika: Forde...
  • Forde: Oh, and... Well, in my case... some of these dents are from me falling off my horse. Heh... Oh, and some come from falling asleep in my armor and rolling onto my weapons. Kind of a lot of them, actually. Heh...
  • Eirika: You stood by my brother when he and I were separated, didn't you? I never got a chance to thank you.
  • Forde: Oh, it was nothing. Really. To be fair, Ephraim probably saved my hide more often than I his.
  • Eirika: I doubt that. My brother rushes into battle without thought for consequence. I think, if nothing else, you restrained his natural recklessness. I owe you a debt. Both you and Kyle.
  • Forde: Princess Eirika...
  • Eirika: Forde, Renais thanks you. May you always stand beside us.
  • Forde: At your service, Princess.

B SupportEdit

  • Forde: Princess Eirika! Good to see you.
  • Eirika: Ah, Forde. Yes, it's good to have you fighting at my side again. It's only because of your skill that I'm fighting here today.
  • Forde: Well, we all seem to be deep in this fight, milady...
  • Eirika: Yes, there's no pulling back now.
  • Forde: So it would seem. My lady, leave the fighting to us soldiers. Even if there be an unholy hail of arrows, we would ride into them for your sake.
  • Eirika: Ha ha... Why, thank you, sir knight! ...Say, Forde.
  • Forde: Yes?
  • Eirika: What will you do when all this fighting is over?
  • Forde: When the fighting is over? Hm... Good question. Well... I supposed I'll return to Renais... and Take a very, very long nap.
  • Eirika: That does sound like you. And then?
  • Forde: Then? I would like to return to my painting, I think.
  • Eirika: You paint?
  • Forde: Yes, milady. I paint. In the past, I've tried to be quiet about this little hobby of mine. However, quite a few of our group have unearthed my hidden secret.
  • Eirika: Is that so? Well, I'd love to view your work sometime.
  • Forde: Ah, I'd be honored. It's hardly worthy of such an audience, but I'd be glad to show it to you.
  • Eirika: I look forward to it. Oh! And...
  • Forde: Yes?
  • Eirika: Would you ever consider... doing a portrait of me?
  • Forde: I'm sorry?
  • Eirika: Is that distasteful to you?
  • Forde: No! No... It's just that I so rarely do portraits.
  • Eirika: So, it would be a bother?
  • Forde: Not at all! A bother? Really. This request comes from my princess. I'd be more than happy to.
  • Eirika: Thank you, Forde.

A SupportEdit

  • Forde: Princess Eirika.
  • Eirika: Forde.
  • Forde: You asked me earlier what I would do when all this fighting ended...
  • Eirika: I remember...
  • Forde: Well, I should have asked you, too. What will you do when this fighting ends?
  • Eirika: Me?
  • Forde: Yes.
  • Eirika: I... ... I'd like to restore Renais and bring happiness back to her people.
  • Forde: ...Princess Eirika...
  • Eirika: It is not enough that this war end...that we go home again. It's not enough that my brother become king. These things aren't enough to make a good country.
  • Forde: ...
  • Eirika: People deserve happiness. They are the reason that we rule. Without the people, there can be no Renais.
  • Forde: To live happily, to be proud of our nation... To restore the happiness of her people...
  • Eirika: Yes, that is my dream now. It is an abstract goal, and perhaps a little vague, but...
  • Forde: No, not at all!
  • Eirika: How so?
  • Forde: I mean, rebuilding a country, now THAT is an abstract goal. But what you've described, that is a wonderful ambition. I've never been so proud to serve the kingdom of Renais.
  • Eirika: Forde...
  • Forde: I've come to a decision! I know I've already sworn an oath, but... I want to renew that vow. Please, let me help make your dream come true! I'll so anything I can to help you...as long as it doesn't require heavy lifting.
  • Eirika: Thank you... I'm very grateful to you, Forde. It feels like this war might never end, and our people give in to despair quickly. But thanks to people like you, who smile in the face of sorrow, they can be saved.
  • Forde: Oh, no. You make too much of it. I'm nothing special. I simply cannot allow myself to worry when there's fighting to be done. You're the special one. You have such a profound effect on us all.
  • Eirika: ...Me? How so?
  • Forde: It is because of you that we can go on. You and the prince are here, risking your lives for the cause. Your guidance, your leadership... It gives us a reason to live as well.
  • Eirika: A reason...to live?
  • Forde: Yes... To restore that radiant smile to your own lovely face.
  • Eirika: Oh!
  • Forde: I fighting to see you smile again, to drive the worry from your face. Of I can do that, then I will be more than happy to paint your portrait.
  • Eirika: Forde...
  • Forde: We'll do it together. Every day is another step closer to the end of war. One step closer to making your dream come true.
  • Eirika: ...Agreed!

Eirika/SalehEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Eirika: Master Saleh!
  • Saleh: ...
  • Eirika: Master?
  • Saleh: ...
  • Eirika: ...
  • Saleh: ... ...Oh, I'm sorry, Princess Eirika.
  • Eirika: It's all right. Were you...praying?
  • Saleh: Not exactly. It's called Valega.
  • Eirika: Valega?
  • Saleh: Yes.
  • Eirika: What is it? Is it something to do with Caer Pelyn's cultural history?
  • Saleh: Yes, in a sense. Think of it as a kind of wish. A very pure wish. It is a wish that expands far beyond individual desire.
  • Eirika: I see. I don't claim to understand, but it sounds very interesting. If you don't mind, I'd like to hear more about it later.
  • Saleh: If you like.
  • Eirika: Yes, I would.

B SupportEdit

  • Eirika: Master Saleh.
  • Saleh: Princess
  • Eirika: What you were telling me about Valega was most enlightening. It sounds as though you align your desires with the world around you. By knowing the vastness of creation around you, you come to know yourself. And then, by transcending your selfish needs, you wish for a better world. What you told me, it helped me rediscover the importance of that unselfish wish. It's the reason for the war we fight now... The dream of a better world. Because of your Valega, my own conviction was renewed.
  • Saleh: Ahhh, I'm glad to hear that. ... Princess Eirika, you remind me of the warrior princess, Nada Kuya.
  • Eirika: Nada Kuya?
  • Saleh: She's one of Caer Pelyn's ancient heroes.
  • Eirika: I'd like to hear about her.
  • Saleh: I've been told she was a strong woman, beautiful and proud. She spoke with the voice of nature, and she lived at one with the earth.
  • Eirika: But you called her a battle princess...?
  • Saleh: Well, in ancient times, Caer Pelyn was invaded by a foreign nation.
  • Eirika: Really?
  • Saleh: And leading the charge against the invaders was Nada Kuya. She carried a narrow sword made from a fang gifted to her by the dragonkin. With her dragon blade in her hand, she drove Caer Pelyn's enemies away.
  • Eirika: Wow... Quite a story. And you think I--
  • Saleh: Yes. You remind me of her.
  • Eirika: No,no... When Grado invaded Renais, I was paralyzed. I couldn't do anything. It is only because of the sacrifices of others that I could even escape.
  • Saleh: But now, you are here. With your strength, courage, and dignity.
  • Eirika: Master Saleh...
  • Saleh: If you achieve victory, the legend will become reality. You will become the Nada Kuya of this age.
  • Eirika: I see... Yes, I see! I have a reason to fight. I have things to protect. I fight for the future. The future of Renais, the future of my people. Thank you, Master Saleh. Your stories always give me the courage to fight on.
  • Saleh: I'm glad to hear that.
  • Eirika: I pray your wisdom guides us through this war.
  • Saleh: I will do what I can.

A SupportEdit

  • Eirika: ...
  • Saleh: ... What troubles you, Princess Eirika?
  • Eirika: Oh, Master Saleh. No, nothing. My mind was somewhere else... Oh, and in the middle of a battle... I'm sorry.
  • Saleh: Don't be sorry. I am not going to judge you for how you think or act.
  • Eirika: Thank you. ... I was just remembering my home. I was thinking about the last time Renais was at peace.
  • Saleh: ...
  • Eirika: There were the most beautiful mountains, the clearest rivers... The scent of wildflowers filled the air. The sky was clear and bright. This was before war scarred the hills and scorched the skies. It was filled with hope and possibility. My brother and I would go hunting with Prince Lyon. ... I would make lunches for us. Ephraim would tease, but Lyon was happy. I... I miss that time so very much.
  • Saleh: Princess Eirika... I give you my word that you will once again see the Renais you love restored.
  • Eirika: Master Saleh... I do hope so. But first, you and I must concentrate on the battle at hand. We must win. Thank you, Master Saleh. Your homeland, Caer Pelyn, was also a most beautiful place.
  • Saleh: We had nothing special. But, because of that, we had...everything.
  • Eirika: I didn't understand that before. Now, I think I know what you mean.
  • Saleh: I am glad.
  • Eirika: When we have to fight no more, please, let me visit you in Caer Pelyn. I would like to know more about your home. About Valega and Nada Kuya.
  • Saleh: You are welcome anytime. Caer Pelyn and I will welcome you with open arms.

Seth/FranzEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Franz: General!
  • Seth: Franz. How are you holding up?
  • Franz: Fine. I may be young, but I'm every bit a Knight of Renais. I'll fight to the end to protect the princess, just like you, sir!
  • Seth: Good, good! That's the spirit! You know, you're looking much improved from when we set out.
  • Franz: Do you really think so, General?
  • Seth: Oh definitely. You seem much more sure of yourself. All doubt has left your face. By the time you reach my age, you'll be the finest spear- and swordsman around.
  • Franz: Honestly? Sir, do you really believe that?
  • Seth: ...I do... but we are in a battle right now, Franz. Concentrate on the enemies before you, and don't get too cocky.
  • Franz: Yes, sir!!! You know I'd never let you down, sir!
  • Seth: Don't be too eager for success. Know your limits.
  • Franz: Yes sir!

B SupportEdit

  • Franz: General!
  • Seth: Ah, Franz. Every time I see you, you're getting better and better. Your parry is a little stiff, but you are clearly improving.
  • Franz: Are you serious? Do you really think so, sir?
  • Seth: ...Why is it that, when I compliment you, you always ask me that?
  • Franz: Oh, so sorry... I appreciate your praise, sir. I mean, you're General Seth, the Silver Knight. You're my hero.
  • Seth: Hahaha... No more flattery, Franz. Please.
  • Franz: But, General, it's true! Do you remember when Grado's forces overran Castle Renais? Despite grave injuries, you outcharged the enemy, broke their lines, and escaped. And then, you delivered the princess, on your own, to Frelia safely. If I were you, I doubt I could have survived such a challenge... You are the only person I know who can make impossible feats possible.
  • Seth: What pressure you put on me! How can I possibly fail now? You would lose all faith in me! Ah, but, Franz, you're still young. You will grow into a remarkable warrior, I have no doubt. Be confident. I'm counting on you. Train your mind and hone your skills.
  • Franz: Really? Do you really think so, General?
  • Seth: ...Franz... That's enough.
  • Franz: Oh, right! Sorry, sir!
  • Seth: All right, back into the fray! Let's go, Franz!
  • Franz: Yes, General! And remember, I've got your back!

A SupportEdit

  • Seth: You're doing well, Franz.
  • Franz: Oh, General! How are you, sir? I'm so honored that you came to talk to me.
  • Seth: Must you always overreact? ...Honestly, Franz... I'm the one who should feel honored.
  • Franz: I beg your pardon? What do you mean, sir?
  • Seth: When I was just a squire, there was one knight whom I admired above all others. His skill with sword and spear was legendary. He was truly peerless. We squires learned the meaning of chivalry watching him serve the king. Ten years back, we received word that an infamous assassin was hiding in Renais. This knight hunted him down in secrecy so as not to alert the assassin. He hounded the villain and killed him, but he was mortally wounded...
  • Franz: Ten years ago? But that's when--!? No, it couldn't be...
  • Seth: ...Yes, Franz. It was the greatest knight in the history of Renais. Your father.
  • Franz: ...I was so young when my father died. And our mother passed away before he did. Forde and I were almost always alone. Oh, I remember how I used to cry like a babe about my father being gone so much. Forde would always remind me, "He is serving the royal family to protect Renais." Forde was so proud of our father, but he was also a little bit sad. I remember a deep scar he had on his shoulder, probably in battle. My brother and I used to climb up his shoulders and vie for his attention. I grew up hearing what a great knight he was, but I remember only his shoulder.
  • Seth: ...You probably have no idea how much you resemble your father. Your swordplay, how you tilt the lance, your loyalty to Renais... You've certainly inherited your father's spirit. It is an honor to see the skill I once idolized developing in you, his son.
  • Franz: I...I am so flattered to hear that. Thank you very much, General. Someday, I will become a knight even greater than my brother or my father. To restore Renais, the kingdom to which I've sworn my blade, I will fight on!
  • Seth: Thank you, Franz. Let's do the best we can. For Renais, and for your father.
  • Franz: Yes, General!

Seth/GarciaEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Seth: Sir Garcia. You fighting form remains impeccable, despite your years of retirement. Fantastic... How I admire you.
  • Garcia: No, General Seth, I still have a long way to go. I've lost so much time.
  • Seth: Sir Garcia...
  • Garcia: No, no honorifics. I gave up my tittle years ago so I could raise my son. I'm old and rusty, General. The man I am now is not fit for such fine company.
  • Seth: ...
  • Garcia: But listen, General. I'm not finished yet!
  • Seth: What do you mean?
  • Garcia: I'm telling you... I'm not yet done! This is not the end of me!
  • Seth: ...He has a warrior's heart. Is it pride that keeps him from accepting his limitations? I'm afraid that we have awakened an incredible warrior.

B SupportEdit

  • Garcia: General.
  • Seth: Garcia. Did you come all this way to talk to me? I'm grateful. Thank you.
  • Garcia: Don't make a fuss. Might give me second thoughts before I do it again.
  • Seth: Ah, right. Sorry, sir!
  • Garcia: Heh... You know, you remind me of myself as a young man.
  • Seth: Back when you were in Renais?
  • Garcia: That's right. Oh, I was so ambitious then, focused on proving myself in battle. His Majesty commended my valor many times, he did.
  • Seth: His Majesty always watched over us. Hardworking soldiers received words of praise to drive them to greater glories. The lazy ones, he spurred to action, giving them a reason to improve... He was a great king. He earned the trust and respect of his people.
  • Garcia: ...What a loss we've all suffered.
  • Seth: When Castle Renais fell, it was all I could do to save Princess Eirika. I've never felt so powerless in all my times as a knight... ...I was mortified.
  • Garcia: ...I'm sorry. I wasn't blaming you for King Fado's death. I am the one who surrendered his duty to live a carefree life with his son. I have no right to cast blame on anyone but myself...
  • Seth: Garcia, you needn't feel that way. You're fighting for Renais again, at the side of her crown prince and princess! There's no shame in that.
  • Garcia: General Seth...
  • Seth: If you are still true to our late king, then let's win this war together. And together, we shall visit His Majesty's tomb to report our victory!
  • Garcia: Yes! You have my word!

A SupportEdit

  • Seth: Garcia.
  • Garcia: Ah, General Seth!
  • Seth: You seem much recovered from your poor spirits the other day. In fact, you seem quite energetic!
  • Garcia: I've finally accepted that I'm only ever truly alive when I'm fighting!
  • Seth: Ah, now that is the great Garcia I remember from my youth! Yes, all hesitation is gone from your face. You're in rare form!
  • Garcia: Yes, and that hesitation is gone for good, I dare say. Except...
  • Seth: Yes?
  • Garcia: To tell you the truth...I am not ashamed of the life I've lived. I'm not sorry that I abandoned my old life to raise my son.
  • Seth: Sir Garcia...
  • Garcia: That decision made me who I am now. It's time I embraced both of these aspects of my past.
  • Seth: ...
  • Garcia: I can only say this in hindsight, but... It is not so bad to have a family.
  • Seth: Garcia, I can see it in your eyes. You don't need to tell me.
  • Garcia: Heh... I see! Well then, Seth. There is only one solution for it! You should marry! It will do you good to have a family to go home to.
  • Seth: Ah, Garcia... You may be right, but I'm afraid it will take me some time to get there...

Seth/NatashaEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Natasha: Oh, General Seth, how do you do?
  • Seth: ...Sister Natasha, good day to you. I appreciate the care you give our wounded, but be sure to care for yourself, too. I heard about what happened the other day. It could have turned out badly...
  • Natasha: I'm sorry to have worried you. When I see an injured person, I must help. I seldom think of the consequences to myself. I shall be more careful in the future.
  • Seth: Grado doesn't know what they've lost, Natasha. You're indispensable to us. If you were injured, our entire strategy could be slowed or lost altogether. Take care of yourself first, and worry about us later.
  • Natasha: Seth, you are the one who is indispensable, far more than I am. You race into danger, acting as a decoy or rescuing people alone. You're the one who is reckless. I wish you would watch yourself.
  • Seth: I'm sorry. I didn't realized I'd been causing you so much worry. I promise to be less reckless. But you, don't do anything I wouldn't do.
  • Natasha: Yes, General. May you be guided to safety.

B SupportEdit

  • Seth: Sister Natasha? Are you well? I heard you collapsed last night. Maybe you should rest more, instead of risking yourself on--
  • Natasha: Oh, General Seth... I'm sorry about that... We had many wounded, and I drained myself healing them all. However, I rested well last night, and I am fully recovered. I'm sorry for giving you so much cause to worry once again.
  • Seth: Oh, boy... You and Eirika... What am I going to do about you? You seem hell-bent on throwing away your lives in this conflict.
  • Natasha: ...Oh, I see... I always become a liability in battle. All I do is cause you worry and concern.
  • Seth: You're always the first to race into battle to heal an injured person. Do you know what the others have started calling you?
  • Natasha: ...They're calling me names?
  • Seth: They're taken to calling you "the healing spirit".
  • Natasha: ...A healing spirit? Oh, no... I'm far from it. Why, I--
  • Seth: ...When you first joined us, I was not sure I could trust my life to you. You're from Grado, and we've seen the treacheries of which they are capable. But I've watched you, and I know now that I was wrong. I'm grateful for the kindness and compassion that you've showed us all. My men are right. You are a healing spirit, sent to rejuvenate us all. We're fortunate to have you as our friend.
  • Natasha: ...Friend...?
  • Seth: More than a friend. You are an irreplaceable asset to our cause.
  • Natasha: Oh, my... I'm sorry... ...Please, return to the battle. And may you be guided to safety.
  • Seth: ...Sister Natasha... If I am injured, I will not be reckless. I will race to your side. And I know that you will take care of me when that happens.
  • Natasha: Y-yes, of course I will! oh, but...I hope that it doesn't

A SupportEdit

  • Natasha: General Seth.
  • Seth: Sister Natasha. How are you?
  • Natasha: Well, thank you. And you?
  • Seth: Yes, I'm fine. Bit it's only because you've been beside me as I've fought. You were always the one to heal my broken body.
  • Natasha: You have that wrong, General. You're the one constantly rescuing me. When I'm surrounded by enemies, when I'm separated from others...
  • Seth: Sister Natasha... Do you plan on returning to Grado someday?
  • Natasha: ...Yes. I must return to the temple. Our people need my services.
  • Seth: Is that...what you really want?
  • Natasha: ...General Seth...
  • Seth: Could anything sway you to stay in Renais instead?
  • Natasha: ... General Seth, what are you...
  • Seth: ... I'm sorry. I'm-- I'll be more direct. Sister Natasha... When this war is over would you...come live with me?
  • Natasha: Oh! But, Seth... I'm a cleric. I'm sworn never to...
  • Seth: I know you're a cleric. You've given your life over to a divine calling. But would the Everlasting not smile upon the love shared by its creations?
  • Natasha: ...Seth, I-- Yes, I believe so.
  • Seth: I vow upon the sacred oaths you have sworn that I will make your happy.
  • Natasha: Seth... I hope you keep that promise. I'll wait for you until this war is finally at an end.
  • Seth: I will keep my promise, Natasha. I will.

Seth/CormagEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Cormag: You're pretty good with a spear.
  • Seth: Thank you. I don't think I've introduced myself. I'm the leader of the Knights of Renais--
  • Cormag: I know you. Of course I know you. You're General Seth, the Silver Knight.
  • Seth: ...Yes, that's right. And you are Cormag, the renowned wyvern rider of Grado.
  • Cormag: If the legendary Silver Knight knows my name, I can't be doing too bad, huh?
  • Seth: You and your brother, Glen, are famous even among the Knights of Renais. We have no wyvern riders in Renais, and your stories are favorites among the men. I've been watching your combat style since you joined our forces.
  • Cormag: Oh, is that so? Well, tell me: what do you think?
  • Seth: I'd love a chance to spar with you.
  • Cormag: Not a chance. I could never beat you.
  • Seth: So you say, but I can see in your eyes that you'll never accept failure.
  • Cormag: Heh... And all this time, I thought you were just another loyal dullard. Guess I was wrong. We should chat some more sometime.
  • Seth: Yes, I think I'd like that. Perhaps once things have eased up. I'm looking forward to it, Cormag.
  • Cormag: Sure thing.

B SupportEdit

  • Cormag: Hey, Seth.
  • Seth: Ah, Cormag. Good timing. I had something I wanted to ask you. Your family, are they all soldiers?
  • Cormag: Why do you ask?
  • Seth: Your skill with the spear is amazing. Have you trained since you were a child?
  • Cormag: No, I come from a long line of dirt-poor farmers. I wielded a plough, not a spear. When we were kids, Glen and I had to chase birds and animal from our fields. We used sticks and stones, and I think that helped with our aim, to be honest.
  • Seth: Is that so... So why did you join the army?
  • Cormag: It's funny story, really. ...The emperor's caravan passed through our village one day. My brother and I watched the glorious procession from the top of a tree. Then, a stray dog started to harry the horses pulling the emperor's carriage. We threw rocks to drive off the mutt, but some soldiers decided to arrest us.
  • Seth: Why? You were trying to help...
  • Cormag: Yes, well We didn't just hit the dog. We got a few of the soldiers as well.
  • Seth: Ah-ha... So, what happened next?
  • Cormag: Well, the emperor shows up in the room the soldiers had thrown us. He looks around and, in this very calm but stern voice, says to the soldiers: "What are you men doing, arresting mere children? They were trying to help!" Then, he invites us to dine at his table, and it was a luxurious feast, I tell you! Now, we were just kids. We lacked the basic courtesies. We were just filthy. And we kept droning on about the most idiotic things: chores, the village... But he listened to us intently, and that fatherly smile never left his face. And he said, "You lads are good at driving off dogs with stones... Your skills are wasted in the fields. Let's see how you fare with spears instead."
  • Seth: And that's how you were recruited.
  • Cormag: Exactly. It's difficult to ignore such a commanding presence. But...the emperor changed. I still can't believe what's happened.
  • Seth: ...I was born into a family of knights, so it was a given that I should be one, too. I trained in spear and sword. I studied chivalry and swore my oaths of fealty. And because of my hard work, the late King Fado treated me like a second son. ...It's funny. You and I are from different worlds, but we share the same loyalties.
  • Cormag: True... But King Fado is dead now. And my emperor is the one who killed him... My emperor is as good as dead to me.
  • Seth: ...I already serve a new lord. Cormag, you will find a ruler worthy of your loyalties, too.
  • Cormag: Yeah, I hope so...

A SupportEdit

  • Seth: Can I have a word with you, Cormag?
  • Cormag: Oh, Seth. Of course. What can I do for you?
  • Seth: I've been thinking about your strory, and I've come to a decision.
  • Cormag: Hm? What are you talking about?
  • Seth: ...Cormag, listen. As general of the Knights of Renais, I'd like to offer you a post.
  • Cormag: What? You want me to join the Knights of Renais?
  • Seth: Yes, exactly. I've been watching you fight, and I've been thinking about this for some time. Since we've been speaking, I've seen more than just your fighting prowess. I've seen that you're a strong and noble person as well. You are a man I would risk my life fighting beside. Prince Ephraim will be a great king. Would you fight for him with me?
  • Cormag: I really appreciate it. Thanks, Seth. But...Grado is my home. I can't trade loyalties to Renais just like that.
  • Seth: ...I knew you would say that.
  • Cormag: Emperor Virgarde is my only lord. My duty now is to correct the mistakes he has made. That's why I'm here. I hope you can understand.
  • Seth: Yes, of course... Still, I'm glad that I met you.
  • Cormag: Same here, Seth. Now, let's get this war over with, shall we?
  • Seth: Yes, and when it's done, we'll get together and tell some stories.
  • Cormag: I'm looking forward to it!

Gilliam/GarciaEdit

C supportEdit

  • Garcia: Sir Gilliam.
  • Gilliam: Well, if it isn't Garcia...
  • Garcia: Your armor suits you. Must have taken a lot of training to fight in it, eh? And it probably takes a lot of strength to wear, too.
  • Gilliam: I don't want to brag, but... None of Frelia's knights can match me for strength.
  • Garcia: Oh, is that so? You know in my day, they said I was without equal. Hm... What do you say, Garcia? Let's arm-wrestle!
  • Gilliam: You mean...right now?
  • Garcia: Oh, why not! It won't take more than a minute.
  • Gilliam: ... Very well. I accept your challenge.
  • Garcia: Excellent! I'd expect no less from a true knight! Let's go.
  • Gilliam: All right...
  • Garcia: Hah!
  • Gilliam: Ng! ...You beat me. Well, I've got to hand it to you, Garcia.
  • Garcia: Ha ha! Don't feel bad. You almost had me for a minute there. I'm impressed!

B supportEdit

  • Garcia: Sir Gilliam.
  • Gilliam: Yes, Garcia?
  • Garcia: About that match the other day...
  • Gilliam: What, you mean when we arm-wrestled? That was a GREAT match.
  • Garcia: Yes, well... I've been thinking. Now, if I remember it correctly, I was using my sword arm... But you're left-handed, aren't you? You were using your off hand.
  • Gilliam: Huh? Oh, well... I didn't want to say anything, but...
  • Garcia: I knew it! All right! We have to have a rematch using our OTHER hands!
  • Gilliam: Garcia, are you-- Fine, fine. I accept your challenge.
  • Garcia: Let's try this again!
  • Gilliam: Yes...
  • Garcia: Hah!
  • Gilliam: hmmmm...!
  • Garcia: Hm... See, this time, you beat me.
  • Gilliam: True, but it WAS your off hand this time, and it was still close. Garcia, you really are amazing.
  • Garcia: Ha ha ha! You know, I feel good about this. I lost, but...I feel good. With a great knight like you at our side, we've nothing to fear.
  • Gilliam: Don't be silly, Garcia. You're an amazing fighter. With you in our midst, our forces are invincible!
  • Garcia: Ha! Let us fight together, then, and watch our enemies fall like leaves!
  • Gilliam: Gladly!

A supportEdit

  • Gilliam: Garcia...
  • Garcia: ! oh, Gilliam...
  • Gilliam: Sorry to bother you. You just seem to have something on your mind.
  • Garcia: I do. I was... I was just thinking about my son, Ross.
  • Gilliam: Ah, Ross. He's a good lad.
  • Garcia: It's...a wonderful feeling to have a son, Gilliam. I was so happy to learn I had a boy who could follow in my footsteps. Do you have children?
  • Gilliam: Oh, no... You know what the life of a soldier is like.
  • Garcia: Aye, I remember it well. But I still found a wife. Don't you have anyone?
  • Gilliam: I-- Well, to be honest... There is someone I've had my eye on, but what do soldiers know of love? I don't know how to win a woman's heart.
  • Garcia: Ha ha ha ha ha! Oh, don't take it too hard. These are tough times for romance. As time passes, the world will change. No, WE will change it. Wait for your time. When the world changes, people change. Soldiers change. Just wait.
  • Gilliam: ...You're right. When this war ends, I'll be ready to face a different type of battle.
  • Garcia: Yes. And when you do wed, you must be sure to invite me and my boy. It will be a great celebration.
  • Gilliam: Yes, of course, my friend.

Gillam/FranzEdit

C supportEdit

  • Franz: Say, Sir Gilliam, can I ask you a question?
  • Gilliam: What is it, Franz?
  • Franz: Are you disturbed about fighting with me?
  • Gilliam: Why would you say something like that?
  • Franz: You and I are from different lands. We have different backgrounds... I thought that might've made you feel uncomfortable.
  • Gilliam: Blast. I don't need to answer that.
  • Franz: Sir Gilliam!
  • Gilliam: Listen: I'm here by my king's order, and by his order alone. I'm well aware that we have diverse backgrounds and experiences. I don't care who I pair up with. You can't always have your own way. That's just how it works in Frelia. It's luck of the draw, you follow? Do they let you swap partners until you find that special someone back in Renais?
  • Franz: Oh, no! No, no, no... That's not what I meant. It's just... I was worried that I might be slowing you down with my lesser skills.
  • Gilliam: Franz, you're wasting your time worrying when there are better things to be done.
  • Franz: Like what?
  • Gilliam: Like training, of course. Quit your worrying and show me how good a Knight of Renais can be.
  • Franz: I could ask for nothing better. Please!

B supportEdit

  • Gilliam: Franz, I can see your training has paid off.
  • Franz: Yes, and I have to say, I'm surprised. I feel the energy flowing through me. I think it's because of my resistance training, actually.
  • Gilliam: Frelia's resistance training, you mean. You mean to tell me that you have no training like that in Renais?
  • Franz: We do have a system to strengthen our chest, arms, shoulders, and legs. However, that's where we stop. We don't train each individual finger...
  • Gilliam: Every muscle acts in relation to each other muscle. How can you neglect the fingers? That's how we Frelians think.
  • Franz: Fascinating how our countries can have such distinct training systems, isn't it?
  • Gilliam: And you've been training with our system every day without a single complaint! I'm impressed.
  • Franz: Oh, that's because, each night before I go sleep... I do our traditional relaxation exercises.
  • Gilliam: Relaxation exercises?
  • Franz: Before going to bed, flex each muscle you used, and you'll wake up feeling refreshed.
  • Gilliam: What, no fatigue the following day?
  • Franz: That's right. That's what it's for.
  • Gilliam: That's wonderful!
  • Franz: I can teach you if you like.
  • Gilliam: Please.
  • Franz: Fantastic! We'll start tonight!

A supportEdit

  • Gilliam: Well, Franz, it looks like there's a lot I can learn from Renais.
  • Franz: Why the changes of heart, Sir Gilliam?
  • Gilliam: I've been doing your exercises. every night, and I feel fantastic.
  • Franz: I'm glad you like it.
  • Gilliam: I appreciate Renais much more, thanks to you.
  • Franz: Really? I'm glad. I'm thrilled that the great Sir Gilliam approves of the training in Renais.
  • Gilliam: Thrilled? You've overreacting.
  • Franz: No, honestly! I am thrilled. It's a small thing, I know... But when someone recognizes the fine qualities of Renais, I get a thrill. Renais is a small country, but it contains much that is good.
  • Gilliam: I don't know Renais, but I do know how you feel as a fellow knight. The more we are away, the more we think back on our beloved homeland.
  • Franz: I'm glad that I'm not alone in this.
  • Gilliam: Chin up, lad. Be proud of your country, Franz, Knight Renais. As your friend from neighboring Frelia, I'm glad you're proud of your home.
  • Franz: Yes, Sir Gilliam! Thank you very much!

Gilliam/SyreneEdit

C supportEdit

  • Syrene: Gilliam, long time, no see.
  • Gilliam: Syrene. ...It's been a while. You look great.
  • Syrene: Likewise, Gilliam... ... ...Heh.
  • Gilliam: What is it, Syrene? Is there something on my face?
  • Syrene: Oh, it's nothing. Don't worry about it. You're still one of the best-looking men in Frelia's army.
  • Gilliam: You know I hate it when you tease me. What is that smile about? You're making me very nervous.
  • Syrene: You were with me on my first mission as one of Frelia's pegasus knight elite. Do you remember?
  • Gilliam: Was I really? I hardly remember. I have a tough time picturing the famous Syrene as a green recruit. That really was a long time ago.
  • Syrene: Oh, really? What do you mean by that?
  • Gilliam: Oh, nothing. Nothing. Just that you've always been one of Frelia's finest warriors.
  • Syrene: Gilliam... This mission matters more to me than first mission did.
  • Gilliam: I understand. Much more hangs in the balance if we fail.
  • Syrene: We won't fail. I won't allow it!
  • Gilliam: Don't be a hero.
  • Syrene: Thanks, Gilliam. I'm grateful that you're here with me.

B supportEdit

  • Syrene: Gilliam, how are you doing?
  • Gilliam: Everything's fine for now, but-- Syrene? You look pale. Are you feeling unwell?
  • Syrene: I'm fine, Gilliam. Don't worry about me.
  • Gilliam: ...
  • Syrene: ...
  • Gilliam: ...Syrene. People come to you when they need advice, right?
  • Syrene: They do, yes. Why do you ask? Don't tell me you need some advice from me.
  • Gilliam: Yeah. Can we talk?
  • Syrene: Oh...well... Of course.
  • Gilliam: People come to talk to me, too. Must be...the wisdom of age or something. But I don't know what to say. What do you do if you have no advice to give?
  • Syrene: That happens all the time. But I've learned something... People feel better as soon as they let it out. They just want you to listen. We're fighting a war. It's only natural that people get scared and need comfort.
  • Gilliam: Do you..get scared?
  • Syrene: ...Gilliam. Is this all just an attempt to probe me for my problems?
  • Gilliam: Oh, er, don't be--
  • Syrene: Don't worry If I ever have any problems, I'll be sure to come to you.
  • Gilliam: ...I'm always here.
  • Syrene: Thanks, Gilliam.

A supportEdit

  • Syrene: Gillaim! I'll be right there!
  • Gilliam: Syrene! Don't be a hero!
  • Syrene: ...Gilliam, You're always telling me to be careful... You know full well I watch over everyone. It's what I do. But you... You're the one who always watches over me.
  • Gilliam: Syrene...
  • Syrene: You know why I stay close to you? Just to hear you say that.
  • Gilliam: ...
  • Syrene: Gilliam...
  • Gilliam: Is that...all you want to hear me say?
  • Syrene: What do you--?
  • Gilliam: Syrene... When this war is over... ... ... ... Let's get married.
  • Syrene: ...Gilliam!
  • Gilliam: Don't answer now. When this war is over... When we get back to Frelia... Wait until then, will you? Wait until then to tell me.
  • Syrene: Gilliam... You needn't wait that long You already know my answer. ...But if that is what you want, Gilliam, then yes! ...I will wait until the war is over before I give my answer! Gilliam... Good luck.
  • Gilliam: Syrene... Good luck to you.

Gilliam/MoulderEdit

C supportEdit

  • Moulder: Gilliam, did you hear something?
  • Gilliam: No Moulder. I didn't hear a thing.
  • Moulder: Was it just in my head? Hm. That can't be good.
  • Gilliam: Moulder, you've been working yourself too hard. You should rest.
  • Moulder: No, I'm not tired in the slightest. I'm fine. I cannot believe you don't hear it! Is something wrong with your ears?
  • Gilliam: Moulder, please. I know I've seen many battles, but I'm younger than you are. My hearing is fine.
  • Moulder: Then why can't you hear it? I'm starting to worry about that noise.
  • Gilliam: Your ears are playing tricks on you.

B supportEdit

  • Moulder: There it was again! That sound I told you about. Gilliam, did you hear it?
  • Gilliam: Oh, not again. No, Moulder. I don't hear anything.
  • Moulder: Is it really just me? Am I the only one who can hear it?
  • Gilliam: Maybe you should describe the sound to me. Is it a dull noise? A chirp? If it's louder, I should be able to hear it.
  • Moulder: No, it's nothing like that. It's soft...a melody of some sort.
  • Gilliam: A melody? Are you saying someone is playing music during a battle? What kind of music? What sort of instrument is it?
  • Moulder: I can't explain it. It's so...heavenly.
  • Gilliam: Heavenly? You don't suppose it's some sort of...sign, do you?
  • Moulder: Gilliam, I would be happy if you didn't say such things.
  • Gilliam: Oh, sorry. But, Moulder... You're the one dedicated to spiritual matters. I wouldn't be surprised if--
  • Moulder: I said enough of that, Gilliam. I must be imagining things. That's all.
  • Gilliam: A melody only you can hear. Sounds mysterious to me.
  • Moulder: I agree. Especially because I can't explain the cause. I must say, I'm worried. Gilliam... If something were to... happen, well... I'm counting on you.
  • Gilliam: Moulder, we've been friends for a decade and half. I'll protect you. Besides...it's my duty as a Knight of Frelia.
  • Moulder: I know I can count on you, Gilliam. I know that better than any man. You have my gratitude.
  • Gilliam: Of course, Moulder.

A SupportEdit

  • Gilliam: How are your ears today, Moulder? Can you still hear that melody?
  • Moulder: No, I haven't heard it for a while. I guess it was a hallucination after all.
  • Gilliam: Regardless of the cause, I'm glad that you don't hear it anymore.
  • Moulder: I'm relieved, too, but...I also miss it somewhat. The melody was haunting me, and I finally remember what it was.
  • Gilliam: And? What was the song?
  • Moulder: That was the music played at King Hayden's coronation.
  • Gilliam: Frelia's coronation hymn. Ah, I remember it well... It is a strong song, and Frelia's knightly choir performed it well.
  • Moulder: I was the one who carried the crown to the throne. I was so nervous that I might drop it!
  • Gilliam: I remember that you were the one to bear that regal burden. I was a mere recruit, stuck in the back with the other whelps. You know, I remember now... Your hands shook like you were frozen!
  • Moulder: Yes, and then someone shouted, in a loud voice, "Get ahold of yourself, man!" The crown slipped, and I fumbled to catch it! I was so embarrassed.
  • Gilliam: I'm so sorry. I was young. You know, I felt so bad that I have spent years making it up to you. I acted before I thought. I'm sorry for all the embarrassment I caused.
  • Moulder: That's right! I believe I met you the very next day. Aha! I've figured it out!
  • Gilliam: Figured what out?
  • Moulder: That melody--I could only hear it when I was with you. That means...
  • Gilliam: Yes?
  • Moulder: It was a sign. A sign from above that we must both return to the basics.
  • Gilliam: Return to the basics? What does-- Ah. Of course.
  • Moulder: Yes. We must remember who we were and what drove us to join this cause,
  • Gilliam: I believe you are right...

Amelia/FranzEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Franz: Oh, hello there. You're... Ah, it's Amelia, isn't it?
  • Amelia: Hm? Oh... Yes, and you're Franz!
  • Franz: That's right. How are you? Getting the hang of things?
  • Amelia: Oh, yes. Quite! You know, everyone here is so much friendlier than the folks in Grado. I'm glad there are so many people around my age traveling with us.
  • Franz: Yeah. I think I'm about the same age as you are too. You know what that means? That means from now on you're my rival.
  • Amelia: What?
  • Franz: What do you say?
  • Amelia: Um... Well, does that mean... I have to fight you?
  • Franz: No no. It's nothing as complicated as all that. We'll just work together. See, I'll try to be better than you, and you try to be better than me! Every day try to be a better person than you are today. It's easier to do when you've got someone to work with.
  • Amelia: I see... But why?
  • Franz: Yes, well. Um... My brother's a knight, too, and he's had someone like that for a long time. I've always been envious of the competitive relationship he has. they compete and they argue and they bicker... But I know they respect one another, and they grow together. I envy that.
  • Amelia: Um... I'm not sure I can be like that.
  • Franz: Hahaha... Don't worry about it. It doesn't matter who you are. All that really matters is that we have someone like that in our lives. Besides, you are a qualified soldier, are you not?
  • Amelia: Er... I'm honestly not sure I'm even qualified to be out here.
  • Franz: Same here. That's why I picked you. Let's work together.
  • Amelia: All right! I'm not sure I can live up to your expectations... But I'll do my best.
  • Franz: Good. It's nice to meet you, Amelia.
  • Amelia: It certainly is!

B SupportEdit

  • Amelia: Oh, Sir Franz!
  • Franz: Amelia, hello. Call me Franz.
  • Amelia: What? But...
  • Franz: We are rivals, right? There's no need for the formality of titles.
  • Amelia: Oh, of course not, sir!
  • Franz: Ha ha ha... You did it again.
  • Amelia: Well, then... I got it, Franz.
  • Franz: Good.
  • Amelia: Ha ha... I'm not used to being so casual.
  • Franz: Can I ask you, what do you think of this war?
  • Amelia: What?
  • Franz: I still don't understand why Grado chose to invade Renais. Grado and Renais were allies. Their royal families were close friends. Why, Prince Ephraim and Princess Eirika are friends with your Prince Lyon. I detect something funny here. I simply cannot believe a friendship so strong could end so abruptly. How many lives that been destroyed by such a seemingly random turn of events? Perhaps the prince and princess know more of the truth, but...
  • Amelia: I...
  • Franz: Oh, I'm sorry. I don't mean to besmirch your homeland's name.
  • Amelia: No, it's all right. I wonder what drives Grado's ambitions now, too.I was born in a rural village and raised in Grado's countryside. Ever since I was a little child, I took pride in my home's origins. Grado, of course, is named after the legendary hero who saved all of Magvel. I thought I lived in a country that believed in justice and peace. But this war... It's something different than all that.
  • Franz: Amelia... I'm sorry. This war must be especially painful for you...
  • Amelia: I'll be fine, Franz. But thank you, though. It was wrong of Grado to invade Renais. Nothing can justify it. Grado has no right to destroy whole nations, ruin people's lives. This is all so... so wrong! I began this war as a soldier is Grado's armies. But now... I just want to believe... I want to believe in justice! I want to know I'm doing the right thing!
  • Franz: Amelia... I understand it all very well. Your love of your homeland... Your sense of justice, of honor... If there's anything I can do to help you, please let me know. We are rivals, but that doesn't mean we can't also be friends, right?
  • Amelia: Franz... Thank you.
  • Franz: I won't let you down.
  • Amelia: No, neither will I!

A SupportEdit

  • Franz: Amelia. Can I ask you something?
  • Amelia: What is it?
  • Franz: Why did you become a soldier?
  • Amelia: Hm? ...... ... Because I was alone.
  • Franz: Alone?
  • Amelia: When I was little, I lived in a remote village with my mother. One day... bandits raided our village and took my mother.
  • Franz: Oh!
  • Amelia: I had no father... My mother was my only family. She was so sick... and so very weak...
  • Franz: ...
  • Amelia: When the bandits came... I hid under the bed... I hid there... trembling...
  • Franz: Amelia...
  • Amelia: I wanted to protect her! I... wanted to be strong! Even if I couldn't win... I wanted to fight! To protect the only person dear to me... Oh... ......
  • Franz: ... I see now... Thank you for telling me your story. I want you to know this, Amelia. ... My parents are gone, too.
  • Amelia: You... too...?
  • Franz: Yes... Well, I do have a brother, though. But I don't remember my mother. But I swore that I would live my every moment to its fullest. I swore to my parents that I would live a long life for them and be happy. Amelia... You're living the same way, embracing each passing moment. You believe in yourself, and your faith burns in you, making you shine. I don't know what it is you plan to do with your life, but as long as we travel the same path, would you let me walk beside you? I have my own path to follow, I know, but... I believe we're both walking toward the same goal.
  • Amelia: Franz...?
  • Franz: You don't like that?
  • Amelia: No! That's not it. I'm... very happy! Franz...!
  • Franz: Amelia, I'll protect you.
  • Amelia: Franz... Thank you... I'm really happy. But... I want to protect you, too. I am a soldier of sorts as well, you know. So... let me be your shield to protect you...
  • Franz: And I will be your sword and fight for you. From now on. You're not alone anymore, Amelia.
  • Amelia: Thank you, Franz.
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