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With Male AvatarEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: HIYAAA!
  • Avatar: Yeowch!
  • Nowi: Argh! Sorry, Avatar! Are you all right?
  • Avatar: You mean, apart from this lump on my head? What is this you threw at me?
  • Nowi: That shiny rock that happens to be my most treasured possession. It took AGES to find.
  • Avatar: If it's so precious, why are you tossing it around?
  • Nowi: I was trying to hit that big snake! Did you see it? It slithered away real fast!
  • Avatar: ...So you're hunting game? With a rock?
  • Nowi: Exactly! I almost got him, too. ...Oh, look! There it is again! See?
  • Avatar: Here, let me try.
  • Nowi: You think you can hit it?
  • Avatar: Casting magic or hurling stones, it's all about focus and control. And you have to lead your target... Like... THIS!
  • Nowi: Oh, WOWZERS! Nailed it right in the head! That was great!
  • Avatar: Well, I have my moments.
  • Nowi: How did you do it?! You've got to show me!
  • Avatar: All right. First of all, you want to grip the stone like this...
  • Nowi: Okay...

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hey, Avatar! Look what I got!
  • Avatar: My, that's a big snake! Did you catch it yourself?
  • Nowi: Yep! But only because of your rock-throwing lessons. Oh, and to thank you for all the help. I want you to have this...
  • Avatar: But...this is your shiny rock. Your most treasured possession?
  • Nowi: Oh, I'm not THAT fond of it. Besides, I'll just find another one.
  • Avatar: Well, that's...very generous of you. Thank you, Nowi.
  • Nowi: Say, Avatar. You're a good teacher. Is there anything else you can show me?
  • Avatar: Well, how about trying your hand at field cooking? You know, campfire cuisine? Frederick has just started teaching me the basics, so I'm not very good yet but...
  • Nowi: That's perfect! We'll practice together and be gourmet chefs before you know it!
  • Avatar: With that kind of enthusiasm, we just might, heh heh...
  • (Scene transition)
  • Avatar: ...Well, it looks...edible? At least?
  • Nowi: At LEAST? I think it smells totally scrumptious!
  • Avatar: The proof is in the flavor. Which, I don't know... Looks like it could fall anywhere between mud and toenails...
  • Nowi: Avatar, what ARE you mumbling about? Let's hurry up and eat already!
  • Avatar: Er, right. H-here goes nothing. *Munch, munch*
  • Nowi: *Chomp, chomp* Hee hee! See? It's DELICIOUS! It came out just right!
  • Avatar: It did, didn't it? Thank goodness Frederick is such a good teacher.
  • Nowi: No, YOU'RE a good student! I wish I could remember things as well as you. I've lived a thousand years, and what can I do? Nothing, that's what.
  • Avatar: Don't say that. You've got time to learn all kinds things. And of course I'll help, if you like.
  • Nowi: Aw, thanks. Avatar.

A SupportEdit

  • Avatar: So you split the blade of grass, cup it in your hands like so, and blow... FfffffvvvVVVVVVWWWEEEEEE!
  • Nowi: Wow! It's just like a flute!
  • Avatar: Here, why don't you try?
  • Nowi: Er, okay. Here I go... Pfffth... Thfffptht... Aw, that didn't sound like anything! Maybe I'm not puffing hard enough? If I turned into a dragon, I could blow—
  • Avatar: Er, probably not a good idea. We don't want to start a wildfire.
  • Nowi: *Sigh* Yeah, I guess not.
  • Avatar: Look, I'll help you practice until you've got it. Sound good?
  • Nowi: I guess. Though I still think if I just transform...
  • Avatar: Let's just try it my way, okay?
  • Nowi: Hey look, Avatar! There's another giant snake!
  • Avatar: So there is. And it's quite a bit bigger than the last one you caught... ...Er, Nowi? What are you doing?
  • Nowi: I'm gonna show you how well I've learned to throw! Ready? Here goes! HIYAA!
  • Avatar: Well done, Nowi! You hit him right between the eyes! That must be the biggest snake I've ever seen taken down by a single rock.
  • Nowi: Pretty impressive, huh?
  • Avatar: The Shepherds will eat well tonight! ...If we can haul that thing back to camp.
  • Nowi: I can do it! Even a snake that size is no problem for a mighty dragon. Now I just have to transform and... Oh, no! Where's my dragonstone?!
  • Avatar: Er, you didn't just use it to knock out that snake, did you?
  • Nowi: Oh, gosh. I think I did! *Sniff* Wh-what am I going to do?! I can't ever turn into a dragon again. and no one will get to eat snaaaaaake! WAAAAAAAAH!
  • Avatar: Easy, Nowi, easy. It's all right. We just have to search a little. I promise I won't leave until we've found it. All right?
  • Nowi: Gosh, you'd do that for me? Avatar, you're the best!

S SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Thanks for your help the other day, Avatar.
  • Avatar: You mean searching for the dragonstone? Not at all. I'm just glad we found it. Listen, Nowi. I actually wanted to talk to you about something else...
  • Nowi: Sure! What is it?
  • Avatar: The shiny stone you gave me—was it really precious to you?
  • Nowi: Oh, yes. Very much so. But it's yours now. I AM looking for a new one, but I haven't found anything yet.
  • Avatar: Yes, right. That's what I thought. ...Here, I want you to have this.
  • Nowi: Wow, it's SO shiny and pretty! But...it isn't a normal rock, is it?
  • Avatar: No, it isn't. Not anymore. That was the stone you gave me... But I've made it into a ring.
  • Nowi: Er, Avatar?
  • Avatar: Yes, Nowi?
  • Nowi: I know what kind of ring this is. You want us to promise each other to stay together forever.
  • Avatar: Oh, so you DO know the custom? Good. I was afraid I'd have to explain.
  • Nowi: Come on, Avatar, I'm not a total dummy!
  • Avatar: Heh. Right, sorry. I forget sometimes how long you've spent with us humans. But if you know this ring...then you also know what it means to accept it.
  • Nowi: I do! And I DO! in every sense of the words, I do, Avatar! I've wanted to be with you for ever so long—I thought you'd never ask!
  • Avatar: Then my only regret is not doing so earlier. Oh, Nowi, we'll be so happy together!
  • Nowi: Oh, I know we will, Avatar! I know we will!
  • Nowi: Oh I'm so happy! I've always wanted a husband! Think of all the wonderful centuries—uh, years we'll have!

With Female AvatarEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: HIYAA!
  • Avatar: Yeowch!
  • Nowi: Argh! Sorry, Avatar! Are you all right?
  • Avatar: You mean, apart form this lump on my head? What is this you threw at me?
  • Nowi: That shiny rock happens to be my most treasured possession. It took AGES to find.
  • Avatar: If it's so precious, why are you tossing it around?
  • Nowi: I was trying to hit that big snake! Did you see it? It slithered away real fast.
  • Avatar: ...So you're hunting game? With a rock?
  • Nowi: Exactly! I almost got him, too. ...Oh, look! There it is again! See?
  • Avatar: Here, let me try.
  • Nowi: You think you can hit it?
  • Avatar: Casting magic or hurling stones, it's all about focus and control. And you have to lead your target... Like...THIS!
  • Nowi: Oh, WOWZERS! Nailed it right in the head! That was great!
  • Avatar: Well, I have my moments.
  • Nowi: How did you do it?! You've got to show me!
  • Avatar: All right. First of all, you want to grip the stone like this...
  • Nowi: Okay...

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hey, Avatar! Look what I got!
  • Avatar: My, that's a big snake! Did you catch it yourself?
  • Nowi: Yep! But only because of your rock-throwing lessons. Oh, and to thank you for all the help, I want you to have this...
  • Avatar: But...this is your shiny rock. Your most treasured possession?
  • Nowi: Oh, I'm not THAT fond of it. Besides, I'll just find another one.
  • Avatar: Well, that's...very generous of you. Thank you, Nowi.
  • Nowi: Say, Avatar. You're a good teacher. Is there anything else you can show me?
  • Avatar: Well, how about trying your hand at field cooking? You know, campfire cuisine? Frederick has just started teaching me the basics, so I'm not very good yet but...
  • Nowi: That's perfect! We'll practice together and be gourmet chefs before you know it!
  • Avatar: With that kind of enthusiasm, we just might, heh heh...
  • (Scene transition)
  • Avatar: ...Well, it looks...edible? At least?
  • Nowi: At LEAST? I think it smells totally scrumptious!
  • Avatar: The proof is in the flavor. Which, I don't know... Looks like it could fall anywhere between mud and toenails...
  • Nowi: Avatar, what ARE you mumbling about? Let's hurry up and eat already!
  • Avatar: Er, right. H-here goes nothing. *Munch, munch*
  • Nowi: *Chomp, chomp* Hee hee! See? It's DELICIOUS! It came out just right!
  • Avatar: It did, didn't it? Thank goodness Frederick is such a good teacher.
  • Nowi: No, YOU'RE a good student! I wish I could remember things as well as you. I've lived a thousand years, and what can I do? Nothing, that's what.
  • Avatar: Don't say that. You've got time to learn all kinds things. And of course I'll help, if you like.
  • Nowi: Aw, thanks. Avatar.

A SupportEdit

  • Avatar: So you split the blade of grass, cup it in your hands like so, and blow... FfffffvvvVVVVVVWWWEEEEEE!
  • Nowi: Wow! It's just like a flute!
  • Avatar: Here, why don't you try?
  • Nowi: Er, okay. Here I go... Pfffth... Thfffptht... Aw, that didn't sound like anything! Maybe I'm not puffing hard enough? If I turned into a dragon, I could blow—
  • Avatar: Er, probably not a good idea. We don't want to start a wildfire.
  • Nowi: *Sigh* Yeah, I guess not.
  • Avatar: Look, I'll help you practice until you've got it. Sound good?
  • Nowi: I guess. Though I still think if I just transform...
  • Avatar: Let's just try it my way, okay?
  • Nowi: Hey look, Avatar! There's another giant snake!
  • Avatar: So there is. And it's quite a bit bigger than the last one you caught... ...Er, Nowi? What are you doing?
  • Nowi: I'm gonna show you how well I've learned to throw! Ready? Here goes! HIYAA!
  • Avatar: Well done, Nowi! You hit him right between the eyes! That must be the biggest snake I've ever seen taken down by a single rock.
  • Nowi: Pretty impressive, huh?
  • Avatar: The Shepherds will eat well tonight! ... If we can haul that thing back to camp.
  • Nowi: I can do it! Even a snake that size is no problem for a mighty dragon. Now I just have to transform and... Oh, no! Where's my dragonstone?!
  • Avatar: Er, you didn't just use it to knock out that snake, did you?
  • Nowi: Oh, gosh. I think I did! *Sniff* Wh-what am I going to do?! I can't ever turn into a dragon again. And no one will get to eat snaaaaaake! WAAAAAAAAH!
  • Avatar: Easy, Nowi, easy. It's all right. We just have to search a little. I promise I won't leave until we've found it. All right?
  • Nowi: Gosh, you'd do that for me? Avatar, you're the best!

With FrederickEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Frederick: Ah, Nowi.
  • Nowi: Eeek!
  • (Nowi leaves)
  • Frederick: Wh—?! No, wait!
  • Nowi: Yes? What is it?
  • Frederick: Why did you attempt to flee, milady? Have I done something to anger you?
  • Nowi: Last night, I had a nightmare about my basket of fruit being stolen...
  • Frederick: Ah. Yes, I see how such a thing might be... Er, except I don't. Why did that make you want to run away?
  • Nowi: Because YOU were the thief, and I didn't want to lose any more fruit!
  • Frederick: This is unfortunate. I hate to think I wronged you—dream or otherwise. Perhaps it would clear the air if I offered you my ration of fruit this evening? And I only ask one small thing in return.
  • Nowi: For extra fruit, I'll do anything!
  • Frederick: Well then, I was hoping we might spend more time together.
  • Nowi: ...Yeah, no. That's not worth fruit. Plus you're not really my type.
  • Frederick: Milady! I did NOT mean it as a proposal! What a dishonorable idea! ...I want you to show me your dragon might.
  • Nowi: Huh? But why?
  • Frederick: Opportunities to spar with a dragon are few and far between. To get even a taste of dragon combat would be a most valuable experience!
  • Nowi: Won't you be all scared and stuff?
  • Frederick: This is why I need your help. Fear of the unknown is the fear most dangerous.
  • Nowi: I'm not sure about this...
  • Frederick: ...You'd have two rations of fruit?
  • Nowi: Oh, right! I almost forgot! Okay, sure!

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Frederick, are you all right?
  • Frederick: *Groan* Y-yes, milady... Completely fine... Such a small burn... I c-can hardly feel it. If I just ignore it, it will heal. Eventually...
  • Nowi: Are you sure? I burned off an awful lot of hair. What if it grows back all weird?
  • Frederick: Oh. D-does it appear grievous?
  • Nowi: Well, it's kind of all frizzy and spiky and sticking out. Hee hee! It's actually pretty funny! Hee hee hee!
  • Frederick: Then we had best stop for now and give my body a chance to recover. This has been a very educational experience, thanks to you. I must return to my training while the pain of the wounds remain fresh in my mind.
  • Nowi: ......
  • Frederick: Are you all right, Nowi? Are you injured?
  • Nowi: I'm just thinking how stupid you are! Getting yourself all hurt like that, with no one to look after you properly!
  • Frederick: I must put myself through such trials if I am to protect everyone.
  • Nowi: But why do you insist on doing it by yourself? You can ask for help!
  • Frederick: What are you driving at, milady?
  • Nowi: You said you were going to return to training, right? Meaning, on your own? But that'll make you lonely. I should know. Before I came here, I was all alone, too. It makes me sad to see you working and training so hard with no one around you.
  • Frederick: Milady, you have a kind and gentle heart. But I couldn't possibly be lonely when those like you are thinking about my welfare.
  • Nowi: So you don't feel lonely at all?
  • Frederick: Not a bit. So once my wounds have healed, perhaps we can spar once again?
  • Nowi: Sure. That'll be fun!

A SupportEdit

  • Frederick: Nowi, are you free? I was hoping we might have another sparring session.
  • Nowi: But we just had a fight yesterday! AND the day before that!
  • Frederick: Yes, but I am so close to anticipating when you unleash a breath attack.
  • Nowi: Oh, okay. If you want to play THAT much... Why are you always so obsessed about getting better at fighting?
  • Frederick: I must be strong so I can protect Chrom and our allies. This war demands no less. Also, the more I learn, the more I can pass on to the other Shepherds. This will reduce battlefield casualties and increase the odds of eventual victory.
  • Nowi: And it'll make you the biggest hero ever!
  • Frederick: Unlikely. And in any case, I do not do this for praise or glory. My only aim is to ensure that as many of my comrades as possible survive this war.
  • Nowi: I love being praised more than ANYTHING! Don't you care about the glory even just a little bit?
  • Frederick: I am but human, milady—any praise that comes my way is highly appreciated. But approbation and glory cannot by themselves be your goal.
  • Nowi: Gosh, you're just like a real knight! But SOMEONE has to tell you how great you are—and it might as well be me! So er... Well done, Frederick! Good job! You're the best knight ever!
  • Frederick: Heh. Why, thank you, Nowi. You remind me of my mother.
  • Nowi: Well, don't forget, I AM like several centuries older than you!
  • Frederick: Yes, of course. I often forget that you are a wise, mature woman.
  • Nowi: Tee hee hee! Now you're praising ME! And you do it ever so well!
  • Frederick: I only speak the truth.
  • Nowi: In fact, you're so good at it, I think we should spend more time sparring.
  • Frederick: I would be my pleasure!

S SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Frederick! Let's practice some more. I'll turn into a dragon for you!
  • Frederick: Now this is unusual—normally, it is I who challenges you to battle. Has something piqued your interest in our training sessions?
  • Nowi: Not really. I just decided that you and me should practice together more often. See, when you try hard, I always remember to praise you and say how brave you are. Even if no one else appreciates all your hard work, I want to make sure I do. And, another thing. When you take a day off, I want to take a day off with you! Then we can keep each other company, and neither of us will ever be alone. We'll get stronger, we'll be able to help out Chrom more, and it'll be fun!
  • Frederick: But then we would be spending nearly every waking moment together.
  • Nowi: ...You don't hate me, do you? Please say you don't! Because I don't hate you! In fact, I really, really, REALLY like you!
  • Frederick: I like you, too, Nowi.
  • Nowi: No! I don't mean that kind of like. I mean, I LIKE YOU like you.
  • Frederick: ...Ah.
  • Nowi: I love how you're always working so hard for others, even when you're tired. Plus I love how you're always thinking of ways to protect people. It makes ME want to protect YOU! So, um, do you like me? Like, as a woman and all that? 'Cause if you feel about me like I do for you, I...I want you to tell me. Please, Frederick! Don't keep me in suspense!
  • Frederick: After such a forthright confession, it would il behoove me not to answer in kind. In truth, I was planning to do this when I was better prepared... ...But, Nowi, I have in fact fallen in love with you. We have spent so much time together lately, and I came to realize... Well, that you are the most important person in my life.
  • Nowi: YAAAAAAAAAY! So I suppose we should get married now, right?
  • Frederick: If you will do me the great honor. But unfortunately, I have not yet picked out a suitable ring for you. I shall go to the jeweler in town and order one immediately.
  • Nowi: Oh, wait! Before you go, let's have another fight!
  • Frederick: Well, I suppose there is always time for just one more...

With VirionEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Ouch! I really scraped my hands when I slipped back there...
  • Virion: I hear a fair maiden in need of medical aid! Shall Virion tend the wound?
  • Nowi: Oh, could you?
  • Virion: But of course! A dab of ointment, a small, clean bandage... There! Danger has been thwarted thanks to my speedy and skilled treatment.
  • Nowi: Aw, thanks!
  • Virion: No need for thanks, sweet Nowi.
  • Nowi: Hey, so I've noticed that you keep calling me "sweet." Don't you think it's a little belittling or whatever?
  • Virion: If I have offended you, you have my apologies. 'Tis but a habit of mine. Pray, do you not like it?
  • Nowi: No, pray! I do not!
  • Virion: Then I shall endeavor to correct myself with all due haste! A nobleman must take care of how he addresses others, you know. Especially one as distinguished as you!
  • Nowi: What's so special about me?
  • Virion: Why, you are over a thousand years old! You lived in the time of my great ancestors. You are practically immortal! Divine, even! It ill behooves me to disrespect you.
  • Nowi: Okay, knock it off! You're making me sound like some old lady.
  • Virion: Nonsense, Nowi my sweet! You are charming, young, and beauty itself!
  • Nowi: You really think I'm beautiful?
  • Virion: Let the gods strike me down if it is not so! You see? No lightning strikes. No fire ants nibble at my drawers.
  • Nowi: Wow. You really ARE good at this whole philandering thing.
  • Virion: Ph-ph-philandering?! Where did you hear such a vulgar word?!
  • Nowi: Um, that's what everyone says about you. ...Seriously. Everyone. Even Chrom. Didn't you know?
  • Virion: I most certainly did not!

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: I'm SOOOOOO hungry! When do we EEEAT?!
  • Virion: An empty stomach will not do. I, Virion, shall bring hither victuals.
  • (Virion leaves)
  • Nowi: Er, Virion?! Where did you go?! VIIIIIIRIIIIIIOOON?! Oh! There you are.
  • (Virion appears)
  • Virion: Apologies for the delay, sweet Nowi. I have collected some lovely fresh lettuces.
  • Nowi: Um, that's nice, but... I hate vegetables.
  • Virion: Ah! How foolish of me, offering plants to a dragon! I shall sally forth and find a fatted calf with all haste!
  • Nowi: Wait, Virion! Look, if you want to help, I'd rather you just...kept me company. If we played a game or whatever, that would take my mind off the hunger.
  • Virion: Very well. What would you like to play? Chess? Tiddlywinks? Naughts and crosses? I also know checkers, blind man's bluff, king of the bean, field bowling, falconing—
  • Nowi: I want to play duck duck dragon!
  • Virion: Duck duck...dragon? Well, I say. I'm not familiar with that game.
  • Nowi: It's easy! I turn into a dragon and chase you while spewing white-hot fire. And if I catch you, I totally win!
  • Virion: That sounds dreadful!
  • Nowi: So, let's start, okay? I'll count to... um...one million, and you go hide.
  • Virion: One million? Do you realize how long that will take?
  • Nowi: OOOOOONE.... TWOOOOOO... THREEEEEE...
  • Virion: My life is flashing in front of my eyes! ...Very, very slowly. Well, I'll not wait for her to finish. Virion, AWAY!

A SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hee hee hee! I LOVE duck duck dragon!
  • Virion: Insofar as a terrifying brush with death can be fun, then yes...
  • Nowi: What? I didn't quite catch that.
  • Virion: Er, I was muttering to myself about how much I enjoy these games of ours!
  • Nowi: I know, right? Playing games is pretty much my favorite thing ever. But no one ever wants to play with me! It's crazy!
  • Virion: I can't imagine why no one else is clamoring to join in...
  • Nowi: But now I have you, and we can play duck duck dragon over and over again!
  • Virion: Over and...over? Dear gods, I don't think my poor heart can take it. And yet I cannot bring myself to wipe that smile of joy from her face...
  • Nowi: Virion? You're doing that thing again. The one where you mumble to yourself?
  • Virion: I am? My apologies. I was just thinking about how sad I'll be when we stop playing.
  • Nowi: I KNEW you liked duck duck dragon!
  • Virion: Er...
  • Nowi: You know, you really should have told me sooner. It's not even dark yet! That means we have time for ONE MORE ROUND! OOOOOONE.... TWOOOOOO... THREEEEEE...
  • Virion: No, Nowi! I beg of you, no! I cannot abide the remorseless tick of death's grim clock!
  • Nowi: Geez, what's with the wailing, Virion? I can barely hear myself count.
  • Virion: Um, sweet Nowi? Do you know any games aside from duck duck dragon? I'm concerned you might, er, waste all your dragonstones! ...Yes, that's it.
  • Nowi: Aw, don't worry. Now that I know how much you like it, I'll make the sacrifice! Okay, so where was I? FOOOUR... FIIIIIIVE...
  • Virion: NOW she decides to take my feelings into consideration?! ...Still, if she is willing to give up things for my sake, then I must do the same for her. I shall take part in her game, even if it means the death of me! Virion, AWAY!
  • (Virion leaves)
  • Nowi: SEEEEEEEEEVEN... EEEEEEEEEIGHT...

S SupportEdit

  • Nowi: ......
  • Virion: Why the scowl, sweet Nowi? Do you not feel like playing duck duck dragon?
  • Nowi: No. I don't.
  • Virion: But I thought it was your favorite game and that you would never tire of it! I'm willing to have a match right now, if you like. My singed hindquarters have nearly healed from the last match! Or perhaps you have thought of some other game? A safer one, perhaps?
  • Nowi: I want to get married.
  • Virion: Playing house is a bit beneath a 1,000-year-old woman, but if you like, I'm all for it. Shall I take on the role of minister? I deliver a crackling good sermon!
  • Nowi: No! I want to marry YOU!
  • Virion: Yes, but then who will play the minister? I suppose we could ask Frederick, although it would be a terribly dull affair...
  • Nowi: Do I really have to spell this out? I don't want to PLAY marriage, Virion! I want to BE MARRIED! ...TO YOU!
  • Virion: Y-you want... Wait, to me? Are you serious?
  • Nowi: Yes, yes, and YES!
  • Virion: Right then! I see! ...No, wait. I'm still confused. You, Nowi, wish to marry me? ...Virion?
  • Nowi: AAAAAARRRRRRGGGGGGH! Yes, you dunderhead! Why do you think I've been chasing you all over the place?!
  • Virion: B-but that was a game! And one I spent in a state of mortal terror, besides.
  • Nowi: *Sniff* D-do you hate me, Virion? Is that it? Do you th-think I'm...ugly? *Sniff* B-b-because I... I couldn't take that! Waaaaaaaaaaaaaah!
  • Virion: Good gracious, no! You're lovely! Oh, please do stop crying!
  • Nowi: Oh, yay! That means you love me! For a moment there, I thought you might turn me down.
  • Virion: Er...
  • Nowi: Aw, Virion. I've liked you since the first moment we met! Everyone treats me so seriously because... Well, you know. 'Cause I'm really old. But you're fun and funny and silly and it's just great! I don't ever want to lose that feeling!
  • Virion: Oh, sweet Nowi. It is true that the times I've spent with you haven't been...entirely unpleasant. And your confession of love makes me realize how truly fond of you I've become. So let us marry, fair Nowi. Not as a game, but for true.
  • Nowi: So you ARE saying yes?! Oh, I'm so excited! We have to go buy a ring right away! That's the rule, right?
  • Virion: We shall buy a magnificent ring fit for a true noblewoman.
  • Nowi: Yay! I can't wait!

With StahlEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Stahl: Hmm? I hear the chirping of a bird. And it's very close indeed.
  • Nowi: Heya, Stahl! Just the man I wanted to see. Can you spare some of that healing tonic you're always carrying around?
  • Stahl: What do you want it for?
  • Nowi: This little bird hurt his wing, and I want to help him out.
  • Stahl: I'm not sure my tonic works on birds. ...It's mainly for diarrhea.
  • Nowi: Well, THAT'S not going to help. Hmm... Wait, I know! A healing staff should do the trick!
  • Stahl: Nowi, I know you just want to help, but healing staves are very valuable. I'm not sure we can spare one for a bird, regardless of how cute he is.
  • Nowi: What? So we just let it DIE because Chrom might get a boo-boo?!
  • Stahl: Well, Chrom. Or me. ...Er, or anyone, really.
  • Nowi: Ugh! How could you be so cruel! Waaaaaah!
  • Stahl: Gods, maybe she's right. This war is turning me into a heartless brute. Nowi, wait. I'm sorry. You're right. Let's call Lissa and have her help this poor critter.
  • Nowi: *Sniff* R-Really? You'll do that? Thanks, Stahl...

B SupportEdit

  • Stahl: Hey, Nowi. I brought some fresh bandages.
  • Nowi: Thanks, Stahl. The bird is feeling much better now!
  • Stahl: I'm not surprised, with how you've been looking after him.
  • Nowi: Yeah, but I'm tiring of calling him "the bird." I think he needs a name. What do you think of Janaff?
  • Stahl: Er...
  • Nowi: That totally sounds like a bird, right? I thought of it myself, by the way.
  • Stahl: I'm just not sure it's the best idea to give him a name. It'll just make it that much harder when it comes time to part company.
  • Nowi: But we're not going to part company! Me and Janaff will be friends forever.
  • Stahl: Okay, now you're just being absurd. First of all, how are you going to look after him in the middle of battle? And second, what are you going to feed him? We're low on food as it is.
  • Nowi: I'll find a way! I'll be like his mother and take extra good care of him! So can I keep him? Pleeeeeeeeese?
  • Stahl: Oh, for the love of... Fine. I'll talk to Chrom. Maybe you and I can look after him together.
  • Nowi: Yay! Thanks, Stahl!

A SupportEdit

  • Stahl: Janaff seems to be full of beans today.
  • Nowi: Yeah, we just got back from a flight around the camp. It was lots of fun!
  • Stahl: I'm glad you found a friend. Perhaps now it... Hmm? What's that shadow?
  • Nowi: Oh my gosh! Look at that huge flock of birds!
  • Stahl: Janaff seems awfully excited, Nowi. I think maybe he wants to join them.
  • Nowi: What? Now he doesn't! Liar! He's MY friend!
  • Stahl: The flock keeps circling us like they're waiting for something... Nowi, I think Janaff's friends and family have come to take him home.
  • Nowi: No! I'M his family now! I'm his mother! I'm going to turn into a dragon and chase those stupid birds away!
  • Stahl: You can't do that, Nowi.
  • Nowi: But... But...!
  • Stahl: What do you think Janaff would want? ...I mean, besides more worms. Do you really want to keep him from his true family? From his friends?
  • Nowi: Oh fiiine. I know you're right, but it's still sad and unfair. I'm s-sorry, Janaff. I shouldn't have tried to hold you against your will. *sniff* You can... *sob* go... *sniffle* If you really... want to...
  • Stahl: Wow! Look how fast he flew into the flock! He looks happy, doesn't he? He's doing little somersaults in the air. Farewell, Janaff! May all your meals be huge grubs and the like!
  • Nowi: *Sniff* Bye, Janaff. I hope you have fun...with all your friends...
  • Stahl: ...And he's gone.
  • Nowi: *Siiiiiiiiigh*
  • Stahl: You did the right thing, Nowi.
  • Nowi: H-he was my best friend ever... *sniff* Oh gods, I miss him so much! Waaaaaaaaaaaah! Janaaaaaaaaaff!
  • Stahl: Heh. Easy there, Nowi. We don't want you to pull something...

S SupportEdit

  • Stahl: Nowi?
  • Nowi: Hee hee. Hi, Stahl.
  • Stahl: What are you up to? You're looking inordinately cheery.
  • Nowi: Last night, I had a dream where I was flying through the sky with Janaff! He said he visited me in my dream to tell me he was doing okay.
  • Stahl: Hey, that's great! He must have really cared for you.
  • Nowi: By the way, why are you here? Do you want something?
  • Stahl: Um, yes, actually. I've been thinking about you lately. Ever since you released Janaff, I mean. Seeing you make such a huge sacrifice for the happiness of someone else... Well, it kind of made me realize that I have feelings for you. So, um, I got you this ring. ...If you'll take it.
  • Nowi: Does this mean you want to get married?
  • Stahl: Oh, good. You know about this, then. I was afraid I'd have to explain and... Well, yes, Nowi. I want to get married.
  • Nowi: And if we marry, that makes us family, right?
  • Stahl: It sure does. You and me and all the little birds we can adopt.
  • Nowi: Never mind birds! I wanna be a mom and have dozens of children!
  • Stahl: Er, dozens?
  • Nowi: Oh, okay. Maybe just one dozen. Anyway, can I have the ring now?
  • Stahl: R-right. Of course.

With VaikeEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: *Sniffle*
  • Vaike: Hey! What's all the snifflin' about?
  • Nowi: Oh, n-nothing...
  • Vaike: Ha! You can't fool the Vaike! I'm a master of psych... Er, psik... Ya know. Mind stuff!
  • Nowi: I had a frightening dream.
  • Vaike: A nightmare, eh? What about? Beasts? Ghouls? Snaggletooth witches?
  • Nowi: I was all alone. Everyone had left me. Even Chrom and Avatar.
  • Vaike: Well, that's a daft dream! Chrom and Avatar would never do that. Heck, no Shepherd would do that.
  • Nowi: But in a hundred years you will. You all all be gone.
  • Vaike: Oh. Well, I guess so, yeah.
  • Nowi: Then I WILL be alone! Waaaaaaaaaaaaaah!
  • Vaike: Look, ya can't go weepin' over what might happen a hundred years from now! Ya gotta live in the present and have fun while ya still can.
  • Nowi: That's easier said than done.
  • Vaike: If you've got time to brood about the future centuries, you've got time to have fun. In fact, let's play a game right now! How about Headless Soldier?
  • Nowi: Yaaay!

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Okay, I think I've got it this time... PLTHTHTH... PSZZZTHTHTH...
  • Vaike: BWA HA HA! That's the worst whistlin' I've ever heard! Here, let me show ya again...
  • Nowi: No! I've almost got it. Listen... PLSHTHTHTHT... *splutter*
  • Vaike: Ya sound like a camel that swallowed its bagpipes. But you're lucky. You got all the time in the world to practice.
  • Nowi: Lucky? Ha! I don't see what's so great about it.
  • Vaike: Gallopin' geldings, what I wouldn't give for an extra century or two! Then I know I could make my dream come true!
  • Nowi: Dream? What dream?
  • Vaike: To become the greatest warrior in the land and help the children of my old slum town. I want to improve their lot so they can help pull up folks around 'em. By the time I'm done, I'll have made life better for EVERYONE!
  • Nowi: Oh! What a wonderful dream!
  • Vaike: I was inspired by the exalt. She made a speech in my town once, see? But the thing is, I don't have enough time to make it all happen. If I had a few extra decades, I might be able to make somethin' of it.
  • Nowi: Hey, I have an idea! If you die before you fulfill your dream, I could take over! With the two of us together, I know we could make it come true.
  • Vaike: Really? You'd do that for Ol' Teach?!

A SupportEdit

  • Nowi: *Siiiiiiigh*
  • Vaike: Aw, come on! You're too young and pretty to be mopin' like this!
  • Nowi: Vaike, I'm older than you. ...MUCH older.
  • Vaike: Yeah, I know. But you're still a kid at heart, right? Anyway, what's the matter? Another scary dream?
  • Nowi: The thing is, Vaike, I really like you. And that makes me sad. *Sniff* Because it means I'm really gonna miss you when you're gone!
  • Vaike: Hey, don't bury me yet! And besides, you'll be helpin' me with my dream. It's like havin' me right there!
  • Nowi: I promised to do that, and I will. But it's going to be so awful and sad and...and lonely without you. And then everyone else is gonna go away and...and...WAAAAAAAAAH!
  • Vaike: H-hey now! Don't start cryin', Nowi! I ain't goin' nowhere.
  • Nowi: P-promise? *sniff*
  • Vaike: I guarantee it! So wipe away those tears, and let's start enjoyin' the day!
  • Nowi: Th-thanks, Vaike. I feel better.
  • Vaike: Har har! That's more like it!

S SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hey, Vaike? Is it really true that you'll never leave me?
  • Vaike: This again? Look, Nowi! I promised, didn't I? How many times are ya gonna ask the same question?!
  • Nowi: I'm sorry. But I can't help thinking it's a promise you won't be able to keep.
  • Vaike: All right, all right! One more time. I vow to never leave you—cross my heart!
  • Nowi: Oh, thank you, Vaike! As long as YOU'RE with me, I'll never be lonely!
  • Vaike: My company's that good?
  • Nowi: It sure is!
  • Vaike: Well then, uh... Maybe you'd do me the honor of acceptin' this.
  • Nowi: Oh, a ring! How pretty!
  • Vaike: Now you don't have to ask if I'm leavin' again. This proves I'll stay.
  • Nowi: It...proves it?
  • Vaike: That's right. It means I'll be your friend and stay by your side forever.
  • Nowi: But what about—
  • Vaike: Yes, even after I'm worm food! All ya have to do is close your eyes, hold this ring, and imagine me. Next thing ya know, I'll be standin' right next to ya! So stop worryin' all right?
  • Nowi: Th-thank you, Vaike. You have...no idea what this means to me... *sniff*
  • Vaike: Aww, don't start cryin' again!

With KellamEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hmm? What's this piece of paper doing on the ground?
  • Kellam: Um, that's mine.
  • Nowi: Really? Let's see what it says... "Dear everyone. How are you?"
  • Kellam: Hey, that's private! Don't read it!
  • Nowi: Oh, it's a letter! Did you write this?
  • Kellam: It's for my family back home. My parents and brothers. I just want to let them know I'm okay.
  • Nowi: You have brothers?
  • Kellam: Oh, sure. Five of 'em. We grew up in a pretty lively house.
  • Nowi: *Sniff* I wish I had brothers and sisters. It's so boring when you're all alone...
  • Kellam: Gosh, that must be rough... But, uh, please don't cry. You know, I always wanted a sister... So if you want, maybe you could pretend that I'm your brother!
  • Nowi: That's a great idea! From now on, I'll be your big sister!
  • Kellam: Oh, right. You're older than me. I always forget that.
  • Nowi: Okay, Little Brother, let's play a game! I get to pick because I'm the oldest.
  • Kellam: Um...okay?

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Keellaaaaaam! It's time to play hide-and-seek!
  • Kellam: Actually, you might not want to play that game with me.
  • Nowi: Don't you try to wriggle out of it. Your big sister orders you to play!
  • Kellam: Well, if you insist...
  • Nowi: I'm going to count to a million, so you run off and hide somewhere.
  • Kellam: A m-million?! Well, okay...
  • Nowi: OOONE.... TWOOOO... THREEEEE...
  • Kellam: I was afraid this might happen. I'm hungry and it's almost dark. She must've gone home by now... I'll give it five more minutes and then I'll come out and head for supper.
  • Nowi: Ah-HAH! Gotcha!
  • Kellam: Gah?! You were still looking?
  • Nowi: Well I HAD to find you, right? Otherwise you'd have been waiting forever! Sitting in a bush... All alone... Not a single friend to talk to... But don't worry about that, Little Brother! I'll NEVER leave you alone!
  • Kellam: ...Never?
  • Nowi: Okay, your turn! Now you have to find me!
  • Kellam: Um, Nowi? It's dark, and I'm hungry, so maybe we can—
  • Nowi: Hey! Your older sister commands it!

A SupportEdit

  • Kellam: Found you, Nowi!
  • Nowi: Aww! Not again! Why are you so good at this stupid game?!
  • Kellam: Oh, I've had a lot of practice.
  • Nowi: But how do you hide so well? You have to teach me! Pleeease?!
  • Kellam: Aw, shucks, Nowi. I can't teach you, because I don't know. It just...happens. Our family was real poor, see? So my brothers and I had to share everything. But I was a mean kid who hated sharing, so we'd always get into fights. Eventually my family got tired of my selfishness and started ignoring me. Well, I got mad and they stayed mad, and now... Well, it's like I'm just not there.
  • Nowi: Oh, Kellam... That's the saddest thing I've ever heard in my life!
  • Kellam: It is?
  • Nowi: You may have had a family, but really you were all alone like me!
  • Kellam: Well, I suppose so. In a way.
  • Nowi: Well, never mind all that. I'm your sister now, and I KNOW you exist! So no more hiding from me, all right? ...Unless we're playing.
  • Kellam: Heh heh. This sister thing ain't half bad!

S SupportEdit

  • Nowi: What are you doing, Kellam? You look so serious.
  • Kellam: Er, hello, Nowi. I'm just...polishing this ring.
  • Nowi: Wow, it's so shiny!
  • Kellam: My parents gave it to me when I first left for the capital. I'm supposed to give it to someone who I want to bring into the family.
  • Nowi: You mean like your big sister?
  • Kellam: Um, I guess so.
  • Nowi: Oh, I'm just kidding. I know an engagement ring when I see one.
  • Kellam: ......
  • Nowi: ...Well? Are you going to give it to me or not?!
  • Kellam: Wh-what?! Well, I was planning on making more of a deal out of it. I mean, with some music or maybe a big cake or...something? ...Here, Do you accept?
  • Nowi: Yay! Of course I do!

With DonnelEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hey, can I see that rock?
  • Donnel: Huh?
  • Nowi: Ker...FLING!
  • Donnel: Horse apples! What'd ya go and that for?!
  • Nowi: Yay! I got it!
  • (Nowi leaves)
  • Donnel: H-hey! Hold up a minute!
  • (Scene transition)
  • Nowi: Check it out, Donny! I bagged a pheasant!
  • Donnel: *Huff* *pant* Forget yer bird, Nowi! The stone! Where's my stone?!
  • Nowi: What, this one?
  • Donnel: Aw, there she is! Whew...
  • Nowi: Oh, sorry. Was it important?
  • Donnel: More than anythin' I own. It's my one real treasure. ...It belonged to my pa.
  • Nowi: O-oh my gosh, Donny! *sniff* I'm s-sorry! I didn't know! I... Waaaaaaaaah!
  • Donnel: Hey, now! No need to start bawlin'! I ain't mad! ...Least not anymore.
  • Nowi: *Sniff* ...Y-you're not?
  • Donnel: Naw. Ain't no harm done.
  • Nowi: H-here. You should take this pheasant. I'll even roast it for you! I'm not sure what temperature to put my breath at, but I figure about 10,000 degr—
  • Donnel: Gah, wait, wait! I'll just build a fire! This ain't the time nor the place to go turnin' into a dragon, Nowi.
  • Nowi: ...But I like turning into a dragon.
  • Donnel: Look, we got us plenty of dry wood. Just sit back, and I'll have us a fire goin' in two shakes of a pig's tail.
  • Nowi: Okay. Thanks, Donny!
  • Donnel: Gosh, but that was close...

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hey, Donny. You still have that stone from before?
  • Donnel: You mean my pa's stone? Course I do.
  • Nowi: Can I see it? I promise not to throw it! Pleeease? ...Oooh, it's so pretty. Is that why it's your most favorite treasure?
  • Donnel: Looks ain't got nothin' to do with it. The stone's part of a promise with my pa.
  • Nowi: A promise?
  • Donnel: He gave it to me back 'fore he died. He always loved rocks and stones and such, but this was his favorite. He said it had a kinda power in it, all hidden away. That it was greater than it looked. Reckon I don't quite understand all that, but it's what he believed. So I promised him that one day I'd figure it out and release that hidden power!
  • Nowi: Wow. I'm jealous.
  • Donnel: Of my stone? But you got one what turns ya into a dragon!
  • Nowi: No, of your promise with your father! I never knew my father. Never got to talk to him...
  • Donnel: I'm real sorry to hear that.
  • Nowi: Oh, but I do remember where I was born!
  • Donnel: Oh yeah? Where's that?
  • Nowi: I forget!
  • Donnel: Huh? But ya just said—
  • Nowi: No, I do remember, but just not right now. Next time I have it, I'll tell you!
  • Donnel: Er, I don't quite understand all that, but I guess I'll look forward to it.
  • Nowi: Hey, let's play! You're the most fun to play with around here!
  • Donnel: Aw, shucks, Nowi! I think yer a real hoot, too!

A SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hey, Donny! I remembered where I was born!
  • Donnel: Oh, yeah? Where at?
  • Nowi: It's all the way left from here!
  • Donnel: What, ya mean west?
  • Nowi: No, left! Across the ocean and way to the left!
  • Donnel: I ain't sure I follow. You don't know any landmarks or nothin'?
  • Nowi: No, not really. I was kidnapped right after I was born.
  • Donnel: Oh, gosh! That's terrible!
  • Nowi: It's my dream to go back to my homeland someday.
  • Donnel: Oh yeah?
  • Nowi: I mean, maybe I've got friends and family there, right?!
  • Donnel: Well, if I find it first, I reckon I'll be sure to come runnin' and tell ya!
  • Nowi: You promise? Yay! Oh, oh! And if I find it, I'll come tell you, too!
  • Donnel: Now that there's a square deal!
  • Nowi: Yeah! I'm really hungry!
  • Donnel: ...I sure have trouble keepin' up with ya sometimes, Nowi. But if yer tummy's a'rumblin', I set me a trap a couple days ago. Wanna go see if we caught anythin'? If we got a rabbit, I'll fix ya a Donny special!
  • Nowi: Yaaay! You're the bestest, Donny!

S SupportEdit

  • Donnel: Hey, Nowi! So, I was thinkin'... We both got things we're lookin' for, right?
  • Nowi: Right!
  • Donnel: Well, why don't we look for 'em together?
  • Nowi: Oh, that's a great idea! Here, let's promise! Pinky swear!
  • Donnel: Er, I was thinkin' of somethin' a mite different than a pinky swear...
  • Nowi: ...Thumb swear?
  • Donnel: I reckon this one's gonna need yer ring finger...
  • Nowi: Oh...I see! Donnel, are you saying what I think you're saying? Because—
  • Donnel: Sure am. It's a marriage promise.
  • Nowi: Hee hee, I knew it! People forget I've been around the block a few thousand times.
  • Donnel: Well, now it's finally time to take things to the next level. Let's have yer hand, then.
  • Nowi: Here...
  • Donnel: Yee-haw! It's a perfect fit!
  • Nowi: Yaaay! We did it!
  • Donnel: Now we're promised to each other.
  • Nowi: No take-backs!
  • Donnel: Don't ya go and worry 'bout that. I'm gonna live out my life at yer side.
  • Nowi: Thanks, Donny! You're the best!
  • Donnel: Aw, I'm so happy, I'm gonna dance a jig! yeeeeeeeee-haaaaaaw!

With Lon'quEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Lon'qu! Play with me!
  • Lon'qu: No.
  • Nowi: Oh, come on, please? It's boring playing by myself. Aren't you soooo boooored?
  • Lon'qu: I like being alone. Go ask someone else.
  • Nowi: I was going to, but they all look super busy.
  • Lon'qu: Are you saying I don't? Because I am busy. Very busy indeed.
  • Nowi: *Sniff* *sniffle*
  • Lon'qu: Your tears have no effect on me! Besides...everyone knows I have a crippling fear of women. ...And yet, why do I not feel that fear around her? I must learn why!
  • Nowi: *Sniffle* Wh-what did you say? I can't hear because I'm CRYING!
  • Lon'qu: Nothing of importance. However... I have decided that I will play with you—but only for a short time.
  • Nowi: Yippee! You're the best!
  • Lon'qu: Yes, yes. Stop hopping around. Now what game do you wish to play?
  • Nowi: Erm...er...thinking hard...er... Oh, I know! Let's play house!
  • Lon'qu: I do not know that game. But it does not sound like something I'd enjoy.
  • Nowi: It'll be fun! You get to play Dad!
  • Lon'qu: *Sigh* If you insist. But only for a short while!
  • Nowi: Great! And I'll be Mummy!
  • Lon'qu: Is that it for the rules, then? ...I was hoping dice were involved.

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Lon'qu, let's play!
  • Lon'qu: I've already played with you once. Surely it is someone else's turn.
  • Nowi: Yeah, but that game is still going! Plus no one can play Dad but you. And if you don't play with me, well, I guess I'll just have to—
  • Lon'qu: Put that dragonstone away, you little extortionist. You don't scare me. However, I will play one more time. ...But only because I happen to feel like it!
  • Nowi: Works for me!
  • Lon'qu: It is not entirely unpleasant, after all. With you I do not feel that icy grip of fear...
  • Nowi: Hee hee! Well, duh! Who'd ever be afraid of me when I'm not in dragon form?
  • Lon'qu: Enough talk! Begin the playing of house! But know that this is my last time.
  • Nowi: Sure, whatever.
  • Lon'qu: Now, where were we? I was just about to leave and go work in the fields...
  • Nowi: Here's your breakfast, dear! Eat it all! You need to keep your strength up!
  • Lon'qu: Munch, munch. Ah. That was delicious. Now, I am off to work. Fare thee well.
  • Nowi: See you tonight!
  • Lon'qu: Now I shall pretend to engage in agriculture. Chop, chop, shovel!
  • Nowi: ......
  • Lon'qu: Nowi? Why are you just standing there?
  • Nowi: Well, er, I'm at home, right? So when Dad goes off to work, what does Mummy do? *Sniff* Oh, how sad! I don't know! I don't know anything about families!
  • Lon'qu: ...... Nowi, come here.
  • Nowi: Why?
  • Lon'qu: You cannot simply stand there all day. Let's work the fields together.
  • Nowi: Oh, yay! I like working in the fields! Chop, chop, chop!

A SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Here you are, dear husband! I've made your supper.
  • Lon'qu: Munch, munch, munch. Chew. Swallow. Blech! This food is terrible!
  • Nowi: Eek! Dad's angry!
  • Lon'qu: Of course I am! How do you expect me to eat this pig swill?!
  • Nowi: It's all we can afford on your pathetic salary! Maybe you should pull your thumb out and start providing for this family! That's it! You're sleeping in the stables tonight!
  • Lon'qu: Very well. I shall attempt to earn more. ......
  • Nowi: ...... Lon'qu! You're doing it wrong! You're supposed to argue back!
  • Lon'qu: Are you sure this is the correct way to play house? It seems to me we should be doing things other than arguing all the time.
  • Nowi: Nope! This is totally the right way to play. Remember when I told you I didn't know what families actually do at home? Well, I went into town and spied on one of the families who live there.
  • Lon'qu: And this is how they acted?
  • Nowi: Yep! All the time! This game is totally based on reality!
  • Lon'qu: Do you think it's possible that the family you observed was not...typical?
  • Nowi: I dunno. Maybe. So what should a typical family do then?
  • Lon'qu: How should I know?
  • Nowi: Well if you don't know, then why can't we just play it my way? I'm going back to the game now. So, er, where was I? Oh, right... You're a lousy provider, husband! Oh, why didn't I marry the blacksmith?!
  • Lon'qu: *Sigh*
  • Nowi: Come on, put some effort into it! It's a boring argument if you just sit and sigh.
  • Lon'qu: I don't like this family you invented! Here, I have an idea. Why don't you go to town and spy on a few more families? Then we can compare them all and choose our favorite family to copy.
  • Nowi: I guess I could do that... But only if you come with me!
  • Lon'qu: If it stops you from berating me, I shall do as you ask.
  • Nowi: Yay! I bet no one's better at sneaking around people's houses than you!
  • Lon'qu: ...What is that supposed to mean?

S SupportEdit

  • Lon'qu: Good-bye, sweet wife. I'm off to work in the fields.
  • Nowi: Have a good day, dear husband! Now, what do I do first again? Cleaning, right? Then lunch, then chop firewood. Hee hee! I'm so busy!
  • Lon'qu: Don't forget to draw water from the well.
  • Nowi: Oh, right. Thanks for the reminder! I never realized just how many things a typical mother has to do in a day. It's hard to keep track of everything.
  • Lon'qu: Don't worry. The more we play, the better you'll get at it.
  • Nowi: You mean we're going to keep playing? So you finally admit you like playing house?
  • Lon'qu: I do. As a matter of fact... Here.
  • Nowi: Gosh, what a beautiful ring! But, wait—this is real! Isn't this terribly extravagant for a game?
  • Lon'qu: This is a game no longer, Nowi. I want us to be a real family. And so I must offer you a real ring.
  • Nowi: What kind of family? Like brother and sister or something?
  • Lon'qu: No, silly. I want to be your husband.
  • Nowi: Gosh! You mean we wouldn't have to pretend anymore? We could have our own real-life family? Oh, Lon'qu—tell me I'm not dreaming!
  • Lon'qu: Like you, I have been alone for a very long time. I find this new life agreeable, and I wouldn't want to share it with anyone but you.
  • Nowi: This is going to be MUCH more exciting than that stupid pretend game!

With RickenEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Chrom: Fortunately no one got hurt, but you MUST be more careful in the future.
  • Ricken: I'm so sorry! It won't happen again—I promise! I just didn't think the flames would spread so fast.
  • Chrom: Now is not the time to discuss it. Come by my tent first thing in the morning and you can explain yourself then.
  • Ricken: Y-yes, sir.
  • (Chrom leaves)
  • Ricken: *Sigh*
  • Nowi: I'm sorry, Ricken. I didn't mean to fall asleep, honest. But I couldn't keep my eyes open.
  • Ricken: Geez, Nowi! You have to promise to stop taking that dragonstone to bed! I don't want to wake up to the smell of burning tents again.
  • Nowi: B-but, I can't get to sleep if I'm not holding on to it...
  • Ricken: Look, what if I read you a book instead? Would that help you sleep?
  • Nowi: Oh, sure! That ought to work!
  • Ricken: Fine. ...Now lets keep this dragonstone accident our little secret, okay?
  • Nowi: Okay! Thanks, Ricken!

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Ricken, are you still angry?
  • Ricken: No. I guess not.
  • Nowi: Oh, that's good. Because I've never seen you so angry! ...It was kind of scary.
  • Ricken: Yeah. I'm sorry I shouted like that. I just sort of...snapped.
  • Nowi: What did those townspeople do to set you off like that?
  • Ricken: They were saying bad things about Chrom. It really made my blood boil! Don't they realize how much he's sacrificed and risked so they can live in peace?
  • Nowi: It's not very fair, is it?
  • Ricken: No. But I was wrong to be so angry. There are ungrateful fools everywhere. I can't afford to lose my temper whenever someone says something dumb.
  • Nowi: I don't blame you one bit! Especially when I think how much you admire Chrom. If someone said bad things about a person I liked, I'd probably just eat 'em.
  • Ricken: You think so?
  • Nowi: Definitely! You're the kind of person who wants to protect people. ...Just like me.
  • Ricken: I do my best!
  • Nowi: Well, anyway. It looks like we have another secret, don't we?
  • Ricken: Er, right. If you can avoid telling anyone about this, I'd be really grateful.
  • Nowi: Hee hee! No problem. After all, you're holding on to a secret for me, too!
  • Ricken: Geez! Let's hope we don't need to keep any more!

A SupportEdit

  • Ricken: That wedding was so fun! I'm glad we got to go.
  • Nowi: Yep. It seemed like the whole village was celebrating!
  • Ricken: Even though they didn't really know who we were, they gave us so much food. It was like a harvest festival.
  • Nowi: A harvest festival? I haven't been to one of those in ages! Oh, I love festivals! People are laughing, and dancing, and eating tasty food!
  • Ricken: You like it when you're surrounded by lots of people, don't you?
  • Nowi: When I was young, which is a REALLY long time ago, I had no one to talk to. Sometimes, it got so lonely I thought I was the only person in the world. That's why whenever I see a party going on, I just HAVE to join in.
  • Ricken: You don't get lonely now, though, do you?
  • Nowi: Oh, no! Now I have lots of friends, and there's always someone to talk to! Like you! And Avatar! And all the other nice people in the army! But...
  • Ricken: But what?
  • Nowi: But someday, everyone is going to leave and go their separate ways, aren't they? And when that happens, I'll be alone again, just like before.
  • Ricken: No way! I'm not going to let that happen! In fact, when the war finishes, why don't we go on a tour of all the festivals we can find?
  • Nowi: Like, all around the whole world?
  • Ricken: Yeah! We'll invite the others and travel to every last corner of the map! Every single day would be a new festival with music and candied apples for all!
  • Nowi: Oh my gosh! We could try to see every festival in the world! Promise me, Ricken! Promise you'll take me on this tour!
  • Ricken: It's a promise!

S SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hey, Ricken. Let's play a game!
  • Ricken: Sure! How about a guessing game? For example, see if you can tell what I have for you in this bag.
  • Nowi: I love guessing games!
  • Ricken: Here, then. You can put your hand inside, but your not allowed to peek!
  • Nowi: Hmm... It's hard...and round...and small... Is it a dragonstone?
  • Ricken: Nope. Besides, you have one of those. Can you tell anything else about it?
  • Nowi: Wait, yes! It's got a hole in the middle... Oh! It's a donut! I love donuts! No, wait. It's not a donut. It's metal... Um, is it a ring?
  • Ricken: That's right! Here, you can look now.
  • Nowi: Hey, I know what this is! It's just like the one the lady was wearing at the wedding!
  • Ricken: This is my most treasured heirloom. See this here? It's my family crest. And the reason I brought it today is because I wanted to...give it to you.
  • Nowi: A-are you asking me to marry you?
  • Ricken: Yes! I really like you, Nowi, and I want you to be my wife.
  • Nowi: B-but, you're going to get older and I'll hardly change! And then—
  • Ricken: It doesn't matter how we look! It's what's in our hearts that counts. Do you think you could still love me when I'm a wizened old man?
  • Nowi: Of course I could! I promise I will! I'll never stop loving you, ever!
  • Ricken: Good! Because I certainly won't stop loving you!
  • Nowi: Yaaaay! I'm never going to be lonely again!

With GaiusEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hey, Gaius! Who did you vote for?
  • Gaius: Huh? Vote? I don't know what—
  • Nowi: Don't play dumb with me! I saw all you men standing around earlier! You were voting on who's the best-looking girl in the Shepherds, Right?
  • Gaius: Oh, that. Yes, there may have been a bit of ranking going on. I'm not interested in that nonsense.
  • Nowi: Yeah, but you still haven't told me who you voted for!
  • Gaius: Yes, I did. I told you that I left. I didn't vote for anyone. While those fools were haggling, I went to the mess hall and stole their desserts. THAT'S what I call interesting.
  • Nowi: Okay, okay. I get it. You're not into that sort of thing. Good for you. But still, you must have a favorite type, right? I mean, every guy does! So, like, do you prefer older women? Blondes? Tall? Short? Chubby?
  • Gaius: Egads, but you're a persistent little creature. All right. I prefer older women. Satisfied? Now will you please stop talking so I can eat Chrom's dessert?
  • Nowi: Oh, what a coincidence! I'm older, so I must be your type!
  • Gaius: Huh? But... Oh, yeah. You're older than me. I always forget that. But most older women have a certain gravitas that you...lack.
  • Nowi: Hey, I'm over 1,000 years old! We don't come much older than that, you know.
  • Gaius: I'm not debating your actual age, kid. I'm just saying that... Well, the appeal of a mature woman is in her confidence and poise.
  • Nowi: Poise?
  • Gaius: You know, how you carry yourself. A poised woman has class and bearing, but still knows exactly what she wants.
  • Nowi: That? Oh, I've got poise, mister! Thousands of years' worth of it! I can't BELIEVE you don't think I have poise! I am SO mad at you right now! Ugh! The nerve, I swear...
  • Gaius: Right. Let me explain this again...

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Oh, Gaius! Yoo-hoo!
  • Gaius: Hey there, kid. How's the dragon business treating— *sniff* *sniiiff* Oh, sweet flaming onions... What's that horrific stink?
  • Nowi: I put some perfume on! I think it gives me more poise.
  • Gaius: How much did you use? My eyes are burning up...
  • Nowi: Well, the whole bottle, of course. What did you expect?
  • Gaius: Er... If I say you have lots and lots of poise now, will you go wash that off? *cough*
  • Nowi: Really?! So I'm your type now? Being older and poised and everything?
  • Gaius: Um...sure. Absolutely and without hesitation. *hack, hack* *cough*
  • Nowi: Hee hee. Sounds like someone is in loooooove with me.
  • Gaius: Not likely.
  • Nowi: Rude! ...Also, why not?
  • Gaius: Look, I don't actually care about older women, all right? I just made that up on the spot so you'd leave me alone.
  • Nowi: ...Oh. Fine then. No, that's fine. Let's start over then. And this time, give me a serious answer. If I match the answer, it means you're totally in love with me and I win!
  • Gaius: Oh, for the love of... Fine. I like women who are broad minded and tolerant of others. Which you aren't. So you lose.
  • Nowi: ...Broad-minded and taller than others? What's height got to do with it?
  • Gaius: No, that's not what... Gods, this is like discussing literature with a horse. Tolerant, Nowi. Tolerant. T-O-L-E-R-A-N-T. Someone who's kind, warm, and willing to embrace different cultures and ideas.
  • Nowi: Oh, I get it. Hey, if I turn into a dragon, I can embrace you AND keep you warm!
  • Gaius: Um...please don't? I like my bones to be solid and nonliquefied.
  • Nowi: Gods, you are SUCH a hard man to please... Just tell me what I can do, okay? And use normal-person words!
  • Gaius: Ugh, I'm no good with kids. Even kids that are a thousand years old...
  • Nowi: Come on, Gaius! I'm waaaitiiiiiing...

A SupportEdit

  • Nowi: So, Gaius. Besides being seven feet tall, what else do you look for in a woman? Come on, don't be shy. You can tell me! We're besties now, right?
  • Gaius: Listen, kid, how much longer are you going to follow me around? Wait a second. I have an idea... Heh heh heh... Hey, Nowi. What would you say to a deliciously sweet candied fig?
  • Nowi: Oooh, I LOVE sweets! Gimme!
  • Gaius: All right. I'll give you this one if you go stand waaaaaay over there.
  • Nowi: Okay!
  • Gaius: Great. So here's the fig... Now you go do what you promised. Go on, off with you.
  • Nowi: Bye!
  • (Nowi leaves)
  • Gaius: Finally... Peace and quiet at last. I'll just settle down here and—
  • (Nowi returns)
  • Nowi: Hey, Gaius?
  • Gaius: Gya! What are you doing here kid? You promised to stay away! ...Um, what's this for?
  • Nowi: It's a flower! I picked it for you. You know? To say thanks! Hope you like it, Gaius! See you around!
  • (Nowi leaves)
  • Gaius: Huh. Here I was about to chase her away with the flat of my sword... And all she wanted to do was thank me and then run off again. ...... I'm going to need more figs.

S SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Thanks for the candied fig, Gaius. It was deeeeee-lish!
  • Gaius: I'm glad you liked it.
  • Nowi: Me too!
  • Gaius: Hey, did you ever find out who was voted most beautiful woman?
  • Nowi: Oh, that? Meh, I don't care.
  • Gaius: Huh? B-but you were following me around for weeks trying to find out! What about all those absurd questions you peppered me with?
  • Nowi: Well, that's because I wanted to know what YOU liked in a woman.
  • Gaius: Why do you care so much, anyway?
  • Nowi: Well...you know. Because...I like you. And I want you to like me, too!
  • Gaius: You...like me?
  • Nowi: Yeah! I mean, you pretend to be all grumpy all the time, but you're actually very nice. I mean, look at all the candied figs you made for me! You're always doing stuff like that. Slaving away on behalf of others.
  • Gaius: Er...
  • Nowi: I know I don't have a lot of poise, and I'm actually kinda short... But I know if I try really hard, I'll eventually become the kind of woman you like. So that's what I'm gonna do. Even if it takes a hundred years!
  • Gaius: Cripes. I'll be pushing up daisies by that point!
  • Nowi: Oh, no—you're right. I hadn't thought about that... *Sniff* Then...I guess...I'll never be good enough...for you... I'll b-be alone and...and... *sniff* Waaaaaaaaah!
  • Gaius: Hey, come on, stop the blubbering. Oh, gods, please stop... Listen, Nowi. I know how you feel. And the thing is...I think I like you, too. I can't believe it, but it's true.
  • Nowi: B-b-but...what about the poise stuff? And being tolerant? And mature?
  • Gaius: Sometimes things that seem important actually aren't. You know?
  • Nowi: Really? So does that mean...um... You want to get married?
  • Gaius: You know what? Sure. Why not? Let's get hitched and see what happens.
  • Nowi: Yay! Till death do us, part! ...Well, until you die, anyway.

With GregorEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Heya, gramps!
  • Gregor: "Gramps"? What is this "gramps"? If Gregor is "gramps," then little girl is great-great-great-great-granny.
  • Nowi: So you know how old I am, huh? Weird. Most people can't stop talking about how young I look.
  • Gregor: Is just, how you say, flatulence? No, wait. ...Flippery? ...Flatness? ...Gregor does not remember. Is that word when people say lies to make other person feel better.
  • Nowi: No idea what you're talking about. Anyway, I have something to ask you.
  • Gregor: If you want borrow money, answer is no. Gregor is poor like beggar.
  • Nowi: Yes, I know that. That's why I want to give you something.
  • Gregor: You give Gregor shiny gold coin?
  • Nowi: No, Chrom doesn't let me have money. I always end up losing it.
  • Gregor: Agreed. Gregor too is sooner trusting senile squirrel with life savings!
  • Nowi: Hey, for your information, I happen to be quite smart! I just don't care about money, is all. Us manaketes don't use it much.
  • Gregor: Ah, is very good! Money is root of evil. So then, what you give Gregor?
  • Nowi: I knitted you a big, wooly sweater! See? It's got shoulder pads built in!
  • Gregor: ...Now this looks like "gramps" clothing. Also, Gregor is no good in sweater. Is too hot, yes?
  • Nowi: Yeah, but this one is really light. It really breathes! I lined it with manakete scales.
  • Gregor: Scales of manakete? Gregor is stunned. How are you finding such priceless artifacts?
  • Nowi: See? I thought you'd be impressed. I just had some lying around, so don't worry about it.
  • Gregor: Then Gregor accepts wonderful gift with much gratitude!
  • Nowi: Hee hee! Glad you like it.

B SupportEdit

  • Gregor: Nowi, you have time, yes? We can speak?
  • Nowi: What's up, Gregs?
  • Gregor: Gregor's name is Gregor! ...But at least you are not calling him gramps.
  • Nowi: All right, so? What is it?
  • Gregor: You remember sweater you give to Gregor? Is very fine sweater. Best ever! Is helping to deflect dangerous blows in last battle. Gives Gregor peace of mind.
  • Nowi: Oh, goody! I'm glad you like it.
  • Gregor: Gregor is...not exactly say he is liking it.
  • Nowi: No? I kind of think you were.
  • Gregor: When Nowi makes sweater, how many scales is she using?
  • Nowi: Oh, I don't know. A few?
  • Gregor: Gregor not knowing this "few." Meaning is more than two, yes?
  • Nowi: Um, yeah. Definitely more than two.
  • Gregor: Now Gregor knows where you get scales. They come from Nowi's own body. But this must be hurting terribly, yes? And missing scales means no armor for you. Gregor grateful you make sacrifice for him, but is very foolhardy!
  • Nowi: But I just wanted to—
  • Gregor: Since you lose armor, we make new rule: you stay close to Gregor in battles.
  • Nowi: I think I can handle that!

A SupportEdit

  • Gregor: Nowi, in past days, you and Gregor are fighting many times side by side.
  • Nowi: I know, it's so fun! I'm doing my very best to protect you.
  • Gregor: No, is backward! Gregor protecting you! ...Ah, but never minding now. When allies fight together, bonds grow strong and become more powerful, yes? So Gregor thinks we should train together, becoming unbeatable force!
  • Nowi: What? Now? 'Cause see, I kinda promised to eat with Chrom and some friends. And I thought maybe you might want to come along? Pleeease?
  • Gregor: First we do training, then maybe we can do the visiting friends. You know saying? "Youth must work like dog to make future better!"
  • Nowi: ...Actually, I've never heard that one. Besides, I'm hardly a youth. You know that.
  • Gregor: Ah, yes. Gregor is sometimes forgetting you are old crone. Okay then, meddling Gregor will leave Nowi alone to her fun...
  • Nowi: Gregor, wait! Don't be upset.
  • Gregor: No! Gregor is old fool who is only thinking about self. Gregor tries to help you be stronger, but already you are smarter than Gregor.
  • Nowi: Oh, Gregor... You know, now that I think about it, I do want that special training!
  • Gregor: Oy, this is worse! You agree just to make old man not be feeling like sad sack!
  • Nowi: No! Look, you spend all this time worrying about me, so I should listen to your advice. I'm really grateful for the offer, okay? Honest! So let's train together.
  • Gregor: ...Nowi not pitying Gregor, yes? You swear on mother's grave?
  • Nowi: Really, I can't wait to train! It's such a great idea!
  • Gregor: Well, if you are insisting!

S SupportEdit

  • Gregor: Bond-building training is complete! Now we are like unbeatable team!
  • Nowi: So now we can relax and have some fun, right?
  • Gregor: Ah. You are remembering that?
  • Nowi: Don't tell me you're going to back out! You promised!
  • Gregor: Gregor remembers. Is man of his word, yes?
  • Nowi: Good! Then let's go play!
  • Gregor: Before the romping and the frolicking, Gregor has gift to bestow...
  • Nowi: Oh, what a beautiful ring!
  • Gregor: Ring is symbol of solemn vow. Gregor is wishing to spend life with Nowi. Er, will you...accept?
  • Nowi: You mean we can play and hang out every day from now on? Gimme!
  • Gregor: No, no. Not play. Gregor is mangling language once more. Ring is sacred vow, yes? Is meaning that we—
  • Nowi: Oh, silly Gregor. Of course I know what it means. I'm 1,000 years old, remember? You love me and want to get married, right? So just come out and say it.
  • Gregor: But...is difficult. Gregor is...very shy man.
  • Nowi: So are you sure you love me? Because, if you don't—
  • Gregor: No, no! Gregor's heart is true! He seeks solemn bond as man and wife! Okay, then! Gregor proves this to you! *cough* *ahem* ...Gregor love you, Nowi.
  • Nowi: That wasn't so hard, now was it? And I accept! But you have to promise to live as long as you can, okay?
  • Gregor: Ho ho! Gregor will be doing his best!

With LibraEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Libra, give me a piggyback ride!
  • Libra: Ah! Careful there, Nowi! I didn't see you coming.
  • Nowi: Hey, what's this scar, Libra? Here on the back of your neck?
  • Libra: Don't touch it!
  • Nowi: Eep! S-sorry! Does it hurt?
  • Libra: N-no, it doesn't hurt. Not there, anyway. The wound has long since healed.
  • Nowi: So why aren't I allowed to touch it?
  • Libra: Because it might reopen a deeper wound that yet causes me pain.
  • Nowi: Like...inside your neck?
  • Libra: I'm speaking of a wound of the heart.
  • Nowi: Ooooooooh! I get it! ...Wait, so your heart hurts? Why?
  • Libra: When I was a child, I was raised far from the home of my parents. ...In truth, I was abandoned by them.
  • Nowi: Oh no, that's terrible! Why would your mother and father do that?
  • Libra: Perhaps they hated me. Perhaps they had a better reason. I do not know. When they left me at that place, I began to howl most piteously. I clung to my mother so desperately I had to be forced off... Which is when I sustained the scar you see now.
  • Nowi: *Sniff* That is so sad!
  • Libra: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to upset you. And it's long in the past now.
  • Nowi: Well, I don't care! I'm going to make you feel better!
  • Libra: How will you do that?
  • Nowi: Just like a cramp—I'm going to rub your heart until the pain goes away! So, er... Where do you humans keep your hearts, anyway?
  • Libra: I've spent years avoiding what lies within mine... I'm not entirely sure if I could find it again if I tried.
  • Nowi: Okay, fine. Then I'll help. We'll find out where your heart is hiding and get rid of the pain together!

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: How about here?
  • Libra: Hee hee! S-stop it! My backbone is very...t-t-ticklish!
  • Nowi: Dang! This is harder than I thought... How about here? Is this your heart?
  • Libra: Ah ha ha! Now you're...tickling my ear!
  • Nowi: How about here?
  • Libra: Ah ha ha ha ha ha ha! N-not my s-sides! P-please!
  • Nowi: Libra, we won't get anywhere if you don't start taking this seriously!
  • Libra: Hooo... I-I'm trying, Nowi. I just had no idea that I was so ticklish.
  • Nowi: I'm just touching you! I'm hardly even moving my fingers!
  • Libra: I suppose it's because I'm not used to it. I've spent so much of my life trying to avoid simple human contact. Now the slightest touch makes my nervous system go into convulsions.
  • Nowi: But why do you avoid touching people? Don't you like hugs even?
  • Libra: I suppose it's because I lost the ability to trust people and so...feared them instead.
  • Nowi: Hmm, I can understand that. I mean, I was afraid of humans, too.
  • Libra: But you aren't anymore?
  • Nowi: Nope! Well, maybe a little bit. But not as much as before. I mean, I know there's lots of scary humans around, but there're lots of nice ones, too.
  • Libra: I envy you. Fear still holds me in its grip, no matter how I try to overcome it.
  • Nowi: Why don't I help you? For a start, I could introduce you to the nice people in camp.
  • Libra: Well, I suppose I'm willing to try if you are...

A SupportEdit

  • Libra: Er, Nowi? How much longer are we going to traipse through the camp?
  • Nowi: There are still loads and loads of nice people you haven't met yet!
  • Libra: Yes, but I'm worried we might be making a nuisance of ourselves.
  • Nowi: Don't be silly! People love it when you visit their tents unannounced!
  • Libra: I wonder.
  • Nowi: Trust me! Plus, the faster we find that heart of yours, the faster you'll make friends!
  • Libra: Yes, that would be wonderful. If it were to truly happen...
  • Nowi: Okay, where next? ...Oh, right! We haven't visited the storehouse yet.
  • Libra: The storehouse?
  • Nowi: Yeah, it's almost supper time. People'll be running in and out fetching ingredients.
  • Libra: You are much more familiar with the goings-on of the camp than I imagined.
  • Nowi: You didn't know stuff like that?
  • Libra: I'm afraid I've never paid much mind to how are meals are made.
  • Nowi: So you just slurp up your rations without a single thought for the folks in the kitchens?
  • Libra: To my shame, yes. I'm very selfish, aren't I? *Sigh* It appears I have a great deal more to learn from you than I realized!
  • Nowi: From me, of all people? Gosh.
  • Libra: Yes, you are really quite remarkable. I'm lucky to have you as my teacher!
  • Nowi: Hee hee! I like being remarkable!

S SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Phew! I'm exhausted, Libra.
  • Libra: Me, too. I had no idea it would take so long to meet everyone in camp.
  • Nowi: I told you there were a lot of nice people!
  • Libra: I'm ashamed I never realized it before. Thank you, Nowi.
  • Nowi: Hee hee! I'm just glad you met everyone and liked them all! So, how about it? Have you found your heart yet?
  • Libra: I'm not sure...
  • Nowi: Will it hurt if I touch your scar?
  • Libra: ...I honestly don't know. Would you...care to try?
  • Nowi: Sure. Here goes...
  • Libra: ......
  • Nowi: Well?
  • Libra: It's...slightly ticklish.
  • Nowi: But it doesn't hurt anywhere?
  • Libra: ...No. In fact, quite the opposite. It's like a...warm and tender feeling.
  • Nowi: Where are you feeling it?
  • Libra: Right here...in my chest.
  • Nowi: The same place it used to hurt?
  • Libra: Yes... Yes, exactly!
  • Nowi: Well, then, I think we've found your heart!
  • Libra: How remarkable.
  • Nowi: Are you glad?
  • Libra: Of course. I'm...overjoyed.
  • Nowi: Hehe. That's good! 'Cause when you're happy, I'm happy, too.
  • Libra: Nowi, what would you say to us spending even more time together?
  • Nowi: I'd say that would be amazingly awesome, that's what! I was going to ask you the same thing since the last few weeks have been such fun.
  • Libra: In that case, perhaps you would do me an even greater honor? I'd like to give you this ring as proof of my love for you.
  • Nowi: Oh Libra... You mean, like...as your wife?
  • Libra: Yes, I do believe that's exactly what I mean.
  • Nowi: Of course I will! This is the happiest day of my life!
  • Libra: If this fluttering in my chest is any indication, then it's mine, too, Nowi.

With TharjaEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Huh? Is that you, Tharja? What are you doing?
  • Tharja: ...Strange. I cannot read through the shell that cloaks your mind.
  • Nowi: Dragons don't have shells, silly! They have scales and talons and stuff.
  • Tharja: Speaking of talons, I need some of your nail clippings. Just a sliver or two from the ends will suffice.
  • Nowi: Um...what for?
  • Tharja: Manakete talons are used in dark-mage divinations. I want to see what the future holds for me and Avatar.
  • Nowi: Oh my gosh, you can tell fortunes? That's amazing! Okay, wait. ...Oof! Here's a bag of all my toenail clippings! ...Yes, I saved them. Don't ask why. Long story. Slightly gross. But! If you take these, I get to ask the first fortune. Deal?
  • Tharja: *Yawn* I suppose you want me to find you your true love, yes?
  • Nowi: What? No! Don't you dare poke around in my love life! No, I want you to find out about my mom and dad. Like, where they are, and if they're safe, and all that. Can you do it?
  • Tharja: ...Yes. Give me your clippings, and I shall begin the preparations.

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hey, Tharja!
  • Tharja: ...Oh. You.
  • Nowi: So did you do it? Did you find out about my mom and dad?
  • Tharja: ...Yes.
  • Nowi: So what's the story? Don't hold out on me. Spill those beans!
  • Tharja: Your mother and father are both...doing well. They worry about you all the time and can't wait to see you again.
  • Nowi: Oh, that's great! So where are they? I have to go see them.
  • Tharja: They are far, far away, Nowi. Too far for you to ever reach them.
  • Nowi: Pfft! Yeah, right. If they're beyond the oceans, I can fly to them. If they're in the deepest forest, I can walk to them. I'm kind of immortal, you know? I've got plenty of time.
  • Tharja: Ten thousand years would not be enough. Just be content knowing they're well.
  • Nowi: ...What aren't you telling me?
  • Tharja: ......
  • Nowi: Tharja, just tell me the truth. I'm a grown woman. I can take it.
  • Tharja: I could not locate your parents. And this means...
  • Nowi: That they've gone to a land so far away neither of us have ever heard of it?!
  • Tharja: Um... Well, yes. I suppose it COULD mean that...
  • Nowi: Aw, what a shame. I suppose I won't be seeing them anytime soon, huh? Well, thanks anyway.
  • Tharja: You're, uh, welcome...

A SupportEdit

  • Nowi: *Sniff* Mom... Dad... *sob*
  • Tharja: Nowi?
  • Nowi: H-huh? Oh... Tharja.
  • Tharja: You've figured it out, haven't you? About your parents?
  • Nowi: What do you mean? Do you have more news?
  • Tharja: Stop it, Nowi. You don't have to pretend. I can tell you've been crying. And I know why.
  • Nowi: I don't cry! I'm really strong! *sniff* Besides, nothing bad has happened. Mom and Dad are just...far away. So I don't have any reason to cry. ...Look, I'm fine, all right?
  • Tharja: All right. You weren't crying. I was clearly mistaken. ...Oh, I almost forgot. I decided to look into your future the other day.
  • Nowi: You did?
  • Tharja: You survive the war, and you end up living a very happy life. Every day is full of laughter, and you're never lonely again.
  • Nowi: Well, that sounds just like now! I have you, and all the Shepherds, and every day is super fun!
  • Tharja: And it's only going to get better. ...So dry those tears.
  • Nowi: Hmph. What tears? I'm strong, remember?
  • Tharja: So you are, Nowi... So you are.

With ChercheEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hee hee! Yaaaaaay! Minerva! One more time! One more time!
  • Cherche: I'm glad you and Minerva are having so much fun together, Nowi. But maybe it's time to stop wrestling and give Minerva a break. Minerva is powerful, yes, but you're a formidable foe yourself in dragon form.
  • Nowi: Oh, right. Sorry, Minerva! Did I tire you out?
  • Cherche: Poor Nowi. You still want to play, don't you?
  • Nowi: It's okay. I don't mind. Well, maybe I mind a little, but if Minerva is pooped, I'll just have to be patient.
  • Cherche: Perhaps I could take the place of Minerva?
  • Nowi: Are you crazy? I'm a dragon! I'll smoosh you into a paste!
  • Cherche: Oh, I don't know about that. I once bested Minerva, after all.
  • Nowi: What, really?
  • Cherche: Really. So you don't have to worry about scratching me with those claws, young lady.
  • Nowi: Hee hee! All right, then! Here I come!

B SupportEdit

  • Nowi: How's this? I'm not doing it too hard, am I?
  • Cherche: No, that's just perfect. Mmm, I had no idea you were so good at back massages.
  • Nowi: When you're as old as I am, you pick up lots of stuff. Anyway, I'm still really sorry I hit you so hard with my tail. I didn't think you'd go flying like that!
  • Cherche: A little to the left, please... Ahhhh, that's it. And don't worry. This isn't the first time a dragon smacked me.
  • Nowi: You know what I think? I think you made up that story about fighting Minerva. You just said that so I wouldn't feel bad about playing with you.
  • Cherche: Are you accusing me of spreading falsehoods, Nowi?
  • Nowi: What? No! ...Well, maybe a little bit. ...Okay, lift your head and turn.
  • Cherche: Oooooh, that feels good... Oh, and see the burn scar on my shoulder? Minerva did that when I captured her.
  • Nowi: Wow! You got hit by dragon fire and survived?!
  • Cherche: The thing is, when I first met Minerva, she was very weak. After that first puff, her fire was barely enough to singe my hair. If she'd been fully healthy, our fight would've turned out very differently.
  • Nowi: Hee hee. And after that first time, you grew to trust each other? Gosh, you're so lucky to have a friend like Minerva. I'm super jealous!
  • Cherche: She's a good girl to have around, that's for sure.

A SupportEdit

  • Cherche: Nowi? Nowi, are you all right?!
  • Nowi: Unnngh, no. But it's okay. ...D-did I lose?
  • Cherche: I'm so sorry! I thought you'd turn into a dragon before I could land my blow.
  • Nowi: Last time I was a dragon, I hit you so hard you flew into a tree. I didn't want that to happen again.
  • Cherche: That's very kind of you, Nowi. But I don't want to hurt you, either. So next time, you make sure you enter dragon form. Do you hear me?
  • Nowi: Aw, it's fine. It hardly hurt at all! Plus sometimes I... I dunno. I kind of like NOT being a dragon.
  • Cherche: Well then, maybe we could play a different game.
  • Nowi: Oh, sure! Like what?
  • Cherche: How about drawing pictures? That should be safe enough.
  • Nowi: Naw, that sounds boring. How about hide-and-seek?
  • Cherche: You don't like drawing pictures?
  • Nowi: I guess so, but then Minerva wouldn't be able to join in. Hide-and-seek is much better—all three of us can play that!
  • Cherche: Then hide-and-seek it shall be.
  • Nowi: Great! I am SO going to win!

With HenryEdit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Whew! I've been playing all day, and I'm pooped! What cute little kids!
  • Henry: I've seen them around. They're from one of the villages near the camp. But what do you mean, "cute little kids? Aren't you a kid, too?
  • Nowi: No! I'm an adult woman who's more than a thousand years older than you!
  • Henry: Oh, right! Nya ha ha! Sorry, short stuff!
  • Nowi: H-hey! Do you always speak to your elders like that?
  • Henry: Nope! Just you. After all, how many "elders" do you know who play hide-and-seek as much as you?
  • Nowi: What's wrong with hide-and-seek? It's fun! ...In fact, you should join us next time.
  • Henry: Okay!
  • Nowi: Wait, really? Oh, that's so exciting! I've asked just about everyone in camp, but they always turn me down.
  • Henry: It's 'cause you're always so full of energy. "One more time, one more time, pleeease!" Most people just can't keep up with that kind of raw enthusiasm!
  • Nowi: I know, right? It's so annoying how quickly some people tire out. I mean, ten hours? Come on! That's like a warm-up! Do you know I haven't found a single playmate since I joined this dumb army? ...Until now, that is! Hee hee! We're going to play games from dawn to dusk!
  • Henry: I know how you feel! Ya know, I don't tell many people this, but I was kind of abandoned when I was young. My family ignored me completely, and I didn't have any playmates. But it was fine, because I learned to amuse myself! Oh, and make friends with animals.
  • Nowi: Then we're exactly the same! But now we have each other, right?
  • Henry: Nya ha ha! You know it!

B SupportEdit

  • Henry: Jeepers! I don't think I've ever seen a gaggle of children run away so fast!
  • Nowi: ...I think I goofed up.
  • Henry: Well, yeah! How did you think they'd react to a dragon appearing in their midst?
  • Nowi: I just wanted to give them a ride on my back! I mean, everyone likes flying, right? *Sigh* They were absolutely terrified, huh? I suppose they won't play with us again.
  • Henry: Yep! They're probably quivering in fear under their beds and crying like babies. But no worries! There'll be more victim—er, that is, village kids—at our next camp.
  • Nowi: Kids are stupid! Why didn't they see it was just me in dragon form? And doesn't everyone want to play with a dragon? I mean, come on... Flying in the sky... Exchanging fire breath... Listening to my bloodcurdling roars...
  • Henry: If they exchanged fire breath with you, they'd end up as little clumps of charcoal.
  • Nowi: *Sigh* I wish I had some manakete friends. That would be more fun.
  • Henry: Well, I can't promise anything, but I might be able to conjure one up for you.
  • Nowi: You could?
  • Henry: Sure! I'll need to make some preparations first, though. Might take some time.
  • Nowi: Oh, that's fine! Everyone knows I'm the best at being patient!

A SupportEdit

  • Henry: Ta-daaah! What do you think?
  • Nowi: Wow! It's a dragon!
  • Henry: Pretty little thing, isn't she? Now you'll have someone to breathe fire with!
  • Nowi: I-is she a manakete like me? Where in the world did you find her?! Hello, dragon. My name is Nowi! It's super nice to meet— Huh? My hand just...went right through her like she wasn't there...
  • Henry: Right. You can't actually touch her. My magic is good, but not THAT good!
  • Nowi: You mean...she's an illusion?
  • Henry: Yep! So, what do you think? Do you like her?
  • Nowi: No! She's stupid!
  • Henry: Hey! I spent a lot of time and effort on this, you know!
  • Nowi: I want a real friend! Someone I can laugh with and talk with and cry with! I'm going to look super dumb exchanging jokes with a mute astral projection!
  • Henry: Aw, nuts. I thought you'd really love her.
  • Nowi: I know you're just trying to help, Henry, but this isn't going to work.
  • Henry: No problem! I'll come up with a better idea, that's all. Easy-peasy. And as soon as I do, you'll be the first to know!
  • Nowi: Aw, you're such a good friend, Henry. Thank you!
  • Henry: Nya ha ha! No sweat!

S SupportEdit

  • Henry: Hey, Nowi. I've finally conjured up a plan that'll solve your problem.
  • Nowi: You mean about finding me a manakete friend?
  • Henry: Yep. And unlike the hologram, this will be a real live, talking, laughing dragon. The only catch is it's going to take time. ...Lots and lots of time.
  • Nowi: Aw, I don't care. Didn't I tell you I'm really good at being patient?
  • Henry: Okay. So first of all, you have to accept this.
  • Nowi: It's a ring...? What's this for?
  • Henry: Because you and I are going to get married! Chrom did that and he ended up with that cute little daughter. So my plan is, we'll get married and have a bunch of children. They're going to be part manakete, what with you being the mum and all. And then once they grow up, BAM! Manakete playmates for life!
  • Nowi: Gosh, Henry! That's ingenious! Why didn't I think of that? Hee hee! So I suppose this means we're going to be husband and wife?
  • Henry: Sure does! A lifetime of fun and games, coming right up!

With Morgan (Female) (Daughter)Edit

C SupportEdit

  • Morgan: Hmm... I wonder why I have no memory of my mother... All my memories of Father are so crisp and clear... I remember what an amazing tactician he was, all the time we studied together... But nothing at all about my mother. It's all just one big blank.
  • Nowi: Whatcha up to, Morgan?
  • Morgan: Mother! That's amazing! I was just thinking about you! Is this fate?! This is totally fate! Family-style fate! ...Wait, no. How did Father put it? "We're not pawns of some scripted fate. It's the invisible ties that we forge that bind us." So yeah, it's not fate, it's the whole invisible bond-link...thing!
  • Nowi: Oh yeah? That's an interesting take!
  • Morgan: Yup! Even without my memories, there's an invisible thread that links us. Er, but that reminds me... I was just wondering how I could have possibly forgotten you, Mother. Do you think maybe you could help me get those memories back?
  • Nowi: Hey, sure! I'd be happy to try! After all—
  • Morgan: Yay! Thanks so much! Oh, I can't wait to get started!
  • (Morgan leaves)
  • Nowi: Well, she's certainly got energy to spare...

B SupportEdit

  • Morgan: Mother? Do you have a moment?
  • Nowi: For you, dear? Of course!
  • Morgan: Perfect! Then let's get started on Project Get Memories of Mom Back! Step one—figure out how we're going to trigger some flashbacks. I've already tried banging my head against a post, but nothing. I mean, it made me dizzy and nauseated, but it didn't unearth any hidden memories. What do you think, Mother? Perhaps a stone wall would work better?
  • Nowi: Umm, I'm not so sure that head-smashing thing is the greatest idea... Why don't you try just staring at me? Maybe it'll help trigger something!
  • Morgan: Argh, that's perfect! You're a genius! I must have seen your face a million times in the future. It's bound to bring SOMETHING back if I stare at it long enough. Okay, sorry to invade your personal space here, but... Here goes... ...... ......... ............ ............... Drats! It's not working. I don't remember a thing. It's like... Have you ever stared at a word so long it kind of fell apart? And you think, "Is that how that's spelled? Wait, is that even a real WORD?!" Except here it's "Is that what Mother looked like?"
  • Nowi: Er, riiight. Listen, maybe we should put this memory project to bed for today?
  • Morgan: Sure... I'm still a little dizzy from banging the post earlier, to be honest... But this doesn't end here! I'm not giving up until I remember you, Mother!

A SupportEdit

  • Morgan: *Sigh* No luck today, either... I'm going crazy trying to remember you. I feel so useless! I'm just so... *sniff* Why can't I... *sob*
  • Nowi: Aw, come on, Morgan. Don't cry.
  • Morgan: B-but I know I must have loved you just as much as I loved Father. I bet we had a million memories together, and the thought of having lost them... I feel like I failed you. Like I... Like I... *sob*
  • Nowi: Morgan...
  • Morgan: *Sniff* S-sorry. I guess I got a little carried away there... Ngh! M-my head! ...Wha—?!
  • Nowi: What's wrong?!
  • Morgan: I...I remember something! Just one tiny little memory, but...I remember! You were smiling at me...and you called my name... Oh thank you, Mother. I never would have remembered without your help. And hey, this is great! If I can get one memory back, maybe I can get the rest! It may take time, but I won't stop trying until I remember everything about you.
  • Nowi: Sounds great! Take all the time you need—I'll be around for sure!
  • Morgan: Aw, thanks Mom.

With Nah (Daughter)Edit

C SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Nah, look, look! See all the pretty flowers?! Let's go pick some and make flower necklaces! It'll be fun! SO much fun!
  • Nah: You go. As you can see, I'm busy right now.
  • Nowi: What is that, some kind of picture book? Let me see... Oh, boo! It's full of writing!
  • Nah: It's a book on the use of dragonstones in battle. I found it in the baggage train.
  • Nowi: Is it fun? Because it looks like the opposite of fun.
  • Nah: Of course it isn't "fun". But it's vital that I study these kinds of things.
  • Nowi: This army would be WAY better if we didn't have to do so much boring stuff.
  • Nah: Doubtless. But it's our duty to learn all the arcane secrets of our dragonstones. We have inherited a unique, and truly powerful, ability. We must cultivate and master it so that we can better serve our allies in battle.
  • Nowi: Ew. Do you always use such big words? I'm not use to thinking so hard! Why don't we run out to the woods and play a game before our brains melt?
  • Nah: Mother, you need to take this more seriously! We're in the midst of a war!
  • Nowi: I KNOW, silly. But thinking about it all the time isn't going to help me! The tougher things get, the more I laugh, and that makes everyone laugh, too. I think that's kind of my job here. To keep everyone smiling.
  • Nah: Wait. You think your role in this army is to play all the time?
  • Nowi: Exactamundo! So what do you say? Let's go play!
  • Nah: *Sigh* Well you certainly are good at your "job", I'll give you that...

B SupportEdit

  • Nah: Oh, darn. It's not here, either. Where can it be?
  • Nowi: ......
  • Nah: Oh, hello, Mother. Have you seen my dragonstone anywhere?
  • Nowi: D-dragonstone? Er, NO! Not a clue! I have no idea. Nope. None whatsoever.
  • Nah: ...You're a terrible liar.
  • Nowi: B-but I'm NOT lying! Ha ha. Ah ha...ha?
  • Nah: *Sigh* All right, Mother. What did you do with it?
  • Nowi: Nothing! ...I, er, just decided to look after it, is all.
  • Nah: Give it back! Honestly, how am I supposed to train without it?
  • Nowi: Oh, training, schmaining! Let's have some fun instead.
  • Nah: I don't want to have fun. I want to get stronger. If I don't, I'll never help win this war or earn my place in this army.
  • Nowi: Er...
  • Nah: If I'm not helping people, then what's the point of even having me around? No real human wants to be friends with a half person who can't look after herself.
  • Nowi: Is that what you're worried about? But I'm here—and I'm a manakete! You don't have to prove something to the humans to be here with us. Manakete, taguel, human—everyone in this army is equal and in it together!
  • Nah: You truly believe that?
  • Nowi: I do. And more importantly, you're still very young for a manakete. You can't overuse the dragonstone. It's far too powerful for one of your age.
  • Nah: It's true that after a day of training I tend to feel terribly weak...
  • Nowi: I'm going to give it back to you, but I don't want to see you hurting yourself. You must promise me to only use it during actual battle. Do you hear me?
  • Nah: All right, Mother. I swear to use it more responsibly from now on.

A SupportEdit

  • Nowi: Hee hee hee! Come on, Nah! I'm over here!
  • Nah: *Pant, pant* I don't think... I can run... *pant* ...any more...
  • Nowi: Tsk. Well, I suppose we can rest for a while if you REALLY have to.
  • Nah: D-don't you think we've...played enough? Maybe we could...study a bit...
  • Nowi: BOOOOOORING!
  • Nah: Mother, you do realize we're in the middle of a cataclysmic war, yes? The fate of the entire world depends on whether or not we emerge victorious.
  • Nowi: I know! That's why we have to get stronger and always be ready to fight.
  • Nah: Which means we must study—
  • Nowi: Nah, when it comes to thinking or studying, I leave that to Chrom and Avatar. I trust them to do their egghead jobs, and they trust me to fight.
  • Nah: Yes, but training and studying...that's how we grow stronger.
  • Nowi: You DO know that training isn't the only way to make yourself strong, don't you?
  • Nah: But how else... Wait. Are these practice games how you practice for battle?
  • Nowi: Well, it tired YOU out, didn't it? The more you play, the stronger you get!
  • Nah: ...It appears I might have underestimated you, Mother. From now on, I'm going to trust you more. ...AND start playing a lot more seriously!
  • Nowi: "Playing seriously"? Oh Nah, that is SO like you!

Special ConversationsEdit

Festival ScrambleEdit

Tharja with Nowi Edit

(First conversation)

Nowi: Tharja, you're so boingy!
Tharja: ...What?
Nowi: Didn't you hear me? I said you're boingy!
Tharja: And what does that mean, exactly? ...Do I even want to hear this?
Nowi: You know! Your figure! Like, your hips and your...other parts! Boingy!
Tharja: Gods. Where do you learn such things? One moment I'm dealing with a simpering innocent, and the next... *sigh*
Nowi: Sooo...can I see 'em? Your boingy bits, I mean…
Tharja: Why are you even asking ME, anyway? There must be others with more *ahem* "boingy" bits than me.
Nowi: Oh, no. I've checked out EVERYBODY in the whooole army, and you know what? You're the boingiest of them all. ...Trust me.
Tharja: What an honor. Perhaps you should check again to be safe? Now go on. Run along.
Nowi: FINE! If you're gonna be like that, I will! CHROM! HEY, CHROM! Tharja said that I should ask you about her boingy—
Tharja: WHAT?! Grr... Pipe down, or I'll hex you into next week!
Nowi: But you just TOLD me to—
Tharja: I changed my mind. No more asking anyone about boingy bits, you hear?
Nowi: Boo. Will you at least tell me what your boingy bits feel like? Are they soft?
Tharja: What is this all about? Why do you want to know?
Nowi: Well, I head some of the men talking about your figure... And they said they bet your boingy bits are white as snow and soft as pillows. That sounds pretty nice to me! So I decided I had to see for myself.
Tharja: Grrr... When I find out who these men are who've been talking about me... Well, let's just say there are bout to be some new toads hopping around camp...

(Second conversation)

Tharja: ...Hm? Did I just doze off in the middle of a battle? Curious. I must be even more tired than I thought. Still, it was a wonderful dream... Fancy <Avatar> showing up! Hee hee. Ooh, the fun we had…
Nowi: Morning, sleepyhead! That was quite a snooze you had there!
Tharja: What do you mean, quite a snooze? Why in the world didn't you wake me up? We're in the middle of a battle!
Nowi: Hee hee! Because you looked like you needed the sleep, silly! ...Aaaaand it seemed like a good opportunity to get a closer look at your boingy bits.
Tharja: Y-you WHAT?!
Nowi: And you know what? "Boingy" doesn't even begin to do them justice! The way they make your clothes stretch! So smooth and—
Tharja: Are you out of your tiny mind?! I hope you enjoyed it...because you're about to receive the hexing of your life!
Nowi: Eeeek! No, don't! I'm sorry! Sorry, sorry, sorry! I really am! You just looked so tired lately, I didn't want to wake you! I was worried, you know? But I stood watch over you the whole time, honest! I...I thought I was helping... *sob*
Tharja: ...Urgh. How am I supposed to stay angry with that face? All right, all right... Fine. I accept your apology.
Nowi: *Sniff* R-really...? Oh, yay! 'Cause you know what—you look sooo much better now! You were all super-pale before, and—
Tharja: Enough! Ever heard the expression "quit while you're ahead"? Anyway, no more staring at people's...ugh..."boingy bits" while they're asleep. Understood?
Nowi: You mean I should only stare at 'em while they're awake? Gotcha!
Tharja: Grr... That's it. You ARE getting hexed!

Cherche with NowiEdit

(First conversation)

Cherche: *Sigh*
Nowi: Cherche, are you okay? Are you sick or something?
Cherche: No, I'm fine. It's Minerva. She's not feeling well at all. I think she may have caught a cold. Perhaps the air of the Outrealms doesn't suit her.
Nowi: Awww. There, there... Poor Minerva-werva. I hope you get better soon, girl. When you do, you and me are gonna go out and play, okay?
Cherche: What a nice idea. The two of you can go flying together. You probably have a lot in common, huh? Why didn't I think of this sooner? A manakete is a lot like a wyvern, right? You're practically sisters!
Nowi: Umm...I guess…
Cherche: So tell me, Nowi—when you get a cold, what do you find is the best way to treat it? I'll wager there are cures for dragonkin that we humans would never think of!
Nowi: Lemme see... Um, I'd get plenty of rest, curl up in a blanket, and drink plenty of fluids.
Cherche: ...Oh.
Nowi: Oh! Yeah, yeah, yeah! There's one more thing! I once knew an old manakete... A super-old, super-wise manakete... And he taught me that if I caught a cold, I should eat lots and lots of fruit!
Cherche: Fruit, huh? Heh heh. I suppose we're not all that different after all. Still, it's good advice. And lucky for us this town's got plenty of fruit on sale! I'll pick some up for her as soon as we're done with this battle.
Nowi: Great! Hope it all works out for ya!

(Second conversation)

Nowi: Hey, Cherche! How's Minerva holding up?
Cherche: A little better since I followed your suggestion and fed her some fruit. Thanks very much for the advice, Nowi.
Nowi: Anytime! Always glad to lend a hand. Hey, speaking of which, I was thinking... If Minerva doesn't get better soon, I could turn into a dragon and carry you instead!
Cherche: That's very kind of you. But have you ever put on a brindle and carried a knight into battle before?
Nowi: Nope!
Cherche: Hmm. Then it might not be a good idea. Not without a little practice, at least…
Nowi: Oh, it'll be fine, silly! All you have to do is hang on tight and not fall off! Why, I took <Avatar> to market on my back just the other day! <He/She> was quiet as a mouse the whole trip!
Cherche: Is that so?
Nowi: Yep! I guess <he/she> was so excited, <he/she> completely forgot to speak! You should've seen us—we did a loop-the-loop and everything! And then I did this super-fast dive and pulled up juuust in time! Heh! That was <his/her> favorite part for sure! <He/She> was so excited, <he/she> lost <his/her> lunch! C'mon, I'll show you! It's fun, fun, fun!
Cherche: Um, perhaps not. I think I heard about this shopping trip of yours...Didn't <Avatar> have to have <his/her> fingers pried off your neck one by one?
Nowi: Yeah, that was kinda weird... It took AGES to loosen <his/her> grip...
Cherche: Gods, Minerva. Hurry up and recover soon!

Tiki with NowiEdit

(First conversation)

Nowi: Wow, look at all these stands and shops! Let's check 'em out, Tiki!
Tiki: We haven't the time, dear. We're in the middle of combat.
Nowi: Aww, come on! Just for a little bit! It'll only take a few minutes. For us, that's like a fraction of a fraction of a percent of a blink of an eye!
Tiki: Hmm. I suppose it does feel that way at times, but still... I keep forgetting that you're the second oldest member of this army, after me. Even as another manakete, there are times it slips my mind.
Nowi: Oh, will you look at these ornaments! Aren't they cute?! A flower, a heart... Ooh, they even have a dragon! And look at this one. It's a blue star! Just lovely…
Tiki: Yes... A star.
Nowi: Hmm? Don't you like stars, Tiki?
Tiki: Oh, no. I'm quite fond of them. Just...looking up at them, I sometimes can't help but think them terribly lonely.
Nowi: Lonely? Why?
Tiki: Have you ever heard it said that people join the stars when they die?
Nowi: I don't think so, no. Do they? Is that really what happens?
Tiki: According to some, anyway.
Nowi: So Chrom and <Avatar> will become stars too?
Tiki: When their time comes, perhaps. That's why I feel a heaviness when I gaze up at night. I'm trapped down here on earth, when all those I've loved are way up in the sky. So far away, beyond my reach... I wonder if they ever look down at me too.
Nowi: Gosh, that's so wonderful!
Tiki: Wonderful?
Nowi: Yeah! Being able to see them every single night? It's like you never lost them at all!
Tiki: Wha—
Nowi: Good-byes come too soon with people, and it's always sad to see friends go. But once they're stars, you can spend years and years together! Hundreds... Thousands! If anything could take the sting out of saying good-bye, that's it!
Tiki: ...... Yes... Right above us, every night, for thousands of years... I wonder why I never thought to see it that way before.
Nowi: Tiki? Wh-what's wrong? Are you crying? Did I make you sad? I'm so sorry!
Tiki: No... I'm happy, Nowi. I'm happy. I was always afraid of starlight. It was a reminder of every time I'd been left behind. Of everyone I failed to save. But not tonight. Not ever again, thanks to you. Thank you, Nowi.
Nowi: Huh? First you're crying, now you're all smiley... You're pretty weird today, Tiki!

(Second conversation)

Tiki: Once we return from the Outrealms, will you join me in stargazing, Nowi?
Nowi: Sure, I don't mind, but...didn't you say that stars make you sad?
Tiki: Yes, until now. But I have a feeling that's all in the past, thanks to you.
Nowi: Really? Well, I don't know what I did, but if it's something you want to do, I do too! Plus, that way, even if you get lonely, I'll be right there with you! It's a foolproof plan!
Tiki: Indeed. You're a brilliant strategist.
Nowi: Hee hee! Once it gets dark out, we'll have to hunt for the spot with the best view!
Tiki: As it happens, I already know of a place. The stars shine so beautifully there. It's too steep to climb for most people, but for a pair of dragons, it's no trouble at all.
Nowi: Ooh! Then it'll be our secret spot—just the two of us!
Tiki: Ha ha, I suppose it will.
Nowi: Yaay! I get to have a secret spot with Tiki! I'm excited already! Gosh, I hope night comes soon!
Tiki: The nights have grown colder lately. Are you sure you'll be warm enough like that?
Nowi: Yup! I'll be just fine!
Tiki: And you won't fall asleep along the way?
Nowi: I almost never fall asleep while flying! Besides, I slept in extra late this morning! But, um...if it gets TOO late, I might nod off a bit…
Tiki: Well, then it's a good thing I'll be there to wake you. So now that's decided, let's end this fight. It seems still more Risen have arrived.
Nowi: Right! Just watch. I'll fight harder than ever! And thanks, Tiki! I'm really, reeeally looking forward to tonight!
Tiki: As am I, Nowi... As am I. So many lonely nights, I looked up at the stars and wept... All alone, head full of faces I would never see again. Those dark hours were torture. But I'm no longer alone, and I've shed my last tears of solitude. How could I ever be alone surrounded by my new friends, watched over by the old...? Mar-Mar... Friends... I'm coming to see you tonight. Shine extra bright so I'll know where to find you. I'll be waving back as hard as I can...

Summer ScrambleEdit

Nowi with SullyEdit

(First conversation)

Nowi: Check it out, Sully! It's the OCEAN!
Sully: Sure is. Full of swaying palms and a crapload of gold sand. It's kinda like looking at a postcard from a holiday resort, eh?
Nowi: Holiday resort?
Sully: Yeah. Don't tell me you don't have resorts in the manakete world? Resorts are these vacation spots people go to when they wanna relax. They've usually got eateries and shops and lots of other little diversions.
Nowi: Wow, that sounds like SO much fun!
Sully: They're not bad. Hell of a lot better than a normal seashore, anyway. Some of the guys were saying that we should take a vacation here when the war's done.
Nowi: Oh man, that would be amazing! We could collect shells, build sand castles... Oh, and eat fruit! Lots of delicious, tropical fruit! Hee hee! I can't wait! Actually, scratch the vacation—we should just come live here instead!
Sully: Live here, eh? Lemme ask you something, Nowi…
Nowi: Ooh, lemme guess! You wanna know why the ocean gets angry sometimes, right?! Well, it turns out there's an old manakete king sleeping far beneath the sea. Whenever he snores, it causes big waves to come crashing into the sand! Isn't that crazy?
Sully: Uh, yeah...sure is. Who told you that story, anyway?
Nowi: Um...gosh. Who told me that one...? Ohh, I remember! It was a wise old manakete I once knew. He was a friend from a long, long time ago.
Sully: "He"? I didn't know there were any male manaketes. Figured you were all girls— Wait, why are we talking about this? That's not what I wanted to ask! When you were listing all that stuff to do on vacation, you forgot the best thing of all... Swimming! If you're hanging around the beach, you gotta go for a swim, right?
Nowi: Tra-la-laaaa! The beach is so much fun! All the sand and palms and sun!
Sully: ...And suddenly she bursts into song. I think I get it now. You can't swim, can you?
Nowi: WHAT?! That's CRAZY talk! ME? Not able to SWIM?! I can't believe you'd even say something like that! That's just so...MEAN! *sniff*
Sully: Yeeeep. It's as I expected—she can't swim. Poor kid...

(Second conversation)

Sully: Nowi! Hold up.
Nowi: Oh. Hello, Sully.
Sully: Listen, I want to apologize about earlier. I didn't mean to upset you.
Nowi: ......
Sully: Fact is, there are lots of ways to enjoy the beach. You don't HAVE to go swimming. Hell, lots of people don't go in the water, but it doesn't stop 'em having fun, right?
Nowi: I guess so... Thanks, Sully... But actually, I thought about it a bit, and I think I agree with what you said. What's the point in coming out to the seaside if you don't go in the actual sea? That seems like a total waste, right? So...I came up with a brilliant idea! I'm going to learn how to swim...and YOU'RE gonna teach me!
Sully: What? The hell I am! ...Er, that is, I, uh, I meant everything I said just now. If you don't wanna swim, you don't have to. It's not like it's the law or anything! If the gods wanted us in the water, they would've given us flippers and gills, right? But nope, not us. Just two legs. Er, and in your case, a tail, I suppose…
Nowi: Waaait a minute. Don't tell me—!
Sully: Don't tell you what? Wh-why are you looking at me like that?!
Nowi: ......
Sully: S-stop staring at me, dammit! I mean it! ...Aw, crap, FINE! All right, I confess: I can't swim either!
Nowi: Ha ha! I KNEW it! ...But why did you pretend that you could?
Sully: Well...I've been searching around for someone who could help me learn. I figured if I could get you into the water, I could paddle alongside, pick up some tips.
Nowi: Hey, that gives me a great idea! Why don't we learn together?! Don't worry—it'll be totally safe! If it seems like we're about to drown, I'll turn into a dragon and rescue us both!
Sully: Har! Talk about overkill. Can't deny I'd welcome the peace of mind, though... All right, you're on. Let's clear out the rest of these brigands and then go for a swim!
Nowi: Yippee! We're gonna make a great swim team, you and me!

Nowi with PanneEdit

(First conversation)

Nowi: Wooow! Just look at that big blue sea! It goes on forever!
Panne: Have you never seen the ocean before?
Nowi: Pfft! What are you talking about, silly? Of course I have! My parents used to take me to the beach all the time when I was little! I just...don't remember it that well. I was really young. Like, tiny!
Panne: Hmm.
Nowi: Or maybe...I mean, I think I remember them taking me to the beach...? But all that kid stuff was so long ago now, it gets kinda mixed up with my dreams…
Panne: Do you dream of your parents often?
Nowi: Oh yeah! Those guys are ALWAYS popping by to see me in dreamland! I just wish I could see them in real life too…
Panne: I pray that one day you do.
Nowi: Actually, you know what? Forget I said all that!
Panne: Hm?
Nowi: C'mon, I can't get sad about not seeing them all the time, can I? That would make them feel awful! I need to show them that I'm super happy and totally okay on my own!
Panne: Your parents would be very proud of you, Nowi. I'm sure they are watching over you from beyond the sea.
Nowi: Huh? You really think they're on the other side of this big ol' puddle? In that case, I've gotta tell 'em! I'll speak real loud so they can hear me. *Ahem* HEEEY, MOM AND DAD! IT'S ME, NOWI! I'M TOTALLY FINE, OK? YOU DON'T NEED TO WORRY ABOUT ME! EVERYONE HERE'S SUPER NICE, AND I'M NOT LONELY AT ALL! OKAY, I BETTER GO BEFORE I LOSE MY VOICE! BYE FOR NOW!
Panne: Nowi…
Nowi: *Cough* Whew! That's better. Feels like a real weight off my shoulders! Huh? Panne, you're crying! Are you hurt? Why are you sad?
Panne: I am not sad, Nowi, I just... Thank you.
Nowi: Huh? For what? I didn't do anything!
Panne: Sometimes your innocence alone is enough to heal an aching heart...

(Second conversation)

Panne: Nowi... Like you, I once had a family. A big one. But they were all killed.
Nowi: Yeah, I heard about that... Murdered by humans, right? ...Do you still hate humans because of it?
Panne: I do.
Nowi: I see…
Panne: But only some of them. I have learned that not all man-spawn are bad.
Nowi: Thanks to the Shepherds, right?
Panne: Heh... Yes, I suppose so. The Shepherds have taught me that I cannot hate based on species alone. Now I focus more on individuals. Human, taguel...it matters not.
Nowi: Erm... I'm not really sure if that's all that much better…
Panne: At least you still have other manaketes in the world. I envy you that.
Nowi: Huh? That doesn't make any sense.
Panne: Why not?
Nowi: You basically just said it doesn't matter if someone's a human or a taguel. So why should it matter if they're a manakete, either?
Panne: I'm not sure I follow.
Nowi: Well, I'm not lonely or sad, because I have you and all the other Shepherds. And just like you, I don't care if they're humans or taguels...OR manaketes. So what is there to be jealous about? I don't need other manaketes to be happy—I've got all of you!
Panne: Nowi…
Nowi: What's the matter, Panne? Did I say something stupid again?
Panne: No... Quite the opposite…
Nowi: Hey, don't cry! Oh! You know what helps? Whenever I was sad, my mom used to let me sleep with her. You wanna try that? Why don't you sleep over?
Panne: "Sleep over"?
Nowi: Yeah, it'll be super-duper cozy! I'll get into my dragon form, you get into your rabbit form, and we'll snuggle up!
Panne: I suppose it does sound rather comforting…
Nowi: You bet it does! You'll be as snug as a bunny-shaped bug in a big ol' dragony rug!

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