Lalum: What? Oh, I know. You just wanted to see that dance so badly, right?
Ogier: Your dancing... I think I've seen it before somewhere.
Lalum: Huh? You have?
Ogier: Yeah. A small band of entertainers once stopped at my village when I was younger. I went to watch them...and a little girl was dancing in the center. She tripped a few times and made some mistakes, but she was trying really hard. I was going through a tough time back then, but that girl's dancing kind of cheered me up.
Lalum: Hmm... I don't remember it.
Ogier: I didn't think so. But it was really nice. You're probably cheering up a lot of people with your dancing, wherever you go.
Lalum: You're embarrassing me now! But thanks, Ogier. Tell you what. I'll show you one of my special dances some time.
Lalum: It's really amazing!
Ogier: Wow... It is?
Lalum: Hey! You were thinking naughty thoughts again, weren't you?
Ogier: I heard from Sir Bath, but you have beaten even him once, right?
Bors: Yes. Just once, in a martial arts tournament held in Ostia.
Ogier: What was the battle like?
Bors: Well... To tell the truth, I actually don't remember very well.
Ogier: What? Was the battle with Sir Bath so boring that you don't even remember?
Bors: That's not it. It was because I don't fight for the sake of fighting. That time I was forced to participate, and I wasn't interested in the tournament itself. So I've already forgotten most of what happened in it.
Bors: Ogier, there must always be a cause in battle. You must never fight for the sake of fighting.
Lilina: Is she at home? Or did she come out to Ostia with you? If she did, I would like to...
Ogier: I'm sorry, Lady Lilina, but...
Lilina: Tell me. I'd love to meet her.
Ogier: She's not around any more.
Lilina: What? Why...?
Ogier: Lady Lilina... Our village was very poor. ...It is the men who become workhands. Girls...have no place. We don't have any extra bread, either, so... When a girl is born in a poor family, we put pretty clothes on her and leave her in a faraway town.
Ogier: ...We were poor. I don't hold anything against my family. If we hadn't done what we did...we would have just starved.
Lilina: ...I'm sorry...
Ogier: Lady Lilina?
Lilina: I'm sorry... I...didn't know anything... I didn't know anything... and I...I just...
Ogier: Lady Lilina, about the other day... I'm sorry. I said more than I should have.
Lilina: I'm sorry, I was so stupid. But I don't want to stay ignorant. Right now, I don't know anything about running a country, but I'll learn. I shall make Ostia a country in which our children can always be happy.
Ogier: ...Lady Lilina, please don't strain yourself. My brothers are doing fine thanks to the Ostian marquess. Even God can't save all of the people.
Ogier: But I can say this, Lady Lilina... My sister, wherever she is... She would have liked you very much.