This page contains all of Clive's base conversations.
Clive: My house and Fernand’s have always been close. He, Clair, and I grew up much like members of the same family. But the drought left Fernand’s people starved, and they sacked his manor, killing his parents, his elder sister, and even his younger siblings.... From that day on, he developed an unnatural hatred for commoners. So I pray you can accept my apology for the appalling things he said to you. ...Hmm? You think I sound like his true brother? Heh. Well, this would not be the first mess of his I’ve had to smooth over.
Clive: After Desaix killed the king and the knights were effectively disbanded, it was Mathilda who suggested we regroup and start the Deliverance. While I wallowed in my stupor and wondered what would become of us, she was the calm voice of wisdom who knew what must be done. I have been pursued by many high- standing women in dresses most fine, but Mathilda was the first to truly stand shoulder-to-shoulder with me. She is a goddess made flesh—and one I scarcely deserve.
Clive: Look how far we’ve come, Alm. In truth, there were times along the way where I often questioned my choices, but now, I do believe them all to have been sound. Thank you, Alm, for being everything I hoped you would be. ...Enough woolgathering, though. Rigel Castle is in sight. Lead us to the end of this wretched war once and for all.