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Horace/Conversations

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The following text is an unofficial translation by fans. There may be stylistic differences with official sources and other unofficial translations.

This page contains all of Horace's support conversations.

Horace and Kris

First conversation

Horace: Sir/Dame Kris. I must thank you for saving my life.
Kris: No, no. You should be thanking Prince Marth. He was the one who made the decision to help you, Lord Horace.
Horace: ...Haha, I see. You and Prince Marth are really alike.
Kris: ...Excuse me?
Horace: ...Oh, forgive me. I found it amusing how the liege and vassal told me more or less the same thing. Prince Marth told me that too that I should be thanking you, Kris.
Kris: R-really?
Horace: Yes. You two are really well-matched. I'd like to learn from you. And to do that, we must first...
Kris: Yes, Lord Horace. Assuredly, we shall rescue Princess Nyna.
Horace: It's most reassuring to hear it coming from you, Sir/Dame Kris. I might not be strong, but I'll do my best for Prince Marth. I will be counting on you, Sir/Dame Kris.
Kris: Likewise, Lord Horace.

Second conversation

Kris: Lord Horace, did you assist Prince Marth during the War of Shadows as well?
Horace: Indeed. However, at first... Not knowing the situation, I pointed my spear towards Prince Marth. For that sin, I must apologize to you as well.
Kris: But I heard you only did that because the villagers were being held hostage. If you didn't fight Prince Marth, the enemy would have killed them. However, fighting against the League was the same as opposing your kingdom. You risked being branded a traitor, yet you still protected the people. I think your conviction was admirable.
Horace: I'm most obliged by your undeserved understanding.
Kris: The time I've spent with you allowed me to learn something. Lord Horace, you are truly an honest man.
Horace: 'Tis an honor hearing that from you. Thank you, Sir/Dame Kris.

Third conversation

Horace: Sir/Dame Kris.
(If Kris is male)
Kris: Lord Horace? Do you have some business with me?
Horace: Yes, I came because I wanted to talk to you. Sir Kris, your fighting prowess... is splendid. As a fellow knight, I'm deeply impressed. Not only your performance in battle, but also your constant devotion and will to protect your liege... Both are absolutely magnificent.
Kris: I appreciate your praise.
Horace: Good. So, could you honor me with your company?
Kris: Of course. Sparring, correct?
Horace: Yes, exactly. Sir Kris, you're most definitely a worthy opponent. Therefore, I won't need to hold back.
Kris: Exactly what I was hoping for.
Horace: You have my thanks, Sir Kris.
(If Kris is female)
Kris: L-lord Horace? Do you have some business with me?
Horace: Why, of course! Dame Kris, your fighting prowess... is splendid. As a fellow knight, I'm deeply impressed. Not only your performance in battle, but also your constant devotion and will to protect your liege... Both are very likeable.
Kris: Likeable...?
Horace: Yes. So, could you honor me with your company?
Kris: M-my company?
Horace: Yes, I'd like to spar with you. Dame Kris, you're most definitely a worthy opponent. Therefore, I won't need to hold back.
Kris: Oh, yes, I see... Of course you meant sparring.

Horace: You have my thanks, Sir/Dame Kris.