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Per turn: +1
Klein: Excuse me.
Dieck: Do you need something, Commander Klein?
Klein: Dieck... You don't recognize me?
Dieck: ...How about that. You do remember me.
Klein: Of course! I recognized you at once! You didn't seem to notice me over there...
Dieck: Thirteen years... Young Master Klein is all grown up, I see
Klein: You can stop calling me Young Master. I'm nineteen now. I serve as a commander under the king himself.
Dieck: Yeah, I know. Not bad at all. How are Lord Pent and Lady Louise?
Klein: Oh, just as laid-back as always. This calamity doesn't seem to concern them at all. I envy them sometimes.
Dieck: Well...there's plenty to envy about you, too.
Klein: What? What do you mean?
Dieck: We'll talk another time.
Klein: Dieck! I wanted to talk more...
Dieck: Klein! Don't come out front that much.
Klein: This is a good vantage point.
Dieck: You bowmen should stay in back and cover for us. There's no need for you to come all the way up here.
Klein: Dieck, I told you, I'm not a child anymore. I often find myself up front in the squad I lead.
Dieck: Sorry, but you're still Young Master Klein to me. I couldn't face Lord Pent if you got hurt.
Klein: ...If you care so much, why don't you come back to the manse? Dieck, once this war ends, come back home with me. I'm certain Father and Mother would love to see you.
Dieck:I appreciate the thought, Klein. But if you really care about your family, you shouldn't talk to a mercenary like me. It won't look good.
Dieck: You can only talk to me like this now because this is war. Think about it.
Dieck: ...Klein, you really shouldn't be talking to me right now.
Klein:...I wanted to tell you a story. I want you to listen. It was fifteen years ago, at Aquileia's greatest arena. A noble's child was attacked by a lion in the opening display.
Klein: A young arena combatant was the one who saved the child. He was a skilled swordfighter who could defeat men twice his size with ease. But fighting a lion isn't the same. He didn't leave the fight unscathed. He left with wounds all over his body and four deep scars on his face.
Klein: The noble, impressed and moved by the swordsman's selfless act, hired him into his family's service and treated him well. For several years, the young man served as the family's personal arena fighter. His name became known all across the land. But one day, he decided to give up that life and left. The child, who looked up to the fighter as if he were a brother, felt betrayed, and was devastated. ...But now I understand. You were doing what you felt was best for me and my family...
Dieck: You...you were much too kind to me. I was but a lowly fighter. Lord Pent and Lady Louise treated me like family. Like a son. Gossip and accusations spread about them. ...That's why I left.
Klein: I understand that now. But you should have stayed.
Dieck: I'm sorry?
Klein: You always wanted what was best for us... But did you ever consider how much we cared about you? I can't just forget about you...
Dieck: ...You're right. I never considered that. I'm sorry.
Klein: Then you'll come with me back to my family?
Dieck: Yeah, you win, Young Master Klein. I'll poke my head in at the manse when I can.
Per turn: +3
Clarine: Eeek! Klein!
Klein: W-what's wrong, Clarine?
Clarine: You look absolutely stunning in that outfit!
Klein: ...That's all? And here I was wondering what kind of danger you were in...
Clarine: My dear brother Klein! Everyone is so aesthetically handicapped in this army! You are a lone diamond shining in the rough!
Klein: You only think so because we're family...
Clarine: I do not! There are none in this world who can match your beauty. Knight General Perceval may have more authority, but you clearly have superior sense in beauty!
Klein: ...Clarine, a lady shouldn't verbalize such things.
Clarine: I only say what is true.
Clarine: But if that's what you think, Brother, I will try.
Klein: Clarine, come here.
Clarine: Oh, Klein? How do you fare today?
Klein: Not well, I'm afraid.
Clarine: Is something wrong?
Klein: Is it true that you spoke harshly to a cleric and made her cry yesterday?
Clarine: Absolutely not. I did not make her cry. She is the one who chose to cry.
Klein: ...But she cried because of what you said to her.
Clarine: It was her fault! She was trying to keep you for herself.
Klein: What do you mean?
Clarine: ...She healed your wounds before I got the chance.
Clarine: I wanted to heal your injuries so you would be proud of me! All I want is to be of some help to you, Brother...
Klein: ...I was proud of you. I was so glad that my naive little sister had grown up so much... But now that you've done this, I don't know what to think anymore...
Clarine: I-I'll never do it again! Please don't hate me, Klein!
Klein: Don't be ridiculous. I could never hate you.
Clarine: Oh, thank you, Klein!
Klein: What's wrong, Clarine? You look sad.
Clarine: I...I don't want to go backto the manse after the war...
Klein: Why not? Mother and Father anxiously await our return.
Clarine: I do want to see Mother and Father... But if I return to the manse, I will be nothing but a doll once more. Never again to see the outside world, concerned only with decorating myself...
Klein: Well, that is how most Etrurian ladies are.
Clarine: Yes, I know... But being the most elegant in Etruria does not seem as appealing as it once did.
Klein: That's because you're growing and maturing, Clarine. If you stay at the manse, you couldlive your life without any worries.
Clarine: But it would be so horribly boring!
Klein: Yes, indeed... All right, here's what we will do. Once this war is over, we will first let Mother and Father know we are safe.
Clarine: Of course.
Klein: From there we can discuss your future and what you want to do.
Clarine: Oh, I already know what I want to do!
Klein: Do you?
Clarine: I will become Mage General like General Cecilia!
Klein: Err... Are you serious?
Clarine: Of course! As Mage General, I will give you, the new Archer General, my full support. Then we shall be together always!
Klein: Clarine... Let's be realistic...
Clarine: Oh, how wonderful it would be for us both to wear that elegant general uniform...
Klein: Clarine... You haven't grown at all.
Clarine: Did you say something?
Klein: No. Never mind.
Per turn: +2
Thea: General Klein! Is something wrong?
Klein: No, I'm fine. I just wanted to tell you something.
Thea: Tell me something?
Klein: Yes. When I hired you and your squad...I was hiring you as an Etrurian general.
Thea: ??? Yes, of course.
Klein: So if I weren't an Etrurian general, you would be free to do as you wish.
Thea: Yes, I know. That's what I told my squad when we joined this army.
Klein: Well, you don't seem to be taking advantage of that freedom.
Thea: ? Of course I am.
Klein: Well... If you say so.
Thea: ...What are you trying to say?
Klein: No, it's nothing. Don't worry about it.
Thea: General Klein.
Klein: Thea? What's wrong?
Thea: It's about what you said the other day...
Klein: The other day?
Thea: You said that I wasn't taking advantage of my freedom...
Klein: Oh, that.
Thea: I wasn't quite sure what you meant, so I wanted to ask you.
Klein: Well, since you're free to do what you want, no one's forcing you to stay here. That's all.
Thea: !! ...Does that mean that you don't need my help?
Klein: No, that's not what I meant. Thea, you're a mercenary. Staying with this army isn't going to get you much income. So if you're just fighting alongside us out of guilt or a feeling of responsibility, I just wanted to let you know that you shouldn't feel compelled to stay.
Thea: Yes, you're right. Perhaps it is inconvenient to stay with this low-paying army. But I'm staying with you out of my own will. Please don't worry about it.
Klein: Oh, all right, then. I'm sorry if I've been a bother.
Thea: No, not at all.
Klein: Thea, when this war ends, I could help you find an army that pays well.
Klein: Well, even though you said that you're fighting with us out of your own will, my being here is still one of the reasons that you stayed. I just thought that I should compensate by helping out with your future plans...
Thea: ...I can do that on my own. I appreciate your consideration, but please don't worry about it.
Thea: Or is my being here a hindrance to you?
Klein: N-No! Not at all!
Thea: Then why are you telling me things like that!
Klein: ...What's the matter, Thea? How come you're so upset...
Thea: Ever since the other day, all you've been talking about it getting me out of this army...away from you!
Klein: What? Well, I...
Thea: I chose to stay by your side because I love you! But you... You're so inconsiderate!
Klein: Um, well... I'm sorry. It's just that... I never thought that you felt that way about me.
Klein: So... ...... You know, Thea, you're to blame as well!
Klein: You keep calling me 'General Klein, General Klein,' like you want to keep your distance with me! That's why you make me think that you're simply tagging along out of responsibility!
Klein: No 'General' from now on. Just call me Klein, all right?
Thea: Yes, General Klein.
Klein: No. Klein.
Thea: Huh? Oh... Yes...Klein...
Per turn: +2
Elffin: That was a rough battle, master. Would you care for a song to soothe your tired heart?
Klein: Oh, you're... You're the bard that is always with General Roy.
Elffin: Yes. My name is Elffin.
Klein: ...Elffin, might you be... No...that's impossible. Forgive me, please forget it.
Elffin: ...I look very much like someone you know... Am I right?
Klein: ! It...can't be.
Elffin: Here I am standing right in front you, telling you myself, yet you do not believe me. Did my servants only have so much trust in me, Klein?
Klein: Prince Myrddin! It is you! Oh...! I'm so glad you're in one piece, Your Majesty!
Elffin: You seem to have grown while I was gone.
Klein: Etruria has changed greatly during the year that you were gone, Your Majesty.
Elffin: Yes, I know. I am sorry I put you through it.
Klein: Well, I was stationed in the Western Isles, so it didn't affect me that much... But...you're really alive... I'm sure our people will welcome your return!
Klein: Pr-... I mean, Master Elffin! There you are.
Elffin: ...General Klein, might you spare a moment?
Klein: Yes? What is it?
Klein: Master? What do you mean?
Elffin: ...You don't understand?
Klein: ...... Have I...done something wrong?
Elffin: ...Someone is coming. We shall talk some other day.
Elffin: ...We can have some privacy here.
Klein: Pr-... Master Elffin, you wanted to speak with me? Is it about Etruria?
Elffin: No. It is about the other day.
Klein: Oh... Are you talking about the 'Master' thing?
Elffin: Don't you think it strange for an Etrurian noble to call a simple bard a 'Master?'
Klein: Oh...! Yes, you're right! Forgive me. I shall call you Sir Elffin instead...
Elffin: No. Just 'Elffin' will do.
Klein: That will not do! Even if you are in disguise, I cannot address my prince simply by name.
Elffin: Hm... ...You haven't changed at all.
Elffin: Do you remember how you used to often come to the palace with your father?
Klein: Yes... I've been going to the palace for as long as I can remember.
Elffin: Since I had no siblings, I couldn't help but think how cute you were as a toddler. And I was still young and foolish, so I told your father, 'Your son shall now be my younger brother. He must live in the palace from now on.'
Klein: You said that?
Elffin: Yes, I was a fool. Of course, your father didn't know what to say. And then, you spoke up.
Klein: I did...?
Elffin: Yes. And you said the same words. 'That will not do.'
Klein: ...I don't remember.
Elffin: 'I'm going to be your knight, so that will not do.' Those were your exact words. You also told me, 'Choose someone else for your brother!'
Klein: ...I-I was so rude... I, uh... Forgive me, Your Majesty...
Elffin: Don't worry about it. I'm glad that you haven't changed. ...When I came back from the brink of death, the world looked so different. I'm glad to see that some things are still the same.
Klein: Prince Myrddin...
Per turn: +2
Klein: General Perceval! It is good to see you again.
Perceval: Klein. It is good to see you are well. It seems that you've gotten quite used to your position now.
Klein: Yes. Although, I'm still one of the least experienced and weakest generals...
Perceval: Well, from the way I see it, those working under you are the luckier ones.
Klein: I hope so, too, General Perceval.
Perceval: ...How have you been doing?
Perceval: What do you think about this army?
Klein: Well... Frankly, I feel more at home here than in the Etrurian army. Perhaps it is because of General Roy's personality...
Perceval: ...I see.
Klein: How do you feel, General Perceval?
Perceval: I can't say I feel completely comfortable here.
Klein: You can't?
Perceval: It is probably because what I seek from an army doesn't exist here.
Klein: So...you can't get used to this army?
Perceval: ...No, it's a little different from that. It is just that I am and will always be an Etrurian knight. I am unable to bend my standards so easily.
Perceval: ...How do you feel about the coup d'etat in Etruria?
Klein: ...I understand that Bern was doing things behind the scenes, but still... I never would have imagined that the Etrurian Court would divide into two hostile sides so easily. To tell the truth, I'm still not over it. I... I never thought that there would be so many people who would give in to greed so easily...
Perceval: Etruria had not known war for a very long time. Thus, blinded by peace, we didn't notice the men scheming evil deeds.
Klein: Yes... A conflict would have broken out even without Bern's help.
Perceval: Once this war is over, I will return and devote my life to rebuild Etruria.
Klein: Of course, General Perceval. I am prepared to give my life to that cause as well.
Perceval: Klein, I want you to seek a different path.
Perceval: Once I return to Etruria, I plan to dismiss all but those few whom I can put absolute trust in to be loyal to king and country. I will do anything to maintain mutual trust among the king's servants.
Klein: General Perceval... Don't be ridiculous!
Perceval: ! Klein...
Klein: ...Please, relax a little. With your ability, you won't have to go to such extreme measures. I was holding this in because we are at war, but...I'll say it now. I miss the days when I could look up to you as an older brother...the days when we were more relaxed, and sometimes even laughed it up together...
Klein: Once this war ends, let us return and celebrate the prosperity of the new Kingdom of Etruria together...in laughter.
Klein: General Perceval?
Perceval: Klein. Is something wrong?
Klein: No, I just saw you, so...
Perceval: I see.
Klein: You know, I was thinking... Before the coup d'etat, we were never working together under the same mission. But now, here we are, fighting alongside each other, after we have both left the Etrurian military and are under General Roy's command.
Perceval: Hm, yes... Fate can work in strange ways.
Klein: Yes. Oh, on a different topic... Have your favorite foods changed over the recent years?
Perceval: ? ...No. Why?
Klein: It's just that the cook was a little troubled. He said that since you are expressionless no matter what you eat, he never knows what to give you.
Perceval: Expressionless? ...Do you think so?
Klein: Yes, very much so, General Perceval. Even when you're having wine, your expression stays the same no matter how much you drink. If you stop making expressions, you'll forget how.
Perceval: Expressions are not things that can be forgotten.
Klein: I wouldn't be so sure about that with you, General Perceval.
Perceval: ...Well, well. Getting fresh, are we?
Klein: Haha... I guess it looks like I need not worry.