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Per turn: +2
Elen: Madam Melady, are you unhurt?
Melady: Yes, Elen, I'm fine.
Elen: Oh, if you're going up front, then please take these vulneraries...
Melady: Elen, what's the matter?
Elen: I'm sorry?
Melady: You seem to be more... concerned than usual.
Elen: I-I don't think so.
Melady: If you have something to say, then I will to listen.
Melady: Well, I can't force you... But since we both serve Princess Guinivere, I would appreciate if you voiced any concerns.
Elen: I-I'm sorry...
Melady: Ah, well, I suppose I can wait until you're ready.
Elen: I'm sorry, Madam Melady...
Elen: Madam Melady! About before...
Elen: You said that I seemed concerned...
Melady: Oh, that. Are you ready to tell me what's on your mind?
Elen: Yes. Uh... It's just that... I wanted to apologize.
Melady: Apologize? For what?
Elen: When the princess and I left to meet with the Lycian lords, I didn't consult you at all.
Elen: I wanted to apologize for that... I know you have nothing but loyalty for Princess Guinivere, yet I...
Melady: You just followed Princess Guinivere's orders, as is your duty. You have nothing to apologize for.
Melady: Elen, you always doubt your actions too much. You won't be able to move forward if your mind is stuck in the past.
Elen: Yes, you're right...
Melady: Elen, you look a lot better now.
Elen: Yes, I feel a weight has been lifted off my shoulders. Thank you again for listening to me.
Melady: Any time at all.
Elen: But...our roles are reversed... I am the cleric. It is I who am supposed to listen to others to relieve them of their problems, and yet it is you who helped me.br> Melady: Elen, I told you not to doubt your actions.
Elen: I know...
Melady: I'm actually grateful you didn't tell me when you left with the Princess.
Elen: Grateful...? You are?
Melady: Of course. You kept Princess Guinivere safe even without me.
Elen: Madam Melady...
Melady: Together I'm sure we can be of great help to Princess Guinivere. Just don't worry so much about trivial matters anymore, all right?
Elen: Yes, you're right.
Per turn: +1
Melady: Whew... Sorry to work you so hard, Tryffin... Good girl.
Lugh: Wow! A wyvern! Wow, it's so big! Is this wyvern yours? Will it get angry if I touch it?
Melady: No, go ahead. She's a gentle one.
Lugh: Wow, such hard scales... Her fangs are so sharp too! Amazing... Are you a wyvern rider?
Melady: Yes, I am.
Lugh: Really!? I thought only Bern had wyvern riders!
Lugh: They say Bern's wyvern riders are unbeatable, so I was a little nervous... But they're nothing if we have wyvern riders on our side, too! I want to defeat Bern, but I'm not very good with my magic yet, so I can't do all that much on my own...
Lugh: Oh...I better get going. See you later! Thanks for letting me pet your wyvern.
Melady: Yes... See you...
Lugh: Hello! Can I give this to your wyvern?
Melady: ...Hello. What are those?
Lugh: I got some extra baked tarts, so I wanted to give some to the wyvern. Oh wait, do wyverns even eat food like this?
Melady: You love them, don't you, Tryffin? Thank you.
Lugh: She's called Tryffin? Can I call her that, too?
Melady: Of course.
Lugh: Here you go, Tryffin. Eat up. Good, aren't they?
Melady: ...What is your name?
Lugh: Me? I'm Lugh, from Lycia. What's your name? Where are you from?
Melady: I'm Melady. ...I come from Bern.
Lugh: !!! ...You're joking, right?
Melady: ...I'm sorry. I couldn't get myself to say it...
Melady: Wait! Lugh! ...I know it was inevitable, but still... I'm sorry, Tryffin. Just when you had made a little friend...
Lugh: Hello, Madam Melady.
Lugh: ...I'm sorry I ran off like that before.
Melady: No, it's all right. I'm glad you're speaking to me again.
Lugh: I didn't want things to end like that. ...Will you listen to my story?
Melady: Of course.
Lugh: My parents died when I was four, and ever since then I'd been living at an orphanage in Lycia. It was tiny, with only seven kids andone priest who we all called Poppa. The oldest kids were Chad and my twin brother Raigh and I, so we three took care of the younger children. We were poor, but we were happy anyway. But after Bern started this war, our lives began to change. Food started getting scarce, and we sometimes had to resort to begging... Chad... He started stealing food without telling Poppa... Raigh got fed up with that lifestyle and left one day without a word. I hated Bern... We all did. Bern was responsible for everything... Bern killed Poppa... I just wanted Bern to disappear.
Lugh: That's what I kept telling myself. ..Anger motivates better than sorrow... Anger has kept me alive... So that I can protect the children... ...Sigh... So...for now, at least until the war ends... I have to stay angry at Bern. ...But you're on our side, right? I don't have to hate you... Do I? ...But, you're on our side, right? I don't have to hate you...right?
Melady: It would make me so happy if you didn't hate me, Lugh. If you would let me, I'd even like to be...your friend.
Lugh: Thank you, Madam Melady.
Per turn: +1
Melady: You must be one of Ilia's Mercenary Knights.
Trec: Yeah... I'm Trec.
Melady: I am Melady. Pleased to meet you.
Melady: Yes... I am a wyvern rider from Bern, as you probably suspected.
Trec: Oh, I see.
Melady: What... What do you think of the fact that a knight from Bern is fighting alongside you?
Trec: Well... You know, so what?
Melady: S...So what?
Trec: It's not like people from Bern have seven ears or anything.
Melady: ...Well, no, I only have two.
Trec: See? So we're all brothers and sisters, you know?
Melady: Do...you think so?
Trec: Ahh... That hurt.
Melady: Is something wrong, Sir Trec?
Trec: Hm? Um, you're...
Melady: Melady. Is something wrong?
Trec: Well... I was just sitting here watching you fight.
Melady: Watching me fight?
Trec: Yeah. My neck aches now.
Trec: Yeah. And I was kinda thinking... Maybe you have a loved one in Bern? Like family or a lover or something?
Melady: ...N-No, that's not the case. I live for Princess Guinivere...
Trec: Oh, okay. Yeah, I thought so. My assumptions are usually wrong.
Trec: Oh well, guess I hurt my neck for nothing.
Trec: Um, you're...
Melady: ...Melady. Do you always forget people's names?
Trec: It's a hobby.
Melady: ...... You are an odd individual, Sir Trec.
Trec: Do you think so? I think I'm pretty normal. Everyone tells me that they envy me because I look like I have no worries or anything. I have my concerns, too, you know.
Melady: Oh? Like what?
Trec: Well, the other day, I dreamed that I was a horse.
Melady: ...A horse.
Trec: I think that this dream has some kind of hidden meaning somewhere... It's been bothering me for some time now, and I've only been able to sleep at night.
Melady: Well... Thank you, Sir Trec.
Melady: I feel a little better now.
Trec: Really? Why would that be?
Per turn: +3
Melady: Zeiss! Behind you!
Zeiss: ...I'm sorry, Melady. I was preoccupied with the enemies in front of me.
Melady: Don't worry about it. Galle used to look out for me like this, too. If we can survive by helping each other out, then so much the better.
Zeiss: But it would be best if I could fend for myself...
Melady: You're still learning. It's all right, I'll protect you until grow strong enough.
Zeiss: But...that won't do. I have to become strong enough so I can protect her...!
Melady: Zeiss! Slow down! You have to be more careful!
Zeiss: I've got him!
Melady: ...Don't rush like that! You were lucky you were able to kill him...
Zeiss: Right... I was able to kill him. It's all right, Melady. I was fine.
Melady: That doesn't mean you'll win the next time!
Zeiss: ...But it doesn't mean I'll lose, either.
Melady: Zeiss... Why can't you listen to your big sister? I would never be able to forgive myself if I let something happen to you...
Zeiss: ...You don't trust me, do you. Am I so weak that I can't even be relied on?
Melady: Zeiss, I'm not saying that. Stop being a child.
Zeiss: Then... Stop treating me like one!
Melady: Zeiss! ...Why...?
Melady: That's it!
(Melady and Zeiss leave and reappear again)
Melady: Zeiss! What were you thinking, taking a blow for me like that!?
Zeiss: ...Even you sometimes forget to pay attention to the enemies around you, too, huh? Are you all right?
Melady: Zeiss... What about you? Aren't you hurt?
Zeiss: It's just a scratch. Melady, your arm is bleeding... Hang on, I'll go get some vulneraries...
Melady: ...Thanks for saving me.
Zeiss: Why wouldn't I?
Melady: ...That Zeiss, protecting me? He's grown so much... Well, it's no wonder he got angry when I treated him like a child.
Per turn: +1
Yoder: Hm... So this is a wyvern.
Melady: You are...Bishop Yoder of the Elimine Church.
Yoder: Yes, pleased to meet you, Miss Melady. She is so passive... I would have imagined wyverns to be more ferocious creatures.
Melady: Trifinne will spread her wings and bare her fangs at my command. However, that is due to the training by the Bern Army. ...Perhaps she wishes not to be fighting at all.
Yoder: I see...
Melady: Trifinne and I trained together ever since we were still little. We trained hard to become a proud Dragon Knight in the service of our country.
Melady: I... I don't regret leaving Bern with Princess Guinevere. However, I still am a native of Bern... It is painful to fight against my former allies.
Melady: But I'm trying hard to get used to it. For Princess Guinevere...and for my country.
Yoder: Is something wrong, Miss Melady?
Melady: No... It's just that my home is in this area.
Yoder: Ah... So you have family there?
Melady: Yes, my grandfather and my parents. Both my father and his father were famed Dragon Knights. They would tell us stories of how they defeated legions of enemies in their time. They were so elated when my brother and I were knighted as Dragon Knights as well... I wonder what they're doing now...?
Yoder: ...Miss Melady... Your path has been a difficult one indeed. Forgive me, I can't do anything for you...
Melady: No... I appreciate you listening to me like this. Perhaps...I was looking for someone to talk to.
Yoder: If I will suffice, I shall be more than happy to hear your concerns. Don't forget, Miss Melady... You are not alone.
Melady: Thank you, Bishop Yoder...
Melady: Bishop Yoder, I must thank you for helping me so I wouldn't be alienated in the army...
Yoder: No...it is my pleasure. Trifinne...your master is a very kind-hearted lady.
Melady: I've put her through a lot of stress, too. I'm sure she never wanted to turn her back to Bern... I've dragged her along with my selfish motives...
Yoder: Do you think so?
Yoder: I understand that Bern's training implants absolute loyalty in their troops. Both in their knights, and their mounts.
Yoder: If that is the case, then why is Trifinne following your orders and fighting against Bern?
Yoder: I am sure there were other Dragon Knights and even Bern's generals in the enemy ranks. If this wyvern is simply a creature that follows the army's commands, she would not be here with you now.
Yoder: Do you understand? This wyvern thought on her own and made up her own mind. She chose to be with you. ...Just as you chose to be with Princess Guinevere.
Melady: ...She made up her own mind...
Yoder: You are a blessed person, Miss Melady. You always have close friends at your side. You have no need for me to do anything special.
Melady: Yes... Thank you...