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Rogues & Redeemers 2/Conversations

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This is a listing of optional conversations in Rogues & Redeemers 2, triggered when a character either speaks to a specific NPC ally character or gets into battle against a specific enemy character.

Conversations with ally characters

Say'ri with Julius

Say'ri: Pray pardon, sir. Might we speak for a moment?
Julius: Speak? What of?
Say'ri: I have heard some...distressing rumors about you.
Julius: Oh? Do tell.
Say'ri: Tis said you put folk to the sword if you even suspect they oppose you.
Julius: then you would chide me for being cautious?
Say'ri: Nay, sir. But I question whether it be caution, or simply indiscretion.
Julius: The only way to fall under suspicion is to do something suspicious.
Say'ri: But you have killed commoners. Farmers. What harm can a farmer do?
Julius: None, if he's dead. I would kill my own family if they deserved it.
Say'ri: ...Have you ever come to blows with your own kin?
Julius: Aye. My parents, my sister, the man who dares to claim himself my brother- I've taught them all a lesson.
Say'ri: How can you be so calm about it? When my brother and I came to blows, I thought the grief would tear me apart.
Julius: I put those emotions aside long ago... Now, is this discussion over? If you don't like who I kill, you are free to try and stop me.
Say'ri: ......

Flavia with Nergal

Nergal: Find another patch of land to make your stand, stranger. This one is mine..
Flavia: Right... A pleasure to meet you too, sunshine. But I fight where I please. And that includes next to my allies.
Nergal: Allies? That was my army's doing. I didn't ask for trouble to be thrust upon me.
Flavia: Why so much vitriol? Did some comrade betray you in the past?
Nergal: No. But I know one eventually will... It's simply human nature. So why endanger my ambitions with such uncertainty?
Flavia: ...It seems you and I will never see eye to eye. But I still intend to fight where I will. I owe it to my army.
Nergal: Do as you please.

Lucina with Arvis

Lucina: Lord Arvis. A moment of your time?
Arvis: What is it?
Lucina: I've been reflecting on you and your associates' tactics, and...well... Don't you think you're being a tad excessive?
Arvis: We're only doing what is necessary.
Lucina: But innocent people are getting caught up in the fighting!
Arvis: A small price to pay if it means destroying our enemies once and for all.
Lucina: But that's mad! Even if you defeat your enemies, they'll just reappear and—oops.
Arvis: What are you saying?
Lucina: Nothing. Forgive me—I misspoke.
Arvis: Fire destroys, but it also tempers. A burnt crop comes back stronger. I can see you are still young, but one day you will understand.
Lucina: How do I convince him this is all meaningless? They all think they're real...

Brady with Hardin

Hardin: What do you want, outlander?
Brady: How about a little gods-damned respect, you punk?
Hardin: I didn't summon you. And I don't need your help.
Brady: Oh yeah?!
Hardin: I tire of watching the world choke on the wretched men who walk it. Only I can wipe it clean of its filth.
Brady: Uh...
Hardin: Since you are not of this world, I will spare you my wrath. But do not interfere! I am warning you.
Brady: ...What the heck? Why are our allies a bunch of lunatics?

Yarne with Zephiel

Zephiel: You're not human.
Yarne: So? Is there a problem?
Zephiel: None at all. If anything, I envy you.
Yarne: What? ...Why would you envy me?
Zephiel: Humans are disgusting. We covet what we cannot have, and then we kill our own blood to get it. Just because we outnumber the other races, we think we own the world. I'd probably be better off if I'd been born to a more decent species.
Yarne: ...Perhaps you sell humans short. Many I know are decent folk... They have supported and helped me.
Zephiel: How can you defend humanity? Don't try and tell me they've treated your race kindly.
Yarne: I won't. But I also won't paint all humans with the same brush.
Zephiel: I can't listen to this madness.
Yarne: ...What was that all about? Gods know what happened to him to make him hate his own kind...

Tiki with Gharnef

Tiki: What? Gharnef...
Gharnef: Oh my. Look how you have grown. Heh heh...
Tiki: You stay away from me!
Gharnef: How cold... That's no way to treat an old friend after all these years.
Tiki: You're no friend of mine. I remember how you hypnotized me—the terrible things you made me do!
Gharnef: As do do I. But here we are, teammates. We must work together. Or will you jeopardize the entire battle over some timeworn grudge?
Tiki: I'll fight with you because my army demands it. But don't expect me to even pretend to trust you, you monster.
Gharnef: Heh. As you wish. There will be ample time you over later.

Gangrel with the Black Knight

Gangrel: Look at this big pile of tin! Is there a man underneath all that armor?
Black Knight: What do you want?
Gangrel: Perhaps we might start with a name.
Black Knight: ......
Gangrel: Your name? ...That word people scream at you sometimes? Or should I pick one out myself? Cauldron-Face? Iron-Crotch?
Black Knight: Where I come from—
Gangrel: One offers their name before they ask for one? Fine, then: I'm Gangrel. Your turn.
Black Knight: They call me the Black Knight.
Gangrel: ..."The Black Knight"? ...Bwa ha ha ha! What pompous nonsense! Are you not laughing inside there as well?
Black Knight: Grr...
Gangrel: Aww, what's the matter? Don't care for the taste of honesty? I can lie if you prefer... That armor is most impressive! And so intimidating! Ooh my, yes!
Black knight: ...That's enough!
Gangrel: Ah ah ah! Put the sharp objects away, please. We're allies, remember? It's solidarity that will win the day! Anyways, a pleasure to meet you, good sir Black Kn—pfffa bwa ha ha! Oh, I can't even say it with a straight face!
Black Knight: With allies like him, who need enemies?

Walhart with Raydrik

Raydrik: You there. I know a man of ability when I see one. Why don't you and I join forces?
Walhart: ...To what end?
Raydrik: To lay waste to my enemies! To conquer the world and force all to kneel before me!
Walhart: ...And then what?
Raydrik: Beg pardon?
Walhart: I want to know what you'll do once you have the world at your feet.
Raydrik: What? Well, that's obvious. I'd, er...
Walhart: ...You have no idea, do you? Pathetic...
Raydrik: I... I am not!
Walhart: A conquest with no purpose cannot be called a conquest. You want me to waste my talents on YOU? A schoolyard bully with a stick could dream up greater ambitions!
Raydrik: B-bully?!
Walhart: Leave me be, lest your stupidity somehow infect me as well.
Raydrik: I...I'll have your tongue for that! ...Wait! Stop, damn you!

Emmeryn with Ashnard

Ashnard: Why are you here?
Emmeryn: Me...?
Ashnard: War is no place for a broken woman such as you.
Emmeryn: The help...
Ashnard: Ha! What help can you offer? You're powerless. You can't even help yourself...
Emmeryn: Power...less?
Ashnard: That's right. Power makes the world go round. The strong are destined to flush out weak creatures like you.
Emmeryn: No...Not true... The weak...have a this world.
Ashnard: Oh? And I suppose you're going to prove it to me?
Emmeryn: ...Yes.
Ashnard: This should be interesting. Very well—show me what you can do, little mouse!
Emmeryn: Yes...!

Priam with Lyon

Priam: No... It's not enough! I must grow stronger!
Lyon: Oh, so it's power you seek?
Priam: Huh? ...How long have you been standing there?
Lyon: Long enough. I heard you talking to yourself. Why not answer my question? Do you seek power, or not?
Priam: I do, but...
Lyon: I know an easy road to power. Shall I tell you?
Priam: An easy road...
Lyon: That's right. You just need to meet a friend of mine. Do all that he says, and you will have power beyond belief.
Priam: Just like that?
Lyon: Of course. How do you think I became so powerful?
Priam: ...I don't know. It feels like a bad idea...
Lyon: How could boundless power ever be a bad idea?
Priam: No, the "boundless power" part sounds great. But...I can't explain it... Something about all this just There are no easy roads. Only easy mistakes.
Lyon: I see.
Priam: Sorry to turn down your generous offer. ...So long.
Lyon: Hmm... There's no outwitting a man with experience.

Conversations with enemy characters

Chrom vs. Pr. Marth

Pr. Marth: Are you the commander of the otherworldly forces?
Chrom: Yes. But don't try and dissuade me. We must see our task here through.
Pr. Marth: You'll have to win that right!

Robin vs. Katarina

Robin: You're the enemy commander, are you not?
Katarina: No.
Robin: What? You aren't? ...Truly?
Katarina: Not technically. I'm a sort of...commander by proxy, I suppose... It's complicated!
Robin: Um...right. Sorry I asked. Shall we?

Robin(M) vs. Saias

Robin: What are you doing on the front lines, tactician?
Saias: I'm here for the same reason as you.
Robin: To play a part in your own victory? I'm afraid that will only hold true for one of us!

Frederick vs. Eldigan

Eldigan: Why are you fighting? This world is of no consequence to you.
Frederick: I fight because my prince bids it.
Eldigan: Then you will die because your prince bids it.

Sully vs. Lyn

Sully: You look like you've taken down your share of rogues. Care to try your luck against me?
Lyn: It's your funeral.

Virion vs. Eliwood

Virion: Shall I instruct you in the wellborn ways of war, sir?
Eliwood: No thank you. I'll fight my own way!

Vaike vs. Ephraim

Vaike: Come on! Let's see you go a round with the Vaike!
Ephraim: Huh? Why are you so intent on fighting ME?
Vaike: Let's just say you remind teach of his favorite pupil. Now enough questions, kiddo! Come at me!

Sumia vs. Julia

Julia: Why do you insist on tormenting us?
Sumia: "Torment"?! That's kind of a strong word, don't you think? We have our reasons; you have yours. Can't we just leave it at that?

Lon'qu vs. Marisa

Lon'qu: Tsk... I don't fight women.
Marisa: Why not? Scared?
Lon'qu: What?! ...Fine, I'll make an exception!

Ricken vs. Raigh

Raigh: Hmph. Go away. I won't fight women or children.
Ricken: YOU'RE a child, you fool.
Raigh: What?! Rrgh... I am not! You asked for it!

Gaius vs. Seliph

Gaius: Ugh. This guy looks like a handful...
Seliph: Then spare yourself the trouble and return whence you came.
Gaius: Sorry, but neither one of us is leaving until we trade some bruises.

Cordelia vs. Leif

Leif: You will never have this land!
Cordelia: We don't want the land. We want you off of it!

Gregor vs. Roy

Gregor: Oy. You look like tough guy, yes?
Roy: I don't know about that, but I want this victory more than you do.
Gregor: Oh really? Ha! Is news to Gregor.

Tharja vs. Lilina

Tharja: I can feel it...the limitless magic coursing through you...
Lilina: Don't look at me like that...
Tharja: Why not? You're about to become fodder for my darkest maledictions.

Olivia vs. Navarre

Olivia: J-just so you know, I may look weak, but I'm a key player in my army!
Navarre: Fascinating. Your point?
Olivia: I was just worried you wouldn't bother with me otherwise...

Olivia vs. Sothe

Olivia: He looks so strong... How do I get his attention? I have to take him down, but I'm too shy to make the first move...
Sothe: Should I just leave, or...?
Olivia: W-wait! I'll fight you!

Henry vs. Micaiah

Henry: Are you sure you want to do this? I tend to make a mess of people.
Micaiah: All the more reason to keep you away from my friends!

Basilio vs. Nanna

Basilio: You're a brave little lady to come pick a fight with old Basilio.
Nanna: I must fight. Courage has nothing to do with it.
Basilio: Ha! Well said... Then let's get this scuffle started!

Flavia vs. Sigurd

Flavia: Well, now. You seem like a man worth fighting!
Sigurd: Your compliments will buy you no mercy.

Anna vs. Sephiran

Sephiran: You're a merchant, are you now? How much to buy your allegiance?
Anna: Um...sorry. I'm not for sale. Money doesn't buy everything. ...Just MOST things.
Sephiran: Then we'll settle this with the oldest currency there is: violence!

Owain vs. Jaffar

Jaffar: Step aside, or die where you stand.
Owain: What? Say what you will, villain. But the exalted power in my veins will—
Jaffar: ...I won't warn you again, boy.
Owain: Huh? Y-you get that bloodthirsty look out of your eye! I...I am Owain! I am the dawn to end your darkness! Charge!

Brady vs. Ares

Ares: Leave, boy, before I make you a scabbard for my sword.
Brady: Oh yeah? I'd like to see you try, punk!

Kjelle vs. Celica

Kjelle: You! I know a worthy warrior when I see one. I challenge you to sportly combat!
Celica: As you wish. It's not my nature to turn down so direct an invitation!

Cynthia vs. Eirika

Cynthia: You there! They call me Cynthia, punisher of evil! Never have I faced a worthier foe.
Eirika: ...Really? Thank you.
Cynthia: You're welcome. ...Wait! No you're not! You're supposed to respond with some kind of epic retort!
Eirika: Er...if you say so. ...Can we just fight now?

Severa vs. Deirdre

Severa: What? You don't look very strong. Do you even know how to fight?
Deirdre: Of course. My comrades are counting on me to do my part. And I dare not leave the man I love, lest I never see him ag—
Severa: Stop mumbling! All I asked was if you can fight or not! I'll see for myself!

Yarne vs. Elincia

Elincia: What is a laguz doing here? ...Wait. No, you're different.
Yarne: I'm a taguel. And you'd better believe I won't be the last!

Noire vs. Jamke

Jamke: I'm no mastermind, but I still won't fall so easily!

Yen'fay vs. Alm

Alm: I won't yield this land to you. I don't care what it costs me!
Yen'fay: Then let us hope your determination can stop steel, boy.

Aversa vs. Caeda

Aversa: Well, well. Aren't you a pretty little princess? Why don't you join our side and let me give you some private instruction?
Caeda: Get away, you indecent creature!
Aversa: Heh heh. So innocent! I'm going to enjoy breaking you in.

Priam vs. Ike

Priam: I know this man. He's a legend...
Ike: Why are you staring?
Priam: Nothing... Just taking a good look at the warrior I'm about to surpass!