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Per turn: +1
|Ending||Sue accompanied Roy to Lycia, where she married him and became the mistress of Pherae. However, she never could cast away her love for nature, and her behavior sometimes troubled those around her, who were not familiar with Sacaean culture.|
Roy: Whew, I've finished outlining the troops' positions...
Sue: Lord Roy.
Roy: Huh?! Oh, Sue. Hello.
Sue: What's the matter? You have a strange look on your face.
Roy: I was just surprised that you spoke to me.
Roy: Yes... I never see you speaking with other people. You don't like talking much, do you?
Sue: That's not the reason.
Roy: It isn't?
Sue: I simply prefer communing with nature over people.
Sue: The breeze, the trees, the sky, the brooks... They all speak to us.
Roy: They do?
Sue: They do. Listen and you'll hear them. You can't hear them simply because you don't listen. I bid you farewell for now.
Roy: Wait, you didn't have anything to tell me?
Sue: I did. I just told you.
Sue: Listen to nature, and you'll hear all sorts of voices. It will bring you peace of mind and soul. You won't be able to hear them if you're tense all the time.
Roy: Was she trying to help me because I look so tired...? Thank you, Sue.
Sue: Lord Roy?
Roy: Thanks for your advice.
Sue: ...You look better.
Roy: Do I?
Sue: Your aura... has improved.
Roy: What do you mean?
Sue: It is softer. More comfortable.
Roy: Do you think so? I can't really tell.
Sue:Hm hm hm... Perhaps such things cannot be sensed by those who work the land.
Sue: What is it?
Roy: That's the first time I've heard you laugh.
Roy: Yes. Your laugh has a good aura to it, too.
Sue: ...Thank you.
Roy: What are you going to do when this war is over?
Sue: I'll return to Sacae.
Roy: But wasn't the Kutolah clan destroyed by Bern...?
Sue: We will gather everyone once more. Perhaps the Kutolah name is no more, but our clansmen survive.
Roy: That's... Well, I guess that's the right thing to do.
Sue: Why do you ask?
Roy: I thought if you had no place to go that you could come to Pherae.
Sue: Pherae...your home.
Roy: Right... It's not a huge area, but it's a nice and peaceful place.
Sue: It would be nice... But my heart belongs in the plains of Sacae.
Roy: I understand. But tell me if you ever change your mind.
Sue: Lord Roy.
Sue: Thank you for your concern.
Roy: You're very welcome.
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Wolt: All right, where's the next enemy?
Wolt: Hm? Do you need something, Sue?
Sue: You use a bow, too.
Wolt: Yeah, I do.
Sue: Why don't you ride a horse?
Wolt: I've always fought like this. On my feet.
Sue: Isn't it hard to fight on the ground?
Wolt: No, not really. I mean, I think it would be harder trying to shoot from horseback.
Sue: I see...
Wolt: Uh, Sue? ...What was that all about?
Wolt: Oh hi, Sue.
Sue: I think it's better to fight on horseback.
Wolt: What? ...You mean with a bow?
Sue: Yes. With a horse, it's easier to approach and retreat from your target.
Wolt: Well, to each their own... Wait, did you try getting off your horse and shooting from the ground?
Sue: Yes. I wanted to try it.
Wolt: You could have hurt yourself! You can't try new ways of fighting like that during a battle!
Sue: No, it wasn't in battle. I just shot at some trees near the camp.
Sue: Thank you.
Wolt: For what?
Sue: Thank you for being so concerned about me.
Wolt: Well... We're allies, right?
Sue: Wolt? What's the matter? You're out of breath.
Wolt: ...It sure is tough trying to keep up with a horse... I mean, I remember you said it was easier to approach your target. So...
Sue: You tried it?
Wolt: I thought I may as well.
Sue: What did you think?
Wolt: Well, a horse's speed is unbeatable. But still, I'm more stable on foot...
Sue: You said it was dangerous to try new ways of fighting in battle.
Wolt: ...Oh, I did, didn't I? I only tried it for a bit. It's okay.
Sue: If you want to take advantage of a horse's speed, you can ride behind me.
Wolt: That's all right with you?
Sue: I don't think you'll be able to shoot very well, though...
Wolt: Shoot? I don't think I'd be able to stay on, let alone shoot! I think I'll stay on the ground. It feels more natural to me.
Sue: Ha ha ha. That is probably for the best.
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Sin: Lady Sue, please step back. It's not wise to linger around the front.
Sue: Sin, this is a battlefield. I have to go up front to fight.
Sin: I will do the fighting. You must think of your safety.
Sue: My archery skills have gotten much better than before. I'm sure I can be of help to the army.
Sin: I have orders from the Silver Wolf to keep you safe. I will not allow you to put yourself in danger.
Sue: ...Yes. I will do as you say.
Sin: Thank you.
Sue: You sound like Grandpa when you argue with me.
Sin: Of course. The Silver Wolf is whom I respect the most.
Sin: Lady Sue, you're still staying up front, aren't you?
Sue: I understand your concern, but I can't be just sitting around doing nothing, either. I can't stand simply watching the others fight while I hide in safety.
Sin: I do understand how you feel. But Lady Sue, please don't push yourself over the limit. You are the clan's last hope.
Sue: Then that is more the reason I should go up front and fight.
Sin: That depends on the place and time. Not everyone will follow somebody just because he is fighting in the front lines. Lady Sue, we have a goal. We must gather our people and reconstruct the Kutolah clan. Please do not forget that.
Sue: You, too.
Sin: Huh? Me?
Sue: I don't want you to push yourself over the limit to protect me, either. I am not the only one working to reconstruct the clan.
Sin: Yes, you're right. I shall remember that, my lady.
Sue: Thank you. Do you promise not to stress yourself?
Sue: Sin, are you all right?
Sin: What is the matter, Lady Sue? You don't look well...
Sue: I heard you were ambushed...
Sin: I'm not hurt, my lady.
Sue: ...Sin, I want you to retreat to the back lines. I will take over for you.
Sin: What are you saying, Lady Sue? It should be the other way around!
Sue: I've made up my mind. You're going to step back.
Sue: Retreat to the back lines, Sin! This is an order.
Sin: Is something wrong? You're not acting like yourself.
Sue: ...Everyone... They were all killed by Bern... I couldn't even track down the traitor in our ranks, and...our clansmen were all killed, right in front of my eyes... I was helpless, Sin. I don't want to experience that feeling again. I don't want to lose you!
Sin: Lady Sue...
Sue: You must not die before I do. Understood?
Sin: I was ordered to protect you, Lady Sue. There is no way I would leave you and die.
Sue: Do you promise?
Sin: I shall swear to Father Sky and Mother Earth.
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Fae: La la laaa ... Oh! It's Sue!
Sue: You look like you're having fun, Fae.
Fae: Yes, Fae's having lots and lots of fun! Fae gets to play outside, now!
Sue: Is that what's fun?
Fae: Yeah. Fae was never allowed to play outside before.
Sue: Never...? You always stayed indoors?
Fae: La la la laa...
Sue: Always inside... She never knew the blessing of the Sky or the warmth of the Earth...
Sue: What's wrong, Fae?
Fae: Can Fae ride on your horse some time?
Sue: My horse? Of course, you can ride her now...
Fae: No, not now. Roy told Fae not to bug the others!
Sue: I see...
Fae: Yeah. There's a place Fae wants to go on the horse!
Fae: A place with lots of pretty flowers! Or a place where the sun's shining and it's all nice and warm!
Sue: ...All right. We'll go sometime.
Fae: Yay! Thank you, Sue!
Fae: Fae wants to go to lots of other places, too! Fae wants to learn more about the big outside world.
Sue: Yes... Once this war is over, we can go to many different places.
Sue: Yes. There are many things in this world that have been nurtured by the Sky's blessings and the Earth's warmth. We can go see all those things.
Fae: Hmm... Fae doesn't get it.
Sue: You'll understand when you get a little older. I know you will.
Per turn: +3
Dayan: Sue? What's wrong?
Sue: I must apologize.
Dayan: Because you couldn't get all of our clansmen to escape?
Dayan: There was a traitor among us. It couldn't be helped.
Sue: Yes, it could. I am the granddaughter of the Silver Wolf. I had to be able to lead our clansmen to safety, no matter what the situation. But I...
Dayan: I'm the one who gave you those orders. It is my responsibility.
Dayan: Did you abandon your fellow clansmen and flee all on your own?
Sue: Never! When the enemy appeared, I rushed at them to make time for our people to escape. But that was a decoy... The enemy's main forces were stationed right where everyone fled to...
Dayan: Good. You did your best. I'm sure you can't forget it so easily, but you must at least get over it.
Sue: Yes... I'll try.
Dayan: Sue, are you feeling better now?
Dayan: I see you're still suffering over it. Well, I suppose you can't get over it that easily...
Sue: I... I just let our people...
Dayan: ...Sue, let's go out for a long ride after this battle.
Sue: A long ride? In a time like this?
Dayan: Especially in a time like this. You could get yourself killed fighting with other things occupying your mind. Do you understand?
Sue: Yes. But...
Dayan: You must listen more carefully to the voice of Father Sky and Mother Earth. We humans are but tiny creatures compared to the size of the great Sky and Earth. Haven't I always been telling you this?
Sue: But I am listening...!
Dayan: No, you're only listening to your own voice. We're leaving for a while after this battle. Understood?
Sue: ...I'll do as you say.
Dayan: Good girl.
Dayan: You look a lot better now, Sue.
Sue: Yes. I still can't forget that I couldn't rescue our fellow clansmen, but I've decided not to dwell over the past anymore. I'll look towards the future.
Dayan: Ah, it seems that you've learned something from our ride the other day.
Sue: I was able to listen to nature's voices for a change.
Dayan: Good! I couldn't stand seeing you look so distressed.
Sue: I never had such a look on my face. No one ever told me that.
Dayan: The others wouldn't know, but I would. I'm your grandfather. I've known you ever since you were born.
Sue: Oh... Grandpa.
Sue: Thank you.
Dayan: I was only doing my duty as your Grandpa.
Sue: Yes, I know.