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The Port of Badon/Script (Hector)

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Introduction

After speaking with the Ostian spy Leila, the group decides they must travel to Valor, the Dread Isle. The small island, located south of Lycia, is said to be home to the Dragon's Gate. Heading for the southern coast of Caelin, they seek passage in the port of Badon.

Opening

Hector: Listen! We need a boat to Valor!
Man: You want a boat to the Dread Isle? You're mad! No way! Never! There's no one in this village who'll sail there!
Lyn: Please, we're in a hurry. Can you give us passage?
Eliwood: If you won't help us, can you take us to someone who will? Please.
Man: You must be on urgent business, that's certain. ......There may be one way...
Eliwood: What is it? Tell us, please!
Man: Pirates.
Lyn: Eh? Pirates?
Man: Uh-huh. They're fearless, or as close as makes no difference, and they'll go anywhere for a fee. Who knows? They might decide to accept your mad offer.
Hector: Pirates... Looks like we've no choice.
Lyn: Are you serious, Hector? Working with pirates? That's unbelievable!
Hector: You're considering it, aren't you, Eliwood?
Eliwood: If there's no other way, what else can we do?
Lyn: You, too, Eliwood? I've misjudged you... It's foolishness to trust the goodwill of pirates! I'm finding another way!
(Lyn leaves)
Hector: Why is she so angry?
Eliwood: I heard that Lyndis's parents were slain by bandits. Bandits at land, pirates at sea... They're all the same to Lyndis. Lawbreakers and murderers.
Hector: I see... My parents died of illness... But I can appreciate her feelings. Shall we abandon the pirate plan?
Eliwood: But...
Man: Too bad about the girl, but there's no other way.
Eliwood: Let's meet the pirates. We can't decide until then.
Hector: That's true.
Man: That inn over there is a known favorite of the local freebooters. They're reckless and unpredictable. Best be prepared.

(Eliwood and Hector move east and enter the inn)

Fargus: Well, whelps, what is it you wanted to see me about?
Hector: I'm Hector. You're the pirate chief, Fargus, right?
Fargus: Gwah ha ha! Tell me something, lad, where were you raised? Is that the tone you take when you're about to ask a favor?
Hector: You insolent...
Eliwood: Peace, Hector!
Hector: Bah...don't worry. All right, I'm sorry, old man. OK? Listen, we need your help.
Fargus: Hmph...you're an odd bird. You sure you're noble born? I'm Fargus, captain of the Davros. Now what do you want?
Hector: We want you to sail us to Valor.
Fargus: How much will you pay?
Hector: Don't know the current rate. How much do you need?
Fargus: 100,000 gold.
Hector: What!? 100,000 gold?! You're daft, old man!
Eliwood: Well, will you pay?
Hector: Very well. We don't have it with us. We'll get your gold and be back here as quickly as possible. Let's go, Eliwood.
(Hector leaves)
Eliwood: Hector?

(Hector and Eliwood exit the inn)

Eliwood: Hector! Where do you plan on getting 100,000 gold?
Hector: I've got a plan.
Eliwood: A plan?
Hector: I've got to get back to Ostia.
Eliwood: Oh...you're going to ask Lord Uther for the gold.
Hector: Don't be stupid! I will not kneel at my brother's feet to beg for money!
Eliwood: Then why are you going to Ostia?
Hector: I've got some ceremonial garb, armor, helmet, books... I'll bring it all and sell it!
Eliwood: Hector... Are you sure about this?
Hector: Yes. My brother would be unwilling to part with that much money... Not without knowing the reason why. And we don't have time to waste! There's not much I can take freely, but it's a start. We'll take that money to the arena and raise 100,000 gold!
Eliwood: Good idea, Hector. I'm off to Pherae!
Dart: Ahoy! Hold your ground, boys!
Hector: What now? We don't have the money yet.
Dart: Fool! Of course you don't! I know that. The captain's got a message for you.
Eliwood: A message?
Dart: All of my mates in this village are going to attack you. If you can beat us all and get to the ship unharmed, he'll give you passage.
Eliwood: For free? No gold?
Dart: The captain's a tad off-kilter. He'd rather have a bit o' fun with you than take your gold. Smooth sailing to you.

(Dart moves west)

Dart: Hey! Landlubbers! Over here! I'm over here!
Eliwood: Do you think he's serious?
Hector: Just play along. Let's go!
Dart: Listen! The captain's waiting at the docks. Talk to him, and you're the winner! Trust me, though... Don't make the mistake of attacking him! You anger the captain, and there's no turning back! Don't forget!!

(Lyn exits a village)

Lyn: I couldn't find a ship after all. But we have to get to that island... Looks like I'll have to endure pirates. Hm? What was that? Commotion in the village?

(Lyn moves to Hector)

Hector: Oh! Lyn! Nice timing. We need your help!
Lyn: You're battling the pirates?
Eliwood: Fighting and... Look, we have to reach the docks and speak to the captain! This is a test to see whether or not he'll give us passage.
Lyn: I don't understand, but... I'm here, so let me help!

Augury

Hannah: Heh heh heh... So, you seek insight into your next battle? Will you pay my price? 50 gold!

Hannah: Oh... Oh, my... Things have gotten out of hand, haven't they? Concentrate... Go around... Around is best. You should speak with the locals. You might even meet someone. Don't waste your time with every single house though.

Hannah: That...is all I see. But maybe you want to hear it again, yes?

In battle

Player phase of turn 1, if Mark is present and Raven is deployed

Raven: So you're the tactician, huh? I'm Raven. I'm just a mercenary. I work for these guys now, so it looks like I'll take your orders. What are you waiting for? What do you need me to do?

Enemy phase of turn 2

(Damian and company appear)

Damian: What an interesting diversion. Maybe we should join in. Lord Eliwood of Pherae... You don't yet know to fear the Black Fang. Start grieving...for I will teach you that fear.

Upon a player unit acting within the southwest region

The "southwest region" is the area between columns 1–15 and rows 6–15.

Fargus: What mooncalves! I would've let 'em sit there if they hadn't come any closer. Up and at 'em, mates! Attack!

Ending

If Fargus was not attacked

Fargus: Aha! You made it, whelps!
Hector: That was...hard...
Eliwood: Haa...haa... You'll give us passage now, won't you?
Fargus: I'm a man of the sea. I always keep my word.
(Lyn moves on screen)
Fargus: Are my old eyes lyin' to me? Is this beauty really with you? Gwaa ha ha ha!! My lucky day!
(Fargus leaves)
Lyn: ......
Hector: Listen, I know how you feel, but you have to accept it. We've no other choice!
Lyn: I know that! I haven't said a word, have I?
Eliwood: We can go to the Dread Isle now. Please, Father...be well.

If Fargus was attacked

Fargus: What's this? Are you spent already? Hm? Attacking someone you're asking a favor of? Insolent louts! I thought you smarter than that. You disappointed me. Go on! Away with you!! There's no ship that'll carry such conceited half-wits as you!! Never show your faces here again!!!

Villages and houses

Northwest village

Man: Are you interested in this sword here? It's called a lancereaver. It's an incredible sword to take against lances. Still, it is a little weak against axes. Go ahead, take it. You're going to the Dread Isle, right? If you want to avoid the pirates, go behind the shop. From there, just head straight down the alley. Good luck to you.

Second-west village

Man: You're a brave soul to come to such a perilous place. Here. You should have this staff. You can use it to make those whose magical resistances are weaker than your own fall asleep for a while. Whether it works or not depends on the skill of the wielder. Ho, yes. Looks like those pirates are bearing down on you. Maybe this staff will help you get away.

Middle village

Woman: You're being tested by pirates, with passage to the Dread Isle hanging in the balance? Here, use this bow. It's a rare beauty, eh? A Sacaen friend gave it to me, but I can't use it. Don't get yourself killed out there, OK?

Easternmost village

Canas: Pardon me! I was speaking with an old sailor a few moments ago. He told me that you're planning to travel to Valor. Is that so? Really? And that's why you're playing tag with these pirates?......I see. In that case, would you mind if I joined you? My name is Canas. I'm a scholar of sorts... I've been seeking passage to Valor, but none will take me. My proposal probably sounds somewhat selfish, no? You should know, I can help in combat. I've some skill with a form of elder magic... Some call it dark magic, a rather biased term, if I must be blunt. But at the very least, I can take care of myself, and perhaps others.

Second-east village

Man: This path leads to danger. The pirates are waiting for you. Do you not think it would be better to find another route? You've risked much to come here. I can't let you leave empty-handed. Take this axe. What do you think? Nice, isn't it? However...it's cursed. It's a mighty weapon, but if one with bad luck wields it... Oooh! Terrible, terrible, I tell you. Don't use it unless you have to.

Inn

Anna: I heard about your contest with the pirate captain, Fargus. You've got nerve, I'll give you that! Let me give you some advice. Don't try to overpower the pirates. Take the narrow path next to us, and follow the wall toward the sea. Pass in front of the last house, and stay close to the sea wall. You should be able to get to Fargus and win your game! Why do I know all this? Well, my sweetie's a pirate. His name's Jake, and he's the best. If you see him, tell him Anna's worried about him!

House

Man: Have you been to the arena yet? It's filled with toughs and bravados. You can get rich there... All you have to do is wager and win. If you're beaten, however, you lose both money and life. If you think you're going to lose, press the B Button to give up. Remember, you can't give up if you're dead, so don't wait too long.

Battle quotes

Fighting Fargus

Fargus: Hey, there! What are you on about? Do you think to test me? Gwaa ha ha ha ha ha! You're a daft lot!!! I respect your courage, but you've chosen the wrong foe. If you can't judge your enemy's skill, you'll wind up fish food. You'll do well to remember that if you're lucky enough to live.

Defeating Fargus

Fargus: Uugwoh... Can't believe...you...beat...me... You've...lost...your way...to...the Dread...Isle...for good...

Defeating Dart

Dart: You... You're good! I've no choice but to withdraw.

Fighting Damian

Damian: You're about to die. Scream if you must.

Defeating Damian

Damian: Gaa...ha... Crow in...triumph...you've--