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Official Profile

Age 12
Height 141 cm
Race Erune
Hobbies Studying, leaf-whistling
Likes Listening to music, her family, her hometown
Dislikes Archery (she is neither good nor bad at it), angry shouting
Character Release
先日サイドストーリーに追加されました「過日の痕、明日への扉」にて登場したアステールが、朱色の旅装に身を包んだ火属性のSレアキャラクターとして登場! なのです!

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* This is an unofficial, amateur translation.
Age 12歳
Height 141cm
Race エルーン
Hobbies 勉強、草笛
Likes 音楽を聴くこと、家族、故郷
Dislikes 弓矢(下手ではないが上手くもない)、怒鳴り声
Character Release
先日サイドストーリーに追加されました「過日の痕、明日への扉」にて登場したアステールが、朱色の旅装に身を包んだ火属性のSレアキャラクターとして登場! なのです!

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  • Aster has character banter with SuteraAny version.
  • Although Aster refers to Sutera and Metera as big sisters, they are in fact not related to Aster.
  • Aster, Sutera and Metera all hail from the same village on the island of Cizierma

Special Cutscenes

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Happy Birthday Cutscenes
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I wish you a very happy birthday!
I want to celebrate again next year with my favorite captain!


Happy birthday, (Captain)!
Ehehe. I can't wait to celebrate with you!
You're always taking care of me.
But today I'm going to take care of you, (Captain)!
Just let me know what you want!
You don't have to be so modest about it. It's a present from me to you!


Happy birthday to you, (Captain)!
Your birthday parties are always so rowdy!
I guess that's because everyone thinks the world of you.
Of course I think so too. You're always in my heart, (Captain).
Um... So I got you this present.
They're tickets. One is for a shoulder massage, and this one is for a regular massage, both by me.
The last one is a one-day Aster pass!
When you use it, we'll go enjoy a day out at lots of fun places.
It's just what the doctor ordered!
I'll give you another ticket if you lose one.
So feel free to use them whenever you want. Teehee.


Happy birthday, (Captain)!
Um, so, uh... Come down here for a second!
Thank you... And, excuse me!
Glomp! Huuug attaaack!
A-and... Prepare for head-pats! Pat, pat, pat.
Sutera's head-pats always make me feel warm and fuzzy!
So... What do you think? Do you feel warm and fuzzy too?
Ehehe... I'm glad. You're always working so hard, (Captain). You deserve some warm fuzzies now and then.
Just say the word anytime you're tired out and need some Aster head-pats!


(Captain), happy birthday!
Your present this year... is me!
I'm all yours! Metera said I'd make for a wonderful gift!
I trained so hard just for today!
From cooking to cleaning to laundry to anything else, I'll take care of all your needs!
I'm going to serve you dutifully today to pay you back for all you've done for me, (Captain)!

Happy New Year Cutscenes
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Happy New Year, (Captain)!
My resolution is to be more helpful to you!


I want to wish you a very happy New Year, (Captain)!
My goal this year is to be a useful member of the crew!
Ehehe. If I make this promise with you, (Captain), then I'll definitely be able to do it.
I'm going to work real hard not to embarrass myself in front of you!
Please watch over me, (Captain)!


Looks like New Year's fortunes are being given out, (Captain)!
I want to pull for my fortune too! Can I?
Heehee, thanks!
Okay, here I go!
What's it say, what's it say?
B-bad luck?
Aw... That's too bad, but divine will is divine will.
You think the rest of what's written in the fortune is more important?
Hm, hm... You're right! There's a lot of valuable advice from the heavens written here!
Yes, I should take every piece of advice to heart. I'm going to do my best this year!
Please look forward to it, (Captain)!


Happy New Year, (Captain)!
Metera told me she would let me play pin the arrow on the Sutera this year!
But I better blindfold myself and practice first!
Would you mind helping me? You will? Thank you!
Okay... Here's the handkerchief! Make sure I can't see anything!


Good morning, (Captain)!
You smelled something so good that it woke you up?
Ehehe... I was making a soup that my mom and grandma taught me to make!
We used to have this all the time for New Year's.
With so many fresh vegetables picked from the forest, it's really delicious!
Would you like some too, (Captain)? It'll warm you right up!

Valentine's Day Cutscenes
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Ta-da! It's Valentine's Day chocolate!
Oh, and I made this chocolate myself... I want you to have it.


Sob... Sniff... Sniff...
Ack! No! Don't look, (Captain)!
I worked so hard, but... it turned out just awful...
I really wanted to make something tasty for you...
But it's no good! I couldn't do it!
Sniff... You already know how I feel? I... I...
Waaah! Hic... No, these aren't... sad tears... They're happy ones!
I won't mess up next time, because I really want to make something wonderful for you.


Happy Valentine's Day, (Captain)!
I made sure to make a few test sweets this year, and thankfully the real ones came out just great!
But I think I might have gone overboard...
I kind of spaced out wondering how to match your tastes and before I knew it...
Is it okay to give you this many sweets, (Captain)?
Phew... Thank goodness. Heehee.
I'm always thankful to have you, (Captain)!


Happy Valentine's Day, (Captain)!
This year I asked Lyria and Vyrn what your favorite flavors are!
So I think this year's chocolates are going to taste a lot better than last year's.
But, still, what if you don't like them? Would you try one right now for me?
Oh, you'll get your hands dirty though.
Here, I'll pop it into your mouth! Is that okay?
Hehe... Thank you!
Okay, open up and say, "ahhh"!


(Captain), happy Valentine's!
Whenever this time of the year rolls around, I think about you so much.
I get to wondering what kind of sweets would put the biggest smile on your face.
Ehehe... Even though I worry about it, I end up feeling so fuzzy inside.
And making the sweets is so much fun too. I feel like I'm blessed!
I just wanted you to know how I felt in making these, (Captain)...
I hope you enjoy them.

White Chocolate Cake
White Day Cutscenes
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Huh? Wha? Can I really have this?
Thank you so much! It's wonderful!
Oh, this is too much for me to handle!
I can't believe I'm holding a box of your feelings...
I'm going to put this where I can see it everyday! Hm? It'll go bad if I don't eat it?
Oh... Well, I can still keep the box! Even when empty it's just as good!


What seems to be the matter, (Captain)?
Huh? Y-you're giving this to me?
Oh, that's right! Today is White Day...
Thank you so very much! This makes me really happy!
And this box is so lovely, just like last time!
Teehee. I'm always grateful to have you. From now even more so!


F-for me? In return for Valentine's Day?
Thank you so much!
Giving and receiving gifts filled with feelings...
There's no happier feeling than that! Heehee.
The candies I'll make next year are going to be super-duper full of blessings!


Wow, a thank you present for me? Thank you!
Hehe... Gifts from (Captain) make me really happy!
Huh? Some slips of paper fell out of the box. Let's see what they say... "Redeemable for one whole day of studying together" and "redeemable for one whole day of playing together"?
Whoa! I get to spend the whole day with you! These are amazing coupons!
I can't wait to study history or practice my reed flute with you!
There's lots of other stuff I want to try together too!
I'm so, so happy! I'm going to make the most of these coupons!


Wha... A White Day gift for me?
Thank you so very much! Thank you, thank you, thank you to bits and pieces!
I think I have a few more thank-you's in me... Thanks a million!
Ehehe... I hope you see how thankful I am!
To know that you had me in your thoughts when choosing a present...
Makes me sooo happy!
Teehee, I can't wait go back to my room and open it up!

Trick or Treat Cutscenes
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Trick or treat!
Yikes! You want a trick? Um, um... Boo!


Eeyah! Mm...
How do you like my sneak attack bear hug from behind, (Captain)? Did I surprise you?
It's hard to think of a good trick. I thought about this one for a long time...
You like it? Yay! Did I surprise you, (Captain)?
Whee! Let's go play a few tricks on other people! Just for today!


(Captain)! Today is Halloween! Make sure to have lots of fun!
You know, I actually don't mind if you play a trick on me.
Teehee. But if you let your chance go by...
I'll be the one to play the trickster!


Happy Halloween, (Captain)!
I went around town saying "trick or treat" and I got a mountain of candy!
It's way too much for me to finish by myself though. Would you like to help me out?
Ehehe... We didn't have Halloween back in my village, but it's a really fun holiday!
I'd like to teach the people back home all about it!


(Captain), happy Halloween!
I was just putting up decorations for the Halloween party!
Teehee, look at the different expressions on all the jack-o-lanterns!
This one has a big, friendly smile, that one has a bouncy smirk, and the one down there has a toothy grin.
Mm-hm! They're all smiles and sunshine!
These jack-o-lanterns should help spread positive feelings for everyone!
Let's make this day a fun one, (Captain)!

Happy Holidays Cutscenes
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Happy holidays, (Captain)! Did you find any presents under the tree?


Oh! Hi, (Captain).
Umm... I was wondering if I've been good this year...
I'm always bugging you to take me on missions and doing other selfish things.
I'm sure I've caused trouble for Sutera too...
Hm? You think I've been good?
Ehehe. Thank you, (Captain)!
Even if I don't get any presents, I'll still be happy!


I helped with the holiday party preparations too, (Captain).
I think the best parties are the ones where you work really hard to make sure everything goes as planned!
I'm a good girl?
Mm... I don't really think so.
I'm actually a little worried about how I've behaved this year.
So I thought I should at least make myself especially useful for today.
But I'm sure Santa Claus can tell when kids are just trying to get on his nice list...
Huh? You don't think so?
Hehe. I feel so much better hearing that from you, (Captain)!
Um, well, maybe this is kind of a weird thing to say, but...
I think you've been really, really good this year too, (Captain)!
Santa will definitely pay us a visit!


(Captain), if you're not busy, do you wanna help me decorate the tree?
Hehehe... If we do a good job, then I'm sure everyone will enjoy looking at it!
Look, I've got ribbon and bells and white string—oh, and these sparkly balls!
But I can't reach the top to put the star on...
Climb on your back? That might work...
But what if I hurt you! This sounds risky, but here goes...
I was right! Hurry and put me down, (Captain), before your back starts to hurt!
Are you okay? Oh, you're used to picking up heavier stuff when you train...
Whew... Well thank goodness! Hehe...
Anyway, thank you very much! Thanks to you, the star is in its rightful place on top of the tree!


Wow, everyone's having so much fun. I should really join in...
Ah! (Captain)! I'll be going up too for the holiday talent show!
But I don't know if my reed pipe playing is going to impress anyone... Everyone else probably has more interesting talents to show...
Eep! Ahahaha! That tickles, (Captain)!
You sure surprised me! What was that for?
Me putting on a smile is what really matters?
Hm, you might be right... When I see people happily performing out in town, I find myself so entranced!
As long as I enjoy myself, the audience should have a great time too!
Thanks for the advice, (Captain). I'm feeling much better now.
But my hands are still shaking from being nervous...
If you don't mind... Could you hold my hands until it's my turn to go?

Fate Episodes

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Apprentice Archer

Aster participates in a wyvern-hunting mission as a member of the crew's archer team. Not very well accustomed to intense battles, she is unable to give it her all. Upon completion of the mission, the crew learns that more wyverns will come attacking soon enough. Aster asks Milleore and Sahli Lao to train her so that she will be better prepared next time.

One day, (Captain) and the crew undertake a wyvern-hunting mission.
They decide to split into teams to handle the request, including one team consisting of five talented archers.
The archers assume their position high atop a mountain, scanning the skies until they spot the faint outlines of wyverns in the distance.
Sahli Lao: Oho! Looks like our targets have finally shown themselves. Guess we ought to get ready to intercept them!
Sahli Lao not in crew

Sahli Lao is a crossbow-wielding Harvin who was previously a soldier in her hometown.
She first met the crew while on a journey to rid herself of her stage fright in battle.
Milleore: Hmm... There are more of them than I expected. But we shouldn't have an issue taking them out at this distance.
Milleore not in crew

Milleore is a skilled agent who possesses a strong sense of justice beneath her seemingly cold exterior.
While traveling with the crew as a hired gun, she was reunited with Sahli Lao, who she served alongside in their hometown's military unit.
Aster: ...
Aster tightens her grip on her own crossbow as she watches the Harvin pair preparing for battle.
Sutera: Now, now, Aster. Make sure to relax. You won't be able to shoot well with your shoulders tensed up like that.
Aster: I-I'll try!
Sutera: Is this perhaps your first time hunting wyverns? Well, that's no wonder—we didn't exactly see them around the village often.
Metera: Hehe. Wyverns are basically just giant birds if you think about it. There's no reason to be scared of them.
Metera and Sutera are from the same village as Aster, where they all serve as guardians of the altar.
The two sisters have come along to assist with their exceptional longbow skills.
Aster: I-I'll do my best not to hold you back!
Metera: Oh, please—don't be silly! You might want to focus on those monsters instead of worrying about us.
Aster: Y-you're right! I'll give it everything I've got!
Sutera: Look sharp, Metera—the wyverns are almost within range. I'll handle the east side!
Sahli Lao: Heh. We're lucky to have you two with us. There aren't many archers who could hit a target from this distance.
As Metera and Sutera begin firing a stream of arrows, the wyverns in the distance can be seen falling from the sky one by one.
Metera: Sigh. These guys are pushovers. A shooting booth at a festival would be more exciting than this.
Aster: You both make it look so easy! It's like you're shooting at stationary targets!
Milleore: Yes, that is quite impressive. But I imagine you won't be able to take down that many on your own.
Milleore: Lao!
Sahli Lao: Leave it to me!
Milleore: Stay calm and control your breathing, Lao. Remember your training, and you'll be just fine.
Milleore: Hyah!
Sahli Lao: Take that!
Milleore unleashes a barrage of arrows at the approaching wyverns, and Sahli Lao lands a direct hit on her target.
Aster: Wow! They're dropping from the sky like flies!
Aster: (I need to help too!)
Aster fires at a wyvern in mid-range who had somehow managed to dodge the other arrows.
Aster: ...!
I hit—
Wyvern: Grooooar!
But the wyvern shows no sign of being weakened by the attack. Instead, it charges toward the group in a blind rage.
Aster: Oh no!
Milleore: Not so fast!
Milleore: Hm. Your aim was accurate, but the effective range of an arrow depends on the armor of your target. You can't hope to pierce a wyvern's scales from so far away.
Aster: I-I'm sorry!
Sahli Lao: Don't worry, there's no reason to let it bother you. Just make sure your target is closer next time, all right?
Aster: Okay...
Metera and Sutera continue their assault, with Milleore and Sahli Lao taking out the stragglers, and soon they manage to drive away the wyverns.
Thanks to the crew's hard work, including the skilled efforts of the archer team, the mission is completed successfully.
Upon returning to the town, (Captain) and the crew head to inform their client, the mayor, that the request has been handled.
Mayor: Thank you—you really saved us. The invasion was so sudden, I don't know what we would have done without you.
Lyria: I'm so glad we were able to make it in time! Now you can rest easy.
Mayor: If only that were true... You see, that was only a portion of the wyverns. I have no doubt they'll be back for revenge within a few days' time.
Mayor: So... What do you say? Would you be willing to help us one more time?
Vyrn: Yeah, you can count on us!
(Captain) and the crew readily accept the request and depart from the mayor's office.
Metera: Well, now that we're finished with all that mess, what do you say we do some shopping?
Sutera: Great idea! We need to stock up on supplies for our rematch with the wyverns!
Metera: No, that's not what I meant. I was saying we should take a break.
Sutera: What? A break? But Metera...
Metera: No buts. If we don't take the time to relax, we'll just wear ourselves out. A nice break will help us prepare for what comes next.
Sutera: That's a good point. I suppose it's important to recharge when we can!
Sutera: All right, I'm on board, Metera!
Aster, why don't you come shopping with us?
Aster: ...
Sutera: ...?
Aster: O-oh, I'm sorry! What is it, Sutera?
Metera: ...
Sutera: Hehe. Metera and I were just discussing doing a bit of shopping. Would you like to come along?
Aster: Shopping?
Aster: Oh, um... I'm sorry! I actually have something I need to do...
Aster: Urgh... I really hate having to turn down your invitation though.
Sutera: Not to worry. I'm sure you're exhausted from the battle. Make sure to get plenty of rest this evening, okay?
Aster: Thank you, I will!
Sahli Lao: Well, shall the two of us head back to the inn?
Milleore: All right. I'd like to check the mechanisms on my crossbows anyway—
Aster: U-um, excuse me!
Sahli Lao: Yes? Did you need something from us, Aster?
Aster: Um, well, you see... I was really impressed by your shooting today!
Aster: Milleore, you have such good judgment, and you can fire so fast! And Sahli Lao, your shots are both powerful and accurate—they're incredible!
Aster: Even though I use a crossbow just like you, I couldn't ever hope to compete with the way you took down all those wyverns!
Sahli Lao: Ahaha. Thank you. Well, we spent a long time as soldiers after all.
Aster: And, well... Um...
Sahli Lao: Hehe. What's wrong? We fought together side by side on the battlefield, so that makes us comrades. There's no reason to be so nervous.
Aster: O-okay! Um, well, I have a selfish request!
Aster: W-would the two of you be willing to take me on as your apprentice?
Sahli Lao: Huh? Whaaaaat!
Milleore: Our... Our apprentice? Where'd you get such a crazy idea?
Aster: I want to actually be able to help when the wyverns come back!
Aster: I was completely useless out there today. So I just thought if I could learn from you, maybe something would change...
Milleore & Sahli Lao: ...
Milleore and Sahli Lao look at each other, trying to decide how to respond.
Aster: Please teach me how to fight with a crossbow!
Aster: In return, I'll... Well, I'm not sure what I can do to repay you, but I'm willing to do anything!
Aster lowers her head as she pleads. Sahli Lao and Milleore exchange glances, nodding slightly.
Milleore: I can tell you're serious about this... Very well. I'll teach you everything I know.
Milleore: But I'm not doing it out of the kindness of my heart. I just don't want you to cause us problems by getting injured on the battlefield.
Sahli Lao: I'll be happy to teach you as well. But there's no need to worry about payment. This will be a good opportunity for us to hone our own skills.
Aster: A-are you sure?
Milleore: Yes. But if we're doing this, we're doing it right. Don't expect it to be all fun and games.
Sahli Lao: Hehe. Don't let her scare you, Aster. Milly's actually very kind.
Milleore: Hey! No one asked for your commentary, Lao.
Aster: Thank you both very, very much! I'm so happy!
Aster: I look forward to learning from you both, Mille—
Um, actually... Since I'm your apprentice now, I guess I should call you both Master!
Sahli Lao: What! M-M-Master?
Milleore: There's no need to be so formal. Just call me Milly.
Sahli Lao: And you can call me Lao! Master is going a little overboard...
Aster: Really? But I'm your apprentice, so...
Milleore: It's fine. All right?
Aster: Okay! In that case, I look forward to learning from you both, Milly! Lao!
Sahli Lao: I hope we'll be able to teach you what you want to know. We don't have much time before the wyverns come back, but let's do what we can!
And so Sahli Lao and Milleore accept Aster as their apprentice.
Will Aster be able to improve her skills before the wyverns return?

Crossbow Training

Though at first eager to train with Milleore and Sahli Lao, Aster grows despondent when she so quickly gets fatigued on the first day of intensive training. In an attempt to both cheer her up and help her improve, Milleore asks Aster to consider what her strengths and weaknesses are.

(Captain) and the crew are staying in the town's inn while they prepare for their rematch with the wyverns.
Early one morning, Metera is awakened by a noise downstairs and looks out the window.
Metera: Huh? Is that Aster? With... Sahli Lao and Milleore?
Metera: Well, what do you know! Since when have they been all buddy-buddy?
Hey, Sutera... Sutera?
Metera shakes Sutera back and forth in an attempt to rouse her.
Sutera: Mm... Metera?
Metera: Take a look out the window. Don't see those three hanging out often, do you? What do you think they're doing with those weapons?
Sutera: Yawn... Mhm. Apparently they took Aster on as an apprentice or something...
Metera: Huh? An apprentice?
Milleore: All right, your training starts today. We don't know exactly when those wyverns will be back, but it's safe to assume we don't have much time. Are you ready to do this?
Aster: Yes! I can't wait for my first lesson!
The morning after Sahli Lao and Milleore accepted Aster as their apprentice, they make their way to a vast forest on the outskirts of town to train.
Sahli Lao: Now then, before we begin, I'd like to ask you a question about your crossbow.
Sahli Lao: I noticed that both your big sisters use longbows... Is there a reason why you use a crossbow instead?
Aster: Um... My sisters?
Milleore: Yes. Metera and Sutera are your sisters, correct?
Aster: Oh! N-no, you've got it all wrong!
Aster: I'm not actually related to Metera or Sutera!
Aster: We just serve as guardians in the same village, that's all.
Aster: I do look up to them like big sisters though...
Sahli Lao: Oh, is that so? I'm sorry—I shouldn't have assumed!
Aster: There's no reason to apologize! I should be the one apologizing for not being clear!
Aster: I was frail and sickly when I was little, so I always admired Metera and Sutera growing up.
Aster: There were a lot of days I was too weak to even pull the bowstring, and some days I couldn't do any training at all...
Aster: But then one day I read a book from an outside island and learned about the existence of crossbows!
Sahli Lao: I see... So you fashioned a crossbow all on your own to overcome your weakness? How wonderful!
Aster: Oh, no... A blacksmith in my village was kind enough to help me!
Milleore: Ah, you had the assistance of a professional craftsman then? The aim did seem too accurate for it to have been homemade.
Milleore: Hm. Well, you seem like you're already used to handling your weapon, so it might be time to start thinking about what you can improve on.
Aster: That makes sense! If I figure out what I need to get better at, I'll be able to shoot farther without losing power!
Milleore: Shooting farther won't necessarily solve anything.
Aster: ...?
Milleore: Well, before we start thinking about practical application, let's spend today reviewing the basics—starting with how to properly hold a crossbow.
Sahli Lao: Hehe. We managed to procure a number of teaching aids and targets and whatnot to work with. Reminds me of my own training days...
Aster: You brought all that just for me? Thank you so much!
Milleore: All right, let's get started. First we'll practice shooting targets at point-blank range...
And so the training session begins, led by Sahli Lao and Milleore.
They continue training for the remainder of the day, only deciding to head back to the inn after the sun has set.
Aster: Urgh... My legs are all wobbly...
Sahli Lao: Say, are you all right? Did we work you too hard?
Aster: I-I'm fine! I won't improve if I don't push my limits!
Aster: But, um, I was curious... Do the two of you practice like this every day?
Sahli Lao: Ahaha. Every day would be a bit much, even for us. We're basically following a training regimen you'd use for a short period of time, like a boot camp.
Milleore: Hm... The fact that your lower body hurts means you haven't been shooting with the correct posture.
Milleore: But you've got a good head on your shoulders, and you're quick to catch on.
Sahli Lao: That's right. Now if we can just work on your basic strength and agility...
Aster: Urgh...
Sahli Lao: What's wrong? If you're in a lot of pain, we might need to treat you...
Aster: Oh, no, that's not it!
Aster: I was just thinking maybe I'm a lost cause after all...
Milleore: But you were already aware of your shortcomings beforehand—that's why you asked to be our apprentice, correct?
Aster: Yes. But seeing how exhausted I am after only the first day of training makes me wonder if I'll ever be able to fight like the two of you...
Sahli Lao: ...!
Milleore: Listen to me, Aster. In order to stand on the battlefield, you must first understand your own strengths and weaknesses.
Aster: ...!
Sahli Lao: Heh. That's what we were told back when we were in training, isn't it?
Milleore: That's right. Are you aware of your own strengths and weaknesses, Aster?
Aster: My strengths and weaknesses?
Milleore: Yes. Understanding theory is one thing, but understanding yourself can be surprisingly difficult.
Sahli Lao: Right. But it's an important step you'll need to take if you want to contribute on the battlefield.
Aster: ...
Milleore: Let's make that your homework. Spend some time thinking about what your strengths and weaknesses might be.
Aster: Okay... I'll try!
And thus Aster's first day of training comes to an end.

Crossbow Training: Scene 2

Aster's crossbow training continues, her mind stewing over Milleore's words the entire time. (Captain) and company happen to drop by with some food right when the archer team takes a break. Aster uses the opportunity to ask (Captain) what the captain thinks her strengths are.

Aster: Hm... My strengths and weaknesses...
That night, unable to sleep, Aster gets lost in thought in the lobby of the inn.
Aster: (One of my weaknesses is definitely my frail constitution. Milly and Lao even mentioned that I'm lacking basic strength.)
Aster: (And I don't have much battle experience either. Not to mention I can be really slow at making decisions...)
Aster: (But what are my strengths?)
Milleore: But you've got a good head on your shoulders, and you're quick to catch on.
Aster: (Milly said I'm quick to catch on, but is that even useful in battle?)
Aster: (I mean, compared to Milly and Lao—and Metera and Sutera too—my knowledge and comprehension skills are seriously lacking...)
Aster: Sigh...
Sutera: Aww... Aster looks so sad... I have to help her!
Metera: Don't you dare, Sutera.
Sutera: Metera! How long have you been there!
Metera: I heard all about it from Sahli Lao and Milleore. It's Aster's homework, so she needs to figure out the answer on her own.
Metera: And besides, you're the one who oversaw her guardian trials, aren't you? Don't you have faith in your cute little trainee?
Sutera: ...!
Sutera: You know, you're absolutely right. It's at times like these that I need to just step back and watch over her from a distance.
Metera: Good, I'm glad we're on the same page. What do you say we head back to the room then? I'm worn out from all the preparing we did today.
Sutera: All right.
Sutera: But, um, Metera? When we get back, I have an idea I'd like your opinion on...
Aster: (Urgh... I spent the whole night thinking, but I couldn't come up with an answer...)
The next day, Aster makes her way toward the forest along with Sahli Lao and Milleore.
Milleore: Hm... The mechanism that pulls the bowstring seems to be malfunctioning. I'll need to replace the respective parts.
Sahli Lao: Ahaha. Those mechanical crossbows of yours are ridiculously complicated. My simple large crossbow is all I need.
Aster: Sounds like no matter the type of crossbow, you have to go through lots of training to master its use!
Aster: By the way, what made the two of you decide to use crossbows?
Sahli Lao: Ah, an excellent question.
Milleore: Well, the answer is quite simple. We Harvins are short, so we have a small attack range. As a result, we aren't really suited for close combat.
Milleore: But on the other hand, we're capable of deft, quick movements.
Sahli Lao: That's why the Harvin soldiers in our unit were mostly archers and snipers.
Aster: That makes sense! But then why are your crossbows so different?
Milleore: It all comes down to the division of roles. My responsibility was to wound enemies with a barrage of arrows and decrease their fighting capacity.
Sahli Lao: And my job was to finish them off, so that's why I use a large crossbow.
Aster: Oh! So different crossbows are good for different roles... I never knew!
Aster: (They understood their weaknesses and were able to find roles that took advantage of their strengths...)
Aster: (But I'm not sure I'll ever be able to move as quickly as them.)
Aster: (Urgh... Do I even have any strengths?)
Sahli Lao: Hehe. Of course you do.
Aster: Eek! H-how did you read my mind?
Milleore: Please. It was written all over your face.
Aster: W-was it really that obvious?
Sahli Lao: Haha. There's no reason to overthink things.
Sahli Lao: You see, we explained about the strengths of Harvins in general, but there's more to it than that...
Sahli Lao: Take Milly here—what do you think her strengths are? Her skill with a crossbow is without equal, and she's always calm and composed, even in a crisis...
Milleore: Enough flattery. She gets the idea.
Aster: Oh, and she's very kind! She's always keeping an eye on my condition—she even gave me a massage to loosen up my muscles last night!
Milleore: Th-that had nothing to do with kindness. I was just teaching you that cooldown exercises are an important part of training. Otherwise your duties will be hindered the next day.
Sahli Lao: Hehe. Personality can definitely be a strength as well. And things like skill and composure can come from training and battle experience.
Sahli Lao: So think back on the things you've worked hard at in the past. The answer you're looking for is already inside you.
Aster: Inside me?
Milleore: Good grief. You could have just said that to her in the first place instead of dragging me into it.
Sahli Lao: Ahaha. Sorry about that. I thought an example might make it easier to understand...
Milleore: Then what do you say I tell her about all of your strengths—
Actually, never mind. This is getting silly.
Aster: Hehe. That was all very helpful. Thank you!
Aster: I'll keep working on my homework until I figure out the answer!
Milleore: Heh. I like that look in your eye. In that case, you'd better concentrate on your training. You won't figure out the solution with thinking alone.
Aster: Right! I'm ready when you are!
Milleore: Then let's begin. Today we'll be fighting monsters for some rapid-fire training.
Sahli Lao: For starters, compared to a longbow, a crossbow is at a disadvantage when it comes to firing shots in rapid succession. Fast reloading is crucial!
Aster: I see! I'll do my best!
And so begins another day of rigorous training.
Aster: Huff... Huff...
Milleore: Whew. Nice work. Let's take a breather.
Vyrn: Hey! Are you guys feelin' hungry? We brought food!
Sahli Lao: (Captain)! Nice timing!
Lyria: Hehe. Metera and Sutera cooked up some of their home village's traditional dishes!
Aster: Wow, really?
Milleore: Lao and I will patrol the area to make sure no monsters show up. We'll eat our portions later when we get the chance.
Vyrn: Oh, that'd be great! Thanks, you two!
Aster: Wait! I-I'll come too!
Sahli Lao: Heh. Taking breaks is a part of training. Make sure to eat your fill so you'll have the energy to work hard later.
Aster: O-okay!
Aster: Whew...
  1. How's the training going?

Choose: How's the training going?
Aster: Their instructions are thorough and easy to understand. I'm learning a lot!
Aster: But, well... Now it's all the more clear that I still have a long way to go.
Aster: They gave me homework to do, but I still haven't managed to figure out the answer.
Vyrn: Huh, homework not even you can solve? Sounds tough!
Lyria: Hm... Well, why don't you go ahead and eat something for now? You won't be able to think on an empty stomach!
Aster: You're right! Okay!
Aster: Wow, there are so many foresty foods! And wild vegetables too—my favorite!
Aster: I bet it all tastes just as good as it looks!
Aster: Munch, munch... Gulp.
Aster: Mmm! Yum! I can feel my strength returning!
Aster grins from ear to ear as she continues enjoying her meal.
Aster: Whew... That was delicious!
Lyria: Hehe. It sure was!
Aster: I'll have to thank Metera and Sutera later!
Aster: ...
Aster: Um, (Captain)? What do you think is good about me?
Vyrn: Huh? Where'd that come from?
Aster: Eek! I-I'm sorry! I was feeling all full and happy, and I blurted that out without thinking...
Vyrn: Does it have somethin' to do with that homework you were talkin' about?
Aster: Um... Well, yes. I've been trying to figure out the answer this whole time, but I haven't had any luck yet...
Lyria: Hehe. What do you think, (Captain)?
  1. You're a hard worker.
  2. You're very studious.

Choose: You're a hard worker.
Aster: Y-you think so?
Aster: Ehehe. I'm really happy to hear you say that, (Captain)!
Aster: (Maybe it will help to think about what I've worked hard at in the past...)

Choose: You're very studious.
Aster: Ehehe. I had no idea you thought that about me, (Captain)!
Vyrn: Now that you mention it, she's always readin' books and doin' research. She must really love studyin'.
Aster: Ehehe. I do! Even on days when I wasn't feeling well, I could always read a book.
Aster: (Maybe it will help to think about what I've studied in the past...)
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Aster: (Lao said the answer is inside me, so I should be able to find some kind of clue...)
Aster: ...
Aster: Oh! I might have just figured out the answer!
Vyrn: Oh yeah? Did you come up with somethin'?
Aster: Yes! This has to be it!
Aster: It's all thanks to you that I was able to solve my homework, (Captain)! Thank you!
After giving the crew a little bow of gratitude, Aster dashes off to find Sahli Lao and Milleore, her eyes sparkling with excitement.

Crossbow Training: Scene 3

Aster realizes that her greatest strength is the ability to analyze information and formulate a plan. And so she comes up with the strategy of herding the wyverns into the other archers' barrage of arrows, greatly contributing to the success of the mission. Sutera and Metera congratulate their dear little sister on a job well done with a brand-new metal crossbow.

The next day, the crew receive a report that wyverns have been spotted on the horizon, and they disperse to take their positions.
The five members of the archer team set up on top of the same mountain as before.
Metera: Sigh... Think they're the same wyverns? I'm not a fan of men who don't know when to give up.
Aster: Don't let your guard down! There's no guarantee they're the same ones as before!
Sutera: Oh? What makes you say that, Aster?
Aster: Well, I did a bit of research, and it turns out that when wyverns come back for revenge, they send the biggest, scariest ones in the bunch.
Aster: But there will probably be fewer of them than before, so I think the best strategy is to wait to strike until they're in mid-range!
Sutera: I see... That's very helpful. Let's keep that in mind!
Aster: Right!
Metera: Well, well, you're looking a lot more chipper. I take it you found the answer you were looking for?
Aster: I sure did! You see, I was thinking about how much I love doing research...
Aster: And I realized I could analyze the information I find and use it to come up with a strategy, and maybe that could be my strength!
Sutera: That's true. I remember back in the village you used to research monster traits and use that to decide where to set traps.
Sutera: You were a huge help to us even when you weren't feeling well.
Aster: Yes! I've decided I want to get even better at doing things like that!
Aster: Ehehe. Actually, the food you two made is one of the things that helped me realize it!
Metera: Huh? Food?
Sutera: Is that so? Then it was worth the effort it took to make!
Metera: What do you mean? What food? Come on, Aster, tell me—
Aster: Oh, look! The wyverns are getting closer! Guess it's time to get ready...
Metera: Huh? Where's she going?
Sahli Lao: Hehe. Just watch.
At that moment, the wyverns finally enter into range of Metera and Sutera.
Metera: Huh. They're definitely bigger than the last ones.
Sutera: Yes, Aster was right. It'll be difficult to shoot them down from a long distance, since our arrows will drop too much in power before they hit.
After moving a bit closer, the pair begin taking down the wyverns, but one manages to slip through.
Milleore: Lao! Aster!
Milleore immediately unleashes a rain of arrows.
Aster: Hyah!
Aster, who had taken a position away from the other four, sends an arrow flying perpendicular to the barrage.
The next moment, the wyverns plunge into the middle of the rain of arrows as though they're being sucked into it.
Once the wyverns have been caught in Milleore's barrage, Sahli Lao begins taking out the wyverns one by one with expert precision.
Sutera: Wow! What a magnificent display of teamwork! Where did this come from?
Milleore: Heh. Aster found the solution to her homework, but that's not all she found.
Aster: So, um... I think that might be my strength!
Sahli Lao: I see! What a magnificent answer—it really highlights your abilities!
Milleore: Indeed. Not just anyone is capable of analyzing information and formulating a plan.
Milleore: Helping with battle preparations is a magnificent way to contribute to the battle itself.
Aster: Thank you! But that's not all...
Aster: I think I can be useful in actual combat now too!
Sahli Lao: Oh my! Your eyes are positively shining, Aster!
Milleore: Hm. Do you have an idea?
Aster: Yes! It has to do with what you said to me before, Milly...
Aster: That makes sense! If I figure out what I need to get better at, I'll be able to shoot farther without losing power!
Milleore: Shooting farther won't necessarily solve anything.
Aster: ...?
Aster: Now I understand what you meant about the division of roles.
Milleore: Yes. You already have comrades who excel at long-range combat, so you need to find a different role that utilizes your strengths.
Aster: Hm... I think I might know just the thing.
Milleore: Oh? And what might that be?
Aster: Well...
Milleore: And then Aster said she would support our coordinated attack.
Sahli Lao: She recognized that our combination is best suited to narrow terrain or indoor battles.
Milleore: Based on that, she thought if she could drive the wyverns into my barrage, our tactics would function effectively even in an open area like this one.
Sutera: I see... I never would have considered using arrows to herd monsters...
Metera: Huh. So that's what that flash of color was...
Sahli Lao: That's right! This species of wyvern is known to be attracted to red objects, so she attached red decorations to the feathers of her arrows.
Milleore: Heh. Aster's strengths are her reasoning and analyzing skills...
Milleore: But what's really amazing about her is her positive attitude and ability to take action.
Sahli Lao: Hahaha! That's high praise coming from you, Milly!
Milleore: What! I-I was just looking at the situation logically! Anyway, enough chatter—there's a wyvern headed this way!
Aster: Everything's going so well! And my control's a lot more stable too. I guess that's the result of all my training!
Aster: ...
But I can't let my guard down yet! I need to stay focused until the end!
Wyvern: ...!
And so, thanks in part to the splendid teamwork of Aster and the others, the crew successfully defeats the wyverns.
(Captain) and company emerge from the mayor's office after reporting the results of the mission.
Vyrn: Haha! I hear you were a huge help this time, Aster!
Aster: Ehehe. It's all thanks to Milly and Lao!
Sahli Lao: Not at all. You worked really hard, and all your efforts paid off.
Milleore: Well done. Absolutely splendid work. There's nothing left for us to teach you.
Milleore: However, depending on your future duties in battle, you may have aspects of your archery that you'll need to improve on. Feel free to ask me if you ever need any advice.
Milleore: But I have faith you'll be able to forge your own path from here on out.
Sahli Lao: Agreed. Now that you're a master of the crossbow, it's time for you to graduate as our apprentice!
Aster: Me? A master?
Aster: Thank you so much! I won't let you down!
Sutera: Hehe. Congratulations, Aster. Here's a little something to celebrate your graduation.
Sutera reveals a large package and hands it to Aster.
Aster: Sutera? What's this?
Sutera: Hehehe. This is from me and Metera.
Metera: Well? Don't just stand there, open it!
Aster: O-okay!
Aster opens the package excitedly.
Inside is a brand-new metal crossbow.
Aster: Wow! It's so cool!
Sutera: Hehe. Lao and Milly were kind enough to give us some advice.
Aster: Metera, Sutera, Lao, Milly... Thank you all so much!
Aster: I'll treasure it for the rest of my life!
Aster hugs the crossbow tightly, a bright smile on her face.
Sutera: Now we just need to have it adjusted for you at the weapon shop.
Metera: Good idea. Let's get that done and then head out for some shopping!
Sutera: Hehe. I bet Aster would love to visit a peril shop, with all those rows and rows of clothing...
Aster: Um... Did you say peril shop? That sounds kind of dangerous...
Metera: Not peril, apparel! An apparel shop. Stop confusing her, Sutera.
Sutera: Oh, right! I'm sorry, I misspoke...
Aster: Wow, an apparel shop? I've read about them in books! Yay, I can't wait!
Aster: Lao, Milly, why don't you two come with us?
Milleore: What? Er, we're not really interested in clothes—
Sahli Lao: C'mon, Milly. You said Aster has a positive attitude and an ability to take action, right? There's a lot we could learn from her!
Aster: Hehehe! Come on, let's go, Milly!
Milleore: Hey! All right already! You don't have to pull!
Thanks to her apprenticeship with Sahli Lao and Milleore, Aster has been able to reflect on her own skills and grow as an archer.
The group heads for the lively town, with a brightly beaming Aster leading the way.

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JapaneseThis is an official transcription. EnglishThis is an official translation.
村ではスーテラ姉様の家の三軒隣に住んでいたのです I lived three doors down from Sutera back in the village.
飛竜を相手にする際は鱗も計算に入れないと… When hunting wyverns, I need to remember to take their scales into account.
ミラさんのご指導はとてもためになるのです Milly has taught me so much.
リャオさんのような正確な射撃を目指して… I hope I can shoot as accurately as Lao one day.
もっと色々な経験をしてみたいのですよ! I want to have a lot of new experiences!
クロスボウの手入れは心を込めてするのです I'll take good care of my new crossbow.
故郷の味を口にするとほっとするのです The taste of food back home really puts me at ease.
この旅装は動きやすくて気に入っているのです! I love this traveling outfit—it's so easy to move in!
(主人公)さんのそばにいると落ち着くのです… I always feel so relaxed with you around, (Captain).
(主人公)さんの強い心を見習うのです! You're so strong, (Captain)! I hope I can learn from your example!


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