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Official Profile

Age Unknown
Height Unknown
Race Primal Beasts (Primarchs)
Hobbies Sightseeing, playing with each other
Likes Halluel:
Pretty girls, Malluel
Brave men, Halluel
Dislikes Doing anything alone, talking about hard topics
Character Release
こちらもイベント「THE MAYDAYS」でも登場のハールート・マールートが、光属性にふさわしい、神々しいまぶしさ溢れる水着姿に着替えて遂にプレイアブル化!
Source [1] [2]
* This is an unofficial, amateur translation.
Age 不明
Height 不明
Race 星晶獣(天司)
Hobbies 観光、ふたりで遊ぶこと
Likes ハールート:
Dislikes 単独行動、難しい話
Character Release
こちらもイベント「THE MAYDAYS」でも登場のハールート・マールートが、光属性にふさわしい、神々しいまぶしさ溢れる水着姿に着替えて遂にプレイアブル化!
Source [1] [2]




  • Though their positions are switched around in their summon form, Halluel is the blonde one and Malluel is the dark haired one.


  • While the names given to them in the English translation are entirely fictitious, their original names in Japanese “Harut” and “Marut” are from the names of two Islamic angels mentioned in the Quran.

Special Cutscenes

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Happy Birthday Cutscenes
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Malluel: Happy birthday, (Captain)!
Halluel: Today's your special day. It's easy to tell.
Malluel: You've got a lot of birthday cards coming in.
Halluel: Not only have you touched the lives of your crew members, but also people on many different islands.
Malluel: We get around in our line of work, remember?
Malluel: Whenever we land on an island, people ask us to deliver cards and gifts to you.
Malluel: So this is also a good opportunity for us to express our own birthday wishes.
Halluel: We couldn't be happier that you were brought into this world, (Captain).
Halluel: If we hadn't met, we'd still be lost in the dark.
Malluel: The journey you've embarked on is no easy feat. There will be trials and hardships.
Malluel: But you have nothing to fear, (Captain), because we'll be supporting you every step of the way!
Halluel: You've always helped us archangels, even in the face of great danger, and it's high time we returned the favor.
Malluel: May your year be filled with good fortune.
Halluel: You can count on us to be your guardian angels.


Halluel: Happy birthday, (Captain)!
Malluel: I'm so happy we can celebrate with you again this year.
Oh, and of course, you've got plenty of presents waiting for you.
It seems you had a lot of new encounters this past year.
Halluel: We hear people talking about you wherever we go.
All of the relationships you've built will definitely be of help to you someday.
Though some encounters may also bring difficult times with them...
Malluel: But staying connected with others is definitely a good thing. Bonds between people hold a special kind of power, after all.
So just keep moving toward what you believe in, (Captain).
I'm sure you'll reach where you're meant to be.
Halluel: I wish you the very best on your journey ahead, (Captain).


Halluel & Malluel: Happy birthday!
Halluel: It's a real honor to celebrate another anniversary with you, (Captain). We've had our hands full delivering your presents.
Malluel: Boy, that was a lot of work. Especially since the gift pile keeps growing every year.
Halluel: Don't get me wrong. I'm happy for you, but the weight of those presents is going to sink the Grandcypher.
Malluel: Teehee. Which just goes to show how hard our captain is working.
Halluel: Exactly. Which is why we've come here to rejuvenate your mind and body, (Captain).
Malluel: Hal and I trained under Gabriel. Can you lie down on this bed? Then I'll cover your whole body with a special towel.
Halluel: Hm? What are we going to do to you?
To be frank, we're giving you a lymphatic massage. It relaxes the muscles and facilitates blood circulation. It's quite fashionable with mortals, no?
Malluel: Well, Gabriel's massage style is probably a bit different from what you mortals are used to.
Okay, (Captain). Time to strip down. Don't be shy now. Off, off!


Halluel: Happy birthday, (Captain)!
Malluel: Yes, happy birthday. We come bearing gifts from all over the skies, just like last year!
Halluel: Haha. Remember how we joked last time that the weight of all those presents would sink the ship? I actually feel like we're flying a bit lower than usual today.
Malluel: Hey, you deserve all these gifts, (Captain). You're the best!
Halluel: Have a head pat!
The two archangels take turns mussing up (Captain)'s hair while dropping off packages addressed to the captain.
One box not marked to (Captain) makes them stop.
Malluel: Huh? Is it for us? Must have gotten mixed in with the captain's stuff somehow.
Halluel: Wait, here's another one. What's going on?
Malluel: There's a letter attached to it. "Thank you for delivering my package to (Captain)."
Choose: You two work your wings off.
The captain gives the archangels head pats of their own.
Malluel: Ahaha. We wouldn't have been able to deliver mail if it weren't for you.
Halluel: Thank you, (Captain).
(Captain), Halluel, and Malluel enjoy the day in each other's company.

Happy New Year Cutscenes
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Halluel: Hm? Morning, (Captain). Everyone's up real early today.
Malluel: We just got back from a delivery run. How about you guys?
Halluel: You went to see the first sunrise of the year? No wonder everyone's already awake.
I was wondering why so many people were milling about this morning on our way back.
Malluel: So that's what people mean when they talk about the first sunrise.
I guess I've never really thought about sunrises since they happen every day.
Halluel: Guess Mal and I have been taking the start of a new year for granted.
Kinda feels like a waste now, since a day like this only comes once a year.
Malluel: Then it's decided! We're definitely going to watch the first sunrise with you next year, (Captain)!


???: Hmm, still sound asleep...
???: Well, yesterday was a pretty busy day, so it must've been tiring.
(Captain) slowly wakes to the cold morning air and the soft whisper of voices.
Malluel: Oh, good morning, (Captain)!
Halluel: Good morning, (Captain). Sorry to take you out here so suddenly. You're not cold, are you?
Malluel: We promised to watch the first sunrise of the year together, remember?
So we decided to bring you out here ourselves.
Halluel: We tried to wake you a couple of times, but you were in such a deep sleep... Surprised?
We just couldn't give up on watching the sunrise with you today.
Malluel: Oh, Hal! (Captain)! Look, the sun's coming up!
Halluel: Wow... So this is what the sunrise looks like on New Year's... I can kind of understand why mortals think it's so special.
I didn't know the dawn could be so beautiful when you think about how it's the start of a new year.
Malluel: I'm glad all three of us could see this together this year!


Malluel: Heehee... Psst, (Captain)! You have to see this!
Halluel: Snore... Next one's mine... Snore...
Malluel: Hal was up all night partying with the crew and delivering New Year's cards into the wee hours of the morning. As soon as she got back, she was out like a light.
It's really nice to see those three cut loose. That shows you they've adapted nicely to the Sky Realm.
Halluel: Nnh... Huh? Mal? (Captain)?
Malluel: Morning, sleepyhead. You woke up just in time for dinner. Or were you planning to sleep through the rest of the day?
Halluel: Wh-what? Already? I can't believe I slept in!
I told everyone I was going to hang out with them and fly kites and play word games and shuttlecock and...
Hey, Az! Iss! Wake up, you two, before New Year's is over!


Halluel: Phew... I could use a quick breather.
Malluel: Just a quick one? You've been running yourself ragged all day. Why don't you take it easy for a while?
Halluel: But there's still so much to do with everyone...
I want to spin tops and hit the temples. I'm still not a pro at celebrating New Year's yet.
Choose: Chilling out is part of it, you know.
Malluel: Yep, the captain's right. I've even heard some people say the real fun comes from sleeping in.
Halluel: R-really? I must have missed that then...
Malluel: How about this? After we grab some delicious New Year's food, let's all go relax with Az and Iss!
Halluel: Haha, sounds good. This is the perfect chance for me to brush up on how to lounge around!


Malluel: Good morning, Hal. You too, (Captain). Happy New Year!
Halluel: Happy New Year, Mal, (Captain)!
It's been forever since we've had such a quiet New Year's Day.
Malluel: We really went all out last year, didn't we? And the year before that too.
Halluel: It's nice to lie around and do nothing every once in a while. You can't beat loafing around and munching on some snacks!
Malluel: Yeah, kicking back and relaxing isn't half bad. It's a nice change of pace from all the usual games and events.
I have a suggestion. Why don't we all take a short nap?
We got up really early to see the sunrise, so I'm a bit sleepy...
Halluel: That's a great idea, Mal!
Hehe. Let's sleep next to (Captain). That way, we'll both have sweet dreams!

Valentine's Day Cutscenes
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Malluel: Happy Valentine's Day, (Captain).
We got you a gift to say thanks for always looking out for us!
Halluel: It's always a pleasure being with you, (Captain). We hope you like it.
Malluel: Speaking of which, I wonder what the significance of giving chocolates on Valentine's Day is.
Halluel: Oh... Surely it must mean something.
Malluel: I guess mortals aren't limited to using only words to express their feelings!
Halluel: Next year, let's do as the skydwellers do and give out gifts that suit how we feel, Mal!
Malluel: Good thinking, Hal! I was about to say the same thing!
Next year's Valentine's is gonna be a blast, (Captain).
Halluel: Hehe. You're gonna be sooo surprised by the gift we plan on getting you.


Halluel: Yoohoo, (Captain). Do you have a moment?
It's Valentine's Day, right? We made you a present to thank you for everything you've done for us.
Malluel: Hehe. Here ya go! Have a look, (Captain)!
Hal and I made this chocolate together. I hope you like it.
Halluel: One more thing. This bouquet is for you, too!
Malluel: Mortals give flowers as presents to send extra special messages, right?
We selected these flowers from many different islands, each one representing gratitude in its native culture.
Halluel: It's impossible for us to show you the extent of our appreciation... But I hope these simple gifts did part of the job.


Halluel: Hey there, (Captain). We came to give you your Valentine's gifts.
Malluel: This year you get two kinds of chocolates. Go on and take them.
Halluel: The bitter chocolates are from me and Az. The white chocolates are from Hal and Iss.
Malluel: It's a battle of the delectables. The side that gives the best tasting chocolates gets a kiss from (Captain). Those are the rules.
Halluel: Hm? Your eyes bulged all of a sudden...
Malluel: I'm sure there are regional differences, but isn't kissing normal among mortals?
Halluel: Come on, eat up! And make sure your decision is fair and impartial before declaring a winner.


Halluel: Happy Valentine's Day, (Captain)!
Malluel: Yummy chocolates and a lovely bouquet of roses coming right up!
Halluel: Apparently there are different meanings behind the number of roses. Teehee, what an interesting custom.
Malluel: One hundred roses symbolizes 100 percent love. Of course, our love for you goes way above that, so...
Halluel: 199 percent sounds right for the two of us. That makes two hundred roses and a box of chocolates.
It's probably way too early to be asking about a gift in return, but I'd say we've earned some of your affection today.
Malleul: You got away from us last time, but this year we're definitely getting a kiss out of you. Okay, (Captain)?


Malluel: Happy Valentine's Day, (Captain)!
Halluel: We're here to give you this year's Valentine's chocolate.
Malluel: You may have gotten away from us last year... and the year before that. But this time, we have a plan. There's no escape.
First, we hold this chocolate up to your mouth, then...
Say ahhh.
Halluel: We heard people who are really close feed each other chocolates like this.
I'm sure we can get a kiss out of you like this. Chocolates and kisses—it's two for one!
Now, (Captain)... Surely you won't turn down our chocolate, right?

White Chocolate Cake
3rd year: Twin Chocolate
4th year: Twin Chocolate
5th year: Twin Chocolate
White Day Cutscenes
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Malluel: Mm... That smells good.
And it looks delicious too. Did you bake that cake yourself, (Captain)?
Halluel: It's in return for Valentine's Day, you say?
Haha, thanks, (Captain). I wasn't expecting such a surprise from you.
Malluel: Hal! This cake won't eat itself!
Halluel: You read my mind. Then let's...
Both: Dig in!
Malluel: Mmm! Sooo good!
Halluel: Wow! I'm not exaggerating when I say this is seriously tasty, (Captain)!
Malluel: Heehee. I adore this kind of gift exchange, especially the anticipation.
Halluel: Thank you, (Captain). Your efforts got through to us, loud and clear.


Malluel: Hello, (Captain). We've got a letter for you.
Halluel: What perfect timing! Is that a parcel you want us to take off your hands?
Huh? But this is addressed to us...
Malluel: Oh! Could that be a thank-you gift for Valentine's?
Halluel: Ahh! It's already that time of year, huh? Thank you, (Captain). Can we open it now?
Wow... These are gorgeous hair ornaments.
Look, Mal. This would be lovely on you.
Malluel: I love it! Well? How does it look?
Halluel: It suits you perfectly, Mal!
Malluel: Hehe, thank you. Shall I help you put yours own?
Halluel: What do you think? Well, Mal? (Captain)?
Malluel: It's super cute!
Halluel: Hehe, thank you for the perfect gift, (Captain)! We'll wear them with love!


Malluel: Hooray! Are these for us?
Halluel: Thanks! I will never get tired of receiving gifts.
Malluel: Ooh, aren't these sweets just darling? Colorful too. Simply lovely.
Halluel: Seriously! Not to mention they're shaped into bite-sized pieces. Az and Iss are going to love them.
Malluel: Teehee. Let's sneak a bite. Say "ah," Hal.
Halluel: Mm, it's real sweet. Your turn, Mal. Open wide.
Malluel: Mm... Yum, yum! There's a touch of fruitiness that makes the flavor pop.
Oops, you got some chocolate on your finger. Let me get that for you.
Halluel: Hahaha, that tickles. Here, let me see yours.
Malluel: Aw, how sweet of you. And I didn't even have any chocolate on my finger.
Halluel: Ahaha. Oh, Mal, you're just the cutest.
Malluel: Teehee... I know I can always depend on you, Hal.


Malluel: Wow... These are beautiful... Are they for us?
Halluel: They look like jewels, but they're actually candy. Very mouthwatering candy.
Malluel: I feel bad eating them. Thanks for the wonderful gift, (Captain).
Halluel: You remember how there was meaning behind the roses we got (Captain) for Valentine's Day? Turns out candy given in return has some neat secrets behind them too.
Malluel: Like the candies we just got? Heehee, I wonder what's the significance behind these then.
Halluel: Hahaha, your face is all red, (Captain). What's the matter?
Malluel: I think I have an inkling as to what (Captain)'s trying to say with our gift. We feel the same way, Captain.
Halluel: Come closer, you. Let's eat these lovelies together.


Halluel: Is this... perfume? The bottle is beautiful—it almost looks like it should be in some sort of art exhibit.
Malluel: Hey, Hal! Look at this! If you line up our two bottles, the designs connect to each other to make one big picture!
And the perfume smells really nice too! Is this some sort of flower? It's a very soft, calming scent.
Halluel: Hmmm? Did you have these custom-made with the two of us in mind?
Malluel: Teehee. Is this how you imagine us, (Captain)?
Halluel: That reminds me, there's supposed to be some kind of meaning associated with giving perfume as a gift... But I forget what...
Hehe, you seem to be glancing everywhere but at me. It's nothing to be embarrassed about.
Thanks, (Captain). I'll be sure to put it to good use.
Malluel: By the way, (Captain)... You know what it means now that you've given us this perfume, right?
You, me, and Hal will all be giving off this wonderful scent soon enough.
Teehee. The three of us will be matching! Isn't that so awesome?

Trick or Treat Cutscenes
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Both: Happy Halloween, (Captain)!
Malluel: What an interesting holiday! The streets and the people all look completely different!
Halluel: I think a lot of people thought we were already in costume.
Malluel: I can still see their adoring eyes when they told us how cute and pretty we were. Now that was adorable of them.
Halluel: Many people are curious about our wings, but not to the extent of adulation we experienced today. It was refreshing.
Malluel: It didn't take long to finish handing out most of our candy.
Halluel: Well, how can we say no to children begging for treats? It felt great making them happy.
Hm? What is it, (Captain)? Trick or treat, you say?
Haha, don't get ahead of yourself. I made sure to save some for you.
Malluel: My share's lumped with Hal's, so... What? No good?
Boo... Oh well. Whatever trick you've got planned, lay it on me!


Malluel: Happy Halloween, (Captain)!
Halluel: Happy Halloween, (Captain)! And...
Halluel & Malluel: Trick or treat!
Malluel: Hmm? What's this? Hehe... Could it be that you don't have any treats on hand?
Halluel: If you don't have any treats, then I guess we'll have no choice but to play a trick on you. Right, Mal?
Malluel: Hehe. That's right, Hal! That's how Halloween goes.
Here we come! Tickle, tickle, tickle!
Halluel: Hehehe, take that! It's Gabriel's tickle penalty!
Malluel: You played a trick on us last year, so it's payback!
Halluel: We actually knew that you'd already given out all of your treats.
It's supposed to be retaliation, but still, I feel bad for tricking you. Sorry, (Captain).
Malluel: Hehe. But (Captain) was so cute while being tickled.
Let's have a proper Halloween next year, okay? Fair and square!


Halluel: Happy Halloween! Are you ready, (Captain)?
Malluel: For the trick we're going to play on you, that is! First we'll start off with a tickle attack to both sides of your tummy—
Halluel: Wait, what did you say? You have candy to give?
Malluel: Boooo... Does that mean we can't pull pranks on you anymore?
Halluel: Unfortunately it does... It's all so sad...
Malluel: Yeah... And we spent so much time rehearsing our pranks just for today too...
Halluel & Malluel: Sigh...
Halluel: Hm? What's that you say, (Captain)? You're giving us the okay to trick you?
Malluel: Woo-hoo! Oh, and sorry... I can't help but feel we guilt-tripped you into this.
Halluel: Thank you! Your kindness won't be wasted! Prepare for the tickling of a lifetime!


Halluel: Happy Halloween, (Captain)! Hm? What are you...
Malluel: You've got both hands stretched out in front of you while holding a big bag of candy.
I'm guessing that means you're ready to either prank or be pranked. Teehee, how cute.
Halluel: Well, if that's how it's going to be, it'd be a bad look for us not to get into the spirit. All right, you asked for it.
Malluel: We came up with the perfect tickle attack just for today, heehee. With just a flap of our wings...
Halluel & Malluel: Tickle, tickle, tickle!
Halluel: How was that? Did you almost die laughing? Aw, you made the custest face.
Malluel: The night's still young. We've got plenty more mischief up our sleeves.


Halluel & Malluel: Happy Halloween!
Malluel: I hope you're ready for another round of pranks!
Halluel: Hehehe. We won't be pulling our usual pranks this year though—not after Uriel himself conceded to us!
Malluel: Ready or not, here we come!
Halluel & Malluel: Tickle, tickle, tickle!
Halluel: Hehe... How's this for a prank? It really tickles, doesn't it?
Malluel: Teehee. Well, I can't say I've ever seen you make that face before.
Halluel: But we're not done yet! Let's see how long you can endure our attack!
Malluel: Hold on until the end, and we'll give you a sweet, sweet reward!

Happy Holidays Cutscenes
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The smallest of noises suddenly wakes (Captain) from dreamland.
Malluel: Oopsy! Sorry, I guess we were too loud.
Halluel: We didn't mean to wake you, (Captain).
Someone told us today is the day all the good boys and girls get presents delivered next to their pillows.
Malluel: So Hal and I are going around delivering gifts on everyone's behalf!
Halluel: Okay. Hold out your hand.
Both: Happy holidays, (Captain)!
Malluel: The original plan was to make the drop and tiptoe out with you none the wiser. Sorry again for disturbing your slumber.
Halluel: Oh! I know the perfect apology. We'll sing you a lullaby.
Malluel: Heehee. That's a great idea, Hal!
Let's tuck you in, nice and snug.
Like being wrapped in a fluffy hug.
Now close your eyes, and sleep well in beddy-byes.
Halluel: Good night, (Captain). May visions of dancing sugarplums visit you on this holy night.


Malluel: Happy holidays, (Captain)!
Halluel: A present for the holy night from the Archangel Parcel Service!
This year's present is something special that we prepared for you.
Malluel: Hehe. Let's take a look, shall we?
Ta-da! A specially made, five-layered cake!
Halluel: Az and Iss helped us with it. They were so determined to make something that you'd like!
Malluel: It was supposed to be something small at first, but the dessert got bigger and bigger...
Halluel: All the layers have different flavors. It's really big, so enjoy it with everyone in the crew, okay?
Malluel: We should get back to delivering then. We need to get all the presents to the children tonight.
Halluel: Yeah. Let us know how you like the cake after. I'm sure Az and Iss are dying to know too.
Have a good holy night, (Captain)!


Halluel: Hahaha! Looks like Az and Iss are real serious about winning.
Malluel: Yeah, I think we're going to get crushed. Maybe we should just give up and start practicing for next year?
Halluel: Oh! (Captain)! This is perfect. Are you in the mood to join our snowball fight?
Malluel: Az and Iss recruited Sandalphon for their team, so the chances of us winning are slim to none without even sides.
Halluel: We were discussing picking up another member. Besides, getting sweaty before the holiday party is good for working up one's appetite.
Malluel: The losing team has to get the winners a cake. Let's make sure we win!


Halluel: Here's our holiday gift to you, (Captain).
It's a greeting card for the holiday season.
Malluel: We found it while out on a shopping spree in the previous town.
Halluel: Greeting cards are a great way to send love to friends and loved ones during the holidays.
So that gave us a great idea.
Malluel: We'll provide everyone in the crew with a card that they can then send to someone special, and we'll deliver them!
It's the kind of service only the Archangel Parcel Service can provide.
Halluel: Okay, here's your card. Just put down the name of your favorite person.
Malluel: We'll get it to them, guaranteed.
(Captain) nods and then writes "Halluel and Malluel."
Malluel: Haha... Oh, (Captain). You had us in mind from the start, didn't you?
Halluel: Ahaha! This is the best holiday gift we could've asked for! Thank you, (Captain).


Malluel: Happy holidays, (Captain)!
Halluel: I hope you enjoy our gift. We tried mixing it up this year.
Malluel: Ta-da! Here you go, (Captain)! A treasure map!
Follow the map, and you'll find yourself a magnificent present!
Halluel: If you get stuck, just let us know, and we'll give you a hint.
But if you find it without any hints, then...
Malluel: Well, we'll give you an extra special prize! What's the prize, you ask? That's a secret!
Halluel: Hehe. Anyway, I hope you're ready for the treasure hunt of a lifetime!
Halluel & Malluel: Ready! Set! Go!

Fate Episodes

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One Very Busy Vacation

Halluel and Malluel can't decide what to do for the day, so Carren devises the ultimate itinerary for them. Thanks to the acting captain's scheduling skills, the twins get in a full day of activities, capped off by a fireworks show shared with Azrael and Israfel.

The shark hysteria that surfaced a few days ago has settled down. A pair of twin archangels are taking a stroll on the beach, trying to decide what's on tap for the day.
Halluel: There are so many things to see and do here. I don't even know where to start.
Malluel: Hm? Do you hear what I hear?
Any version of Lilele is a crew member

Lilele: I close my eyes and see your smile,

the memory of its radiance undimmed

all this long while.
Any version of Lilele is a crew member

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No version of Lilele in crew

???: I close my eyes and see your smile,

the memory of its radiance undimmed

all this long while.
Continue 1
Halluel: What a lovely voice. Let's go find a closer spot!
The twins, lured in by the siren song, walk toward a crowd gathered around a stage.
Lilele: Thanks, everyone, for coming out to support your favorite idol Lilele!
Lilele: You can also catch me during my performance scheduled for later today! Don't be a stranger, okay?
A girl dressed in a swimsuit is at the center of the crowd's cheers.
Any version of Lilele is a crew member

Lilele, still going strong as a popular idol, is hitting the boardwalk to build up hype for today's concert.
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No version of Lilele in crew

Lilele is a popular idol appearing as one of the performers at today's summer festivities.
She's hitting the boardwalk to build up hype for an afternoon concert.
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Malluel: She must've been the one we heard singing. What's she handing out?
Lilele: Hello, ladies! Please take a program for today's concert!
Lilele hands Halluel and Malluel each a program from the stack in her arms.
Halluel: Hm, a concert... What do you say we go have a listen, Mal?
Malluel: Fabulous idea! But we've got some time to kill before it starts. What should we do while we wait?
Lilele: Why not check out the assortment of food stalls around here?
Lilele: If you're not particularly hungry, I recommend trying out some water sports, like racing with ride-on floats!
Malluel: Ooh, this is tough. Both of those suggestions sound too fun to pass up.
Lilele: I wish I could stay and chat, but I have to go get ready. Hope to see you in the stands!
The idol gives the twins an adorable smile and a pose before making her way to the performers area.
Halluel: We need a plan of attack if we want to make the most of this vacation. Let's look around a little more in case we missed something fun.
Lyria: Oh! Hal and Mal are here too!
Any version of Carren is a crew member

Carren: Acquaintances of yours?
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No version of Carren in crew

???: Acquaintances of yours?
Continue 3
Vyrn: Yep. We couldn't have won some big fights in the past without their help.
Sandalphon (Event) not in crew

A conflict that decided the fate of the Sky Realm, in which archangels and skydwellers fought together against fallen angels.
Halluel and Malluel played their part in this struggle, sometimes acting as scouts, and sometimes fighting on the front lines.
Any version of Carren is a crew member

Carren: I see! Then it's my duty as acting captain to welcome a friend of (Captain)'s.
Carren: Hi there! My name's Carren. It's a pleasure to meet you!

No version of Carren in crew

???: I see! Then it's my duty as acting captain to welcome a friend of (Captain)'s.
Carren: Hi there! My name's Carren. It's a pleasure to meet you!
Carren comes from a line of mages and also happens to be Eugen's niece. She showed up on the Grandcypher one day out of the blue.
Rather than spend her days cooped up studying magic, her predilection for traveling the world is partly to blame for her decision to become a skyfarer.
Eugen covered for Carren by speaking to her parents, and that's how she came to travel with (Captain).
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Carren: What are you two going to do next?
Malluel: We're still trying to figure that out. It's just so hard to choose from all these options.
Carren: Huh? That's easy. Just do everything!
Halluel: Everything?
Carren: Duh, it's vacation! We're at the beach! It'll be a total waste if you don't live it up!
Malluel: Is it even possible to do everything in such a limited amount of time?
Carren: Heheh! Good thing you've got an acting captain at your disposal!
Carren: I'll put together the perfect itinerary. Just tell me what you want to prioritize!
Carren is in full-on planning mode. It doesn't take her long to create a comprehensive schedule tailored for the twins.
Carren: Boom! Finished! Heheh. It's perfect, if I do say so myself!
Carren is all smiles as she shows Halluel and Malluel her handiwork.
Halluel: Oh wow, this schedule is packed!
Malluel: It sure is. There's barely any downtime to catch our breath!
Vyrn: "Food run, water sports, concert, shaved ice, beach volleyball, watermelon smashing..."
Vyrn: Are you serious? This is way too hectic no matter how you slice it!
Carren: Then we'd better get our butts in gear! Time's a-ticking if we don't want to fall behind schedule!
Carren grabs the twins by their hands, and they race off to the sea of food stalls along the beach.
Halluel: Woo-hoo! I bagged me an urkin plushie!
Malluel: Whee! I got something too!
Lyria: You two are such great shots! I can't believe you won four prizes!
Carren: Fime foo wide fwom fwoafees!
Vyrn: I can't tell what you're tryin' to say with all that food stuffed in your mouth.
Carren: I said it's time to ride some floaties! Here, scarf these kebabs while we head over to the water!
Carren distributes the skewers to each of the crew members.
Halluel: Nom nom... The ticket booth for water sports is over there!
Malluel: Chomp chomp... Come on, let's get a move on!
(Captain) and company run with skewers in their mouths to where the ride tickets are being sold.
Halluel: Yaahooo!
Malluel: Hahaha! We're going so fast!
The twins surf the waves on their dolphin-shaped inflatables like pros.
Carren: Wha? H-how'd they pick it up on their first try?
Carren: I'm not gonna let 'em show me up! Giddy-up!
Halluel: Oh, no you don't!
Malluel: We're just getting started!
Lyria: Hey, wait for us!
Vyrn: Geez, those three are as fast as albacores!
Carren's Voice: (Captain)! Vyrn! Lyria! Hurry back to shore, the concert's about to start!
Lyria: Eep! Already?
Halluel: L-O-V-E! That's our lovely Lilele!
Malluel: You're such a cutie, Lilele!
Vyrn: Haha! Looks like two more Lilele fans just popped into existence!
Lilele: Thanks for coming to today's concert, everybody! Stick around and don't miss a second of fun!
Halluel & Malluel: Whooo!
Halluel: Hahaha! How long's it been since we got to cheer our lungs out?
Malluel: All that screaming made me thirsty. Wanna go buy a juice or something?
Carren: Whoa, guess what I just heard! They're gonna host a field day.
Carren: And the grand prize is VIP passes for tonight's fireworks show! Like, primo front row seats!
Malluel: How is it any different from watching fireworks from afar?
Carren: The intensity is totally different! (Captain) and I saw 'em up close once, and I thought I was in heaven. It was that awesome!
Halluel: Really? Hm, Az and Iss would enjoy that.
Malluel: Not to mention how much fun a field day sounds! Count me in!
With two enthusiastic votes for yes, Halluel, Malluel, and Carren take off for the competition zone.
Lyria: Phew... Where do those three get their energy from?
Vyrn: Let's just chill until the field day starts. Then we'll go see how they're doing!
Field Day MC: And next up is the three-legged race! In lane one, we have Team Archangel Parcel Service!
Halluel & Malluel: ...
The twins smile and wave to the spectators when their team name is called out.
Lyria: Hal and Mal are perfect for the three-legged race!
Vyrn: Hey, it's about to start!
Field Day MC: Runners, on your mark, get set—
Halluel & Malluel: One, two! One, two!
One, two! One, two!
Lyria: You can do it, Hal! Mal!
Carren: Go! Go! Gooo!
Two breaths merge as one. Their movements flow in unison at a pace that quickly takes them to the front of the pack.
Vyrn: Yes! They're in first place!
Erune Twins: One, two! One, two!
One, two! One, two!
Lyria: Gasp! But that Erune team is catching up to them fast!
Vyrn: Shoot! They're neck and neck!
Halluel: One, two! One, two!
Erune Twins: One, two! One, two!
Field Day MC: Neither team is giving ground! Who's going to win is anybody's guess!
Halluel: Victory will be ours!
Malluel: This is for Az and Iss!
Halluel & Malluel: Haaaah!
Field Day MC: What in the world? Beautiful wings have appeared on the backs of Team APS!
Field Day MC: This is an absolutely stunning turn of events! They've spread their wings and are continuing to speed up!
Vyrn: Does the announcer think those wings are fake? The twins must be super locked in to have let their wings come out by accident.
Older Twin: Tch! We're not licked yet—
Younger Twin: Aaagh!
Older Twin: Waaah!
A momentary lapse in concentration causes the opposing team to trip, allowing the archangels to take an insurmountable lead.
Field Day MC: Wave that checkered flag!
Field Day MC: Because Team APS has won it all!
Halluel: Yesss! We won!
Malluel: Eeek! Watch out, Hal!
Just as the twins cross the finish line, a lone swim ring comes rolling in their path.
Halluel: Waaah!
Malluel: Yaaagh!
Unable to stop in time, they trip over the swim ring and crash into the sand.
The strap around their legs slips off as they tumble, and is carried off into the wind.
Halluel: Haha...
Malluel: Hehe...
Halluel & Malluel: Ahahaha!
Halluel: I didn't see that coming!
Malluel: I know, right? Who ever heard of a runaway swim ring?
The twins roll around in the sand, holding their sides with laughter.
Vyrn: I don't get what's so funny, but there's never a dull moment around them!
Elderly Man: Might those two be the ones I heard about...
Elderly Man: Yes, they must be. They should be able to handle my request.
An elderly gentleman in the audience mumbles to himself. He seems to be planning something.
Beach volleyball, watermelon smashing, shaved ice, snorkeling...
They follow Carren's tight schedule to a T. Soon the sun will bid them good night, signaling the start of the fireworks show.
Having won the field day event, Halluel and Malluel enter the VIP viewing area and summon Azrael.
Azrael: Squee! What a fun vacation! And you even managed to win the competition!
Malluel: We really had to hustle from one activity to another, but we got so much done thanks to Carren.
Halluel: Oh yeah! We got souvenirs for you and Iss.
Halluel: Ta-da!
Azrael: Squee? Pointy, spiky balls?
Azrael: Wait, these are urkins! I read a book that said they're juicy and delicious on the inside!
Halluel: Bingo! We got four, so that makes one for each of us.
Azrael: Iss is gonna be so happy! I'll give it to her when she wakes up and we'll eat them together.
Azrael: Squee?
A loud explosion interrupts the quiet night, and a medley of colors illuminates the darkness.
Azrael: Woow! So big and pretty!
Azrael: It's like watching a field of flowers blooming in the sky!
Halluel: Mm-hm. I'm glad we pulled out all the stops to get these seats.
Malluel: Heehee. Once Az and Iss return to normal, I want all of us to visit a whole bunch of places together.
Despite her body still wrapped in cloth, Azrael jumps and whoops with joy at each barrage of fireworks.
Halluel and Malluel glance at each other and share a smile as they bask in all the wonderful memories they made today.

Sending Our Thoughts

An elderly man asks Halluel and Malluel to deliver a letter to a woman he lost contact with when they were both children. Despite the man being unable to provide much detail about the intended recipient, the twins readily accept his request. They head to the woman's last known location when she was a child to gather information.

As their vacation comes to an end, (Captain) and company are enjoying the fireworks when an elderly man grabs their attention.
Elderly Man: Excuse me, but are you two the winged messengers people have been talking about?
Halluel: Hm? If you mean the Archangel Parcel Service, then yes, that's us.
Malluel: Is there a letter you'd like to have delivered?
Elderly Man: Yes, if you would humor a preposterous request.
Elderly Man: I once met a girl searching for pink seashells on an island when I was a wee lad. I'd like you to deliver this letter to her.
Halluel and Malluel take a glance at the man's letter, then look at each other with raised eyebrows.
Lyria: Um, there doesn't seem to be an address on the envelope...
Elderly Man: That's because I don't know where she currently resides.
Elderly Man: All I have to go on is her nickname and the name of her village from way back when.
Halluel: I can see why you called it a preposterous request.
Malluel: Okay, mister. Can you tell us everything you know?
The elderly man's shoulders sag a little, as if embarrassed to be inconveniencing the crew. He recounts a story from his past.
Long ago, when the elderly man was just a boy...
Young Boy: Whatcha lookin' for?
It's a warm summer day. A young boy comes across a girl scouring the sandy shores of Auguste. He doesn't hide his curiosity.
Shell-Hunting Girl: I'm looking for seashells.
Young Boy: Seashells? They're everywhere. Look, there's a whole bunch right there.
Shell-Hunting Girl: Uh-uh, not those. I'm looking for pink ones.
Shell-Hunting Girl: There's a story that if you have a pink, heart-shaped seashell, it'll bring you happiness!
Young Boy: Hmm... Okay. I'll help ya look too.
Shell-Hunting Girl: You will? Thanks!
The boy visits the beach every day without fail to help the girl look for her heart-shaped seashells.
But that blissful summer draws to a close without them finding a single one.
It was time for the girl, who had been staying with relatives only for the summer, to go home to her parents.
Shell-Hunting Girl: It's too bad we didn't find anything even though you spent your summer helping me.
Shell-Hunting Girl: Even with both of us looking, we couldn't find anything... I guess it was just a fairy tale.
Young Boy: I'll find one!
Shell-Hunting Girl: Huh?
Young Boy: I'll find one and send it to ya, even if you live somewhere far away. That's what letters are for, right?
Young Boy: So just wait, okay? I'll definitely get one to ya!
Elderly Man: We kept writing each other letters from across the vast sky while I continued looking for her shells.
Elderly Man: That is until...
After many months, he finally finds the promised shell and sends it out with his usual letter.
But he never receives a reply. No correspondence from the girl ever came again.
Malluel: Did you try sending her any more letters afterward?
Elderly Man: No matter how many letters I sent out, they always came back as undeliverable.
Vyrn: How come you wanna reach her again even though you've no way of getting in touch anymore?
Elderly Man: Call it a whim. One day, my granddaughter gathered a large pile of shells.
The elderly man had forgotten about the little girl he once knew, but those dormant memories came flooding back at the sight of the shells.
Did the heart-shaped shell he sent ever reach her? If it did, did it bring her happiness like the story claimed?
In order to find out, he wants to try sending her just one more letter.
But without her address, he was almost ready to give up on the near impossible task.
Halluel: I see. That's why you came to us.
Malluel: I can definitely see regular delivery services having a difficult time delivering your letter.
Malluel: If you know her name at least, that might be enough to go on...
Elderly Man: We were just kids, you know? We both used nicknames in our letters to keep things simple.
Elderly Man: Remembering her nickname isn't a problem, but I never learned her real name.
Halluel: Okay, I think I get the picture. We can probably get this done, right, Mal?
Malluel: Mm-hm! We're the Archangel Parcel Service. We'll get it delivered to wherever and whomever. That's our motto.
Malluel: No letter is too impossible to deliver.
Halluel: Take heart, sir. We'll make sure your precious letter gets to her.
Lyria: And we'll help too! She won't stay missing for long with all of us on the case!
Elderly Man: Oh! I can't thank you all enough. I'll be waiting for the good news.
The next day, the crew discusses how to tackle delivering the elderly man's letter.
Halluel: Malluel and I will go to the village where the girl used to live.
Malluel: The locals might know something about her.
Lyria: Okay! We'll stay here and ask around for any information.
Vyrn: There's gotta be other people besides the old-timer who've met her before!
With their efforts focused on delivering the letter, Halluel and Malluel split off from the crew to begin their assignment.

Sending Our Thoughts: Scene 2

The twins arrive on the island where the girl last resided, only to discover her village has long since been destroyed by monsters. A local islander says the girl's family moved to another island. The islander then asks the twins to deliver something for her since they're heading in that direction.

Halluel and Malluel follow the elderly man's directions and arrive at an island far from Auguste.
Halluel: Well, we're here. The village where the girl used to live is supposed to be around here somewhere...
Malluel: Look, Hal! There's a house over there!
Halluel: You're right. Let's go!
Villager: What the!
Malluel: Sorry for startling you like that. We're looking for someone.
Halluel: This is the village we're trying to find. Do you happen to know how to get there?
Halluel shows the villager a piece of paper with the name of their destination written on it.
Villager: Ah... That's probably the neighboring village.
Villager: Thing is, I heard it hit the skids a long time ago. Seems a horde of monsters wrecked it pretty bad.
Malluel: The village was destroyed by monsters? Then all those poor people...
Villager: I'm sure there were survivors. Word is they escaped to another village on the other side of the mountain.
Halluel: Hm, so we're not out of options yet. Thanks, we'll go check it out.
Villager: Oh, wait!
The villager stops the twins as they are about to take off.
Villager: Since you're heading over there anyway, would you mind delivering a letter for me?
Malluel: Sure, of course. Who should we give it to?
Villager: A childhood friend of mine recently tied the knot. This wedding card is for him.
The twins nod and take the card.
Villager: Thank you. I wanted to give it to him in person, but I just can't seem to find the time to.
Malluel: It's all right, that's what we're here for. Piece of cake.
Halluel: Your card is safe with us.
With a final goodbye, the twins take to the skies and head for the other village.
Halluel and Malluel fly over the mountain and arrive at a village in the forest. They promptly go to deliver the wedding card.
Malluel: Good day. Your friend asked us to deliver this wedding card to you.
Childhood Friend: You mean the guy from across the mountain? I don't believe it...
The twins share a confused look. This isn't the reaction they were expecting.
Halluel: Did something happen between you two?
Childhood Friend: Nah, nothing like that. I just wasn't counting on getting a response this quickly.
Malluel: Does he take that long to answer back?
Childhood Friend: Eh, it's more like this place has a shortage of messengers and travelers willing to take on extra tasks.
Childhood Friend: That's why it's commonplace for letters to take weeks to arrive.
Halluel: I see. It must be difficult for the residents here.
Childhood Friend: Haha. Hey, you get used to it. But in any case, thanks for the delivery.
The twins return the man's smile.
Malluel: No problem! By the way, maybe you can help us with something.
Malluel: Your friend told us about a village that got attacked by monsters a long time ago, and that some of the survivors fled here.
Childhood Friend: Oh yeah, we had a few move in. What about 'em?
Halluel: One of them might be the person we're searching for.
As Halluel and Malluel describe the girl in detail, the man furrows his brow in thought.
Childhood Friend: Sorry, that doesn't ring a bell at all.
Halluel: Hm... Well, so much for that. It was our only clue.
Childhood Friend: Actually, maybe my mother would know.
The man disappears inside his house. Eventually an old woman shuffles to the door.
Man's Mother: Guests are such a rarity these days. You're looking for survivors of that ruined village, you say?
Malluel: Yes. Does this name sound familiar to you?
Malluel shows her the name written on the elderly man's letter and explains the situation. The old woman listens intently, then nods knowingly.
Man's Mother: Yes, I distinctly remember a girl who lived there that matches your description.
Man's Mother: She was the only girl from that village who had been to Auguste before.
Halluel: Does she live here now?
Man's Mother: No. Her family packed up and moved to another island the very day their village was attacked.
Halluel: I see. You wouldn't happen to know where they moved to, would you?
Man's Mother: Let me see...
According to the old woman, the girl moved to an island that would take days even by airship.
On top of that, since airships only come to this island once every few days, getting to the other island could take up to a month.
Malluel: That's not an issue. We have wings of our own.
Halluel: Auguste was basically a stone's throw away for us.
Man's Mother: Is that right?
Childhood Friend: Yeah. These two just delivered a wedding card from my friend down by the foot of the mountain.
Man's Mother: That's impressive. Can I bother you with a request of my own then?
Halluel: Certainly. What would you like us to deliver?
The old woman picks a bunch of flowers from her garden and arranges them into a beautiful bouquet.
Man's Mother: My daughter got married and settled down on the same island you're about to head to.
Man's Mother: She loves these flowers, but I was never able to send her any because they'd wilt by the time they reached her.
Halluel: Gotcha. We'll get these flowers to your daughter while they're still fresh.
Malluel: Thank you so much for the information! I think we're finally on track to getting this letter to the right place!
Man's Mother: I'm glad I could help. Have a safe trip.
The family waves goodbye as the twins take off for the next island.
Halluel: Careful with those flowers, Mal. We don't want their petals scattering in the wind.
Malluel: I know that, Hal! Now let's go full speed ahead without losing a single petal!
The two winged couriers, each carrying precious cargo, make haste across the blue sky.

Sending Our Thoughts: Scene 3

Halluel and Malluel arrive on the island the girl is said to have moved to and learn that an elderly woman who fits the description of the recipient they're looking for lives by the shores of Auguste. They return to Auguste to find the crew helping an elderly woman look for something in the waters off the beach. A monster has taken her possessions, and they must defeat it to get them back.

Halluel and Malluel touch down on the next island in their search. A letter and a bouquet are waiting to be delivered.
They stop at a residence in a certain part of town to deliver the flowers first.
Woman: Yes?
Malluel: Hello! Delivery from APS! Your mother asked us to give you this.
Malluel hands the woman the bouquet.
Woman: Oh my! These are the flowers Mom grew.
Halluel: I'm sorry, we tried to transport them as carefully as we could, but it looks like they wilted a bit in transit.
Woman: It's quite all right. Nothing a little water can't fix.
Woman: I've loved the smell of these flowers since I was a child. So many memories...
The woman brings the bouquet in close for a whiff, and tears begin to drip down her face.
The twins can tell that they're tears of joy. They smile at each other.
Halluel: Looks like another job well done.
Malluel: Mm-hm. It's a good thing we decided to go with express shipping.
Woman: Thanks for making my day.
Woman: I never thought I'd ever get to see such colorful blooms on this island.
The woman explains that these flowers only grow in her home island's climate.
Perishables spoil over the long distance between her current and former home, making fresh deliveries impossible.
The only alternative since she moved here is the dried, processed flowers included with each of her mother's letters.
Halluel: No wonder her mother got excited when she heard we could fly.
Malluel: It's not just about speed. We have the edge when it comes to transporting goods that can't be delivered by normal means.
It pleases the twins to know that they're doing something worthwhile, as evidenced by the appreciation from those receiving their packages.
This brings them back to the task of delivering the elderly man's letter.
Halluel: By the way, we're looking for a certain woman.
Malluel: She's a bit older now, but in her younger days, she used to look for pink seashells in Auguste.
Woman: Hmm... That sounds familiar actually. I think Mom might've mentioned something about pink seashells.
???: You're looking for pink shells?
An inquisitive little girl pokes her head out from behind her mother's legs and stares up at the two archangels.
Malluel: Not exactly. We're looking for the person looking for pink shells.
Halluel: Um, do you know something about the pink shells?
Girl: We looked for them when Mommy and Daddy took me to the beach.
Halluel: Aw... Your mom and dad helped you look for shells?
Girl: No, an old lady helped me. I don't know her name. She said she's been looking for pink shells since she was small like me.
Girl: And, um... She said her friend sent her a pink shell in the mail.
Girl: But then she had to move, so she couldn't send him a letter to say thanks.
Astonished by the little girl's words, the twins turn to the woman.
Malluel: Miss! Can you tell us where this beach is?
Woman: Huh? Oh, it's, um... We took a family vacation last year down to the Auguste coast.
Woman: Now that I think about it, there was an elderly woman collecting seashells. She said she lived nearby.
From what the little girl and her mother told them, the twins are certain that this elderly woman is the one they've been looking for.
Halluel: Thank you. With your help, this letter is sure to find the right hands.
Malluel: We'd best be on our way. If there's anything you'd like to send out, give us a holler!
Woman: Thank you so much. Good luck with your deliveries.
After saying one final farewell, the twins soar into the sky, ready to return to Auguste.
Malluel: In the end, the person we're looking for was in Auguste all along.
Halluel: A classic case of not seeing the forest for the trees. I guess you can chalk this one up to fate.
Halluel: That elderly man might even have seen her before without knowing it.
Malluel: It's kinda romantic in a way, when fate plays tricks on you.
Upon returning to Auguste, the twins look for the rest of the crew, who had been gathering intel on their end.
From high up in the sky, they spot the crew in the waters close to the beach. They appear to be looking for something.
Halluel: Hey, (Captain)!
Lyria: Oh! Welcome back, you two!
Malluel: We flew back as soon as we found some vital clues about the letter's recipient.
Lyria: Really? That's great!
Lyria: Unfortunately we didn't really have much luck on our side...
Vyrn suddenly erupts from beneath the waves behind Lyria, splashing water every which way.
Vyrn: Gaaasp!
Vyrn: Hey, old lady, you sure this is the right spot?
Elderly Woman: It should be. But I fear the current might have taken it farther out to sea.
Halluel: Who's she, Lyria?
Halluel whispers the question into Lyria's ear.
Lyria: Well, you see...
After the twins left Auguste, the crew went around the beach looking for information.
As they were walking along the shoreline, they spotted an elderly woman frantically searching for something in the water.
It turns out that a wave had caught her by surprise and ripped her bag away.
Lyria: So we're helping her find her bag.
Malluel: I see. I had no idea the tide could come up this high...
Halluel: I guess the sea wasn't playing nice.
Elderly Woman: Ah, are you ladies coming to check on your friends? I'm sorry for keeping them out here.
Malluel: It's no problem at all. We're sorry to hear about what happened to you.
Halluel: We'll join the hunt for your bag. We can cover more area that way.
Elderly Woman: Oh dear, I can't ask you to do that. Everyone here has already been helping me look for quite a while.
  1. It's sink or swim.
  2. Your problem is our problem.

Choose: It's sink or swim.
Vyrn: Yeah, and we wouldn't wanna leave empty-handed after all this time!
Lyria: We can't just let someone who's in trouble get washed away!
Lyria: Let's all keep looking!

Choose: Your problem is our problem.
Malluel: Heehee, nothing you can say is going to stop these guys.
Malluel: That's why (Captain) has a stellar record when it comes to problem-solving.
Halluel: So don't worry about us. We'll definitely find it if we work together.
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Elderly Woman: All of you are wonderful, thank you. Well, let's continue then, shall we?
Halluel and Malluel change into swimsuits.
Malluel: Whew... How's it going over there, Hal?
Halluel: I haven't found anything here.
Lyria: Then the current must have taken it far away...
Malluel: The current around here is pretty calm, so there's still hope that it's caught somewhere...
Vyrn: Hm?
Halluel: What is it? Find something?
Vyrn: Might just be my imagination... I thought I saw something pop out of the water for a sec.
Halluel isn't as quick to dismiss Vyrn's observation. She stares at the water's surface.
A dark shadow beneath the waves gradually grows larger. She shouts a warning at the crew.
Halluel: Something's coming! Get back to shore! Hurry!
Monster: ...
Lyria: Eeeek! A monster!
Malluel: Hey! Isn't that the bag we're looking for?
Malluel points to a floral-patterned bag in the monster's clutches.
Halluel: Aha! That monster was the one who kicked up that wave!
Malluel: If that's the case, then all we have to do is beat it up to get the bag back!
Halluel: Yep! Let's go, (Captain)!

Sending Our Thoughts: Scene 4

The elderly woman invites the crew to her home, and they're surprised by who also lives there: the elderly man who asked them to deliver his letter. It turns out that he and the girl in his letter had unknowingly married each other. The elderly couple finally get to exchange their letters, bringing smiles to everyone present, and the archangels feel rewarded in their role as couriers.

Monster: ...
(Captain) and company defeat the monster from the depths and retrieve the elderly woman's bag.
Malluel: We got your bag back! It's completely soaked, but other than that, it doesn't seem to be damaged.
Elderly Woman: Thank you, dears.
The elderly woman quickly rummages inside her bag, and a look of relief crosses her face.
Elderly Woman: Oh, thank goodness it's still here.
Lyria: That bag must mean a lot to you. I'm so glad you got it back!
Elderly Woman: Yes. It holds a cherished memento of mine.
Halluel: Wait! That's—
The elderly woman pulls out a pale, pink shell from the bag.
The crew notices the way she carefully handles it.
Halluel: Mal, remember what that girl said about a lady who helped her collect seashells?
Malluel: Yeah, it's probably her. And she's probably the same person the elderly man has been looking for.
Halluel: Excuse me, ma'am, but may I have a word?
Elderly Woman: Of course, what is it?
Halluel: I think I might have a letter for—
Lyria & Vyrn: Achoo!
Lyria: Sniff... S-sorry, it's a little chilly.
Vyrn: I guess we are pretty drenched to the bone from being in the water for so long.
Elderly Woman: Goodness, this won't do at all! Let's get you dried up at my house before you catch a cold.
The crew accepts the woman's offer, and she ushers them to her nearby home.
Elderly Man: Oh, welcome ba—huh?
The crew's eyes open wide at the sight of the elderly man behind the door.
Vyrn: What the! Is this your house, old-timer?
Lyria: Oh my gosh! What a coincidence!
Elderly Woman: Oh, have you met them before?
Elderly Man: Yeah, they're doing me a small favor, actually.
In a strange twist, it appears that the elderly woman is the wife of the man who asked for his letter to be delivered.
Now that the facts are clear, Halluel and Malluel are confident that this woman is the intended recipient of the letter.
Malluel: We have a delivery for you, ma'am.
The elderly woman is puzzled. Halluel takes out the letter and hands it to her.
Elderly Woman: Goodness! This is from that boy. How did he...
Halluel: We went to the last known address, connected some dots, and followed its trail to you.
Malluel: As you've already guessed, it's from the person who sent you that shell you cherish so much.
Elderly Man: It can't be... Are you the one I spent that summer with, looking for shells by the shore? Are you Sue?
Elderly Woman: Gasp! If you know that nickname, then... Don't tell me you're Lou?
The woman, her hands trembling, takes out the shell from her bag.
The man's eyes crinkle as he breaks into a smile.
Elderly Man: Did you actually carve our names into the shell?
Upon closer inspection of the heart-shaped shell, the unmistakable letters "S+L" can be seen.
Lyria: Oh! There it is!
Elderly Woman: Well! Since you seem to know everything, then it has to be you!
Elderly Man: Unbelievable! To think that my first love has been by my side for all these years!
Elderly Woman: I don't know what to say. We were right in each other's arms!
Vyrn: So how come you never wrote him back?
Elderly Woman: It's not that I didn't write back. I couldn't.
The monsters attacked Sue's village the day after she received the shell in the mail.
With her home and village going up in flames, the only thing she could save was the seashell.
Elderly Woman: My parents passed away shortly after we arrived at a new island. Things kept coming up, and I forgot about the letter.
Elderly Woman: By the time my life finally settled down long enough to remember to write back, his name and address had slipped from my mind.
Halluel: Ah, so you had no choice but to give up.
Elderly Woman: Not entirely. I sought the help of a skyfarer once.
Sue asked a skyfarer visiting the island she was living on to pass on a letter to Lou. She made sure to mention his defining features.
Malluel: But the letter never made it to him.
Elderly Woman: I don't blame the skyfarer. When all you've got to go on is someone nicknamed Lou who lives in Auguste, it's like looking for a needle in a haystack.
Lyria: That's pretty much the same amount of information we had for this letter.
Lyria: And despite that, Hal and Mal still managed to get it delivered! They're amazing!
Elderly Man: I was this close to giving up too. This is nothing short of a miracle.
Elderly Woman: And we even ended up as husband and wife... Fate works in mysterious ways.
Vyrn continues to glance at the letter, and finally decides to ask.
Vyrn: So what's in the letter?
Lyria: Hush, Vyrn! That's for them to know!
Elderly Man: Ah, it's fine. You all really helped me out on this one, so... Well, I guess it's a little embarrassing.
Elderly Woman: Hehe. Yes, I think you've earned the right to know what it says.
Lyria: If you're both okay with it...
The crew gathers around Sue to read the letter.
Lou's Letter: Dear Sue,
How are you? Do you remember the time we spent looking for those pink seashells?
Lou's Letter: A long time has passed since those summer days. I met my soul mate, and we are blessed with two wonderful children.
Lou's Letter: They are taking their first steps on this journey called life. The sea here is beautiful with my wife by my side.
Lou's Letter: I'm not rich in wealth, but I'm rich in happiness. Let me know how life has been for you.
Sue suddenly walks over to a small desk in the corner of the room. She takes out a sheet of paper and starts to write.
She folds the paper, slips it neatly into an envelope, and hands it to her somewhat nervous husband.
Elderly Woman: I'm sorry I took so long to write, but this letter is for you, dear.
Elderly Man: Thanks. Can I read it?
Elderly Woman: Please do. That's what it's for.
Encouraged by his wife, Lou's aged fingers open the fresh envelope with some trepidation.
Sue's Letter: Dear Lou,
It's been so long. I, too, have found my soul mate, and together we are spending our lives in absolute happiness.
Sue's Letter: I am certain that the shell you found for me is what brought me this wealth of untold joy.
Elderly Woman: Hehe. The story about a heart-shaped seashell that brings happiness... Turns out it's true.
Elderly Man: Yeah. But we also owe thanks to some others.
Lou turns to Halluel and Malluel, who haven't said a word this entire time.
Elderly Man: You ladies are the true bringers of our happiness.
Elderly Man: Thanks to your parcel service, my letter found its way home.
Malluel: Heehee, we're just happy that you're happy.
Halluel: Yeah. It's all in a day's work for APS. We'll get your parcel where it needs to go, guaranteed.
Vyrn: That couple was crazy happy!
Lyria: Yeah! That was a wonderful ending to a wonderful story!
The crew is returning to the Grandcypher after leaving the elderly couple's home.
Halluel and Malluel walk behind (Captain) and the others, watching them discuss what just took place.
Malluel: Hey, Hal. I think I understand why mortals send letters.
Malluel: Letters get lost or damaged, and sometimes they don't reach their intended recipients.
Malluel: Nevertheless, mortals long to share their feelings with others, no matter what distances separate them.
Halluel: That's true. They write letters in order to bring joy to others.
Halluel: Mal, I'm glad we became letter carriers.
Halluel: We were meant to be messengers. It's a worthwhile endeavor, but the best part is—
Malluel: Seeing people's faces light up when they get their package, right?
Malluel: Heehee. I feel the same, Hal. There's no better calling than this.
Halluel: Mal, let's make sure we get as many letters into as many hands as possible.
Malluel: You betcha! Heralds of smiles for everyone in the skies—that's us!
It all started with one letter. A single letter that led the twin archangels to embark on a journey to deliver smiles to all.
They will continue to spread their wings to reach skydwellers far and wide, wherever they may be.
Perhaps it's only a matter of time before the endeavors of the Archangel Parcel Service extend to all corners of the realm.

Side-scrolling Quotes

JapaneseThis is an official transcription. EnglishThis is an official translation.
ま~ちゃんは、今日は何をして遊びたい? Hey, Mal, what do you wanna do for fun today?
原石を見つけるとついつい気になって…… You'll know a true gem when you see one.
は~ちゃん、海まで競争しましょう♪ Hal! Race you to the water!
いつかアズとイスも呼んで海水浴したいな I hope we can enjoy the beach with Az and Iss someday.
水着って結構動きやすいね Swimsuits are really easy to move around in, aren't they?
この貝殻、アズとイスへのお土産にしようかしら? Think this seashell would make a nice souvenir for Az and Iss?
この水着、オシャレだし気に入っちゃったわ♪ I love how stylish this swimsuit is!
(主人公)、守畏禍割りしよう! Let's smash some watermelons, (Captain)!
あっ、いま他の女の子のこと見つめていたでしょ? Hm... You were staring at another girl, weren't you?
(主人公)さん、一緒に泳ぎましょう♪ Let's go swimming together, (Captain)!


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