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Runaway Knight's Homecoming
While Naoise eats at a castle-town stall with Scathacha, Seruel, (Captain), and the others, Seruel comments that Naoise's pilgrimage has changed him for the better and orders him to continue traveling with (Captain). Naoise vows to do just that.
Naoise, a knight on a pilgrimage to try to make up for causing the destruction of his kingdom, runs into Prince Seruel during his travels.
Seruel convinces Naoise to finally visit his hometown, where he sees the reconstruction efforts underway.
Naoise: (Now that the turmoil is past and the rebuilding has begun, it's looking more and more like the castle town I knew and loved.)
Scathacha: Naoise! What are you sighing about? Can you hear me? What's going on over there?
Naoise: (It's so strange. I can hear the hustle and bustle of the town on the wind. It's just like I remember it.)
Naoise: Huh? What's the matter?
Scathacha: Over there! Near that ramshackle tent, there are some men shouting next to a bonfire! What are they up to?
Naoise: Oh, they're just selling snacks. Grilled meat sandwiches. There have always been a lot of stalls like that in this town.
Scathacha: Hmm... Well, seeing as we're in town, we might as well try out the local cuisine. Show me to the stall.
Naoise: But that's really simple food so people with no time can eat on the go. It's hardly suitable for someone like yo—
Scathacha: Cease your wittering! My nose has smelt the food, and it has piqued my interest!
Scathacha grabs Naoise by the hand and drags him toward the food stall.
Naoise: Well, I guess we're here now... Excuse me, sir! One sandwich, and—
Scathacha: Two of these so-called sandwiches! One for me, and one for this man.
The two of them sit down on a bench and start eating a couple of the massive sandwiches: chunks of meat between thick round slices of bread.
Scathacha: Oho! This is most delicious! It's just salty enough to leave an impression.
Naoise: Yes, this is indeed very tasty. Every bite makes you want more. Munch, munch...
Naoise: But the meat's a little overpowering on its own. Lettuce or some other vegetable could really add a lot.
Scathacha: Sigh... There's just no pleasing some people.
Vyrn: Hey, Naoise! We were wondering where you'd gone, and here you are chowing down!
Naoise: My apologies, Vyrn. I didn't mean to leave without telling anyone. I was distracted by the sight of my city.
Seruel: So what are you two eating?
Scathacha: Huh? These sandwiches are apparently much loved by the people of this country. How can you call yourself a prince if you don't know about them?
Seruel: Well, you say they're much loved, but aren't they for people in a hur—
Scathacha: Hee-hee... Someone else told me that already. Hey, you, more sandwiches for these men!
Scathacha snatches Naoise's wallet from his pocket and thrusts a handful of money at the stall owner.
Vyrn: Sigh... So she drags you around and even takes your money. I feel sorry for you, bro.
Naoise: It's all right, Vyrn. Being chivalrous to women is part of a knight's duty. Thanks to my chivalry, Scathacha is in good spirits.
Seruel: Munch... Grrr! The meat keeps falling out. These sandwiches are most vexatious to eat.
Scathacha: Ha-ha! Clumsy fool! Isn't that food supposed to be for mortals like you?
Seruel frowns down at his hands, which are covered in meat and grease. Scathacha, whose own mouth is covered in sauce, giggles at him.
Naoise: Prince Seruel, there's a trick to eating this. If you take the paper and wrap it a bit more tightly, it leaks less.
Vyrn: Wow, Naoise, you've changed a lot. You wouldn't have gone near street food when we last visited the kingdom.
Naoise: I suppose you're right. I've learned a lot over the course of this journey.
Naoise: Food is not just a means of sustaining life. It also enables one to have fun, relax, and socialize.
Naoise: I have you and your crew to thank for teaching me to take it easy, (Captain).
Naoise: Before I met your crew, I could never have gotten Scathacha to smile in a place like this.
Vyrn: Ha-ha! But weren't you two at each other's throats about whether to even eat here?
Naoise: Heh-heh... Indeed we were.
Seruel: You have indeed changed, Naoise. You've grown as a person over the course of your pilgrimage.
Naoise: It really is thanks to (Captain) and the crew. At a time when all I cared about was repaying my kingdom, they showed me a world beyond this town and island.
Seruel: I see... It sounds like you've made some lifelong friends. Even your face seems different from that of the Naoise I knew.
Seruel: (Captain), it seems that my dear friend here owes you a monumental debt. Who knows what would have happened if he had never met you?
Seruel: Please continue helping and supporting him.
Choose: I will.
- I will.
- I can't.
Naoise: Thank you, (Captain).
Scathacha: Huh? What's got you so down in the dumps?
Vyrn: Yeah, you seem awfully sad for someone who just came back home. What's up?
Naoise: My apologies. After seeing my home again, I had a moment of doubt about continuing my adventure with you guys. Maybe I should stay...
Scathacha: You must consider this, Naoise. Are there not still citizens in this country who bear you ill will for your previous actions?
Naoise: What? Well... I suppose there must be.
Scathacha: Trouble follows you wherever you go. This country can hardly afford more strife. It will never recover if you stay here.
Naoise: No! Th-that's...
Scathacha: Well, I suppose you could always switch bodies like me if you really want to stay.
Scathacha: Heh. It was just a joke. You mortals seem to enjoy making them, so I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.
Seruel: Hmm... Unfortunately you have a point. Naoise simply can't stay here.
Naoise: But Prince Seruel!
Seruel: Besides, didn't you swear an oath to Lyria to protect her and keep her smiling? Isn't that why you set out with this crew?
Seruel: Don't worry about us. I can assure you that there will always be a place for you here even if you're not involved in the restoration.
Naoise: Prince Seruel... I...
Seruel: Or do you perhaps intend to act as the sworn knight of both this girl and me?Choose: I can't.
Naoise: I see... I suppose I did join your crew as a knight with duties to fulfill.
Naoise: I swore to forever protect Lady Lyria with my spear. To do otherwise would be to forfeit my honor as a knight, and I shall never forget such a vow.
Seruel: No, look into (Captain)'s eyes. Can you not see? I think (Captain) has another idea...
Naoise: What? (Captain)! Surely you don't mean to kick me out of the crew?
Vyrn: No... It's just that this country seems like it's in a bad way.
Vyrn: I actually think it'd be a relief to the citizens if you stayed here.
Naoise: You have a point, but isn't it a little cold of you to answer so bluntly?
Seruel: Indeed. The people could really use the famous Naoise, hero of Irestill, at the moment.
Seruel: But do you really intend to act as the sworn knight of both this girl and me?Continue 1
Seruel: In that case, I shall give you an order as a prince. You will fulfill your oath to Lyria and continue your pilgrimage.
Naoise: Yes, Your Highness!
Naoise raises his fist to his chest and bends his knee to swear his allegiance once more.
Vyrn: Are you sure you're cool with this? I mean, you came all the way back home only to leave with us again.
Naoise: I'm fine, Vyrn. I joined this crew as a lone knight after all.
Naoise: I wanted nothing more than to return home, protect my master, and serve my country. There is no greater honor for a knight.
Naoise: But now I must honor a new oath I've sworn to my master. I will protect Lyria to the end.
Thus Naoise receives a new mission for the sake of his recovering homeland.
Until his oath to Lyria is fulfilled, he'll continue traveling with the party.
The Knight and the Prince
Seruel and Naoise are reunited on the Grandcypher and reminisce about their past. When the crew gets a request from a nearby village to hunt monsters, Seruel volunteers to help.
Seruel boards the airship one afternoon to see Naoise.
Naoise: Prince Seruel! What's happened? Is something wrong?
Seruel: Oh, nothing's wrong. I was just in the area and decided to drop by to see you.
Naoise: I see! Well, let's go inside. It wouldn't do to stand around talking out here.
Naoise shows Seruel into the ship.
Naoise and Seruel happily reminisce about their past.
Vyrn: Heh-heh! You guys are like best buddies, huh?
Seruel: Indeed. We trained together from an early age and shared plenty of highs and lows.
Seruel: Naoise is like a brother to me.
Naoise: Prince Seruel... I don't deserve such high praise.
Naoise: I owe both you and your sister Heles my gratitude for treating me like a member of your household.
Lyria: Hee-hee. You two can chat as long as you'd like.
The next day, the crew heads out to take care of a monster-hunting request from a nearby village.
Feel free to rest here on the airship while we're gone, Prince Seruel.
Seruel: Oh? But I'd actually prefer to repay you for the room and board by helping with the monsters...
Seruel: Would it be a problem if I accompanied you?
Vyrn: Of course not. We'd be happy to have you along if you want to help!
Lyria: Yeah! I'm sure you'll be a great help, Seruel!
Naoise: Heh-heh... Okay, everyone. Time to go!
The Knight and the Prince: Scene 2
Naoise and Seruel move in unison to cut down monster after monster, and they even compete to see who can defeat the most. This opportunity to defend each other reminds them how important it is to work together, and they laugh as they fight back-to-back.
Seruel and Naoise cut through the monsters with perfect coordination.
Naoise: You're still as skilled as ever, Prince Seruel!
Seruel: Ha-ha. Fighting shoulder to shoulder with you reminds me of the old days!
Seruel: How about it, Naoise? Shall we compete to see who can defeat the most monsters? It's been too long.
Naoise: Indeed it has! I still remember how passionately we used to compete.
A monster suddenly closes in from behind Seruel.
Naoise: Look out!
As the monster falls, another appears just behind Naoise.
Seruel: Look out!
Naoise and Seruel cover each other's blind spots in perfect synchronization.
Seruel: Ha-ha... You're every bit as calm and collected in battle as I remember, Naoise. And you move so smoothly.
Naoise: Heh-heh... We learned all about how important it is to work together as we grew up, didn't we?
Vyrn: Whoa! Look out, you two! You're surrounded!
Seruel: Got it. I'll take care of the rear, so you guys get the front.
Naoise: They'll never get through me, (Captain)!
The Knight and the Prince: Scene 3
After the crew defeats the monsters and returns to the Grandcypher, Naoise asks Seruel if he can help with the preparations. He returns a little later, pulling a cart laden with freshly made tea, which the crew then enjoys together.
After finishing off the monsters, the crew returns to the airship.
Naoise: Wonderfully done, Prince Seruel.
Seruel: Ha-ha. Well, we could have handled monsters like them on our own, right, Naoise?
Naoise: By the way, Your Highness, is there anything I can do to help with the preparations?
Seruel smiles at his words.
Seruel: Of course. I'd be happy to have your aid.
Vyrn: Huh? Preparations for what?
Seruel: Heh... You'll find out soon enough.
Naoise reappears after a while, pulling a cart behind him.
Naoise: All right, let's have some tea.
Lyria: Oh! It smells so good!
Vyrn: So this is what you meant by preparations!
Seruel: Indeed. Naoise makes the most exquisite tea.
Naoise: You flatter me. But I believe that the tea that Princess Heles makes is far superior.
Naoise: Still, Prince Seruel has always appreciated my tea. We used to drink it together quite a lot.
Lyria: Hee-hee... I can totally picture that!
Vyrn: All right, we'll help ourselves to some of that awesome tea as well!
The crew relaxes over some of Naoise's delectable tea.
A Dangerous Game
When a casino liner shows up that's run by people unknown, Naoise and Seruel decide to check it out, but Scathacha's interest is piqued too, and she ends up tagging along. While enjoying herself at the casino, she gets into trouble with another customer, and Naoise has to step in.
As a result of monster attacks, Irestill Kingdom, which once governed Alster Island, is destroyed, and the island falls into chaos.
But order is restored thanks to the efforts of the former royal family as well as (Captain) and company, and the island begins to recover.
Not long after that, a casino liner shows up at the island with a request to do business there.
Seruel: Hmm... A casino liner? I suppose that could offer a bit of recreation to the people.
Heles: Indeed. But I have my doubts about the people running it...
Naoise: A casino liner operated by people we know nothing about, huh?
Seruel: It sounds like we should pay them a little visit before agreeing to anything.
Heles: I agree... I'll leave that to you, Seruel. Naoise, I can count on you to keep my little brother safe, right?
Naoise: Yes, Your Highness! It would be no problem.
Heles: Hee-hee... I know you can take care of yourself just fine, but one can never be too careful.
Thus Seruel and his bodyguard Naoise decide to go check out the casino liner, but someone else wants to join the fun.
???: I'll be going as well.
Naoise: Scathacha? But why?
Scathacha: I'm interested in this casino you speak of. Lead the way.
Naoise: Hey, we're not just going for fun. Seruel plans to inspect the place and—
Scathacha: Oh, don't be like that! You know I can't go anywhere by myself in this form. Or would you rather I go as a dragon?
Naoise: Ugh... I really hate it when your interest rears its ugly head.
Heles: Hee-hee... Oh, it'll be fine. Just bring her with you.
Seruel: Sigh... So you're on her side then.
Heles: Well, to secure the peace of Alster Island, it's necessary to use Scathacha's strength to pacify the monsters.
Heles: But an unfortunate consequence of that is that she's stuck here on our island.
Seruel: Great... So I guess I have to babysit you for the occasional excursion then.
Scathacha: Hee-hee... You've got that right. Now let's get going already!
Naoise: Hold it, Scathacha! Don't run off on your own! See you soon, Heles!
Heles: I'll be looking forward to it, Naoise. You be a good boy too, Seruel.
Seruel: Sheesh... Exactly how young a child do I look like to you?
Thus Seruel, Naoise, and Scathacha head for the casino liner anchored on the island.
Naoise: Listen up, Scathacha. I don't want you wandering off on your own. You stay next to me and Seruel.
Scathacha: Huh? What's that over there?
Seruel: Sigh... Looks like she wasn't listening.
Naoise: I just knew this would happen. Hey! Wait up, Scathacha!
Seruel: Hmm... Well, this is certainly no Jewel Resort.
Seruel: But at least they've set up mirrors inside so the place doesn't look as cramped as it actually is.
Scathacha: Grrr... I'm not even tall enough to see the action in this form. Help me out here, Naoise.
Naoise: Oh, so the table is too high, huh? Do you want me to hold your cards for you?
Scathacha: I won't be able to see my hand that way. You'll have to hold me up.
Naoise: Sigh... Fine. I suppose I can hold you for one game.
Seruel: Oho... You know, you look like her dad or something when you do that.
Seruel: Ha-ha. You two look adorable together.
Naoise: Well, I'm not sure if that's exactly knightly either.
Scathacha drags Naoise and Seruel around the casino liner, enjoying it immensely.
Scathacha: Look, Naoise! All the pictures match. What do you think will happen?
Naoise: Um... Well...
Scathacha: More of these coins, huh? Can't they think of anything more entertaining?
Rough Customer: Tch... You little brat! Are you trying to annoy me or what?
Scathacha: Huh? What's your problem?
Rough Customer: You are, shrimp! And I was already pissed before you showed up!
Seruel: Well, looks like someone managed to fritter away all their money.
Seruel: How pathetic... Hey, if you don't have anything better to do than take shots at other people, why don't you head on home?
Rough Customer: Excuse me? If you want a fight, you've got it!
Naoise: Hold it! You keep your hands off of them. If you have something to say, say it to me. But first try to calm down a bit and—
Rough Customer: Shut your mouth! You're the ones who were insulting me! How about I teach all of you a lesson?
Naoise: (Uh-oh! We really don't want her going on a dragon rampage in here.)
Rough Customer: Eat this!
If you'd rather talk with your fists, I can oblige you on that as well.
Rough Customer: Oh, look at big bad Mr. Suave standing up for his little girl. Let's see how suave you are after I'm done with you!
A Dangerous Game: Scene 2
Seruel and Naoise resolve not to allow gambling on Alster Island due to the trouble it causes, so Scathacha decides to enjoy the casino liner while she still can. Naoise leaves Seruel's side to look after her, but Seruel ends up getting ambushed by an assassin, and Naoise dashes back in response to the commotion.
Naoise pacifies the customer who picked a fight and hands him over to the casino liner security.
Seruel: Why'd you have to go and cause such a scene?
Scathacha: Are you insinuating that that was somehow my fault? I don't think so.
Naoise: How about we go find some place quiet to take a break? Everyone's staring at us.
Seruel: Sounds like a plan.
The three sit down at a table in the casino liner's bar.
Scathacha: What in the world was that guy's problem anyway?
Scathacha: Isn't this place supposed to be fun? How can you mortals relax and enjoy yourselves with troublemakers like him around?
Seruel: Well, fellows as excitable as him don't really show up that often...
Seruel: But there is indeed something about gambling that drives people to do strange things.
Seruel: I must say that gambling therefore doesn't seem like the most suitable recreation for our people.
Naoise: I agree. Let's make sure to mention that to Heles as well.
Scathacha: If that's how you two feel, I'd like to hang out here a little while longer.
Naoise: But why?
Scathacha: Well, it sounds like there won't be another casino liner on Alster Island for a while, so I need to take advantage of this opportunity.
Seruel: I think I'll rest here for a while. See to Scathacha, Naoise.
Naoise: Yes, sir! I hope you'll forgive me for temporarily leaving my post at your side.
Seruel: Ha-ha. I suspect that it'd be more difficult to convince a dragon to consider the feelings of us mortals. Good luck with her.
Thus Seruel decides to relax at the bar, leaving his two companions to their own devices.
Female Customer: Hey! Are you all alone, big guy? Why don't you come play with us for a while?
Seruel: I'd love to, but I'm unfortunately waiting for someone.
Female Customer: Oh, really? Now that is a shame.
Seruel is distracted by the woman and doesn't notice a man sneaking up on him.
Female Customer: Aahh!
Naoise: That scream... Did that come from the bar? Seruel!
Naoise: Seruel! Is everything all—Oh no! You're hurt!
Seruel: Ugh... I wasn't paying attention... To think they'd attack in such a crowded place...
Scathacha: The wound doesn't look very deep. Where'd the attacker go?
Seruel: He went that way... Naoise, get him.
Naoise: Yes, sir! He won't get far! Scathacha, you look after Seruel. I'll get that criminal!
Naoise: You there! Halt in the name of the kingdom of Alster! You're under arrest!
A Dangerous Game: Scene 3
It turns out that the mafia, which is still looking for a way to exploit Alster Island's vulnerabilities and profit from them, sent the assassin to the casino liner. Naoise wonders whether he has the power to protect his country when he couldn't even protect Seruel from injury.
Naoise apprehends the criminal. Afterwards he returns with Seruel, whose wound has been treated, to Alster's Great Court.
Naoise: I beg your forgiveness, Heles. I failed to protect Seruel.
Heles: No, it's not your fault. I should have thought a bit harder about why a casino liner would suddenly visit our island.
Heles: It's quite possible that the mafia is still looking for a way to turn a profit on Alster Island.
Seruel: Indeed... Thanks to Scathacha's strength, we were able to stop the monsters and prevent the mafia from forcing its way in after all.
Naoise: So you mean the mafia is back and looking for an alternative way to make money here?
Heles: Of course. It was foolish of us to assume they'd give up so easily.
Scathacha: Then they must have targeted Seruel to once again stir up unrest among the people.
Scathacha: I assume they hoped to get some revenge on the former royal family while they were at it.
Heles: To not only restore our island but also achieve progress, the key will be to minimize the damage they do as much as possible.
Seruel: Indeed. It seems that this one's on us for allowing ourselves to forget just how cunning they are.
Naoise: (I'm a knight. Nothing more and nothing less.)
Naoise: (How am I supposed to contribute to the restoration and future prosperity of our country?)
Naoise: (I mean, I couldn't even protect Seruel.)
Alster Island is still on the road to recovery and lacks the power to repel hostile forces.
As Naoise stares at his own hands, he struggles to find a way to aid his country.
Still not completely recovered, Alster Island is a tempting target for criminal organizations hoping to make a quick buck. Naoise decides that the best way he can help is to scare the mafia into never targeting the island again. He heads to the mafia hideout alone, ready to stain his hands as much as necessary.
Though once brought to the brink of collapse, Alster Island has started down a path toward restoration and even further development.
But criminal organizations are always watching for their chance to gain a foothold on the island and turn a profit.
Naoise: (As a knight of Alster Island, what can I possibly do for my homeland?)
Naoise has been plagued with worry ever since the mafia assassin made an attempt on Seruel's life.
Naoise: (I somehow managed to find information on the casino liner that came here, starting with its owner...)
Naoise: (And it seems that mafia members are responsible just as Heles and Seruel suspected.)
Naoise: (Those two were absolutely right. The mafia is looking for a way to exploit Alster Island.)
Naoise: (And that's simply beyond forgiveness!)
Naoise: (If I don't do something, the mafia will definitely try to extend its reach to Alster Island again.)
Naoise: (And other criminal organizations will probably target us as well. Alster has recovered, but it was only recently changed from a monarchy to a democracy after all.)
Naoise: (There are just too many easy ways for hostile forces to take advantage of us.)
Naoise: (And if I want to stop them, it means I have to...)
Naoise: Please forgive my foolishness, my ancestors, but I can think of only one thing to do.
Naoise: Time to get this over with.
Underling: Wha? Hey, what are you doin'? How'd you get in here?
Naoise: I am Naoise, knight of Alster! I've come to show you the military might of our island.
Underling: Damn... So much for our guard outside. Hey! We got trouble! Get over here, boys!
Naoise: Go ahead and call all your rats. The more of your kind I exterminate, the greater the fear I'll leave behind.
Naoise: To protect my homeland, I'll stain my hands with as much blood as I have to!
Knightly Duties: Scene 2
Naoise cuts down one mafia thug after another, but the mafia soon gets more organized, and the fight reaches a stalemate. Naoise gets pinned down by concentrated fire, but Heles, Seruel, and Scathacha show up to save him. Though critical of Naoise's brashness, they decide to wipe out the mafia once and for all.
Underling: No way!
Naoise: Don't tell me you're done already!
Underling: Damn! Gunners! Anyone who can shoot, fall in already!
In response to the order, mafia gunners surround Naoise at a distance and begin to fire off round after round.
Naoise: Ugh! But it'll take more than a few bullets to stop me!
Naoise blocks the barrage of bullets with his shield, but he can't advance, and the situation seems to have reached a stalemate.
Naoise: Geh! Looks like I might just have to charge in!
But someone beats Naoise to the punch.
Ruffian: What the?
Magical energy floods into the room, toppling the mafia members like so many dominoes.
Scathacha: Sigh... Such a pain.
Scathacha: I figured you were up to something stupid, but even I expected better from you than this.
Naoise: Scathacha? What are you doing here?
Ruffian: You little!
Seruel: You know, I hate to admit it, but I'm inclined to agree with Scathacha this time.
Heles: How many times did we tell you not to head off and do anything stupid, Naoise?
Naoise: Seruel? Heles?
Seruel: Sigh... Even I'm most infuriated by what I see here.
Ruffian: Hey! Shut your traps already! We're the ones who should be pissed, and we're gonna leave no one standing!
Scathacha: Leave no one standing, huh? Not a bad idea.
Scathacha: I have just the spell for this. You three cover me.
Heles: With pleasure. Hey, Naoise! Don't just stand there with your jaw hanging open!
Naoise: Oh, yes, Your Highness! I'm with you!
Ruffian: Hey! It's on now, boys! Get 'em!
Knightly Duties: Scene 3
With the mafia thugs defeated, Seruel and Heles chastise Naoise for his recklessness, but Naoise seems perfectly willing to sacrifice himself for his country. Scathacha reminds the knight that the royal siblings were worried about him, which surprises him and shows him how thoughtless his actions were.
Ruffian: Damn it!
Heles: Seruel! Naoise! Scathacha's spell incoming! Brace yourselves!
Scathacha: Fall before the awesome might of Deirdre! Hyaaah!
Scathacha: Phew. Feels good to cut loose once in a while.
Scathacha! You went way too far! This is practically a wasteland now, and—
Seruel: Naoise. Are you sure you have room to talk?
Heles: Seruel's right. I understand that you hoped to protect Alster Island by demonstrating our military might...
Heles: It even makes sense in a way. The fear of your retaliation might very well stop criminal organizations from targeting us.
Heles: As a matter of fact, given how concerned they are with profit and loss, they'll probably give up on our island after what happened here.
Seruel: But that doesn't excuse you for trying to do this alone. And without even telling us!
Naoise: You would have only tried to stop me if I had said anything.
Naoise: I realize that there were problems with what I did, but I acted based on careful consideration since the night on that casino liner.
Naoise: I had few options, so I opted for an action with a high chance of success.
Naoise: Perhaps it was foolish of me, but Alster Island couldn't afford for me to waste time.
Seruel: Perhaps, but that in no way excuses you from—
Scathacha: Hold it, Seruel.
Scathacha: Listen carefully. First of all, Naoise, you are indeed a brainless twit.
Scathacha: And it's a waste of time to try to reason with a twit. So let me simplify things for you.
Scathacha: We were worried about you, so stop being dumb. Even you can understand a sentiment like that, right?
Naoise: You were worried? About me?
Naoise: Well, I guess I didn't really think about that... Or maybe what I should be saying is...
Naoise: Um... I'm really sorry for worrying you.
Seruel: Sigh... How could you possibly think that we wouldn't worry about you when you take off like that?
Heles: That's right! When I heard that you'd stormed a mafia stronghold on your own, my blood ran cold!
Scathacha: Yeah, let him have it. And you'll have no merciful words from me, Naoise.
Seruel: How could you think so little of your own life? Not even I can forgive you this time.
Heles: You're in for quite a lecture from the both of us. I assume you have no objections, right, Naoise?
Naoise: N-no, Your Highness!
Naoise: Ahem... But before we get to that...
Naoise: Allow me to thank all three of you for coming to rescue me.
Naoise is a knight among knights who doesn't hesitate to risk his life for his country.
But Seruel, Heles, and Scathacha aren't the only ones who worry about him.
Seruel and Heles lecture the selfless knight mercilessly, trying to convince him to value his own life as much as he values those of others.