|| Spoiler Alert!|
These tabs contain full Fate Episode cutscene scripts with major spoilers about the character. View these tabs at your own discretion.
Small Maiden, Unknown World
Sara finds the hustle and bustle of city life overwhelming. (Captain) and company tell her about their travels, but she's never seen the outside world, much less an airship. Lyria sees herself in Sara and invites her to join the crew.
The crew meets Sara in a town surrounded by the sands of the Brillet Desert.
She's a quiet girl, but she soon opens up to Lyria about her past.
Lyria: I see... So you haven't gone outside much?
Sara: Nope. I've never gone outside to play or even shop. I can't believe how full of people the town is.
Lyria: I know! I remember the first time I saw a town. Oh my gosh!
Sara: You too? It's so hectic, and there's so much going on. I just have to stop and stare.
Lyria: Hee-hee. Yeah, I try to take it all in too. The people passing by, their clothes, goods in store windows, shop signboards... All of it!
Sara: Yeah! But the way the rest of you walk along without getting distracted is just incredible. I guess it's no big deal to you, huh?
Vyrn: Nah, that's not true. I mean, me and (Captain) came from the country, so the city was a real shock at first.
Vyrn: But you get used to it, you know? That's probably why nobody in town gets distracted. They've seen it all before.
Sara: Really? But there's so much to see. Will I really get used to it?
Vyrn: Yep. And when you feel like seeing something new, you go on a journey! On an airship!
Sara: An airship? You mean one of those flying vehicles? The things skyfarers use to go from island to island?
Sara: I'd like to see an airship too. They must be enormous. I can't even begin to imagine.
Lyria: You know what? You should try riding one instead of just looking!
Sara: What? But I...
Choose: Not a fan of heights?
- Not a fan of heights?
- Not a fan of traveling?
Sara: No, that's not it. I enjoy looking out at the town from atop the castle tower, so I must not be afraid of heights.
Sara: Oh! But airships fly even higher than that, don't they? Maybe that would be scary.Choose: Not a fan of traveling?
Sara: Well... Hmm... I'm sorry, but I've never traveled, so I don't really know.
Sara: Still, going to new places and seeing things you've never seen before sounds really fun.Continue 1
Lyria: Then you should see for yourself what it's like, Sara!
Sara: What? Lyria... Um... What do you mean?
Lyria: Hey, (Captain)! I want to travel with Sara.
Lyria: I was locked away for so long, but then Katalina let me out, and I got to meet you, (Captain).
Lyria: Hee-hee. And then I learned that the outside world is wonderful and fun. I want Sara to feel that way too.
Sara: Please, (Captain)... Um... Could you take me with you?
Sara: Someone's finally told me that it's okay to leave. And for the first time, I really want to!
Vyrn: Good grief... Don't be so formal, Sara! Right, (Captain)? There's no way you'll turn her down after she asked you like that, right?
Sara: Really? Thank you so much, (Captain)!
Sara: Um... I'm sort of afraid of monsters, but I'll try not to be a burden!
Sara: I can help with... well, maybe not cooking, but I can clean and do laundry!
Lyria: Wow! You must be talented, Sara!
Vyrn: Ha-ha! Compared to you anyway! You remember that fiasco the other day?
Lyria: Aw... I'll get better eventually! I'm still learning!
Sara: I'll need to learn all the ins and outs of journeying too. Thank you so much for this opportunity!
And so Sara takes her first step into the outside world. How will her journey and its many surprises shape her?
As Sara decides to leave, the Sand God Graphos, who has been with her since she was young, continues to kindly watch over her.
The crew hears about a rare fruit from a villager, but several days have passed since it was harvested, so Sara doubts she'll be able to get any. Lyria suggests that they go look for it anyway.
(Captain) and company have come to a small village to do some shopping.
Villager: Oh! It's rare for anyone to come visit our tiny town. We welcome you, skyfarers!
Sara: Hello. Sorry to bother you, but I would like to purchase what is on this list, please.
Villager: Oh my! What an adorable and polite girl! We do have a store here. Don't you worry.
Sara: That's a relief. (Captain), it looks like we can buy things here.
Villager: Hmm... Too bad you weren't here two or three days ago. You could have tried our village specialty.
Sara: Really? And what's that?
Villager: It's a fruit that grows in the mountains. It's red, sweet, and absolutely delicious, but you can only harvest it for a very short period of time.
Lyria: Sounds tasty! I'd like to try it!
Villager: Sorry. We do leave the fruit that's near the top of the tree, but I'm sure the birds already got to it.
Vyrn: That really does sound good! It woulda been nice to compare it to apples, but I guess we're outta luck.
Sara: Yes... That's too bad.
Villager: Hmm... Maybe next time. Oh, you wanted to go to the store, right? Head down this road and turn left.
Sara: Thank you very much. Want to head that way, Lyria?
Lyria: Um... We should go find the fruit instead! There might still be some left.
Vyrn: Anything for a snack, eh, Lyria?
Lyria: Grr... But Sara seems so interested.
Sara: Huh? Me? It's okay, Lyria. Don't mind me.
Lyria: No! You always hold back on what you really want!
Lyria: Please, (Captain)! Let's go look for the fruit!
Vyrn: Yeah! Anything for Sara!
Sara: What? But—
Vyrn: Don't worry about it, Sara! Lyria just wants to eat it herself anyway.
Lyria: Geez! Oh, Vyrn! But I do want to try it... Now let's go to the mountains!
Midnight Snack: Scene 2
(Captain) and company head to the mountains in search of the fruit. After the sun sets, they find a tree with some fruit left, but it is surrounded by monsters.
(Captain) and company head into the mountains in search of the fruit, but night falls without them finding anything.
Sara: It's getting dark... We should return to the village, or we could run into trouble.
Vyrn: But we came all the way here. Did the birds really eat all of it?
Lyria: Oh! Look at the top of that tree! Isn't that the fruit the villager was talking about?
Sara: Huh? Where? I don't see anything.
Lyria: Over there! Look at where I'm pointing!
Vyrn: You did it! Lyria, you have the eyes of a hawk when it comes to food!
Lyria: Stop it! You could have stopped with the compliment, Vyrn!
Sara: Hee-hee. But you are amazing, Lyria! I couldn't find it.
Sara: Oh! There are monsters around the tree. What do we do now?
Vyrn: What rotten-apple luck! Fine. We can work up an appetite by pummelin' those monsters!
Midnight Snack: Scene 3
With the monsters defeated, the crew obtains the rare fruit, but Sara refuses to eat it on the spot because she's not supposed to eat sweets at night. Lyria convinces her to live a little.
Vyrn: Heh-heh. Here you go! The birds are out of luck now!
Lyria: Thank you, Vyrn!
Vyrn: Let's see if this stuff's better than apples.
Lyria: What's the matter, Sara? Don't be shy! Eat up! It looks really good!
Sara: Yes, but the people at the castle... They said never to eat sweets after dark.
Vyrn: Come on! You're seriously worried about that?
Sara: Huh? But isn't it bad manners?
Vyrn: What? You're way too worried about the small stuff, Sara!
Vyrn: Sometimes it's just more fun to be bad!
Lyria: Yep! And snacks taste so much better than regular meals.
Sara: Being bad... is fun?
Lyria: Sure! Like when Katalina tells us to go to sleep, but we chat in bed anyway!
Sara: Maybe you're right. Sleeping in is fun too, or at least it feels good.
Vyrn: Right? You gotta live a little, Sara! That's the whole point of a journey!
Sara: You know something? You're right. Munch!
Sara: It's so sweet and juicy! Munch munch... It's delicious!
Sara: As long as I brush my teeth later, I can be a little naughty, right?
Lyria: Of course! But save some for me!
Sara: Here you go! Hee-hee... It smells so good.
Vyrn: And it looks good too! I'm done waiting! Let's eat!
Lyria: Wow! It's so sweet and tangy! I think I'll have another one...
Sara: Oh, Lyria. You have something on your cheek. Let me wipe it off for you.
Vyrn: Geez. You seem older than Lyria sometimes. Take that as a compliment.
Having escaped her sheltered lifestyle, Sara finally sees the world with her own eyes.
Though still reserved in some ways, she will surely find happiness with (Captain) and company on their journey.
One and Only Sweet
Sara and Lyria decide to do a little cooking. With Arulumaya coaching the two on the finer points, they managed to make their dish without too much trouble. Except for the taste, that is. Sara and Lyria were more than a little disappointed. But their frowns turned to grins when Arulamaya promised them that the next cooking session would turn out better.
(Captain) and company decide to stop in a village and find themselves some lodging for the night.
With their companions going about their own business, Lyria and Sara head to the inn’s dining hall and crack open a book.
Sara: So I guess something like this isn’t too hard?
Lyria: Wow! That looks good! But wait... this one is great! Oh, and that one is awesome!
Arulumaya: What’s going on here? You two look like you’re having quite a bit of fun. What’s this book you’re reading?
Lyria: Hehe... it’s a dessert recipe book! All them look so good!
Sara: Um... me and Lyria promised we’d share a meal together. So we thought we would try to make something.
Arulumaya: Hrm... you’ll be cooking them yourselves?
Lyria: Hehe! Well we figured it should be special since we made a promise!
Arulumaya: Well that explains it. Sounds like a lark.
Arulumaya: I do love my sweets... but they’d probably taste sweeter if they’re homemade and you have a few friends to share ‘em with.
Sara: Huh? You like sweets, Arulumaya? ... maybe we could eat some together later?
Lyria: Yeah! Let’s do that, Lulu! Everything is better with good company!
Arulumaya: Thanks. I’d love to join you. I’ll be there to make sure everything turns out perfectly.
Lyria: Hehe! You just wait! It’ll be the best thing you ever ate!
Lyria: I know! Hey, Sara. Maybe we should invite Katalina just to make sure?
Sara: What? Oh, yeah... I don’t think we can manage everything by ourselves...
Arulumaya: Oh, no. I promise. How about you give it a try, just the two of you? I’ll keep an eye on all the fire stuff.
Arulumaya: (... I almost had a heart attack!)
Sara: Oh, would you? Thank you so much. I’m, um... I’m not the biggest fan of fire.
Lyria: Thank you so much, Lulu! ... me and you are going to make the most delicious food ever, Sarah!
Sara: For sure! Let’s get to it, Lyria!
And so, under Arulumaya’s watchful eye, Sara and Lyria decided to do some cooking.
After hearing what they were up to, the inn staff had no problem letting them use their kitchen.
The two wanted to start off on a good foot with something foolproof. Pancakes, it is.
Lyria: So, um... how should we start?
Sara: Hmm... we should probably get all the ingredients and utensils out and ready. We need to make sure we have everything we need.
Lyria: I see... let’s see here. The book says we need flour, eggs, and milk...
Arulumaya: How’s cooking treating you, Sara? You look a little more comfortable than Lyria, I must say.
Sara: Maybe not comfortable... but Volenna’s taught me a lot about how to take care of things. Cooking, laundry...
Arulumaya: Well that explains it. ... whoops! You really need to watch where you step, Sara.
Sara: What? ... eep?!
Sara stumbled over crack in the floor, the flour almost spilling from her hands. She managed to right herself at the last minute.
Lyria: H-hey! You alright?! Sara!
Sara: Wow... that was scary! But don’t worry, Lyria. The flour’s okay. Thank you warning me, Arulumaya.
Arulumaya: Hehe... cooking is tricky work. You need to be careful. I’m quite looking forward to tasting everything.
Sara: I'll do my best!Just you wait, Ms. Lulu.
Having gotten all their ingredients and cooking utensils in order, the two decide to start by adding flour to the bowl.
Sara: Hmm... wait. According to the book, we add the milk first...
Sara: Are you ready with the eggs, Lyria?
Lyria: O-OK...! So I, um... I just tap the egg against the edge of the bowl!
Arulumaya: Lyria! You don’t need to bang it... just tap it...
Lyria: Ulp! Wait?! It’s all gloopy!
Sara: Aah! The shell!
Lyria: Sigh... sorry, Sara. This is really hard!
Sara: It’s okay! All we need to do is take the shell out, Lyria. Right?
Lyria: Y-yeah... this time I’ll be more careful... one, two...
Very carefully and with more than a little clumsiness, Sara and Lyria manage to whip up some pancakes.
Lyria: Yay! We did it! We made pancakes!
Sara: Wow...! I can’t believe they turned out okay! ... although they probably should look a little nicer...
Arulumaya: Hehe. Good work, girls.
Sara: Arulumaya... thank you so much. Now let’s get to eating!
Lyria: Here I go! Munch munch...
Sara: Er... is it just me, or...
Lyria: They, um... don’t taste very good...
Sara: I... well, they’re not sweet. More like... salty?
Lyria: Oh... and crunchy. I could’ve sworn I got all of the shells out...
Arulumaya: Well they do taste... er, special.
Lyria: Snff... Sara and I were supposed to have a nice snack together. And we ruined it...
Sara: I’m sorry, Lyria... if only I was a better cook...
Sara: And Arulumaya... I’m so sorry. You gave us all that help and they’re still terrible...
Arulumaya: Oh, don’t you worry. No one gets it perfect the first time. Mistakes are all a part of the process.
Arulumaya: You’ll be fine. Things will go much smoother next time. They’ll taste great.
Arulumaya: Besides, I had a blast watching you. And you’re not bad shakes for first-timers. So turn those frowns upside down.
Sara: You’re right... it was our first time. I guess we shouldn’t have expected perfection.
Sara: Hehe... and just making them was fun enough. Right, Lyria?
Lyria: R-right... yeah! It was fun!
Arulumaya: Hrm... mind if I try the rest? Nom! Munch munch...
Sara: Ahaha! Hehe... they aren’t very good, are they?
Lyria: Hehe! Yeah, they’re pretty bad!
Sara: We’ll get it right next time won’t we, Lyria?
Lyria: Yeah! Promise!
Seeing Sara and Lyria’s promise to one another brought a smile to Arulumaya’s face.
Though their first attempt didn’t go quite as they’d planned, it made for a great memory.