Scenario:Anre - To Challenge the Impossible
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To Challenge the Impossible
Anre wonders why people recklessly insist on pursuing the impossible. He broods over the matter on the deck of the ship when the One-Rift Spear suddenly speaks up with the promise of an answer.
Anre remains plagued with doubt.
He has long believed that only the most powerful force in the sky could ever hope to prevent conflict.
Due to that belief, it's hard for him to accept the irrationality that seems to drive people to pursue challenges they know are reckless.
Vyrn: What's up? Is something still bugging you?
Anre: Indeed... Something slight and inscrutable.
Anre: Why, I wonder, do people recklessly insist on pursuing the impossible?
Anre: I just don't understand it, and I can't get this little puzzle out of my mind.
Lyria: Hmm... I'm not so sure...
Anre: Oho... If you have something to say, do speak up.
Lyria: Well, I'm not really much for deep thinking...
Lyria: But just look at (Captain).
Lyria: We started this journey to find (Captain)'s father on Estalucia, and we knew it wasn't going to be easy!
Vyrn: Got that right! If we all thought the way you do, Anre, we'd still be back home on Zinkenstill!
Anre: I suppose you have a point.
Lyria: You just think too much, Anre.
Vyrn: That's right! Try not to worry so much.
As far as Lyria and Vyrn are concerned, they've managed to convince Anre of the truth of their words.
But Anre secretly goes right on worrying.
Night soon falls.
Anre stands in contemplation on the deck, the night wind whispering past him, when he suddenly hears a mysterious voice coming from somewhere.
???: Look at me, you fool.
Anre: Huh? Who could be up at this hour?
Anre: Oho! Now this is a surprise! Was it you who spoke just now, One-Rift Spear?
One-Rift Spear: I have the answer you seek...
One-Rift Spear: So respond to me, and hear my words...
Anre: How interesting that you chose this particular moment, when I'm so caught up in my worries, to talk to me.
Anre: And you speak with an impertinence similar to that of the robbers who took everything from me.
One-Rift Spear: Heh heh... Very well. Let us have a little talk.
To Challenge the Impossible: Scene 2
Anre duels with the One-Rift Spear throughout the night and obtains a clue about the nature of strength. The next morning he borrows the spear from (Captain) and leaves the ship to go find out what true strength is.
Day breaks before Anre knows it.
As the vicious battle with the One-Rift Spear concludes, Anre is bathed in the light of the morning sun.
His face shows no sign of distress. He in fact stares at the spear with an expression of pride.
Anre: Now I see... I suppose that's another way to look at it.
Anre seems to have gained a clue from his battle, and he gently mutters these words as he grasps the spear, almost as if in thanks.
He cradles the spear in his arms as he approaches (Captain) and crew.
Anre: Hey, (Captain). I have a favor to ask of you.
Anre: Would you mind if I borrowed this spear for a while?
Choose: Why would you want to do that?
Anre: Heh heh... I'd just like to talk to this one a bit more.
Lyria: What? You want to talk to it?
Vyrn: Hey... A spear doesn't seem like much of a conversation partner.
Anre: I wouldn't be so sure about that.
Choose: Sure thing.
Anre: Hrm... And you're not even going to ask why.
Anre: Maybe it's just my imagination, but the look in your eyes makes me think you already know...
Vyrn: Seriously? How can you tell?
Lyria: No fair! I want to know why too!Continue 1
Anre: Oh, I actually have one more request.
Anre: Do you mind if I take a little time off?
Vyrn: Huh? That seems kinda sudden.
Anre: Heh heh... I'm thinking I'll take this spear and go ask what true strength is.
After explaining his reasons to the crew, Anre leaves the ship with the One-Rift Spear in hand.