Scenario:Arulumaya - Glamorous Wear

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Glamorous Wear

The crew visits Auguste some time after Arulumaya's visions of calamity. There they find a summer festival about to be underway and thus invite Arulumaya. Lyria suggests she purchase clothing to fit the occasion, to which she assents.

Arulumaya: It seems things have calmed down around here.
Arulumaya: It looks like repairs to all the buildings are finished. It's almost as if the cataclysms never happened.
Arulumaya: I suppose I can stop worrying.
The crew has been traveling around to assess the damage after the cataclysms that brought islands crashing down from the sky.
They are relieved to find Auguste back to its usual, bustling self.
Vyrn: Geez, just thinking back on that whole ordeal gives me the shivers.
Lyria: Yeah... For a while there, I thought we were done for.
It began with the sudden onset of earthquakes all across the sky. Arulumaya was visited by a prophetic dream foretelling a disaster the likes of which the Sky Realm had never seen.
Led by her visions, (Captain) and the crew traveled to the most vulnerable islands to aid in the evacuations and encourage people to stick together in the face of crisis.
Island Woman: What did we do to deserve this?
With no outlet for their fear and uncertainty, the likelihood of panic and even violence among the evacuees seemed high.
Arulumaya: Everyone, please try to stay calm. I understand how upset you must be from the quakes.
Arulumaya: But that's why we must all come together. It's time to stand united to overcome this trial.
Countless lives were saved thanks to the crew's selfless, decisive action.
The Auguste Isles once again owed their very existence to (Captain) and the crew.
Arulumaya: What a relief to see everyone returning to their normal lives.
Arulumaya: I suppose my vision did some good.
Arulumaya sighs contentedly as she surveys the town.
Her eyes light upon a group of townspeople hammering together wooden planks and beams.
Arulumaya: Oh, what are you up to over here?
Young Man: Oh, this? It's for our summer festival.
Young Man: A lot of people are still hurting after that disaster.
Young Man: We're hoping tonight's festivities will lift everyone's spirits and get them feeling optimistic about the reconstruction.
Lyria: Ooh, that sounds like fun!
Arulumaya: That brings back memories. When I was young, I always looked forward to summer festivals.
  1. Then how about we go together?
  2. I wonder what it'll be like...

Choose: Then how about we go together?
Arulumaya: Oh, an invitation from the captain?
Vyrn: You've earned it for all your hard work! Don'tcha think, (Captain)?
Arulumaya: That's awfully considerate of you. I can't tell you how happy it makes me.
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Choose: I wonder what it'll be like...
Arulumaya: Everyone around here certainly seems to be looking forward to it. And it's been a long time since I had the chance to attend one...
(Captain) decides this is the perfect opportunity to take a breather and give the crew's overworked fortune-teller a special treat.
Vyrn: Yeah! I'd say she's more than earned it, wouldn't you, (Captain)?
Arulumaya: A break, hm? Yes... Indulging in some festival food and strolling around the booths might be just what the doctor ordered.
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Arulumaya: I think I'll accept your generous offer, (Captain). Letting one's hair down now and again isn't a bad idea.
With that decided, (Captain), Arulumaya, and the others head for the festival grounds.
On their way, they spot many children sporting the colorful yukatas that are a must for any summer festival.
Lyria: Hehe, they all seem so excited about the festival.
Arulumaya: I was just like them as a child.
Arulumaya: I would start pestering my mother to help me into my yukata long before the evening came. She didn't know what to do with me.
Vyrn: Wow, so even our responsible fortune-teller was a regular kid once.
Arulumaya: Does that surprise you?
Vyrn: Nah, it's not that... I just can't really picture it.
Lyria: ...
Lyria's gaze bores into Arulumaya's back as the other two talk. Finally her feet come to a halt.
Arulumaya: What is it, Lyria?
Lyria: Um! I... I wanna see you in a yukata!
Arulumaya: My, my. Whatever for?
Lyria: Well... I... I just think you must look lovely in one.
Lyria: Besides, it's not a festival without a yukata!
Arulumaya: Haha. That's awfully sweet of you.
Arulumaya: I'd like to oblige, but unfortunately I don't have one with me.
Lyria: Aww... That's too bad...
  1. I'd like to see you in one too...
  2. Nothing a shopping trip won't fix!

Choose: I'd like to see you in one too...
Arulumaya: What?
Lyria: Right? (Captain) agrees with me!
Vyrn: Well, why don't we go clothes shopping then?
Lyria: That's a great idea! What do you say, Arulu? (Captain)?
(Captain) sides with Vyrn and Lyria.
Arulumaya: I see. Well, if you insist, (Captain).
Arulumaya: Haha... You seem intent on spoiling me today.
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Choose: Nothing a shopping trip won't fix!
Arulumaya: What, now?
Vyrn: Why not? We've got time!
Arulumaya: Haha... You seem intent on spoiling me today.
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Vyrn: Hehe, that's right! So let's get movin' already!
The crew find their way to a shop that specializes in yukata. Yukata of every style and color of the rainbow are arrayed on every wall and shelf.
Lyria: Wooow! I never realized how many different kinds there are!
Arulumaya: Hm... These ones here are so large... Clearly made for particularly strapping men.
Arulumaya: Now where are the ladies' yukatas... Ah, here we go. This truly is an impressive selection.
Arulumaya: In my size alone, they offer a wealth of options... Ah, these over here look like they were inspired by Erune fashion.
Arulumaya: Alongside the more traditional designs, there are some open-backed versions too.
Lyria: Ooh, what do you think of this one? Aren't all the flowers adorable?
Arulumaya: Haha, they certainly are. That cheerful pattern is very fetching.
Lyria: Oh... It's too big though... And it was so perfect...
Vyrn: Hey, what about this one? It's got apples printed all over it!
Arulumaya: What an appetizing pattern. I'm quite fond of apples myself.
Vyrn: Ah... This one's way too small though. It might actually fit me. Do they make yukatas for babies?
(Captain), Vyrn, and Lyria split up to find yukatas they think would suit their favorite fortune-teller, offering her option after option.
Arulumaya obligingly tries on every one, but none of them really seem to capture her fancy.
Arulumaya: It's hard to decide when I'm so spoiled for choice...
Lyria: Mmm... I guess none of them have that X factor, huh?
Vyrn: Yeah... It's hard to bite the bullet and choose, isn't it?
As they wander between the shelves, eyes roving over countless fabrics and patterns, one in particular catches Arulumaya's attention.
Arulumaya: ...
Arulumaya: Hm? What is it, (Captain)?
Arulumaya: Oh. Yes, I was rather taken by this yukata here...
Arulumaya: I'm torn though. I think it might be a little too cute for me.
  1. I think it would suit you.
  2. That's adorable.

Choose: I think it would suit you.
Arulumaya: Well, then I suppose I'll put my faith in your fashion sense.
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Choose: That's adorable.
Arulumaya: I think so too. I really like the pattern...
Arulumaya: What? You meant me?
Arulumaya: Come now, Captain, teasing isn't nice.
Arulumaya: But... well... If you like it too, then perhaps I will choose this one.
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Arulumaya: Opinions?
Lyria: The low neckline in the back is so elegant!
Vyrn: Haha, you look like a whole different person with that hairstyle! Pretty sharp!
  1. You're a vision.
  2. I can't take my eyes off of you.

Choose: You're a vision.
Arulumaya: Hehe. I suppose I made the right choice then. Thank you.
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Choose: I can't take my eyes off of you.
Arulumaya: Why should you? We have all night.
Haha, just kidding.
Arulumaya: All these compliments are going to my head.
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Arulumaya buys her chosen yukata and returns to (Captain) and the others.
Arulumaya: Thank you all for spending so much time helping me out.
Lyria: Hee hee. No problem! I'm glad we found the perfect one for you!
Arulumaya: Looks like we found it just in time too.
Outside the window, the sun has already set, staining the sky a deep indigo.
Arulumaya: Shall we? I want the whole crew to enjoy this festival to the fullest.
Decked out for the occasion, Arulumaya leads the way to the festival.
Just for a moment, the smile on her face is not that of the fortune-teller carrying the weight of the world, but of the child who once tugged at her mother's sleeve, begging to change into her summer finery.