Scenario:Ceylan and Pengy - Pengy Thief
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One day, through a unique series of events, Ceylan ends up trapped in Pengy's costume, and is forced to perform in her place. When he returns to the airship, the real Pengy accuses him of costume theft most foul. Once the misunderstanding is resolved, she helps Ceylan out of the costume, but is unable to quell his boundless curiosity about her strangely comfortable penguin suit.
One day, Pengy receives a request to visit a kindergarten, and the Grandcypher sets out to take her to her destination.
On their way to the island in question, a strange event occurs.
Vyrn: Humph. We're almost there, so where did Pengy get to?
Ceylan: I think I saw her heading over that way!
Vyrn: What is she up to... She'd better not be secretly upgrading the ship again.
Ceylan: She didn't look like she was up to anything suspicious, but I suppose I'd better check it out.
Ceylan: Umm... I could have sworn I saw her go this way... Pengy!
Ceylan: Ah, Pengy! I knew I saw you come this way. (Captain)'s looking for you.
Ceylan: Huh? Maybe she didn't hear me. Hey, Pen—
Ceylan: Pengy, I'm sorry! I just tripped, I didn't mean to hit you like that...
Ceylan: Wait... Huh?
Vyrn: Hey, Pengy! There you are! We've been looking all over for you!
Ceylan: Squawk! (Vyrn!)
Ceylan: S-squawk? (Wh-what's going on?)
Vyrn: Lop Ear went off looking for you earlier. Haven't you seen him?
Ceylan: S-s-squawk! (B-b-but I'm Ceylan!)
Ceylan: Squa-squawk, squaaawk... (I got knocked out, and came to inside this costume)
Vyrn: Hmm... Nope, didn't catch a word of that.
Ceylan: Squaw... Squawk squawk squawk... (Hrrm, what do I do now? It seems they can't understand what I'm saying...)
Vyrn: Anyway, let's get going! We can't keep everyone waiting!
And so Ceylan, trapped in the Pengy costume by some unknown means, is hustled off.
Ceylan: (This is bad. I need to get out of this thing...)
Ceylan: (But I have to say, it is pretty comfortable in here...)
Ceylan: (It's such a perfect fit. Whichever way I move, it just seems to move with me...)
Vyrn: Huh? Hey, Pengy! What're you doing just staring off into space like that?
Ceylan: (Of course! If they all think that I'm actually Pengy, then that means...)
Ceylan: Squ-squaaawk! (I can't disappoint those kids!)
Vyrn: Heheh! Now that's the Pengy we know and love!
Child 1: Yay! It's Pengy! It's really Pengy!
Child 2: Hahaha! Pengy's so cute!
Child 3: Hey, Pengy! Let's play!
The children crowd around, and Ceylan is soon completely surrounded.
Ceylan does his best to imitate Pengy and keep the children entertained.
Vyrn: Heheh, the kids seem to be having fun with Pengy. I'm glad we decided to take this job.
It would seem the quest is a success, with no one the wiser as to Pengy's true identity.
When the crew returns to the Grandcypher, however, they have quite the surprise waiting for them.
Pengy: So there you are. The jig is up! Give me back my Pengy costume, you dirty thief!
Vyrn: Wait, what's going on? If you're here, then who's in the costume?
Ceylan: Squawk! Squ-squawk! (Pengy! Tell me how to get out of this thing!)
Pengy: Now come on, hand it over! No one gets between me and my costume.
Pengy: I warned you! Pen...gy... Attack!
Ceylan: I... I'm free...
Vyrn: Wha! Ceylan, what were you doing in the Pengy costume?
Pengy: So this is what you were up to! Befriending me just to steal my costume?
Pengy: I can't believe it, that's squawkally unacceptable! Now you're really squawked! Here I come!
Ceylan: W-wait. You don't understand...
Ceylan: Hold on! Let me explain!
Vyrn: H-hey, Pengy! Let's just calm down and listen to what Ceylan has to say, okay?
After a lengthy explanation, Ceylan convinces Pengy that he did not intend to steal her costume.
Ceylan: Wait up, Pengy!
Ceylan: I've seen a lot of strange things in my time, but this...
Ceylan: I've never met anyone or anything quite like Pengy! What material is the costume made out of? How is it put together?
Ceylan: Pengy, please! I must appraise your costume!
Ceylan: Pengy, wait!
Ceylan is left with more questions about Pengy than answers.
This is only the beginning of a long tug-of-war between the earnest appraiser and the mysterious entertainer.