Scenario:Dorothy and Claudia - Come Home, My Queen
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Come Home, My Queen
Dorothy enters a bar in hopes of finding info on her queen. Although the crew is surprised to see her come out of the bar fighting wanton thugs, Claudia is even more surprised to see the thugs so unified.
With new intel from the maids, the crew sets a course for the likely location of their former master.
But a true shame it is when they land in a town of roughnecks.
Lyria: I've a bad feeling about everyone glaring at us...
Vyrn: Yeah, I don't like it one bit either. Dorothy, Claudia, you watch out too!
Dorothy: Of course!
Dorothy: Hey, over there, Claudia! You see that mommy and kitty cat?
Mother Cat: ...
Claudia: Mommy and kitty? I don't quite see the resemblance... What do you say to feeding them while we observe them?
Lyria: Ahahahaha... You two seem to be okay...
Dorothy: Oh, we're used to this kind of thing. I'm sure Constance is okay too, because she's just like us despite being a crybaby!
Vyrn: That reminds me: you two grew up in some sorta lawless zone, right?
Dorothy: Yep, we called the slums home. So this kind of murky atmosphere really brings us back.
Dorothy: The sign for the bar's come into view! I'll ask around for info on our queen!
Lyria: Will you be okay alone?
Claudia: Worry not. We'd likely draw more attention acting as a group anyway.
Claudia: And let us not forget this is merely a den of unorganized, vulgar knaves. I'm sure she'll be fine.
Vyrn: Fair enough. Though I guess you really place your trust in Dorothy, huh?
Claudia: Hehe... I'm not so sure if my feelings on the matter equate to such an elegant word.
Claudia: Bound by destiny, the two of us are in the same boat.
Lyria: What? You're on a boat?
Claudia: To put it simply, we're bound by fate.
Lyria: I see... That reminds me: how did you two come to know each other?
Claudia: How, you ask?
Lyria: Yeah, I'd like to hear about the where and how of it all—if you don't mind!
Claudia: Hee-hee, you're too kind, Lyria. I apologize in advance if this bores you...
Claudia: I first found her outside an abandoned house in the slums.
Claudia: It wasn't too far from my own home. I noticed a girl close to me in age began to appear there regularly.
Claudia: I did not wish to have my neighborhood depredated by outsiders, so I resolved to shoo her away.
Claudia: But as I approached her in the abandoned house, I found an injured little bird in her hands...
Lyria: So she was looking after a little birdie... And you helped her?
Claudia: No... It had already passed on.
Vyrn: Wha? Then what was Dorothy up to every day?
Dorothy: Tch... You're having way too good of a time for utter trash!
Thug 1: The heck is your problem? Who do you think you are traipsing about like you own the place?
Thug 2: Don't let her get away! She must be after the girl! I'll get the other guys here!
Lyria: Yikes! What's happening with Dorothy?
Vyrn: Whoa, it sure didn't take her long to whip up that mob!
Claudia: How odd for them to share such a strong sense of camaraderie...
Claudia: Perhaps this may be a good chance for my fists to ask their bodies for info on the queen!
Come Home, My Queen: Scene 2
The scuffle with the thugs leaves Claudia separated from the rest of the crew, who retreat to a small cottage to sort out the situation. After hearing an account of how Dorothy and Claudia first met, (Captain) and company suddenly hear Claudia fighting thugs outside and rush out to save her.
A scuffle with the wanton thugs leaves Claudia separated from the rest of the crew.
(Captain) and company arrive at a small cottage in town and try to make sense of the situation.
Vyrn: Lemme get this straight... You mentioned your former master's name, and then a fight broke out?
Dorothy: Who the heck are you!
Dorothy: Said the customers and waiters.
Lyria: Wow... I wonder what everyone's connection with Constance is...
Dorothy: From the looks of it, I'd say—
Dorothy: Let's just enjoy our break for now. We can ask those men directly later.
Vyrn: Yeah, let's do that. We've gotta meet up with Claudia anyway.
Dorothy: So you two were talking about the past, right? Claudia told me during the battle.
Lyria: Yes... Sorry for prying...
Dorothy: Oh, no worries! But you probably think I'm a weirdo since she stopped at the part about the little birdie.
Dorothy: Don't get me wrong—I definitely noticed that the bird died as I looked after it.
Dorothy: But I didn't want to admit it, despite how commonplace death was in the slums.
Dorothy: I figured it was probably abandoned by its mommy when it fell into a little corner in town.
Dorothy: As a child I guess I kind of saw my own future in the bird. So I continued to watch over it even after the fact.
Vyrn: Must've been tough... How'd that lead to you two meeting up though?
Dorothy: As I played doctor in the run-down house, a voice called out from behind.
Dorothy: Most people would've been creeped out. You know, with me using medicine and bandages for a bird that's passed on.
Dorothy: But Claudia? She just stared at me for a short while before saying...
Dorothy: How adorable...
Dorothy: Sorry if that was all kind of weird, teehee.
Vyrn: Erm, no, how should I put this...
Vyrn: I kinda see what you're getting at. Claudia musta felt the same sort of future you were envisioning.
Vyrn: That's why she tried to cheer you up...
Vyrn: You scored yourself a true pal there!
Dorothy: Hehe, thanks!
Claudia: Humph, think you can take me on? My iron fists shall wipe out the lot of you!
Lyria: Is that Claudia? She seems to be fighting those people!
Lyria: Let's go, (Captain)!
Come Home, My Queen: Scene 3
After fending off the thugs, the crew presses them for the whereabouts of Constance, but their lips remain sealed. However, all becomes clear when Constance herself makes an appearance—the thugs are actually protecting her and perceive the crew to be a threat.
After putting the thugs in their place, Claudia confronts them about Constance.
But their lips are tighter than expected.
Claudia: My, just how stubborn can you be?
Thug 1: Humph... Why don't you just go ahead and off us!
Dorothy: Their sense of unity is surprising for a bunch of thugs.
Thug 2: Wh-what's it to you... Everyone's got something they want to protect...
Vyrn: So what now? Doesn't look like we can get 'em to talk.
Lyria: Hm... This one's a—
???: Yikes, it's okay, everyone! There's no need to go so far to protect me...
Thug 1: Don't come any closer, Connie! Get back underground!
???: Oh, I'm so sorry! You're all hurt because of me...
Thug 2: Hehe, nothin' to worry about! We'd gladly gives our lives for you.
Thug 2: We took you for one of those haughty rich folks when we first saw you in town; but then we found out how much of a crybaby you were...
Thug 2: And then when we learned you were on the run, we knew we had to protect you!
Lyria: Huh? Rich folk? On the run?
Dorothy: Yay, it's Queen Constance! I don't think she's noticed us. What should we do, Master (Captain)?
Vyrn: I was about to ask the same thing. Why are we the villains here?
Claudia: Queen Constance often runs away from the castle when her lack of confidence as a ruler overtakes her.
Claudia: Those men were stirred by an intense desire to protect her.
Dorothy: Ah, it's not too different from us then.
Claudia: Her innocence, unreliability, negativity, listlessness, tendency to cry, inability to think things through...
Claudia: Such an existence shines greater than the most valuable of treasures to those who lead a wayward life.
Vyrn: Hm... In any case I'm just glad she's okay. Now why don't we get this mess cleared up with—
Thug 1: Stand up, you ragamuffins! Connie still needs our protection!
Thug 2: Yaaargh! Muster up whatever you've got left in you!
Lyria: Ai-yai-yai, they look ready for another battle!
Vyrn: Geez, what's their deal?
Vyrn: Anyhoo, we'd better keep our guard up, (Captain)!
Come Home, My Queen: Scene 4
The crew pacifies the thugs once more, coming to a peaceful resolution when the relationship between the maids and Constance is made apparent to all. The trio thanks the crew for all their help and return home with the promise of ongoing assistance to (Captain) and company in their future endeavors.
After pacifying the thugs, the servants make clear their relationship with Constance, leading to a peaceful resolution.
Now that (Captain) and company take charge of Constance, they agree to deliver her home.
Constance: Oh, I'm so sorry, I'm so sorry! It's all my fault that such a big misunderstanding happened...
Vyrn: Hey, don't worry about it. All's well that ends well, right?
Lyria: Yeah, the maids are really happy you're safe too. Right, Dorothy, Claudia?
Dorothy: No way, teehee. Can't you see how angry I am?
Constance: Oh no!
Claudia: You've set a new record this time with the length of your getaway and the lengths we had to go through to retrieve you.
Claudia: To match that, we must set up the most severe form of discipline ever upon our return to the castle.
Constance: No, no, no! Please, I won't run away again!
Vyrn: Sigh, some people just never learn...
Lyria: It sure is going to get lonely though. I guess you two will be—
Dorothy: Yes, duty calls, so we'll have to leave the crew.
Dorothy: Thank you sooo much for everything! This whole adventure has been a blast!
Claudia: Indeed, but please rest assured that we will rush to your aid if the need should ever arise.
Claudia: Until you've reached the Island of the Astrals, we will gladly continue to support you.
Vyrn: Glad to hear it! It's been fun, you two!
Lyria: Mm-hm! And it'll continue to be fun!
Dorothy: Well then, Constance. Let's head in for some good ol' teatime.
Constance: Y-you'll do that for me, even though I've been such a terrible queen?
Claudia: A trashy master is still a master to us.
Claudia: You, who wandered into the slums and wept on that day, embody our future.
Dorothy: Mm-hm. That orphan we met in the slums makes for the best master!
Constance: Dorothy... Claudia...
Constance: Thank you! I'm looking forward to the tea!
Having found their true master, the two feel an overwhelming sense of accomplishment.
With their thanks and promise of their continued support, the crew sets a course for the hometown of Constance and the maidens.