Scenario:Jeanne d'Arc - Grasping Peace

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Grasping Peace

Jeanne is asked by Vyrn to "Stop being so formal". Considering Vyrn to be someone worthy of respect, she finds herself in a quandary. Lyria suggests that Jeanne speak to Vyrn with less formality in the next town, and she accepts the challenge.

Some time had passed since Jeanne d'Arc joined the skyfarers.
On the deck of Grandcypher, Vyrn speaks to (Captain) and Lyria.
Vyrn: Hey... Um, I was wondering if I can talk to you guys about something.
Lyria: Oh, what's wrong Vyrn? You seem a little down...
Vyrn: Hmm... Well, it's about Jeanne...
Vyrn: She's really respectful and courteous when she talks to me but...
Vyrn: I feel like she's TOO courteous and it kinda throws me off. It's a little uncomfortable, you know?
Lyria: Hmm... Now that you mention it, Jeanne does talk to you like she's talking to royalty or something.
Vyrn: That's what I'm talking about! I know she doesn't mean any harm...
Vyrn: But it can be uncomfortable when she always treats me like that.
Vyrn: I didn't give Jeanne the so-called revelation, and I sort of feel a wall between us even though we're friends.
Lyria: I see... So that's what's troubling you.
Lyria: But I think this is something that you need to talk to her about...
Vyrn: You're right... Hmm...
Lyria: Oh! Speaking of which, there's Jeanne!
Lyria: Hey Jeanne!
Jeanne d'Arc: Hm? Ah, Lyria and (Captain). And Master Vyrn, too.
Vyrn: Hey Jeanne... There's something I gotta talk to you about.
Jeanne d'Arc: Yes! Please don't hesitate to command me as you will.
Vyrn: Well... I wanted to ask you to stop being so formal.
Jeanne d'Arc: Formal... You say...? Master Vyrn, you are someone that I hold in regard.
Jeanne d'Arc: I couldn't possibly speak to you without proper respect.
Vyrn: Well... I'm flattered you feel that way, but it throws me off... Do you know what I mean?
Jeanne d'Arc: I-Is that so? What have I done... I made Master Vyrn uncomfortable with my boorishness...
Vyrn: S-See, I don't want you to think of it so seriously like that!
Jeanne d'Arc: Oh... I...
Seeing how troubled both Vyrn and Jeanne were, Lyria chimes in.
Lyria: Um, Jeanne. I have an idea...
Lyria: We're on our way to a nearby island to get some rest, right?
Lyria: While we're there, why don't you try not being so formal when you talk to Vyrn?
Lyria: Maybe if you change the way you talk, your attitude will loosen up too.
Jeanne d'Arc: Be less formal to Master Vyrn? However, I... Well...
Jeanne d'Arc: Yes, if I'm becoming a nuisance to Master Vyrn... I have no choice.
Vyrn: All right! It's a promise, Jeanne!
Jeanne d'Arc: Very well, Master Vyrn!
Vyrn: Hey! This isn't gonna be easy.
Jeanne d'Arc: Ack! M-My apologies.

Grasping Peace: Scene 2

As (Captain) and company heads to the town dining hall, they witness ruffians threatening the residents there. Vyrn attempts to stop him, but has a rock thrown at him. Jeanne is infuriated by this sight and attempts to punish the ruffians.

(Captain) and company arrives at a nearby island and lands their airship so they can get some rest.
Vyrn: Good work everyone! Now let's get some grub!
Jeanne d'Arc: Yes, Master Vy... I mean... Okay... Vyrn.
Lyria: Hehe, Jeanne's trying, (Captain).
Vyrn: Sigh... Well, she'll probably get used to it.
Vyrn: All right, time to eat! Let's race to the dining hall! Ready, go!
Jeanne d'Arc: Wha?! P-Please... I mean, wait for me Mas... Vyrn!
Lyria: Hehe! We should go too, (Captain)!
Vyrn: All right, I see the dining hall... Wait, what?!
Ruffian: Huh?! Did you just tell me to pay up?! Who the hell do you think you are!
Citizen: Ahh!
Jeanne d'Arc: That lot seems to be causing trouble.
Vyrn: Hey! What do you think you're doing?!
Ruffian: Hah, look at this! Shut your mouth, stupid lizard!
The ruffian picks up a rock and throws it at Vyrn. The rock unfortunately hits him in the arm.
Vyrn: Ow! What's your problem!!
Jeanne d'Arc: You swine! First the the citizens, and now Master Vyrn...
Jeanne d'Arc: Unforgivable! I will strike you down!
Lyria: Oh no! Jeanne, it's dangerous to go alone! Let's help her, (Captain)!

Grasping Peace: Scene 3

(Captain) and company learns that the town has been suffering from frequent bandit attacks and decides to help. However, Jeanne d'Arc persuades the citizens that they must win back the peace in their town by their own hands. She leads the people toward the bandits with a purposeful stride.

Ruffian: T-This isn't over!
Jeanne d'Arc: I've memorized your face! Don't ever dare step foot in this town again! Otherwise...
Ruffian: Eeeek!
Jeanne d'Arc: Whew! It seems we've driven them away for now.
Citizen: Thank you...! Those bandits are infamous around here.
Citizen: Lately, they've been coming down to our city and threatening everyone... We didn't know what to do.
Lyria: Really?! That's awful...
Citizen: ... Yes... It's great that you drove them away for us, but they might come back for revenge...
Vyrn: I feel bad for the people that live here. Hey, (Captain). Why don't we take care of those bandits for them?
Jeanne d'Arc: No. We can't coddle them like that.
Vyrn: Hmm? What do you mean?
Without answering Vyrn, Jeanne walks toward the townspeople.
Jeanne d'Arc: What's this? Because you were saved once, you're content with waiting until someone saves you again?!
Citizen: ...?!
Jeanne d'Arc: This is your livelihood that's being threatened!
Jeanne d'Arc: Peace is something that must be claimed and preserved for yourself... Not something that falls into your lap as you wait!
As Jeanne raises her voice, the circle of townsfolk around her start to murmur.
Gradually, the murmurs turn into words of affirmation.
Citizen: That's right... this is our town! We need to protect it!
Jeanne d'Arc: That’s the spirit! We have to fight to win back peace! Follow me!
Lyria: Jeanne is amazing...! More and more people are gathering...
Vyrn: Yeah, but with all these people here, will she be able to protect them all if something happens?
Vyrn: We should go too, (Captain)!
Led by Jeanne, the townsfolk advance toward the mountains where the bandits dwell.
However, they struggle against the bandits which are more accustomed to the mountains and combat.
Jeanne d'Arc: Do not falter! They are outnumbered! Forward, forward!
Bandit: ...
Jeanne d'Arc: ...! That must be their leader!
Jeanne d'Arc: (Captain)! Let us take him down together, and their group will crumble!
Vyrn: All right, let's do it! (Captain)!
Bandit: W-Who the hell are you guys?! That getup... you must be from that town!
Jeanne d'Arc: You fools have disturbed the peace and trampled upon the people's hard work! Now, take your punishment!

Grasping Peace: Scene 4

Jeanne d'Arc feels ashamed when Lyria points out that she forgot to address Vyrn formally. However, Vyrn tells her that he prefers it that way because it makes them feel closer as friends. Jeanne is thrilled when Vyrn calls her his friend. Later that night, the being that appeared in her revelation is on her mind.

(Captain) and company defeats the leader, and the townsfolk succeed in capturing all of the bandits.
Citizen: Now... Now we don't have to fear bandits anymore...!
Citizen: It's all thanks to your help! I don't know how we can thank you...
Vyrn: Well, it was possible because you all worked with Jeanne to corner the bandits!
Vyrn: The townsfolk worked hard, but you did an amazing job leading them, Jeanne! I'm impressed!
Jeanne d'Arc: I was also a commander at Orleans, so handling the likes of bandits was no trouble...
Jeanne d'Arc: It's nothing worthy of your praise... Master Vyrn...
Vyrn: Come on Jeanne! You're back to being all formal again!
Jeanne d'Arc: Very well, Master Vyrn! My apologies.
Lyria: Hehe, Jeanne. When Vyrn wanted us to take care of the bandits for those people...
Lyria: And you disagreed with him, you talked to him less formally.
Lyria: I guess trying to change the way you talk since we got here worked!
Jeanne d'Arc: ...What?!
Jeanne d'Arc: I was not even thinking about it! Did I say something out of line without realizing?!
Vyrn: It's okay! Don't worry about it Jeanne.
Vyrn: I prefer it that way much more! It feels more like we're friends.
Jeanne d'Arc: Friends... Am I, your friend... Master Vyrn?
Vyrn: Yeah! We're journeying together. That makes us friends. Right?
Jeanne d'Arc: I see... You're right!
Jeanne d'Arc: I hope we stay friends from here on as well, Master Vyrn!
It seems it will be a while until Jeanne can talk to Vyrn less formally.
However, through her travels, Jeanne begins to see her friends with something other than veneration.
As the days go by, the wall that Vyrn felt between himself and Jeanne is sure to disappear eventually.
Jeanne d'Arc: "Save the world", huh?
Jeanne d'Arc: Since joining all of you, I've personally witnessed the evils of the empire and various problems across the lands...
Jeanne d'Arc: However, these issues aren't what I'm truly looking for. I have no proof, but...
Jeanne d'Arc: Sometimes it feels as if it was just a dream rather than a revelation...
Jeanne d'Arc: I can still hear that voice, and feel that pressure as if from the dragon king...
Jeanne d'Arc: I can't recall how it looked... No, I remember seeing wings...
Jeanne d'Arc: Wings... Yes, enormous wings like a dragon's. Black... wings...