Scenario:Mary - Thanks for Letting me Know

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Thanks for Letting me Know

(Captain) and the crew go with Mary to visit the old man Galthazar in the hospital. Upon seeing Galthazar's warm reaction to the crew, Mary runs away. (Captain) follows after her, and gets her to explain herself. Thanks to (Captain), Mary is able to work through her issues enough to say goodbye to Galthazar before leaving with the crew.



(Captain) and the crew are visiting Galthazar, the old man they met when they were kidnapped.
Without the Primal Beast possessing him, his stern personality melted away, leaving a gentle old man.
Lyria: Heeehee, hello Galthazar! How are you doing today?
Galthazar: Hmm? Now who might you be? I feel like maybe we've met before…
Lyria: That's right! My name is Lyria. We met on Sidheros Island.
Galthazar: Sidheros… Sidheros… Ah, Sidheros! My home. Were you there for the harvest? The golden wheat can be quite beautiful.
Galthazar: …Hmm? Now why did I leave Sidheros again? And where am I now…?
Vyrn: Erm… Well… About that… Let's get you fit and healthy again, first. That Primal Beast took a lot out of you.
Any version of Mary is a crew member

Mary:
Vyrn: Right, Mary? You've come all this way to see him. Surely there's something you want to say.
Galthazar: Who're you talking to? That child, she's…
Mary: (Gasp)
Vyrn: H-hey, wait, Mary! Where d'you think she's going?
Lyria: Hmmm… Looks like she was running away. I wonder what she saw… All the color had drained from her face.
Lyria: What's that, (Captain)? You're going to go and talk with her? OK, we'll wait for you here.
Mary: Hmmm…
Mary: (Captain)! Did you follow me?
Mary: …It's nothing. I just needed some space, I have a lot to think about.
Mary: Lyria and that lizard must be getting ready to have tea with the old man. Wouldn't want to miss that!
Mary: …Stupid old man…
As she's speaking, Mary slumps her shoulders and hangs her head. (Captain) patiently waits for her to continue.
Mary: …I hate him. Taking in orphans, and raising them into a life of crime is just cruel.
Mary: He'd take the money that his kids had pilfered and pay off the local gangsters to keep them off his back.
Mary: I hate gangsters… And I hate Galthazar, too… That's why I ran away.
Mary: I never thought I'd be see him again, but here I am!
Mary: I've always followed my heart and decided things for myself, which is how I fulfilled my dream of becoming a treasure hunter.
Mary: I thought I'd feel so relieved when I finally got away from that crusty old man. But…
Mary: But I didn't.
Mary: He always acted so tough, but I think in his own way he really cared for us…
Mary began to slowly tell the tale of her life to (Captain).
Mary: I don't remember my parents. My earliest memories are of living as a street urchin.
Mary: Life was tough on the streets. Very tough. Then one day Old Man Galthazar found me and took me in with the other orphans.
Mary: Life was still hard, but there were fun times, too.
Mary: Even so, after I ran away, I didn't look back. I never tried to contact him.
Mary: Since then I've been alone… Living off the skills that he taught me.
Mary: How to scam people out of money, how to avoid trouble when it comes looking for me, all sorts of stuff.
Mary: It's funny, looking back at how much I hated him. I wished he would take a long walk off a short pier.
Mary: I owe everything I've become to that old man.
Mary: I just don't know any more. Should I hate the old man?
Mary: Or should I be thankful for everything he taught me?
Mary: (Sob)
  1. There's no need to decide now, is there?
  2. It's best to get things like this over and done with.

Choose: There's no need to decide now, is there?
Mary: But, I think I have to…
Mary: I guess… The old man has lost his Primal Beast…
Mary: He might be down in the dumps, but it's not like he's sick or something.
Mary: He'll be back to normal in no time… Best not to think about it… really… Yeah, right, I'm not worried.
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Choose: It's best to get things like this over and done with.
Mary: Humph? Ha ha ha!
Mary: You, really have a way with words, don’t you? He's not really the type to do mushy stuff like this, you know?
Mary: But if I do confront him, it might make things worse. Let's not risk it.
Go to "Continue 2"

Continue 1
No version of Mary in crew

???: …………
Lyria: What was that? Over there, is that, Mary? Mary, wait!
Mary: !
Lyria: Hmmm? What was that? Haven't you come here to pay your respects to Galthazar?
Lyria: Hmmm… Looks like she was running away. I wonder what she saw… All the color had drained from her face.
Lyria: What's that, (Captain)? You're going to go and talk with her? OK, we'll wait for you here.
Mary: Hmmm…
Mary: (Captain)! Did you follow me?
Mary: …It's nothing. I just needed some space, I have a lot to think about.
Mary: Lyria and that lizard must be getting ready to have tea with the old man. Wouldn't want to miss that!
Mary: …Stupid old man…
As she's speaking, Mary slumps her shoulders and hangs her head. (Captain) patiently waits for her to continue.
Mary: …I hate him. Taking in orphans, and raising them into a life of crime is just cruel.
Mary: He'd take the money that his kids had pilfered and pay off the local gangsters to keep them off his back.
Mary: I hate gangsters… And I hate Galthazar, too… That's why I ran away.
Mary: I never thought I'd be see him again, but here I am!
Mary: I've always followed my heart and decided things for myself, which is how I fulfilled my dream of becoming a treasure hunter.
Mary: I thought I'd feel so relieved when I finally got away from that crusty old man. But…
Mary: But I didn't.
Mary: He always acted so tough, but I think in his own way he really cared for us…
Mary began to slowly tell the tale of her life to (Captain).
Mary: I don't remember my parents. My earliest memories are of living as a street urchin.
Mary: Life was tough on the streets. Very tough. Then one day Old Man Galthazar found me and took me in with the other orphans.
Mary: Life was still hard, but there were fun times, too.
Mary: Even so, after I ran away, I didn't look back. I never tried to contact him.
Mary: Since then I've been alone… Living off the skills that he taught me.
Mary: How to scam people out of money, how to avoid trouble when it comes looking for me, all sorts of stuff.
Mary: It's funny, looking back at how much I hated him. I wished he would take a long walk off a short pier.
Mary: I owe everything I've become to that old man.
Mary: I just don't know any more. Should I hate the old man?
Mary: Or should I be thankful for everything he taught me?
Mary: (Sob)
  1. There's no need to decide now, is there?
  2. It's best to get things like this over and done with.

Choose: There's no need to decide now, is there?
Mary: But, I think I have to…
Mary: I guess… The old man has lost his Primal Beast…
Mary: He might be down in the dumps, but it's not like he's sick or something.
Mary: He'll be back to normal in no time… Best not to think about it… really… Yeah, right, I'm not worried.
Go to "Continue 2"

Choose: It's best to get things like this over and done with.
Mary: Humph? Ha ha ha!
Mary: You, really have a way with words, don’t you? He's not really the type to do mushy stuff like this, you know?
Mary: But if I do confront him, it might make things worse. Let's not risk it.
Continue 2
Mary: …I've been holding on to these things for so long, it feels good to finally tell someone about them.
Mary: Thanks for listening to me. Somehow I feel safe telling you anything.
Mary: Maybe it's because you're so strange… Just kidding!
Mary: Let's get back. Lyria and the lizard will be waiting for us! And the old man, too.
Following the now happier Mary, (Captain) returns to Galthazar and the others.
Vyrn: Heh heh! Come on, gramps, cheer up! We'll come visit again someday.
Galthazar: Oh, I'll be waiting. Make sure to come again when the apples have ripened. We can go pick them together!
Mary:
Lyria: Wait… Mary?
Galthazar: Mary, what's wrong? Have you been fighting with Altos again? You can't let him get to you.
Mary:
Galthazar: Take good care of her, (Captain), she's a good girl at heart.
Mary: …All the best… old man…
Galthazar: You, too, my dear Mary. I wish you luck in your future ventures.
Mary: Thanks…
Mary joins (Captain)'s crew and leaves the hospital without looking back.
Mary was finally able to tell (Captain) of her long held worries.
However, it will be some time yet before she will be able to put it all behind her completely.