Scenario:Naga - A Shack-Shaking Laugh

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A Shack-Shaking Laugh

Appearing before the party with her trademark high-pitched laughter, Naga announces she has run out of funds for travel and food. Lyria feels sorry for her and proposes that the party look after her for a while, which Naga interprets as the party's request for her powers in battle, magnanimously agreeing to join.

Sierokarte: All right, gather round, everyone! I'll explain the next request for you!
In a certain town, the party listens to Sierokarte's explanation, hearing that fierce monsters have been appearing close to town.
Vyrn: OK, got it. So there are monsters with scales like iron, huh? That's pretty troublesome if swords 'n' guns don't work on 'em…
Sierokarte: Indeed! From what I hear, the scales seem to be fairly strong, so magic isn't very effective, either…
Vyrn: Hmm… Guess we better be careful about which crew members we take along with us…
Naga: Oho ho ho ho! Then I, Naga the Serpent, shall resolve this problem for you!
Lyria: Huh? Naga, do you mean you know how to defeat these monsters?
Naga: Not in the slightest!
Vyrn: Hey, come on now… you just appear out of nowhere and spout that stuff again?
Naga: However! When you claim that magic is of no use against these creatures, you are doubtless referring to magic of the normal kind.
Naga: With such genius magic as mine, whether the scales are made of iron, or gigas ore, it matters not… I shall freeze it all!
Lyria: Wow! You're amazing, Naga!
Naga: Oho ho ho ho! No need to stop the praise there, Lyria. Keep it coming!
Vyrn: Hmm… well, you know what they say… there's a thin line between genius and…
With her trademark high-pitched laugh and audacious costume, Naga the Serpent has once again appeared on the scene.
The woman, who the party had become acquainted with during a battle, has run into the crew in town, persisting in tagging along.
Sierokarte: By the way… who is your new companion?
Naga: Oh! Would you be referring to moi?
Vyrn: Er, well… while we're at it, Miss Modesty… just why are you with us, again?
Naga: Humph… you still have much to learn about the ways of the world, my naive little lizard!
Naga: After one's travel expenses ran out and one loses the means to pay for their own food, why, it's the obvious thing to do!
Vyrn: Hey… I don't think that's something you should be boasting about…
Lyria: Umm… You mean you'd be in trouble without us, right?
Naga: Naturally!
Naga: And on top of that, I have few connections in this area, and work is most hard to come by! Oho ho ho ho!
Vyrn: Jeez… I thought I just said it's nothing to boast about…
Lyria: Ohh… it must be really hard for you, Naga…
Lyria: Um, (Captain)… until Naga can find some work, do you think we'd be able to…
Vyrn: Hmm… you're right. I get the feeling she wouldn't cope very well be herself…
Naga: Oho, Lyria… little lizard. So you two have recognized how indespensible I am to the team?
Vyrn: Well, no, we weren't exactly saying—
Naga: OHO HO HO HO! No need to thank me just yet! Wait until the moment when I, Naga the Serpent, save you all!
Vyrn: Man… she just doesn't listen…
Naga: As payment… well, I suppose being treated to meals for a while will suffice.
  1. Done.
  2. I don't think so.

Choose: Done.
Naga: My my… you're quite understanding. I like kids like you.
Vyrn: Look… we just figured you were in trouble, so we thought we'd—
Naga: OHO HO HO HO! How can I refuse such an earnest supplication for my assistance?
Vyrn: …Here we go again…
Naga: With I, the beautiful sorceress Naga, in your crew, your fighting power increases a hundredfold… no, a thousandfold!
Naga: Be thankful! Oho ho ho ho!
Vyrn: Hey, (Captain)… Are you sure it's OK to bring her along?
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Choose: I don't think so.
Naga: Oh my. Though I suppose that's not an entirely unnatural reaction when faced with a being of such overwhelming power as I.
Naga: But see now, (Captain). Being able to assess and include a team's necessary fighting power is an important asset of a captain!
Naga: You need to be composed, to analyze the situation calmly and make your decision…
Naga: Here, learn from me! First, you must laugh with elegance!
  1. Oho ho ho ho!

Choose: Oho ho ho ho!
Naga: Oh! You have quite the talent for it! But you're not quite there yet, (Captain)! You won't gain mastery over others that way!
Naga: Listen up! If you aspire to gain absolute conviction of your own superiority, then a laugh such as this is an essential step!
Naga: I, Naga, shall proceed to coach you in the art. "Oho ho ho ho"!
Vyrn: Umm, yeah, so… I don't really understand where this conversation's going anymore…
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Naga: Hmm? Whatever's the matter, (Captain)? Come on, show me your best laugh!
Lyria: Ha ha ha… (Captain)'s kind of shy, you see…
Naga: Well, then, all the more reason for me to accompany you!
Naga: (Captain) must master the elegant art of refined laughter in public, and I shall serve as your guide toward this.
Lyria: Erm… so you're going to help cure (Captain)'s shyness? What will you do?
Naga: Hee hee hee… simple. "Appearances are everything," as they say, right?
Naga: I, Naga, shall therefore select an appropriate costume for (Captain) to complement such elegant laughter.
Vyrn: Hey… I think one of us in that thing is more than enough. Please don't make (Captain) a victim of your fashion sense, too…
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Sierokarte: Ahem. As I was saying…
Naga: Oh! That's right, I never finished my introduction, did I?
Naga: I am the greatest rival of Lina Inverse, Naga the Serpent!
Sierokarte: Oho! If you're Lina's rival, then it looks like this crew has found another strong member!
Naga: Certainly! From now on, I suppose you had better refer to me as Naga the Serpent, the strongest sorceress of (Captain)'s crew!
Naga: Oho ho ho ho!
Naga: Very well, then… (Captain)! Let us head out for the pre-request meal!
Lyria: Yay! (Captain), I saw a restaurant just now that looked really good!
Vyrn: Jeez… so now Miss Modesty's running the show?
And so, the self-proclaimed rival of Lina Inverse, "Naga the Serpent," joins the party.
With her unusual attitude toward life, she also takes pains to thoroughly drill the crew on the significance of being "normal."