Scenario:Percival - The Leisurely Lord of Flames

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The Leisurely Lord of Flames

Percival and the crew help a little girl find her parents and resolve other resort side predicaments that pop up along the way. Later, (Captain) teases Percival about mumbling in his sleep, forcing him to admit aloud what he'd only been voicing in his dreams.



With some recreation and relaxation long overdue, (Captain) and crew arrive at the Venera Beach resort area in Auguste.
Earlier, (Captain) had gone to Percival's room to invite him to the beach.
Percival: Humph. I don't mind in the least if my vassals wish to let loose a little.
Percival: However, I've no time for dilly-dallying around a beach.
Vyrn: Boy, I should've guessed you'd be a party pooper.
Lyria: Hm, I wonder if we can convince him to come somehow.
With arms folded, (Captain) tries giving Percival a serious guilt trip.
  1. Everyone needs a vacation!
  2. You've gotta experience things!
  3. We can recruit some vassals!
  4. We might run into some goons!

Choose: Everyone needs a vacation!
Percival: A vacation? But I'm neither tired nor stressed!
Vyrn: Knowing how often you get worked up, are you sure about that?
Lyria: As your vassal, I'm worried about your health!
Percival: Hm, it's difficult to refuse now considering your concern.
Percival: Fine. I'll go along with you, but only to survey the beach.
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Choose: You've gotta experience things!
Vyrn: Seeing all sorts of things'll come in handy when you build your country!
Percival: Hm, it would seem my vassals have a point.
Percival: The people of my nation shall be fluent in arts and entertainment. And I must learn more to set an example.
Lyria: You said it! And we'd be thrilled if you'd come with us to the beach!
Percival: Fine. I'll go along with you, but only to survey the beach.
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Choose: We can recruit some vassals!
Vyrn: Yep! You'll need some good vassals to help build your country!
Percival: But I doubt we'll find talent like (Captain).
Lyria: We won't know till we try! Please give us a chance to find new vassals to join you!
Percival: New vassals, eh? You've got a point. I can't keep working the three of you forever.
Percival: Fine. I'll go along with you, but only to survey the beach.
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Choose: We might run into some goons!
Percival: Hm... Wait, what'd you say?
Vyrn: Ah, well it's a crowded beach, you know. There's bound to be some trouble.
Percival: You mean the resort is unsafe?
Lyria: I'm sure it's safe! Most of the time...
Vyrn: Still, we could sure use Percival at a time like this.
Lyria: It'd be a lot less dangerous.
(Captain), Vyrn, and Lyria nod and wink knowingly at each other.
Percival: Hm, although I wouldn't normally be worried, what with (Captain)'s fighting skills...
Percival: Fine. I'll go along with you, but only to survey the beach.
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Vyrn: (Oh boy, it took him long enough!)
Lyria: (Yep! But we did it, (Captain).)
Percival: Hm? What are you mumbling about? I'm off to prepare. Be sure to lead the way afterward!
And so, (Captain) and the crew head straight to Auguste.
The crew waits for Percival at Sierokarte's beach house.
Vyrn: Hey, what's taking him so long?
Lyria: He's pretty late. Should I go back and check the airship?
Percival's Voice: Sorry for the wait.
Percival's slick summer style leaves the gang speechless.
Vyrn: He's gone all out for this!
Percival: Well, it's the most suitable attire for the beach.
Lyria: Ha-ha! It's great! So let's get going!
(Captain) and the gang shout and romp along the shore.
But Percival reclines in a beach chair in the shade and begins to read.
Vyrn: Hey, I thought you'd be hanging with us!
Lyria: Sorry, but can I ask what you're reading?
Percival: Hm? It's a book I need to read before surveying this area.
Percival: I started reading it on the way here, so I'm just finishing it up.
Recognizing a lost cause, (Captain) leaves Percival alone with his book.
After some time, the gang heads back to the beach house when they hear a young girl crying.
Percival: If this keeps up, I'll never get this reading done.
Everyone rushes over to the girl, but Percival reaches her first.
Percival: Hey, what's wrong? Why are you crying?
Little Girl: Waaah!
Percival: Hold on. Just calm down a second. Are you lost?
Little Girl: Waah!
(Captain) can't bear the sight of a crying child and tries to calm the little girl who sobs between words.
Percival: ...
Little Girl: I can't... find my... papa... and mama...
The girl seems to have lost sight of her parents on the busy beach.
Percival: I've assessed the situation. We just need to find your parents, right?
Little Girl: Y-yeah.
Percival: (Captain), you stay and watch her.
Vyrn: Wait! You're gonna look all by yourself?
Percival: Of course. They'll be easy to find since they're surely searching for their kid.
Percival: I don't know what they look like, but I'm sure I can spot them.
Percival: Besides, it'll be smarter to keep her here while I search.
Percival turns to leave, but the little girl tugs on his shirt.
Percival: What is it? What's wrong now?
Little Girl: I wanna... go with you.
Gazing up at Percival, the little girl tries her best to muster up a determined face.
Percival: Fine. But if she's coming, then you're all coming along.
Lyria: Of course! We'll help you find them!
Vyrn: Yeah! You'll be back to your book in no time!
Percival: Humph, it doesn't matter. I'll just begin my surveying ahead of time.
Now, my vassals, let's go!
With some clues from the little girl, (Captain) and the crew begin searching the tourist-flooded coast.
Percival: This place is more packed than I imagined. Stay close, my vassals, and don't get lost!
Lyria: Yes sir! We won't lose you! You stand out too much!
With the little girl in tow, Percival leads the way through the crowd. Suddenly, they hear people screaming.
Percival: What is it now?
The crew hurries toward the no-swimming area of the beach to find a young man on the verge of drowning.
Percival: Tch, if we don't do something about this, I'll feel guilty later.
Percival: (Captain), find a life preserver! Vyrn and Lyria! Find a lifeguard! And don't do anything rash!
Percival dives into the water without missing a beat. In perfect form, he swims to the young man.
Young Man: Help! Help me!
Percival: Sorry, but I'll need you to be still.
Knowledgable about water rescue, Percival secures the man onto his back and begins swimming toward the shore.
Percival: Nghh.
This is getting tough.
Just then, (Captain) appears and throws a life preserver into the water.
Vyrn and Lyria return just in time with a lifeguard.
Percival: Ha. I knew I could count on my vassals.
Having survived the ordeal, the young man thanks the crew.
Young Man: Thank you so much for rescuing me.
Percival: Can't you read the signs here? They say no swimming.
Young Man: S-sorry...
Percival: Humph. Don't waste the precious life you've been given. Be more careful.
Young Man: I will! I don't know how to repay you.
Percival: That's unnecessary. Just promise to save someone else in the future.
Young Man: Yes sir! You have my word!
The young man stares in awe as Percival strides away gallantly into the sun.
Young Man: (I forgot to ask his name...)
The crew sets off again to find the missing couple when they hear a shouting match nearby.
Percival: Gimme a break. Just one after another.
(Captain), look after the girl!
Vyrn: Ah, he's always sticking his nose where it doesn't belong.
Lyria: Ha-ha! Even on vacation, there's no changing Percival.
Little Girl: Percival?
Lyria: Yep! He looks a little scary at first, but he's really a nice guy!
Little Girl: Yeah.
The crew decides to catch up to Percival. They run toward the shouting to find a ruffian and an old man arguing before a food stall.
The ruffian grabs the old man by the arm as a crowd looks on.
Percival: Wait. Tell me what's going on here.
Ruffian: Huh? Who are you?
Old Man: Oh thank goodness! Hurry and get this bully away from me!
Percival: Enough already. Just tell me what's going on.
Percival's authoritative tone compels the two men to calm down enough to speak.
Both men claim to have paid the rental fee for the stall, and that the other is a liar.
Percival: Hm, I see the problem. But I've no way of proving who's right.
Old Man: What?
Ruffian: Then don't go stickin' your nose in other people's business!
Percival: Now hold on. I do know that one of you is lying.
Percival: Tell me old man—or should I say, not-so-old man? Why are you wearing a disguise?
Old Man: What? What are you talking about?
Percival: Humph, keeping up the act, eh? But something's off about your voice.
With a smirk on his face, Percival swings his sword and sheathes it again in the blink of an eye.
Old Man: Aah!
Percival: Don't worry. I've only stripped you of your lies.
With the elderly disguise shredded, a much younger man is revealed.
Con Man: Curses!
Percival: Don't be a sore loser.
The con man tries to escape, but (Captain) grabs hold of him with ease.
Percival: Nothing gets past you, (Captain)!
Ruffian: Just who are you people anyway?
I'll go get Siero, so keep an eye on this guy, will ya?
When Sierokarte comes over, it's discovered that the con man had never requested a stall rental.
Patrolmen arrive and upon further investigation, it's revealed that the con man has been recently thieving in the area disguised as an elderly man.
A throng of people gathers around the crew, whose reputation is growing. Percival sees an opportunity.
Percival: Listen up, all of you.
Is there anyone here who's seen this little girl's parents?
Pointing to the girl, Percival canvasses the crowd of tourists.
Island Local: Hm? What little girl? Where?
The girl is too short to be seen. (Captain) suggests putting her on Percival's shoulders.
Percival: Whoa, wait just a minute, (Captain)! What if she starts bawling again?
Unafraid, the girl steps toward Percival.
Little Girl: Percival...
Percival: Fine. Up we go.
Percival sits the little girl on his shoulders, gaining the crowd's attention.
Island Local: Now that you mention it, I saw a couple over by the rocky stretch who said they were looking for a little girl.
Percival: You! Can you lead us there right now?
The crew arrives at the rocky stretch, but there's no sign of anyone.
Vyrn: Hm, looks like there's nobody here.
Lyria: Oh dear, I wonder where they went.
Percival: ...
Little Girl: Papa...
Mama...
Percival is deep in thought, but suddenly he has an idea.
Percival: Hey, are you a local?
Island Local: Ah, yes. I fish in these waters for a living.
Percival: Is there a place you can't get to by foot because of the incoming tide?
Island Local: Huh? When the tide rises... Oh, yes! There's a cave!
Percival: Then get us a boat immediately and we'll form a search party. There's not a moment to lose!
And so, under Percival's command, (Captain) and the crew begin the search for the little girl's parents.
Percival's hunch is on the mark, and they find her parents in the cave. They'd fled inside to escape the rising tide.
The mother attends the father, who's suffered a leg injury. Both are dehydrated, but their lives are not in danger.
Percival receives much praise and thanks, but he returns to the beach house in a haste.
Percival: Unbelievable. It's been such a hectic day.
Vyrn: Yeah, a lot sure happened today.
Lyria: You said it. We've worn ourselves out.
Percival: Indeed! My vassals have worked hard today. Be sure to rest yourselves.
(Captain) smiles back at Percival, and then gazes at the child on his back.
Lyria: Ha-ha! She's really warmed up to him.
Vyrn: Yep! All she did was cry at first!
The little girl sleeps soundly as she clings to Percival's back.
The crew had agreed to look after her at the beach house while her parents recover at the hospital.
Percival: (Captain), will you take her for me?
(Captain) takes the little girl from Percival and holds her.
Lyria: Percival, you're going to make a great father!
Vyrn: Yeah! You're a natural!
(Captain) and company begin teasing Percival in baby-talk.
Percival: Hey, cut it out with the jokes.
Percival: I'm going to finish reading in my room. All of you should get to sleep.
Vyrn: Sir, yes sir.
I guess we'd better go.
Lyria: (Captain), I'll take care of her for you!
Lyria takes the girl from (Captain) and into her arms.
Lyria: Good night!
Vyrn: See you tomorrow!
(Captain) says good night to the two of them and heads for the kitchen.
After making some warm tea, (Captain) carries it to Percival's room.
Percival: Captain...
(Captain) walks over to Percival.
Percival: After all...
There's no...
Percival, with book still in hand, mumbles softly in his sleep.
Sensing a blanket placed over his shoulders, Percival opens his eyes.
Percival: Hm? Oh, it's you, (Captain).
Percival: Sorry. I must've fallen asleep.
While pouring the tea, (Captain) decides to poke a little fun at Percival.
Percival: What? I was talking about you in my sleep?
(Captain) repeats a bit of Percival's mumbling to see if he remembers.
Percival: Humph. Of course I remember.
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Percival: (Captain), after all's said and done, there's no man more worthy of my covenant than you.
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Percival: (Captain), after all's said and done, there's no woman more worthy of my covenant than you.
Percival: I want you to stay by my side.
Percival: Or something like that, is what I meant.
Feeling slightly flustered by such praise from Percival, (Captain) hastily mumbles good night before hurrying out the door.
Percival: Hm, out the door before we had any tea. What was that all about?
Percival tilts his head as he puzzles over (Captain)'s sudden strange behavior.
Percival: It's been a long day today. I'd better call it a night.
And so, Percival's hectic day on the beach comes to an end.
But word spreads of his deeds, and requests for help come pouring in.
In the end, Percival and the crew's relaxing vacation has turned into a working holiday.