Scenario:Teru Tendo - Singing for Sun!

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Singing for Sun!

Lyria and Vyrn are feeling despondent about the endless rain. Seeing their glum faces, Teru decides to make a Sunshine doll. But the tissue paper and rubber bands he needs to make the doll don't exist in the Sky World. Lyria is sure that Sierokarte will have something that they can use, and suggests they visit the Knickknack Shack in the next town.



In the middle of a shoot, Teru and the others had to suspend filming because of ongoing rain…
Or at least, that's what the members of the pop group DRAMATIC STARS had thought.
However, this was not a film set. The pop stars realized that somehow, they had crossed into the boundless Sky World.
And with that came the realization that they could no longer return to their world. Teru's feelings about this were complicated.
Lyria: (Sigh…) Oh Vyrn, another day of rain. I'm sooo bored.
Vyrn: Yeah… All this rain is making me depressed.
While he watched the smiles completely vanish from Lyria and Vyrn's faces, Teru was thinking?
Teru: (What can I do when things are as glum as this…)
Teru: (Wait, everyone being depressed like this is an opportunity for me to liven things up!)
As Teru fretted about what to do, an idea began to form in his mind…
Teru: Hey everyone, cheer up! Whenever it's raining like this, I find there's usually something I can do.
Lyria: Huh? Something to do in the rain?
Teru: Shall I tell you? It's a pop idol's mission to put a smile on everyone's face.
Vyrn: No, not even you can do anything about the rain.
Teru: Never mind about that. Look, bring me a tissue.
Lyria: Huh? What's a "tissue"?
Teru: (Of course. They don't have that kind of thing here. How am I going to make my Sunshine doll?)
Teru: Wait, does that mean you don't have marker pens or rubber bands either?
Vyrn: Yeah… I've not even heard of those.
Teru: OK, change of plan…
Well, I guess I could just use some cloth and a piece of string…
Lyria: Hey, why don't we go ask Siero… I'm sure she'll have some in stock at the Knickknack Shack.
Vyrn: Good idea! I heard that Sierokarte is staying at a tavern in the next town just now.
Teru: (Sierokarte's Knickknack Shack… well, it seems they might have what I need. I guess we'll have to drop by.)
Teru: Well, that's settled, let's get moving. Don't worry about money, I'm paying! Everyone, follow me!
Teru hurriedly finished his preparations and was just about to set off with Lyria and Vyrn when?
Teru: Are you sure about this? Is this really the way?
Vyrn: Relax Teru! Don't you trust my directions?
Monster: GRAAAAAARGH!
Teru: Yup, this is a relaxing trip all right!
There's nothing else for it, attack!

Singing for Sun!: Scene 2

Teru and the others arrive at Sierokarte's. Teru quickly picks out the things he needs to make the Sunshine doll, but when he tries to pay, he realizes that his cash is not legal tender in this world. In a bind, Teru tries to charm Sierokarte with his usual deluge of bad puns, but Siero parries with bad puns of her own. Undaunted, Teru's shoots back, and before they realize it, the two are locked in a bad pun battle.



Teru and the others went to the next town to visit Sierokarte…
Sierokarte: Roll up roll up! You name it, we've got it, right here at the Knickknack Shack.
Teru: You must be Sierokarte! To meet a Harvin in the flesh, it really gives me that "Fantasy" feeling, you know?
Sierokarte: Ooookay…
And what can I help you with today?
Teru: Oh right, of course.
First of all, that cloth and then… this ball of yarn, and that pen as well please.
Sierokarte: Right. Altogether that comes to 500 rupies.
Teru: Ok, 500, right?
Sierokarte: Thank you once again for your kind custom.
But as Sierokarte took the money, the smile on her face turned to a grimace.
Sierokarte: Huh?
Wait a minute please kind sir!
Teru: Yeah, what's up?
Sierokarte: Errrr… which kingdom's money is this?
Teru: Which kingdom?
Sierokarte: Look, it has these strange letters engraved in it, it's not a currency I've ever seen before.
Teru: Yikes, now I'm done for! You mean I can't use my money in this world?
Teru: Of course, I need those currencies like they have in that video game. I can't use my money here! That sucks so bad…
Sierokarte: Pardon? Money sucks so bad?
Teru: I'm in a pinch… time to turn on the charm and break out some bad puns?
Sierokarte: Hehehehe… Are you proposing a battle of wits, sir?
Teru: So you also appreciate the art of word-play! My jokes are wasted on Kaoru and Tsubasa. Have I met my match?
Sierokarte: Let's see…
You asked for a ball of yarn, but methinks you want to spin me a yarn!
Teru: Oh, that's how you want to play…
See this delicious loaf of bread? I doubt you have the dough to pay for it!
Sierokarte: Ouch! Get to the point, are you buying this sword or not?
Teru: It's not over yet!
Observe this cloak. Would it not look good on my mantel?
Sierokarte: Mmmm… That mantle comes with this metal hatchet. But at this price, it's a steal!
Teru: …It seems you have some axe to grind with me.
Sierokarte: Enough already, I give in! Have mercy on me!
Teru: Haha, you're really something, Siero. I'll remember our pun contest for some time to come.
Sierokarte: It was a great contest. It's been a while since I laughed this hard.
Sierokarte: Well, if you will accept them, I'd like to give you those things you were asking for earlier on the house.
And on saying that, Sierokarte handed all the things on Teru's shopping list over to Lyria for free.
Lyria: Are you sure about this? I feel bad.
Teru: It's at Sierokarte's discretion isn't it? Refusing her generosity would be uncouth. We should accept her gifts.
As Teru was leaving, he surreptitiously whispered in Siero's ear, so that the others wouldn't hear…
Teru: (Thank you! Cutting the price specially for me like that.)
Sierokarte: Well, your companions are such loyal customers.
Gathering up the goods in his arms, Teru dashed straight through the rain-lashed forest and back to their room at the inn.
There, Teru patiently and politely showed Lyria and Vyrn how to make a Sunshine doll.
Teru: And… we're done!
Lyria: So… what is this exactly?
Teru: It’s a Sunshine doll! In my country these guys stop it raining for us!
Vyrn: Huh… and do they really stop the rain?
Teru: Well, why don't we test it out? Let's hang it from the eaves of the inn.
Teru, Lyria, and Vyrn hung up the Sunshine doll outside their window.
As Lyria and Vyrn watched the doll swing to and fro from the eaves, broad smiles spread across their faces.
Just then however?
Monster: GROOOOOOARGH!
Teru: Wh- what are those things! Where did they come from, so suddenly?
Vyrn: What the… Siero has dropped us in it this time. Look again at this yarn, it's actually a strand of monster hair!
Teru: So that's what called the monsters here. But don't sweat this one, I'll make short work of these guys!

Singing for Sun!: Scene 3

Using the materials genrously granted to them by Sierokarte, Teru finishes making the Sunshine doll. Sadly, however, the doll has no effect, and the following morning it is still raining. Teru, feeling despondent, turns to Lyria and Vyrn. On seeing their smiling faces, Teru understands that it is their smiles that are the true sunshine.



The following morning, the rain still had not stopped. In the end the Sunshine doll had not made any difference.
Teru: Sorry 'bout this guys… it didn't do what I promised it would.
Lyria: Hey, don't worry about that.
Teru: What do you…
Teru's words broke off suddenly.
Looking at Lyria and Vyrn, and the smiles on their faces, Teru suddenly understood.
Teru: Of course, that's it… the sky may not have brightened up, but your faces have.
Teru: That's the real sunshine amulet. It's me, I'm the real sunshine doll!
Teru: The smiles on your faces are the sunshine I brought!
Vyrn: Hahaha! I don't understand what you're saying, but you're a funny guy, Teru.
Lyria: Yup, you're a funny one!
Thus, as was so often the case, Teru Tendo was surrounded by a chorus of laughter.
Wherever there is anyone looking glum, he will do all he can to turn that frown upside down.
Because that's how Teru Tendo rolls.