Scenario:Tweyen - Tweyen's Homeland
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Tweyen leads (Captain) and company to her hometown. As she describes her village, she sees it up ahead and senses something wrong. They hurry to check it out.
Tweyen leads (Captain) and company to her hometown.
She tells them she wants to introduce them to her family as friends.
Vyrn: So what's your hometown like?
Tweyen: Hee-hee. Very rural. There's not much to do besides making bows and skinning game.
Vyrn: Oh... Sounds like a real hunter's village!
Tweyen: This place sure takes me back. I remember hunting in the mountains around here.
Lyria: Were you already good at archery at that age?
Tweyen: Yeah. My eyes are partially to thank for that. I could spot any prey from the top of a mountain.
Tweyen: I used to hunt with a friend who was the same age as me. I haven't seen her in forever though.
(Captain) and company continue to follow the somewhat downcast Tweyen through the forest.
They eventually spot a small mountain village far up ahead.
Tweyen: You see that? That's where I was... born...
Lyria: Tweyen? What's the matter?
Tweyen: Something's wrong in the village.
Vyrn: Huh? What do you mean? Not all of us have super eyeballs.
Tweyen: It was never a crowded place to begin with, but it practically looks like a ghost town now.
Lyria: That can't be good...
Vyrn: We better hurry. We'll lend a hand if the people from your village need help!
Lyria: Yeah! Let's hurry, (Captain)!
Tweyen's Homeland: Scene 2
When (Captain) and company reach the village, they learn that some hunters abandoned a hunt and left Tweyen's childhood friend in the mountains. They hurry to the mountain and find the friend surrounded by monsters.
The crew reaches the village where Tweyen grew up. Concerned about how quiet the place is, they head for Tweyen's old house.
Tweyen: Grandma, are you here?
Tweyen's Grandma: Ah... You're back. Oh my, how pretty you've become... Are those your friends behind you?
Tweyen: Yeah. Sorry to cut to the chase, but what happened here?
Tweyen's Grandma: Well... More monsters have been appearing lately.
Tweyen's Grandma: Everyone's trying to hunt them down, but most of the hunters have been injured.
Tweyen: No way... They never had any trouble driving away the monsters around here before.
Tweyen's Grandma: Well, we've never seen anything quite like this...
Tweyen's Grandma: They caught us off guard, and this is the result...
Tweyen's Grandma: Anyone who can still hunt is out there, but I'm worried...
Tweyen: I see...
Villager 1: Help! They're just too strong! We got another injured one! Someone get over here!
Villager 2: Hey! Is this everyone who escaped? What about the woman who was with the group?
Tweyen: Wait... Grandma, is that who I think it is?
Tweyen's Grandma: Yes. Do you remember her? Your friend. She was out on today's hunt too...
Tweyen: So they left her out there alone?
Vyrn: What the? Hey, wait!
Tweyen's Friend: (Damn! They found me!)
Tweyen's Friend: Huh? Who shot those arrows?
Tweyen: Is that all of them? Nope! Straggler sighted! Eat this!
Vyrn: Yikes! Warn us before you fire that thing!
Tweyen: There she is... My friend. She's surrounded by monsters.
Lyria: Oh my gosh! Let's go help her!
Tweyen: Sorry for bringing you into this, but I can't abandon her.
Tweyen: I doubt we'll ever really have a chance to hang out again, but still...
Vyrn: Now's not the time! Move! C'mon, (Captain)!
Tweyen's Homeland: Scene 3
The crew rescues Tweyen's friend, but the two of them seem reluctant to talk to each other. Lyria asks some questions to get them talking, and they realize there was a misunderstanding. Tweyen and her friend decide to hunt some monsters just like in the good old days.
The crew rushes over to Tweyen's friend.
She says a word of thanks and then goes quiet. Tweyen and her friend don't seem to be in the mood for a heartfelt reunion.
Tweyen's Friend: ...
Vyrn: This is a little awkward...
Lyria: Um... You two are childhood friends, right?
Tweyen's Friend: We used to play together a lot.
Lyria: Oh... Um... So what did you do together?
Tweyen: Mostly hunting and playing in the river. There wasn't much else to do here.
Tweyen's Friend: ...
Tweyen: I used to be friends with the people who got injured too. Used to be.
Tweyen's Friend: ...
Vyrn: So why's it so awkward now?
Tweyen: Who knows. Maybe people who leave the village become outsiders.
Tweyen's Friend: What?
Tweyen: Huh? What?
Tweyen's Friend: I thought you didn't want to be friends anymore.
Tweyen: Wait a second... What do you mean?
Tweyen's Friend: Well... You left this place and became one of the city folk.
Tweyen's Friend: I didn't think you'd want anything to do with a country person like me.
Tweyen: That's ridiculous!
Tweyen's Friend: But that's the impression I got from you.
Hmm... Now that you mention it...
Hmm... Now that you mention it...
Tweyen: I might have been a little too excited when I first left for the city.
Tweyen's Friend: I see...
Tweyen's Friend: So how is life in the city?
Tweyen: Well... I sort of stick out like a sore thumb. These eyes see too much I guess.
Tweyen's Friend: They sure help with hunting though. You were always so good at finding prey.
Tweyen: Yeah. I used to seek it out from the tops of the mountains...
Tweyen's Friend: Sure brings back memories.
Tweyen's Friend: Hey... Can you help me hunt down the monsters that migrated here?
Tweyen's Friend: It'll be just like when we were young.
Tweyen: Sure, let's do it! Those monsters can't outrun our arrows! We'll take them down in no time.
Tweyen's Friend: Then I'll have to repay you somehow. Why don't you come to my house for dinner? It's been too long.
Tweyen: Hee-hee. It really has! All right, let's do this then! Time to go!
Tweyen's Homeland: Scene 4
Tweyen's friend invites the crew to dinner after a successful hunt. With all of her misunderstandings with the villagers cleared up, Tweyen resumes her journey with the crew. She makes a habit of sending letters to her hometown and always looks forward to the replies.
After defeating the monsters that drifted into the region, Tweyen and company enjoy a meal at her friend's house.
When the other hunters hear about Tweyen's return, they show up as well, turning the small gathering into quite a victory celebration.
Villager 1: Ha-ha! Wow! She hasn't changed a bit!
Tweyen's Friend: Right? And here I thought she came back all sophisticated!
Villager 2: Yeah! She's even wearing makeup! I thought she'd be more snobbish or something!
Tweyen: Hee-hee... Quite a party, huh?
Tweyen's Friend: This is the first one in a while. Everyone was feeling down because of the monster attacks.
Tweyen's Friend: You guys couldn't have come at a better time. Sorry for being so cold before.
Tweyen: It's fine. I'm the one who should apologize.
Tweyen's Friend: Wait... I have one thing to ask of you...
The party lasts until morning. The sun is high in the sky by the time everyone goes to sleep, and no one wakes up until evening.
(Captain) and company stay for one more night and then depart the next morning. They talk on their way back to the airship.
Lyria: You look happy, Tweyen!
Tweyen: Heh-heh... It was fun hanging out with my friends again. Just like old times.
Vyrn: A few injuries sure didn't stop those hunters from partying!
Lyria: They must have been happy to be friends with you again!
Tweyen: You think so?
Vyrn: Yeah. Everyone wanted to talk to you, Tweyen!
Tweyen: I feel silly now. I guess I was worrying over nothing.
Tweyen: There was no real reason to think I didn't belong here anymore.
Vyrn: Well, I'm just glad we got that straightened out!
Tweyen: Hee-hee... Me too. Oh! I need to ask Sierokarte for some letter paper.
Vyrn: Huh? You planning to start writing letters?
Tweyen: Heh-heh... My friend wants me to write once in a while.
Tweyen: She's curious to know what I get up to outside the village.
Tweyen: And as long as I'm with you guys, I'll always have something to write about... I'm so glad I joined you on your journey.
Tweyen has since sent many letters to her village, and her eyes sparkle every time she receives a reply.
The lonesome archer has one less thing to worry about, and it's all thanks to her adventures with (Captain) and company.