Scenario:Yodarha - The Fisherman's Tales

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The Fisherman's Tales

While evading imperial troops, (Captain) and company encounter an elderly man who invites them to fish with him. After getting familiar with the perceptive man, he invites himself into the crew.

While making their way through the mountains, (Captain) and the crew run afoul of some imperial soldiers and are forced to flee.
They run blindly and are soon lost. Luckily they spot a river where they can drink and rest.
Vyrn: It looks like we've lost them for now...
Katalina: Indeed. But we ran a lot further than I thought.
Vyrn: Ugh... Trying to go all the way back to town from here would be a pain.
Lyria: B-but at least it's a good thing that we weren't caught, right?
???: Oh? Ahoy there!
Lyria: Ahh! A-are you with the empire?
Yodarha: A-hyuk-hyuk! Nope, just an old fisherman.
Lyria: Whew... You really scared me.
Yodarha: You folks seem to be in a bit of a spot... Are you lost by any chance?
Katalina: Um... As a matter of fact, if you could tell us how to get back to town, we'd be really grateful...
Yodarha: Hyuk-hyuk! And why are you in such a hurry?
Yodarha: How about taking a few minutes to join an old man for some fishing?
  1. Sounds good! Let's do it!
  2. We've got no time for that!

Choose: Sounds good! Let's do it!

Yodarha: A-hyuk-hyuk! That's the spirit! Here, I'll even let you use one of my best rods.
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Vyrn: Wait a second, (Captain)! This ain't the time for fishing!
Katalina: Honestly... You've got real nerves of steel, you know that?

Choose: We've got no time for that!

Yodarha: Hyuk-hyuk-hyuk... Just relax and trust me.
Yodarha: That's right, take a seat and let your cares float away with the water.
Lyria: We're sorry... but there are actually some people after us, and—
Yodarha: Haste will only dull your swords, don't you think?
Yodarha: A-hyuk-hyuk... But I don't know much about swords. Still, they can't be too different from fishin' rods, can they? Now sit. Consider it training if you must.

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Yodarha: Now there's nothing to worry 'bout, see? We're in the middle of nowhere—you won't run into another soul all the way out here.
Yodarha: You'd much more likely to be caught making a ruckus moving around, right?
Katalina: I suppose you may have a point...
Yodarha: Now don't be shy. I've got rods for all of you. Come on! Give it a try!
And with that, (Captain) and company find themselves doing some fishing.
Lyria: Um... I don't think I'm any good at this...
Katalina: But... Should we really be doing this at a time like this?
Yodarha: A-hyuk-hyuk! Quit yer fussing and pay attention. I'll show you the way!
Yodarha: It's simple! Just find some fish and cast your hook right to 'em! Like this!
With a twinkle in his eye, the fisherman casts out his line—before long, he catches a bite.
Yodarha: There! Just like that!
Lyria: Wow! That was amazing, sir!
Vyrn: Whoa, watch it! That's a monster!
Katalina: Lyria, stay back! Let me handle this.
Yodarha: A-hyuk-hyuk! Not a chance! How 'bout I reel it in instead? Look, here it comes!
Lyria: Ah! The fish flew away!
Imperial Soldier 1: Huh? Hey, there they are!
Imperial Soldier 2: Heh! They're just sitting there fishing without a care in the world! I'll bring reinforcements, so just stay here and keep an eye on—
Imperial Soldier 1&2: Gyuh?
Yodarha: Forget about it for now! We can go pick it up later. Now then... Next!
The crew enjoys some leisurely fishing. The elder can't help but laugh as Katalina rushes to draw her sword each time a monster is hooked.
And just as he promised, the imperial soldiers never showed up.
Lyria: Hehe... We sure caught a lot of fish!
Yodarha: Hyuk-hyuk-hyuk! Just this much here is a cinch for me!
Yodarha: But you, lass—you weren't enjoying yourself so much, were you?
Katalina: Huh? Me? But why do you say that?
Yodarha: The aim of both your rod and sword was a little off! How can you strike your targets like that?
Katalina: ...!
I can't believe you were able to see the flaws in my swordsmanship so easily...
Yodarha: A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk! Swords and rods are wielded the same way, am I right?
Yodarha: You've got skill, lass—both with fishing and I suspect with a sword as well. But there's something holding you back.
Yodarha: What troubles you? Are you running from something? Or maybe you're worried about someone you've left behind...
Katalina: What? I... well... But how could you know that?
Yodarha: Easy enough! Your doubt shows through both your rod and your sword! It's a real waste given your potential!
Yodarha: Anyway, moving on. Did I hear just now that you folks were traveling to the Island of the Astrals?
Vyrn: Hmm? Why're you bringing that up all of a sudden?
Yodarha: You see, I wish to leave this island. Would you let me ride with you as you travel to the Island of the Astrals?
Yodarha: In return... Hmm, let's see. How 'bout I teach the armored lass how to fish?
Katalina: Huh? Me?
Yodarha: Of course! You've got real potential, lass. With my teachings, you could become a master! It would be a shame to let your talent go to waste.
Yodarha: It's such a thrill to finally meet a worthy pupil! Here, take this shrimp lure! You can use it to practice fishing!
Katalina: But...
Yodarha: No buts about it, young lady. There are more than a few people who would love to study under me!
Yodarha: Now let's go find your airship! I'm sure the imperial soldiers are long gone by now!
Vyrn: You know, I'm thinking this one would come with us even if we say no...
The crew reluctantly allows the elderly man to join them. After leaving, they discover that the imperial solders had been defeated.
Katalina: No way... W-what happened here?
Yodarha: Hyuk-hyuk-hyuk! Perhaps a bored martial artist was tidying up the area!
Thus, Yodarha the fisherman joins (Captain) and the crew on their journey.
Perplexed on how he was able to see through her sword technique, Katalina mumbles to herself that there's more to this old man than meets the eye.