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Official Profile

Age Unknown Height 153 cm Race Unknown
Hobbies Playing on piano
Likes Beautiful things
Dislikes Insincere people, decorations and furniture of poor taste
Character Release
Source [1]
* This is an unofficial, amateur translation.

Age 不明 Height 153cm Race 不明
Hobbies ピアノ演奏
Likes 美しいもの
Dislikes 不真面目な奴、趣味が悪い装飾品や家具
Character Release
Source [1]



Vania is his older sister.



Special Cutscenes

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Happy Birthday Cutscenes
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Happy birthday.
I'm throwing a party for you, (Captain).
As for what kind of party it is, well, that's a secret. I want to see the look of surprise on your face.
Hehehe... Today's going to be the best day of your life, (Captain).


Happy birthday, (Captain).
Celebrating someone's birthday is something totally new to me.
Vampires don't celebrate birthdays. That concept just doesn't exist.
Yet somehow Feldrac always remembered mine and Vania's birthdays.
I'm always so happy when someone I trust celebrates my birthday.
So, (Captain), are you happy I'm celebrating your birthday?
I would be... honored if you were.


Happy birthday, (Captain).
I'm slowly getting used to celebrating people's birthdays.
Everyone who comes together for these events walks away with spirits uplifted.
I think it's a wonderful custom. I'd like for all my fellow vampires to know about it.
I thank you for educating me on this fine tradition, (Captain).
May there be many more birthdays to come. Hehe...


Happy birthday, (Captain).
The crew has been preparing for today's celebrations near on a week. It's certain to be a lively affair.
It's always been like this. Each year, the crew awaits your birthday with more anticipation than you do yourself. I used to find it odd...
But now, I finally understand. The crew trusts you. You are of the utmost importance to its members, and so they want to celebrate you.
And yet... Something doesn't sit right with me.
I know that you belong to your crew, (Captain). But, at least on important occasions, such as today... Can I not have you all to myself?
Still, I will suppress these feelings, for I know how much everyone adores you.
But once the general merrymaking is over, won't you celebrate again with me?
Let's have a party, for just the two of us. Hehe...


Happy birthday, (Captain).
A present for you. Spectacular roses, don't you think?
I've heard that the aroma of roses can help one relax.
I hope these roses can bring you peace of mind, if only for a short while.
Speaking of which, are you aware that a bouquet of roses can also mean something else?
Hm? What do these roses mean, you ask?
Oh, the suspense. As for the answer to your question... I'm afraid I won't be giving it to you just yet.
When the time comes, I shall send the twelfth rose to complete this scarlet bouquet.
The final rose will be in white... A color most fitting for you, (Captain).

Happy New Year Cutscenes
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Happy New Year.
If I can make peace with mortals this year, I'm going to need proof for my bretheren.
Do you mind being my proof, (Captain)?
I'm counting on you.


Happy New Year.
Now that I think about it... Celebrating a year for being new is strange.
Vampires don't have a tradition like that. We're just not interested.
I was no different until I came to this world.
But now I see it. This day is about celebrating the special people you were able to spend another year with.
I wish... vampires would understand the importance of this day...
Maybe then vampires could begin changing.


Happy New Year, (Captain).
Whew... The first sunrise of the year, huh?
Most people look upon it with such gratitude, but I find it to be a bit much.
Vampires don't take to light too well. Makes us feel weaker.
Vania doesn't mind though. She's the opposite—bathe her in sunlight, and she starts jumping for joy.
Though I couldn't tell you if it's because Vania's magic is simply that powerful... Or if she's just weird like that...
Ah, I feel a headache coming on... Sorry for having you go through this each year, (Captain), but...
Can you lend me your shoulder for a bit?


Seems that dawn is upon us. Happy New Year, (Captain).
I wish vampires too could understand the significance of this day... I once expressed such a desire to you, remember?
Well, as of late, more and more vampires have begun celebrating the coming of the new year.
Needless to say, many of our kin are yet skeptical of new traditions.
However, I feel as if skydwellers and vampires are slowly drawing closer. Perhaps, there truly will come a day where we can coexist, side by side.
I owe it all to you, (Captain). Had we not met, then such a future—a future of harmony—might have remained forever out of reach.
Please, continue to lend me your assistance. You're the only one I can trust, (Captain)... Hehe.


(Captain). This is quite sudden, but how would you like to come to Medvecia with me?
This year, we've decided to adopt the customs of mortals and hold a feast in Medvecia to celebrate the new year.
I was told by Feldrac to extend an invitation to you as well. Will you come?
You will? I'm glad to hear that. Everyone will be happy to see you.
It's a strange feeling... Just a while ago, I never would have imagined us taking an interest in and adopting mortal customs.
It seems you've shown a new way of life to us vampires as well.
Neither Vania nor I would have been able to do this. And for that I'm grateful, (Captain).
Ah, we should get going. Vania will be in a bad mood if we keep her waiting for too long.
(Captain). I'm looking forward to our time together—this year, next year, and in the many years to come.

Valentine's Day Cutscenes
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Happy Valentine's Day.
Thank you, (Captain).
I knew you wouldn't let me down. Hehe, and that's because I'm special to you, aren't I, (Captain)?
What is this feeling? It's not a bad feeling at all. In fact, I quite like it. I'll be sure to return the favor.


Thank you, (Captain). I accept this gift.
Hehehe... I don't think I would mind if you were of my blood...
I am not one to break with tradition, but if you should ever desire as such...
It doesn't hurt... much. There is no need to fear. It just stings ever so slightly.
This is all hypothetical... unless you want it to be a reality.
I am ready whenever you are. Just say the word.


Happy Valentine's, (Captain).
Ah, a gift for me this year as well? Haha, you just put a smile on my face.
But... are you sure? Because I might not be able to hold back my urges anymore.
If I were to put my mouth to your neck and take a bite... You'd be mine.
Heheh, too late for any regrets, (Captain)...
You're the one who put me in the mood after all.
Lean into me, (Captain). Don't worry, I'll be gentle.
Just kidding. I have no intention of breaking the tradition just yet.
But in due time perhaps... Hehe...


Happy Valentine's.
Hehehe. Please, let down your guard. I promise not to turn you into kin.
That expression... Do you wear it on purpose, or do you not realize...
That should you continue to act in that manner, I will no longer be able to restrain myself.
It pains me to leave you anticipating. However, now is not the time.
I'll wait until the day that you want me so much, you offer me as a gift not chocolates, but your own neck...
Only then will I happily sink my fangs in. Hehehe.


You have chocolate for me again this year? Thank you, (Captain).
Mm, this chocolate gives off an exceptionally delicious smell.
Something mixed in with the chocolate... A sweet and alluring fragrance.
(Captain). You didn't happen to hurt yourself, did you?
You really think I wouldn't be able to recognize the smell of your blood?
Let me see... Good, the cut doesn't seem to be too deep.
Sigh... Be more careful next time, all right? If you keep being that vulnerable, I won't be able to hold back.
I just might find myself sinking my fangs into you without warning... and you wouldn't want that now, would you?
Unless you do. Then I shall gladly oblige... Hehe.

White Day Cutscenes
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Happy White Day.
I'd like to invite you to a dinner party, (Captain).
After all, isn't it boring to only get chocolate all the time?
Why don't you unwind today and have some fun? Hehehe.


Take this. It is an expression of my feelings towards you.
If it pleases you, would you like to come with me to Medvecia?
I would like to play a sweet song on the piano in the castle.
Then perhaps...we could all have a dance party.
I'm sure Feldrac and Vania would be pleased.
Or would you rather have a private affair?
I jest. Having you all to myself wouldn't be fair. Haha!


Happy White Day, (Captain).
Here's little something from me. And...
This here's from Feldrac.
For taking care of me and Vania.
Though I get the feeling she's the one who needs to be taken care of...
But whatever. Why don't we enjoy the chocolates from Feldrac together?
Hehe, you're gonna be in for a surprise. Feldrac's treats can be really addictive.


Ah, (Captain). You've arrived at just the right time.
These are for you. Come now, eat.
I hope they're to your liking.
Yes, I know. That face of yours speaks volumes. Seems that they don't taste bad at all.
In truth, Feldrac suggested that I try my hand at sweets-making.
So I spent some time practicing with Vania.
I put quite a lot of feeling into these. Can you tell?
Hehe. Just what I was hoping to hear. I'd be happy to make more—when I'm so inclined.
Let's have tea with Vania one of these days. The drink shall of course be accompanied by sweets made with Feldrac's recipes.


Happy White Day, (Captain).
I'm glad you seem to be enjoying the White Day feast tonight.
After discussing with Vania, we decided to give you something back together with the other vampires.
Not only for Valentine's—everyone's been wanting a chance to express their appreciation for you.
Ah, the music's changed.
Well then, as this is quite the rare opportunity—may I ask you for a dance?
Hehe. No need to be so nervous. Just surrender yourself to me and all will be well.
Now, if you'll take my hand, (Captain).

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Trick or Treat Cutscenes
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Happy Halloween.
Prepare yourself, (Captain), because today's going to be filled with frightful delights.
Hehe. And then we can go for some sweet delights after that.
If you make it out alive, that is. Mwahaha!


(Captain)... are you trying to pull one over on me?
You make the same face as Vania when you're plotting something bad...
Hehe... Maybe I wouldn't mind if you played a trick on me though.
I don't have any candy anyways, so do your worst.
Just don't do anything crazy like Vania would. I'm trusting you, (Captain)...


Aah! Talk about good timing!
I need your help finding a place to hide! Vania's after me!
She's saying costumes are mandatory and is trying to force me into one of her dresses!
There was a time when I let her do as she pleased...
But then one day Feldrac saw me in the getup, and...
I can feel the blood leaving my body just thinking about it!
Please, (Captain)! Keep me safe, even if just for a bit!


Ah, (Captain). Trick or treat.
Hehe. Whatever is the matter? Your jaw's dropped clean off your face.
Did you think I would not importune you for sweets?
You've run out, you say? I know. Earlier, I watched as you gave away the last of your stash.
I ask again knowing you haven't anything to offer. Trick? Or treat? For you, there's only one answer.
I do hope you'll enjoy the trick I've prepared.
Now, there's no need to tremble so. I'll only want to tease you more.
Surprised? But don't fret—I didn't actually bite.
Still, it's not often that you lose your composure.
That face is treat enough. This little prank was certainly worth the trouble.


Happy Halloween, (Captain).
Haha. It appears you were no match for Vania.
I was watching the entire time, of course. I saw just how well you acted as Vania's dress-up doll.
Oh, did you want me to come save you from your misery earlier?
Heh... I wouldn't cross the line when it comes to Vania and her playthings.
Now, let's get away before she comes back with another outfit for you.
I don't deny that it would be most entertaining to see you in yet another elaborate outfit...
But it wouldn't be fair for Vania to have you all to herself, now would it?
Haha, I'm afraid you won't be getting away so easily today. It's my turn next, (Captain).

Happy Holidays Cutscenes
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Happy holidays.
Today's a festive day, isn't it, (Captain)?
Vampires don't celebrate this day in any special way.
I must say, mortals love to give gifts, don't they? Hehe.
I'm not complaining, though. Let's have fun today, (Captain).


I hear we're having a party with the whole crew today.
I also hear mortals eat a great many things on this night.
For example, some eat chicken, or cake, or stew, and even pie.
Now that I think about it, humans have quite an evolved food culture...
Hehe... Today will probably be interesting. But...
I'm sad that not a drop of your blood will be on the menu.
Hehehe... I'm kidding. I wouldn't force you to give me your blood.
If you asked me to take some of your blood... That's a different story.


Season's greetings, (Captain).
I heard some weirdo called Santa will be handing out presents to children today.
Though I don't know why anyone would go that far for total strangers...
I don't need a gift though. Because I have you, (Captain).
Hehe. So what goodies do you have in store for me?
I have my hopes high.


(Captain)? Well, well. What are you doing at this late hour? And in such attire...
Oh, distributing presents, are you? I see... That does explain why you're dressed as Santa Claus.
And is that why you've come here? To give me a gift?
However, I wish only for one thing. You do know what it is, don't you?
You haven't an idea?
Hehehe, oh really. Then, allow me to enlighten you.
What I dearly want... is right here in front of me.
Wait right there. I shan't let you get away. Now, I do hope you've prepared yourself... (Captain).


Happy holidays, (Captain). Taking a break?
Yes, I as well. The heat of the winter feast is rather overwhelming, so I came out to take in some fresh air.
You know... Every year around this time, I'm reminded yet again of just how much the members of our crew adore you.
Really, it's no fun at all. While I realize you're everyone's captain, your claws have long been lodged deep into my heart.
Seeing your smile, hearing your words...
And feeling the touch of your skin like this... Only I should be able to do these things.
I know it's an impossible dream, and yet... I find myself wishing it were so. Why is that, I wonder?
Heh... What's the matter? You're getting quite red.
Not so fast. After seeing that look on your face, I'm afraid I can't let anyone else have you tonight.
Don't worry. I shall take full responsibility and ensure that you have a good time...
A profoundly delicious time, worthy of this holy night... Hehe.

Fate Episodes

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Noble Blood

The crew heads out to deal with some thieves, only to find that Veight has beaten them to it. He follows the crew in search of an answer to a question: can vampires coexist with others?

In the past, the crew met a troubled vampire princess named Vania.
By working alongside Vania and her brother, Veight, the crew was able to save Feldrac's vampire clan from a disastrous fate.
Since that incident, the crew has heard about a band of thieves targeting unsuspecting travelers.
One day, the crew hears about a band of thieves that only preys on weak travelers.
The crew decides to sneak into the thieves' hideout to stop them before they can cause further harm.
When they arrive, however...
Thief 1: Groan...
Rackam: What the heck happened here?
A thief moans in pain on the hideout floor, having been overpowered by an unknown assailant.
The crew isn't sure what to make of this. Suddenly, a man rushes in from the back room.
Thief 2: Move! There's a demon in there, and it's coming for me!
Thief 2: Agh...
???: Please. A wretch like you has no right to call me that.
Lyria: Veight? Is that you?
Veight: Oh? It's you guys. Huh, now isn't this a coincidence.
Rackam: Did you do this? No, wait. Why are you here? And what's happening on Medvecia?
Veight: Annoying, as always. Now take a deep breath, and ask me one question at a time.
Rackam: Bah! And you're as unpleasant as ever. I guess it really is you.
Veight: Humph. Anyway, don't you think we should take care of these thieves first?
Vyrn: Yeah, let's take out the trash!
They apprehend the remaining thieves and hand them over to the Crew of Enforcers.
Afterward, the crew leads Veight back to the Grandcypher.
Veight: How nostalgic. It's good to see this old ship is still in one piece.
Rackam: Hah, you're darn right it is! Our pride and joy won't break that easily!
Rackam: So let me ask you again: why are you here?
Veight: Ah, that's right. I suppose I trust you, (Captain), and the others enough to provide an explanation.
Veight: I left Medvecia to answer a certain question: can mortals and vampires become good friends?
Rackam: Good friends?
Veight: Coexistence and cooperation, among other things. That's what I mean.
Veight: We vampires are trying to change. And it's all thanks to you and your friends, (Captain).
Veight: Some of us are now beginning to view coexistence with mortals as a possibility.
Vyrn: Wow. You stuffy old vampires are willing to change your ways, huh?
Veight: We aren't completely trusting of mortals just yet. Many among us still consider them objects of derision.
Veight: And then there are those who say we have nothing to gain from cooperating with your lowly kind.
Vyrn: I guess change doesn't come easily.
Rackam: Well, that makes sense. We've been isolated from each other for a long time, after all.
Veight: Hm, yes... However, Feldrac wishes to make contact and coexist with the outside world.
Veight: If we can find harmony, we'll finally be free from the shackles of our own destruction.
Veight: I also share his convictions.
Rackam: I see. That won't be easy. You make it sound like the others are skeptical of your way of thinking.
Veight: Yes. They harbor their doubts, their suspicions. But maybe I can show them that friendship isn't out of reach.
Rackam: Then support for coexistence would increase.
Vyrn: I get it. And that's why you're out here traveling.
Veight: Exactly. You're pretty smart, for a reptile.
Vyrn: Hey! I ain't no reptile!
Veight: I've observed a number of mortals in my time off the island, and—
Vyrn: Hey! Don't you ignore me!
Veight: I've seen nothing but scoundrels. Too many people have corrupted hearts.
Rackam: You talking about the thieves from before? The way you're talking, it sounds like they're far from the first group of criminals you've run into.
Veight: You could say that.
Veight: There's certainly no way I can use these experiences to disprove the suspicions of my people.
Rackam: Look, Veight. I'm not gonna lie; there are bad people in this world. But you can't lump everyone in with thieves and crooks.
Veight: Yes, I know. (Captain)'s a prime example of that.
Veight: Sigh. If only all mortals were like (Captain), I wouldn't need to go to all this trouble...
Veight: Well, I guess I'll be on my way. My investigation is far from over.
  1. Leaving already?
  2. We'll help.

Choose: Leaving already?
Veight: What's that, (Captain)? Could it be that you want me to remain with your crew?
Veight: Hehe. Well, if you insist. I don't mind staying here for the time being.

Choose: We'll help.
Veight: Sheesh, you really are kind to a fault, (Captain).
Veight: I'm not complaining, though. Heh, if you want to help so badly, then I gladly accept.
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Veight looks pleased and beams at (Captain).
Vyrn: We never insisted on anything. In fact, it almost sounds like you were hoping to come with us all along.
Veight: ...
Lyria: Veight?
Rackam: Bullseye, am I right?
Veight: Y-you've got it wrong! All wrong! (Captain) was so adamant that I simply had no choice!
Vyrn: Nah, (Captain) didn't mean it like that. Right, (Captain)?
Veight: Quiet, you reptile!
Vyrn: You want a piece of me?
Lyria: Now, now, let's not get carried away, Vyrn. We're happy to have you, Veight!
Veight: Well, just don't get in my way. Again, I'm just following you because it's the best option. That's all.
Veight: That said, I also believe (Captain), ah, truly deserves to be at my side.
Veight: A-anyway, thanks for taking me in, (Captain).
Veight, blushing slightly, extends his hand toward (Captain), who responds with a handshake.
The future of vampire-mortal relations rides on the outcome of Veight's journey with the crew.

Friend or Foe

While out shopping with the crew, Veight is spotted by soldiers. One of them manages to wound Veight, but he simply keeps running.

Soldier 1: Wait, you demon!
Veight: Tch!
Veight sprints through a grassy field, trying his best to elude a number of soldiers in pursuit.
The soldiers occasionally get an attack off on Veight, but he doesn't retaliate.
Soldier 2: He's a quick one! Fix your aim, you idiots!
Veight: Ugh! These guys are relentless!
Aggravated by the situation, Veight thinks back to what caused it in the first place.
Veight and the crew stop by a small country to do some shopping.
Rackam: I'm surprised you decided to come with us, Veight.
Veight: It's easier for me to observe the lives of city folk while I'm with you. It has nothing to do with wanting to follow you or anything.
Veight: And look at all the things you've bought. The more people you have to carry them back to the ship, the better.
Rackam: Wow, that's awfully kind of you!
Veight: Humph. It's no big deal.
Vyrn: Really? I think you're actually worried about us.
Veight: No, I just told you! It's no big deal!
Lyria: (That's a lie.)
Rackam: (He sucks at lying.)
Veight: What? Why are you all looking at me like that?
Veight: I've had enough! I'll be waiting outside!
Vyrn: Hey, come on, you don't have to sulk about it.
Veight: I'm not sulking!
Rackam: Hahaha. He's a handful, all right, but at least he's easy to figure out.
Veight: Argh! What's with those people?
Veight: I said it was no big deal, and I meant it!
Outside the shop and out in the open, Veight feels the burning gazes of suspicion on his skin.
Soldier 1: Look, there it is. See those wings? It's gotta be one of... those.
Soldier 2: There's only one creature with wings like that.
Soldier 3: Vampires! Cursed bloodsuckers!
Veight: (Tch!)
Soldier 2: It's escaping! After it!
And that's how Veight came to be chased by soldiers of a small country.
Soldier 1: Ready! Aim! Fire!
Veight: Ugh!
A bullet strikes Veight's back, but no blood is spilled. He keeps running.
Soldier 2: What? I swear I hit it!
Soldier 1: That's why they're the stuff of legends! What crazy demons!
Veight: (They're the ones shooting at a fleeing target, and somehow I'm the demon.)
Despite his frustrations, he never once turns back to show hostility; he simply keeps running.
Veight: (As far as they're concerned, any sign of animosity from me will only prove that I'm a demon.)
Veight: (It'd be best to avoid that. But is it even possible to forge a friendship with these kinds of people?)
While Veight mulls over his options, another shot rings out across the field.
Veight: Augh! Where?
He feels an intense, sharp pain coming from his right shoulder.
Veight is shocked to find a matte silver bullet lodged in his shoulder.
Soldier 1: It worked! The stories were right!
Veight: (Silver?)
Soldier 2: We've got it now! Shoot! Shoot!
Veight: Urgh!
Veight runs even faster despite his wounds.
But a group of monsters, drawn to the smell of blood, block his path.
Monster: Groaar!
Veight: You're in my way! Begone!

Friend or Foe: Scene 2

Veight collapses after being shot with a silver bullet. He awakes to villagers nursing him back to health, causing him to realize that vampires and mortals may just be able to coexist.

Veight defeats the monsters and manages to give the soldiers the slip.
However he had lost too much blood and succumbs to exhaustion.
Veight: Tch... This is pitiful...
Veight: I knew it. Vampires and mortals can never be friends...
Muttering bitterly to himself, he loses consciousness and collapses.
Meanwhile, the crew is surprised to find Veight missing after finishing their shopping.
Lyria: Hmm... Maybe he went back to the ship already?
Rackam: That guy's got a weird sense of honor. He wouldn't just leave without saying anything.
Vyrn takes to the air to search for Veight, but comes back visibly flustered.
Vyrn: We've got a problem! I overheard someone saying soldiers are chasing after a legendary demon!
Rackam: Crap! That's gotta be Veight!
Veight: Ungh. Where am I?
Veight opens his eyes. He appears to be in a stranger's home.
He turns to the side and sees a child looking back at him.
Veight: Whoa!
Kid: Wah! You're awake! Thank goodness! Hey, he's awake!
Two people enter the room upon hearing the child's joyous cries.
Youth: Phew, that's great. I'm glad you're up.
Veight, still on edge, stares at the new visitors.
Veight: Who are you people? What do you want from me?
Youth: You don't have to get all up in arms. It's okay. We're not going to hurt you.
Veight: Huh?
Woman: We found you covered in blood near the village. We carried you back here and patched you up.
Woman: How do you feel? Do your wounds still hurt?
Veight checks his shoulder and finds that it has been delicately treated.
Veight: You haven't realized, have you?
Veight: Even if I tried to hide it, you'd find out sooner or later, so I'll just say it.
Veight: I'm one of those terrifying demons you mortals are so scared of. A vampire.
Youth: Like the ones in stories? You can't be serious.
Woman: But look. He's got wings on his head. He's... he's telling the truth.
Veight: I had a feeling you didn't notice.
Veight: (Once they alert the others, that'll be the end of me. I'd better get out of here.)
Youth: Say, do vampires eat the same things we do?
Veight: What?
Youth: Well, I was going make some stew for you, but if you can't eat it...
Veight: Uh...
Woman: Maybe he can only drink blood? That would certainly complicate things.
Veight: Wait. What nonsense are you talking about?
Veight: Are you confused? Do you not believe me?
Youth: We're not confused, and we definitely believe you. Doesn't seem like you're pranking us about being a vampire, anyway.
Veight: But why? I'm a demon, you know.
Youth: Nope. There's no way we would treat you like a demon. Not after this little chat we're having.
Veight: ...
(Now I'm confused.)
Woman: Um, have you ever attacked someone to drink their blood?
Veight: Never. I swear on my proud bloodline.
Woman: Then you're not a demon. You're someone's child. That's all there is to it.
Veight: That's it? You're not afraid of me?
Youth: If we couldn't communicate with you and you just suddenly started attacking us, then sure, I'd be afraid.
Youth: But you haven't done any of that, so what's there to be afraid of?
Youth: Now let's get back to the real problem. What should we cook for you?
Veight: (Who are these people? There are mortals like this in the world?)
In the end, Veight accepts the hospitality of his rescuers and remains in the village to recuperate.
Even so, he's not ready to place his complete trust in them.
One day, Veight observes the village with skepticism when the kid he met earlier strikes up a conversation.
Kid: Hey, hey, vampire-bro! Why you always got that scary look on your face?
Veight: Who knows.
Kid: Phooey... I'll never be able to understand you if you don't say anything...
Veight: (She wants to understand me, huh.)
Suddenly, agitated voices cry out from the village entrance.
Veight: What's going on?
Veight, understandably on edge, heads to the village entrance.
Soldier 1: We've narrowed down our search for the demon to this village! Now hurry up and bring that blood-sucking monstrosity out here!
Youth: I've told you a thousand times already. We can't bring out a demon when there's no demon to bring out.
Soldier 2: Hey, cut the act! You know what vampires are? A menace to us all!
Soldier 3: Those things can turn us into bloodkin and manipulate us at will! Nobody's safe!
Soldier 3: If you ignore our warnings, you're setting yourself up for tragedy!
Woman: You're right. If such a demon from the old tales were hiding in this village, we would be doomed, indeed.
Woman: Thankfully, this village doesn't have anything of the sort, so you have nothing to worry about.
Soldier 2: Grr. You've got some gall! Or maybe you've already been turned into bloodkin?
Youth: Ngh!
The soldier draws their sword and moves in to strike down the youth.
Luckily, Veight arrives just in time to deflect the blade.
Youth: You...
Veight: I'm speechless. You villagers really are a strange bunch of mortals.
Soldier 1: Ergh! So you've finally shown yourself! Take him down, men!
Veight: Sigh. You leave me no choice.
Veight draws his blade to face the sword-wielding soldiers.

Friend or Foe: Scene 3

The soldiers decide the villagers are bloodkin under Veight's control and prepare to attack, but (Captain) arrives to stop them in the nick of time. Veight and the crew then turn their attention toward subduing the soldiers.

Soldier 1: What did you do to these villagers? Answer me, vampire!
Veight: Nothing.
Soldier 2: Don't lie to me! You bit them and made them your bloodkin, didn't you? No one would defend a demon of their own free will!
Veight: Sigh. Listen. You think vampires are the same as lowly monsters, don't you?
Soldier 3: Of course not! If you were a mere monster, we wouldn't have gone to so much trouble chasing you down!
Soldier 3: You feed on us when you get hungry, and force us to do your bidding!
Soldier 3: That makes you a hundred times worse than any monster!
Veight: Jeez. You really are ignorant about us, aren't you?
Veight: Vampires do not suck the blood of mortals when we simply feel our stomaches rumbling!
Veight: And claiming that we recklessly create bloodkin is outrageous! We're smarter than that!
Veight: We only drink the blood of those as magnificent and proud as our own!
Soldier 1: Hah! As if I'd believe that! Hey, is it ready yet?
Soldier 2: It's ready! Eat this!
The soldiers roll out a large cannon and fire into the sky.
A thunderous explosion rips through the air, followed by a blinding flash of light.
Veight: Augh!
Although the light only lasts for an instant, it causes Veight to fall to his knees in agony.
Soldier 1: We did our homework. That was a flashbang shell. We know you vampires can't handle the light!
Soldier 2: And every bullet in our rifles is made of silver. Perfect for executing an abomination like you!
The soldiers raise their guns at Veight, who is still unable to move.
Veight: (Damn! I knew it. Coexisting with these brutes—no, with mortals—is hopeless!)
Just then, the villagers who took care of Veight step in front of the soldiers' rifles.
Soldier 1: Move!
Youth: Make me! Stop this madness!
Woman: This child is not a demon! Please stop!
Veight: You people...
Veight: (Perhaps I was too hasty. There are good people like them in the world... Like (Captain).)
Veight: (There must be some mortals out there we can become friends with! And more importantly...)
Kid: Phooey... I'll never be able to understand you if you don't talk...
Veight: (Nothing can be achieved in silence. If I just speak more calmly...)
Veight: (Maybe they'll see reason.)
Soldier 3: Ugh, they're bloodkin for sure! We've got no choice; take them out as well.
Veight: No! Stop!
The soldiers point their muzzles at the two villagers, when suddenly—
Soldier 3: Agh!
(Captain) comes flying in and knocks down a soldier with a quick strike.
Veight: (Captain)! You came for me?
Rackam: Heh, we had a heck of a time finding you. Looks like you've got a serious situation on your hands!
Veight: Humph. I have you to thank for that.
(Captain) grabs Veight's arm and gently pulls him off the ground.
Veight: You're late. Would it have killed you to be a little faster? I was beginning to think you'd never come.
Soldier 1: Who are these fools? More bloodkin? Fire, fire, fire!
Rackam: Whoa, that's going a bit overboard. Guess we gotta teach 'em a lesson, (Captain)!

Friend or Foe: Scene 4

Veight's sincere wish for peace finally reaches the soldiers, who apologize for their actions, and a compromise is forged. This chain of events, both good and bad, gives him a deeper understanding of the outside world.

Veight and the crew successfully subdue the soldiers.
Soldier 2: D-damn demon...
Veight: Hey, just listen to me for a moment, okay?
Soldier 1: Huh?
Veight: I can see why you would call us demons. We vampires possess incredible power.
Veight: But there's no need to fear us! These people are not my bloodkin!
Soldier 2: ...
Veight: And as for you soldiers, I don't feel any malice behind your actions.
Veight: You're just fighting to protect something precious from a terrible creature that should only exist in legends.
Veight: Maybe that something is your country, or maybe it's your family. I don't know.
Veight: But what I do know is that I never have—and never will—inflict harm upon you or your kind. That's the truth.
Soldier 1: ...
Soldier 1: All we know about vampires comes from the stories we've been told. That they're demons cut from the same cloth as monsters.
Soldier 2: If we ignored you, we'd be putting our country and families at risk...
Soldier 1: But you're different from those vampires. I can see that now.
The soldiers hang their heads in shame.
Soldier 1: We're deeply sorry.
Veight and the villagers express their forgiveness and make peace with the soldiers.
After seeing the soldiers off, Veight returns to speak to the youth.
Veight: I want to thank everyone here. You've changed the way I think about mortals.
With a warm smile, Veight gently pats the head of the young girl who had come to say goodbye.
Veight: Thanks for your help too. Hehe, I appreciate it.
Kid: Hehehe! You ain't got that scary look on your face anymore!
Veight: Hah.
Veight: Well, I'll be on my way.
Youth: Come back and visit us whenever you feel like it.
Woman: Just try not to get all beat up next time, okay?
Veight: Haha, of course. See you.
Veight departs with a smile.
On the way back to the airship, Rackam converses with a cheerful Veight.
Rackam: So, what do you think? Can mortals and vampires get along?
Veight: Hmm... I'm still on the fence. I won't know without doing more research.
Veight: But there are people in this world we can believe in; people we can form close bonds with.
Veight: Yes. I'm sure of that now.
Veight stares intently at (Captain).
Veight: There may in fact be a mortal worthy of my trust in this world. Worthy of becoming my bloodkin.
Lyria: You don't mean...
Rackam: You're gonna make (Captain) your bloodkin?
Veight: Hehe. I'm just kidding. For now...
Veight has an impish smile on his face.
His experiences outside Medvecia have given him new insight into the world of mortals.
With his increasing understanding of humanity, he will be the key to bridging the gap between humans and vampires.

Shop Till You Drop

Veight, who is studying mortal customs, doesn't seem to grasp the appeal behind bargain hunting. With Drusilla's help, the vampire eventually comes to understand the power of the shoppers who fight on the battlefield of sales.

Young Woman 1: Ahaha! Faster, faster!
Young Woman 2: Slow down! Wait for me!
A young vampire strolls through town to study the mortal way of life. The sight of excited women running by catches his eye.
Veight: What in the world are they raising a fuss about?
Veight scans ahead to where the women seem to be heading and sees a glitzy boutique.
Veight: Ah, it would appear they and others are heading for that shop.
Veight: Hmm... Even so there's no reason to stampede over in such a frantic manner. It's too crowded to set foot inside, let alone do anything.
The young vampire is confused by the behavior of the girls he just saw.
Veight: (I've come to understand mortal males easily enough, but the opposite sex still presents many mysteries.)
Veight: (How can they be so focused on purchasing goods? I wonder if the answer lies in a book somewhere...)
Veight stands motionless, brows furrowed in consternation.
It just so happens that Drusilla comes humming and skipping into view. She spies Veight, rigid like a statue in the middle of the street.
Drusilla: Good day to you. Why are you standing there staring off into the distance?
Veight: Not into the distance. Have a look at that boutique if you will.
Drusilla: Oh my! To think that it's already that full of people!
Drusilla: I must hurry over there as well!
Veight: Huh? Hey, wait a minute!
Drusilla is about to take off for the boutique, but Veight quickly grabs her by the arm to stop her.
Drusilla: Eeek! What is the meaning of this?
Veight: You... also intend to go into that shop?
Drusilla: Uh-huh. This area is famous for shops with lines that wind around the block.
Drusilla: And to make matters worse, they hold limited time sales without any warning at all. I can't let this one get away from me!
Veight: But, I dare say, to reach a fervor over a reason such as that is something I absolutely cannot wrap my head around.
Drusilla: Oh-ho-ho! Forget about reasons! Simply put, girls love fashion and shopping!
Veight: Is that so...
(This could be a good learning opportunity.)
Veight: Do you mind taking me with you?
Drusilla: Why, yes! I would be most grateful!
Veight: Hm? Grateful?
Drusilla: Oh-ho-ho! Excuse me, I must have misspoken. Let's be off!
And so Veight accompanies Drusilla into the boutique.
Young Woman 1: Ahaha! This blouse is sooo precious!
Young Woman 2: Ack! Stop pushing me!
Young Woman 3: Oopsies. Sorry, just trying squeeze through, but you were taking up a lot of space, so...
Young Woman 2: What're you trying to say?
Women occupy every aisle, their hands grabbing for goods while fending off other bargain hunters.
Veight: I thought shopping was supposed to be a pleasant experience. Why does this scene remind me more of an arena?
Drusilla: Oh, my poor, sweet Veight... You're still so innocent.
Veight: Grrr... Who are you calling innocent?
Drusilla: Please. This is a battlefield. You need sticky fingers to get your hands on the cutest styles!
Veight: What do you mean, sticky fingers?
Drusilla: Hehe... Watch me closely now, Veight.
Drusilla is gone in an instant, but she appears again just as quickly as she disappeared, this time clutching a
heavily-discounted designer dress.
Drusilla: That's what I mean, Veight.
Veight: ...!
(What astonishing speed... My eyes couldn't keep up with her!)
Drusilla: Something on your mind?
Veight: No... Nothing at all...
Drusilla: Oh-ho-ho! Then on to the next boutique!
They exit the boutique and head for another.
Drusilla: Goodness! That hat is simply lovely!
Drusilla: Stunning! Exquisite! Veight, please hold these for me.
Veight: You're asking me to do what? Is that why you brought me with you, to carry your bags? Hey!
Veight's objections go wanting. Drusilla has a grand old time flipping through racks and trying on outfits.
Drusilla: We're not done yet, Veight. There are more shops to visit!
Veight: Sigh... How much more can you buy?
The spending train shows no signs of slowing or stopping. Veight is dragged along from store to store at the mercy of the little whirlwind.
He can't fathom how this Harvin girl has so much energy and vitality.
Veight: Urgh... Why am I feeling fatigued, even though I'm a vampire?
Veight: How is she still going strong? Where is that little body drawing its power from?
Drusilla: Veight, darling... Don't tell me you're winded.
Veight: Huff... Huff... Don't be ridiculous. I'm a proud vampire.
Drusilla: Wow! How right you are! I guess we can tackle the main event!
Veight looks to where Drusilla is pointing to.
Veight: Wha?
A large sign bears words that fill his eyes with dread: All Items 90% Off.
Young Woman 1: Oh my gosh! This is the sale I've been waiting for!
Young Woman 2: Haha! You snooze, you lose!
Young Woman 3: I don't think so, sister!
Veight: That's... not normal...
Drusilla: We're charging in too. We can't be left behind in the dust!
Veight: Hey!
But Drusilla doesn't hear him. She sprints for the door like a Harvin possessed.
Watching the girl from behind, Veight suddenly looks to the sky.
Veight: ...
Monster: Groooar!
Drusilla spots the monsters and starts to tremble.
Drusilla: I'm not scared... I'm not scared...
Veight: Unbelievable... Drusilla, get behind me!
Veight: Haaah!
Monster: Gurrgh...
Veight: Humph. You're like a completely different person when confronted by monsters.
Veight can still hear the ferocity in the voices of the shoppers off in the distance, and he lets out a heavy sigh.
Veight: No, that's not quite it. Shopping is perhaps a different means to draw out a mortal's true potential...
Veight: Haha... The outside world is filled with enigmas, is it not, Feldrac?
Veight draws his own conclusion about shopping with mortal women.
Battling monsters doesn't even come close to the struggle that is shopping.
Drusilla: Veeeight! Get over here!
Veight: Heh... There's no turning back now. I'll see this through to the end.
With both his arms draped in bags, Veight wills his tired body onto its feet.
He calmly walks toward the so-called battlefield.

Side-scrolling Quotes

JapaneseThis is an official transcription. EnglishThis is an official translation.
失せろ Beat it.
人間とは良き友になれるだろうか… I wonder if we can be friends with mortals...
ピアノが得意なんだ今度演奏会を開こう I'm quite good at the piano; I'll play for you next time.
ヴァンパイア達は滅びの道を捨てた We vampires have given up our old ways.
今度メドヴェキアに行かないか? Do you want to visit Medvecia?
外界は新鮮で中々いいな… The outside world is pleasantly refreshing.
少しメドヴェキアが心配だな… I'm a little worried about Medvecia...
人間は…色々いるんだな… Hm, there are all kinds of mortals.
(主人公)、僕の眷属になるかい? Will you be my bloodkin, (Captain)?
(主人公)…ふふ、信頼しているよ I trust you, (Captain).

Other Appearances

Rage of Bahamut


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Clash: Summon a Forest Bat.

I have been sent to greet you in place of our sleeping empress. When you meet her, you better show enough respect to make her feel like you're kissing her feet.


Clash: Summon a Forest Bat.

You humans are our food. The only reason I haven't consumed you is as a favor to the queen. But you know, I think I could use a little snack. Don't worry! I'll make sure it doesn't hurt... much.

Class Bloodcraft
Card Pack Rise of Bahamut
SV Portal Veight, Vampire Noble
Language Play Attack Evolve Death Enhance Other