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The Boy with Two Faces
(Captain) and the crew plan to sneak into the facility of Vyrn's kidnappers, but a priest named Will beats them to it, destroying the facility. Will decides to join the crew in hopes of encountering some primal beasts.
Vyrn is mysteriously abducted while (Captain) and the crew are investigating the activities of a suspicious syndicate in town.
The syndicate conducts research on captured monsters in hopes of harnessing the monsters' power for themselves.
Katalina: How awful! Think of what they could be doing to Vyrn! We must get him out at all costs, now!
Rackam: Yeesh. Just take a deep breath, all right? Okay, (Captain), are you ready? We're going in!
Rackam: I really don't like the look of this place. Not even monsters deserve to be mangled like this.
Katalina: This is ghastly. I sure hope Vyrn is okay...
Lyria: Oh! Katalina! Over there, it's Vyrn!
Vyrn: Get your hands off me! I'm serious! Let me go!
We're coming for you! Let's go, (Captain)!
???: Well I'll be damned!
A monster in the shape of a talking lizard!
Vyrn: I ain't no lizard! Hey, you can't just touch me like that...!
Rackam: Stop right there, buddy! Are you one of the researchers here? We're gonna need our friend Vyrn back.
???: Oh no, please don't lump me in with those dolts who run this place. How repulsive.
???: The name's Will. I'm just as I look—a humble servant of a... higher power, as you can see.
Rackam: A priest? With a mouth like that? And what are you doing here exactly?
Will: Just my job, I suppose. I can't very well turn a blind eye to the way they mutilate monsters.
Will: So I snuck right on in, thinking I'd deliver a little divine retribution.
Will: And that's when I found this dear lizard!
What I'm saying is, I saved him!
Vyrn: If you say so... Sure doesn't feel that way though.
Will: But you can rest easy. I passed judgment on your captors for their mistreatment of monsters, and the sentence has been carried out.
Rackam: What? Judgment? Just who do you think you are?
Will: Well, you guys obviously aren't from around here, so I guess I can clue you in... This is underworld business.
Will: But, as far as everyone else knows, I'm a pacifist priest.
Rackam: Oh, c'mon! Underworld? And you call yourself a priest.
Will: Heh heh... Anyway, my dear Vyrn! I've seen many a creature in this life, but never one like you!
Will: Those eyes are simply captivating... and I bet that tail's got a few stories to tell. Oh, and of course, those wings! I bet you've got a little bit of dragon in you, yes? Man, you'd look great mounted on a wall!
Vyrn: Yikes! What the heck do ya mean by "mounted"? Get this guy away from me!
Will: Ohhh... simply incredible! Fascinating! To think I'd be having a conversation with a real monster!
Rackam: Well, uh... Anyway, to take care of that syndicate all by yourself, I'd say you've got some stories of your own.
Will: Enough about me. What about you? I definitely see a few odd birds among you.
Lyria: I... uh... I'm just your average, run-of-the-mill girl! Definitely nothing worth putting under a microscope here!
Will: Relax, I'm not particularly interested in girls. Monsters are the only things I could ever love.
Vyrn: Okay, weirdo...
Will: C'mon. Don't be scared, little one.
Vyrn: What? Just why would we be scared of you? We're skyfarers!
Vyrn: I mean, compared to the primal beasts we've fought, you're hardly worth noticing.
Will: Primal beasts? Hot damn! That's even better than monsters. You know, I just had a great idea.
Will: How about I join you guys? Simple and brilliant, right? Just like all the best ideas!
Vyrn: Now hold up just a second! This guy was just talking about mounting me on a wall, like, ten seconds ago!
Choose: You can join. But no taxidermy.
- You can join. But no taxidermy.
- We can't very well let you run loose.
Katalina: You can't be serious, (Captain)... Do you really want a man like that traveling with us?Choose: We can't very well let you run loose.
Rackam: Yeah... But this is (Captain) we're talking about here—surely there's a plan.Continue 1
Will: So glad we could work things out. Well then, would you mind showing me around?
Vyrn: Hey! What's with all the luggage? What exactly are you planning to bring onto our ship?
Will: Oh, this?
This is my monster journal, in which I document the beauty of nature's most misunderstood creations.
Will: And of course I have my list of condemned criminals, and my assassination tools, and—
Rackam: Hey, wait! Did you say assassination? Anyone else having second thoughts?
Vyrn: Now that you're one of us, you better let us in on anything you plan to do!
Will: Okay, I get it. Besides, I'd agree to anything for the chance to meet a real-life primal beast.
Will: I'll keep the assassinations to a minimum.
And so, Will, hunter of evil and a man of at least two faces, joins the crew as they set off once again.
It will be a long time yet before the crew knows Will for who he truly is.
The Secret List
Thieves sneak onto the airship and Will's criminal list gets stolen. When the crew finds and confronts the thieves, they send monsters against the party.
Will's criminal list—
A list of names of people in power who have committed crimes not yet known to the public.
Vyrn: Say what? Your criminal list's been stolen? Was it the thieves who snuck onto our ship just now?
Rackam: Hmm... (Captain) defeated them so fast that I didn't think they managed to get away with anything.
Will: It seems like they were actually only after my things.
Rackam: How can you be so calm? What if the contents of that list are leaked?
Will: I guess if the list ever got out, it could be catastrophic. But what's really bothering me is—
Rackam: Save it! We gotta move! Let's go get it back, (Captain)!
Will: Indeed. After all, naughty children who steal from others need to be thoroughly punished.
Vyrn: There they are! The guys who snuck onto our ship! I'd know 'em anywhere!
Thief: Damn it, they found us... Take this!
Rackam: As if theft isn't despicable enough! Now they're sending monsters at us!
Will: You deprive monsters of their freedom so you can use them for this? You're less than gutter slime!
Vyrn: Hmm... But we can't keep going if we don't defeat the monsters.
Will: I know... I really hate it, but it seems we have no choice but to fight.
Will: At the very least, make sure the monsters die without suffering, (Captain)!
The Secret List: Scene 2
Will is furious at the thieves for using monsters for selfish reasons. He decides to punish them whether they return his criminal list or not.
Vyrn: All right! We've cornered them!
Will: Get out here, gutter slime! Time for you to experience the consequences of exploiting monsters!
Rackam: Yeah! I sure wouldn't wanna be in your shoes right now. This freak is even scarier when he's mad!
Vyrn: If you don't wanna get hurt, you better give back the criminal list!
Will: Actually, forgive my friend for his ignorance... Giving the list back won't save you from me now!
Thief: Heh... You think we'd give up something this valuable?
Thief: Ha! With this, we can blackmail the people into giving us all the money we want!
Will: How pathetic. You clearly have less brains than monsters.
Will: You're not even worth the trouble of punishing, so I'll just end you. You don't mind, right, (Captain)?
Thief: Hmph... Don't think you can win just because you beat some wimps! We've got something special in store for you next!
Vyrn: Just great. More monsters to deal with!
Vyrn: And these ones are bigger than last time's! Be careful, (Captain)!
The Secret List: Scene 3
(Captain) and the crew corner the thieves and manage to calm Will down. The criminal list is safely recovered, but Will is more worried about the monster journal that had been stolen with it.
Will: You scum suckers made me fight innocent monsters. Twice. How do you plan on making it up to me?
Thief: Eek, forgive us! We'll give back everything we stole! Please, have mercy!
Rackam: I expected more backbone from these guys. Oh well, at least they've learned their lesson. I doubt they'll ev—
Will: Deplorable fools. You are well beyond redemption.
Will: You shall suffer as the monsters did! Prepare yourselves for justice, you loathsome stains.
Vyrn: Whoa, wait a minute! This is getting way out of hand! (Captain), stop him!
Thus, the criminal list is safely returned to Will.
The thieves manage to escape Will's punishment, but the chilling memory of the brutal priest will haunt them for years to come.
Will: Nope, not here... Or here... Maybe here? Argh, where did it go?
Vyrn: What's wrong? You got the criminal list back, didn't you? What are you scrambling to find now?
Will: Criminal list? There are more important things than that, you know!
Rackam: Huh? What could possibly be more important than the criminal list? Depending on what it is—
Will: It's my monster journal!
Will: I've spent long years observing the beautiful and transient lives of monsters, and it's all written in my journal!
Will: Wait a minute... I must have left it in the cave earlier!
Will: (Captain), we have to go find it! Come on, let's go!
Vyrn: I'm really in no mood for this.
Will's obsession with monsters knows no bounds.
And he will only continue to update his journal as his journey continues, filling its pages with tales of ever more fascinating creatures.
Abby and Bobo find themselves relentlessly hunted by assassins, and Will soon discovers that Bobo has been mistaken for a dangerous, rare bear. He hunts down the bear, simultaneously helping his friends and satisfying his craving to meet new monsters.
It's late at night, and all that can be heard throughout the Grandcypher is the sound of quiet footsteps.
Men who have stolen onto the ship smile gleefully down at the sleeping faces of Abby and Bobo.
Assassin 1: Heh... They're sleepin' like babies.
Assassin 2: Heh-heh... Yep. Looks like it's time to get paid... Take this!
Assassin 2: What in the?
Will: Well, well, what do we have here? Attacking people in their sleep, huh? Talk about unsightly filth.
Assassin 1: Damn... You'll pay for gettin' in our way! You're ours now!
Will: Yeah, yeah... It seems that you two need to be taught a lesson. Abby! Bobo!
Abby and Bobo spring out of bed, looking so ready for action that it's almost like they were waiting for the call.
Abby: Choppin' time! Let's split 'em in two!
Bobo: Bobo! (You've got a lot of nerve waking me up at this hour! And I get cranky when I'm tired!)
Will: You losers seriously think you can fight me?
Assassin 1: Ugh!
Assassin 2: Oof!
Suspicious men like these two assassins have recently been attacking Abby and Bobo day and night.
Will, who's sure there's a reason for the attacks, glares at the defeated intruders.
Will: You two will talk, won't you? You know, about why you're after Abby and her friend here. Well?
The two assassins, who sense an unspeakable sort of insanity behind Will's benign smile, quiver as they beg for their lives.
Assassin 1: P-please! Have mercy on us!
Will: Hee-hee. Well, that depends on you two, doesn't it?
Assassin 1: The truth is... Huh?
The moment the assassin begins to speak, he sees the criminal list, which is under Will's arm.
Assassin 1: Ha! So you're an assassin too!
Assassin 2: Ha-ha! Pretendin' to be their friends so you can catch 'em off guard, huh?
Will: What exactly do you mean by that?
Assassin 1: Gotcha!
Assassin 2: Not so high-and-mighty now!
After taking advantage of Will's moment of weakness to send him flying, the assassins turn around and flee from the Grandcypher.
Will: Phew... I really should pay more attention. But what were they on about?
Will's face clouds over as he considers the implications of the assassins taking notice of his criminal list.
Will: All right, you guys... Do you have any idea why people are after you?
Abby: Hmm... Nope. Any clue, Bobo?
Bobo: Bobo... (I have no idea either.)
Abby: Bobo says it doesn't matter, 'cause he can beat down any assassin with his blazin' punches inferno-style!
Bobo: Bobo! (I said nothing like that!)
Will: What? You can summon fire from your paws? Hold it. I thought you were a bear, but are you actually some new species of monster?
Bobo: Bobo... (I'm not sure that I like that serious gleam in his eyes. There's something off about this guy.)
Convinced that there's a clue hidden in his criminal list, Will heads out to investigate, and he returns the next day with some new information.
Will: Hee-hee! I found out why assassins have been attacking you guys!
He shows them not his list of criminals but a list of pests.
The list warns that a big bad bear is prowling the area and includes a ferocious-looking drawing of the beast.
Abby: Check it out, Bobo! They made you look crazy wicked!
Will: Yeah, and the list also says that the big bad bear's glossy fur is likely worth a small fortune.
Bobo: Bobo, Bo... (Maybe, but my fur doesn't look like that, so they must have the wrong bear. Besides, I've done nothing wrong...)
Bobo suddenly remembers something that happened the other day.
Bobo: Bobo... Bo! (Oh! That must be what this is about!)
Abby: Oh, Bobo. What do you mean you want to give whoever drew that your autograph? You already think you're a celebrity?
Bobo: Bobo! (I never said that!)
Abby: Oh! Now I remember! Though I can't really be sure...
Will: Huh? Did you think of something?
On a sunny day off, Abby and Bobo are strolling through the forest as usual.
Suddenly a beehive falls from a tree and bops Bobo on the head.
Bobo: Bobo! Bobo! (Ouch! That smarts!)
Abby: Ha-ha! Your head's a sticky mess! And the honey in your fur's all sparkly!
Bobo: Bobo... (Quit guffawing and wipe me off already.)
The ominous sound of buzzing bees behind Bobo sends a shiver down his spine, and he timidly turns to look.
Bobo: Bobo? Bobo! (Huh? No way! You can't be serious!)
Abby: Bobo! Run for it!
Bobo: Bobo! (Let's get outta here!)
Village Soldier: Wha? The big bad bear's at it again! Hey! Get down, kid!
The soldier, who assumes that the bear is attacking Abby, aims his gun at Bobo.
Bobo: Bobo! Bobo! (H-hold it! Can't we talk about this?)
Bobo somehow manages to dodge the sudden enemy fire and flees into the forest.
Bobo: Bobo... Bobo? (That could have been it for me. And I'm still all sticky.)
Bobo wipes off some of the honey running down his head with his paw and gives it a curious taste.
Bobo: Bobo... Bobo! (Say, this honey's great! But wait. Now's no time for that! Get it together, Bobo!)
Bobo cautiously looks back in the direction of his attacker and sees the soldier guarding Abby.
Village Soldier: Damn... I guess the bear got away. Little girl, are you okay? You were being chased just now, right?
Abby: Huh? Oh, I sure was! That's why I ran here!
Village Soldier: I see... That must have been scary. The big bad bear has taken out a bunch of people from this village.
Village Soldier: There won't be anyone left at this rate... No! I have to deal with the bear before that happens!
The soldier weeps as he thinks of the damage done by the bear, but a villager runs up and interrupts him.
Villager: Um... I managed to draw a picture of the big bad bear. You think you could use it to help keep the villagers on guard?
Village Soldier: Oh, this is wonderful! You even captured the glossiness of his fur. I'll make sure everyone in the nearby villages sees this!
Will: I see... So the honey was why the bear's fur seemed so glossy.
Will: Hmm... You know, it's probably nothing more than a rumor, but I've heard of a rare bear with sparkling fur.
Will: It seems that people are thinking that's actually the big bad bear that's been causing trouble around here, and poor Bobo's been framed.
Will: Just let me take care of this, guys. If you wander around with Bobo, it'll probably just cause more problems.
Bobo: Bobo. (He's kinda weird, but he seems like a good enough guy.)
Several hours pass after Will leaves the airship.
He finally comes back to Abby and Bobo, wearing a cheerful expression on his face.
Will: Ha-ha. Everything's fine now. I hunted down the big bad bear and cleared Bobo's name.
Bobo: Bobo. (I see. Thank you so much. Now I can finally get a good night's sleep.)
Abby: Bobo says he was looking forward to beating down more assassins and that you should mind your own business.
Bobo: Bobo! (Hey, you should really thank the man for his hard work!)
Abby: Say, why'd you care enough about Bobo to help him anyway?
Bobo: Bobo! (Praise the skies! She actually asked a question I wanted to!)
Will: Hee-hee... You think I need a reason to help a friend?
Will gallantly returns to his room without another word.
Bobo's heart flutters at the heroic sight of the man walking off.
Bobo: Bobo! (S-so awesome!)
Will: I thank you, my lord. I still can't believe today's little adventure led me to such a rare creature.
Will: Hee-hee... And its fur really was so glossy that it sparkled. This is why I just can't get enough of traveling!
Will smiles as he recalls the rare bear and hums as he gets his monster journal out of his desk.