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Happy Birthday Cutscenes
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Huh? Today's your birthday? Well, this calls for a celebration! A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk!
Here, I'll give you this lure as a present! Made it myself, don't you know.


So today's your birthday, huh? A-hyuk-hyuk! How lovely!
Oh, that's right. This is for you.
I had a hunch something big was coming, so I made another lure just in case.
I didn't think it would turn out be your birthday though! A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk!


A-hyuk-hyuk! You might be a year older, but you're still a young'un.
Hats off to you for doing a marvelous job of running a crew at your age.
I, on the other hand, ought to be wise well beyond my years, but I'm just plowing through life, taking it one step at a time.
Can't say I'm not looking forward to seeing where you take things from here on out.


Happy birthday, (Captain)!
We've been traveling together for years now. Seeing you grow makes me so emotional.
Why, you're only a step away from becoming a master yourself. There might be moments when your swordwork falters, but they're sure to push you onward.
Take good care of yourself, and you'll be making leaps and bounds till you're unstoppable.
Don't beat yourself up for feeling lost and unsure though... Ah, what am I saying?
That's right—your birthday banquet is waiting. Forget my little lecture for now and go have fun!


Seems your birthday's on us again.
Does an old soul good to watch whippersnappers make something of themselves.
When I first met you, I saw somethin' shining in the depths of your eyes.
The thrill I felt... It was like comin' face-to-face with a fish from legend. No, it was more than that.
A-hyuk-hyuk! Guess it's not that great, being compared to a fish.
Anyway, I sensed promise from you—promise unlike anything I'd sensed before. And you haven't proved me wrong yet, jackanapes.
I expect that, down the road, you'll turn into something real big. Then this old man will be able to say he knew it all along! A-hyuk-hyuk!

Happy New Year Cutscenes
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First day of the new year and I've already been asked to catch some fish. The cooks on the crew need fish for tonight's celebratory dinner.
Besides I'd be going fishing anyway even if no one asked me too! A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk!


Now that the new year's here, I suppose I should go catch us a big one.
Huh? Don't you know? New Year's is the time to dine on tubby fish and restore our strength!
There's an island famous for its abundance of salty salmon and smoked yellowtail.
Simmer 'em, fry 'em—they taste incredible either way.
I'll go catch 'em just for you! Or would you rather come along?


Pretty remarkable catch, eh? This here's the salty salmon and smoked yellowtail I told you about last year.
A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk, course I remembered that. Your mouth waterin' brought back the memories.
So what do you think? Bigger than you ever could've imagined, right? This here's a chance to show off some of my other skills...
Assemble everyone in the dining hall. I'm gonna show you all how to gut a yellowtail.


Well, guess I'll set a goal for the year. What about you?
It doesn't matter if you choose something big or small. Accomplish anything, and it'll give you energy to keep going.
And if you feel a bit of pride, well, that's sure to motivate you that much more.
Don't sweat it if things don't go your way the first time around. You can always try again later.
This year I'm going to visit a barbershop. It's a bit embarrassing to spend money on my appearance though—normally I cut my hair and beard by myself.
I've been trying to get over this for ages, but this will finally be the year that I overcome it! A-hyuk-hyuk!


(Captain). Looks like we survived to see yet another January.
I'm planning to start this year off with the old rod and tackle box. Feel like coming along, whippersnapper?
Let's fish ourselves up a demonbream and cook up a feast to remember, eh?
I do a bit of fortune-telling with my first catch of the year too.
Catch something big, and you're in for some luck. Reel in something small, and misfortune shall fall.
Wonder what Lady Luck has in store for you. This old man can't wait to find out.

Valentine's Day Cutscenes
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Oh my, is that chocolate for me?
A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk! I'm gonna have to make a real big catch for White Day!


Hrm? Is that some more chocolate you've got? For an old fart like me?
A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk! You're too nice a person, (Captain)!
Not that I'm complaining, of course. I'm just a bit on the shy side, you know?
Truth be told I couldn't be any happier! A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk!


That's a great smile you've got on you. Laughing away your worries makes life so much easier. A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk. Wasn't expecting to get chocolate from you this year too. Handmade too, eh? Can't wait to enjoy these with a fishing rod in one hand. Thanks goes to Valentine's Day and you, (Captain). A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk.


Oooh, seems like you spent a lot of time making these for me!
A-hyuk-hyuk! Maybe it's thanks to all my years of experience, but I can imagine you working your craft right before my eyes.
I'm sure you produced those chocolates like a real artisan, deftly combining stillness and motion together.
It reminds me of a certain old swordsman and his swordcraft. Suppose I'd better prepare myself.
Thank you, (Captain). This present's delightful.

White Day Cutscenes
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Come on, this is to make up for Valentine's Day. A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk!
Next year I wanna fish up something great like an albacore for ya. If I live that long, that is!


All righty! Time to get out there and see what I can fish up today!
I've gotta get you something in return for that Valentine's gift after all!
Oh, relax! I'll be back before sundown.
I'll catch you something real big and juicy! You just wait and see!


I've seen and done a lot over the course of my long life, but this here's a first for me.
A gift for you. A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk. I guess your surprise is only natural.
Even I couldn't picture myself taking the time to bake cookies.
Hmm, truth is... I thought of frying fish that I caught myself at first.
Then I saw the boys in the crew having so much fun with their cookies in the oven.
I just knew I had to join in on the good times.
You could say these are certified by the brosome trio themselves, a-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk.


Ouch, ouch... (Captain), this is my way to thank you for Valentine's.
I was touched by the artful handiwork in the chocolates that you made. So I decided to make some chocolates of my own.
I saw a confectioner in town and tried to imitate her movements.
But this old body of mine couldn't keep up with all those newfangled motions.
The hard work paid off, though, and these things are great. Here, take them!
I planned to play it cool and collected when I gave these to you, but... Well, I guess age got the better of me.

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Trick or Treat Cutscenes
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Someone came trick-or-treating, so I have 'em a fish! Boy, you should've seen the look on their face!
My costume? I think I'll go as one of them swordsman guys!


Hrm... To give treats to those who have tricked is a forgiving act, indeed.
I suppose it may be necessary to pardon tricksters from time to time...
Or maybe I just want to act like I give a hoot! A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk!


Hoo boy. You really pulled out all the stops for that little trick, didn't ya? I must say I admire your guts.
Hm? You're asking me now? Trick or treat, huh?
Fine, I'll take up your challenge. Let's see you do your dandiest to pilfer this treat from me.
Behold the swift maneuverability of a master angler revered by even the creatures of the deep...
Time to skedaddle!
Just kidding! A-hyuk-hyuk! Now try to catch me if ya can!


Hm... Depending on how you look at it, this Halloween thing could be good practice.
Go into town, close your eyes, and take a seat. Someone's sure to play a prank on you. That's where you detect it and counterattack.
Shut out the madding crowd and hone in on your would-be attackers. It's an exceptional opportunity to train.
A-hyuk-hyuk! What do you say, (Captain)? Mind playing with an old man's whims?


Ho? You've caught whiff of me, have you? Looks like you have some promise after all.
I was just putting you to the test. Some whippersnappers were after me, hoping to play a prank. So I gave them the slip and starting sneaking about, real quiet like.
Before I knew it, no one could tell I was about. Seems I got too serious.
It was sad. I was just an old fool, lurking in the shadows, while the pipsqueaks were out having their fun.
But right when I was about to hit rock bottom, you found me.
Tell you what, (Captain). As prize for discovering an old man, you can prank me as many times as you like!
How about it? A-hyuk-hyuk!

Happy Holidays Cutscenes
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People keep mistakin' me fer this Santa Claus guy! A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk!
They keep callin' me a fake Santa and chasin' me all around town!


Happy holidays!
If it's for you guys, I wouldn't mind holding a kitchen knife again.
That surprises you? Fishing isn't my only skill, you know. I spent so much time cooking in the mountains that I could cook blindfolded!


Oho! Are we all getting together for a holiday bash?
Hm, and that's where we'll do our gift exchange? That can only mean...
Bingo! Raw fish just won't do!
Oh, hakuna your tatas! I'll fry 'em so good you'll forget they were ever raw! A-hyuk-hyuk-hyuk!


(Captain), where do you keep the dye and varnish?
I wanted to whittle up some fishing lures as gifts for the other folks in the crew.
You take a pocket knife to shape the wood down into a shape that'll float, and then...
Hm, are you really that interested in lure-making? I should've known you'd be curious!
Once you can do your thing with a pocket knife, you'll be that much better as a swordfighter.
A-hyuk-hyuk! I found another thing I can teach you—I guess this holiday's turned out to be a good one.


Hoh, you're here, (Captain). Would you do an old man a favor and take a look at this?
Over here, on the tree. I carved a wee wooden fish. The craftsmanship isn't bad, eh?
When the chilly winds strike it, it sways in the air like a fish drifting along in water. Pretty fancy, if I do say so myself.
It's like life, you know. When things get turbulent, sometimes you have to simply go where the flow takes you.
You don't have to think too hard about it. I'm saying that sometimes you should let your friends take care of things and go on a bit of a lark, see.
You better really enjoy yourself tonight! A-hyuk-hyuk!

Fate Episodes[edit]

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The Fisherman's Tales[edit]

Lost, the party rested at the waterside. An elderly man suddenly appeared, and invited (Captain) and companions to come and fish. And so the party went fishing. Able to divine Katalina's confusion through the shaking of her rod, the old man was certainly no normal person. After fishing together with the old man for a while, the old man announced that he wished to leave the area, and asked (Captain) and companions if he could ride on their airship. Leaving no room for refusal, Yodarha joined the group on their journey.

The party continued through the mountains, but after accidentally stumbling across Imperial troops carrying out military maneuvers, they were forced to flee.
Wandering at random, the party was lost. Spotting a river, the party soothed their parched throats and had a short rest.
Vyrn: I thought we could stay for a while, but...
Katalina: Ahh. Yes. But its run off further than I thought...
Vyrn: Hmm... if we tried to go back to the town now, there'd be some broken bones that's for sure.
Lyria: B-but... it's alright! We weren't caught...
???: Hey, over there, isn't that...?
Lyria: Ack! I-Imperial soldiers!?
Yodarha: Kehehe... I'm just a fisherman.
Lyria: Whew... Th-that surprised me...
Yodarha: Hmm... there's something odd about you. You seem troubled... are you lost?
Katalina: Uh... um... actually... If you could tell us how to get back to the town, we'd be really grateful...
Yodarha: Hihihi... are you in such a hurry?
Yodarha: Take a moment to relax... Will you join an old man in going fishing?
  1. Sounds good! Let's do it!
  2. We've got no time for that!

Choose: Sounds good! Let's do it!
Yodarha: Hihihi... that's the right answer! Just this once, I'll let you borrow some rods!
Vyrn: What the... hey! (Captain), what are you so excited about?!
Katalina: Geez... nerves of steel perhaps?

Choose: We've got no time for that!
Yodarha: Hihihi... what's the rush?
Yodarha: Just sit down here for a while and all your cares will float away.
Lyria: We're sorry... but we don't really have time...
Yodarha: Haste will only dull your swords, don't you think?
Yodarha: Hihihi... though I don't really know anything about swords. It doesn't matter whether it's a sword or a fishing rod. If it wavers, training is needed.
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Yodarha: It's alright, there's no need to worry. In the middle of nowhere like this, the only people here are you and me.
Yodarha: If you hurry off and make the wrong move, they'll find you, right?
Katalina: Gah... you've got a point there...
Yodarha: And if you want some training in how to use a rod... you've come to the right place! Come on! Give it a try!
And with that, (Captain) and companions were pressured into doing some fishing.
Lyria: Mmm... I don't think I'm any good at fishing...
Katalina: But... do we really have time to do this?
Yodarha: Kehehe! I'll show you the secret to fishing!
Yodarha: It's simple! Just throw the hook at the place where all the fish gather! Like this!
Under the watchful eyes of the fisherman, the hooks were cast. And the fish began to bite...
Yodarha: Did you see that?! Just like that!
Lyria: Wow! That was amazing!
Vyrn: What the... hey! Watch out, that's a monster!
Katalina: Lyria! There! I'll get this...
Yodarha: Kehehe! If we pull together, well be able to reel it in! Look, here it comes!
Lyria: Ah! The fish flew away!
Imperial Soldier 1: Hm? Hey, there they are!
Imperial Soldier 2: Heh! They're just sitting there fishing without a care in the world! I'll go gather the others while you stay here and keep an eye on them.
Imperial Soldier 1&2: Urk?!
Yodarha: Just forget about it for now and relax! You can think about it later! Ok, let's do it!
And so the party relaxed and fished for a while. The old man laughed at Katalina as she rushed to draw her sword every time they hooked a monster.
Strangely, during that time the Imperial soldiers failed to appear, just as the old man had said.
Lyria: Hehehe... we caught lots of fish!
Yodarha: Kehehe! Of course you did, because I was here!
Yodarha: But you, girl, you didn't really look like you enjoyed yourself very much.
Katalina: Come again? Me? No, you're wrong...
Yodarha: Both your rod and your sword waver! At this rate, won't you end up missing what you're aiming for?
Katalina: Wha?! He can even tell what my swordmanship is like!
Yodarha: Kehehe! Rods, swords, they both waver don't they?
Yodarha: Girl, you've got skill. Both with fishing and I suspect with a sword too. But something's 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... why...
Yodarha: Kehehe! Your doubt shows through both your rod and your sword! You've got a lot of potential, it's a real waste!
Yodarha: Anyway, moving on, didn't you say that you were traveling to the Island of the Astrals?
Vyrn: Mmm? Hey, old guy. Why the sudden change of subject?
Yodarha: I want to leave this airspace. Would you let me ride with you on your way to the Island of the Astrals?
Yodarha: In return... hmm... I know, how about I teach you how to fish?
Katalina: Huh? Me?!
Yodarha: Girl, you have real potential! With my teaching, you could go even further! It would be a real shame to waste that talent!
Yodarha: Use it or lose it! Here, take this shrimp lure! Use it to practice your fishing!
Katalina: But...
Yodarha: I think there's more than a few that would jealous if you became my pupil! Kehehe!
Yodarha: Ok, let's find your airship! I don't want to spend a minute longer in the Empire!
Vyrn: Jeez... seems like he's pretty determined to come with us even if we said no...
The group reluctantly allowed the old man to travel with them. After leaving, they discovered that the Imperial soldiers had been defeated.
Katalina: No way... w-who could have...
Yodarha: Kehehe! Looks like someone came by and finished them off!
And so, the fisherman Yodarha joined (Captain) and companions on their journey.
Confused that the old man was able to see right through her sword technique, Katalina remarked that he couldn't be simply an ordinary person.

Speak Up[edit]

(Captain)'s party arrives at a certain town. Yodarha notices a young boy looking glum, and begins telling a tale as if for an audience. His tale, told in a clear and unfaltering voice, gets the attention of passersby who stop to listen. However, the ruffians that control the business of the town appears and attempts to bully him into leaving.

The party arrives at a certain town. Noticing a glum-looking young boy, Yodarha walks up and starts telling a story.
This story's called "The Phantasmagoric Fencer and the Dual-wielding Master Swordsman". As he told the tale of their battle, passersby stopped to listen.
Yodarha: Now, the phantasmagoric fencer readies his sword and faces the young master swordsman!
Yodarha: A tense and deadly silence as they circle around each other.
Yodarha: The young swordsman strikes first! Quick as lightning, he unsheathes his weapons and leaps forward!
Boy: Wow...! Then what happened?!
Man: I need to finish shopping... But I gotta hear the rest of this!
Yodarha: The swordsman's weapons are dragon-slaying swords of legend! They slice through the air in a flash and seek their target, but the fencer anticipates the attack!
Yodarha: He evades the strike at the last possible moment, catching the legendary blade with his own...
Ruffian: Stop right there! Hey geezer! So you're the one storytelling in the middle of the street!
Ruffian: Hey... You trying to make money telling stories here? I didn't give you permission... You're done here! Scram!
Yodarha: Hm? I'm just telling this boy about a story I remembered.
Ruffian: Don't give me that! Look at this audience you gathered!
Yodarha: Kehehe... Son, I'm just a fisherman. I'm not gonna take money for a story like this.
Yodarha: Hmmm... Did you actually come here to listen too? You should have just said so.
Ruffian: You think this is a joke, you little geezer?! Looks like I need to teach you a lesson!
Yodarha: Kehehe... What good would you get out of beating up an old fisherman like me?
Ruffian: Shut up! This is my territory! You think I'm just gonna sit by while you make money storytelling here?
Yodarha: I told you already, I'm just a fisherman. See, here's my fishing pole...
As he speaks, Yodarha produces a fishing pole to show the ruffian.
Ruffian: Agh! Ow! Hey! Damn you! You pricked my foot with that needle!
Yodarha: Hrm? Sorry about that. I guess my hand slipped.
Yodarha: Don't worry, I just need to twist this a bit and it's come right out...
Ruffian: Stop that. I'll do it myself!
Yodarha: Oh, that's odd... Just gotta twist it reeeal good like this...
Ruffian: Stop!!
Yodarha: Oh! There, it came right out! That wasn't so bad, was it? Kehehehe!
Ruffian: What's with this geezer?! That's it! Get him!
Yodarha: So dramatic, throwing a fit over a little prick of a needle.

Speak Up: Scene 2[edit]

The ruffians gang up on Yodarha, but he evades their attacks with a nonchalant expression. As if to mock the ruffians struggling against an old man, Yodarha begins to tell another story. The story is about a martial arts master's battle to stop his disciple that betrayed his teachings and led a group of corrupted thugs. Yodarha then proclaims that he will re-enact the rest of the story, and turns to face the group of ruffians.

Ruffian: Damn you! Stop running around!
Yodarha: Kehehe! Having trouble catching an old man like me?
Ruffian: What's with him...? It's like he can read our moves...
Yodarha: You'd make a bad fisherman, young one. You won't accomplish anything by swinging around wildly like that.
Yodarha: Now... Are you done? I'd like to finish telling the story.
Ruffian: Enough of this! If you won't shut your mouth... Hey! Get over here!
Yodarha: Hm? You didn't like that story? Then let me tell a different one.
Ruffian: Huh?! That's not what I mean!
Yodarha: Kehehe! Oh, but you might like this one!
Yodarha: Being surrounded by you ruffians reminds me of another story.
Ruffian: You little... You're still talking?!
Yodarha: Ahem... Long, long ago... there was a grand master whose name was well known across the lands!
Ruffian: Hey! You guys, stop that damned geezer!
Yodarha: Day after day, he trained with his countless disciples who upheld a code of honor and justice.
Underling 1: I'll shut you up!
Yodarha: But one day, one of his disciples turned his back to his master's teachings!
Yodarha: The one who betrays him is none other than his most talented and trusted student!
Underling 2: That geezer! How can he still talk while running around like this?!
Yodarha: That disciple leads a band of thugs to terrorize and take over the town...
Yodarha: But the master enters their den alone in order to stop his foolish pupil!
Boy: Whoa...! Amazing! He's slipping away from them like a fish!
Yodarha: What happens next in the story, you ask...? Well, let me show you! Kehehehe!

Speak Up: Scene 3[edit]

The ruffians that ruled over the town's businesses were taught a lesson by Yodarha. The young boy with the gloomy expression is now in a happy mood. He states that the master from the earlier story is Yodarha himself, but the old man laughs and replies that he's just a fisherman.

And so, the ruffians that ruled over the town's businesses were taught a lesson by Yodarha.
Katalina: I knew that you're no ordinary man, but... Yodarha, who exactly are you?
Boy: Haha! Isn't it obvious? He's the master from that story!
Yodarha: Hrm? Don't be silly, young boy. That was just an imitation.
Yodarha: The real master is even more amazing! Kehehehe!
Yodarha: Anyways, young lady... You haven't been fishing lately, have you?
Katalina: Uh, you see... There weren't many places to fish, and...
Boy: Oh! If you wanna go fishing, I know a good spot! Want me to show you?
Yodarha: Hrm? Sure, why don't you take us now?
Boy: Yeah! Hey! Can you tell me the rest of that story from earlier?
Yodarha: Kehehe... Sure. Why don't we fish together? With that young lady over there.
Boy: Yay! I'm good at fishing! I love casting the bait! Like this!
Yodarha: Kehehehe! Hey, your form is pretty good!
And so, the party decides to enjoy some fishing with the boy.
As they head to the pond, Katalina can't help but comment.

Side-scrolling Quotes[edit]

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あの娘っ子は釣りが上達したかの? Has Katalina gotten any better at fishing?
いい釣り場を知っとるか? Know any good fishing spots?
きっちっち!剣先がブレとるぞ! A-hyuk-hyuk, your hands are shaking!
ワシの指導の賜物じゃな Am I a good teacher or what?
わしゃただの釣り人じゃよ I'm just a fisherman.
昔々のそのまた昔… A long, long time ago...
あの娘っ子、いい筋しておるわ I can tell Katalina's quite skilled.
ほれほれ、手本を見せてやろう Hand over the lure. I'll show you how it's done.
お前さんも釣るか?(主人公) Will you be fishing too, (Captain)?
(主人公)よ、お前さん迷いが無いな I can see you have no doubts, (Captain).