Instruct

Study requests

  • I've known how to swing a sword since I was a boy, but I still have a lot to learn before I can be called a master. I would ask you to help me temper my sword skills.
  • I have never been interested in magic, but I do recognize that a swordsman who understands it has an advantage over one who doesn't. Help me hone my skills in reason, in addition to the sword.
  • As with the sword, I was trained in the bow from a young age. I have a good grasp of it, but there's always room for improvement. Might be a good time to work on my aim.

Perfect

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    It was nothing.
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    It was nothing.
Praise
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    Of course I got it. No need to butter me up.
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    Of course I got it. No need to butter me up.

Great

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    Quite intriguing. Thank you.
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    Quite intriguing. Thank you.
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    This could be useful. Maybe.
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    This could be useful. Maybe.

Bad

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    I thought I had it.
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    I thought I had it.
Critique
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    I know. I agree.
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    I know. I agree.
Console
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    You pity me. I'm pathetic.
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    You pity me. I'm pathetic.

Budding Talent

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    A new power that I could use.
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    A new power that I could use.

Questions and Answers

Asking Question:

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    I have a question.
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    I have a question.

Responses

Neutral:

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    I get it.
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    I get it.

Like Answer:

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    I see.
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    I see.

Dislike Answer:

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    Wow. I asked the wrong person.
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    Wow. I asked the wrong person.

Part I

Accompanied by:
Ingrid
  • Magic is not my forte. Being a gifted swordsman, I think my time is best served practicing swordplay technique. Why should I waste my time attending lectures, just to improve my magic skills from mediocre to average?
    • Knowing magic will make you a stronger swordsman.
    • You should step outside your comfort zone.
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    • Stop complaining and go to class.

Part II

Accompanied by:
Catherine
Dimitri
  • I've had this sword for a long time. It is as much a part of me as the hand that holds it. But a good swordsmith could craft a weapon that's more effective and durable. Should I stick with my old, familiar sword, or acquire a better one?
    • Get the new weapon. Give yourself time to train with it.
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    • Keep using the sword you're accustomed to.
    • Why not use both?
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