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Study requests

    Perfect

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      I am good now, am I?
    Praise
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      I appreciate the praise, Professor.

    Great

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      That was good exercise.
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      I would like to do this again sometime, Professor.

    Bad

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      Hmm. I find it difficult to believe I was wrong.
    Critique
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      I must continue my training.
    Console
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      No consolation is needed.

    Budding Talent

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      Hmm. I did not realize I possessed such a strength.

    Questions and Answers

    Asking Question:

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      Professor, may I ask you something?

    Responses

    Neutral:

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      Hmm... I see.

    Like Answer:

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      Quite correct. Thank you.

    Dislike Answer:

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      No, I believe that is incorrect.

    Part I

    Accompanied by:
    Seteth
    Alois
    • For the purpose of educating young aristocrats, the church borrows a number of soldiers from each country. As these soldiers from different origins gather in one place, animosity and fighting become frequent. It is...a problem.
      • Help the soldiers socialize. It's harder to fight a friend.
      • Keep the troops separated. Fighting is for the battlefield.
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      • Some conflicts are inevitable.
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    Part II

    Accompanied by:
    Shamir
    • Considering the current situation and the forces at our command, we will need to rely on mercenaries. However, they have no loyalty to territory or master. I cannot help but feel ill-at-ease about hiring sell swords.
      • Motivate them by denying compensation if they revolt.
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      • Let's figure out a clear and suitable way to use them.
      • Mercenary or not, some people will betray your trust.