Ferdinand von Aegir
Heir to House Aegir
Share a Meal
volume_upAs a noble, I try to ensure my manners are perfect. Here I can relax a bit, however.
volume_upDelicious! After a scrumptious meal like that, I feel that I can really seize the day.
volume_upUgh. This food is not to my liking, but I will keep at it. Perhaps it is an acquired taste...
volume_upFerdinand: I know why you sat us next to each other. You want to see who can eat more quickly.
volume_upEdelgard: Ferdinand. Please stop making everything a competition against me.
volume_upEdelgard: Ferdinand, I hope you'll take this opportunity to speak freely to me.
volume_upFerdinand: Tch! I do not require your permission to speak my mind.
volume_upEdelgard: Ferdinand, you can say what you like about me some other time. For now, let's just enjoy a nice meal.
volume_upFerdinand: You do not understand! It is my solemn duty as a noble to explain why you are wrong.
volume_upFerdinand: Why are we seated beside each other? I cannot enjoy my food with you sitting here.
volume_upHubert: Just shut up and eat.
volume_upHubert: Can we put our quarrel on hold, Ferdinand, at least while the professor is present?
volume_upFerdinand: Of course we can, Hubert. We will finish eating and then continue fighting elsewhere.
volume_upHubert: I know you prefer tea. I'll prepare some, if you like.
volume_upFerdinand: No, I will have coffee. It has been a while. You sit here while I pour us each a cup.
volume_upFerdinand: Food tastes best when you are sharing it with others. Do you not think so, Dorothea?
volume_upDorothea: Yes. Present company excluded, of course.
volume_upFerdinand: The food here is simple but well-prepared. A meal can be delicious without being fancy.
volume_upDorothea: Come again? I've never heard a nobleman say anything like that.
volume_upDorothea: Sharing a meal with your allies makes you forget the differences in where you're all from.
volume_upFerdinand: So, you finally approve of me?! Let us toast to that!
volume_upLorenz: Pristine manners are essential, even if the quality of the food is poor. Wouldn't you agree, Ferdinand?
volume_upFerdinand: Indeed. We may not care for the meal, but we must show our respect for the person who cooked it.
volume_upFerdinand: I am sure the chef is quite capable. There is only so much you can do with mediocre ingredients. Perhaps I am expecting too much.
volume_upLorenz: We will just have to refresh ourselves with fine tea. I have brought the very best.
volume_upLorenz: To share a table with you is a comfort in these difficult times.
volume_upFerdinand: I feel precisely the same, Lorenz. Such cheerful moments give me the will to keep going.
- Grilled Herring
- Saghert and Cream
- Vegetable Pasta Salad
- Onion Gratin Soup
- Sweet Bun Trio
- Fruit and Herring Tart
- Fisherman's Bounty
- Pheasant Roast with Berry Sauce
- Fish Sandwich
- Daphnel Stew
- Sautéed Pheasant and Eggs
- Vegetable Stir-Fry
- Bourgeois Pike