I have lost my dominion. My nobility may seem like
nothing more than a title.
But I will never lose my noble heart.
I will stop Edelgard, even if it costs me my life.
I have turned my blade against her now. I cannot go
back on that decision.
Professor... Do you think I chose the wrong path?
You are right...
The promise was made five years ago, but I must say
I'm rather impressed by how many of us managed to
Personally, I only showed up because I hoped to see
you again, Professor.
I've been with my family in the Empire until
recently. I admit to feeling a little guilty betraying
Her Majesty...but only a little.
Now that we're all together again, I suppose the
fighting will begin soon.
Hey, Professor! You won't believe what happened!
I figured I couldn't go back to the Empire after
Garreg Mach fell, so I started drifting across the
Kingdom and Alliance.
Then I just happened to run into our old class, so we
came back to the monastery together!
Ah, at last, I return to my domain! My lonely
paradise! My realm of exquisite solitude!
Huh? Professor? Is that, um. Is that you?
You, um. You didn't hear that just now, did you?
Oh! Forget you heard anything!
Right. You didn't? Well, um. Good.
Professor! Oh my! It's so good to see you.
These days, so many old friends seem to be
disappearing. But you... You're here!
It's incredible to see you again after five years!
I have a feeling your name will go down in history.
Edelgard is controlling the Empire. She is putting
the pressure on the Kingdom and Alliance.
Empire and religion are at open war. It will be...
difficult for us at first.
But corrupt nobles are many. That means the
common people will rebel and be joining our side.
With you, Professor, the battle tides will...ah, will
turn. I have certainty.
Hello. I have a request concerning that...creature.
I can hardly look at the thing in the state it's in.
Do something about it.
Don't just give up like that.
We tracked the boar for five years. I thought he
was dead. In the state he's in, he might as well be.
He's gotten better at killing people, and in exchange,
surrendered what little humanity he had.
Is...is Dedue really gone?
There's so much more I wanted to say to him.
He was always so tender with the flowers in the
greenhouse. I wonder how they're doing...
We were classmates, of course, but I never really had
the chance to get to know him.
Hey, Professor. It's been a while. It's really good to
see you again.
Hey, Professor. It's been a while. It's really good to
see you again. Gorgeous as ever, might I add.
An awful lot has happened in these past five years.
There were so many times I wished you were around.
I'm glad you're back. Your skills are worth more than
a whole army.
I finally managed to meet up with everyone again,
but they're all so gloomy.
Hey, Professor. Care to join me for a cup of tea?
We could invite the others, and the soldiers.
Doesn't it? There probably isn't time to bake any
Don't be like that, Professor. When things are tough,
that's exactly when we need to keep our spirits up
Oh! I should invite Dimitri to come along as well.
Though I don't suppose he'll want to join in...
Now that I think about it, His Highness was right.
We probably don't have time to waste on cleaning...
Maybe I wasn't taking the situation seriously enough.
After all, the Imperial army could be showing up at
I was just so happy to see you again. And everyone
else too. Maybe I got carried away.
Oh, really? That's so nice to hear!
Well, I suppose Lady Rhea would be pretty shocked
if she came back to find the place filthy!
These past five years, many Kingdom houses have
become vassals of the Empire.
The major houses of Fraldarius, Gautier, Charon,
and my own family, Galatea, remain loyal...
But the lords of the minor domains in the west have
almost entirely defected.
After all the royal family has done for them, they
respond with betrayal. And to think they have the
gall to call themselves nobles.
But we still have His Highness, and you, Professor.
I'm sure we can take back the Kingdom's lands.
The Alliance is such a mess. How are we supposed to
know where's safe and where's not?
I should probably just move my little sis and
grandpa to Garreg Mach.
At least I could keep working on becoming a proper
knight without having to worry about them!
I gotta find them a house once things calm down
Oh, Professor! Seeing everyone together again,
it's like I'm in a dream.
I feel it's time for me to forge my own path and find
my own place in this world.
Yes. They're in the Alliance, but they're merchants,
so they have the means to escape if need be.
I sent him a letter. I'm still waiting on a reply,
but I don't think he'd object to my being here.
It'll be valuable for him, having someone outside the
Alliance to keep him abreast of new information.
I should probably keep things to myself, but in
What matters to me, more than anything, is ensuring
a peaceful, quiet future for my parents.
I don't care about the Kingdom. I simply want to
remove the threat of the Empire.
Because of this, Dimitri's fixation on Edelgard is
convenient to me.
I fight for my own reasons and no others.
Professor... Is there any reason for me to
I want to be useful of course, but I'm not sure anyone
That was my adoptive father's decision. He has
decided there is no future in the Alliance...
If you really mean that, I will stay and do my best
Garreg Mach is a mess. So is Dimitri, honestly.
If not for you arriving, Professor, I'd be heading
home about now.
Though staying here is still more appealing than
living with my big brother.
I'm so glad I found you here, Professor. Now I don't
have to worry about what to do with myself.
Captain Jeralt told me to look out for you, after all.
So now my purpose is clear. I'll do everything I can
to protect you!
Five long years, I've searched for you and the
archbishop. It is a pleasure to see you again.
The Church of Seiros will follow you from now on,
but please do not abandon the search for Lady Rhea.
Thank you. I know the battles ahead will be dire, but
we will support you with all our strength.
Wherever she is, Rhea is doubtlessly waiting for you.
Please do not let her down.
Professor, I am so glad you are unharmed!
No matter the path you walk, I will be with you
every step of the way.
Anything you ask of me, I shall see it through.
You saved my life, and I am in your debt.
Thankfully, it appears the records and equipment I
need for my research have not been damaged.
I am most curious though. You say you were asleep
for five whole years? Incredible.
Perhaps this is another effect of your Crest. I do look
forward to investigating you in greater detail.
Wonderful news! I am most excited to begin.
We must find the time, of course.
I'll have to be content with observing you wherever
you go, then. I cannot waste any opportunity!
My, Professor. You haven't changed a bit!
At your age, I'd expect your whole demeanor
to have changed greatly over five years...
Though I suppose I haven't changed either, right?
Thank you for noticing, by the way.
Ah, just the two of us, forever young. Oh, let me
have my fun.
We have given a proper burial to the Imperial
soldiers killed in the monastery. The ones who were
sent to investigate the thieves.
Already, rumors spread that they were
So regardless of whether there are spies observing us,
the Imperial army will know of this soon enough.
Your Highness... Dimitri... How could you
be so reckless?
I'd given up on ever seeing you again. Where have
you been hiding?
Anyway, now that we're reunited in the land of
the living, I must fulfill my promise!
The promise I made to the captain, to keep you safe!
I can't believe you've forgotten. How cold...
That's right! I promised the captain I'd protect you
in his stead, and now I'll make good on my word!
In Lady Rhea's absence, I will follow you.
That's what she would want me to do.
Know that wherever you might lead us, I'll continue
searching for Lady Rhea.
Good, because I will not budge on that point.
Welcome back, Professor.
I don't care how much trouble it is! I will rescue
Lady Rhea, at all costs.
I'm more of a mercenary than a knight these days. I
work to get paid.
I never was too attached to Fódlan. I was considering
But I might change my mind if you're around.
I don't know anything about rebuilding, but I can
sure do my best to clean up the mess.
I'm gonna keep Lady Rhea's room spotless, so she
can use it right away whenever she gets back.
Greetings, Professor! Nothing to report!
You know, it's such a thrill to be able to greet you
like this again!
I almost died as well in the battle five years ago,
but I won't allow any enemies to get into this
place again. I promise you that!
Even if the Death Knight shows up, I'll be sure to...
Well, for now I'll keep training so I can eventually
feel confident that I can stop him!
Things we can't obtain here are likely obtainable by
way of the underground.
Are you unfamiliar with Garreg Mach's
underground? The place is an absolute paradise
for those who can't stay above ground.
Those Abyssian idiots. All they ever do is
We'd best purge the entire underbelly of
It seems that in the last five years, the monks here
have left this place for the town below.
However, once they learn of our return,
perhaps they'll come back.
I hope the monastery can return to normal
During his search for Her Grace, the archbishop,
Seteth has visited churches all across the land.
It served to demonstrate to the devout across Fódlan
that the Church of Seiros is still going strong.
As a result, the faithful are not currently in
a state of chaos.
In the Alliance, the lords have been at odds, so peace
and prosperity have declined there as well.
In particular, bandits have been appearing in large
numbers near the Great Bridge of Myrddin.
Rumor has it that the domain's lord, someone by
the name of Acheron, is a completely ineffectual
During the millennium festival, the leaders of all
territories were supposed to gather together and
pledge perpetual peace.
But now that hope has been dashed, thanks to the
The Alliance is also divided on the subject of
the Empire, so internal conflicts are a regular
You've been snoozing awhile, so allow me to fill you
in. There's a madman roaming Faerghus.
Imperial troops entering Kingdom settlements are
destroyed seemingly overnight.
Townspeople on the front lines are terrified, and yet
they simultaneously treat this as though he's some
sort of hero blazing through the land.
Can't imagine their surprise when they realized it
was their own prince.
These past five years have been so chaotic, even the
bounty hunters backed off. I kinda miss the chase.
I don't have family ties worth fighting for, so these
muscles are up for grabs. Use me as you see fit, pal.
You're a smart one. Just point me at a problem and
I'll smash it up for ya.
By that, you mean, "Thank you, Magnanimous King
of Grappling!" Yeah? Well, you're welcome.
If you're worried my skills have dulled from disuse,
think again. I've been fighting thieves to stay sharp.
Ahaha! You have the look of someone relieved
to see me.
Before you ask, yes. My superior spellcraft is yours.
It's your reward for waiting so patiently for me.
I'm sure that you need me, and that is enough.
I recommend that you accept my generous offer.
Your quick acceptance of the truth is gratifying.
But my assistance has a price. I expect you to aid me
in fulfilling my dream of restoring House Nuvelle.
You're back, finally! I've been waiting for so long.
I thought you might have died. But I didn't have
anywhere else to go, so...I stayed here.
I'll think about forgiving you.
You're welcome. It wasn't easy.
I've been kinda lonely. As you might have noticed,
we've lost a few people down here.
Hey, Professor. How's it going? Making lots of coin?
I'd love to catch up, but I'm super busy right now.
Working. For money. You understand.
There's unrest everywhere these days. All of my
fellow merchants seem to be endangered.
I hope things go back to normal soon. People need
more to smile about, aside from my great deals.
Abyss? You're interested in that place, are you?
Ancient sprawling remains deep below
Garreg Mach... That's Abyss.
Some folks have made their home there. Obviously
they all have their reasons and tales to tell.
But only the most enterprising merchant
would venture near it. My advice? Avoid
going there yourself.
Hey, you. Listen up. I've got something to report.
It's you. You're still alive! It's been five whole years,
hasn't it? Time flies when you're standing guard.
That's right. I've been here the whole time. Day in
and day out. Not like I have anywhere else to be.
Seems to me things are pretty tough up top, anyhow.
These days, it's probably cozier down here than it is
up there. How's that for a change of pace?
A lot of folks cleared out once the fighting started.
People are saying it was the church that used to keep
order around here.
But it's Yuri who's saving us from complete chaos.
Ah, I see. So you are Jeralt's child. You so resemble
I did indeed. I was acquainted with your parents.
I've been wanting to speak with you for a while now.
I am nothing more than a common monk. I knew
your parents...once upon a time.
I've been gone from the monastery for some time
now because... Well, it matters not.
Might I...ask a favor of you?
Do you mind terribly picking up some fresh flowers
to place upon your mother's grave?
I am certain she'd be deeply moved to receive a gift
Thank you so much. This is just the type of flower
she once loved so dearly.
I can rest easy now.
I must be off. Take especially good care of yourself,
Please, look after Jeralt. She'd have wanted that.