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Claude
Well done, everyone. The Great Bridge of Myrddin is ours.
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Leonie
I was prepared for bloodshed, but that was more than expected... I guess I'm still not used to this.
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Ignatz
Even our enemies were fighting for their own cause. They held out without fleeing until the bitter end...
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Leonie
That is true. I wouldn't want to become the type of person who feels nothing when someone dies.
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Ignatz
Yes... We can't afford to stall here.
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Claude
Now it's on me to return to Alliance territory and convince those lords to join us.
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Claude
Lorenz, would you return home for the time being and lay the groundwork with your father?
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Lorenz
Fine. After all, this is for the Alliance. Or rather, for all of Fódlan.
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Claude
For those of you who live in Alliance territories, I ask that you return to your houses, and spread the word about the current situation.
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Claude
Until we finish our preparations, Judith and the knights will do everything in their power to defend the Great Bridge.
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Judith
That's a casual way to dole out such a deadly mission, boy.
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Claude
Do you object?
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Judith
Just who do you think I am? I won't let the Empire pass this way, even if it costs me my life.
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Claude
Too bad you're not allowed to die. Fight like your life depends on it, but flee if you're ever truly in danger.
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Judith
A tall order, as always. I'll use my best discretion, Claude.
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Seteth
We have no objections either. Go forth and secure us a sufficiently powerful army.
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Alois
You'll hear no objections from us. Go ahead and secure us a powerful army.
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Raphael
I'll stay here too. The only ones I'd be going home to are my little sis and my grandpa.
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Claude
Are you sure you don't want to see your sister? It may be a while before you can return home again.
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Raphael
But if I see her, I may not want to come back. So I'll wait till I'm done here.
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Claude
Actually, I'd like for you to come with me, Teach. To help negotiate with the lords.
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Claude
They're followers of the Church of Seiros, after all. It'll make things easier if we have someone there to speak on Rhea's behalf.
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Claude
All right, everyone. Let's meet back at the monastery next month. Good luck out there.
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Byleth enters the scene
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Nader
Is that you, kiddo?
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Claude
I have returned, Nardel.
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Nader
Oh, ah, Master Claude. It's you. I mistook you for one of the local children. My apologies.
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Claude
It seems you have adjusted to your work here. Our recent strategy was successful, thanks to you.
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Nader
I was a bit concerned when House Goneril's army intervened from the east.
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Claude
Count Gloucester must have requested reinforcements from them.
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Nader
Yes, and they have that young general who won some acclaim from his battles in Almyra...
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Nader
Regardless, they showed no signs of seriously wishing to attack us, and merely fulfilled their obligations to House Gloucester.
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Nader
Now then...who is this handsome fella?
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Nader
Now then...who is this lovely lady?
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Claude
This is my professor, who I asked to join me at the roundtable conference.
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Claude
Teach, this is Nardel, that retainer Judith was talking about.
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Nader
Hm, how polite. I've heard good things about you from Master Claude.
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Nader
You'll make me blush if you keep staring like that. Though, I suppose people like me are something of a rarity here.
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Claude
As you can see, he wasn't born in Fódlan. Still, trust me when I say he is highly capable.
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Nader
True. In fact, my capability is my only redeeming quality.
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Nader
I hope you'll continue to look after Master Claude, Professor.