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Byleth, Claude enter the scene
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Claude
Thanks for all your hard work, Teach. Sorry for dragging you along with me.
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Claude
I had no idea it would turn into a fight. But hey, at least we got some treasure out of it.
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Claude
I'll leave this in your capable hands. Do with it as you will.
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Claude
You know our friends even better than I do.
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Claude
Give it to whoever you think it'll suit best.
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Claude
How would we do that?
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Claude
More importantly, I didn't go there looking for treasure. Not really.
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Claude
Legends about the saints abound. It's hard to tell fact from fiction.
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Claude
I like to confirm whatever I can, with my own eyes, to find the truth in those legends.
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What did you find out?
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Claude
Not a thing.
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Claude
We didn't find anything concrete to prove that Saint Macuil had been there.
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Claude
We can't say for certain that the treasure we found was Macuil's either.
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Claude
I do wish we could have spoken to that Wind Caller a bit more.
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Could it have been Saint Macuil?
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Claude
Ha! Unlikely. Macuil lived thousands of years ago.
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Claude
And I've never heard anything about the saints being monsters like that.
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Claude
Wait a minute... Could the Wind Caller have anything to do with the Immaculate One?
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Claude
The Immaculate One is a monster sent by the goddess... Could the Wind Caller be...
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Claude
Where was it that I heard that stuff about them having been sent by the goddess...
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Claude
Ugh, maybe I'm too tired. My head is heavy and I can't think straight anymore.
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Let's call it a day for now. I've got plenty of time to think this over.