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Byleth, Linhardt, Leonie enter the scene
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Linhardt
Aren't you happy, Leonie? That's quite a bow, and it was completely free.
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Leonie
I'll say. I've never seen anything like it.
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Leonie
But is it really OK for me to take this?
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Linhardt
I would say so, wouldn't you? After all, you went through an awful lot to get it.
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Leonie
I know, but... Professor, maybe you should hold on to it for me. At least for a while.
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Leonie
It's not a weapon just anyone can use. I can see that.
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Leonie
I want to be more confident in my strength before I really call it my own.
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Leonie
Even holding it right now makes me feel unworthy. I'd really appreciate you looking after it for me.
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I understand.
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Leonie
Thanks, Professor. And everyone else who helped too. I'm really grateful.
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Leonie
Linhardt, I'm sorry I forced you to come along.
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Leonie
But seeing such a kind-hearted person like you... Well, let's just say my opinion of the nobility's shifted a bit.
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Linhardt
I'm not sure I completely understand, Leonie, but it sounds like praise, so I will take it as such.
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Leonie
Now, let's get back to work! I need all the training I can get!
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Leonie leaves the scene
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Linhardt
She already possesses the strength to use that bow...
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Linhardt
She went through the trouble of fighting a saint so she could claim that weapon as her own.
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A saint?
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Linhardt
Or maybe you'd call it a "saintly" beast. In any case...
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Linhardt
When the time is right, can you fill in Edelgard about what happened?
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Linhardt
Oh, and please do let me use that bow.
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Linhardt
It's not exactly a Hero's Relic, but it is still rather fascinating, isn't it?
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Linhardt
I would love to learn to what extent the bow's connection to the Crest influences the weapon and perhaps even...
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Linhardt
Oh, it's been too much of a day, hasn't it? I'm feeling tired, so let's talk about this later... Good night.