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Byleth, Alois, Shamir enter the scene
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Alois
Good gracious, I didn't expect it to become such a large-scale battle.
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Shamir
It seems they caused the merchants unnecessary confusion by disguising themselves as Almyrans.
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Alois
We taught the pirates a lesson though. That should calm them down a bit.
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Alois
I know this was more than you signed up for, but you really saved us!
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Shamir
Thanks for your help. This can't be how you were expecting your day to go.
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Alois
Patient and understanding, just like Captain Jeralt. We owe you a token of our appreciation, I think.
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Alois
Take the reward from the Merchants' Association. Share it with your students, if you like.
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Shamir
Take it. We'll collect our reward from the Eastern Church.
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Shamir
Besides, Alois could never keep it for himself.
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Alois
Of course not! We knights serve as the sword and shield of Saint Seiros herself.
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Alois
We pride ourselves on our integrity! We reject all rewards that are not perfectly legitimate!
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Shamir
In other words, he's a coward who would feel guilty and lose sleep over it.
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Alois
Hmph.
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Shamir
That's also one of his many merits.
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Alois
Shamir, you don't mince words. Though it does seem like you've learned how to show a little respect.
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Shamir
Must've learned that from you.
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Alois
I don't remember teaching you that. Anyway, Professor, keep the compensation. I'd say you've earned it.
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Alois
Those merchants really needed your help. For all the buying and selling they do, they're not so good at trading blows!
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Alois
Get it, "trading blows"? They... And merchants, they... Oh, forget it.
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Shamir
We have to prepare for our next mission. Until next time, Professor.
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