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Byleth, Claude, Edelgard, Dimitri enter the scene
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Claude
Well done, Your Princeliness. I'm certainly not in any hurry to get on your bad side.
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Edelgard
I assumed you would attack us head-on.
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Edelgard
I clearly need to rethink my opinion of you. Well done, Dimitri.
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Dimitri
You both deserve equal praise for a battle well fought. All three houses did extremely well.
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Dimitri
Don't you agree, Professor?
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Edelgard
Not strong enough, clearly. If there's ever a next time, know that I plan to wipe that smile from your face.
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Claude
It's an honor to hear that from a fighter such as yourself! But there's no getting around it. The Blue Lions were better prepared.
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Dimitri
It only seemed that way because of the caliber of your command. Even now, we must not allow ourselves to become complacent.
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Claude
In any case, I hope the day never comes when we have to put this experience to use.
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Edelgard
I wouldn't mind. I'll accept a challenge from either of you at any time. Heh, I'm kidding, of course!
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Dimitri
That is nothing to joke about. The true Battle of the Eagle and Lion is best left in the past.
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Dimitri
In fact, I wouldn't be surprised if they eventually change the name of this mock battle.
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Claude
How admirable, Teach! On that note, I have a proposition.
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Claude
When we get back to Garreg Mach, let's have a grand feast to break down the walls between our respective houses.
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Claude
And by a "grand" feast, I mean a fairly regular feast in the dining hall.
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Edelgard
You really value that kind of thing, don't you? Well, I suppose no harm can come from it. Count me in.
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Dimitri
I have no objections either. And you, Professor?
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Dimitri
Oh! Well, I'm not sure that's the point... Uh, Professor? Was that...a joke?
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Dimitri
You look so...happy. I love seeing you like this.
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Dimitri
I suppose that look on your face is just another boon from this glorious day. Perhaps the best one of all.