Fire Emblem: Blazing Sword
Support conversations- Eliwood and Lyn
Eliwood: Lyndis? Something the matter?
Lyn: I was watching your swordplay just now. Youíre quite good. I had no idea you could handle a sword so well.
Eliwood: Iíve had my share of practice. Just... Iím not sure how well it will serve me in real battle.
Lyn: Where did you learn that style?
Eliwood: My father taught me the basics. Then, I received some instruction from Marcus. I spar once every two months with Hector, too.
Lyn: Sparring, huh? Interested in a new partner?
Eliwood: Who, you? I donít have a problem with that.
Lyn: Just so long as you donít go easy on me. Iím very serious when I spar. Wouldnít want you to get hurt.
Eliwood: Of course, I understand. Iíll be ready.
Lyn: Eliwood, youíre well
informed about the other lords of Lycia, are you not? Are there any
lordlings close to my age, besides you and Hector?
Eliwood: Of course. Thereís quite a few.
Lyn: Then, some are women, I take it? If they enjoyed swordplay as much as I do, weíd become fast friends. What do you think? Know anyone?
Eliwood: Hmm... Let me see...
Lyn: Someone skilled in the spear, or axe, or bow would be fine, too, of course.
Eliwood: I donít know any ladies skilled in the martial arts. Most of them never leave the castle, for that matter. The only time I see them are at the banquets and such.
Lyn: Banquets... I see. Those are no place for someone from the plains, like me. Oh well... Chancellor Reissmann tells me I need to learn manners. I have to attend all these affairs in place of my ill grandfather, you see. The chancellor doesnít think I act enough like a lady of Caelin. Thatís why I was hoping to find a lady that could teach me.
Eliwood: Youíve got your work cut out for you.
Lyn: Say, could you teach me, Eliwood? Teach me how to act like a lady!
Eliwood: You think I know!?
Lyn: ...No, I guess you wouldnít. Ahhh... My grandfather must be vexed to have me as a grandchild. My late mother was gentle, well mannered, and beautiful...
Eliwood: Well, youíre beautiful, Lyndis.
Lyn: Wha--? E-Eliwood! What did you--?
Eliwood: Yeah, when we were sparring this last time, I was thinking... The way you move, so like the wind. It was like watching a beautiful dance.
Lyn: Oh! My swordplay is beautiful... Right, you have leave to say that.