Roy: Phew, I’ve finished outlining the troops’ positions…
Sue: Master Roy.
Roy: !? Oh, Sue.
Sue: What’s the matter? You have a strange look on your face.
Roy: No, it’s just that I was a little surprised that you came up and spoke to me.
Roy: Yeah… I never see you speaking with other people. You don’t like talking that much?
Sue: That’s not the case.
Roy: It isn’t?
Sue: It’s just that I like talking with other things more.
Roy: Other things?
Sue: The breeze, the trees, the sky, the brooks… They are all speaking to us.
Roy: They are?
Sue: Yes. If you listen, you’ll hear them. You can’t hear them because you’re not listening. See you.
Roy: Huh? I thought you had something to tell me…
Sue: I just told you.
Sue: Be sure to listen to nature, and you’ll hear all sorts of voices. You’ll feel better after that. If you’re stressed all the time, you won’t be able to hear anything.
Roy: Sue… Was she trying to cheer me up because I was tired…?
Sue: Master Roy?
Roy: Thanks for cheering me up the other day.
Sue: …You look better.
Sue: Your feel…it’s become better.
Roy: My feel? What do you mean?
Sue: It has become softer.
Roy: Do you think so? I can’t really tell.
Sue: Perhaps things like these cannot be recognized by those who work the land as compared to those who run through it.
Sue: What is it?
Roy: It’s the first time I’ve seen you smile.
Roy: Yes. Your smile has a good ‘feel’ to it, too.
Sue: …Thank you.
Roy: What are you going to do when this war is over?
Sue: I’ll return to Sacae.
Roy: But the Kutolah clan was destroyed by Bern…
Sue: We’ll gather everyone together again. Perhaps there is no more Kutolah clan, but not everyone of the Kutolah is dead.
Roy: Well…I guess that’s right.
Sue: Why do you ask?
Roy: I was just thinking that if you don’t have any place to go, you can come to Pherae.
Sue: Pherae…your hometown.
Roy: Right. It’s not a huge city, but it’s a nice and peaceful place.
Sue: Yes… But my heart is the plains of Sacae.
Roy: Oh, okay. But if you ever change your mind, just tell me.
Sue: Master Roy.
Sue: Thanks for cheering me up.
Roy: You’re very welcome.