Guy & Rath

C Support

Guy: Where… is this place? I’m lost out here! What’ll I do if I can’t find the rest of the troop? Ah, but I’m hungry!
Rath: …
Guy: Wah! Say, you look like you come from Sacae…
Rath: … What’s your name?
Guy: Warrior Guy, of the Kutolah tribe!
Rath: The Kutolah?
Guy: Yes! One of the three tribes of Sacae! Led by the Silver Wolf, Lord Dayan himself!
Rath: …I’m Rath.
Guy: Rath? Say, Rath…you…you aren’t Kutolah, too, are you?
Rath: …
Guy: Our chieftain had a son named Rath, you see. He left the tribe when I was young, so I don’t know what he looks like…
Rath: …Come.
Guy: Eh?
Rath: You’re lost, aren’t you? …Follow me.
Guy: You’ll help me? Really? For free?
Rath: How could I leave a fellow tribesman?
Guy: T-That’s very kind of you. Y-You’re very, very nice! It makes me proud to be a man of Sacae! Say, Rath, I won’t forget this!
Rath: …

B Support

Guy: Hiya, Rath.
Rath: …
Guy: Rath? Rath!?
Rath: …I’m listening. What do you want?
Guy: Is Lady Lyn a Sacaen, too? I kind of got that feeling from the clothes she wears… And she kind of walks like us, wouldn’t you say?
Rath: Aye, she’s from Sacae. She’s the daughter of the Lorca chieftain.
Guy: The Lorca? Never heard of them. But what’s she doing with those Lycian lords?
Rath: …
Guy: C’mon. You were traveling with her a year ago, weren’t you? Didn’t you hear anything?
Rath: …Lyn is of our people. No matter what she chooses to do, that fact would not change.
Guy: …Yes. Yes, you’re right. A Sacae warrior proudly defends his own.
Rath: You…
Guy: Yes?
Rath: Why did you leave the tribe?
Guy: To become a great soldier of Sacae! I was never good with the bow, and, frankly, I’m terrible at hunting… But the chieftain told me I had a good sword arm.
Rath: …
Guy: So I’m traveling and training to grow stronger! I must defend my tribe, and my mother as best I can.
Rath: I…see.

A Support

Guy: Rath! Hey, Rath! I know you’re there!
Rath: …What is it?
Guy: Ah, you were there! What you said–it was true! That stuff about sticking by your tribesmen. You’ve saved me before when I was in trouble, right?
Rath: If you’ve no business with me, I’m leaving.
Guy: W-Wait up! Let me fight with you, please?
Rath: …
Guy: I have to repay my debt… And I also have a duty to my fellow tribesman!
Rath: …
Guy: I’m a warrior of Sacae! I can defend you! Really!
Rath: …I suppose you are a warrior. Fine. Let it be so.
Guy: Right! You just wait, Rath. I’ll show you my worth as a true warrior of Sacae!
Rath: …We’re leaving. Try to keep up.
Guy: Ack! W-Wait! Hold on! I’m more of a walker, really… maybe you could slow down a– Rath! Wait for me!