Leon: …Blerg. I don’t like sea travel, and it sure doesn’t like me. I’m nauseous, I’m sunburned, and I’m wind-beaten. I look like death’s damp leftovers. But YOU look fresh as a daisy, Priestess! What’s your secret? …What? Nothing? NOTHING?! But you look like a dew-dappled angel! Augh, that’s so annoying… Well, youth is great and all, but don’t expect it to last.
Leon: Great. We finally get off that infernal boat, and now it’s the desert. Are you doing this on purpose, Priestess? Is it personal? *sigh* I want to get out of here before I dry up like a mummy. If I turn hideous and Valbar abandons me, it’s your fault. …What did you say? …Valbar isn’t the sort to judge people by their appearance? You think I don’t realize that? I know him FAR better than you! Gods, it really throws me when you’re so rational and correct…
Leon: When I was a kid, there was this guy that I was head over heels for. He’s the reason I enlisted, actually. Just so I could stay close to him. He died in the first battle we fought. I cried so hard, I thought my eyes were going to float clean out of my skull. Valbar saved me from that. Every time he saw me, he’d take the time to say something. Cheer me up. What can you do with a man like that but fall in love? You’re thinking I’m a tramp, aren’t you? Well, I’m not. It’s hardly my fault that the world is full of wonderful, lovable people. Such a thing really motivates one to get out there and save it.