Titania & Boyd

C Support

Boyd: Ninety-eight… Ninety-nine… One hundred! Done! Bleh. What’s the point in swinging an axe by myself? I should probably try to find Ike… But maybe a quick Titania: Boyd!
Boyd: Aaah! Titania!
Titania: Where do you think you’re going? Are you blowing off your training again?
Boyd: No! I’m not slacking, I swear! I was just…uh…going to work out with Ike! You know me–I’m all about the fighting!
Titania: Boyd, I know that training is tough. But if you make light of it, you’re closer to death than you ever want to be. You’re a mercenary. When you’re confused or exhausted during a long battle, instincts make all the difference.
Boyd: But, Titania… I just can’t get into training when I don’t have a partner.
Titania: Can’t get into it? Boyd? Don’t make me chew you out again.
Boyd: Joking! I-I’m just joking! What I just said? All a joke! Ha ha! Ha? Haaaaa… Oh, I’m just dying to do some practice swings! Hyaaa! Boy, training is so much fun! Isn’t that right, Titania!? Whooo! I loooove training!
Titania: Darn it, Boyd, why are you so lazy? You’re a natural fighter, you know that? You could even be a better fighter than me if you just put your mind to it. Anyway…keep practicing.

B Support

Titania: Hello, Boyd.
Boyd: T-Titania!? I’m not slacking! I’ve done my training! Look, I’ll do more! Hiiiyaaa! Kiyaaaaa! Whaaaaaa!
Titania: Boyd, I haven’t said a word.
Boyd: Oh, yeah, I guess not. I’m so used to all our conversations starting that way…
Titania: I didn’t come here to chew you out. You don’t need that anymore. We’re fighting intense battles now, and you can’t let your guard down. But you know that, right?
Boyd: I guess so.
Titania: Your training has become instinct. That’s all you need to survive. You’ve learned that lesson, Boyd. You’ll be all right.
Boyd: Shoot!
Titania: W-what? Did I say something wrong?
Boyd: This doesn’t sound right, Titania. I feel like…like you’re praising me.
Titania: Well, I am. You’re a true warrior now. One of our best.
Boyd: Oh, man, this is making my head spin… It’s like a bad omen or something. I think it’s scarier than being chewed out.
Titania: I see… So you want me to chew you out, huh? Great. I can do that.
Boyd: Aaah! No, that’s not what I meant, Titania!

A Support

Boyd: Titania! I couldn’t find you anywhere! With all the war councils and everything, I never get to see you anymore.
Titania: Hello, Boyd. You know, your recent performance has been superb. I can’t even chew you out for old time’s sake.
Boyd: I don’t want you to yell at me again. That’s not why I’m here. I just… Is there anything you want, Titania?
Titania: I can’t think of anything in particular. Why do you ask?
Boyd: We got a big reward the other day, you know? So I wanted to buy you something. As thanks for helping me.
Titania: Aha! Now that you’re a true warrior, you’ve learned some chivalry as well!
Boyd: Heh. So, name it. Anything. New chain mail? Gauntlets? How about a killer axe?
Titania: Thanks for the offer, Boyd. But you earned that money. You should spend it on yourself.
Boyd: Don’t you get it!? I want to give you a gift!
Titania: Boyd? What are you–
Boyd: Every time I look at you, Titania… I think that you’re the prettiest person I’ve ever seen!
Titania: Uh… Um, thank you, Boyd… But I… Look, you and me, we’re–
Boyd: You’re like a really nice mom or something! Um… I mean…
Titania: …
Boyd: Wait, that’s not… Oh, man… Look, that’s not what I meant. I mean, it is, but–
Titania: Boyd?
Boyd: Yeah?
Titania: How old do you think I am?
Boyd: Well, let me see… Are you… younger than my mother?
Titania: …Um…
Boyd: …Yeah… Um… I gotta go!
Titania: Boyd! Wait up!