Tana: Oh, Ephraim! I’m so glad to see you.
Ephraim: Tana, you should pull back to a safer location. What would we do if you were attacked by archers?
Tana: But…I want to go where you go. I feel safer when I’m close to you, Ephraim.
Ephraim: I’m sorry, but I won’t be able to protect you if I get into a duel. I have to focus on fighting our enemies.
Tana: Oh, no… Please, Ephraim, don’t speak to me like that. I’ve trained with Frelia’s finest pegasus knights. I can fight, too!
Tana: I’m sorry if I’ve been following you too closely lately… But I promise that I won’t be a burden. I’ll work my hardest. So, please! Don’t make me stay behind and wait for you.
Ephraim: Tana… All right. If it’s what you want. We’ll go together.
Tana: Ephraim, do you remember when we first met?
Ephraim: …Ah, of course! It was at Castle Frelia, wasn’t it? Eirika and I had been invited to visit for your birthday celebration.
Tana: Oh, I’m so glad you remembered!
Ephraim: King Hayden seemed so delighted that we’d come to visit. I think that was the first time I met Innes, too.
Tana: So, Ephraim, what did you think of the dress I was wearing?
Ephraim: I… Hm… I’m sorry, but I don’t think I got a good look at it at the time. Perhaps you don’t remember, but as soon as I arrived, Innes challenged me. We ended up having an archery match right when the party began. I think Innes won that match.
Tana: Do you remember my hair? I was so happy with it!
Ephraim: Your…hair? Uh… Well, right after our archery match, Innes challenged me to the spear. I think I won that match!
Tana: I’ll bet you don’t even remember what I said afterward!
Ephraim: Er, Innes can be persistent. After spears, we moved on to jousting. That time, I think it was…
Tana: Oh, you! You only remember what happened with my brother! You don’t care about me at all, do you!?
Ephraim: Oh, no, no! That’s not true. It’s just…
Tana: Fine! Why should I care about you when you can’t even be bothered to care about me? You just keep having fun with my brother and don’t pay me any mind at all!
Ephraim: Tana, wait a minute! Hey! Don’t go off on your own! …What is she so upset about?
Tana: Hello, Ephraim. Shall we take a break together?
Ephraim: Well, you’re in a better mood today!
Tana: Huh? What do you mean?
Ephraim: Oh, nothing. Never mind. So, uh, what can I do for you?
Tana: Eirika helped me prepare lunch. I haven’t tried it yet, but I’m sure it’s delicious. Would you like to eat with me?
Ephraim: …Tana. This is a battlefield. It’s all right to take a break, but let’s not let our guards down.
Tana: … You’re always like that. You’re so stiff and formal and detached all the time.
Ephraim: Tana… What’s the matter with you? You’ve been acting so odd lately.
Tana: Yes, I am acting funny. And it’s all your fault, Ephraim! Whenever I try to talk to you, you always keep your distance! No matter how hard I try, you never open up to me.
Ephraim: That’s not true…
Tana: Is there someone else?
Tana: It’s just… You never pay any attention to me. You never have… It makes me so sad. All I want to do is be near you more and more.
Ephraim: … Tana, you’re still just a child at heart, aren’t you?
Tana: Ephraim! Don’t talk about me like that…
Ephraim: No, I meant it as a compliment. Because you’re so young, your words have such a simple, honest purity… I do appreciate your affection.
Tana: Ephraim… Do you think you could make more time for me, so we can chat?
Ephraim: Yes…of course. But we don’t have the luxury to stop and chat on the battlefield. We have an obligation to end this war first. Let’s go.
Tana: Yes, all right. I’ll see you later. I’m looking forward to it.