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Fatherly Instincts: Yarne and HenryYarne: (Relax Yarne, just remember what Cynthia said and I should be safe.)Henry: Oh hello Yarne are you here to donate those fur samples I asked for?Yarne: No and you should really stop asking for my body parts. Actually Sir I came to ask you something.Henry: Sure ask anything except how do Taguels mate, that’s a discussion for your parents.Yarne: (Work through the awkwardness Yarne, work through the awkwardness) Well I came to ask if I have your blessing?Henry: Um, to do what?Yarne: (Okay Yarne this is it. Don’t bunny out) To marry your daughter!Henry: …Yarne: …Henry: Do you love her?Yarne: Yes.Henry: Do your really love her?Yarne: Yes.Henry: Do you swear to Naga that you love my Pega-Pony Princess to death?Yarne: YES! I love Cynthia enough to endanger my life to become a hero beside her!Henry: Yes.Yarne: Yes, what?Henry: Yes, you have my blessing.Yarne: Thank you and no matter what happens I won’t let you down.Henry: That’s good
Fatherly Instincts: Chrom and RobinChrom: Hey Robin got a minute?Robin: Sure Chrom, I can spare a minute what wrong?Chrom: I think…my worst fears have come true.Robin: You can’t possibly mea-Chrom: My daughter has a boyfriend!Robin: I was going to say Gangrel rising from the grave but this could also count as a crisis.Chrom: I just don’t understand; how could this have happened.Robin: Well, Lucina isn’t a child anymore s-Chrom: Wait. What made you think I was talking about Lucina?Robin: Um, Cynthia and Yarne haven’t been subtle so I just assumed-Chrom: Wait…you knew?!Robin: Umm…Chrom: I see…not only did my own daughter not trust me but also my best tactician and friend!Robin: She was probably just scared for Yarne’s sake I mean when it comes to your daughters you kind of get over protective.Chrom: I do not!Robin: Really? Remember what happened when you saw that young man talking to Lucina and just assumed he was asking her for hand.Chrom: He was tying
Picking your FightsThe warehouse on the corner of 17th Street and Main Street had seen better days. This place was once used to store and ship car parts, factory machines, building materials, and other assorted needs of the resident companies until it had been abandoned by Tazer Incorporated in the economic crisis of the late 2000s. Since then it has become everything from a drug factory, to a pyromaniac’s playground, and even to a lover’s retreat. Tonight was the night it became a fight club. People from all walks of life came to this mini stadium to see the fights and bet to see who is the strongest or the luckiest. The rules are simple if you fight you do it until your opponent is knocked out or surrenders if neither happens then the body is dropped in some alley and left to rot. Fighters pay an admission fee of $3,000 and audience members bet to see who’ll come out on top. The strongest walks away with $50,000 and losers walk home with nothing but their bruises. The audience stands