Ced: Through modification, this video will show off events you usually wouldn't be able to see in normal gameplay.
Fee: If you don't like hacking or spoilers, you have been warned!
Ced: By the way, these events I'm talking about...
Fee: They exist in the data, but they're impossible to trigger.
Ced: Fee, why are you stealing my lines?
Fee: Oh, sorry, bro. I couldn't help myself... But who cares about that! It's the same no matter who provides exposition...
Ced: I hardly appear in the game as it is...
Fee: Well then, let's get this started. ❤️
Ced: Fee, that was supposed to be my line too!
Quan: Sigurd, I'm glad to see you're alive!
Sigurd: Quan? What are you doing here...?
Quan: I heard about your battle with Verdane, and just couldn’t sit still. Let me join your cause.
Sigurd: Are you sure you can leave Leonster unattended? I heard Thracia had its sights on it.
Quan: You heard right. That’s why I only took Finn with me. I’ve entrusted the rest of my Lance Ritter with father.
Sigurd: I see... Sorry Quan, I didn’t mean to drag you into this.
Quan: What are you talking about, Sigurd? This is our oath.
Quan: Remember? When we were kids? You, me, and Eldigan. We met in Belhalla’s military academy. Then, we got to know one another, talked about our dreams, and swore an oath to help one another out of any predicament we might find ourselves in.
Sigurd: That’s right... I haven’t forgotten...
Quan: If it's me and you, those Verdane Barbarians don't stand a chance. We'll make short work of them. Sigurd, don’t forget it. I swore an oath, and I will never let you throw down your life in this paltry war.
Quan: Haha, and I guess it is a request from Ethlyn. I love her. I can't stand to be away from her.
Sigurd: Fufu, I see, so that's the real reason. Ethlyn's a pretty lucky gal. You don't come across a man like you every day.
Quan: Don't tease me, Sigurd. C'mon, let's get going. The real battle's only just begun.
Midir: Lord Azelle...
Azelle: Oh, Midir, it's been so long.
Midir: I'm so sorry about what happened to Lady Edain. I was with her, and yet...
Azelle: It's not your fault. You don't have to hang yourself up on it.
Midir: But Lady Edain was so dear to you, and I...
Azelle: She was important to you too, wasn't she?
Azelle: I know it's hard, for both of us... But Midir, for now, we need to work together to get her back.
Midir: As you wish, Lord Azelle.
Alec: Lady Ethlyn, please, let's stop fighting. Once we enter Verdane, the fighting will only get worse.
Ethlyn: Oh, Alec, it's been so long. Thank you for worrying about me. I'll be just fine. I mean, I used to be such a tomboy even your father was concerned about me.
Ethlyn: I've been good friends with Edain since I was a child. I worry for her just as you worry for me. If she's going through hard times, I must rush to her side as fast as I can.
Alec: ...You really take after Lord Sigurd. Especially how you never back down on your word. Fine, we'll do our best to protect you. But please don't do anything too unreasonable.
Ethlyn: Thank you. I'll be careful, Alec.
Naoise: We'll be fighting in Verdane from here on. Be on your guard, Alec.
Alec: Hey now, don't be so stiff. I mean, look at you. You're always way too serious in everything you do.
Naoise: A knight should always serve his lord, resolved for death at every passing moment.
Alec: Oh, enough of that! Look here, Lord Sigurd doesn't want us to die for his cause. You know that as well as I do. If you seriously want to be loyal to him, you have to survive no matter what.
Naoise: ...I didn't need you to tell me that! Quit worrying about me, or else you'll be the one dropping dead, Alec.
Jamke: Why! Why did it have to be like this Edain!?
Edain: Oh no. Jamke!? I'm so sorry!
Jamke: No, no Edain! Don't get any closer to me!
Alec: It's finally time, Naoise.
Alec: You've done a lot for me, you know that?
Naoise: That goes both ways...
Alec: It was fun.
Naoise: It was...
Alec: You take care, okay?
Naoise: You too.
Leif: Hmm... That woman over there... She's a Thracian Dracoknight! But, her eyes look so sad...
Arvis: Seliph... Julia is in your hands... please... forg... (TL note: He doesn't get to finish saying 'forgive me.')
Finn: Lene, were you waiting for me?
Lene: Fufu, of course I was. ❤️ Welcome back, dear...
Lene: Oh, Finn. Were you waiting for me to come back? You sure know how to make a girl happy.
Finn: Yeah, I worry about you when you're away... please stay with me.
Hannibal: Patty, you were waiting for this old man?
Patty: Yep, course I was! Glad to see you sweetums! ❤️
Patty: Hi honey, I'm home! Wait. Hannibal? You were waiting for me? Well whaddaya know!
Hannibal: Please, don't push yourself too hard. I don't want to lose you.
Coirpre: Hey, I'm back Altena. Were you waiting for me?
Altena: Yes, I grow anxious when you're not around...
Altena: Coirpre!? You were seriously waiting for me?
Coirpre: Yeah, glad to see you too Altena. All things aside, I'm glad you're safe.
Ced: So, how was it?
Fee: There weren't many of them, but I'm pretty sure I've never seen them before.
Ced: Why was Naoise and Alec's conversation removed, I wonder.
Fee: Right, right, Naoise barely has any conversations anyway. But I was pretty surprised that Hannibal and Altena had lovers' dialogue. They're not supposed to be able to form those relationships...
Fee: By the way, bro.
Ced: Hm? What's wrong, Fee?
Fee: We used hacks to force supports with Hannibal, but aren't you curious to see if they effect the ending?
Ced: That definitely bugs me.
Fee: Let me be blunt. There are no endings where Altena, Finn, or Hannibal return home with their lovers. Their ending will always be the same—saying they returned to Thracia. It makes no mention of their lover.
Ced: I see. That's a shame.
Fee: Well, even for the characters that do have romance options, when the female character is the one succeeding a country or dukedom, the male character's ending make no mention of lovers either. I think we should have been expecting Hannibal's and Finn's bios to follow suit. Just like Julia, Altena is set to return to her motherland regardless of who she does or doesn't end up with.
Ced: I see. But Fee, there's something else that's bothering me.
Fee: What's up?
Ced: Do the endings of the people you pair them up with change at all?
Fee: In this experiment, we paired Altena with Coirpre, and as we've said with male characters, his ending was unchanged.
Ced: I guess that makes sense.
Fee: However, not for Patty and Lene.
Fee: You should probably take a look at them yourself.
Ced: R-right. Then play the—
Fee: Clip. ❤️
Ced: (She did it again.)
Seliph: Patty? Are you crying?
Patty: Yeah, I'm crying. *Sob* *Sob*
Seliph: You liked Hannibal that much?
Patty: I did. I really loved him, Lord Seliph. What should I do?
Seliph: I... don't have an answer. But you know, Patty, you've got to live strong. Life has its share of sorrows, but you can't lose to them.
Patty: Yeah... I'll try. There's just one thing I want to ask you. Could you lend me your chest for a bit? For now, I need somewhere to cry my eyes out.
Seliph: You're going to Velthomer, aren't you Lene. Please take care.
Lene: Yeah. But if I ever get lonely, could I drop by Belhalla to play?
Seliph: Of course you can, anytime you want.
Lene: I've been feeling pretty down ever since Finn died. (The red text at the top says, "Hold up, he ain't dead!!")
Seliph: I get how you feel. But we need to move forward. Velthomer depends on us. We both have to do our best.
Lene: Yeah, leave it to me.
Ced: Fee... remind me. When did Finn die?
Fee: He's perfectly healthy.
Finn: Did you need me for something?
Ced: F-Finn!? No, it's nothing.
Finn: I see... pardon me then.
Ced: That one got me.
Fee: Yes, where did he come from? Now, getting this back on track, it looks like even if Finn or Hannibal have a lover, those lovers will be mourning them in the ending. That's kinda sad...
Ced: Patty's can be taken a few ways. They danced around the subject. But Lene's, on the other hand...
Fee: He's dead. End of story.
Ced: Well, we got it through hacking, after all. Let's just be happy the game didn't bug out on us.
Fee: Yep! You're right! Took the words straight out of my mouth!
Ced: T-then, it's about time to say goodbye.
Fee: Thank you for sticking with us for so long!
Ced: Thank you, and good—
Fee: Good bye!