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[FFBE] 'You have my shield... apparently...' "So this is intended to be me then?" Charlotte asked as she walked around the summoned vision standing before her.
"Only if you ever learn to relax a little," the vision responded in her voice.
"Can you forbid it to speak?" Charlotte responded with a frown at the vision's snark as Rain chuckled nearby.
"I have not managed such a feat," Lasswell responded, his brow a reflection of Charlotte's, evoking another round of poorly contained laughter from Rain.
"Oh please," the vision replied, "the only thing keeping you from snarking as freely is the presence of sir-"
"THAT IS ENOUGH!" Charlotte shouted, slapping her hand to the vision's mouth in the process, bringing Rain to a rolling unrestrained laughter.
"Unfortunately," Lasswell looked away, his face acquiring a light crimson hue, "your vision is rather free with he
[FFBE] Olderion - End 'Lies and Love'"Not all that is gone, is lost," his bereaved sister in law whispered to herself as she traced the inscription on Elle's pendent. Embracing her once more before exiting the house, Nichol left her to mourn in peace, and was surprised to see the group of outsiders waiting for him. Clenching his fist he strode over to Rain and snapped, "Why did you lie to her!?"
A look of surprise crossed the knight's face as he responded, "Why did I what?"
"Do not play coy with me summoner! You told her that you could only call forth Elle's spirit for a moment!" he shouted in a low whisper, not wanting to attract Arsha's attention from inside, "But I have travelled with you long enough to know better! Once summoned, it is almost impossible to discern a Vision from a living person, and it is rare that we travel without the company of a small multitude of visions at our side."
"It's not..." Nichol could not read the expression on Rain's face, "It's different with Elle," he said simply.
[FFBE] The Wall The snowstorm was worse here. Worse than it had been only moments before, and there was not a single cloud in the sky. Holding tight to his cloak, Shiki yelled though the biting winds, back to the men huddled in the crevasse behind him.
"It is likely we approach the lair of a Frost Dragon!"
They had taken pains to avoid them, and it seemed they were not enough. He could not see their faces, but then, he did not have to. There were few enough tales surrounding the frost dragons of the Wolfsfang Mountains, creatures that commanded the ice and winds themselves. Few, because once encountered, not many lived to tell stories. Their objective could not be far beyond this pass. He'd heard that within these mountains, the deposed lord to whom he'd pledged his blade, had taken residence. He was certain they were on the path... they could not turn back now.
Turning to press forward, he heard the roar of one of those fabled beasts as it tore the winds in much the same way the
[FFBE] (Cerius) 'Final Awakening'"So then what?" Rain asked Rydia's vision.
"I have told you, that I don't really know much more about this than you do, right?" she asked him, smirking at his question.
"Yeah, but you can talk to the Espers without needing to summon them, or visiting their temples," he responded, "So you've got a little more insight than we do."
"I'm not sure what you think the Espers have to do with Awakening Visions... but I guess you are just a little more lost than I give you credit for," she chuckled.
"It has always been Rain's way to ask first, question later," Lasswell answered her, earning a glare from Rain in the process, "If at all," he appended with a smile of his own.
"In any case, hand her the artifacts that resonate with her, and dispel her as you normally would. It's the same way you've been awakening the rest of us, though you were not, it seems, doing it intentionally before," Rydia answered.
"Will this provide me with more stren