Fates Supports/Felicia Midori(PC)
Felicia: Good morning, Midori. Hey, what is that you've got in your hand?
Midori: Remember how your knee was bothering you the other day? Well, I made a special ointment. It should help out with the pain. It took me a couple of days to track down the right herbs, but I did it!
Felicia: Oh my, you did all that for me? Thank you so much, Midori!
Midori: Heehee. Why don't you take a seat and get comfortable. I will apply it for you, OK? Shoo, pain—stop bothering Mother!
Felicia: Wow! This medicine of yours is so effective. My knee feels better already.
Midori: Really? Yaaaay! Err, I mean, I'm glad that it helped.
Felicia: Did Father show you how to make this ointment?
Midori: He sure did! I mentioned that you'd been in pain, and he gave me a few ideas. I still had to do a ton of research though.
Felicia: I love that you're so studious. I bet that your father was more than happy to share his knowledge with you.
Midori: Heehee, I hope so! He's always pleased when I come to him with a new herb.
Felicia: Well of course he is. You're such a sweet girl, Midori. Father and I are both proud of you.
Midori: Heeheehee! Thank you. I love you, Mother!
Felicia: I love you, too!
Felicia: Oh dear, what's wrong, Midori? Here, dry those tears.
Midori: Nothing... Nothing, I'm fine. *sniffle*
Felicia: Was someone mean to you? Tell me what happened.
Midori: Well... I was in the forest collecting a few herbs, and some kids came up to me. They asked where my parents were and laughed when I said I was an adult. Then they said they were going deeper into the forest. I tried to stop them... But they turned to me and said, "Kids can't tell us what to do!" and ran off.
Felicia: Oh, that's terrible. I have to ask. Did the others make it back home safely?
Midori: Yes, they did. I watched them carefully to make sure they came back from the forest.
Felicia: I'm happy to hear that. You sure are thoughtful, dear.
Midori: I guess so...
Felicia: Quit pouting, Midori. I know it's hard, but sometimes when you do something good, others won't notice. That doesn't mean you should give up and stop trying to help people.
Midori: You're right. I'll just be true to myself.
Felicia: That's splendid. Don't worry about other people understanding you. I know what's in your heart. Just do what you think is right.
Midori: *sniffle* Thanks, Mother.
Felicia: Hello, Midori! Well aren't you in high spirits today!
Midori: Something great happened. Remember those kids I met while I was collecting herbs the other day?
Felicia: Sure, the ones you warned, right?
Midori: Exactly. I ran into them in town earlier, and they were so nice. They even apologized for being rude to me.
Felicia: Oh, really? So they finally understood that you were just watching out for them?
Midori: They sure did! Well, that and I think their parents yelled at them for being so mean. But it still made me feel better.
Felicia: Really? That's great news. They actually sound like sweet children after all.
Midori: I think we're friends now. But, um... They invited me to go back into the deep forest with them... They said we'd be safe if I came along, but I'm not so sure. We probably shouldn't go without a grown-up, right?
Felicia: The deep forest is a scary place... It's dangerous for children and adults alike. I think it would be better if you found somewhere else to play.
Midori: OK, we'll stay away from there. I promise. Anyway, I already suggested that the kids come with me to collect some rare herbs. I told them it'd be much more fun than wandering around some dank, dark forest.
Felicia: Thank you. Now go on and have fun with your friends!
Midori: Thanks, Mother!