Fates Supports/Kaze Camilla
Camilla: Kaze. There's something I wish to talk to you about. Can you spare a moment?
Kaze: Of course, Lady Camilla. What do you need?
Camilla: I've noticed that you are often approached by women you don't know. It's made me...curious about what sort of man you are. Why are you so popular?
Kaze: Please, allow me to clear up any misconceptions you may have. I do not accept any romantic advances. Nor do I accept tokens of affection. Though I must admit I find it difficult to endure particularly persistent gift givers.
Camilla: Hm. And yet, from what I can tell, it seems like you answer them all very kindly. Maybe that's one of the reasons they can't seem to leave you alone.
Kaze: Do you think so? To be honest, I do not fully understand it myself.
Camilla: I see. I find myself more and more intrigued by you. I have a proposal for you, Kaze. You see, I'm planning a tea party with some of the ladies in camp soon. And I would very much like for you to attend.
Kaze: Th-that's... I don't...
Camilla: Hm? Do you not believe that strengthening camaraderie within the ranks is important? It's just a little tea and conversation. What could it possibly hurt?
Kaze: Is this an order, milady?
Camilla: Now, now. "Order" is such an ugly word. But yes. It is.
Kaze: ...Understood. I humbly accept your most gracious invitation.
Camilla: Hehe. Thank you, Kaze. I'm looking forward to it. Now, I must be off. Good-bye!
Camilla: What's wrong, Kaze? You're sighing like a spurned lover.
Kaze: Oh, nothing. I'm merely a little...mentally fatigued.
Camilla: Was our little tea party so taxing?
Kaze: No, milady. I would not use that word to describe it. I suppose I was only expecting to see the women from camp at your gathering. Seeing the ladies from town there was... a surprise.
Camilla: I suppose that makes sense. You were quite the sight, surrounded like that. I must admit, I almost felt jealous of all the attention you were getting!
Kaze: In that case, you might have come over and spoken with them.
Camilla: Oh, no. I couldn't do that! You seemed to be having such a good time without me. Don't tell me you didn't enjoy it. You were smiling the whole time!
Kaze: That was because I did not wish to appear rude. Besides, it would not be fair to take out my frustrations on those kind women.
Camilla: Hehe. Well said, for someone who claims to not enjoy such attention. I must say, though—I'm actually beginning to believe you. Unfortunately for you, I think it is that very sincerity that makes women swoon. You are so kind and earnest, yet you genuinely wish to appear aloof. Such qualities are rare, especially among fine young men like you. You know, I think I'm beginning to enjoy your company myself.
Kaze: Do you mean you wish for me to attend more tea parties with you?
Camilla: Would you come if I said yes?
Kaze: I would decline. Unless it is an order, in which case I must oblige.
Camilla: Hehehe. Always with the serious answers. But I will not command you anymore. You need only show up if you wish to.
Kaze: Thank you, milady. If that's all, I'll be on my way.
Camilla: Hm...I wonder if he'll come?
Kaze: Lady Camilla, have I arrived too early for your tea party? I see only settings for two. Shall I help you finish your preparations?
Camilla: Thank you, Kaze, but that won't be necessary. There is no party.
Kaze: I see. I'm afraid I don't understand.
Camilla: Well, I've only made tea for two. That's hardly a party, wouldn't you say? I summoned you here because I wished to talk to you. Alone.
Kaze: Ah...I am honored to receive your favor, Lady Camilla. What are we to talk about?
Camilla: Straight to business, eh? I like that. Well, the truth is, I owe you my gratitude for something.
Kaze: Oh? What for?
Camilla: Apparently you helped out a few of my subordinates. They'd somehow gotten into a scuffle with soldiers that were in the army before us. I'm told you came to their aid and were quite helpful in ending the fight. I don't yet know the details, but my people were rather appreciative of what you did. In truth, that is what really sparked my interest in you. A loyal Hoshidan, going out of his way to help out some Nohrians... He must be a man of integrity, I thought. I was not wrong.
Kaze: I see. But I still have no memory of such an incident.
Camilla: Heh. I'm sure it was an unremarkable occurrence to a man like you. But still, I am very thankful. And it has given me the chance to get to know you. For which I am even more thankful.
Kaze: Yes. I am very thankful to have met you as well.
Camilla: Thank you. Then may I look forward to having your company for tea in the future?
Kaze: You mean with others?
Camilla: Oh, yes. The more the merrier, as they say.
Kaze: Well, if you insist, I suppose I can muster the inner fortitude required.
Camilla: Heehee, perfect! I look forward to seeing you at my next tea party, then!
Camilla: Here you are. As you may notice, today's tea is different from usual.
Kaze: Thank you, Lady Camilla. Mm. Indeed, it does seem to have a slightly different flavor.
Camilla: Hehe. Do you like it?
Kaze: Yes. It is splendid, as always. You know, I never imagined we would have tea as frequently as we do these days.
Camilla: I am as surprised as you are.
Kaze: To be honest, when we first met, I was not entirely sure what your game was. But now I see that you are just a genuinely kind and caring person. I suppose it's true. We really must never judge a book by its cover. I'm very happy to have had the opportunity to get to know you. You are very special to me.
Camilla: Oh...th-thank you.
Kaze: Milady? What is it?
Camilla: I just never thought that you would look me in the eyes and say that. But I'm happy that you did. I've never felt this way before.
Camilla: I'm not sure how it came to be, but I've realized that you're very precious to me. I find myself wanting to drink tea with you like this every day for the rest of my life.
Kaze: You mean...
Camilla: Heehee. You're not going to make me say it, are you? I want YOU to take the lead here.
Kaze: Understood, milady. Then please, allow me to tell you how I feel. Camilla. Would you do me the honor of becoming my wife? I have for some time admired you for your magnanimous character and loving spirit. I know that we do not occupy the same social rank. And I also know that we come from two very different parts of the world. But I could not forgive myself if I did not ask you for your hand. On my honor, I wish to protect and to serve you for the rest of our lives. Will you have me?
Camilla: Yes. Yes, I will! Thank you, Kaze. You've made me so happy.
Camilla: Heehee, of course! You may be a bit too popular with the ladies for my liking, but that's OK. If anything, it also makes me proud to call you mine. And the qualities that inspire that admiration are those I care for most. Earnestness, loyalty, honor, kindness... You have everything I ever wished for.
Kaze: I am not worthy of such high praise. Thank you...my love.
Camilla: No, thank you. Now, enough of this. We must go tell Avatar the good news at once!