Fates Supports/Laslow Felicia
Laslow: *sigh* No luck today, either...
Felicia: Oh, hi there, Laslow. How was your day? Did you get to chat with any ladies?
Laslow: I did...but things didn't go quite as well as I'd hoped.
Felicia: Oh! Well, that's too bad...
Laslow: Felicia...I know you don't mean that. You're smiling from ear to ear...
Felicia: Heehee. So you saw straight through me then, huh?
Laslow: Well, you didn't exactly make it difficult.
Felicia: Haha! I guess not. I'm sorry, Laslow. I guess I'm just a little jealous of you.
Laslow: Jealous of me? Why?
Felicia: You're so unafraid to talk to strangers. I've always wished I was better at that.
Laslow: Really? That's actually a bit surprising. You don't seem all that shy to me.
Felicia: It's true. For the longest time, I served Lord/Lady Avatar in the Northern Fortress. So I never really had to talk to strangers much...especially not without Flora.
Laslow: I see. Well, in that case, I've got an idea.
Felicia: I'm not sure I like the sound of this...
Laslow: Haha, don't worry! I'm just going to train you in the art of gab! If you do everything I say, you'll be the best talker around in no time!
Felicia: Really? You think so? I'm a little bit nervous...but let's try!
Laslow: Of course! Just leave it to Laslow!
Felicia: No no no! No way! I'm not going to go out and flirt with random men!
Laslow: It'll be OK, Felicia. The hardest part is just saying hello! After that, you'll have them eating right out of your hand.
Felicia: No way! Absolutely not! Are you crazy? If this is the only way I can learn to talk to strangers, then forget about it! I'd rather be a hermit for the rest of my days!
Laslow: Felicia, listen. I used to be shy too. Shyer than you, even. But someone once told me that the best way to get over it was to flirt with girls. And thanks to that wise woman, I can now talk to anyone at all, no problem!
Felicia: But I wouldn't even know what to say...
Laslow: I think it would be a good start to ask if they'd like to get a cup of tea with you. It'll be easy! No man could resist a face as cute as yours!
Felicia: But if they don't, then I'll be in even more trouble! I didn't sign up to go on dates with a bunch of random men!
Laslow: Oh, come now. You just need to drink one cup, and then you can rush on back. Don't worry. I'll be watching over you the whole time.
Felicia: Ugh... Are you sure this is necessary?
Laslow: It is if you want to be a world-class charmer, like yours truly! It really isn't so bad. You'll be able to look back on this and chuckle in no time!
Laslow: Now, enough questions. All that's left is to actually give it a shot. Be brave! I believe in you!
Felicia: *inhale* *exhale* OK! I'm going!
Laslow: Attagirl! You can do it! ... A perfect approach! Very graceful. Not too fast, not too slow... Aaaaand she just walked on by. Hm, maybe she'll like the next one? Nope! She passed him too. Hm. If she keeps going like this, then I'm going to lose sight of her. Felicia! Where are you going?! Hey! Wait up! FELICIA!
Felicia: Hey, Laslow. I'm sorry about the other day. I shouldn't have run off like that.
Laslow: Ahahaha, think nothing of it! You're a very fast runner though, you know that?
Felicia: Oh, yes. But...I'm still terrible at talking to new people.
Laslow: Oh, well. Maybe it's just not for you?
Felicia: I don't know. Maybe I should have tried harder. Or talked to at least one person. I mean, you took the time to take me to town, and coach me, and encourage me...
Laslow: No, I'm the one who should be sorry. I should have thought up a lesson plan better suited to you.
Felicia: I did learn something from all this, though. You're a very brave person, Laslow. It takes a lot of courage to talk to someone you've never met before.
Laslow: Ahaha! Oh, no. That's just how I have fun!
Felicia: You can't fool me. I know it can't always be easy. Especially when you were new to it.
Laslow: Well, I must admit, I'm quite flattered by your praise. Perhaps you'd like to join me for tea?
Felicia: Heehee, are you flirting with ME now?
Laslow: Ha ha! I suppose you could say that, yes. So what do you say? At the very least, it would be good practice, right? And I'm sure you'd find it much easier to talk with me than with a total stranger.
Felicia: I suppose you're right! We wouldn't even have to go out anywhere! I'm a maid, after all. I can brew us up a fine pot of tea. Just you wait!
Laslow: That sounds divine. Thank you, Felicia!
Felicia: You're welcome! Let me just grab some cups and saucers and a teapot and... KYAAAAAH!
Laslow: Felicia, are you all right?!
Felicia: I'm OK. How about you? Are you hurt?
Laslow: No, I managed to dodge it. I must say, I'm a little impressed. Not many people could knock over a statue with a tea saucer, even on purpose. Here now, let's clean all this up. I'll give you a hand.
Felicia: Thank you...
Laslow: Oh! The cups are all shattered. I suppose tea will have to wait until another day.
Felicia: Oh, Laslow. I'm so sorry. Maybe it really is impossible for me to have tea with someone.
Laslow: Nonsense. I'm willing to give it another try anytime you wish.
Felicia: Thanks, Laslow. I'll take you up on that offer!
Laslow: Hey, Felicia! What can I do for you?
Felicia: W-would you, um, I mean... Would you... maybe you'd like...togetsometeawithme?
Felicia: I said...would you like to get some tea with me?
Laslow: Of course! But why are you getting so flust— Um, Felicia... Are you...are you trying to ask me out?
Felicia: I don't know! Maybe! Yes! Probably!
Laslow: Well, this is a surprise! I never dreamed you'd want to go out with little old me.
Felicia: It's just, it seemed like such a shame that we couldn't have tea the other day. And ever since then, I couldn't stop thinking about how nice it would be.
Laslow: I felt the same way! I kept thinking about how delightful it would be.
Felicia: Really? It makes me so happy to hear you say so. I don't know what I would have done if you had said no!
Laslow: I would never reject an invitation from you, my dear Felicia.
Felicia: That's very nice of you to say, Laslow, but it does make me wonder... What if another girl invited you?
Felicia: I mean if another girl were here and invited you to tea right now... What would you do?
Laslow: Ah...I guess I would probably—
Felicia: You'd probably suggest that we all get tea together, right? But...that's not what I want. I want you to just have tea with me. Because I...I like you—
Laslow: STOP RIGHT THERE! I must tell you something, Felicia. The truth is, I'm happy you feel that way. I don't want to have tea with anyone else. I love you, Felicia.
Felicia: Do you really mean that? That's not just a line you use on all the girls?
Laslow: I mean it. I promise. I wouldn't say that to anyone else. Spending all this time with you, trying to coach you and help you talk to others... I've come to realize that you're the only one I want. I find your clumsiness adorable and your earnestness and honesty remarkable. But...I figured you would never want to be with a flirt like myself.
Felicia: Of course I want to be with you! But I certainly expect you to stop going on dates with other women...
Laslow: Of course. I promise, you will be the only woman in my life as long as we're together!
Felicia: Well, then, that's all settled. Shall we go to tea, my love?
Laslow: Of course, my darling! After you!