Fates Supports/Orochi Midori(PC)

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C Support

Midori: Mother?

Orochi: Why, hello, Midori. What are you holding?

Midori: Remember how your knee was bothering you the other day? Well, I made some 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!

Orochi: That is so kind! Thank you.

Midori: Heehee. Why don't you take a seat and get comfortable. I will apply it for you, OK? Shoo, pain—stop bothering Mother!

Orochi: Your special medicines never disappoint. My knee feels better already!

Midori: Really? Yaaaay! Err, I mean, I'm glad that it helped.

Orochi: Did you work with your father to make this new ointment?

Midori: I did! He gave me a few ideas after I mentioned the pain you'd been having. I still had to do a ton of research though.

Orochi: You are so bright, Midori. I bet your father is happy. You know how he loves to teach you.

Midori: Heehee, I hope so! He always seems pleased when I come to him with a new herb.

Orochi: It's wonderful that you two share an interest. You've grown into a wonderful girl. We are both so proud of you.

Midori: Heeheehee! Thank you! I love you, Mother.

Orochi: I love you, too.

B Support

Midori: *sniffle*

Orochi: Is something wrong, Midori? Here, dry your tears.

Midori: Nothing... Nothing, I'm fine. *sniff*

Orochi: 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.

Orochi: How terrible... I'm sorry. Did the children get home safely, though?

Midori: Yes, they did. I watched them carefully to make sure they made it back OK.

Orochi: I see. I'm glad to hear that. You're a very thoughtful girl.

Midori: I guess...

Orochi: Midori, don't pout. People won't always understand your intentions when you try to help them. Even so, that doesn't mean you should stop doing the right thing.

Midori: You're right. I won't stop trying to help other people. No matter what.

Orochi: That's wonderful to hear. Don't worry. Even if other people can't appreciate your kindness... your mama will be there to watch over you. So don't you worry too much. The most important thing is to follow your heart.

Midori: *sniffle* Thanks, Mother.

A Support

Midori: Mother!

Orochi: Hello, Midori. Why are you in such a great mood today?

Midori: Remember those kids I met while I was in the forest the other day?

Orochi: The ones you warned, right?

Midori: Yeah! Well, I ran into them in town earlier, and they were so nice. They apologized for being so rude to me.

Orochi: Oh, did they? How wonderful. So they understood you were just trying to help?

Midori: Yeah! Well, that and I think their parents yelled at them for being mean. But it still made me feel better.

Orochi: I'm glad to hear that. They sound like sweet children after all.

Midori: Yeah! 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?

Orochi: Honestly, it would be best if you didn't. The deep forest is perilous, even for adults. I would feel more comfortable if you didn't go there.

Midori: Of course, Mother. I promise not to. Anyway, I suggested that the kids come with me to collect some rare herbs. I told them it'd be a lot more fun than wandering around some dark forest.

Orochi: That's a lovely idea, Midori. Thank you. Now why don't you go have fun with your friends.

Midori: OK! Thanks, Mother!