Fates Supports/Setsuna Hisame(PC)
Hisame: Oh, hello, Mother. What do you—? Is that—? Why do you have that?!
Setsuna: Ah. I thought it might be yours... I found it among some of my things. It's a diary, right?
Hisame: Y-yes. It is... Why? Did you read any of it?
Setsuna: No... I couldn't get it open. There's a lock on it.
Hisame: Oh, thank the gods. I'd forgotten about the lock. May I have it, then?
Setsuna: O-of course, dear.
Hisame: Mother? You, um...you can let go now. ...Is something wrong?
Setsuna: Um, see...now I'm a little curious as to what you've written in it...
Hisame: Well, I would very much prefer it if you didn't indulge that curiosity! You may be my mother, but there are some things that should remain private.
Setsuna: Oh...yes...boys your age must have many thoughts best kept from their mothers.
Hisame: Just what are you trying to imply?! I'll have you know that diary is from when I was much younger! To be honest, I don't even remember what I wrote. I just know it was private.
Setsuna: Oh, really...? That's disappointing...
Hisame: Yes, yes, very. May I please have it back now?
Setsuna: ...Very well.
Hisame: Thank you. Now, if you don't mind, I'll be on my way.
Setsuna: There he goes... I know I shouldn't read it, but I'm just so curious...
Setsuna: Hisame. I had some questions about your diary...
Hisame: Y-you didn't read it, did you?!
Setsuna: No. It's just... When you were little, we didn't get to spend much time with you. So I was wondering if you might be willing to share anything you find in it... I want to know more about what you were like. Is that...OK?
Hisame: Of course it is, Mother. It makes me very happy to hear that. Hm... Perhaps we could read it together?
Setsuna: Are you sure about that? You seemed very upset at the idea I had read it.
Hisame: Yes...I think it will be fine. It would be fun to look back on that time with you, Mother. But I truly don't remember what I wrote. So I reserve the right to skip over anything we might find that I do not wish to share.
Setsuna: Of course... Do you think we could read it now?
Hisame: I don't see why not. Let's see... And the key goes... There we go. All right. "Today was a great day. Mom came to see me!" "I wonder when I'll get to see her next. Maybe it'll be real soon this time." "We got to play a lot today though! So I don't think I'll be lonely for a while." Heh. It appears as though I wrote about your visits on nearly every page.
Setsuna: Hisame... You must have felt so alone...
Hisame: It wasn't all so dreary as that. I did other things as well. I'm actually surprised that there's nothing about my daily life in here. You'd think I'd have written about something else. At least a few times... But I suppose those visits were always the things I looked forward to most. It was a rare treat, after all.
Setsuna: Yes... That we can spend so much time together now...it's like a dream come true. We should take care to treasure every moment.
Hisame: I feel the same way, Mother.
Setsuna: Thank you for allowing me to read your diary with you.
Hisame: No, Mother. Thank you.
Hisame: Mother? You don't seem well. Is everything all right?
Setsuna: Hm? Oh, yes. Everything is dandy...
Hisame: Then why do you look so distressed? Or...is it something you'd prefer not to discuss with your son?
Setsuna: No. I was just thinking about that old diary of yours. I was happy you let me read it with you, but it was also very difficult to hear. You were so patient. And so cheerful. And we kept you waiting so long.
Setsuna: I'm so sorry, Hisame.
Hisame: Please. It is all right. I understand why things had to be as they were. Besides, here, with the army, I am happier than I have ever been. As a child, all I'd think about was when I might see you and Father next. But now I fight alongside you. I can contribute. I have purpose. So do not trouble yourself too much over me. I am content.
Setsuna: Thank you, Hisame. Hearing you say that helps.
Hisame: I did nothing. But I am very glad to know it made you feel better.
Setsuna: It did. And I vow: I will do anything to ensure we are never parted like that again.
Hisame: And I pray the day never comes when anything threatens to part us. Thank you, Mother.