Fates Supports/Kagero Kiragi(PC)

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C Support

Kiragi: Ah, the great outdoors. What a perfect day to do some hunting! The mountains look very appealing... But I did see a lot of game in that field the other day. So many choices!

Kagero: Kiragi!

Kiragi: Yikes! H-hey, Mom. You sure are good at sneaking these days.

Kagero: Don't make that face at me.

Kiragi: I can't help it. You look like you're about to attack!

Kagero: That's because you're out here, and you absolutely shouldn't be. This is very disappointing...

Kiragi: I'm really sorry... I promise I'll do it as soon as I get home tonight, OK?

Kagero: I'm not falling for that. You always go straight to bed every time when you get home from hunting.

Kiragi: B-but... I'm just awful at math and history.

Kagero: I'm well aware. Which is exactly why you need to start taking your studies seriously. I already promised to help you.

Kiragi: I can survive being bad at math and history. I don't see what the big deal is.

Kagero: You're already very far behind with your academics. Your father and I wish we had been around to raise you properly... Which is why I'd like to make amends and help you catch up.

Kiragi: *grumble*

Kagero: Let's head back home. You must quit hunting for now and devote yourself to studying.

Kiragi: No! This isn't fair! Hunting is the only thing I have to look forward to! Don't try and take that away from me! You may be my mother, but you can't force me to do anything! I'm going hunting, and I don't care whether you like it or not!

(Kiragi leaves)

Kagero: Wait, Kiragi!! Come back...

B Support

Kiragi: What an amazing day! No one will be going hungry anytime soon. That bird sure gave me a lot of trouble. I should look it up when I get home. Maybe I need to build some new traps, too.

(Kiragi leaves)

Kiragi: OK, careful... Easy does it... I can't let Mom know that I was out hunting instead of resting... "Work harder on your studies!" That's all she ever thinks about... Like I need math or history to be a good hunter.

(Kiragi leaves)

Kagero: Hmm... No, that's unrelated.

(Kagero leaves)

Kiragi: What's this? It looks like she's writing something down...

(Kiragi leaves)

Kagero: Instead of using numbers, I'll change these into rabbits in a trap... I bet that would help Kiragi understand.

(Kagero leaves)

Kiragi: What is she doing there?

(Kiragi leaves)

Kagero: Damn! Where did I put that history book? I still have to prepare his lesson plan.

(Kagero leaves)

Kiragi: Geez, she's working really hard.

(Kiragi leaves)

Kagero: I need to help him with memorization. If we cover things nice and slow, I know he'll catch up eventually.

Kiragi: Hey, Mom.

Kagero: Oh, welcome home, Kiragi. Why are you just standing there?

Kiragi: I-I'm sorry, Mom... You're putting so much energy into helping me learn, and I keep running off to hunt. I'm really sorry.

Kagero: Don't be upset, Kiragi. It's fine. The important thing is that we understand each other. How about you make it up to me by balancing your hunting with academics?

Kiragi: I will! I didn't realize how much this mattered until I saw you just now... Please, teach me! I want to learn about math and history!

Kagero: I am pleased to hear it, Kiragi. Shall we begin now?

Kiragi: OK! But wait. I'm totally covered in mud. Let me change real quick—then we can start! Wait right here!

(Kiragi leaves)

Kagero: Thank you, Kiragi...

A Support

Kiragi: All right! I solved it! Take that, math problem!

Kagero: Show me. Hmm... Your answer is correct. But how...

Kiragi: Oh, yeah... I know you normally start on the right... But if you make an assumption here, you can skip a bunch of extra calculations. I think the book called it an advanced method, but it wasn't that tough.

Kagero: Hmm... An advanced method. Excellent work, Kiragi.

Kiragi: Hehheh!

Kagero: The history work you completed was perfect too. All the years, places, and important events are in the correct spots. You didn't miss a thing.

Kiragi: It was so much easier once I started thinking of them as fantastic stories. Boring random facts are so much harder to remember. And it helps to have a great teacher, too!

Kagero: You are a very impressive student. All your hard work is paying off. I'm proud of you, Son.

Kiragi: Stop, Mom! You're going to make me blush.

Kagero: We've already covered everything on the curriculum today. Why don't you go and enjoy some hunting.

Kiragi: Um... Hmm... No, that's all right.

Kagero: What?

Kiragi: I mean, hunting is great and all. But... I'd love to study some more with you.

Kagero: Kiragi, are you sure?

Kiragi: You made me understand that learning can be so much fun! I can't believe that I used to dread it. We can keep going, right?

Kagero: Of course, Kiragi. I'm enjoying all this time with you.

Kiragi: Me too!