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Is this for me? Really?1,116
Good day, Sir.1,060
We can't have him declaring war all the time. Even if it would give us a chance to show off our military might.802
And I could finally show him that archery isn't a cowardly skill. If only we had an army, we could prove ourselves against the Etceterians.798
Better than archery? What is it?785
...What are you talking about, Brand?779
Hello, dear.732
Not often, no. I sometimes go hunting...729
Well, nothing very exciting ever happened until my father declared war on Etceteria...669
Queen Sigrid of Etceteria insulted him.669
We don't always get along, but I'm sure he's a nice guy at heart.608
He's a bit scary sometimes, but he's always so nice to me! When I was young, I called him Uncle Ghrim.602
They never cease to bother me. They swarm around me like flies, all hoping to win my heart.595
Oh, my dear, I thought you'd never ask! Of course I'll marry you!591
So, my dear, what do you think of Miscellania?567
*giggle* My, aren't you the charmer?566
I'm not sure. Even when I was little, archery always fascinated me.563
Exactly! Perhaps you could take me with you sometime, dear.563
Haha! Oh yes, quite the bard, he is.558
Yes; my father thinks it is a cowardly art, but I find there is just as much courage, and more skill, involved in going into combat with just a bow and quiver. What do you think?556
I'm glad you like it.551
We'll have to put off the actual ceremony until we can find a priest, but you can tell my father I have agreed to marry you.542
It's awful that your work has been undone by such an accident.539
Well, if my father had had something to occupy him, he wouldn't have got bored and decided to argue with Queen Sigrid again.538
It's terrible, my darling! My father's been arguing with the Queen of Etceteria, and has managed to start a war again.537
Perhaps I should use them for target practice!536
Very little. It's not as if there's much to it... I might try to set up trade with other islands.535
I'll ask Father if he minds us discussing this in the throne room for a while.531
Not yet, my dear; let us just say you have made it onto the shortlist.528
I must admit I am growing quite fond of you, %FREMENNIK_NAME%.526
Thank you! It's lovely!520
Welcome back, my dear! 516
...you have to marry somebody in the royal family, namely me?512
He realised that neither of us have an army.512
Thank you.511
You realise, I hope, that I have many suitors.510
That is true. However, I am willing to give you a chance; if you impress me enough, I will consider accepting to marry you.510
You are perhaps a more interesting man than I first took you for, Sir...509
It's good to know someone who shares my interests.509
Are these for me? Really?508
Then may I call you %FREMENNIK_NAME%, Sir?508
You may call me 'Princess'.508
I'm so glad you agree!507
Thank you! They're lovely!505
How do you know I wouldn't hit you as well?504
Yes, my father made a wise decision when he chose him to be his advisor.502
I think it will work.502
Impressive. I like a man who knows how to dance.501
Though his ideas can sometimes be a little... strange.499
I trust my brother's judgement.498
I'm just telling %FREMENNIK_NAME% about your poetic accomplishments.497
So, will you talk to our father and Queen Sigrid, then?497
I'm sure you can manage to arrange it all.495
Perhaps it's an odd idea, my darling, but since we don't have an army, we can hardly declare war...493
I'm sure you'll manage to do it, darling.487
Oh, but I realise you have not yet told me your name!461
Good day, %FREMENNIK_NAME%.455
I'm afraid I haven't managed to find a priest for our marriage yet.449
I couldn't possibly accept this.351
That's very sweet, darling.324
I quite agree!263
But we don't have an army, so it's our best hope.257
That's not funny.148
I hear you made peace between our kingdom and Etceteria once more. Well done, my dear.120
It's not that funny.83
...What?77
How are you doing, my dear? Have you convinced my father yet?73
I'm afraid not, dear. I don't think there is one to be had on these islands for love nor money...53
Your dancing never ceases to impress me, dear.51
Do not fear, though; I shall call for you as soon as one is found.49
I'm insulted, %FREMENNIK_NAME%!48
Your dancing never ceases to impress me, Sir.48
I'm sure he'd lighten up if you were nicer.48
Good day, Madam.47
Your dancing never ceases to impress me, %FREMENNIK_NAME%.40
I don't know why YOU bother.32
Hello!28
Let's not get ahead of ourselves now, %FREMENNIK_NAME%!27
No thank you, Sir.26
That's not a nice thing to say.24
You are silly!23
Now please, find some way to turn back into a man...22
I am insulted, Sir!19
That's not really the kind of thing I'm interested in.18
Let's not get ahead of ourselves now, Sir!16
Have you managed to make peace between my father and Queen Sigrid yet?15
I'll knit you a lovely jumper, shall I? It'll keep you warm when I have you exiled to the icelands.14
You've already given me some, but thank you.13
What's wrong, dear?13
You don't sound like a nightingale yourself!12
I'm insulted, Sir!11
I'm sorry you feel that way.11
Sorry?10
I'm staying right here.9
What's wrong, Sir?8
You certainly look different, %FREMENNIK_NAME%.8
In some ways, it's an improvement.8
I take what chance for practice I can get.8
Watch it, or you won't get the chance to do better.7
Good day, %FREMENNIK_NAME%. Have you come to see my brother?7
No thank you, dear.7
Oh, all right.7
I don't believe we've met...7
%FREMENNIK_NAME%? That's the name of the person I promised to marry.7
You must explain what has been going on.7
I'm sorry, but... who are you?7
%FREMENNIK_NAME%? 7
But... weren't you a man the last time we met?7
Don't say that, brother!7
Though you do look different - very different, if I may be plain - I do believe you are the person I agreed to marry.7
I can only hope that you find a way to return to how you were before.7
That aside... what did you want to talk about?7
It's terrible, my dear! My father's been arguing with the Queen of Etceteria, and has managed to start a war again.7
Perhaps it's an odd idea, my dear, but since we don't have an army, we can hardly declare war...7
I'm sure you'll manage to do it, dear.7
I hear you made peace between our kingdom and Etceteria once more. Well done, madam.6
No thank you, Madam.6
I was only joking.6
If you want to cheer someone on, Sir, I suggest you find my brother.5
What's so funny, Sir?4
You dance well, Madam.4
You've already given me one, remember?3
If you want to cheer someone on, dear, I suggest you find my brother.3
Fine. You try to do better!3
You've already given me one, but thank you.2
What's wrong, Rakdor?2
I'm quite fond of it myself...2
What's wrong, Ralkur?2
Hmph!2
What's wrong, Madam?2
Sorry, Madam, but I'm not interested.2
If you want to applaud someone, Madam, I suggest you find my brother.2
No thank you, Talvald Drapare.1
Larlak Drapare? That's the name of the person my brother Brand has promised to marry.1
I hear you made peace between our kingdom and Etceteria once more. Well done, sir.1
Doklah Drapare? That's the name of the person my brother Brand has promised to marry.1
What's so funny, dear?1
If you want to applaud someone, Ralkur, I suggest you find my brother.1
No thank you, Balkur.1
Dokton Drapare? That's the name of the person my brother Brand has promised to marry.1
If you want to applaud someone, Sir, I suggest you find my brother.1