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Beck/Conversations

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This page contains all of Beck's support conversations.

Beck and Kris

First conversation

Beck: Yo, 'afternoon.
Kris: Good afternoon, Sir Beck.
Beck: Oh, just call me Beck. Also, quit the formalities. Being formal makes you sound so cold and distant, don't you reckon? So, let's talk in a more natural way.
Kris: I see... Alright, got it. Then I'll do just that, Beck. Nice to meet you.
Beck: Yes, Sir/Dame Kris. I'm honored to make your acquaintance.
Kris: Er, weren't you being formal...? Oh well. I heard from Prince Marth. You used to be a ballistician, correct?
Beck: Yeah, I was originally a member of an army. Even after the war was over, I travelled the world with my ballista, but it eventually stopped movin'...
Kris: An accident?
Beck: No, actually... In order to move a ballista, we need the oil from a special fruit. However that fruit disappeared after the last war, see. So you can attack with a ballista, but not move it and therefore, you can't travel with it either. Gettin' it to places would be just too hard, see.
Kris: Ah, so that's why... Indeed, none of the enemy ballisticians we've faced in this war moved at all.
Beck: Yeah, that's why I decided to choose this guy to keep me company during my travels, instead of my old ballista. I call 'im Bonnie.
Kris: I see you've grown attached to him. He's a good horse.
Beck: A pony among ponies you could say.
Kris: I see.

Second conversation

Beck: Bonnie is really nice, see. He's a great listener, always listenin' to everything I say. I talk to 'im when I'm feelin' lonely.
Kris: You talk to him?
Beck: Yeah, Bonnie can understand what people say.
Kris: Really?
Beck: 'Course he can. Oh right, you want to try it out? Go on, say something to 'im.
Kris: Eh? Do I really have to?
Beck: 'Course you do.
Kris: Oh well... H-hello, Bonnie.
Beck: Look, Bonnie. He/She said "hello" to you, so, go on, greet 'im back. There, look. He made a "hello" face, didn't he?
Kris: R-really?
Beck: Go on and talk more to 'im.
Kris: Eh, um, alright. For how long have you been with your master?
Beck: Look, didn't he make a "'Alf a year, I s'pose. A lot has 'appened in this time. He rescued me, when I was gonna be thrown away for being too old. And now he's my master. He gives me carrots three times a day, they're my favorite." ...face just then?
Kris: I-is that so...?

Third conversation

Beck: Yo, Mister/Miss Kris. Good afternoon. I was just talking to Bonnie about you.
Kris: R-really?
Beck: Isn't that right, Bonnie? Look, isn't that an "Exactly" face?
Kris: I think that's just how you're feeling, but... Oh well. I brought a carrot for Bonnie today.
Beck: Thank you. Aren't you glad, Bonnie? Eh, Bonnie!? How could you...! That was just mean...
Kris: ...What did Bonnie say?
Beck: Please don't mind 'im. Bonnie is a bit foul-mouthed, but he's a nice fellow.
Kris: How long do you intend to continue with this act...?
Beck: I used to get food with this act when I lacked money during my travels, see.
Kris: So it really is an act!
Beck: Well well, your present is very appreciated nonetheless, Mister Kris. Look, isn't this a "thank you" face?
Kris: Bonnie's?
Beck: No, mine.