Primary Agreement Ffxiv

Hien: Well, my friends… What we feared happened. Yotsuyu regained his memory and returned to the imperial fold. In any case, this is a cruel turning point, especially for Gosetsu… but one that does not invalidate our agreement. Under the terms of the contract, we were forced to put Yotsuyu back in the hands of the Garleans if their condition improves before the time of the exchange. After this bill, everything is… If not, then… How it must be.

I can accept that. But what I cannot accept are the ruthless lengths that Asahi went to achieve this result. Given his recent behaviour and obvious admiration for Zenos, it is clear that he cannot be trusted. And that`s nothing of the inexplicable containers he insists on to take us to our meetings. Whatever the intention of the ambassador, I think it is unlikely that our negotiations will end peacefully. In the event of hostility, the safety of conscripts must be our first concern. As such, I have an exit before the start of the session. Asahi: A citizen of Doman called an Eikon who directly violates our primary agreement. Negotiations have failed.

Leave the prisoners and get ready to withdraw. Maxima: Ah. Yes, as the second commander of the late ambassador, it is up to me to speak on behalf of the Empire. And I am pleased to confirm our intention to act in accordance with the original agreement. Hien: Anyway, he agreed to allow Yotsuyu to stay with us in Doma. Our main concern now is to return the prisoners without incident and to bring our people home safely. Hien: Well, well. It seems your mind is shaken. In accordance with our agreement with the ambassador, you are free to return to the Empire with him. But your authority as a viceroy in office is no longer recognized here. Hien: We have no way of knowing where Tsuyu is going, so we had the best way to share our powers.

I`ll take Kusakari and its surroundings; Alphinaud, what if you take the road to Castrum Fluminis? Auric forgive me, but can I ask you to question the people of Yuzuka Manor? Maybe one of the Namazus saw our career. If everyone agrees, let`s get on the skiff and hope the Kami will smile at our efforts! Alisaie: According to the letter, Yotsuyus` memory must first return, so it seems that she will live the rest of her days in Doma, provided that the ambassador is of course synonymous with respect for the agreement. But before we get to that point, I think it would be wise to assess their condition one last time. If the Domans missed a change in their mental state, however slight, it would be better if Asahi wasn`t the one to recognize him. Thancred: Well… That is not entirely true. While your brother is going east to Garlemald, I could go from Ala Mhigo to find out what there is to learn in the western provinces of the Empire. Asah`s father: It`s the enclave, isn`t it? When the soldiers brought us back to Doma, you were the last person I expected.


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