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Troublesome Work

Troublesome Work
Typechar
Requires AR15
Is Part ofTempus Fugit Chapter: Act I
DescriptionLibrarian Lisa seems annoyed about her work...
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Lost Book
RequiresFirst Stage Ended
UnlocksLost Book
Rewards
Adventure EXP x 850
Mora x 18950
Adventurer's Experience x 10
Mystic Enhancement Ore x 6
Objectives & Dialogues (are clickable)
• Find Lisa in the Library
• Talk to Lisa
Lisa
Lisa: *yawn* If you're borrowing a book, please register it in the log. The restricted section is currently not lending any books...
Lisa: Oh? It's you, little cutie.
Lisa: It's so good to see you! More refreshing than a strong cup of tea in the afternoon.
Paimon: Clearly you're meant to be working, but you don't seem to have your heart in it at all...
Lisa: I mean, other than Jean, who really works that earnestly anyway?
Lisa: So did you have something you needed?
Lisa: ...Or did you just come to see me?
Lisa: Ooh, a smooth talker. Not what I was expecting.
Paimon: So Miss Librarian, got any books to recommend?
Lisa: Hmm... Recommended books... Sadly, everything I'd personally recommend is all in the restricted section, which we're not currently lending out.
Paimon: What's with her ominous tone?
Lisa: Oh, right. Would you be interested in checking out the Teyvat Travel Guide?
Lisa: I think it would be quite helpful for you as travelers here.
Paimon: Ooh! Sounds like it could be helpful!
Paimon: Do you think we could take a peek?
Lisa: I suppose I can try to find you a copy from the list...
Paimon: Isn't this Lisa's job? What does she mean "I suppose..."?
Lisa: Oh dear... That's unfortunate. Our copy is currently being borrowed. That said, it is now overdue...
Lisa: Come to think of it, quite a few of our books are now overdue. I REALLY wish people would just return their books...
Lisa: ...on time!
Paimon: Whoa! Is Paimon imagining things, or does the air in here suddenly feel a lot more... electrified!?
Lisa: Ugh... such a pain. I'm going out to bring those unreturned books back.
Lisa: If you'd rather get your hands on that copy of the Teyvat Travel Guide sooner, you'd better come with me.
Paimon: Lisa seems really scary right now, Paimon thinks it would be best if you answer her...?
Lisa: You really are such a considerate cutie. Let's see, first we can go to...
Lisa: The souvenir shop. It's called "With Wind Comes Glory." So let's meet there shortly.
Lisa: Nothing specific? You must just be here to see me then...
Lisa: Hehe... Okay, I won't tease you any further.
Paimon: So Miss Librarian, got any books to recommend?
Lisa: Hmm... Recommended books... Sadly, everything I'd personally recommend is all in the restricted section, which we're not currently lending out.
Paimon: What's with her ominous tone?
Lisa: Oh, right. Would you be interested in checking out the Teyvat Travel Guide?
Lisa: I think it would be quite helpful for you as travelers here.
Paimon: Ooh! Sounds like it could be helpful!
Paimon: Do you think we could take a peek?
Lisa: I suppose I can try to find you a copy from the list...
Paimon: Isn't this Lisa's job? What does she mean "I suppose..."?
Lisa: Oh dear... That's unfortunate. Our copy is currently being borrowed. That said, it is now overdue...
Lisa: Come to think of it, quite a few of our books are now overdue. I REALLY wish people would just return their books...
Lisa: ...on time!
Paimon: Whoa! Is Paimon imagining things, or does the air in here suddenly feel a lot more... electrified!?
Lisa: Ugh... such a pain. I'm going out to bring those unreturned books back.
Lisa: If you'd rather get your hands on that copy of the Teyvat Travel Guide sooner, you'd better come with me.
Paimon: Lisa seems really scary right now, Paimon thinks it would be best if you answer her...?
Lisa: You really are such a considerate cutie. Let's see, first we can go to...
Lisa: The souvenir shop. It's called "With Wind Comes Glory." So let's meet there shortly.
Lisa: So did you have something you needed?
Lisa: ...Or did you just come to see me?
Lisa: Ooh, a smooth talker. Not what I was expecting.
Paimon: So Miss Librarian, got any books to recommend?
Lisa: Hmm... Recommended books... Sadly, everything I'd personally recommend is all in the restricted section, which we're not currently lending out.
Paimon: What's with her ominous tone?
Lisa: Oh, right. Would you be interested in checking out the Teyvat Travel Guide?
Lisa: I think it would be quite helpful for you as travelers here.
Paimon: Ooh! Sounds like it could be helpful!
Paimon: Do you think we could take a peek?
Lisa: I suppose I can try to find you a copy from the list...
Paimon: Isn't this Lisa's job? What does she mean "I suppose..."?
Lisa: Oh dear... That's unfortunate. Our copy is currently being borrowed. That said, it is now overdue...
Lisa: Come to think of it, quite a few of our books are now overdue. I REALLY wish people would just return their books...
Lisa: ...on time!
Paimon: Whoa! Is Paimon imagining things, or does the air in here suddenly feel a lot more... electrified!?
Lisa: Ugh... such a pain. I'm going out to bring those unreturned books back.
Lisa: If you'd rather get your hands on that copy of the Teyvat Travel Guide sooner, you'd better come with me.
Paimon: Lisa seems really scary right now, Paimon thinks it would be best if you answer her...?
Lisa: You really are such a considerate cutie. Let's see, first we can go to...
Lisa: The souvenir shop. It's called "With Wind Comes Glory." So let's meet there shortly.
Lisa: Nothing specific? You must just be here to see me then...
Lisa: Hehe... Okay, I won't tease you any further.
Paimon: So Miss Librarian, got any books to recommend?
Lisa: Hmm... Recommended books... Sadly, everything I'd personally recommend is all in the restricted section, which we're not currently lending out.
Paimon: What's with her ominous tone?
Lisa: Oh, right. Would you be interested in checking out the Teyvat Travel Guide?
Lisa: I think it would be quite helpful for you as travelers here.
Paimon: Ooh! Sounds like it could be helpful!
Paimon: Do you think we could take a peek?
Lisa: I suppose I can try to find you a copy from the list...
Paimon: Isn't this Lisa's job? What does she mean "I suppose..."?
Lisa: Oh dear... That's unfortunate. Our copy is currently being borrowed. That said, it is now overdue...
Lisa: Come to think of it, quite a few of our books are now overdue. I REALLY wish people would just return their books...
Lisa: ...on time!
Paimon: Whoa! Is Paimon imagining things, or does the air in here suddenly feel a lot more... electrified!?
Lisa: Ugh... such a pain. I'm going out to bring those unreturned books back.
Lisa: If you'd rather get your hands on that copy of the Teyvat Travel Guide sooner, you'd better come with me.
Paimon: Lisa seems really scary right now, Paimon thinks it would be best if you answer her...?
Lisa: You really are such a considerate cutie. Let's see, first we can go to...
Lisa: The souvenir shop. It's called "With Wind Comes Glory." So let's meet there shortly.
• Talk to Marjorie about returning the library book
Lisa, Marjorie
Lisa: #{NICKNAME}, you're here! Let's begin, shall we?
Lisa: Hello Marjorie, any exciting new items in stock?
Lisa: Why so surprised? Today is such a special day, it's only natural that I'd want a souvenir to remember it by.
Lisa: #So it is... In that case, I declare this the "Day of..." the "Day of My Life I Wish I Could Get Back Because I Spent My First Ever Outing With {NICKNAME} Taking Them on an Annoying Errand."
Marjorie: Haha... Well, if it's a souvenir you're after, you're in the right place. I'm sure you'll find something that strikes your fancy, Lisa.
Marjorie: Or you could let your new friend pick something out for you... make it more of an occasion?
Paimon: #Yes, yes! Let {NICKNAME} pick!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Lisa: Since we came all this way, why don't we put our official business to one side for a moment?
Lisa: All work and no play makes life terribly mundane.
Marjorie: Haha... Well, if it's a souvenir you're after, you're in the right place. I'm sure you'll find something that strikes your fancy, Lisa.
Marjorie: Or you could let your new friend pick something out for you... make it more of an occasion?
Paimon: #Yes, yes! Let {NICKNAME} pick!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Lisa: Ooh. Is that how you see it?
Lisa: I suppose there's nothing wrong with that... At your age, these kinds of fleeting fantasies are normal.
Marjorie: Haha... Well, if it's a souvenir you're after, you're in the right place. I'm sure you'll find something that strikes your fancy, Lisa.
Marjorie: Or you could let your new friend pick something out for you... make it more of an occasion?
Paimon: #Yes, yes! Let {NICKNAME} pick!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: *sigh* Well, if you insist... I will just use them as an extra pair of pajamas.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: My my, you clearly know a treasure when you see it. This is a work of unparalleled significance for the research of ancient people's understanding of the elements. I will gladly accept it.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: It is said that the gift of a voodoo doll is certain to curse its recipient. Although, magic of this level certainly wouldn't have any effect on me.
Lisa: But you're probably innocent to such things. Since you're just a traveler, I will pretend that none of this ever happened.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: I suppose it's not completely useless... I'll let Razor borrow it when it's time for his enhancement training.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: My my, you clearly know a treasure when you see it. This is a work of unparalleled significance for the research of ancient people's understanding of the elements. I will gladly accept it.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: It is said that the gift of a voodoo doll is certain to curse its recipient. Although, magic of this level certainly wouldn't have any effect on me.
Lisa: But you're probably innocent to such things. Since you're just a traveler, I will pretend that none of this ever happened.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: I suppose it's not completely useless... I'll let Razor borrow it when it's time for his enhancement training.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: It is said that the gift of a voodoo doll is certain to curse its recipient. Although, magic of this level certainly wouldn't have any effect on me.
Lisa: But you're probably innocent to such things. Since you're just a traveler, I will pretend that none of this ever happened.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: I suppose it's not completely useless... I'll let Razor borrow it when it's time for his enhancement training.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: I suppose it's not completely useless... I'll let Razor borrow it when it's time for his enhancement training.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
• Pick a souvenir for Lisa
Lisa, Marjorie
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: *sigh* Well, if you insist... I will just use them as an extra pair of pajamas.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: My my, you clearly know a treasure when you see it. This is a work of unparalleled significance for the research of ancient people's understanding of the elements. I will gladly accept it.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: It is said that the gift of a voodoo doll is certain to curse its recipient. Although, magic of this level certainly wouldn't have any effect on me.
Lisa: But you're probably innocent to such things. Since you're just a traveler, I will pretend that none of this ever happened.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: I suppose it's not completely useless... I'll let Razor borrow it when it's time for his enhancement training.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: *sigh* Well, if you insist... I will just use them as an extra pair of pajamas.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: My my, you clearly know a treasure when you see it. This is a work of unparalleled significance for the research of ancient people's understanding of the elements. I will gladly accept it.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: It is said that the gift of a voodoo doll is certain to curse its recipient. Although, magic of this level certainly wouldn't have any effect on me.
Lisa: But you're probably innocent to such things. Since you're just a traveler, I will pretend that none of this ever happened.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: I suppose it's not completely useless... I'll let Razor borrow it when it's time for his enhancement training.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: My my, you clearly know a treasure when you see it. This is a work of unparalleled significance for the research of ancient people's understanding of the elements. I will gladly accept it.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: It is said that the gift of a voodoo doll is certain to curse its recipient. Although, magic of this level certainly wouldn't have any effect on me.
Lisa: But you're probably innocent to such things. Since you're just a traveler, I will pretend that none of this ever happened.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: I suppose it's not completely useless... I'll let Razor borrow it when it's time for his enhancement training.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: It is said that the gift of a voodoo doll is certain to curse its recipient. Although, magic of this level certainly wouldn't have any effect on me.
Lisa: But you're probably innocent to such things. Since you're just a traveler, I will pretend that none of this ever happened.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: I suppose it's not completely useless... I'll let Razor borrow it when it's time for his enhancement training.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Lisa: I suppose it's not completely useless... I'll let Razor borrow it when it's time for his enhancement training.
Lisa: Goodness, is that the time? Marjorie, one last thing — about "The Legend of Vennessa"—
Marjorie: Oh, so you're a fan of the gallant Lady Vennessa too? Why didn't you say so? I have all sorts of items I could recommend...
Marjorie: For example, this lion's tooth pendant with Vennessa's name carved into it. It was once a medal awarded to a knight by the great lady herself!
Lisa: ...
Marjorie: Oh my goodness! I do apologize, I got so excited when you mentioned Vennessa.
Marjorie: I didn't know that book was overdue. Even though I take it with me everywhere...
Marjorie: I can't believe I didn't put two and two together as soon as I saw you here, haha... Here you go.
Lisa: *sigh* Well, since you look up to Lady Vennessa so very much... Please be more punctual next time.
Marjorie: Yes, Lisa. I will be, Lisa.
Lisa: Let's go and find the next overdue book.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Me? You're asking me? Erm... I feel like Lisa is the well-educated type.
Marjorie: Ah, that's right — I heard she enjoys items of historical interest.
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: This pair? Soft, puffy, and very comfortable. Certain to make a little girl — well, in this case, a woman — look quite adorable.
Marjorie: After all, they're the same kind worn by toy dolls. They're practically a badge of cuteness.
Lisa: Bloomers? I'm sure to attract some strange looks if I dress up like a small child in public. Do you have some strange... hobby you're not telling me about?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the bloomers? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a historical relic retrieved from some ruins by one of the Adventurers' Guild.
Marjorie: Sure, there's a bit of wear and tear, but this thing in the painting must be well over a thousand years old... though it doesn't make much sense to me.
Lisa: My goodness... This is one of the three lost scrolls that make up the "Northern Border Wind Investigation..." What is it doing here!?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the ragged old scroll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is the toy doll I was talking about earlier — doesn't she look lovely in those shorts?
Marjorie: Hmm... It does look a little bit terrifying, doesn't it? I wonder if you could find some other use for it...
Lisa: Voodoo doll? Have you lost your mind? What could I have possibly done to deserve this?
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the voodoo doll? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: This is a new arrival. It took three Adventurers to carry this big boy back from the ruins where they found it.
Marjorie: It comes with a lot of history as well as a lot of weight.
Lisa: Hmm... You do have strange tastes. If this is your way of saying you want to be my knight in shining armor, I'd rather you just say the words instead.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the rusty sword? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
Marjorie: Take a look around, there's sure to be something she'll love.\n(Choose a gift for Lisa.)
• Talk to Sara about returning the library book
Sara
Sara: Welcome to Good Hunter. Table for two?
Paimon: THREE!
Sara: Oh, haha! My apologies... Please sit wherever you like and call me over once you're ready to order.
Paimon: So we're gonna eat first and bring up the book situation later?
Lisa: Why, of course. The stress of work really takes the pleasure out of eating, don't you think?
Paimon: Work is that bad, huh?
• Order a dish Lisa would like
Sara
Sara: What does Lisa like to eat?
Sara: She's been here a few times with Master Jean for afternoon tea before. I think she normally orders something vegetarian.
Sara: A lady tends to eat cautiously on account of her physique, after all! On that note, I should probably be watching my own diet a little more...
• Sit down and dine with Lisa
Lisa
Lisa: Finished ordering? Sit here, let's dine together.
• Talk to Sara
Sara
Sara: Would you like to order something else?
Lisa: No thank you, we're quite satisfied. But I'm afraid I must ask you about "The Boar Princess"—
Sara: The Boar Brisket? I'm sorry, I think we took that off the menu.
Lisa: ...
Paimon: She means the book you borrowed!
Sara: Oh! Of course! I came straight to the restaurant after I borrowed it and completely forgot that I even had it.
Sara: I'm so sorry Lisa, I will bring it to the library myself as soon as I finish work.
Lisa: Mm... Okay then. But make sure you don't forget this time.
Lisa: #Right, onto our next stop then, {NICKNAME}.
Lisa
Lisa: Mm... beautifully tender and cooked to perfection. No wonder it's their signature dish. It's a shame I can't have more, but a witch must watch her physique.
Paimon: Oof... Paimon's so full...
Lisa: Time is getting on. I suppose I should carry on with this ghastly thing called work.
Lisa: Let's have a little chat with Sara about her library book.
Lisa
Lisa: Hmm, such a potent aroma... It's almost suffocating. I never thought someone your age would go for a dish like this...
Lisa: I always had you down as a little cutie... Now I'm not so sure.
Paimon: Oof... Paimon's so full...
Lisa: Time is getting on. I suppose I should carry on with this ghastly thing called work.
Lisa: Let's have a little chat with Sara about her library book.
Lisa
Lisa: A fine choice! I'm pleasantly surprised.
Lisa: A truly enchanting dish, certainly a good fit for a witch. I am simply brimming with elemental energy after that.
Paimon: Oof... Paimon's so full...
Lisa: Time is getting on. I suppose I should carry on with this ghastly thing called work.
Lisa: Let's have a little chat with Sara about her library book.
Lisa
Lisa: The ingredients are fresh — the Good Hunter certainly lives up to its reputation in that respect. Salad as a meal is a little bland, though — it always feels like there's something missing.
Paimon: Oof... Paimon's so full...
Lisa: Time is getting on. I suppose I should carry on with this ghastly thing called work.
Lisa: Let's have a little chat with Sara about her library book.
Lisa
Lisa: Wow, Jean must have given you some pointers? Such extraordinary lengths to prepare for a delicious meal... I'd almost say that's cheating.
Lisa: I didn't know you and Jean got on so well. She used to make this for me once in a while too.
Lisa: As it happens, this is exactly what I was craving — the perfect treat after a tiresome day of work. You've outdone yourself.
Paimon: Oof... Paimon's so full...
Lisa: Time is getting on. I suppose I should carry on with this ghastly thing called work.
Lisa: Let's have a little chat with Sara about her library book.
• Talk to Donna and find out what happened
FloraFlora: What kind of flowers does Lisa like?
Flora: You want to know what flowers to get for Miss Lisa?
Flora: We're not particularly close, but she strikes me as a classy lady!
Flora: Hmm... Yep, it can only be the Cecilia!
Donna
Lisa: This is our final call for the day.
Donna: Welcome...! Uh... c—couples are our specialty! Let me know what you'd like and I'll wrap them up nicely for you.
Lisa: Ah yes... Now which book was it that has the line, "a date without flowers is a date without romance"?
Lisa: Why, it just so happens that I would, my kindest cutie.
Paimon: #Ugh, {NICKNAME}. Take. The. Hint.
Lisa: Hehe, never mind, your ignorance is somehow rather adorable.
Paimon: Since you're here, and Lisa is here, and this is a flower shop... You might as well get a bunch of flowers, right? It only makes sense.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Dandelions? They actually sell dandelions?
Lisa: They have a refreshing scent, similar to the one Jean wears. Thank you.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Huh? These flowers are saturated with Cryo energy. They could be very dangerous for me.
Lisa: Don't you know what happens when Cryo meets Electro? *Tut-tut* You certainly haven't been doing your homework.
Lisa: Meet me at the library after work and I will give you some training on elemental reactions. If you still find it hard to memorize... Maybe I'll have you give you a little taste of what it feels like to superconduct.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: I can see you put a lot of thought into this, have you ever heard of the Witch of Purple Rose before?
Lisa: I thought that after returning to Mondstadt I wouldn't have the chance to see fresh roses again.
Lisa: This seems like a good sign.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Huh? These flowers are saturated with Cryo energy. They could be very dangerous for me.
Lisa: Don't you know what happens when Cryo meets Electro? *Tut-tut* You certainly haven't been doing your homework.
Lisa: Meet me at the library after work and I will give you some training on elemental reactions. If you still find it hard to memorize... Maybe I'll have you give you a little taste of what it feels like to superconduct.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: I can see you put a lot of thought into this, have you ever heard of the Witch of Purple Rose before?
Lisa: I thought that after returning to Mondstadt I wouldn't have the chance to see fresh roses again.
Lisa: This seems like a good sign.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: I can see you put a lot of thought into this, have you ever heard of the Witch of Purple Rose before?
Lisa: I thought that after returning to Mondstadt I wouldn't have the chance to see fresh roses again.
Lisa: This seems like a good sign.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: I'll be back shortly.
Donna
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Dandelions? They actually sell dandelions?
Lisa: They have a refreshing scent, similar to the one Jean wears. Thank you.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Huh? These flowers are saturated with Cryo energy. They could be very dangerous for me.
Lisa: Don't you know what happens when Cryo meets Electro? *Tut-tut* You certainly haven't been doing your homework.
Lisa: Meet me at the library after work and I will give you some training on elemental reactions. If you still find it hard to memorize... Maybe I'll have you give you a little taste of what it feels like to superconduct.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: I can see you put a lot of thought into this, have you ever heard of the Witch of Purple Rose before?
Lisa: I thought that after returning to Mondstadt I wouldn't have the chance to see fresh roses again.
Lisa: This seems like a good sign.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Dandelions? They actually sell dandelions?
Lisa: They have a refreshing scent, similar to the one Jean wears. Thank you.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Huh? These flowers are saturated with Cryo energy. They could be very dangerous for me.
Lisa: Don't you know what happens when Cryo meets Electro? *Tut-tut* You certainly haven't been doing your homework.
Lisa: Meet me at the library after work and I will give you some training on elemental reactions. If you still find it hard to memorize... Maybe I'll have you give you a little taste of what it feels like to superconduct.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: I can see you put a lot of thought into this, have you ever heard of the Witch of Purple Rose before?
Lisa: I thought that after returning to Mondstadt I wouldn't have the chance to see fresh roses again.
Lisa: This seems like a good sign.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Huh? These flowers are saturated with Cryo energy. They could be very dangerous for me.
Lisa: Don't you know what happens when Cryo meets Electro? *Tut-tut* You certainly haven't been doing your homework.
Lisa: Meet me at the library after work and I will give you some training on elemental reactions. If you still find it hard to memorize... Maybe I'll have you give you a little taste of what it feels like to superconduct.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: I can see you put a lot of thought into this, have you ever heard of the Witch of Purple Rose before?
Lisa: I thought that after returning to Mondstadt I wouldn't have the chance to see fresh roses again.
Lisa: This seems like a good sign.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: I can see you put a lot of thought into this, have you ever heard of the Witch of Purple Rose before?
Lisa: I thought that after returning to Mondstadt I wouldn't have the chance to see fresh roses again.
Lisa: This seems like a good sign.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
Donna: What does Donna think?
Donna: You want my help? I don't know if I have the best taste in flowers... Why don't you go ask Miss Flora, the shop owner?
Donna: I couldn't help but notice the flower on Miss Lisa's hat though — I think it's a Rose.
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Dandelion
Donna: Dandelions are one of our classics, and a personal favorite of Miss Flora, the shop owner.
Donna: I know what you're thinking: Most flower shops don't sell dandelions, they're a nuisance to care for... Perhaps Miss Flora likes the sense of floating away to a faraway land that the dandelion evokes?
Donna: Come to think of it, Miss Flora herself gives people the same impression.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Dandelion? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Mist Flower
Donna: Mist Flowers? Over there in the corner... but don't touch them with your bare hands. You'll get frostbite.
Donna: You want them? You're sure? What an unusual choice...
Donna: It's just that Lisa seems to use Electro quite a lot. Things could get a little bit dangerous...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Mist Flower? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: Rose
Donna: These roses were bought from a traveling merchant a few days ago.
Donna: Miss Flora thought maybe someone would like them... This is the only bunch.
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Rose? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!
OR Flora: No
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: ???
Donna: Some flowers for Miss Lisa? What would you like?\n(Pick a kind that Lisa will like)
OR Donna: I'll be back shortly. OR Donna: Cecilia
Donna: Ah, the Cecilia. Did Miss Flora recommend it to you?
Donna: This flower is a lot of effort to care for. I hope that I've been doing it right, otherwise they won't last long.
Donna: But part of the Cecilia's charm is how precious and fragile each one is...
Paimon: You sure you wanna pick the Cecilia? Can't change again once you've made your mind up!
Donna: Yes
Lisa: Ooh la-la, such fine taste.
Lisa: This rare flower is only found in Mondstadt's very highest mountains.
Lisa: If only you had picked them for me with your own hands... They would have had twice the sentimental value.
Lisa: Okay, time to get back to business. Donna, do you know why we're here?
Donna: Back to business? My business is selling flowers!
Lisa: *sigh* Once again, we see a total lack of respect for literature...
Lisa: The Pale Princess and the Six Pygmies. Ring a bell?
Donna: Oh! Ahh, yes, well, what happened was... was...
Donna: Oh no, what am I gonna do?
Donna: I... I lost the book.
Lisa: ...
Donna: A while back, I realized it was almost due and I was getting ready to bring it back to the library.
Donna: But I couldn't find it anywhere. I looked for days — but nothing.
Donna: It's like somebody stole it... It should have been there, on my bedside table. Right where I left it.
Paimon: Uh-oh... Bet Lisa does some crazy things when she gets mad!
Lisa: I heard that!
Paimon: Eek!
Lisa: Well, if it really was stolen, Donna's done nothing wrong.
Lisa: The blame lies with the book thief.
Lisa: And their punishment will be three— No, ten times worse than stealing my book.
Paimon: Like Paimon said! Totally crazy!
Lisa: Oh, don't worry about that. As long as I remain librarian, not a single book will go missing for good.
Lisa: I put a unique elemental marker on each book. Our thief will have left a nice set of clues for us to follow.
Paimon: When did Lisa start taking her job so seriously!? Paimon always thought she was a total slacker.
Lisa: Hey sweetie, I've heard your elemental sensitivity is very strong... Why not see what you can do?
Paimon: Elemental sensitivity? Oh! Paimon's got it!
Paimon: #{NICKNAME}, use your Elemental Sight to look for clues!