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Realm of Fog and Wind
Typeevent
Requires AR0
Is Part ofWindblume Festival: Part III
DescriptionYou and Venti keep pushing on for the sake of some good wine. Cold corners, perilous places, strange sites... who knows what incidents await the two of you? Even more interestingly, you begin to realize that there is no common understanding of what a "Windblume" is.
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Dream of Wind and Flowers
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Rewards
Primogem x 60
Hero's Wit x 3
Mora x 30000
Objectives & Dialogues (are clickable)
• Go to the alchemy store
Timaeus
Paimon: We're here! Timaeus' alchemy store.
Timaeus: Oh, did you say my name?
Venti: Looks like I beat you here.
Paimon: So... did you do your homework, Timaeus? Hehehe... Paimon wants to hear it!
Timaeus: Uh... So sorry, I haven't gotten around to it yet...
Sucrose: Timaeus! Might I ask how you're progressing?
Sucrose: Huh? Traveler and friends! Oh, nice to see you again!
Timaeus: Sucrose has me deciphering an alchemical recipe, but my brain is doing backflips. I... I just don't understand it!
Sucrose: So, in other words... no progress?
Timaeus: *sigh* No.
Sucrose: Ohh... Now that you mention it, I can't figure it out either.
Paimon: Eh? Is alchemy really that mysterious?
Venti: But of course! Alchemy is an ancient and mystical discipline. Yet with the passage of time, those that can be said to have mastered its secrets grow fewer and further between.
Sucrose: Yes! That was my thinking too, but I believe that Mr. Albedo is still painting on the mountain, and we've got lots of research to do... *sigh* There's no getting around it.
Timaeus: If you want my opinion, if Mr. Albedo can't figure out this recipe, nobody in Teyvat can. *sigh* Sucrose, what exactly is this recipe, anyway?
Sucrose: It's a Windblume recipe I transcribed from an ancient book.
Paimon: Ooh! What if the Windblume isn't a naturally occurring plant after all, but an alchemical creation!?
Venti: Oh! Now that's an interesting take on the Windblume conundrum.
Sucrose: You misunderstand, the book doesn't say anything about it being a recipe for a Windblume! The book... *sigh* Well, actually... it doesn't exactly have the appearance of a book anymore.
Sucrose: It's badly damaged and lots of information is missing. Only a few pages of scattered notes from the original volume have survived. That and a recipe written in some unknown language.
Sucrose: The author mentioned in the notes that the recipe was extremely precious. Timaeus and I are completely unable to decipher the content.
Sucrose: I know it might seem inconceivable, b—but... something about it being "extremely precious" made me think of Windblumes.
Timaeus: Huh? But...
Venti: Haha, that's an active imagination.
Sucrose: Traveler, if I may be so bold...
Sucrose: Could you take this recipe to Mr. Albedo?
Timaeus: Mr. Albedo should be at the camp at the foot of the mountain.
Venti: Ahh, the mountain. Now there's a romantic location!
Paimon: Windblume, the flower that alchemy made... Sounds exciting, Paimon needs to know the truth!
Paimon: Let's get going, Albedo, here we come!
Sucrose
Sucrose: Hehe! I've got high hopes!
Sucrose: Ancient alchemical methods are very complicated... I hope Mr. Albedo is able to decipher it.
• Go to the campsite at the foot of Dragonspine
Albedo
Paimon: Albedo!
Albedo: Oh? Traveler and Paimon? And who might this be?
Paimon: This is our Tone-Deaf Bard!
Venti: Venti will do just fine, but yes, I am a bard.
Albedo: Greetings, I'm Albedo the alchemist.
Paimon: The Windblume Festival is in full swing, people celebrating everywhere, and here you are all by yourself.
Albedo: Well, with the Windblume Festival in full swing, as you say, why would you be out here looking for me?
Paimon: We're helping Sucrose!
Paimon: Sucrose gave us some paper, she says there's a Windblume recipe from an ancient text on it! Neither she nor Timaeus can understand it, so we came looking for you!
Albedo: A Windblume recipe?
Albedo: I see. This is an ancient language, it's no wonder Sucrose and Timaeus couldn't decipher it.
Albedo: Even so, I don't believe this is a recipe for a Windblume.
Paimon: So what could it be?
Albedo: I could only guess, I'm afraid. In order to reach a conclusion, we'll need to see the real thing.
Albedo: Sadly, my hands are full right now. But I can give you a list of ingredients, if you'd like to go gathering?
• Collect 3 Starsilver Ore
Albedo
Albedo: The recipe itself is from a forgotten era, but the thinking behind it is very innovative. Worth a try.
• Give the materials to Albedo
Albedo
Venti: Okay! Job done.
Albedo: Great work. Let's have a look, shall we?
Albedo: Hmm, seems we have everything we need. Now for the alchemical process. This shouldn't take long.
Albedo: There we have it.
Venti: Huh...
Paimon: Uhh... Is this the Windblume that Sucrose was talking about? It...
Paimon: It's just a Sweet Flower!
Albedo: Have a closer look. Are you sure it's the same as other Sweet Flowers?
Paimon: Uh... now that you mention it, why is this Sweet Flower so big...?
Albedo: So this is the "Windblume" created by following this ancient recipe.
Albedo: Haha, it really does make me think of Sucrose.
Venti: Huh, it does seem like something she would like.
Paimon: Do Sweet Flowers this size even count as Sweet Flowers anymore?
Albedo: I can say with certainty that yes, yes they do. Their essence is the same.
Paimon: But Sucrose said that she transcribed the recipe from an ancient book! Could it be that... there were Sweet Flowers around even in ancient times?
Albedo: There were indeed Sweet Flowers in antiquity. This species has a long history.
Paimon: Seriously!? Have Sweet Flowers... r—really existed all that time!?
Albedo: Yes.
Paimon: Whoa!
Albedo: Well then, I must head further into the mountain — I still have painting to do. Perhaps you could pass this on?
Albedo: Traveler, enjoy the celebrations.
Paimon: It's just a Sweet Flower!
Albedo: Have a closer look. Are you sure it's the same as other Sweet Flowers?
Paimon: Uh... now that you mention it, why is this Sweet Flower so big...?
Albedo: So this is the "Windblume" created by following this ancient recipe.
Albedo: Haha, it really does make me think of Sucrose.
Venti: Huh, it does seem like something she would like.
Paimon: Do Sweet Flowers this size even count as Sweet Flowers anymore?
Albedo: I can say with certainty that yes, yes they do. Their essence is the same.
Paimon: But Sucrose said that she transcribed the recipe from an ancient book! Could it be that... there were Sweet Flowers around even in ancient times?
Albedo: There were indeed Sweet Flowers in antiquity. This species has a long history.
Paimon: Seriously!? Have Sweet Flowers... r—really existed all that time!?
Albedo: Yes.
Paimon: Whoa!
Albedo: Well then, I must head further into the mountain — I still have painting to do. Perhaps you could pass this on?
Albedo: Traveler, enjoy the celebrations.
• Give the Windblume to Sucrose
Sucrose
Venti: Oh, Sucrose! We've got something for you.
Timaeus: Oh! You're back!
Venti: Timaeus, how's that homework coming along?
Sucrose: Did you get the Windblume? Let me see, let me see!
Paimon: Here's the flower he created, but Albedo said it's just—
Sucrose: Wah! It's just like the Windblume in my dreams!
Paimon: ...It's just a Sweet Flower!
Sucrose: No, no, hear me out! This is a perfect specimen from an ancient recipe. I saw it in my dreams...
Sucrose: The Tetratanic Sweet Flower!
Paimon: Uh... th—the what now?
Sucrose: The seeds of the Tetratanic Sweet Flower are four times bigger than those of ordinary Sweet Flowers, and the Sweet Flowers that grow from them are, well, Tetratanic Sweet Flowers.
Sucrose: Bigger, stronger, sweeter, and more beautiful — a perfect Teyvat species! Oh — and not to mention that the recipe comes from remote antiquity...
Sucrose: A perfect, magnificent flower from the far-flung past. Whatever people say, this is my Windblume!
Timaeus: Sucrose is... consistently Sucrose.
Sucrose: I must go and source some nutrients for my Windblume. Bye for now!
Venti: Haha, who knew alchemy could generate such enthusiasm?
Venti: Now, Timaeus... Your homework?
Timaeus: Just finished, Sir. Here.
Paimon: Ooooh, here we go — Paimon's favorite part!
Venti: Timaeus, may I recite it?
Timaeus: Ah!? You're gonna read it out loud? Uhh...
Venti: Haha, don't be embarrassed. *clears throat*... Here we go~
Venti: "Hand in hand with you before the furnace\nThe flames fail to rise\nFor they are burning in my heart."
Paimon: Wow... Sounds so romantic... and you even tailored it to your profession! Great job!
Venti: Truly, a masterpiece beyond all expectation, Timaeus. You're a natural!
Timaeus: Really...? Wow! I had no idea that someone like me could write love poems of any merit. It must have been Professor Venti's excellent guidance.
Timaeus: Professor, as soon as I'm done here, I'll sort out my tuition fee!
Venti: Ahh, music to my ears, hehe!
Venti: Now... that's job satisfaction. And I guess that's everyone's homework collected... no?
Paimon: Hmm...
Paimon: Aren't we... missing someone?
Venti: Who could that be...
Paimon: Hmmmm... Oh!
Paimon: Where did Bennett run off to?
• Go to the Cathedral and talk to Barbara
Barbara
Paimon: Barbara, we need to ask you something!
Barbara: Traveler, Paimon, Mr. Bard!
Barbara: Something terrible's happened. Bennett's gone missing!
Venti: Missing? You mean, he hasn't returned after leaving that day?
Barbara: Yes... What if he's in danger? We have no idea where he is...
Rosaria: ...The Thousand Winds Temple.
Barbara: Huh? Rosaria!
Rosaria: With you all in the Cathedral shouting at the top of your lungs, I could hear everything you were saying.
Paimon: Oh! Paimon remembers now, he said something like... "I've got it! The Thousand Winds Temple!"
Venti: There's no time to lose, let's head to the temple and investigate.
Bennett
Bennett: Ugh, I can't believe someone would come up with such a sinister mechanism!
Razor: *sigh* Hungry.
Bennett: I still have an apple in my bag. Here, you can have it.
• Go to the Thousand Winds Temple
• Look for Bennett
• Defeat the Ruin Guard
• Talk to Bennett
Bennett
Paimon: Ah! We're here! Bennett, we've come to the rescue... Whoa, this cell has two sections!
Bennett: See what I mean? Even they're surprised by this crazy cell!
Paimon: Lucky you two got locked on opposite sides...
Venti: Huh, what a superior design... and presumably an ancient mechanism is involved somehow?
Bennett: There's gotta be a mechanism around here someplace. Quick! Go look for it!
Razor: Stomach... rumbling...
Bennett: ...You just ate the apple from my bag!
Venti: You two seem to have adjusted well to life in prison, we can leave you here if you like?
Bennett: No no no no no, not funny! I'm begging you, alright? Please, find the mechanism!
• Unlock the mechanism
• Talk to Bennett and Razor
Bennett
Venti: Aaaand open sesame!
Bennett: Ah... Freedom at last!
Razor: Very... unexpected...
Bennett: Hahaha, I wouldn't call it unexpected. This was just a normal day for me.
Razor: Sorry.
Bennett: Ah... no need to apologize, it wasn't even your fault.
Venti: So, let's hear the story~
Bennett: Wait, what happened with that letter?
Paimon: Oh! It was just a false alarm, turns out some fans just wanted to get her attention so they could get a gift to her.
Bennett: What the...
Bennett: That's terrible, what kind of a person does that!? I've been locked up here a whole day thanks to them!
Razor: S—Sorry...
Bennett: Don't be, Razor! I—I didn't mean... Like I said, there's nothing to apologize for!
Bennett: It was my fault for being so hasty in the first place. I rushed off without giving the map a proper look and ended up in the complete wrong location... *sigh* After I left the Cathedral, I came straight to the area around the Thousand Winds Temple.
Bennett: But there were monsters everywhere, not to mention Ruin Guards! You know — those huge things, I guess you've seen them before.
Bennett: But as a first-rate adventurer, I was able to rely on my wits to evade them. Then I got to the temple itself...
Bennett: The moment I arrived here, I heard a monster's roar!
Paimon: Well, Paimon's guessed the ending already...
Bennett: I remember thinking it must be some villainous trap that the perpetrator had set for us. But was Bennett the adventurer, leader of Benny's Adventure Team about to back down? No way!
Bennett: So I charged straight in! ...That's when I found him inside.
Paimon: Razor, what were you doing at the Thousand Winds Temple?
Razor: Wolvendom... many hunters.
Razor: Too noisy, so... I leave...
Venti: So you came all the way to the Thousand Winds Temple, then what? You were trapped by the mechanism?
Razor: *grunts*
Bennett: Turns out it was no ordinary cell, what with the inner and outer sections. Of course, when I saw that Razor had been trapped inside, I had to rescue him... Then, all of a sudden...
Bennett: ...There was a huge crash as the other cell door came down.
Paimon: Yup, just as Paimon expected.
Bennett: Anyway... why did you come to the Thousand Winds Temple?
Venti: Bennett, did you forget about your homework? I'm ready to collect my tuition fee, once I've corrected it of course.
Bennett: Oh! The love poem! Of course I didn't forget!
Bennett: It's not like I had much else to do, being stuck in this cell all day and all night, so at some point I just started working on it. It's all finished now, even Razor reviewed it.
Paimon: Oh yeah? Razor, how did he do?
Razor: Uh...
Razor: Don't understand words. But feel... warm, tingly...
Razor: Like... Wolfhook thorn...
Venti: Bennett, may I recite your work?
Bennett: Oh... Sure! A taste of Bennett's wordsmanship, hehe.
Paimon: Yay! A round of applause for Bennett!
Venti: "You and the Mare Jivari\nSo close and yet so far\nOne at the edge of the world\nThe other in the center of my heart\nWolfhook and dandelion\nMy Windblume offering to you."
Paimon: Uhh... Wolfhook?
Bennett: Y—Yeah... Not bad... right?
Paimon: Uh... it's definitely your style...
Venti: A marvelous work. Unpretentious and honest, sincere and evocative.
Bennett: Thank you, thank you very much, Sir!
Razor: Bennett did good poem!
Bennett: Haha, thanks to you too, Razor!
Paimon: Congratulations! Nice job!
Paimon: Still, Wolfhook and dandelion...? Can they both be Windblumes?
Bennett: Oh, that was Razor's addition. I asked him: "What do you think the Windblume is?" Wolfhook was his answer.
Razor: Yes! Wolfhook... good.
Paimon: So, even berries count now?
Venti: A novel take indeed.
Bennett: Ah... I'm so happy, today was lucky.
Bennett: Getting rescued against the odds, receiving praise for my poem... brilliant! Sir, as soon as we're back in Mondstadt, I'll buy you some wine!
Paimon: Bennett's pretty easy to please...
Bennett: Hahaha, that's not quite it. I'm always so unlucky... so I'll take what I can get!
Razor: Yes! But... In future, be careful!
Bennett: Hey! You should talk! Hahaha...
Venti: Everyone, I have an announcement to make.
Venti: All the poems from the fast-track class have now been collected!
Paimon: Great!
Venti: So to celebrate, let's go to the tavern and have a drink!
Bennett: I'm afraid Razor and I have to be going. He said he knows of some relatively unknown areas worth exploring and wants to show them to me. Have a great time, though!
Venti: A marvelous work. Unpretentious and honest, sincere and evocative.
Bennett: Thank you, thank you very much, Sir!
Razor: Bennett did good poem!
Bennett: Haha, thanks to you too, Razor!
Paimon: Congratulations! Nice job!
Paimon: Still, Wolfhook and dandelion...? Can they both be Windblumes?
Bennett: Oh, that was Razor's addition. I asked him: "What do you think the Windblume is?" Wolfhook was his answer.
Razor: Yes! Wolfhook... good.
Paimon: So, even berries count now?
Venti: A novel take indeed.
Bennett: Ah... I'm so happy, today was lucky.
Bennett: Getting rescued against the odds, receiving praise for my poem... brilliant! Sir, as soon as we're back in Mondstadt, I'll buy you some wine!
Paimon: Bennett's pretty easy to please...
Bennett: Hahaha, that's not quite it. I'm always so unlucky... so I'll take what I can get!
Razor: Yes! But... In future, be careful!
Bennett: Hey! You should talk! Hahaha...
Venti: Everyone, I have an announcement to make.
Venti: All the poems from the fast-track class have now been collected!
Paimon: Great!
Venti: So to celebrate, let's go to the tavern and have a drink!
Bennett: I'm afraid Razor and I have to be going. He said he knows of some relatively unknown areas worth exploring and wants to show them to me. Have a great time, though!
Razor: Very... unexpected...
Bennett: Hahaha, I wouldn't call it unexpected. This was just a normal day for me.
Razor: Sorry.
Bennett: Ah... no need to apologize, it wasn't even your fault.
Venti: So, let's hear the story~
Bennett: Wait, what happened with that letter?
Paimon: Oh! It was just a false alarm, turns out some fans just wanted to get her attention so they could get a gift to her.
Bennett: What the...
Bennett: That's terrible, what kind of a person does that!? I've been locked up here a whole day thanks to them!
Razor: S—Sorry...
Bennett: Don't be, Razor! I—I didn't mean... Like I said, there's nothing to apologize for!
Bennett: It was my fault for being so hasty in the first place. I rushed off without giving the map a proper look and ended up in the complete wrong location... *sigh* After I left the Cathedral, I came straight to the area around the Thousand Winds Temple.
Bennett: But there were monsters everywhere, not to mention Ruin Guards! You know — those huge things, I guess you've seen them before.
Bennett: But as a first-rate adventurer, I was able to rely on my wits to evade them. Then I got to the temple itself...
Bennett: The moment I arrived here, I heard a monster's roar!
Paimon: Well, Paimon's guessed the ending already...
Bennett: I remember thinking it must be some villainous trap that the perpetrator had set for us. But was Bennett the adventurer, leader of Benny's Adventure Team about to back down? No way!
Bennett: So I charged straight in! ...That's when I found him inside.
Paimon: Razor, what were you doing at the Thousand Winds Temple?
Razor: Wolvendom... many hunters.
Razor: Too noisy, so... I leave...
Venti: So you came all the way to the Thousand Winds Temple, then what? You were trapped by the mechanism?
Razor: *grunts*
Bennett: Turns out it was no ordinary cell, what with the inner and outer sections. Of course, when I saw that Razor had been trapped inside, I had to rescue him... Then, all of a sudden...
Bennett: ...There was a huge crash as the other cell door came down.
Paimon: Yup, just as Paimon expected.
Bennett: Anyway... why did you come to the Thousand Winds Temple?
Venti: Bennett, did you forget about your homework? I'm ready to collect my tuition fee, once I've corrected it of course.
Bennett: Oh! The love poem! Of course I didn't forget!
Bennett: It's not like I had much else to do, being stuck in this cell all day and all night, so at some point I just started working on it. It's all finished now, even Razor reviewed it.
Paimon: Oh yeah? Razor, how did he do?
Razor: Uh...
Razor: Don't understand words. But feel... warm, tingly...
Razor: Like... Wolfhook thorn...
Venti: Bennett, may I recite your work?
Bennett: Oh... Sure! A taste of Bennett's wordsmanship, hehe.
Paimon: Yay! A round of applause for Bennett!
Venti: "You and the Mare Jivari\nSo close and yet so far\nOne at the edge of the world\nThe other in the center of my heart\nWolfhook and dandelion\nMy Windblume offering to you."
Paimon: Uhh... Wolfhook?
Bennett: Y—Yeah... Not bad... right?
Paimon: Uh... it's definitely your style...
Venti: A marvelous work. Unpretentious and honest, sincere and evocative.
Bennett: Thank you, thank you very much, Sir!
Razor: Bennett did good poem!
Bennett: Haha, thanks to you too, Razor!
Paimon: Congratulations! Nice job!
Paimon: Still, Wolfhook and dandelion...? Can they both be Windblumes?
Bennett: Oh, that was Razor's addition. I asked him: "What do you think the Windblume is?" Wolfhook was his answer.
Razor: Yes! Wolfhook... good.
Paimon: So, even berries count now?
Venti: A novel take indeed.
Bennett: Ah... I'm so happy, today was lucky.
Bennett: Getting rescued against the odds, receiving praise for my poem... brilliant! Sir, as soon as we're back in Mondstadt, I'll buy you some wine!
Paimon: Bennett's pretty easy to please...
Bennett: Hahaha, that's not quite it. I'm always so unlucky... so I'll take what I can get!
Razor: Yes! But... In future, be careful!
Bennett: Hey! You should talk! Hahaha...
Venti: Everyone, I have an announcement to make.
Venti: All the poems from the fast-track class have now been collected!
Paimon: Great!
Venti: So to celebrate, let's go to the tavern and have a drink!
Bennett: I'm afraid Razor and I have to be going. He said he knows of some relatively unknown areas worth exploring and wants to show them to me. Have a great time, though!
Venti: A marvelous work. Unpretentious and honest, sincere and evocative.
Bennett: Thank you, thank you very much, Sir!
Razor: Bennett did good poem!
Bennett: Haha, thanks to you too, Razor!
Paimon: Congratulations! Nice job!
Paimon: Still, Wolfhook and dandelion...? Can they both be Windblumes?
Bennett: Oh, that was Razor's addition. I asked him: "What do you think the Windblume is?" Wolfhook was his answer.
Razor: Yes! Wolfhook... good.
Paimon: So, even berries count now?
Venti: A novel take indeed.
Bennett: Ah... I'm so happy, today was lucky.
Bennett: Getting rescued against the odds, receiving praise for my poem... brilliant! Sir, as soon as we're back in Mondstadt, I'll buy you some wine!
Paimon: Bennett's pretty easy to please...
Bennett: Hahaha, that's not quite it. I'm always so unlucky... so I'll take what I can get!
Razor: Yes! But... In future, be careful!
Bennett: Hey! You should talk! Hahaha...
Venti: Everyone, I have an announcement to make.
Venti: All the poems from the fast-track class have now been collected!
Paimon: Great!
Venti: So to celebrate, let's go to the tavern and have a drink!
Bennett: I'm afraid Razor and I have to be going. He said he knows of some relatively unknown areas worth exploring and wants to show them to me. Have a great time, though!
• Go to the Angel's Share
• Talk to the crowd
Kaeya
Paimon: Hey Charles! It's us!
Diluc: Welcome, have a seat wherever you like.
Paimon: Uh? Master Diluc?
Kaeya: Oh! I was about to finish this drink and go looking for you, but you've done the hard part for me.
Venti: Sure is lively in here!
Kaeya: It is the Windblume Festival after all. No-one in Mondstadt who has the time and Mora is going to miss out on a trip to the tavern.
Kaeya: Traveler, will you have a drink?
Kaeya: Haha, no pressure, it's not a requirement. Soaking up the festival atmosphere is the most important thing.
Kaeya: Master Jean wanted me to pass along this message... You've been chosen as this year's Windblume Star! Quite the honor.
Paimon: Windblume Star?
Kaeya: The Windblume Star is one of Mondstadt's greatest honors, normally only bestowed upon those who have made enormous sacrifices for Mondstadt... or who have truly proven themselves over the Windblume Festival period.
Diluc: Since arriving in Mondstadt, you have offered invaluable support to its people. This is their way of saying thank you.
Kaeya: I know you will receive it gracefully. Oh yes — and another thing.
Kaeya: The Windblume Star must attend the Windblume Ceremony together with the Acting Grand Master. During the ceremony, you will represent the people of Mondstadt in making a Windblume offering to the Anemo Archon, Barbatos.
Paimon: But, which Windblume are you talking about?
Kaeya: Hah, a good question. Diluc, care to explain?
Diluc: Passing on messages and deliberating over ceremonial details... Sounds more like your line of work, Kaeya.
Kaeya: *sigh* No sense of humor.
Kaeya: Traveler, the Windblume is always chosen by the Windblume Star. So the flower offered to the Anemo Archon for this year's celebrations... is entirely up to you.
Paimon: Whoa... no pressure, huh?
Venti: Hey, where's the bartender? How come Master Diluc's mixing the drinks?
Rosaria: If it's Charles you're after, he's out on delivery.
Kaeya: Hahahaha, and who is most directly responsible for creating the demand for an alcohol-delivery service at this time of year in the first place?
Diluc: ...Hmph.
Venti: I see... So, what do you make of Master Diluc's mixing ability?
Kaeya: Why don't we ask the formidable Sister Rosaria... What do you think?
Rosaria: ...He's not bad.
Paimon: Formidable...? Did you guys have a fight?
Kaeya: I'd call it... a misunderstanding. I caught sight of a suspicious figure hurtling by the Knights of Favonius Headquarters. Fortunately, I discovered in good time that it was Miss Rosaria, and stayed my hand.
Paimon: Aha! So the suspicious figure that day was Rosaria all along!
Diluc: Folks in Mondstadt are on edge with you constantly on the prowl. You're no ordinary sister, that's for sure.
Rosaria: Allow me to return the compliment, good Master Diluc. You're hardly a run-of-the-mill businessman yourself.
Kaeya: Haha... My, such a formidable wit, too. But really, is there any here among us today who can't be said to possess a talent or two?
Kaeya: Even the celebrated Honorary Knight has graced us with their presence tonight. Truly, a good day for a drink.
Venti: Well said! So Kaeya, about that tuition fee...
Kaeya: Please collect the goods from Diluc. Three bottles, as promised. They didn't come cheap.
Diluc: The better the wine, the higher the price... just economics.
Rosaria: How are you enjoying the Windblume Festival, Traveler?
Rosaria: That's good to hear.
Kaeya: A toast, everyone. To a happy Windblume Festival and the free people of Mondstadt. Cheers!
Paimon: Cheers!
Venti: Hahaha, what a festival. Now, this won't drink itself!
Paimon: Tone-Deaf Bard, spare a thought for other people! Paimon's looking for good food, not just good drink!
• Leave Tavern
Rosaria
Rosaria: ...Taverns are so much more fun than Cathedrals. Speaking of which, doesn't everyone get time off for festivals like this? Why doesn't the Church give us time off?
Diluc
Diluc: I doubt Charles is nimble enough to handle both.
Kaeya
Kaeya: I was going to say, isn't it about time the tavern menu had a few starters and mains? What's a drink without something on the side?
Diluc: Hmph... easier said than done.

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