Red: Wait, so… what ended up happening to Roselyn?
Raine: Well, my mother could see in Rose’s mind that she was not in fact a spy. So, mother sent her back to Keidran territory, on the condition that she never return again.
Red: Oh, I see. That’s… good. You know… it’s strange. I’ve heard lots of stories about the Templar, but… I’ve never felt bad for the Keidran before.
Red: I’m… glad Rose ended up okay, and that’s weird to say.
Raine: I guess you’ve never had a reason to empathize with a Keidran before. Though, you should be glad she survived.
Red: Hm? How so?
Raine: Well, you see, while Euchre was at the college, Rose had been with child.
Red: Oh, really?
Raine: Yes. Before I was born, she had a baby boy.
Raine: The child had red hair and bright green eyes. And although she promised not to return, the child eventually ended up at the doorstep of the Templar, where it was raised under a human disguise.
Red: Uh… I… see, R-Raine, what are…
Raine: Tell me, “Red” — Do you happen to have any sort of memento from childhood? Something you’ve had with you for as long as you can remember?
Red: N-no, of course not. I have nothing like that! Nothing… except for…
Red: Um, well… this pendant was said to be an old family heirloom…
Red: B-but Raine, this is crazy! You aren’t honestly suggesting that I’m somehow—
Raine: Yes, Red…
Raine: The fact is, you—
Raine: —have secretly been a Keidran all along, just like me!
Red: W-what?! No… no!
Raine: Oh, and that also makes us cousins! So, sorry, Cuz, I’m off limits!
Narration: Happy April Fools!
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