Scripts & Translations
Shining Force III Scenario 3: Bulzome Rising
Chapter 4: Shining Force, To the North
Castle Town of Aspia
Swedish-English Translation by: Magnus Andersson
Japanese-Swedish Translation by: Anonymous
Headquarters
Thousand:
The positive forces of justice are on the south side of the Great Wall. But we could proceed north to the unknown land.
Rollie:
Jane and I grew up in the north. I believe it would be possible for us to reach that area.
Harold:
As my father turned into a bull-devil, his body and soul was transformed. How am I supposed to tell this to my mother?
Bridget:
Medion tried to protect the Emperor's son [sic: Mageron?] from being punished. But how are we supposed to talk to Dominate?
Leon:
We are the main army. Then why did the army of the Republic procced north ahead of us?
Isabella:
My older brother is returning with his father to the Empire, and then he will proceed north by boat. I'm worried about him.
Isabella:
If we would stay at Destonia, we won't be able to proceed north.
Honesty:
Medion's army is travelling with the battle ship and will join us at Remotest, right?
Edmund:
I never believed I would cross the Great wall. But now, it really will happen.
Kate:
This wall separating the northen and southern world is enormous. I wonder what the north world looks like?
Donhort:
I wished we would have been the first group to open the gate at the Great wall. But now we will be the second group. That's a pity.
Bresby:
Since Synbios has gone in advance, the others have gotten impatient. Julian, you'd better go and see Gracia and the others at the meeting hall at Aspia Castle.
When trying to leave the city
Bresby:
The secret of Jumesyn hasn't been solved yet. We should go to the meeting hall at Aspia Castle.
Bresby:
Hold on, Julian!
Bresby:
Benetram and Gracia were discussing Jumesyn, and have not reached any solution yet.
Bresby:
Melinda thought that she would go into the castle of security reasons, but she was not intending to participate in the conference.
Bresby:
I understand that you are worried...
Bresby:
They are making preparations, Synbios' army to march towards Remotest and Medion's army back to the Empire.
Bresby:
I understand your anxieties, but sometimes you have to be patient.
Isabella:
How's things going on for Aspia?
Bresby:
?
Bridget:
You told us that you would check out the castle of Aspia, but as you did not come back, the queen [sic: Probably an error, since Isabella is Medion's sister] and I came back looking for you.
Bridget:
So if you were not in the castle, you don't know how the conference is developing?
Bresby:
That's right. We didn't want to disturb the ongoing conference. We didn't go inside.
Medion arrives
Medion:
If that's so, does it mean that they are not done with the conference yet?
Isabella:
Big brother Medion...
Bresby:
How is Emperor Dominate doing?
Grantack:
The Emperor already made up his mind, so he is pretty calm. Tristan on the other hand...
Campbell:
Tristan, the boat security chief, he is the only one on guard for the Emperor to get to the boat [sic: Doesn't make complete sense]. The boat is located south of Baersol.
Medion:
The Emperor made Aspia equal to this place. If I belonged to the population of the Republic, I would most likely have done the same. How could anyone allow my father...?
Isabella:
Big brother, Striges army is prepared, so I guess that means we could leave.
Medion:
I don't think my father would feel happy to be here. He wants to leave the Republic as soon as possible. But before doing so, he would greet my mother.
Medion:
XXX. We must be prepared for marching north. Then one could meet... [sic: makes no sense]
Medion:
I forgot to thank you, by the way. Thank you Julian, for helping my mother.
Medion:
If you had not brought my mother here, there would most likely have been a war between us and Synbios. This war was prevented, thanks to you.
Voice:
Many historical warriors have gathered at the gate of Aspia's castle.
Dantares:
If you are all here, it means that the conference with Benetram and the others still is going on.
I don't think I could see Gracia.
Kahn:
I got lost as we travelled to search for Jumesyn. As we saw it [sic: not completely sure what he means], I, Kahn, was surprised.
Kahn:
One should greet as a first thing. But as they still are doing the important conference, we should get going, Synbios.
Synbios:
Julian, even though you fell into the river as you did battle with Galm...
Dantares:
...You even joined Medion's army and marched towards Elbesem!
Isabella:
If nothing had happened to Julian and I had not met my older brother, something could have happened to Destonia and Melinda.
Medion:
I must ask you to forgive me, Synbios. Our army caused damage to your third army.
Synbios:
What are you talking about, Medion? That was to help Melinda and all our soldiers, don't you see?
Palsis:
As we think about it, we should thank the Emperor. His plan, that made Medion's and Julian's army come to Aspia...
Dantares:
Come to think of it, there seem to be some strange brotherhood connections between us.
Campbell:
For us and Julian...this event gave us more trust, and we are now marching towards the same goal.
Grantack:
Well, there is something wrong with this picture. It can't be a coincidence.
Palsis:
Perhaps not a coincidence...
Palsis:
I usually don't accept destiny. But right now it feels like some sort of destiny for these three people.
Synbios:
If this is destiny, I would welcome it. We got a chance to do battle with Medion and Julian.
Medion:
Yes, even if I don't like war, I feel a great excitement to do battle together with these other two armies.
Palsis:
Synbios, even though you want to stay, we must proceed soon.
Medion:
XXX [sic: not translated]
Julian:
.......
Synbios:
It is a shame not to join you, but Gracia will probably solve the secret of Jumesyn, won't he?
Palsis:
Synbios, it is time for us to leave.
Synbios:
Bulzome's fortress, Remotest, is up in the north, we'll meet again up there.
Synbios leaves
Grantack:
Medion, we should leave as well.
Grantack:
If we are kept too long, something could happen to the Emperor again.
Medion:
I too will march forward quickly, but meanwhile, you Julian and Synbios are our strength. Good luck!
Medion:
(yelling) Julian, see you in the north!
Medion leaves
Bresby:
This will be hard for Medion. The Emperor is fond of Aspia, he will have a hard time before that he is back at Destonia.
Isabella:
My big brother and Synbios left. Now we are left alone.
Bridget:
We left the camp to go see Julian and the others. Our army is probably concerned.
Isabella:
Brigit, shouldn't we head back soon?
Isabella:
Everybody in the army is concerned. Could you have a look around without disturbing Gracia?
Isabella and Brigit leave
Bresby:
I felt sceptical, but accepted as Isabella asked me!
Bresby:
I will go to the Aspia conference, though I am against it.
Inside Aspia Castle
Benetram:
Melinda, you found a good place. That...should be true...
Gracia:
That's right, why didn't we realise sooner?
Melinda:
It is a female thing to play with words. That's why we didn't notice.
Bresby:
Uhm...good day...
Bresby:
You found out the secret of Jumesyn?
Gracia nods
Bresby:
!
Julian:
!
Benetram:
We hope that Melinda stays in the area until the Emperor leaves. Who would guess that Melinda would solve the riddle!
Gracia:
Benetram and I had a lot of trouble with it!
Bresby:
So Melinda solved the riddle. How did she do that?
Gracia:
I thought Jumesyn was symbolising a human or a secret scripture and I have been thinking what it could mean.
Benetram:
Jumesyn is probably an old word with secret knowledges, so we were unable to solve it.
Melinda:
When I heard the talk between you two, I wanted to tell that there would be an easier way.
Benetram:
We were pondering about how to attack Bulzome.
Gracia:
Melinda said that it probably would be abbreviations of names.
Julian:
.........
Gracia:
The names Julian, Medion and Synbios, by adding the first letters in each name, make the word Jumesyn.
Melinda:
We, who used to spend a lot of time in the Imeperial Hall, are often making puns.
Bresby:
It...it was must be a coincidence...?
Benetram:
As we are considering various alternatives, I think this sounds very likely.
Bresby:
If this is true, what should we do?
Gracia:
As for me, I believe Jumesyn will give us strength.
Bresby:
If we had solved the riddle just a little bit earlier, there wouldn't have been any need for Synbios and Medion to leave.
Benetram:
I see...their armies left already...
Melinda:
Jumesyn would have been a real important matter when attacking Bulzome.
Gracia:
Bulzome, which could control Fulsquere, was a threat for us. Jumesyn is probably a card in our sleeve to triumph in this battle.
Bresby:
If three armies are moving separately, and if they lose, the consequences would be very serious. Those two armies will come back, won't they?
YES/NO
If YES
Gracia:
In Synbios' case, possibly. But Medion must bring the Emperor to the capital, that will be difficult.
Benetram:
We must act quickly. Even though we have trust in Synbios, we never know about Bulzome, what he could do. He could do anything.
Bresby:
Very well, let's get moving at once, Julian!
Benetram:
No, Bresby. You were supposed to protect Melinda.
Gracia:
If Bresby reamains here, who should be general of Julians army?
Benetram:
Towards Remotest it would be me to lead the army. What do you think, Gracia?
Melinda:
The representative of Aspia Kingdom, King Benetram will join the army and march towards Remotest.
Benetram:
Yes, Melinda. Would it be allright if I do so?
Bresby:
That the king would be at the front line...I've never heard of such things before.
Benetram:
Emperor Dominate was at the front even though he is Emperor. That is the same thing, Bresby.
Melinda:
As he became Emperor, he was only at the front when a large army was involved.
Gracia:
Benetram, what do you think?
Benetram:
I feel a bit concerned about leaving for Remotest. Maybe it is just a feeling I have. I would like to go there.
Bresby:
I see.
Bresby:
Very well, I shall stay at Melinda's side and protect her.
Gracia:
Then it is settled, Julian!
Melinda:
Yes, Benetram. I wish everything well.
Bresby:
If this is decided, we have to hurry. It is important to reach Synbios' army before they are defeated!
Julian:
.......
Benetram:
Yes, we could worry about Synbios' army, but there are even more things to be concerned about. I shall explain further later on.
Benetram:
Our destination is far beyond the great wall. The way toward Remotest is an unknown area. We are taking that way to defeat Bulzome!