All Hoshido children paralogues complete! The ones from now on are Nohr and Touma!
This is Paralogue 15, and focuses on Siegbert. It is unlocked by S ranking Marx/Xander (referred to as Marx from now on). It is on the Nohr and Touma paths only.
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Leon and Marx arrive in a secluded realm where Marx’s son Siegbert is. Marx says it has been a long time since he has been here as he has often been kept far away due to his work. He hopes all is well here.
Siegbert appears, and comes riding up to them, surprised to see his father here, and is very glad to see him. Marx greets him and comments on how Siegbert has grown bigger. Siegbert says he heard from some of the others that his father was arriving, so rushed as fast as possible to meet him. Marx apologizes for keeping him waiting, and says that he must think badly of his father due to his inability to make time to see his son. Siegbert says he doesn’t mind at all, and studies the arts, history, and ways of fighting expected of a king so never feels lonely. Marx is thankful to have such a son he feels is too good for him. Suddenly, enemies appear, and Siegbert says “they’ve come out again!” before going to finish them off quickly. Marx questions what he meant by “again,” which causes Siegbert to curse them appearing when his father was here of all times. Siegbert says he will clean up this mess right away, so to please wait. He then rides off, as Marx tells him to wait, chasing after him. The battle begins.
After the battle, Marx says he never received word of enemies like that appearing from Siegbert, and asks why he was silent until now. He says it was so his father would not be disappointed, to which Marx asks what he means by that exactly. Siegbert clarifies that all the people around him always speak highly of Marx and his great strength, and so he wanted to be as magnificent of a person as his own father is known to be. In order to achieve this, he wanted to take on the enemy on his own and kept it a secret. Marx understands his viewpoint, and tells Siegbert he is a great person already. Siegbert says he has no reason to be praised, but Marx says Siegbert still went out to fight on his own, something his father was proud of considering Siegbert did so with no fear, and there was nothing to be ashamed of. Marx reassures his son that from now on he can talk about anything with him. After a brief silence, Siegbert works up the courage to ask if he can fight alongside his father from now on. Marx seems reluctant, as Siegbert says while he has learned a lot from this place, he wants to witness his father’s strength himself. Marx warns him that the battlefield is a horrible place, and that the moment he whimpers even one complaint he will send him right back. He asks if this is an acceptable condition. Siegbert accepts, and says he will not falter. Marx says if that is so, then from this day forward Siegbert is officially his ally. Siegbert is thankful, as Marx welcomes him to fight with him from now on. Marx says for him not to worry, as he swears as his father, he shall protect him.