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This page is for the dialogue for all the scenes with Brian Harding. Depending on how you play his route will determine how his character will be displayed.

Introduced to Brian[ | ]

At the park[ | ]

We walk for a while and eventually end up at a small park. Toddlers chase each other through the playground and dogs of all shapes and sizes tromp through the grass. It's pretty crowded, but Amanda spots a nice empty bench. We start to make our way over to it when-

Brian: Heads up!

Avatar: Ow!

A frisbee suddenly hits me in the face.

Maxwell: WOOF!

A corgi with a neat plaid handkerchief tied around its neck bounds up to me, wagging its tail.

[The following three dialogue options are part of one dialogue tree.]

[Hello!]

Maxwell: Arf arf!

[Did you throw this thing at my head]

Maxwell: Bark!

[I like your necktie.]

Maxwell: Ruff!


[No matter which option you chose, the dialogue branch leads here.]

He runs around in a circle and nudges my leg with his nose. Oh god. This is the cutest dog.

[The following three dialogue options are part of one dialogue tree.]

[Can I help you?]

Maxwell: Woof woof!

[Impart upon me your wisdom, tiny dog.] [This option leads to another tree branch with tree options]

Maxwell: Woof woof!

  • [ How long do I have left?]

Maxwell: Grrrrr.

   Avatar: What's that? I'm already too late? My fate was predetermined for me long ago? I have no real agency in this cruel lifetime?

   Maxwell: Ruff ruff!

   Avatar: You're right. I am the master of my domain, for fate is unknowable.

   Avatar: Thank you, wise dog.

   Maxwell: Arf!

  •    [How did you know?]

   Maxwell: Borf!

   My god. This dog knows more than he lets on.

  •    [Do you have tomorrow's lottery numbers?]

   Maxwell: Bork!

   Avatar: ...got it.

[Pet the dog.] [This option leads to another tree branch with tree options]

But where do I pet the dog?

  •    [Give him those head rubs.]

   He seems to love a head tub. All smiles here.

  •    [We need some chin scratches in here.]

   I give him some little scratches under his chin. Oooh, his tail is wagging at top speeds.

  •    [Dare we try the butt pats?]

   I give him the customary pats. The dog LOVES this. Good call.

   

[No matter which option you chose, the dialogue branch leads here.]

Brian: You definitely coulda caught that.

A guy in a Hawaiian shirt jogs over to us and takes the frisbee from me.

Brian: You know, frisbees are traditionally caught with your hands, not your face.

[The following three dialogue options are part of one dialogue tree.]

[Well, you're traditionally not supposed to aim for people's heads.]

Avatar: But I'm fine, thanks.

[It's a new technique.]

Avatar: It's like disc golf, but the goal is my face. Looks like you're winning.

[I'll catch it with my teeth next time.]

Avatar: You caught me off guard on this round. Not again. Not ever again.


[No matter which option you chose, the dialogue branch leads here.]

Brian: Ha! I'm just messin' with ya. I'm Brian, by the way.

Avatar: I'm...Avatar and this is my daughter, Amanda.

I look over at Amanda only to find her sitting on the ground, rubbing the dog's tummy.

Amanda: Hi.

Amanda: Your dog's cool.

Brian: Ah, old Maxwell sure loves the attention.

Brian: It's great to see another father and daughter out here on such a sunny day.

Avatar: Where's yours?

Brian gestures over to a grassy knoll, where a young girl sits on a checkered blanket. She's reading a book bigger than her head. She puts it down and heads over to us.

Brian: This is Daisy. She's reading the Brothers Karamazov. Her teacher tells me that she has the reading comprehension skills of a high schooler.

Avatar: How old is she?

Brian: Ten! She's a precocious little youngster.

Amanda: Whoa.

My natural Dad instinct kicks in. I must brag about my child's accomplishments.

Oh no, it's happening.

[Cut to the minigame BRAG BATTLE. Right after, the scene continues. ]

Brian: So, I take it you guys are new to the neighborhood?

Avatar: We just moved in, do you live around here?

Brian: Yeah, we live in that cul-de-sac down next to the coffee shop.

Amanda: What a coincidence, that's where we live too!

Brian: Small world. Yeah, Daisy and I are in that little ranch-style house on the corner.

I know that house. it's just like ours, but slightly bigger and better-landscaped. Does this guy have to outdo me at everything?

Avatar: What a lovely place...

Brian: Well, I don't want to take up anymore of your time. Really nice meeting you guys! You'll have to stop by at some point.

Amanda: Yeah, definitely! Bye!

Brian and Daisy walk further into the park with Maxwell happily trotting along in tow.

Avatar: ...

Avatar: Do you get the feeling that he was trying to one-up us?

Amanda: Trying and succeeding. I can't believe that kid's only ten. What was I even doing at her age?

Avatar: Uh...I believe you had a bit of a thing for horses.

Amanda: Shame that didn't pan out. Coulda majored in Comparative Horse Studies.

Avatar: It's not too late to minor in Horse Creative Writing.

Amanda: Too close to the truth, Dad.

Amanda: Let us never again speak of The Fantastic Adventures of Sir Horsington the Brave: an Epic in Seven Parts by Amanda Ann.

We laugh off the horse epic and walk around the park a bit more, enjoying the day.

At the barbeque[ | ]

[TBA]

First Date[ | ]

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Minigolf[ | ]

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At the Tiki Bar[ | ]

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Second Date[ | ]

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Driving to the Lake[ | ]

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Lakeside (Part 1)[ | ]

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On the Lake[ | ]

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Lakeside (Part 2)[ | ]

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Third Date[ | ]

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To the carnival[ | ]

[TBA]

At the carnival (Part 1)[ | ]

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On the Ferris Wheel[ | ]

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At the carnival (Part 2)[ | ]

[TBA]

Watching the Fireworks[ | ]

[TBA]

Amanda's Graduation Party[ | ]

Brian[ | ]

[TBA]

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