Saving Daniela (Shanoa finds an old woman trapped in a crystal. She then absorbs the Glyph to free the villager)
Daniela: Oh, are we done already? Well, that's rather disappointing, isn't it? Shanoa: Disappointing?
Daniela: You're not that rascal from before. Your voice is different. You're like a doll--pretty, but there's something missing... Say, is the man not coming? I promised him a cake... Oh well. Tell him I'll be waiting. Oh, yes, I'm Daniela. Nice name, isn't it? Aunt Michelle gave it to me. Well, home I go. Don't worry. Old Dracula himself wouldn't bother with blood this stale...
A Beacon of Hope Daniela: Oh, you came. I'm so happy. I was about to bake a cake. Make yourself at home.
Shanoa: Thank you, but I-- Daniela: My Grandfather and I would always bake together. That man loved sweets. Especially in the middle of a good, old-fashioned monster hunt. Shanoa: Monster hunt? You mean--!? Daniela: Nothing better than the view from atop the Lighthouse after an epic battle. I'd love to see that horizon again... Say, you do draw? Shanoa: Draw...? You don't mean from the Lighthouse! Daniela: I'll give you a sketchbook. When you get to the top, draw the view for me. There's still time until the cake is done baking. Come back then.
(Shanoa receives a Sketchbook)
Completing Daniela's First Quest (Shanoa brings the Lighthouse Art to Daniela)
Daniela: Oh, what a wonderful drawing. This is for me? ...My, it's such a lovely view! But how could you have possibly known? Shanoa: You...told me. Daniela: Oh, silly child, I'd remember if I had. But such splendid talent deserves a special prize. Here, I've no need of this.
(Shanoa receives a Garbo Hat from Daniela)
Daniela: Come again, and we'll share a nice cup of tea.
Important Resting Place Daniela: How strange. I just had a feeling that you might be coming. I wonder why. Perhaps we're distant relatives, by chance? Where were you born?
Shanoa: I'm sorry, but I don't remember. Daniela: Oh, that's fine. Where you were born isn't a big deal. What's important is where you die. I want to die near the falls at Tristis Pass. Grandfather and I used to train there. Now, it's where he rests... Oh, won't you do a drawing of that waterfall? I'm sure you'd do a beautiful job. Shanoa: Another drawing? Daniela: Please. A drawing of Tristis Pass waterfall. I'll look forward to it.
Completing Daniela's Second Quest (Shanoa brings the Waterfall Art to Daniela)
Daniela: Oh, this the waterfall at Tristis Pass. I mastered the secret arts there. Shanoa: Secret... arts? Daniela: Well, that doesn't matter. I have to repay you for this splendid drawing... Oh, yes. How about this? I don't know what it's for, but it's very nice.
(Shanoa receives a Treasure Hat from Daniela)
Daniela: You'll come again, right? You don't have to say it. I have a feeling you will.
Tragic Memories Daniela: I was just gazing at the drawings you did for me. Look, they're very fine.
Shanoa: I don't understand... I...I lost my emotions. Daniela: Did you really? I never noticed. But yes, if you live for a long time, you tend to lose all sorts of things. I lost my hat last week. What was it before that? I've lost a lot of things. But the saddest was when I lost Grandfather. I cried till my tears ran out. Say, won't you draw the church where I lost Grandfather? It's on Oblivion Ridge, and there's a tiny cross there. It's sad, but I want to make sure I remember it. If you draw it, I'll be able to remember both you and Grandfather. Shanoa: The church is in Oblivion Ridge...
Completing Daniela's Third Quest (Shanoa brings the Church Art to Daniela)
Daniela: Oh, you drew it for me. Drawings are so great. The same scenery is completely different between artists. And these days, they have those photographs--a reporter showed me. But I like these drawings a hundred times better, because you drew them. Shanoa: ...... Daniela: This is my thanks for the drawing. Please keep it. I hope it's enough for all you've given me. We've lost lots of things, but...sometimes we gain things too, you know? Like you, for example. Like myself. We've each gained a friend. Now, those are priceless, so let's not lose them. Do come again, Shanoa. You're always welcome here.