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Din was pleasantly surprised to see that Geralt had chosen to come with her and Linkle instead of the Koopas; though she had expected the Courier and the Centurion to meet up with them by now, that turned out not to be the case. Din looked dreamily at Geralt as he introduced himself,, followed by Linkle, but when it came Din's turn, she didn't miss a beat, "Name's Din, I'm a dancer. Well, sort of. My dance has the magical power to heal and revitalize my friends. I can also...perform weather magic."
Obviously, she couldn't tell him she was the Oracle of Seasons, though she doubted it meant much in his world. "I guess I can fly too now."
She gestured to her wings. "Otherwise, I'm pretty quick on my feet. Me and Linkle come from the same world, though different times, I think. So I don't have any additional insight to add concerning Zora, I mean, whatever your world's version of fish people are."
When they encountered the Chocobo, Din appreciated the set up Linkle was trying to help her with, but she wasn't so desperate to get close to Geralt that she needed to resort to such simple tactics. Besides, she had confidence in her own charm, and hoped to win him over slowly. And she already had Gogoat, so she didn't really have an excuse to share Geralt's ride, unless it turned out he preferred to ride Gogoat with her instead of the birds. Din could also sense Linkle's reluctance to slay one of these birds as part of the quest, and maybe by not riding one, Din could remain emotionally detached and do the deed when the time came. Having spent her life with a traveling performing troupe, Din had had her fair share of rustic experiences, and slaying an animal for meat wasn't entirely foreign to her.
As they arrived at the lake with the floating house, Din noticed the people in trouble. The ywere also being attacked by their quest targets, so Din assumed there would be no objections to starting. First, she cast the Spell of Winter, creating icy patches between the main body of pelagics and the two sword-wielding youths. Din imagined that wet fish creatures would be more susceptible to the cold.