|Rain of Fire|
|Fog of War||No|
Jess: The enemy marches in along the volcano. Can they be stopped?
Lash: Hawke, Flak's here.
Hawke: Why? He's supposed to be implementing my plan elsewhere.
Lash: He said he's got something to talk to you about.
Hawke: Very well. Send him in.
Flak: Heard you were launching an attack.
Flak: Near the volcano.
Hawke: That's correct.
Flak: Sounds dangerous.
Hawke: Which is why we're doing it. The volcano disrupts the air currents. Our enemies will be unable to use their best troops, their air force.
Flak: But there's lava flying everywhere. Our own troops are being injured, too.
Hawke: Which means what to us, exactly? Any losses we incur are acceptable in the name of victory.
Flak: But the strength of the enemy forces attacking my front...
Hawke: Now I see. This is all about you. Pretending to be concerned about the troops when it's your own skin...
Flak: Whuh!? No, that's--
Hawke: Before you question my plans again, I suggest you win a battle with one of your own devising.
Lash: The lava's going to make little people pancakes! Tee hee hee!
Eagle: The enemy's preparing an attack near the volcano?
Drake: What're you going to do, Eagle? You can't fly near that thing.
Eagle: In that case, we'll meet the foe on the ground.
Jess: Hold on, Eagle! You know you're not at your best on the ground. Let me take care of this. Ground combat's my specialty.
Eagle: Hey! Jess! Stop right--
Drake: She's gone.
Eagle: Does she think she can decide who's going? Who does she...
Drake: Eagle... Jess is right. Let her take care of this.
Eagle: Yes, I know she's right. I'm just letting off steam.
Green Earth / Day 2
Eagle: Jess, can you hear me?
Jess: Eagle? What is it?
Eagle: It seems that the lava from the volcano falls in a set pattern. If you can decipher it, you might be able to use it to your advantage.
Jess: That's good intel. Thanks.
Eagle: Don't endanger yourself by trying anything foolish. Luck be with you.
[After you have defeated all the enemy units / captured the enemy HQ:]
Hawke: They've made it this far. We should withdraw for now.
Jess: Tell the troops they fought well under these terrible conditions. Tell them I'm proud of them.
GESldier: Yes, ma'am.
Drake: Jess, that was well done.
Jess: It was all the soldiers' doing. I just nudged them along.
Eagle: That's exactly right.
Drake: Eagle, stow that bilge.
Eagle: However, you weren't terrible, Red. Try to continue not screwing up.
Jess: Now, hold on a minute, Eagle... Where did he go?
Drake: Jess, believe it or not, he meant that as a compliment.
Jess: I know that. I was just wondering if he couldn't find a better way to do it.