Life Goes On
|Life Goes On|
|Location||Garfont Village, Uraya|
(Shrine of Light)
|Required story progress||No story requirements|
|Inn||Rest at Harghalgh Inn|
|Other requirements||Roc's Key Affinity Reward Level 4 unlocked|
Life Goes On is a Heart-to-Heart in Xenoblade Chronicles 2. It can be found at the Shrine of Light in Garfont Village, Kingdom of Uraya. Staying at Harghalgh Inn is required to view this Heart-to-Heart. Viewing this Heart-to-Heart is required to unlock the fourth level of Roc's Swoop Battle Skill. Clearing a Water Mastery and Fortitude level 2 Field Skill check is needed to reach its location.
Such a fine village it is, too...
Certainly no one is awash with luxury down there. But still, the people are remarkably happy.
Even when life is hard, they keep smiling, keep looking forward.
But I've heard he was quite the remarkable man. Naturally, I'm curious.
He had big muscles, a big voice, and an even bigger heart.
It was Vandham who taught me the basics of being a Driver.
More than that, in fact...
He taught me all about Blades, how to fight, the way of the world...
I didn't know him for long, but he taught me the most important things I know.
He was the kind of solid, powerful and dashing sort that is irresistible to the opposite sex, I'll wager.
Like I said before.
The people of this village are carrying on what he started. And so are we.
I hope I can become as good as him some day. I may still have a way to go...
But just you stick with me, Roc, and one day, you'll see!
After all, it's not like I have any memories of my time in this village.
But I believe something lives on here. Something of Vandham, and of myself.
When I think about it, I can't help but get a tad sentimental.
It's like the village is full of memories... Memories of you, memories of Vandham.
I mean, he'd get up in the morning, see to the kids, then he'd just eat a big sausage sandwich.
Evenings, he'd drink a beer and chat about what he was up to. Then he'd just get a bit sleepy, and go to bed.
I think that's what he was trying to build here. A place where people could just...live normal lives.
I think that's what both of you were always fighting for.
Then perhaps even now, that normal life is what the people of this village hold most dear.
Tell me, Rex... Would you say Vandham was a kind person?
I mean, he was straight up with everyone. Maybe even blunt sometimes.
But he was a real gentle giant.
He'd probably get mad at me for saying it, but I think he was a lot like a father.
He's someone that I looked up to. Someone I'd like to be like someday.