Frederic, you said before that this whole world is all just a dream you're having, right? But if you're in your own dream, how can you be so completely positive that what's happening is only a dream. And if what you're experiencing in the dream is so realistic to you, how you can even tell what's actually the real world? And to prove my point, you didn't read my mind earlier. You were wrong. I was thinking about leaving Tenuto. I want to go out into the world and live my own life, even if it only exists inside your dream. I don't know how much time I have left to live, but I want to live what's left of my life in a positive way, bringing happiness to others. I just want to help people somehow.—Polka
Do you remember? You said it was up to me whether I wanted to call them heaven's mirror or death lights. I'm still allowed to choose, am I not? Well, then. I shall make my definitive choice right now. That flower that so resembles you. That flower that boldly challenges the darkness. I choose to call it Heaven's Mirror!—Frederic Chopin
Beat: Hey, Retto. There's something I've been meaning to ask. Just who is EZI anyway?Beat: ...
Allegretto: Whoa, you mean you really don't know? Well, you see, EZI is... Well, he's... He's the god of hiccups, and the patron saint of bread crusts. He's the king of socks, and the reincarnation of a flower stem... ... ... Yeah, who the heck is EZI?
—Dialogue upon first approaching the Church of EZI with the EZI Free Pass in the party's possession
Priest: Never forget, the light is always with you. It sees all things, both good and evil.March: Oh, March, don't be so silly. It's disrespectful.
March: I think that's a priest.
Salsa: What's a priest? Is it warm? Does it taste good?!
—The party spots a priest preaching on the street in Baroque.
I wanted power for the sake of having it. With enough power, I can make, not only Forte and Baroque, but the whole world bow down before me. Only then will I feel truly alive.—Waltz explains his motivations to the party.