I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: The other main reason for
The dirty little secret in the pharmaceutical industry is that drug companies welcome FDA oversight. The process of drug development is long and expensive, costing more than a billion dollars and taking more than a decade to bring a new drug to market. No company or investors want to risk this by bringing to market a drug that is ultimately ineffective or dangerous; or using manufacturing techniques that risk contamination. In the absence of regulation and oversight, though, companies will have the countermanding incentive to cut corners, to cut costs to remain competitive. Doing so is risky, but we know companies take such risks. FDA oversight eliminates the potential advantage of cutting corners: federal oversight and regulation creates a stable environment in which all companies must invest in the same safety measures, making the huge investment in safe drug development a rational one instead of one creating a disadvantage with competitors.
Flirting Under Fire: Lampshaded by Severa in Chapter 7. Guilt Complex: Both of Severa’s parents. Heartbroken Badass: Chapter 10 reveals that Frederick never got over the death of the man he loved. Heroic Self Deprecation: As she does in the original game, Severa measures a lot of what she does by how much better her mother could have done it. Hypocritical Humor: Lampshaded in Chapter 3, when Severa catches herself checking out Lucina after telling off one of her subordinates for something similar. I Don’t Want to Ruin Our Friendship: One of the main reasons Severa uses to justify not telling Lucina about her feelings. Inelegant Blubbering: Any time a character really cries, it is usually described as very messy. I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: The other main reason for Severa’s reticence. Lethal Chef: At the beginning of Chapter 4, Cynthia took a leaf out of Lissa’s recipe book. Meaningful Name: The Japanese word for lily is “yuri.” Mildly Military: Just as they are in the source material, the Shepherds. Mood Whiplash: Multiple times. Chapter 4: A light hearted dinner during the first half of the chapter http://thaibanglaholiday.com/?p=425, a traumatized confession during the second half. Chapter 7: The training exercise begins to go wrong when Risen are sighted approaching a nearby village. Chapter 12: After a flashback to father daughter bonding, the second half of the chapter shows how Frederick died. Posthumous Character: The entire first generation, but especially Severa’s parents, Frederick and Cordelia. Shell Shocked Veteran: One of the pegasus knight recruits still has Bad Dreams about the war. Sugar and Ice Personality: Severa. Talking to the Dead: Chapter 10. True Companions: Although they haven’t seen each other in some time, Chapter 9 makes it clear that the Shepherds are still this. “Well Done, Son!” Guy: Severa frequently wonders what her parents would think, were they still alive. You Must Be Cold: At the end of Chapter 6, Severa offers Lucina her cloak after seeing her shiver.
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