Inazuma Outer Code Story 4 ‘I am not a God’ (Set after Raimon vs Zeus)
Note: Change of plan, please don’t use these as subs because there might be mistakes!
Aphrodi: ‘Zeus’ strength is fake,’ huh… I wonder how everyone feels about this…
It’s not fake. Everyone worked hard together. Even without Kami no Aqua, Zeus would be strong! Kami no Aqua was a mistake! Why couldn’t I, as captain, notice sooner…?
Old woman: Oh, what’s wrong dear?
If you like, you can talk about with this old woman?
It’s just lovely to meet you.
Aphrodi: Thank you. But… it’s not worth bothering you about, madam…
Old woman: Oh, but because it has nothing to do with me, it shouldn’t be a problem to talk with me about it, right?
Aphrodi: I guess…
Old woman: That’s what I think
Aphrodi: I made a terrible mistake… That I dragged everyone else into…
Old woman: Oh, and you think it’s all your fault?
Aphrodi: I’m the captain! I should have protected everyone. But I led them down the wrong path… I’m a failure as a captain…
Old woman: A failure… So you plan to quit?
Aphrodi: I can’t do that. I love soccer. I love it so much it’s unbearable. Besides… everyone’s depending on me… I have to fulfill my responsibility. Because of my mistake, everyone…
Old woman: Everyone makes mistakes, no matter who they are. What’s important is how they react afterwards. How they continue on after their mistake.
Aphrodi: I want to start over. From when I met everyone on that day… As if Kami no Aqua didn’t happen… That’s what I want to do. But if God is real, he probably won’t forgive me.
Old woman: Oh? Aren’t you a god? A god is someone who watches over everyone, and leads them to happiness. You’re thinking about your teammates. Because of that, you’re like a god to them.
Aphrodi: Me, a god?
Old woman: Yes
Aphrodi: Sorry, but I’m no god…
Old woman: Is that right?
Aphrodi: It is. I’m nothing like a god.
Old woman: Alright, then in order to become like a god from here, how about becoming god’s apprentice? A kind apprentice, who leads everyone in the right direction.
Aphrodi: God’s apprentice? That’s right. In order to do that, we have to work together.
Old woman: Good luck. Well then, I think I’ll continue my walk after talking a break to talk with a lovely young man. Good bye~
Aphrodi: Umm! Thank you, madam.
Old woman: No problem.
Aphrodi: *answers phone* Yeah?
Practice has already started! Please hurry up! You’re the captain, so please be on time!
Aphrodi: Ah, I’m sorry. I’ll go right away.
I’ll start over. As God’s apprentice.