Phoenix Fighters Episode Guide

She's A Diamond
The Ties That Bind
Malik Must Die
Scarlet Letter
Summer Lovin'
One Fine Day
Call of the Wild
Be Your Own Windkeeper
The Collector's Edition
What I Did For Love
Twisted Every Way
Chain of Command
The Botan Boys
Til Death Do Us Part
The Great Rescue Part One
The Great Rescue Part Two
Broken Lines
The Dust of Life
The Persephone Game
Monkey Business
The Calatia Affair

One Fine Day

As of late, Amorette has begun feeling useless and not needed, due to her pregnancy.  She and Ariadne begin confiding in each other, and to help Amorette and give her something to do, Airy gives her a key to a trunk of books.  Late the next night, Amorette is reading on of the books in the lobby, and is suddenly interupted by a half-drunken, expirate and newcomer to the House called. Servay.  He starts blabbering about nothing, so she tries to tune him out by reading again, only to be brought crashing by reality when he says one, innocent question:   "Do you know Dresious?" 
After questioning him, she learns that he worked with her father on his ship, and knew him quite well.  As Servay elaborates, Amorette becomes angry at War and her mother for lying to her about Dresious' death.  She demands Servay to take her to her father, which he simply replies that he can't, causing her to retreat back to her room with he new-found anger.
The next night, Amorette returns to the lobby and finds an unusual individual who claims to have been watching her since she was a baby.  After her predictable reaction, he tells her that he also has connections with her father, and can bring him to her.  She hesitantly agrees, and waits patiently in the lobby as he disappears.  He returns a few moments later with a man in tow, her father.  The two have a very deep conversation after the first stranger leaves, and start a long over-due bonding process.  After Dresious leaves, Amorette sits quietly on the couch, lost in her own thoughts.  Valero soon finds her.  Growing concerned from his nervous and jittery behavior, Amorette questions him, and he responds by asking her to accompanying him to the roof.
A nervous Amorette follows him silently, and is stunned when Valero wastes no time and falls to his knees, asking for her hand.  After composing herself and growing over her shock, she accepts, but immediately makes it clear they cannot be married until Zelazny is defeated.  He accepts.  Once Ariadne hears of the news, she grows excited, and begins making plans on how the House could be decorated for the occassion.  As Amorette plans with her, her own excitement finally crashes down on her, making her mood lift quite considerably.