The above images (I screencapped them from the Fire Emblem Wiki, which I believe is a trustworthy source for scripts) were requested by a friend, as a response to the replies of this confession. Namely, that the coding limits of barracks conversation, like Cordelia’s unfortunate ones, are to blame, not Inigo’s attitude. While I could agree that in the case of Inigo talking with other characters when he’s married falls under this, it isn’t the case when it comes to the Avatar and their kid, Morgan.
This probably isn’t that well known, but the second generation characters, Khans, Sayri, Tiki, Anna and Spotpass, in comparison to the other characters, have unique parent-child barracks conversations directed specifically at Morgan and are not generic. It would actually be nice selling point for marrying them, if people were more aware of this little fun fact. Anyway, this means that in the first image, he’s still up to old tricks, despite the promise he made to the Avatar, Morgan’s own mother.
As a result, the confession-maker had every right to be upset by what these above images point out about Inigo and his… hypocrisy.
Well, for what it’s worth, the red-lined parent-child lines go like this in the Japanese:
Morgan, why don’t we have a contest to see who’s more popular this time? The one who gets a girl first wins. How about it?
No way. Ugghhh… what to do? If the girls start saying “He doesn’t look so good”…
Until you came along, I was chasing girls every day. How was it? Well, I… can’t recommend it. But, I’m fine with a son, but I wanted a daughter to come here too. I wanted to see what it was like being called “otou-sama”…! Coming to think of it, Mark, do you have a little sister? If you remember anything, let me know.
He does still seem to be kind of a flirt as indicated by the first two lines, but his big reply is really different. I think his statement that he’s disillusioned with the lifestyle is a pretty big deal.
Incidentally it’s worth noting that “daughter” and “little sister” have historically occasionally been innunedo for a girlfriend, but in this case, given the context, I’m pretty sure he is literally referring to his hypothetical female offspring.