You're awesome flame, thank you so much for transcribing and translating those on short notice! I completely agree that the translations for audio clips 003, 007 and 010 are right on. As for the others, let me provide some context for what it's worth (sorry for not doing that beforehand). My original plan way back when was to convert the game's FMVs from their native format and upload them to YouTube. That fell apart when I switched to Windows 7 64-bit, which didn't play well with some crucial Saturn media tools floating around the Internet. Thankfully, a few LPers have recorded different scenarios and caught the FMVs. The great thing about this is, the surrounding in-game, non-FMV conversations help provide even more context than the FMV footage would by itself.
MOV004: The speaker is Reni, who's undergoing a ritual to re-awaken Queen Teiris from Dragon Force I. Reni inherited part of Queen Teiris' soul, so she has to give it back as part of the ritual. I think I can take it from here to give the dialogue a little more of a self-sacrificial vibe.
MOV005: This is another one from Reni's scenario. The gist is, there's a big energy shield preventing an invasion of the bad guy's island. In each of the game's scenarios, the exact means of taking it down varies, and in Reni's scenario they're going to use the "light side" of the Dragon Force. The light side is just a sliver of the Dragon Force we knew in Dragon Force I, whereas the corrupted "dark side" is much more powerful and that's what's fueling the barrier. So Reni and Teiris have to level up their part of the Dragon Force with, like, the earth's spirit energy and happy thoughts and stuff. The first two lines (male speakers) in the audio clip seem to be almost verbatim repeats of thoughts expressed earlier in the in-game dialogue, so I think I'm going to re-work those a tiny bit so they don't seem too repetitive in the context of our translation. But the rest of the lines seem pretty much spot-on.
- Context footage from ProKaKah's LP: Powering up the light side of the Dragon Force.
- Context footage from ProKaKah's LP: Looks like the idea here is that Frest and Averus (most likely the male speakers almost repeating themselves in the FMV audio) expected the ritual shown in the prior footage to bring down the barrier all by itself. But there must be, like, a mathematical "inverse square of the distance" rule here, and Reni and Teiris realize they need to bring their powered-up happy thoughts a little closer to the barrier to bring it down.
- Context footage from ProKaKah's LP: Leading into the FMV audio clip and its aftermath.
MOV006: No gameplay footage recorded for the corresponding scenarios yet, but this one's easy enough. Kaede and Shen are bringing down that same barrier with super-powered katanas, and the translation here also looks spot-on to me. Great job on retaining the characters' personalities! The dialogue you translated here meshes perfectly with the rest of the script, virtually no editing needed.
MOV008: This time, it's Gangas bringing down the barrier. Since his people are close to the earth, it's with the help of little forest-faerie-children-spirit-thingies.
MOV009: This time, it's Princess Sanice's pet robot Katmando bringing down the barrier. She gets technical help powering up Katmando from another leader, Adelvach.
MOV012: This is where the Big Bad, Grandel, appears and makes himself known. He's all about plunging the world into darkness, so this one's already spot-on.
Also, there are three lines of unvoiced text at the end of Reni's scenario that flew completely under my radar until reyvgm pointed them out. This particular scenario didn't have a full ending coded for it (very odd, as all the others do) so these three lines of text are the closest thing to it. These lines are accompanied by psychedelic imagery and one of the most spine-tingling screams ever voice acted, so my guess is Reni's soul gets torn apart after the last boss -- the end. It's really bizarre stuff. Or, perhaps a little less bizarre, they're saying Reni's soul gets re-inherited and the cycle begins anew with a child who's crying after just coming into the world, in case that alternate armchair guess helps. Here are the lines of displayed text, followed by in-game context: