11:56 That's some pretty interesting insight into Ramza's character. My favorite character moments of the game are Gafgarion and Ramza. I love how Gafgarion continues to try and make Ramza look at the world with a more critical (and cynical) eye. It seems clear that the two bonded over the course of their time together and Gafgarion, in his own way, cares about Ramza. The relationship doesn't seem reciprocal though. Ramza never tries to really understand Gafgarion and doesn't look past Gafgarion's actions at Zirekile.
Honestly, while I love Zirekile this is one of the few spots that the plot skips a beat. Why is Gafgarion planning on "killing" the Princess here, but is later given instructions to take her back to Igros? Especially since Agrias does later (At Golgorand, if you bring her) ask "What are you planning to do with the Princess?" And Gafgarion responds "My mission is to take her back to Igros, after that I cannot say." And the tone presented seems to be a certain lack of surety on Gafgarion's part.
I love the cutscenes in War of the Lions and I really wish there were a few more (at least 3 per chapter. Chapter 2 gets three after all. Well, technically). That piano theme of Delita's Theme fits so much better than "Zalbag's Theme" which is more or less meant to show comradarie throughout the game. After playing the game though it's so obvious how Delita is playing them all like a fiddle. Delita specifically mentions not to take her to Goltana because "He will offer up their heads in hopes of keeping his own." When that is Delita's end goal. I would love to know what would have happened had Ramza been a little more politically savvy and called him on that.