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...And My Sugar? was a virtual representation of one of Edward Kenway's genetic memories, relived by a research analyst at Abstergo Entertainment through the Animus.

Description

Returning from the fight in the bar, Edward discovered the maps and the blood vial he took from Duncan Walpole had been confiscated by the Spanish soldiers, and set out to recover them.

Dialogue

Edward returned to Stede Bonnet.

  • Edward: Sorry about the swift exit. Bit of a misunderstanding.
  • Bonnet: One heaped upon another.
  • Edward: Ah, Jaysus. I'm sorry mate, this is my doing. I'm only trying to keep these Spanish eyes off me.
  • Bonnet: Oh, it's no bother. Regrettably, these soldiers confiscated my sugar. And your dispatches.
  • Edward: Damn! And where've they gone?
  • Bonnet: I haven't the foggiest idea, I'm afraid. I suspect those chaps might but my Spanish is muy malidad (very evil), so I'd- I'd rather not ask.
  • Edward: Shit. All right. Come on, let's follow 'em and recover my maps.
  • Bonnet: And my sugar?
  • Edward: What in my drawers? We'll see what happens.

Edward and Bonnet following the guards

Edward and Bonnet followed two Spanish guards.

  • Bonnet: You don't mind me tagging along, do you?
  • Edward: Not if you keep quiet and stay out of sight. Bonnet!
  • Bonnet: I believe I'm getting the hang of this!
  • Edward: Quiet!
  • Bonnet: I fear they're on to us!
  • Edward: Hang back!
  • Bonnet: Oh. Perhaps we should split up to confuse them.
  • Edward: It's the best idea you've had today.
  • Merchant: (Hello, sirs). You're late.
  • Soldier: Yes sir. (Yes), We are very sorry. Our Captain delayed us.
  • Merchant: This would be Captain Mendoza?
  • Soldier: Yes, Sir. He is very excited to meet you. Only he must be present for a... a... a hanging, (sir.)
  • Merchant: Hanging? Ah... love a good hanging!
  • Soldier: Yes, very nice. If we hear the bell we may go, if you like!
  • Merchant: I'd love to. Especially, if Captain Mendoza is pulling the trap. The man owes me money for the slaves I sold him.
  • Soldier: Of course, Sir. Captain Mendoza is happy to pay you. We have goods to sell. Sugars and such.
  • Merchant: Excellent.
  • Soldier: The bell, Señor! The hanging will be started soon!
  • Merchant: Well, let's not dilly-dally!
  • Soldier: Yes, Sir. We go!

Edward eavesdropped on a conversation.

Edward tailing the guard and the merchant

  • Merchant: How long will this hanging take, man? I don't mean to hang about all day for the captain.
  • Soldier: Quick as anything, sir. Captain Mendoza needs only to hang the man, then he will deliver your payment.
  • Merchant: I don't want reales, mind. I want goods. Things I can sell. Tobacco. Rum. Sugar.
  • Soldier: (Yes, Yes!) We have much fine sugar. Crates we took off a fat Englishman last night.
  • Merchant: Englishman?
  • Soldier: (Yes.) Sugar from Barbados. Very fine. We hold it in the Castillo after the man started the fight last night. He ran, left his sugar behind. Very fine.
  • Merchant: Well that's a start. Shall I accompany him to the Castillo?
  • Soldier: No sir. Captain Mendoza will have it sent to you, I believe. You will see.
  • Merchant: Good lord! Is that big brute your Captain Mendoza?
  • Soldier: No sir. He is El Tiburón. El Tiburón Governor Torres' man.

Edward tailed Captain Mendoza and stole his key, after which he snuck into the fort lockup and retrieved his maps. He then returned to Bonnet.

Edward compensating Bonnet for the lost sugar

  • Edward: Sorry about the sugar. I've only one pair of hands.
  • Bonnet: Oh, it's no great loss. Uh, I've got a... plenty of cargo here to make a profit of my trip.
  • Edward: Will you stay here long?
  • Bonnet: For a few weeks, yes. Then back to Barbados, to the tedium of domesticity.
  • Edward: Don't settle for tedium. Sail for Nassau. Live life as you see fit.
  • Bonnet: Haven't I heard that Nassau is crawling with pirates? Seems a very tawdry place.
  • Edward: Not tawdry. Liberated.
  • Bonnet: Oh, God, that would be an adventure. But no, no... I'm a husband and a father, I have responsibilities. Life can't be all pleasure and distraction, Duncan.
  • Edward: Hey, ah, Bonnet. The name's Edward, in truth. Duncan's only a handle.
  • Bonnet: Ah... a secret name for your secret meeting with the governor.
  • Edward: The governor, right. I think I've kept him waiting long enough.

Outcome

Edward recovered the maps and the blood vial from the fort.

Gallery

References

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag memories
Main memories
Sequence 1: Prologue
Edward Kenway
Sequence 2: The Spanish Main
Lively Havana - ...And My Sugar? - Mister Walpole, I Presume? - A Man They Call the Sage - Claiming What's Due - The Treasure Fleet
Sequence 3: The Republic of Pirates
This Tyro Captain - Now Hiring - Prizes and Plunder - Raise the Black Flag - Sugarcane and Its Yields - Proper Defenses - A Single Madman
Sequence 4: Retribution
This Old Cove - Nothing Is True... - The Sage's Buried Secret - Overrun and Outnumbered
Sequence 5: Mistaken Motives
The Forts - Traveling Salesman - Unmanned
Sequence 6: Shifting Sands
Diving for Medicines - Devil's Advocate - The Siege of Charles-Towne
Sequence 7: The British Invasion
We Demand a Parlay - The Gunpowder Plot - Commodore Eighty-Sixed - The Fireship
Sequence 8: No Regrets
Do Not Go Gently... - Vainglorious Bastards - Marooned
Sequence 9: Muddied Waters
Imagine My Surprise - Trust Is Earned
Sequence 10: Dead Reckoning
Black Bart's Gambit - Murder and Mayhem - The Observatory
Sequence 11: To the Lees
To Suffer Without Dying - Delirium - ...Everything Is Permitted
Sequence 12: The Eagle and the Jackdaw
A Governor No Longer - Royal Misfortune - Tainted Blood - Ever a Splinter
Sequence 13: Epilogue
The End - How Grand, Master Kenway!
Templar hunts
Opía Apito
The Taíno Assassin - Templar Ships - Right-Hand Man - The Trail of Lucia Márquez
Rhona Dinsmore
Bureau Under Attack - A Thief in the Market - Arms Race - Flint's End
Antó
The Maroon Assassin - Recruiting Maroons - Under Attack - The Commander's Ruse
Vance Travers
Oh Brother... - The Other Brother - Upton's Sorrow - Queen of Pirates, King of Fools
Assassination contracts
The Plantation Master - The Guard Post - The Slave Traders - The Judge - The Weapons Smugglers - The British Captain - Beach Bonfire - A Shipment of Powder - The Spanish Commander - Unlicensed Dealer - No More Taxes - A Botched Escape - The Pirate Captain - The Outlaws - Tomb Raiders - A Last Drink for the Road - Castaway - The Unworthy Brother - The Poachers - The Deserter - The Twin Dilemma - The Dreaded Pirate - The Expedition - The Slave Master - A Slaver's Business - The Informant - The Treasure Hunter - Shady Business - The Smuggler's Squat - The Outlaw's Cave
Naval contracts
An Eye for an Eye - The Law of the Ocean - A Spanish Plague - Driftwood - Silk on the Waves - Contraband - Private Escort - Blind Justice - The Realities of War - Hunter Gatherer - Papers, Please - Weathering the Storm - Smuggler's Den - A Personal Matter - The Final Contract
Aveline missions
The Rebel Camp - The Fort - The Tower
Freedom Cry missions
The Calm Before the Storm - A Common Enemy - Laying the First Brick - A Ship of His Own - Lifting the Veil - A Scientific Inquiry - Plant the Seeds - Down with the Ship - De Fayet's Last Stand
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