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A Night to Remember was a virtual representation of one of Kassandra's genetic memories, relived by Layla Hassan through the Portable Animus HR-8.5.

Description

After defeating Podarkes, liberating the Delians, and learning the truth about the relationship between Podarkes and Kyra, Kassandra attended the rebels' celebration of their rebellion.

Dialogue

Barnabas

As the festivities began, Kassandra met with Barnabas.

  • Kassandra: The people are happy.
  • Barnabas: As they should be! For the first time since Ares cursed us with war, the Delos Islands now know freedom.
  • Kassandra: But where is Kyra? It's not like her to miss a chance to drink with her troops.

(If players kept her secret)

  • Barnabas: She told me you kept her secret... I'm still shocked. Podarkes was a complicated man, but he was still her father. She snuck off to send him to the Ferryman alone.

(If players revealed her secret)

  • Barnabas: I haven't seen her celebrate with her troops since you revealed her past. She's gone to send her father to the Ferryman alone.

  • Kassandra: All good warriors deserve their sendoff, I suppose. Even Podarkes.
  • Barnabas: Pray that we're shown the same kindness when our time comes. In the meantime, there is wine to be drunk, and tales to be told.

  • Kassandra: If Podarkes were my family, I'd have tied him to a tree and left him to rot.
  • Barnabas: You and many others on Delos. But, this is still more celebration than funeral. There's wine to drink, and tales to tell.

Kassandra laughed.

(On good terms with Thaletas?)

  • Kassandra: Make the tale great. The troops deserve it. Thaletas especially.

(On poor terms with Thaletas?)

  • Kassandra: Make the tale great. The troops deserve it. Even Thaletas.

(No one romanced)

  • Barnabas: Indeed he does! He's just up the stairs, that way. I've been meaning to tell him how I lost this eye.

(Kyra or Thaletas romanced)

  • Barnabas: Certainly... if you can find him. And when you do, remind him—I still plan to tell him how I lost this eye.

Regardless, Kassandra asked about the crew.

  • Kassandra: And the crew? Ready to sail?
  • Barnabas: On your order. But first, let the crew enjoy a drink and a song. You deserve one, too.

Podarkes's Funeral

Kassandra made her way to Kyra, who had prepared a funeral pyre for Podarkes. Kassandra handed her an obol.

Kyra accepted the coin and stepped forward with a torch in hand. She tossed the coin onto Podarkes's corpse.

  • Kyra: Go now, into the river of black night, and embrace the boundless gloom. You shall wander obscure even in the house of Hades, flitting among the shadowy dead.

She said this as she lit the bonfire, casting the torch aside when done. She steeled herself as Podarkes burned.

  • Kassandra: You shouldn't have to say goodbye alone.
  • Kyra: I'm glad I'm not alone. I've wanted to watch him burn for so long. Now that it's happened... I thought I'd feel peace.
  • Kassandra: And what do you feel?
  • Kyra: I used to feel vengeful... Now... empty.

  • Kassandra: He's dead, and nothing we can do will bring him back.
  • Kyra: We? We didn't kill him. You did. I had a chance to say goodbye to him and you took it from me. The gods demanded justice from me.

Kyra's grief came to a head.

  • Kassandra: Right here, right now, all that matters are the people who have fought for you. They need you now—not the gods.

Kassandra's words encouraged Kyra, and she resolved to live.

  • Kassandra: If the gods are displeased, offer them a sacrifice.
  • Kyra: A sacrifice... What do I have left that they haven't taken from me?

Kyra's grief overwhelmed her.

  • Kassandra: People gave their lives for you, Kyra. I nearly gave my own. The gods have blessed you, and you don't even see it.
  • Kyra: No one can see what the gods do. They tricked me into wanting him dead. They tormented my thoughts until I could think of nothing else. And now, I see them laughing at me.

Kyra's grief overwhelmed her.

  • Kassandra: I was in your place, once. The vengeance dies, then the emptiness dies too. Give it time.
  • Kyra: Time! I've given my entire life. I want it done! Kronos devours his children—rips them flesh from bone. Zeus had Prometheus torn open by birds for an eternity. Fate is cruel, and the gods are wicked.

Kyra's grief came to a head.

  • Kassandra: Right here, right now, all that matters are the people who have fought for you. They need you now—not the gods.

Kassandra's words encouraged Kyra, and she resolved to live.

  • Kassandra: If the gods are displeased, offer them a sacrifice.
  • Kyra: A sacrifice... What do I have left that they haven't taken from me?

Kyra's grief overwhelmed her.

  • Kassandra: People gave their lives for you, Kyra. I nearly gave my own. The gods have blessed you, and you don't even see it.
  • Kyra: No one can see what the gods do. They tricked me into wanting him dead. They tormented my thoughts until I could think of nothing else. And now, I see them laughing at me.

Kyra's grief overwhelmed her.

  • Kassandra: He's gone, but you're still here. The people need you. If you don't protect them, there will be another Podarkes to come and take his place.

Kassandra's words encouraged Kyra, and she resolved to live.

Kyra lives

(If Kyra's secret was kept.)

  • Kyra: You're right. They do need me. And I need them. We're rebels with nothing left to rebel against. They need me now more than ever.

(If Kyra's secret was revealed.)

  • Kyra: They don't need me. You made sure none of them would ever trust me again.
  • Kassandra: We all have complicated pasts, Kyra. It's nothing to be ashamed of. Your family—your real family, is celebrating tonight in your honor.
  • Kyra: We're rebels with nothing left to rebel against. That's not much to start a family on... but it's more than I ever had. You're right.

Kassandra nodded, and the two hugged.

  • Kyra: Thank you.

(If players asked "What will you do now?")

  • Kassandra: What will you do next? Mykonos will need to rebuild.
  • Kyra: Then that's what we'll do. But not to put it back as it was... not as pater wanted. We'll make this place a new home for our people to be free. To live good lives.

(Leave – "Let's go to the celebration.")

  • Kassandra: Kyra... He's gone. Your rebels are waiting.
  • Kyra: They're celebrating. Let's celebrate with them.

They wrapped their arms across each other's shoulders and stared at the pyre a while longer before heading to the celebration.

  • Kyra: Goodbye, pater.

Kyra dies

Kassandra was at a loss for what to say next. While she was contemplating, she did not notice Kyra walk to the edge of the cliff.

  • Kassandra: Kyra, stop. You're too close to the edge.

(Secret kept)

  • Kyra: Nothing. All of this was for nothing. I'm a rebel with nothing left to rebel against. It didn't bring her back.

(Secret revealed)

  • Kyra: Nothing. All of this was for nothing. You made sure of that... and now nothing will bring her back.

Kassandra was confused.

  • Kassandra: Her? Who?
  • Kyra: Curse our cruel gods. I will see you, mater. And pater.
  • Kassandra: Kyra! Stop!
  • Kyra: No shame. No pain. We will be together again.

She threw herself off the cliff to her death.

  • Kassandra: Kyra!

Kassandra looked down to the cliff's bottom with grief in her expression. She later climbed down to the shore and found Kyra's corpse.

Thaletas on the Beach

Kassandra encountered Thaletas on a small circular beach leading offshore, far away from the celebration.

Kyra romance

  • Kassandra: Thaletas. What are you doing out here?
  • Thaletas: Thinking. Praying. This was my time, Kassandra.
  • Kassandra: What?

(If Kyra's secret was kept)

  • Thaletas: This glory was supposed to be mine, but you took everything from me. You took Podarkes. You took these islands. You took Kyra, my love!

(If Kyra's secret was revealed)

  • Thaletas: You took everything from me. You took Podarkes. You took these islands. This glory was supposed to be mine.
  • Kassandra: I didn't "take" anything!
  • Thaletas: Even after you tried to turn the rebels against her, Kyra still chose you over me!

(If romance with Thaletas pursued, then Kyra chosen)

  • Thaletas: This glory was supposed to be mine. Podarkes was mine to kill. These islands were mine to win for Sparta. You were mine, and Kyra took you from me!

  • Kassandra: Be reasonable, Thaletas.
  • Thaletas: I tried to be reasonable. I am not reasonable. I. Am. Spartan.

  • Kassandra: Thaletas. Listen to me. Kyra is dead.
  • Thaletas: What? No! You... you killed her?

Thaletas screamed in rage and agony.

  • Kassandra: No one belongs to you, Thaletas. I didn't take your glory, I helped you.
  • Thaletas: You did nothing! We were in love, you know. We can be again... I can still have her heart, still prove to her I'm the warrior she wants.

Regardless, Thaletas showed his jealous true colors and attacked Kassandra, leaving her no choice but to kill him.

Thaletas romance

  • Kassandra: Thaletas. What are you doing out here?
  • Thaletas: Thinking... Praying... We should talk.

He turned to face the west-southwest.

  • Thaletas: Sparta's that way. Just past the crests of the waves. I can almost hear her singing us home.
  • Kassandra: Us? Thaletas...
  • Thaletas: Leave your crew... Come with me. Join my side, and we can win glory for Sparta together.

  • Kassandra: I'd love to join you, if I could. But you're a Spartan general now, and I have my own destiny.
  • Thaletas: I know it's crazy. But I came to these islands expecting nothing but death.
  • Thaletas: And then I found you. I know you have your life to live, and I want you to live it. Who knows, maybe the Fates will bring us together again one day...
  • Kassandra: But not today.
  • Thaletas: My troops are going to start looking for me soon. I'll see you at the celebration.

  • Kassandra: I don't sail by anyone's side, Thaletas. You know that by now.
  • Kassandra: If you wanted true glory, true freedom, you are welcome to join me on the Adrestia.
  • Thaletas: You have my love, Kassandra, but Sparta has my heart. Perhaps, one day...
  • Kassandra: But not today.
  • Thaletas: I should be with my men. I'll see you at the celebration.

  • Kassandra: Me? By your side? That's why you're out here?
  • Thaletas: You... you don't feel the same.
  • Kassandra: It was one night, Thaletas.
  • Thaletas: But... after everything you said to me, everything we shared, I thought...
  • Kassandra: You think too much.
  • Thaletas: I came to these islands expecting death, but I never expected to feel this pain.

Thaletas curled his lower lip and shook his head.

  • Thaletas: Chaire.

Regardless, duty compelled the two Spartan lovers to part ways.

Celebration

Kassandra made her way to the celebration. She passed by Praxos.

  • Praxos: Podarkes is dead because of you. We owe you that.

Herodianos also had kind words for her.

  • Herodianos: What a glorious battle! It was an honor to fight by your side, Eagle Bearer.
(If The Sokratic Method is complete)
Sokrates was also present at the celebration, with a series of wise words for Kassandra.
  • Sokrates: Life is only worth living if we spend our time examining our choices, wouldn't you agree?
  • Sokrates: Only by accepting you know nothing at all, can one truly know wisdom.
  • Sokrates: Relax, and enjoy your time in this world. There is nothing more barren than a busy life.
  • Sokrates: My intent is never to fill your head as one fills a cup with wine, but to ignite in you a flame that will burn brightly on its own.
  • Sokrates: Why not enjoy the celebration a while?
(If Kasos is alive)
  • Kasos: I'll won't stop fighting until Delos is free, or I die. Thanks to you, it's looking good for Delos.

Kyra and Thaletas alive

Kassandra spotted Kyra and Thaletas at the celebration and spoke to them.

  • Kassandra: There you are. You look happy.
  • Kyra: I said goodbye to the past, with your help. Now we welcome what the Fates will bring.

(Thaletas not romanced)

  • Thaletas: You were there when Kyra needed you. You're an ally to Sparta, and to our islands.

  • Kassandra: I wanted to be there for Kyra. She needed me. You needed me.
  • Kyra: Right... Well, did you hear about Thaletas? Sparta is calling him home. They intend to make him a general.

  • Kassandra: Your islands. So, the rebels are now the rulers?
  • Kyra: One thing at a time. First, we celebrate. Besides, Sparta is calling Thaletas home. They intend to make him a general.

(Secret kept)

  • Thaletas: And I've already told them no. My place is here, on Delos, rebuilding my home with the woman I love.

(Secret revealed)

  • Thaletas: But I'm staying here. Since you showed us Kyra's past, it's made us closer.
  • Kassandra: Closer.
  • Kyra: He told me his place is here, on our islands, rebuilding our home, and our love.

  • Kassandra: You earned this celebration, and all the prosperity the gods will bring.
  • Kyra: The gods gave me more than enough. Any prosperity is for the people of the islands, not us.
  • Kyra: Thank you, Kassandra. We owe you our lives.

  • Kassandra: You owe me... both of you.
  • Kyra: We will live forever in your debt. What we rebuild, we rebuild in your honor. Thank you, Kassandra.

Kassandra bid them farewell.

(Thaletas romanced)

  • Thaletas: Kassandra, about what I said at the beach...

  • Kassandra: Um... Thaletas, maybe now's not the best time...

  • Kassandra: Thaletas, please, just forget it.

Regardless, Kyra brushed it off.

(Secret kept)

  • Kyra: Relax. I'm glad you two had your fun. You taught him a thing or two.

(Secret revealed)

  • Kyra: Relax. Thaletas tells me everything. And now, thanks to you, he knows everything about me. I'm glad you two had your fun.

Regardless, Thaletas changed his plans.

  • Thaletas: Kyra and I have decided I'm going to stay here, with her, and help rebuild what was lost in the rebellion.
  • Kassandra: You have?
  • Kyra: Yes. We have.
  • Kassandra: Well, I'm glad you two are together. And... happy. May Artemis and Apollo guide you as you govern your islands.

No matter what, only death could separate the rebel and the Spartan. Kassandra bid them farewell.

Kyra alive

With Thaletas dead in his own jealousy, only Kyra was present at the celebration. Kassandra spoke to her.

  • Kyra: Thanks for being with me back there. I needed you.

They embraced.

  • Kassandra: I wanted to be. You know that.
  • Kyra: Oh! Did you hear? They're promoting Thaletas to general, and sending him back to Sparta in the morning.

Kassandra rubbed her neck with discomfort.

  • Kassandra: Thaletas is... dead. He attacked me on the beach. Because of us.
  • Kyra: He what? No! Why would he... Thaletas! You fool.
  • Kyra: You stubborn, bull-headed, glorious fool.

She turned her grief against Kassandra.

  • Kyra: And you just had to kill him, didn't you?
  • Kassandra: He left me no choice.

(If Kyra's secret was kept)

  • Kyra: I sent out two notes, and who responds? Thaletas the Spartan, and Kassandra the Eagle Bearer. I never imagined you'd both bring me so much sorrow.

She uncorked a small flask and took a drink.

(If Kyra's secret was revealed)

  • Kyra: The same way you didn't have a choice about giving me pater's doll in front of my men? My family?
  • Kassandra: They deserved the truth.
  • Kyra: You broke my heart. You killed my... Podarkes, and now you killed Thaletas. The sooner you leave Mykonos the better.

Regardless, Kassandra gave a weak apology.

  • Kassandra: Kyra, I'm sorry.
  • Kyra: So am I, misthios. So am I.

  • Kassandra: That is what he deserves... May he sail safely to his distant shore.

Kyra's tone turned sad.

  • Kyra: I sent out two notes, and who responds? Kassandra, the mighty Eagle Bearer, and Thaletas, a Spartan.

She uncorked a small flask and took a drink in toast. Afterwards, she perked up.

(If Kyra's secret was kept)

  • Kyra: He's gone now, but we're together, like Artemis and Apollo, like Mykonos and Delos. And the people are celebrating us.

(If Kyra's secret was revealed)

  • Kyra: I lost my father. I almost lost my family, after what you did.
  • Kassandra: They deserved the truth.
  • Kyra: Yes, and I'm glad they know. The truth brought us closer together.
  • Kyra: They've even fallen for you, as I have. And they are celebrating us.

Regardless, Kassandra reminded her of her departure.

  • Kassandra: They are. But soon, I'll set sail.
  • Kyra: Let the Fates come when they may. Tonight, Kassandra, we are together. All of us. One family. One rebellion.

Thaletas alive

With Kyra having taken her own life, only Thaletas was present at the celebration. Kassandra spoke to him.

  • Thaletas: It's over. Blood spilled, battles won. They made me general, you know. Just told me. You deserve the rank more than anyone here.

  • Kassandra: I deserve that and more for what I've done on these islands.

  • Kassandra: General? Looks good on you, Thaletas. You deserve it.

(If not romanced)

  • Thaletas: Too true! I only wish my Kyra were here to celebrate. I'm going to ask her to sail with me back to Sparta tonight.

(If romanced)

  • Thaletas: Too true!
  • Thaletas: Even if we can't be together, I will sail home to Sparta with you in my heart.
  • Thaletas: And before I go, I should say goodbye to Kyra.

  • Kassandra: Kyra... can't make it for now.

She scratched her neck and looked away briefly.

  • Kassandra: But she said we should celebrate without her.

She grabbed a cup of wine.

(Secret kept)

  • Thaletas: Can't make it?
  • Thaletas: That woman is full of surprises.
  • Thaletas: You certainly proved that when you exposed her past.
  • Thaletas: Ah, well!
  • Thaletas: Our first drink will be to Kyra, then.

He grabbed a cup and held it high in toast.

  • Kassandra: To Kyra.

She took a swig with a wistful expression.

(Secret revealed)

  • Thaletas: Celebrate without her? Impossible!
  • Kassandra: But, let's try.

He grabbed a cup and held it high in toast.

  • Thaletas: To victory, and too Sparta.
  • Kassandra: To victory.

She took a swig with a wistful expression.

  • Kassandra: Thaletas, listen to me. Kyra... she took her life.

(Secret kept)

  • Thaletas: She what? No. No! Gods curse these Delians. This island has been nothing but misery.

He walked off towards the nearby statue, keeping his back to Kassandra.

  • Thaletas: Leave me, Kassandra.
  • Thaletas: I'd rather drink alone.
  • Kassandra: I understand.

(Secret revealed)

  • Thaletas: She... what?! No! It's not possible. She deserved a better life than this. I wish her father were still alive, so I could kill him myself.
  • Thaletas: Leave me.
  • Thaletas: I'd rather drink alone.
  • Kassandra: I understand.

Wrapping up

After speaking to whom she wished to speak, Kassandra approached Barnabas to wrap up the celebration and make ready to depart.

(If Iola was helped in Grin and Bear It)

Iola held her hand against Barnabas's face.

  • Kassandra: You! After I killed the bear, I thought you were itching to get off Delos.
  • Iola: Me too. But I met someone, and...
  • Barnabas: Kassandra! You know Iola?

  • Kassandra: She was smuggling animals for profit... and said she was leaving the islands.

  • Kassandra: She's... we're friends. But she told me she was leaving the islands.

  • Kassandra: How do you know each other? She said she was leaving the islands.

  • Iola: Well, I went to the fountain by the sanctuary to get my arm cleaned up—
  • Barnabas: And I went to pray. That's when I saw her with my good left eye—
  • Iola: —And I saw your pretty face with my good right eye.

  • Kassandra: Like two stars aligning. Cute.
  • Barnabas: The stink of roasting sacrifices, the sweaty bodies of pilgrims coming to pray... It was perfect.

  • Kassandra: Spare me, you two.
  • Barnabas: Come on, Kassandra! It was perfect—a beautiful woman, the stink of sacrifices roasting, sweaty pilgrims praying...

  • Iola: Love hits you hardest when you don't see it coming.

(If players asked "Where will you go next?")

  • Kassandra: You're still going back to Arkadia?
  • Iola: Not sure. Fates'll change, and you gotta change with 'em. The smuggler life is over for me, but I don't have a plan.

("Recruit – Join our crew.")

  • Kassandra: It sounds like you're part of the family now. You've lose your crew and your ship... Why not join us on the Adrestia? We could use someone like you.
  • Iola: You could use me? Well... A life of freedom... Water at our feet, wind at our backs—
  • Iola: What do you think, Barney?
  • Barnabas: I say welcome aboard!
  • Kassandra: Then it's settled. We set off soon. Be on deck when we do.

("Leave – I should go.")

  • Kassandra: You two try to behave yourselves.

Regardless, Kassandra spoke to Barnabas to get underway.

  • Barnabas: You look ready to go.

(If Kyra and Thaletas live)

  • Kassandra: Podarkes is gone, Thaletas and Kyra have their islands, and I have other targets to hit.
  • Barnabas: You are victorious—not that I ever doubted it. Why not say goodbye... A rousing speech to get the blood flowing?

(If Kyra only lives)

  • Kassandra: Podarkes is gone, Kyra's with her rebels, and I have other targets to hit.
  • Barnabas: Then we sail! But first... I may have told Kyra you'd give a speech to the rebels before saying goodbye.

(If Thaletas only lives)

  • Kassandra: Podarkes is gone, Thaletas is set to become general, and I have other targets to hit.
  • Barnabas: Then it's time to say goodbye. What about a speech to those you've inspired?

  • Kassandra: Let's say goodbye.
  • Barnabas: Chairete! Settle down, settle down. Kassandra has something she'd like to say.

Kassandra mounted a nearby planter to speak.

  • Kassandra: Delians! Today, you have your freedom!
  • Kassandra: So celebrate! Let Dionysos fill your cup, and the muses sing your songs.
  • Barnabas: And now, a toast. To Kassandra! To victory!

The crowd drank as Kassandra stepped down.

  • Barnabas: A fine speech... Though I'm not sure many of these rebels can imagine a free Delos.

  • Kassandra: Delians! We have won!
  • Kassandra: But now the real work begins. You must build a new home. A fair home. One where cruel people like Podarkes can never rise to power.
  • Barnabas: And now, a toast. To Kassandra! To victory!

The crowd drank as Kassandra stepped down.

  • Barnabas: What a speech! Though, I think some of the rebels like fighting more than rebuilding.

  • Kassandra: Delians! The Athenians have fallen... for now.
  • Kassandra: But they are still among you. Justice is yours to bring. Find the scum who fought for Podarkes, and make them suffer. They must pay for what they've done!
  • Barnabas: And now, a toast. To Kassandra! To victory!

The crowd drank as Kassandra stepped down.

  • Barnabas: A fine speech... If a little violent.

  • Kassandra: I think they liked it.
  • Barnabas: Of course, of course. Who wouldn't? I'll round up the crew. See you back at the ship?

Barnabas took his leave as Kassandra stared out at the city.

  • Kassandra: We've been here long enough. No speech tonight.
  • Barnabas: Kassandra! Heroes like you are meant to give speeches—it's what makes you heroes! But, I'll round up the crew. The Adrestia will be ready to sail when you are.

Barnabas took his leave as Kassandra stared out at the city.

(Kyra and Thaletas dead)

  • Kassandra: Podarkes is dead, but this is no time to celebrate. The Spartans and the rebels have both suffered.
  • Barnabas: Ours is a time of loss, it's true. Would you rather we just set sail?

(Accept – "Let's set sail.")

  • Kassandra: I've done more than enough here.
  • Barnabas: I'll round up the crew. See you back at the ship.

Barnabas took his leave of Kassandra as she stared out at the city.

Thaletas poisoned

(If Thaletas and Kasos lived, and the player gave a speech)

Before Barnabas could speak to Kassandra after her speech, Thaletas began choking. He clutched his chest and collapsed on the floor.

  • Spartan Light Soldier: He's been poisoned!

Barnabas quickly scanned the crowd and identified the culprit, Kasos. He fled.

  • Barnabas: That one. He did this! He's getting away.

Kassandra readied to chase Kasos.

  • Barnabas: I'll check Thaletas. You stop that man!

Kassandra gave chase. Revelers had their own comments.

  • Barnabas: Get him!
  • Praxos: Must have been hemlock.
  • Herodianos: My general is dead.

(Kyra alive)

  • Kyra: Thaletas! No!

Kassandra chased Kasos all the way to the shore and struck him down. She proceeded to interrogate him.

  • Kassandra: Why?! I set you free.
  • Greek Soldier: Podarkes is dead, but we are never free. The Spartans are no better than the Athenians in this war.

  • Kassandra: Thaletas isn't... wasn't like other Spartans. He cared about these islands, and the people on them.
  • Greek Soldier: Are you blind? He wanted power and control, just like Podarkes. I'm not going to let my son grow to be a slave to Lakonian kings. Misthios, please... do you have children?

(If players chose "No.")

  • Kassandra: No. Raising a family in my line of work is... difficult.

(If players chose "Maybe one day.")

  • Kassandra: Some day, if the gods will it, I would love to have children of my own.

Regardless, Kasos explained himself.

  • Greek Soldier: I was a teacher... before the war, I mean. I loved children. I thought I was making the world a better place for them, and for my own. If you ever start a family, you'll understand: you never stop fighting for the ones you love.

  • Kassandra: Find your family and get them out of here.
  • Greek Soldier: Maybe you do understand. Tell the rebels when you see them—Delians will never stop fighting until our islands are free and our children are safe.

  • Kassandra: I let you go once. I won't make that mistake again.

  • Kassandra: I let you go once. I won't make that mistake again.

Kassandra returned to the celebration, which had become a wake.

(Kyra alive)

  • Kyra: Is that lunatic dead? Did you kill him?

(If the player killed Kasos)

  • Kassandra: He's dead.
  • Kyra: What is left for the gods to take from me? When will they finally be satisfied?
  • Kassandra: Kyra...

Kyra angrily dismissed her.

  • Kyra: Go. Leave me with Thaletas.

(If the player let Kasos go)

  • Kassandra: Thaletas is gone. No amount of killing will bring him back.
  • Kyra: You showed that lunatic mercy? He killed the future of this island, misthios. I will find him myself, and rip him limb from limb.

Kassandra avoided her irate glare.

  • Kyra: As for you... get off my island.

  • Kassandra: I killed him with my bare hands.

Kyra screamed at her and grabbed her hands.

  • Kyra: Liar! Liar... where's the blood? Your hands are clean.
  • Kassandra: I....
  • Kyra: Get off my island.

Kassandra made her way to Barnabas.

  • Barnabas: We should leave.

(Accept – "Let's go.")

  • Kassandra: Agreed. Tell the crew to prepare the ship.

Barnabas took his leave as Kassandra stared out at the city.

Departure

At dawn, Kassandra met with Barnabas at the docks, who was conversing with Sokrates.

(If Sokrates was met during The Sokratic Method)

  • Kassandra: Sokrates! You looking to join our crew?
  • Sokrates: I've just come to see you off. I sail on a merchant ship in the morning.
  • Kassandra: May Poseidon calm the waves.
  • Kassandra: Barnabas, is the Adrestia ready to sail?

(If 'The Sokratic Method' was not begun)

  • Kassandra: Sokrates! The rebels are hunting Athenians. What are you doing here?
  • Sokrates: I came to teach, as I always do. But don't worry: I sail on a merchant ship set for Attika in the morning.
  • Kassandra: Wise, as always. Thanks for coming to see us off.
  • Kassandra: Speaking of being off—Barnabas, are we ready to sail?

Regardless, Barnabas apprised Kassandra of the ship's condition.

  • Barnabas: The crew are in fine spirits... If a little hungover. But the ship is ready.

(Kyra and Thaletas live)

  • Kassandra: Good. I only wish we weren't leaving Kyra and Thaletas alone to rebuild what's been destroyed by the rebellion.

(Kyra only lives)

  • Kassandra: Good. I only wish we weren't leaving Kyra alone to rebuild her home.

(Thaletas only lives)

  • Kassandra: Good. Sokrates is next, then Thaletas to Sparta. I only wish we weren't leaving the people of Delos alone to rebuild everything they've lost to the rebellion.

(Kyra and Thaletas died)

  • Kassandra: If only we weren't leaving the people of Delos alone, without Kyra or Thaletas, to rebuild what they lost to the rebellion.

Sokrates assuaged her of her concerns.

  • Sokrates: Are any of us truly alone who have our friends and allies beside us?

(If Thaletas was poisoned by Kasos)

  • Barnabas: The ship is ready, though the crew are still shaken after seeing Thaletas poisoned.
(If Kasos was killed afterwards)
  • Sokrates: Though... you shouldn't second guess your choice to save the poisoner the first time. He found justice in the end.
(If Kasos was released afterwards)
  • Sokrates: Though, if I may... You shouldn't second guess your choice to save the poisoner the first time, or the second.
  • Kassandra: That choice cost Thaletas his life... By poison, no less. A coward's death.
  • Sokrates: Did he not die winning Delos for Sparta? That's how he'll be known when he crosses the Styx to the Elysian Fields.

Regardless, Barnabas agreed with Sokrates's assessment.

  • Barnabas: Exactly. Do you remember what you told me when you first set foot on these sands?

(If players chose "I'm here for Podarkes" during Trouble in Paradise)

  • Kassandra: I said we were here to kill Podarkes.

(If players chose "It's good we came. People are dying" during 'Trouble in Paradise')

  • Kassandra: I said we came here to help people.

(If players chose "We came to do a job. Let's do it" during 'Trouble in Paradise')

  • Kassandra: That we were here to finish a job.

Regardless, Barnabas remarked on her success.

  • Barnabas: That's what we set out to do... And that's precisely what you did. They don't call you the Mighty Misthios for nothing.
  • Kassandra: Ha! Who calls me that?
  • Sokrates: He does.
  • Barnabas: Now then! It's time we give the crew some orders. Where do we sail to next?

  • Kassandra: Podarkes was only one Cultist, Barnabas. Wherever we set sail, we will find more of them... and I will kill them all.

  • Kassandra: The world is ours, and the wind is at our backs. We sail for adventure, Barnabas. Just as we always do.

  • Kassandra: I won't rest until I know my family is safe. We do what we've always done—follow their trail until I've brought everyone together again.

Outcome

Kassandra bid farewell to the Delos Islands after a long campaign to free the Delians from Podarkes the Cruel, and by extension the Cult of Kosmos. It was unclear what the Fates ultimately decreed for the friends she made along the way.

Trivia

  • If a romance with Thaletas was pursued (indicated by 'Hearts of War' becoming available), then left for Kyra, his jealousy dialogue before the prompt will first state that Kyra stole the hero from him, then returns to assuming the player stole Kyra from him.
  • If Thaletas is alone at the celebration, due to Kyra committing suicide, his responses when the player lies about her whereabouts appear to be improperly flagged. He mentions Kyra's "exposed past" if her secret was kept, and doesn't reference it at all if her secret was exposed. When telling him the truth, he curses the islands if her secret was kept, and he curses Podarkes if her secret was exposed, which indicates that he had no way of knowing she had such a surprising past aside from the player exposing it.

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