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


While in the Pronnoi Peninsula, Kassandra came across a man near Kleptous Bay.


Kassandra approached the man on the hill near Kleptous Bay.

  • Davos: Ah, misthios! You must help me.
  • Kassandra: Must I?
  • Davos: If you know what's good for you and your purse, you'll take pause.
  • Kassandra: I'm listening.
  • Davos: I'm am exile from Athens... Though by looking at me, I'm sure that's impossible to believe.

  • Kassandra: A successful exile, at least. Who should offer enough to keep me interested.
  • Davos: You have a good eye.

  • Kassandra: I see humility's important to you.
  • Davos: When you're wealthy, you can afford to be proud.
  • Kassandra: We'll see how that works in convincing me to do what you need.
  • Davos: My drachmae speak for themselves.

  • Kassandra: Your money's a siren song to bandits on Kephallonia. It won't last long.
  • Davos: My drachmae aren't going anywhere... Except a portion will be paid to you if you agree to my terms.

  • Kassandra: What's the problem?
  • Davos: It's my brother Orneos. He's been captured by bandits! We were attacked when our ship landed. They must have smelled our wealth from across the water. I managed to escape, but he's stuck in a cage on the dock like a beast!
  • Kassandra: And you want me to rescue him.
  • Davos: Bring him to me with not a hair on his head disturbed, and I'll pay you well.

(If players choose "Why were you exiled?")

  • Kassandra: So someone in Athens wanted you out.
  • Davos: Many "someones," actually. Ostracized for the same thing, Ornes and I. "Fraud" they called it! But that's life, isn't it? You're used to that, aren't you misthios?
  • Kassandra: What?
  • Davos: A mercenary's life isn't an honest one, of course. But don't worry! Your secret's safe with me.
  • Kassandra: I'd watch your tongue, old man.
    I'll rescue your brother. For a price.
  • Davos: Yes yes, of course, drachmae is the only language you Kephallonians understand.
  • Kassandra: I'm not Kephallonian.

Kassandra head down the hill to the docks, which had been overran with bandits. After eliminating the bandits, Kassandra approached a small cage, where a man was held in.

  • Civilian: Release me! I am not an animal!

Kassandra freed the man, and escorted him back to Davos.

  • Civilian: How dare they lay their filthy hands on me! And you, here, a drachma for your efforts. Although you could have arrived sooner.
  • Kassandra: Your brother sent me.
  • Civilian: I knew he'd rescue me! And how quickly he's found himself a lackey.
  • Kassandra: To be clear, I'm the one rescuing you, and if it wasn't for your brother's money I'd gladly feed you to the pigs. Now let's go. Stay close, and shut up.

They returned to Davos.

  • Davos: Orneos! Reunited again!
  • Civilian: I don't know where you find these ruffians, brother, but they do get the job done.
  • Kassandra: This is touching, but you owe me drachmae.
  • Davos: You proved yourself useful. Get yourself something nice.


Kassandra helped Davos to rescue his brother from the bandits.


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