Bayek entered the courtyard and found Menehet waiting.
- Menehet: Bayek! What good fortune. I thought it would be years before we saw you again!
- Bayek: Hail in peace, Menehet. How is your family?
- Menehet: The children seem to grow larger by the minute! My wife and I have our hands full. And you? Is there any news of--
- Bayek: None.
- Menehet: I forget myself... There are so many things in your life best not spoken of. Forgive me.
- Bayek: I see by your garb that you've been promoted.
- Menehet: Ah, yes. The High Priest, in his grace, made me his second. And my rank is not the only thing he has changed. You must see the temple!
- Bayek: You will give me a tour?
- Menehet: Of course, of course! At the moment of your pleasure.
Bayek agreed to the tour.
- Menehet: Ready to see our beautiful temple?
- Bayek: After you, Menehet... or is it "Servant of the Goddess"?
- Menehet: "Menehet" will do for one as good as family.
Bayek followed Menehet into the temple.
- Bayek: This is far from the sorry ruin of my last visit.
- Menehet: Yamu now plays constant host to ceremonies showing our "rustic" way of life... which attract many visitors with more gold than sense.
- Bayek: A description well suited to Alexandrians. How does this sit with your faith?
- Menehet: I confess that my thoughts are sometimes uneasy...
A temple worker gave Bayek a bowl of offerings, which he took, and knelt in front of the pool within the temple. Bayek noticed some kids hiding behind a column. He smiled, and shook his head, placing the bowl into the pool. The children then came from behind him, 'attacking' Bayek.
- Bayek: Oho! Vanquished by a gang of ruffians, silent as (ghosts)!
- Child 1: Uncle Bayek! Uncle Bayek!
- Child 2: Hello, Uncle!
- Menehet: Jewels of my life, why have you left your mother's side?
- Child 3: Pick me up, Uncle Bayek!
- Bayek: See now, there's no need to attack a man from behind when outnumbering him four to one.
- Hasina: You told us to... secure every advantage possible over a dangerous foe.
- Bayek: Yes, yes, yes...
Bayek roared in jest which scared the children, laughing, away.
- Bayek: And I am very dangerous!
Hide well, for the Wanderer stalks your path!
Bayek and the children played a game of hide and seek. Menehet offered Bayek some hints.
- Menehet: Hasina loves to look at the sky. I think I saw her on her way to the upper floor. Soris might be bothering the sacred animals outside. He often plays at being a gladiator. I have told the children over and over that they are not permitted to play in the temple, but they never listen.
Bayek discovered Nailah hiding behind of the columns.
- Nailah: You found me. Your turn to hide!
- Bayek: Come away from there, Nailah. You're getting in the priests' way.
Bayek continued to search for the other children. Nailah followed him closely.
- Bayek: Nailah, are you following me?
- Nailah: You might get lost with me. It's a big temple!
Nailah kept following him.
- Bayek: Your father wants you to go home.
- Nailah: And I prefer to stay with you!
Bayek and Nailah traveled to the backyard.
- Nailah: Are you going to sleep at our house again?
- Bayek: Not this time, but I do hope to pass by and visit your mother.
Bayek and Nailah discovered Soris standing in front of a cage containing a hyena.
- Soris: Beast, you will meet your end at the hands of the mighty gladiator, Soris!
The cage broke and the hyena escaped.
- Bayek: Soris! Stay back!
- Soris: HELLLLLP!
Bayek killed the hyena and together with Nailah, they continued their search.
- Nailah: Do you want to hear a secret?
- Bayek: Not if its about your father.
- Nailah: Awww.
He and Nailah travelled upstairs.
- Nailah: My sister always sneaks up to the temple roof at night to look at the stars. But don't tell anyone -- the priests would be so angry!
They discovered Hasina standing at the edge of the roof.
- Bayek: Hasina! You must come down from here.
- Hasina: This would be a good place to watch the stars!
- Bayek: Only the priests are permitted here. You know that.
- Hasina: Yes, but I want to see--
- Bayek: Hush, come down now. We can watch stars from the riverbank.
Bayek and Nailah went down to the second floor and continued to look for the other children.
- Nailah: My father is never at home these days.
- Bayek: Why not?
- Nailah: He has too much work with people coming from all over.
Bayek discovered Keba in a well and jumped down.
- Bayek: Keba? What in the name of the gods are you doing down there?
- Keba: I wanted to hide, but now I can't get back out... I'm scared.
- Bayek: Stay calm. I will help you out of there.
Bayek destroyed the reed fence blocking a tunnel leading out of the well, and escorted Keba out.
- Bayek: This way, through the tunnel.
- Keba: Thank you, Uncle Bayek!
- Bayek: Go straight home to your mother. She will be worried.
Keba returned home.
- Bayek: That's the last of the children.
Bayek found all the children. He returned to the courtyard, where he found a man confronting Menehet.
- Man: Look at this! Fraud abounds in your market, and you claim you can do nothing?
- Menehet: The dealings of the market are beyond me. Speak rather to the offending merchant.
- Man: Priest, you have proven as false as your mummies!
The man walked away in a huff.
- Bayek: Menehet! Your brood is delivered safely home.
- Menehet: Thank you, friend.
- Bayek: What did that fool want with you?
- Menehet: Some visitors, having purchased religious objects, are angry when our village has no more dead cats to sell them. Though not a merchant, I am often the means by which the aggrieved snuff their anger.
- Bayek: This matter needs a firm hand.
Bayek was reunited with his friend Menehet. He played a game of hide and seek with his children before returning them home. He also discovered from Menehet that there was a problem at the market, with fake religious products being sold to visitors, causing Menehet some distress.