Kassandra came across a man who had locked himself in a cage, fearing he would do terrible things to his parents.
While in Opous, Kassandra came across the sight of a man who locked himself in a cage, with two people outside.
- Katina: Get out of the cage right now!
- Supideo: It's for you own good!
- Pedasos: You're being superstitious!
Kassandra approached them.
- Kassandra: Are these people harassing you?
- Katina: Harassing him? We're his parents!
- Supideo: I told you mater, this is for your protection!
- Kassandra: Protection from what, exactly?
- Pedasos: He just got back from Delphi. Spoke with the Oracle. Been out of his mind ever since.
- Supideo: She revealed my prophecy. My mind has never been more clear. She said I would do unspeakable things to my parents. That mater's blood would stain the earth. And pater will scream to the gods in agony.
- Kassandra: Oracles and prophecies do more harm than good. You should listen to your gut.
Supideo let out a groan.
- Kassandra: What are you doing?
- Supideo: Listening to my gut. And it's telling me my parents will suffer if you don't help me.
Supideo turned to Kassandra.
- Supideo: You! You can help me!
- Kassandra: All right, Supideo. I'll get these weapons for you, for a price.
Kassandra left Supideo and his parents, only to change her mind and return later.
- Supideo: Misthios! Have you changed your mind? Will you bring the sword and shield to my parents? It's the only way to stop the prophecy!
- Supideo: Of course! My parents will gladly pay you for your troubles.
- Katina: What?!
- Pedasos: What?!
- Supideo: Seek out Kosta, the village blacksmith. I brought him the sword to be sharpened not too long ago.
- Kassandra: And the shield?
- Supideo: This will be trickier. I'll explain when you return from the blacksmith.
- Kassandra: Can't wait.
- Supideo: You mustn't free me! These ropes are the only thing between my parents and my wrath! Please, misthios! Go see the blacksmith and get me my sword.
Kassandra headed to the village blacksmith.
- Kosta: Aphrodite on earth! Umm... er... My name's Kosta, at your service.
- Kassandra: Kassandra.
- Kosta: Whatever you need, name it, it's yours. I could bend some metal for you, oil those rippling muscles... Fix that broken spear?
- Kassandra: I'm looking for a sword. Belongs to Supideo.
- Kosta: Ah, Supideo. Love that boy. Bit on the thin side if you ask me. His parents feed him nothing!
- Kassandra: Yes, well, he needs his sword back.
- Kosta: And I'd love to give it to you. His sword, I mean. But, I can't just hand over swords to every gorgeous warrior who walks by.
- Kassandra: Give me the sword, and I'll make this a day you'll never forget.
- Kosta: Oh! Um... I... just... That would make every dream I've ever had come true. There's just one tiny problem. You see, my "spear" is also broken, if you catch my meaning.
Kassandra headed to the forest near the Xerxes Military Fort. She found and recovered five of the flowers of Aphrodite mentioned by Kosta.
- Kassandra: That should be enough to stoke the blacksmith's flame.
After doing so, she returned to the blacksmith.
- Kosta: Gorgeous misthios! You take my breath away! Did you bring the flowers?
- Kassandra: Can't even go flower picking without some beast trying to kill me. But yes, I have them.
- Kosta: Perfect! So, do you mean what you said, about making this a day I'd never forget?
- Kassandra: Enough talking. Eat your plants.
Kassandra and Kosta had a moment of romance. Afterwards, they returned to their spot.
- Kosta: That was incredible!
- Kassandra: Thank Aphrodite.
- Kosta: Thank all the gods! Here. As promised. I'll never forget you.
- Kassandra: No. You won't.
Before leaving, Kassandra spoke to Kosta once more.
- Kosta: Oh beautiful misthios. If only I had more Aphrodite flowers.
Kassandra returned to the caged Supideo.
- Supideo: Misthios, you've returned! Did you bring the sword?
- Kassandra: I did.
- Supideo: Thank the gods! I knew I could count on you! But this is only one of the items I needed, and I have two parents.
Kassandra recovered Supideo's sword, which he believed would help protect his parents from his "fury".