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Know Your Enemy was a virtual representation of one of Kassandra's genetic memories, relived by Layla Hassan through the Portable Animus HR-8.5.

Description

After collecting three polemarch seals, Kassandra returned to Lysander in Sparta.

Dialogue

(Dialogue continues from The Cost of War)

  • Kassandra: Fine. I'll kill more for you.
  • Lysander: My soldiers think me bloodthirsty. I know the cost of war. Neither side will be clean of it.
  • Kassandra: Your plan is working.
  • Lysander: And the Athenian think me battle shy!
  • Kassandra: That makes you happy?
  • Lysander: I held my army back, so they dropped their guard. And then we ran them aground.

(If players choose "How goes the war?")

  • Kassandra: So I take it the war is going well for you, then?
  • Lysander: Enough questions.

(If players choose "What will you do if you win?")

  • Kassandra: What will you do if you win?
  • Lysander: Enough talk.

(If players choose "OK. No more questions.")

  • Kassandra: Fine. I won't ask any more questions.
  • Lysander: Tell me then, Eagle Bearer, you must be pleased with our progress.
  • Kassandra: As you said, tactics will win this.
  • Lysander: When this is over, I'll try my hand at politics.
  • Kassandra: I'm sure it'll suit you.
  • Lysander: Go then, kill the enemy command. This is our war to win.
  • Kassandra: I'll do it, General.

Kassandra returns to Lysander.

  • Kassandra: I have the seals. Spartan troops have the outpost.
  • Lysander: While you were gone, I oversaw the capture of three thousand. Yet still my men suck their thumbs.
  • Kassandra: Three thousand prisoners?
  • Lysander: Not anymore. They've been executed. Do you disapprove?

  • Kassandra: They'd do it to us.
  • Lysander: So we understand one another then.
  • Kassandra: Perfectly.

  • Kassandra: Our actions live on long after we're dead.

Lysander turns infuriated.

  • Lysander: Don't you dare lecture me, Eagle Bearer. The gods approve of my actions.
  • Kassandra: Then I'll leave you to the gods.
  • Lysander: Your Spartan blood boils, does it?

  • Kassandra: These seals should provide you ample proof.
  • Lysander: My command on the battlefield has been more than secured.
  • Kassandra: You're welcome.
  • Lysander: We're well-positioned for battle. Troops have been deployed and will control more ground soon. Your efforts were invaluable. I won't forget it.
  • Kassandra: Thank you, General.

Outcome

Kassandra helped Lysander eliminate three Athenian polemarchs and recover their seals. She was again tasked to retrieve more.

References

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