- Kassandra: I might. What would you like me to do?
- Demosthenes: You've impressed me, misthios.
- Kassandra: For a Spartan.
- Demosthenes: Yes, as you say. It seems our fleet is under attack, and I need to redirect the troops to help. I will ask you to take on the Spartan command again.
- Kassandra: The commanders will be taken care of.
(If players choose "Why is Athens at war?")
- Kassandra: You seem to admire art and philosophy... But how can someone who truly values that go to war?
- Demosthenes: If you have any care for knowledge or the arts, you must be ready to defend these rights. I am here to take up arms so that they can continue to enrich our culture. As long as they are threatened, battle must be fought.
(If players choose "Why does a general support democracy?")
- Kassandra: You expect total obedience from your soldiers, I suppose. So why do you fight for democracy?
- Demosthenes: What is free will? It's essential that citizens play an active role in the function of their state.
- Kassandra: But Athens recognizes only select citizens. Spartans recognize merit. In Sparta, a slave can rise.
- Demosthenes: Spartan rule would mean the demise of democracy.
(Leave - "I'll leave now.")
- Kassandra: I'll leave now.
Kassandra returns to Demosthenes with the seals.
- Demosthenes: Perhaps Athena was smiling down upon Athens when she sent you to me. You've far surpassed my expectations.
- Kassandra: I always aim to do a good job.
- Demosthenes: You have. Beyond that, you've shown an understanding of war and its price. That's a lesson some never learn. This General Lysander, you know him?
- Kassandra: What Spartan doesn't?
- Demosthenes: If he's as good as he seems, then I'm even more grateful for your help. I respect his reputation, if not the man.
- Kassandra: War changes the rules for us all.
- Demosthenes: So it does. Thank you, Eagle Bearer. I'm sure we'll meet again.
Kassandra helped Demosthenes get rid of the Spartan polemarchs for the last time, and he gave her his last piece of armor.