Kassandra:Of course. As much as I like you by my side, I can't expect you to stay forever.
Herodotos:I figured I'd take my leave while you still feel that way. It will feel strange, though.
Kassandra:I knew it'd happen one day. But I wish it didn't have to.
Herodotos:I know. We've been through far more than most people will ever experience in their lives. But, even so, it will be a weird feeling.
Kassandra:It will take some getting used to. Well, where should I take you?
Herodotos:The docks near Athens should do. There are some others I'd like to say goodbye to as well.
Kassandra:I'm sure they'll be sorry to see you go. To Athens!
They set sail for the Port of Piraeus. After a voyage, they dock at the port, and Kassandra escorted her friend off the ship.
Herodotos:I sometimes pinch myself to make sure that I'm awake and that all we went through truly happened.
Kassandra:With your writings, it won't soon be forgotten either.
Herodotos:The world will be better knowing. My mind is flooded with the memories of all we experienced.
Kassandra:Do you have a favorite?
Herodotos:How could I possibly decide? You opened my eyes to so much. Uncovered so many secrets and mysteries that will change the course of the world. Your spear and all it suggests... Atlantis... The Cult...
Herodotos:That's the exciting part. I have no idea.
Kassandra:Know what? I'm not sure anyone loves the unknown as much as you.
Herodotos:It only stays that way until someone cares enough to make it known. In Thourioi, that someone will be me.
(Asked "When will I see you again")
Kassandra:Will I see you again?
Herodotos:Our paths may cross once more, and I hope they do. If that comes to pass, after all, it likely means something big is following close behind.
Kassandra:Then I hope our adventures are nowhere near complete.
(Leave – "Goodbye, Herodotos.")
Kassandra:I've never been great at saying "goodbye."
Herodotos:To do so is to impart a sense of finality, and we have no way of knowing if this is truly goodbye.
Kassandra:Good luck in your travels, Herodotos. I can't wait to hear what you get yourself into.
Herodotos:I'll share my stories with you so long as you bring some new ones of your own.
Kassandra:I can do that.
Kassandra brought Herodotos to the Port of Piraeus. Herodotos said his goodbyes and departed on his own odyssey to Thurii.
Behind the scenes
While most of the Lost Tale of Herodotos is available from the completion of the Atlantis memories, this memory is not available until We Remember, the epilogue of the main story, is completed. In a way, this ensures that Herodotos is present for the entirety of the game's story, not including the twoDLCadventures.