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

Description

While Kassandra was exploring a Pirate Hideout, Barnabas decided to follow her.

Dialogue

Boarding the Adrestia once more, Kassandra was greeted by Barnabas.

  • Barnabas: I posted a quest on the ship's board. I have a good feeling about this one.

Kassandra read the board, and then made her way to Skyros, and the pirate camp within the Boulder Bay.

  • Kassandra: Pirate probably use this fort as a lookout.

As she approached the bandits themselves, she overheard them

  • Brute: Crows take the eyes, then the crows see all. I take the crows, now I see too.
  • Archer: Mater, no! Not again. I'll be good, I swear.

She observed the bandits.

  • Kassandra: These bandits look drugged. What happened here?

Sneaking further in, she noticed a bound woman. Kassandra made her way over to her, and released her.

  • Kassandra: What happened to this camp?

Before the woman could answer, something behind Kassandra caught her eye, and she merely nodded at the misthios. Kassandra turned to see Barnabas, drinking the bandits' wine.

  • Barnabas: Chaire! You know, I see why you like going on these quests. The bandits don't even put up a fight.
    And there's wine! Tastes a bit off, though.

  • Kassandra: Barnabas? It isn't safe here.

  • Kassandra: Finally come to see a master at work, Barnabas?

  • Woman: That's lotus flower wine. The bandits are drugged!

The women looked at Barnabas and the bandits. Barnabas swayed. Some of the bandits noticed the strangers in their camp, preparing to fight.

  • Barnabas: Oh. I don't feel so good.

Kassandra drew out her weapons and engaged the bandits in combat. Meanwhile, Barnabas danced in ecstasy. As the fight drew on, Barnabas seemed to notice something.

  • Barnabas: Is that Leda?
    Kassandra, stop! That's my dear Leda!
  • Kassandra: You drank lotus flower, Barnabas. Snap out of it!

Barnabas continued, seeming not to hear her.

Eventually, Kassandra slew the bandits. As she approached Barnabas, the old man stumbled and fell to the ground. Kassandra sighed.

  • Kassandra: Come on, old man. Let's get you home.

The next day, Barnabas was tending a sore head aboard the Adrestia. Kassandra approached him.

  • Kassandra: How are you feeling?
  • Barnabas: That doesn't matter. The gods, they sent me a vision.

  • Kassandra: You said the name Leda?
  • Barnabas: The gods showed her to me. Leda was my wife.

  • Kassandra: You drank lotus flower, Barnabas. It makes people crazy.
  • Barnabas: No, it was a divination. I'm certain. They showed me my dear Leda, my wife.

  • Kassandra: You're married?
  • Barnabas: I thought I'd lost her a long time ago, but I saw her in my vision. She's alive. We just have to find her.
  • Kassandra: I'll help you find her, but a vision isn't much to go on.
  • Barnabas: There were three vision. In the darkness of a forgotten cave, Leda fed a cyclops... But then I saw her drinking wine with a witch. Then, I could hear her singing like a siren.

(If the player chose "Where was the cyclops?")

  • Kassandra: About this vision of the cyclops...
  • Barnabas: Right. Thoosa and Poseidon took my hand and led me deep into the heart of the caves of Anaphi.
    There, I saw Leda feeding a young cyclops.

(If the player chose "Who was the witch drinking wine with Leda?")

  • Kassandra: So, Leda was drinking wine with a witch?
  • Barnabas: Psyche herself showed me. The witch and Leda were dear friends, drinking wine together well into the night. In the background, I could see the ruins on Paros Island.

(If the player chose "Where were the sirens?")

  • Kassandra: You said sirens?
  • Barnabas: Persephone showed me a painted wall. Behind it, sirens lurked. Leda was trapped! Then Demeter warned me in her motherly voice, "You dare not approach, lest your ears pollute your mind."

  • Kassandra: That is ridiculous. Sirens aren't real.
  • Barnabas: Of course they are. I've lost many sailors to their calls.

  • Kassandra: Good advice, from both you and Demeter... But what should I use?
  • Barnabas: You believe me? Here, take this! Beeswax.

Having heard enough, Kassandra clasped Barnabas' arm friendly, and smiled at him.

  • Kassandra: If Leda is alive, I'll find her.

Barnabas smiled in return, and left.

  • Kassandra: By the gods, that smells good.

They set sail toward the three islands from Barnabas' visions.
(Complete Beware the Siren Call)
(Complete To Be Nobody)
(Complete Wine for the Swine)

After she had gathered a bracelet, an aulos, and spices, Kassandra returned to Barnabas aboard the Adrestia, and gave them to him.

  • Kassandra: All that for a bracelet, an aulos, and some spices.

As she turned away, Barnabas was exhilarated.

Kassandra turned to face him with realization.

  • Kassandra: They're all from Attika.
  • Barnabas: The cave! They're all around the one known as the Entrance to the Underworld. It can't be a coincidence. Is that where Leda is?

  • Kassandra: There's only one way to know. Let's go.
  • Barnabas: Most would have called me crazed, but not you. You truly are my best friend.

Barnabas embraced Kassandra in delight. Kassandra smiled but withdrew.

  • Kassandra: It's nothing. Now, let's find your wife.

(Dialogue segues into Daddy's Home)

  • Kassandra: There's only one way to know. Let's go.
  • Barnabas: I know you've doubted me. I must have sounded like a crazed old fool. But you won't regret this.

Kassandra clapped his shoulder.

  • Kassandra: What matters is that we do this together, old friend. Now sail!

(Dialogue segues into Daddy's Home)

  • Kassandra: There's only one way to know. Let's go.
  • Barnabas: You were right. These spices could be dirt, a lie I wanted to believe. Nothing more.
    OR
    What was it you said? Ah yes. There were no sirens. And this aulos could be anyone's. That means my vision was a lie I only wished was true.
    OR
    What was it you said? This bracelet is nothing but some trinket swallowed up by a pig. A fantasy.

Barnabas walked past Kassandra to the side of the ship.

  • Kassandra: Barnabas...
  • Barnabas: Such a foolish old man.

Kassandra clasped his shoulder. Sad, Barnabas took out the bracelet, the aulos, and the spices, glanced at Kassandra and threw them overboard.

  • Barnabas: Leda. My love. I swear to you, so long as there is wind in my sail, I will never stop seeking your shore.
  • Kassandra: You'll be together again one day, Barnabas.

  • Kassandra: I know you want the past back, Barnabas. If anyone understands that, it's me. But Leda is gone.
  • Barnabas: You were right. These spices could be dirt, a lie I wanted to believe. Nothing more.
    OR
    What was it you said? Ah yes. There were no sirens. And this aulos could be anyone's. That means my vision was a lie I only wished was true.

    OR
    What was it you said? This bracelet is nothing but some trinket swallowed up by a pig. A fantasy.

Barnabas walked past Kassandra to the side of the ship.

  • Kassandra: Barnabas...
  • Barnabas: Such a foolish old man.

Kassandra clasped his shoulder. Sad, Barnabas took out the bracelet, the aulos, and the spices, glanced at Kassandra and threw them overboard.

  • Barnabas: Leda. My love. I swear to you, so long as there is wind in my sail, I will never stop seeking your shore.
  • Kassandra: You'll be together again one day, Barnabas.

Outcome

After Kassandra freed a woman at the Pirate Hideout, Barnabas told her about his wife, Leda. Together, they set out to find her, based on visions Barnabas had had while under the effects of the poisonous lotus flower wine.

Trivia

  • Whether Kassandra chose to heed Barnabas' warning about the sirens or not doesn't matter; she'll comment about the beeswax smelling good anyway.
  • The order in which the three support quests are completed doesn't matter, save for Barnabas' response if Leda being gone is insistent upon. Agreeing with Barnabas in all things ensures the continuation of the quest to Daddy's Home and Demeter's Fire. Disagreement prevents them.
    • If the final item's history is disagreed upon, Barnabas will throw the items over, even if "Let's check the cave" was chosen.

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