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

Description

Kassandra spoke to Orchimedes about wooing his idol, the poet Praxilla.

Dialogue

Kassandra speaks to Alkibiades and Orchimedes.

  • Alkibiades: My, my, is that Kassandra of Agiad? The Eagle Bearer? Messenger of Zeus? She who launched a thousand hearts?
  • Kassandra: Alkibiades, I am known by many names, but that last one sounds to be of your own making.
  • Alkibiades: My young friend Orchimedes here could use your legendary talents to woo the object of his desire.
  • Orchimedes: You would have my eternal gratitude.

(Who's your friend, Alkibiades?)

  • Kassandra: I'd like to know more about the man asking for my help.
  • Orchimedes: I'm Orchimedes, I came to Alkibiades because he boasts of his exploits as a lover and knows Praxilla.

(What do you mean, wooing?)

  • Kassandra: I'm a misthios, not some famed lover.
  • Alkibiades: I heard that Kassandra learned a special healing touch from Lykaon.

(Tell me what you're trying to do)

  • Kassandra: What's the job?
  • Orchimedes: Have you ever heard of Praxilla?
  • Kassandra: The name sounds familiar. Who is she?
  • Orchimedes: Who is she? A poet blessed by Apollo himself! She describes the gods as if they were her lovers. Her lyre is a legendary weapon, wielded in her hands. I want to meet her, but talking to a goddess such as she... terrifying.
  • Alkibiades: Oh nonsense, usually you give a woman some flowers and she'll show you her flower. However, this is Praxilla. She is not easily impressed.
  • Orchimedes: Of course, no ordinary flower will do. They need to be worthy of a goddess.
  • Alkibiades: I come to this coast every year for the poetry festival. Of all the beautiful blossoms, none match the scent and radiance of the Coral Rose. Fetch some, and all doors and legs shall open for you.

(Accept - I'll find your Coral Rose.)

  • Kassandra: I'll return with your flowers.

(Where can I find the Coral Rose?)

  • Kassandra: Where can I find the Coral Rose? It sounds rare.
  • Alkibiades: You would be correct. However, like all good things in life, these take more work than most are willing to expend. They're atop a nearby mountain.

(Where do I meet you after?)

  • Kassandra: Say I do get these flowers... Where would I bring them?
  • Orchimedes: Back to camp. Praxilla should be in her tent.

(What's the poetry festival?)

  • Kassandra: You mentioned being here for a poetry festival?
  • Alkibiades: I did! It's one of the many festivals to Apollo, but this one holds a special place in my heart, among other places. Other festivals are so stuffy. Here, we worship like maenads.

(Leave - I know enough)

  • Kassandra: I've heard enough.
  • Orchimedes: Please, if you are as skilled with sword and heart as Alkibiades says, you'll return to me with the Coral Rose. As a poet, it's best that I stay at camp while you do the hiking.
  • Kassandra: You'd be an easy snack for wolves or bears. I'll return with the roses.

Kassandra leaves to pick the roses and then returns to Orchimedes.

Talk with Orchimedes

  • Kassandra: I've found your Coral Roses.
  • Orchimedes: You're back! That's... that's perfect. Those roses are perfect. Oh, look at the luster. The fragrance. Now, you must deliver them to her.

  • Kassandra: You came all this way to meet her. You should be the one to do it.
  • Orchimedes: Please! I'm much too nervous to speak to her. I've composed a poem to recite. Here, let me teach you -

  • Kassandra: That's not what I was hired for. You give them to her.
  • Orchimedes: Please! I'm much too nervous to speak to her. I've composed a poem to recite. Here, let me teach you -

  • Kassandra: I'd say it all wrong. I'm a misthios, not a poet.
  • Orchimedes: Then would you at least deliver the flowers while I rehearse?
  • Kassandra: Fine, but the rest is up to you.
  • Orchimedes: OK, she's at her tent. Right there. Go give them to her.

  • Kassandra: I'm not saying any malákas poem. That's your job, not mine.
  • Orchimedes: Then I must rehearse. Will you at least deliver the flowers before they wilt?
  • Kassandra: Fine, but you'll do the rest.
  • Orchimedes: OK, she's at her tent. Right there. Go give them to her.

Kassandra leaves Orchimedes to talk with Praxilla. Automatically continues into 'Lyre Lyre'

Outcome

Kassandra helped Orchimedes to collect 5 Coral Roses for Praxilla, only to realized it was a distraction for him to steal the famed poet's prized lyre.

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