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Sins of 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

After helping Lykaon to find and deliver the medicine, Kassandra agreed to accompany him to deliver the last of the herbs to his grandmother Praxithea.

Dialogue

Kassandra and Lykaon made their way to the latter's grandmother's home.

  • Lykaon: Thanks for coming with me. Would you say you've killed many people?
  • Kassandra: Why do you ask me that?
  • Lykaon: If someone is impious to the point of doing grave injustice to people as well as the gods, do they not deserve punishment?
  • Kassandra: What did Praxithea do?
  • Lykaon: She spoke false prophecies for years. Those who came to her for advice received only lies.
  • Kassandra: Your grandmother... was an oracle?
  • Lykaon: Yes, up on the hill in Delphi! She confessed to me recently that she never heard the gods, and only repeated the words she was told.
  • Kassandra: Told by vile people with evil intentions.
  • Lykaon: Exactly. Wars have been fought over those words. She can't be left unpunished, I...
  • Kassandra: My family was torn apart by a false prophecy. If it was one of hers, I may take matters into my own hands.

They reached a small residence, where a woman was at.

  • Agave: Get out of here, Lykaon. I know what you want to do. You'll just bring more shame on our family.
  • Lykaon: I don't want to do this, Agave. But for the sake of justice, we can't let Praxithea live.
  • Agave: It's out of your hands anyway. Some strange men were searching the village today, looking for her. I brought them there, and they dragged her away.
  • Kassandra: What kind of justice is that?
  • Agave: You wouldn't understand, she was an impious old fool. Now we have nothing more to worry about. Who are you, anyway?
  • Kassandra: I'm Kassandra. I've also been wronged by a false prophecy. It might have been your grandmother's.
  • Lykaon: If we don't find her, we can't settle any of this. Please help me figure out where she's been taken.
  • Kassandra: I'll look for clues.

Lykan continued to debate with Agave.

  • Agave: What did you expect me to do? All that talk about killing... A solution showed up, so I took it.
  • Lykaon: That wasn't the way it was supposed to happen. She's my responsibility, not yours.

Kassandra went int othe courtyard, finding a bracelet on the floor.

  • Kassandra: Praxithea must have lost this bracelet in the struggle. But no ordinary thief would have left something so valuable behind.

Kassandra left the house and and headed to a small brazier left of the house. She found a burned note.

  • Kassandra: This looks like a contract: "Deliver the package to the drop-off, and don't damage it." If they mean Lykaon's grandmother, chances are she's alive.

She spoke to a civilian nearby.

  • Kassandra: Have you seen anything strange going on around here?
  • Farmer: Well, if bandits taking over my cousin's farm is strange, yes.
  • Kassandra: What did they do?
  • Farmer: Gave her a running start. She can't go back there. They've set up camp, and they're armed and dangerous!
  • Kassandra: Interesting. Where is that farm?
  • Farmer: It's not far west of here. But I wouldn't mess with those bandits.
  • Kassandra: Thanks for the advice.

Kassandra returned to Lykaon.

  • Kassandra: Praxithea was kidnapped and brought to a farm west of here. The bandits were hired to deliver her alive.
  • Lykaon: Thank you for figuring that out, Kassandra.
  • Kassandra: I'm no fool, Lykaon. Your sister put Praxithea in great danger, and you've been asking me about killing. Do you want me to end her life?
  • Lykaon: No, it has to be me. I need to kill her.

  • Kassandra: She's your grandmother, and you're no killer. You should give this more thought.

  • Kassandra: You're no killer. I am. If she's done the harm you've said she has, then it seems like you need my services.

  • Lykaon: She's my responsibility. I don't want her to suffer. That's why I asked you for mandrake. It's a painkiller. But for now, will you go to the farm to stop those bandits? I don't think I can take them all on myself.
  • Kassandra: Let's go find Praxithea.
  • Lykaon: Thanks Kassandra. You said the farm was to the west. I'll meet you there.

Gallery

Outcome

Kassandra accompanied Lykaon to deliver medicine herbs to his grandmother, only to learn she had been kidnapped by a group of bandits.

References

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