- Khemu: Papo, you know how you're Egyptian and Mother is Greek. What if Egypt and Greece go to war?
- Bayek: Egyptians and Greeks don't hate each other. We're all the same.
- Khemu: It feels like they do. The priest in the temple schools said Greeks were destroying Egypt.
- Bayek: He was wrong to say that. There is good and bad in everyone. You are a child of both Egypt and Greece. You are proof they don't hate each other. Ah, the Great Twins. To the Greeks, they are twin brothers. To the Egyptians, they are he-goats that rise from the underworld, bringing pestilence and protections. Even the gods have two sides.
Bayek aligned the constellation of the Great Twins to the stone circle.