- Kassandra: "Blood or change—Phoenix must choose."
A man with a burn scar on his left cheek spoke to her.
- Street Vendor: This "artist's" work is everywhere. Their dislike is as clear as water.
- Kassandra: Answer with a weapon. Then there'll be no back-talk.
- Street Vendor: You have to think before you act. This is politics... however tempting it is to act on instinct.
The man pointed to the graffiti.
- Street Vendor: See the pigment of the paint, it's a rare color and I only know one artist who chooses to use it. Last I heard he lives in a cave at the Routsouna waterfall.
(If players choose "What else are the messages saying?")
- Kassandra: Is the rest of this "art" as subtle?
- Street Vendor: More of the same—death threats. The dust in Naxos must settle, or Phoenix will be killed and replaced as archon.
(If players choose "Why is the artist angry?")
- Kassandra: I know artists are sensitive, but something really made this one mad.
- Street Vendor: The city thinks war is coming—and they're not wrong. But they're certain that Phoenix is the one driving us toward disaster.
(Leave – "I'll hunt them down.")
- Kassandra: I'll stop them.
- Street Vendor: We cannot answer their threats with violence of our own. That'll add more fuel to the fire.
- Kassandra: If that's what you want.
- Street Vendor: It is what she wants. Phoenix wants to fight for the people—not against them. Just stop them making anymore art.
- Kassandra: If you consider this "art".
The merchant returned to his stall and Kassandra begun to investigate the paintings around the agora. She looked at the ground beneath the first one.
- Kassandra: This came from whatever wrote this message. I'll take it to the art merchant.
She passed by the merchant and went to the colonnade behind his stall. Inside, a crowd was studying the graffiti vandalized over the mural. She walked through them and examined it.
- Kassandra: There's some hair stuck in the paint. Maybe from the brush the artist used? I'd better ask Agellos.
She then went out opposite it and across the agora to find one more attracting a crowd. Kassandra approaches it.
- Kassandra: This color looks strange. I should ask the art merchant where the artist could have got it.
Kassandra returned to Agellos to inquire about what she discovered.
- Kassandra: I have some things to ask you.
- Street Vendor: Go on, it's the slow season.
(If players choose "What are these fragments?") Kassandra showed him the rocks.
- Kassandra: I found these rock fragments near the graffiti. Do you recognize them?
- Street Vendor: That, my friend, is Emery. Used for various artistic endeavors. Won't give the pottery as good of a shine in that state though.
- Kassandra: Emery? The rock? Is it found on Naxos?
- Street Vendor: It's mined from the Routsouna waterfall.
(If players choose "Who has bought this pigment?")
- Kassandra: This pigment is only used in the graffiti. Has anyone been buying this from you?
- Street Vendor: Hmmm, I do remember a man asking about this color now that you mention it.
- Kassandra: Just him?
- Street Vendor: Yes from what I remember. I didn't have any when he asked. He seemed impatient and asked if anyone else sold it.
(If players choose "What is this hair from?")
- Kassandra: I found this hair stuck in the paint of the graffiti. Does it mean anything to you?
- Street Vendor: Many artists here on Naxos use wild animal hairs to form the bristles on their paint brushes.
- Kassandra: What animal is this hair from?
- Street Vendor: It's too long to be a deer. I've heard that some thrill-seekers like to get hairs from the bears that live on the island. They're mad if you ask me, but artists are an unusual sort.
(Leave – "I have to go.")
- Kassandra: Thank you. Errosso.
- Street Vendor: Maybe you'll buy something next time.
Kassandra found and entered the cave at Routsouna Waterfall and discovered a crack in the wall leading to a secret chamber.
- Kassandra: There's that artist, found you.
At the bottom, she found the propagandist, Lichas, practicing his drawings.
- Kassandra: There you are. I've been looking for you.
- Lichas: Who's "I"?
- Kassandra: Phoenix sent me. To find and stop the "artist." You.
- Lichas: You're here to kill me.
- Kassandra: That's up to you.
- Lichas: Please, misthios! Phoenix is a great leader—tell her I said that! I'm just the hand, not the mind.
(If players choose "Why write messages you don't believe?")
- Kassandra: Then you're a gutless sheep. You write what you don't believe.
- Lichas: I didn't know it would go this far.
- Kassandra: Tell me why you did it.
- Lichas: I was commissioned! A contract from soldiers. They have power! You try defying people like that.
- Kassandra: I would. I'm not spineless.
- Lichas: Misthios, I'm a poor artist! The Archon promised drachmae I've never dreamed of!
- Kassandra: And look where it got you.
- Lichas: I'll stop now, I promise! Not another word!
- Kassandra: If you don't, you'll make an easy kill.
- Lichas: No more graffiti. I promise!
Alternatively, Kassandra killed him there and then.
(If players returned to the merchant Agellos.)
- Street Vendor: You're back.
- Kassandra: It was just a boy. Some archon paid him to do it.
- Street Vendor: The young are so impressionable these days. They're always looking for ways to make a name for themselves like the heroes of old. I'm glad it's over.
- Kassandra: So that's one obstacle down. But they're a drachma a dozen here.
Kassandra discovered the young artist responsible for the propaganda against Myrrine. She confronted him and was able to prevent him from creating more.