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

Description

Having brought back Arion, Kassandra was tasked by Anais to be a teacher to her son, teaching him to be a farmer.

Dialogue

  • Kassandra: What are you smiling about?
  • Anais: I was just thinking about how I could possibly repay you for bringing Arion home to me.

  • Kassandra: You owe me nothing.
  • Anais: Thank you. You're a true friend, Kassandra. Although, if there is one more favor I could ask of you...
  • Kassandra: Anything.

  • Kassandra: I'm sure I could think of a few things.
  • Anais: Name your price, misthios.

  • Kassandra: All this time together, and you haven't shown me where you sleep.
  • Anais: I'll show you a better spot, but we won't be sleeping.

Romantic encounter.

  • Kassandra: Your appetite is insatiable.
  • Anais: You've awakened a part of me I thought I'd lost. I know you've already done so much for me. But if there's just one more thing you could do...
  • Kassandra: I'm not sure I can stand up.

  • Kassandra: I want your lips. We have so much lost time to make up for.
  • Anais: That's a lot of kissing. Better get started.

Kassandra and Anais embrace and kiss. Cut to black.

  • Kassandra: Your appetite is insatiable.
  • Anais: You've awakened a part of me I thought I'd lost. I know you've already done so much for me. But if there's just one more thing you could do...
  • Kassandra: I'm not sure I can stand up.

  • Kassandra: One item of clothing, for ever act of kindness performed.
  • Anais: By my count that's two. You can have my sandals. But if you want to earn more, there is one more thing you can do for me.
  • Kassandra: Fine. What is it?

  • Kassandra: Most people I do favors for pay me in drachmae.
  • Anais: I don't have much, but if you could do me one more favor, I'd be glad to pay you in chickens.
  • Kassandra: Anything.

  • Anais: Arion wants to be a mighty warrior. But I can't lose any more of my family to war.
  • Kassandra: If Arion learns to fight, he can protect you and the farm.
  • Anais: I can't work this farm alone. He won't listen to me, but he looks up to you. I can see it in his eyes.

  • Kassandra: I'll talk to him. But I don't think he's as fond of me as you are.
  • Anais: You flatter yourself. Just show him how to plant seeds, burn some old grass, maybe slaughter a few chickens... it will seem more exciting coming from you.

  • Kassandra: I don't think I'm ready to teach your son how to farm just yet

Talk to her again to accept and continue.

Find Arion and have a chat. You have two separate options here; teach him to fight, or teach him to farm. Your decisions will influence how A Night in Tegea will play out.

  • Kassandra: Hello Arion.
  • Arion: Hello.
  • Kassandra: What's wrong?
  • Arion: I miss my pater.
  • Kassandra: Want to talk about it?
  • Arion: No.
  • Kassandra: OK. You don't have to talk. But you can listen if you want.
  • Arion: I guess.
  • Kassandra: I lost my father when I was young. I ran far, far away. My only friend in the world was Ikaros. One day, a bully threw a rock and nearly broke his wing.
  • Arion: What did you do?
  • Kassandra: I cut off his fingers with this.
  • Arion: The spear of Leonidas. Can I hold it?
  • Kassandra: You can, but first I need you to do me a favor. Your mother needs you.
  • Arion: You're going to train me to be a mighty warrior?

  • Kassandra: I will. I think you'd both benefit from having someone around here who can fight.
  • Arion: I'm going to be the fiercest warrior you've seen! I'll cut my enemies into pieces.
  • Kassandra: Stay close and pay attention. I won't have you injuring yourself.

Kassandra begins with archery training;

  • Kassandra: First, a warrior must be resolute in their decision to kill. When you're face to face with the enemy, you cannot hesitate.
  • Kassandra: Hesitation hastens the grave. My mother taught me that.
  • Arion: How often should I train?
  • Kassandra: All day. Every day. And when your hand starts to bleed, switch hands.

Complete the archery training

  • Arion: What weapons should I use?
  • Kassandra: For now we're going to find you a wooden sword.

Collect a stick from nearby.

  • Kassandra: Here, this should do.

Return to Arion.

  • Kassandra: If you're going to learn to fight, you need to use all your senses to anticipate your enemy's every move.
  • Arion: How'm I supposed to know that?
  • Kassandra: By taking in the enemy before you and trusting your instincts. Watch, I'm going to swing at you from the right side. I want you to defend yourself.
  • Arion: OK. I'm ready!

Round one!

Arion dodges.

  • Kassandra: Very good!
  • Arion: I blocked the Eagle Bearer! I'm the greatest warrior who ever lived!
  • Kassandra: Don't get cocky. The moment a warrior gets too proud is the moment they get cut down. This time I'm going to attack from the left.
  • Arion: Bring it on!

  • Arion: Hey no fair! You said you were going to punch right!
  • Kassandra: I also said you need to use all your senses. You heard me say right, but you should have seen me go left. Let's try again, and listen carefully - I'm going to attack you from the left.
  • Arion: OK.

Round two!

Arion dodges again.

  • Kassandra: You're a fast learner!
  • Arion: I wish pater could see me now.

Arion gets mad.

  • Arion: You lied to me!
  • Kassandra: And you're not paying attention. Don't let what you hear distract you from what's actually happening right in front of you.

  • Arion: What happened to the bully whose fingers you cut off?
  • Kasssandra: He went and got his brothers. They beat me pretty badly.
  • Arion: You didn't have any friends to protect you?
  • Kassandra: Not until a little girl stood between me and those boys, and with the rage of Ares, screamed at them to leave me alone.
  • Arion: Really? A girl? Who?
  • Anais: That little girl was me.
  • Arion: Whoa, mater!Kassandra taught me to be a mighty warrior like you.
  • Anais: She did what?

  • Kassandra: You wanted me to teach the boy. I can't teach what I don't know. But what I did teach him, he can -
  • Anais: He can go to war and die like his father! Like my husband.
  • Kassandra: I know you've been through a lot, but you can't protect the boy by living in the past.
  • Anais: I thought bringing you here would help us have a better future. I thought if you showed an interest in the farm, he'd get excited and maybe give up on becoming a warrior. It was wrong of me to put that burden on your shoulders. I'm sorry.

  • Kassandra: I did what I thought was best.
  • Anais: Best for who, you?
  • Kassandra: Best for both of you. Anyone can learn to use a plow, but with the tools I gave him, he can -
  • Anais: He can go to war and die like his father! Like my husband.
  • Kassandra: I know you've been through a lot, but you can't protect the boy by living in the past.
  • Anais: I thought bringing you here would help us have a better future. I thought if you showed an interest in the farm, he'd get excited and maybe give up on becoming a warrior. It was wrong of me to put that burden on your shoulders. I'm sorry.

  • Kassandra: Your mother wants you to be a farmer, and that's what I'm going to teach you.
  • Arion: But farming is so boring! I want to be a warrior, like you.
  • Kassandra: Whenever I see the sun rise, I'm never sure I'll get to see it set. I walk away from the people I love knowing it might be the last time I ever see them again. Is that the life you want?

Arion shakes his head.

  • Kassandra: Good. Now follow me.

As they set about their tasks, they have a chat.

  • Kassandra: Ever heard of the poet Hesiod?
  • Arion: No. But I know Homer, and Achilles, and Hector, and Odysseus and the giant horse.
  • Kassandra: Study Homer if you want to learn to put people in the ground. But study Hesiod and you'll learn to grow things out of it.
  • Arion: Bor-ing!

Kassandra finishes showing Arion how to harvest and they move onto the next task.

  • Kassandra: And now we're going to burn some bushes.
  • Arion: Why?
  • Kassandra: For new life to grow, we need to clear away the old.
  • Arion: Why?
  • Kassandra: Because they choke the earth, stopping new plants from growing.
  • Arion: Why?
  • Kassandra: Because.

With the grass burning complete, Kassandra and Arion prepare for the final task.

  • Kassandra: Now I'm going to show you how to kill a chicken.
  • Arion: But I love chickens.
  • Kassandra: If you're going to feed your family, you're going to have to sacrifice a few chickens. You don't have to kill any today, but watch closely how I do it - clean and precise.

Kill the chickens and talk to Arion again.

  • Arion: What happened to the bully whose fingers you cut off?
  • Kasssandra: He went and got his brothers. They beat me pretty badly.
  • Arion: You didn't have any friends to protect you?
  • Kassandra: Not until a little girl stood between me and those boys, and with the rage of Ares, screamed at them to leave me alone.
  • Arion: Really? A girl? Who?
  • Anais: That little girl was me.
  • Arion: Mater! Kassandra taught me how to be a farmer... But you could teach me how to be brave.
  • Anais: Maybe one day I will.
  • Arion: Yeah. She taught me about Hesiod. She taught me to burn the old 'cause it chokes the new, and then she killed a bunch of chickens!
  • Anais: Sounds like you both had a productive day.
  • Kassandra: Your boy is a fast learner.
  • Anais: Thank you. This means the world to me.

Outcome

Kassandra helped Anais to train her son Arion.

Should you choose to romance Anais; in the three romance options given, Your clothes is the only one to not end in a romantic encounter.

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