- Connor: My next target will be William Johnson.
- Achilles: He claims to be a friend of the natives.
- Connor: He is no friend. He has put together money in an attempt to buy land from the Iroquois.
- Achilles: Isn't it better to be bought than be taken by force?
- Connor: Johnson has no right to buy the land. No one does.
- Achilles: The rules and politics of this world are changing, Connor. Whether you want them to or not. Your victory here may only delay the inevitable.
- Connor: So I should do nothing?
- Achilles: You should do what you think is best.
- Connor: Then I will put a stop to this.
- William Johnson: What are you doing? I have only the best interests of your people in mind.
- Connor: That is your opinion, not ours.
- William Johnson: The correct opinion, you mean. One that would see them safe.
- Connor: You should concern yourself with your own safety, for I will return.
- William Johnson: Look what you've done. I was trying to help these people.
- Connor: The Iroquois do not need your help.
- William Johnson: They do. You just can't see it yet. Do you think the Colonists will be kind to them?
- Connor: Why wouldn't they?
- William Johnson: Another will eventually come to claim their land. It is only a matter of time. And when it happens, it will not be someone who respects their interests as I do.
- Connor: You speak of respect, yet you came with armed soldiers.
- William Johnson: I had hoped to not resort to them.
- Connor: As I had hoped you could leave my people in peace.
- William Johnson: Yes. You have made it abundantly clear that hope and reality do not always align.
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