Where It All Began - Loraine208 (2024)

The new A1 hurried into his designer’s workshop, scared. He had been finished for a few weeks, but was consistently being belittled by his second eldest sibling, Fredrick Banbury. His eldest sibling had made numerous attempts to get Banbury to leave the newbuild alone, especially since there was another one that was nearing completion. But Banbury hadn’t a care and continued belittling the recently built 1564.

The engine in question continued in his attempt to hide in the least visible corner of the workshop, before coming to an abrupt halt, bumping into something.

He panicked, scared. He didn’t know what he could have possibly bumped into, until he looked up.

His eyes caught sight of another engine, one who’s condition was somewhat deteriorating by this point. Before the other engine could say a word, a flurry of apologies left the young A1’s mouth; his stress increasing tenfold.

“Stop. Stop right there.” the voice sounded somewhat hoarse due to a lack of use, but it did the trick and 1564 stopped his apology ramble almost instantly.

“I’m not going to hurt you,” the engine stated, soft. “What’s on your mind, little one?”

“Banbury…” 1564 murmured, voice shaking despite his numerous attempts at controlling it. “He hates me or something.”

The other engine frowned, deep in thought.

“Well..” he stated slowly, trying to find the words. “Banbury is an idiot.”

“Great Northern seems to agree with you. But Banbury won’t listen.” the new engine murmered, before his face shifted into something akin to a pout. “Who are you, anyways? You look like me, but Northern never said anything about another sibling.”

“Did he now?” the other engine ground out, still frowning. “Well, that’s because he’s an idiot as well. My name is Gordon, the prototype for our class.”

The younger engine looked at his actual eldest brother, curious, seemingly forgetting the drama that Banbury had caused. This while Gordon sized up his newest brother in turn.

He couldn’t explain it, but perhaps it was the engine’s nervousness when he had accidentally bumped into him, but the first of the A1s felt a surge of protectiveness throughout his frames. He would try- to the best of his ability- to protect the young engine as best as he could.

The sound of another engine puffing closer could be heard increasing in volume and the younger A1 froze stiff.

“So this is where the small fry hides.” came the mocking voice of a very specific A1.

“Leave him alone, Banbury. Can’t you see you’ve done enough damage as is?” Gordon’s voice echoed throughout the workshop, causing the mechanics to halt work and pay attention to the confrontation between the three engines.

The other A1 scoffed. “This one’s supposed to be working, not whimpering in a corner.”

“He would be working if you didn’t bully him.” the eldest of the trio returned and Banbury briefly looked shocked, before scoffing once more.

“And what’s your problem, prototype?” the engine sneered. “I thought you were sent to the scrapyard.”

Both 1564’s and Gordon’s eyes narrowed. Mentioning the scrapyard in general was a bit of a taboo amongst the engines, it was frowned upon, even.

Banbury was about to continue, when he got cut off by a loud voice.

“That is enough!”

All three engines looked to the direction of where the voice came from and froze once they realised it was the chief mechanical engineer, and their designer, himself walking towards them.

“Banbury, out. Now. We will be talking later.” the man demanded, to which the engine in question slinked off and left the workshop; his face a much brighter red than before.

“Now then.” the designer turned to face his other engines. “What exactly was going on?”

“Banbury was being a hastle to the newbuild, sir.” Gordon explained. “He caused him to run off here, and he bumped into me. Banbury followed him, apparently.”

“1564, is this true?”

“Y- yes it is, sir.” the other engine confirmed.

“I will have a good talk to him about his recent behaviour.” the man stated, voice hard. “I will allow you the rest of the day off, 1564, but tomorrow you are expected to pick up your regular duties.”

“Yes sir, thank you sir!” the newbuild smiled, albeit weakly.

“As for you, Gordon.” the man turned to the experimental engine. “I still am unsure of what to do with you, but maybe someone else does have use for you. If this is the case, I will have you restored to perfect working order.”

“I understand sir.” the engine sighed. It had been like this ever since Great Northern had been finished, not knowing if he was going to get scrapped.

“I hope someone finds use for you, Gordon.” 1564 murmured quietly. “I think you’re a great big brother!”

Gordon smiled at his youngest brother, blushing slightly. “Thank you. Although, I’ve been in this status quo for at least a year now, who knows what will happen?”

Where It All Began - Loraine208 (2024)


How to save Deimos where it all began? ›

Quest: Where it All Began

Upon climbing the mountain, Deimos will eventually reach you. If he says "My sword is my family," then you are on track to achieving the happy ending. Tell Deimos the cult is using him/her. Refuse to fight her/him here to finally reach the happy ending.

Is where it all began the final mission? ›

Where It All Began is the final story mission in Far Cry 5. It takes place in the Cult's Compound where The Junior Deputy confronts Joseph Seed.

How to stop Deimos from killing Myrrine? ›

Tell Deimos: "You don't need the Cult." The climax will be when you tell Deimos: "I don't want to fight you." You'll offer them your spear, and, assuming you've earned enough goodwill with Deimos up until this point, they will take the spear, begin to cry, and drop to their knees before Myrrine runs to embrace them.

Can Deimos be saved? ›

Eventually, you'll find your sibling - now calling themself "Deimos." With enough patience and good decision-making skills, it is possible to save your sibling from the Cult's twisted brainwashing.

What answers to tell Deimos? ›

At the start of the chapter, you'll be in conversation with Deimos. For the best ending, choose the following options, "We didn't abandon you", "Our mother searched for you", "She thought you were dead", and "I was thrown off too". After Kleon interrupts Deimos, you'll be in a fist fight against two prison guards.

Who is Deimos if you choose Alexios? ›

If players chose Alexios as the protagonist, then his and Kassandra's roles in the story are reversed, with Alexios being the elder sibling who becomes the Eagle Bearer while Kassandra is Deimos. Regardless, both characters share the same romance options.

Should I make the offering to Deimos? ›

Refuse to fight Deimos in Chapter Nine

He's recovered now, but angrier the ever. Choose the most passive options in the dialogue, then when he challenges you to a fight, refuse. You'll then offer Deimos your spear, he'll break down and the family will be united once more.

Where was Alexios thrown off? ›

While trying stop a Spartan elder from dropping Alexios off Mount Taygetos, Kassandra accidentally pushes the elder to his death and is branded a traitor by the Spartan leadership, who compel Nikolaos to cast her down as well.

How to get a demigod helmet? ›

AC Odyssey Demigod Helmet can only be unlocked by first defeating all the cultists and their leader in the game. While battling the leader, the players will get a choice to either kill them or ask them to leave, either way, they will receive the AC Odyssey Demigod Helmet after defeating the Cultist Leader.

Is Myrrine Alexios' mom? ›

Myrrine was a Spartan noblewoman and a member of the Agiad dynasty who lived during the 5th century BCE. The daughter of King Leonidas I of Sparta, she was the mother of Kassandra and Alexios, who went on to become a prominent misthios and a Sage of the Cult of Kosmos respectively.

Is there a way to save Phoibe ACO? ›

No, they wrote the story in a way that Phoebe had to die since it changes the personality of Alexios / Kassandra.

Who was Alexios' father? ›

Nikolaos of Sparta, also known as the Wolf of Sparta, was a famed Spartan general who lived during the 5th century BCE. With Myrrine, the daughter of King Leonidas, he was the father of Alexios and step-father of Kassandra. He was also the adoptive father of Stentor.

Is Deimos a bad guy? ›

Gerald Morris, or Deimos, is a former Rainbow operative who became a villain once it was revealed he was the mastermind behind the assassination of Masayuki Yahata. He is also the catalyst behind the conflict between Rainbow and Nighthaven.

Which Spartan king is the cultist? ›

After reviewing what good has been done, the kings will question why the ephors were called. Pausanias is the cultist.

Can brasidas be saved? ›

Brasidas is a historically accurate figure that fought in the Peloponnesian War. His untimely death cannot be avoided in the game. If playback doesn't begin shortly, try restarting your device.

How do you get the good ending in Deimos? ›

Refuse to fight Deimos in Chapter Nine

He's recovered now, but angrier the ever. Choose the most passive options in the dialogue, then when he challenges you to a fight, refuse. You'll then offer Deimos your spear, he'll break down and the family will be united once more.

How to save everyone in AC Odyssey? ›

Best Ending (Family)
  1. Do not kill Nikolaos in The Wolf of Sparta.
  2. Promise Myrrine Deimos can be saved in Chapter 6.
  3. Convince Nikolaos to intervene with Stentor when he is seen again in The Last Fight of Aristalos.
  4. Do not kill Stentor in The Conqueror.
  5. Start convincing Deimos they are being used in The Battle of Pylos.
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Why was Alexios abandoned on the mountain? ›

He will ask why he was abandoned that night on the mountain. Answer with "It was the prophecy." He acknowledges that the Cult controls the Pythia and her prophecies.

Can you beat Deimos in Pylos? ›

You're technically not supposed to win that fight again Deimos, but if you're upgraded enough you can.

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