Man 1: He's up there.
Nate: Whoa! Close one.
Man 2: He's over here!
Man 2: Look what we have here.
Whoops. You all right?
What are you shaking for?
Just close your eyes. This won't hurt a bit.
Sully: Come on.
You're okay, kid.
You can relax, kid. We're safe here.
Go on. Suit yourself, if you don't want it.
Nate: What do you want from me?
Sully: A little gratitude would be nice. I did just save your ass back there.
Nate: Thanks, but what's in it for you? I mean you're a crook, right? You got to have an angle.
Sully: You are one piece of work, kid. What's your story anyway?
Nate: Look, mister, no offense, but I don't even know you.
Sully: Easily remedied, Victor Sullivan. This would be the part where you introduce yourself.
Okay, I suppose you'll tell me what's so special about that ring?
Nate: It belongs in my family. I'm just taking it back.
Sully: Passed down from Francis Drake, himself.
Nate: That's right.
Sully: I don't know how to break this to you, kid, but Drake didn't have any heirs, no children.
Nate: Well, not with his wife back in England anyway.
Sully: Okay, good point. Let me see it.
Come on, kid. If I was going to take it from you, I would've done it by now.
Thank you. So what is this? Parvis M-
Nate: Sic Parvis Magna, it means "greatness from small beginnings." That was his motto.
Nate: You see, Queen Elizabeth gave it to him in 1581 when he got back to England after circumnavigating the globe. That's when she made him a knight.
Sully: You sure as hell didn't learn that on the streets. How's a kid your age know Latin?
Nate: The nuns sort of insisted on it.
Sully: Ahh, so like a boarding school?
Nate: That's a nice word for it.
Sully: Okay, then.
So what was all that business with the ring and that astrolabe thing back there?
Nate: Why don't you tell me? You're the one working for them.
Sully: Look, kid, the client wants something, I obtain it for a price. I don't ask any questions. It's just a job.
Nate: Looked pretty friendly to me.
Sully: Yeah, well . . . Anyway, I'm pretty sure I'm fired.
Nate: Okay, look. First of all, that was no astrolabe. It's some sort of decoding device. Check this out.
On his way around the world, Drake sailed through the East Indies. Only he says that it took him six months to get from here to here.
Sully: Yeah, so?
Nate: So it doesn't add up. He was way too good a sailor for that. It would have taken him a month, tops. He was hiding something, something big.
Sully: How big?
Nate: Like secret-mission-from-the-queen big, like millions-in-plundered-treasure-that-hasn't-ever-been-recovered big.
Sully: That big?
Nate: That big.
Sully: And that decoder has something to do with it?
Nate: I would bet my life on it.
Sully: Oh, swell, and Marlowe's got it?
Nate: Won't do her much good without the key.
Sully: So it's a stalemate then.
Nate: For now.
Sully: So you still haven't told me what you name is.
Nate: And you still haven't told me what you want from me.
Sully: Okay, look, you got talent. But you got a lot to learn. You stick with me, and I'll teach you a few things.
Nate: Thanks, but I'm doing just fine on my own.
Sully: Yeah, clearly.
What do you say we try this again? My friends call me Sully.
Nate: Nathan Drake. Nate.
Sully: Drake, huh? Okay.
I see great things in our future, kid, great things.
Charlie: And they're gone.
All right, lads?
Sully: Oh God, thought you were going to put a silencer on that thing.
Charlie: Sully, you've got no sense of drama.
Charlie: There you . . .
Sully: All that racket's going to bring the cops any minute. Let's get the hell out of here.
Nate: You could've pulled a couple of those punches, Charlie.
Charlie: What do you mean? I hardly touched you.
Nate: You headbutted me.
Charlie: All right, all right, I got a little swept up in the moment.
Charlie: You were the one who said, "Make it look realistic."
Sully: Better stay on his good side.
Charlie: All right, Bright Eyes, look sharp. They're coming your way. Don't lose them.
Nate: Told you they'd take the bait.
Charlie: How long do reckon before they realize theirs is a fake?
Nate: Who cares? We finally flushed them out.
Sully: Now, we just follow them back to their hole.
Nate: You do realize you make everything sound dirty?
Sully: I do?