Rucks: I can see it now, the Kid in one corner, and Zulf in the other. Ain't much of a fight. Don't you worry, though. Once the Bastion is restored it'll all be all right. You ain't still thinking about that whole leaving-the-City thing, are you? The Kid's probably dealt with Zulf by now. He reminds me of myself when I was his age. I ever tell you about those days?
Hey, Kid. Get up, Kid. Come on, that ain't funny. I said, get up. That's more like it. Now set that shard into the monument there, then we'll talk. The Bastion, it's finally finished. Now, there's something I want you to see. Welcome to the heart of the Bastion. I ain't one for long goodbyes, so here's the deal. Zia and I figure you done the heavy lifting. So you get to do the honors. We can tell you how to work this thing if you got any questions.
Zia: You made it. So let's see, you can either prevent the calamity or stick around with me and Rucks. I'd hate to be in your shoes.
Rucks: Hey, Kid. You can undo the Calamity here and now. Go on, Kid. And before I forget, thank you. Oh Mother, and here I figured you'd had enough of me by now. You could have undone the Calamity itself, but instead you want to stay? In a world like this? I've got to admit Kid, ain't yet put much thought in that idea. Of carrying on with you here. We can't go back no more, but I suppose we could go wherever we please. And if anyone's left out there, I sure would like to see the look on their faces when we dock this thing right on their doorstep. Getting ahead of myself though. I'm going to need a first mate. What do you say?