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Dishonored Low Chaos Walkthrough Part 25 - Chapter 4

Check out part 25 and finish Dishonored with a low chaos rating in this walkthrough of Arkane Studios' first-person stealth action title.


Samuel: So you did the business, did you, Corvo? I'm not one to speak against my [inaudible 00:00:11-00:00:12] you, but if anybody ever deserved their fate, it was those Pendletons.

Emily: What business are you talking about?

Samuel: Oh, grown up business, girl. I mean, [inaudible 00:00:24-00:00:25]. Forgive me.

Emily: It's okay. I heard a lot of grown up business at the Golden Cat.

Samuel: Oh. I should concentrate on piloting this boat.

Callista: Young lady, Emily, I'm Callista. I'll be caring for you, and schooling you, while you're with us.

Emily: Pleased to meet you.

Callista: As am I. Would you like to see your room in the tower?

Emily: Can I see it?

Callista: Yes, you may. You will get to see it all, the entirety of the Hound Pits.

Emily: Good. I think I'll like it here. I'll go with Callista, Corvo. I'll see you later.

Male: You do not fail to impress. Armed with a blade, you've changed the course of the city forever, and with the Pendleton twins gone, our own Lord Pendleton will assume their votes in parliament. In one night, you've done more than most men do in a lifetime. I need to speak to you soon, but for now Lord Pendleton requests your attention.

Lord Pendleton: Corvo, the Loyalist Conspiracy thanks you for your work. I don't know if I can. My own brothers. We never believed that you killed the empress. It made much more sense that the royal spy master, now the Lord Regent, was behind it, aided by some of his key allies. We spent a lot of money, and exposed ourselves to great risk in getting you out of prison, but we did it because we believed that you're the one who can make the difference. Oh, and Havelock's looking for you.

Lydia: I hope his Lordship is taking this well, Pendleton, I mean. I do worry about the poor man.

Cecelia: Hello, Mr. Corvo. I'll be getting on with my work then.

Havelock: All right, my friend. Martin's devised our next move. There's a footnote in Campbell's journal that tells us the Lord Regent's mistress sat for a portrait with Sokolov, the painter and royal physician. He'll be able to give us her name. Sokolov lives on Kaldwin's Bridge about half the time, out over the river. The catch is that I'm afraid you've got to head out right away, while Sokolov is at his apartment on the bridge. Samuel can get you close to the bridge, but you'll have to find Sokolov. Bring him back here intact and it'll enable us to make our next move. I can't believe what you've done so far. Escaping from Coldridge, taking down the high overseer, recovering Emily. You make this old military man proud. That's it then.

Samuel: Off to Kaldwin's Bridge, Sir. We'll get our sleep later. Just climb aboard when you're ready. What do you think, Corvo? Kaldwin's Bridge. Been in the city for years, but you lived in Dunwall Tower, with the late empress, so maybe you haven't visited the bridge before tonight. Something to look out for...see all them lights on the water? That's right, we'll be spotted for sure. You're going to have to shut off their power before I can pick you up. Now, about bringing Sokolov back alive, he's smart, maybe even smarter than Piero. Got the whole of Dunwall under his thumb, with all that natural philosophy business, new technology, oceans of light. Seems dangerous to me, but what do I know? Here we are. I'll meet you at the arches under Sokolov's place, when you're ready, Corvo, assuming, of course, you've taken care of those floodlights.

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