Aveline entered the warehouse, surprising Gérald.
- Gérald: Aveline! I-
- Aveline: Gérald! You look as though you've seen a ghost. I left Chichen Itza the moment it was secure.
- Gérald: Then you were... successful?
- Aveline: De Ferrer... will no longer trouble us.
- Gérald: But there is more to this story.
- Aveline: Always...
- Gérald: I have much to tell you as well. The Spanish are... sympathetic to our aims now. New laws may... ease your efforts to help the slaves.
- Aveline: Could it be that for the first time, home holds more comfort than conflict?
- Gérald: With you back, it feels like home again. I'm afraid I must now spoil your homecoming with... business. There has been... strange activity. Men in Spanish uniforms raising havoc in the bayou.
- Aveline: Still? I thought you said Spanish interests are now aligned with ours.
- Gérald: That's what makes it so... strange.
- Aveline: Are they secretly working for-
- Gérald: That's what we need to find out. I have one lead. An informant has seen a man bribing soldiers in town. For whom?
- Aveline: I'll investigate.
Aveline prepared to take her leave.
- Gérald: Aveline, aren't you forgetting something?
- Aveline: Please Gérald – now is not the time...
- Gérald: I er... uh... merely meant to give you-
- Aveline: Oh... er... Thank you. It's been too long.
With her weapons now restored to her, Aveline went out to locate the recruiter. Finding him by a small church, she tailed him through the market until he reached a pair of guards.
- Recruiter: As you can see, my employer is prepared to be very generous.
- Guard: So it seems.
- Recruiter: Then you will join our cause?
- Guard: Si. (Yes.)
The recruiter spotted Aveline.
- Recruiter: Stop her!
Aveline chased the recruiter, but he managed to escape into a fort located within the city.
Aveline tracked down the recruiter, but failed to apprehend him.