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|The Two-Faced Girl|
7 September 1918
- Anastasia: He should have been back by now. Something must've happened... I can't go out there. Too many of them. I'll never make it. Unless... she helps me... I am the blade in the shadows. I walk in the darkness and strike swiftly...
Anastasia set out to find Orelov.
- Anastasia: Cannons? What's happening?
On her way to her destination, Anastasia freed a Bolshevik prisoner.
- Anastasia: Don't speak. They're looking for me. Please stay quiet. Wait for me to go, then run... Just run.
Anastasia entered the train station.
- Anastasia: Everyone wants to leave the town before the battle...this is going to turn into a riot... The guards are searching the place. I'll need to remain out of sight.
Anastasia made it to the ground floor.
- Anastasia: These refugees will shield me - I can hide amongst them, in the crowds.
- Soldier 1: What do we do if he comes back?
- Soldier 2: Let's hope he doesn't.
- Soldier 1: But what if he does?
- Soldier 2: Well, I don't know about you, but I'm going to shoot him.
- Soldier 1: It's not that simple... How can you shoot something you can't see?
- Soldier 2: The Assassin isn't invincible... Bullets will do to him what they do to anyone else.
- Soldier 1: Let's hope for all our sakes that you are right.
- Soldier 2: I am.
- Soldier 1: Do you think he's far?
- Soldier 2: The Assassin is still here...somewhere.
- Soldier 1: Shouldn't we be looking for him?
Upon exiting the train station, Anastasia overheard two soldiers.
- Soldier 3: Hey, Tovarich, where were you?
- Soldier 4: Bodarenko Ulitsa outpost. They're holding the Assassin. One tough bastard, hasn't said a word.
- Soldier 3: He will. They always talk. He'll lead us to the girl... and that box.
- Anastasia: Bodarenko Ulitsa... It's my turn to help you, Nikolaï.
- Soldier 5: Do you think they'll get anything out of that Assassin, now that he's been captured?
- Soldier 6: I don't doubt it. I hope they break him, nice and slowly. Make him suffer a bit.
- Soldier 5: The station looks secure...there's been no sign of trouble today.
- Soldier 6: Good, are the tram checks all in place?
- Soldier 5: Yes, we have checkpoints on each of the lines and random searches to keep people on their toes.
Anastasia managed to climb onto a tram.
- Anastasia: This tram will take me to the edge of the Volga - I pray there are no inspections.
Anastasia rode the tram to the first checkpoint.
- Guard: Stop the tram.
- Anastasia: I need to find the signal box and switch the light to green.
Having managed to take the tram further, Anastasia freed another prisoner.
- Anastasia: You have not seen me. Wait for your chance and go. Don't look back. Good luck.
After reaching the rooftops, Anastasia noticed a train in the distance.
- Anastasia: I must hurry and catch the train, the patrols are closing in!
Anastasia reached the train and rode it for a while.
- Anastasia: The train has taken me as far as it can. I am almost at the house.
Anastasia found and freed another prisoner.
- Anastasia: I'm sorry your excellency, I don't have time... Wait until I'm gone and run.
Anastasia closed in on her destination.
- Anastasia: This is it. Bodarenko... just one more block and I should find the house.
Finding the power in the Cheka barracks cut, Anastasia discovered the elevator did not work.
- Anastasia: I need to restore power to that elevator. There are multiple junction boxes I need to reach.
After activating the junction boxes and using the elevator, Anastasia reached the building where Orelov was kept.
- Anastasia: This must be the house. It smells of violence. Kolya must be downstairs. I must remove all these guards. They will kill us both if they discover my actions.
Killing all eight guards, Anastasia reached Orelov.
- Orelov: Anya? Is that you? How did you...
- Anastasia: Don't talk, we must go!
- Orelov: Wait? Who am I talking to now... Shao Jun?
- Anastasia: I am myself, Nikolaï. She did help me, though. Come. We must hurry!
- Orelov: What's happening?
- Anastasia: The Bolsheviks are here. They're attacking Kazan. Can you walk?
- Orelov: I can.
- Anastasia: Can you run?
Anastasia managed to free Nikolai, and together they escaped.
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