- Kaniehtí:io: He tried to destroy the entire town. It is all my fault.
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: I do not understand. Washington knows me. He is a man of reason, if nothing else. But that was not the man I once called my friend.
- Kaniehtí:io: Are you confused? When would you have ever met that monster?
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: I met him ... I ... Mother, this is all wrong. Washington, the violence, all of it!
- Kaniehtí:io: We must get back and warn our people in the village before the Mad King spreads his destruction there.
Ratonhnhaké:ton and Kaniehtí:io mounted horses for the journey back to the village.
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: The Lexington I knew was the scene of a great triumph. Now it is a place of disaster.
Kaniehtí:io noticed a blockade on the road ahead and proposed a shortcut.
- Kaniehtí:io: This way. It will be faster.
Ratonhnhaké:ton and Kaniehtí:io survived a Bluecoat ambush on the way back to the village, with help from two other Kanien'kehá:ka villagers. After the attack, Kaniehtí:io engaged in a conversation with them.
- Kaniehtí:io: Mad King George is on a warpath and intends to destroy our village. We need every able body to protect it, come with us.
- Teiowí:sonte: We know. Oiá:ner sent us to collect boughs of the Great Willow. She means for us to defend our people.
- Kaniehtí:io: To make the tea?! Has she lost her senses?! The tea's pitfalls overshadow its power. You must not do it.
- Teiowí:sonte: You have seen what it can do? Is it dangerous?
- Kaniehtí:io: I have seen it. It is worse than dangerous, it is a promise of madness, even death for those lacking the constitution.
- Kahionhaténion: We cannot disobey the Clan Mother.
- Kaniehtí:io: Believe me, the tea of the Great Willow is folly. Come back with us.
- Teiowí:sonte: We will fulfill the Clan Mother's request. We will collect the boughs. Speak to Oiá:ner and if you can convince her, we will burn them.
- Kaniehtí:io: I intend to.
Teiowí:sonte and his brother left for the Great Willow tree, whilst Ratonhnhaké:ton and Kaniehtí:io continued on towards Kanatahséton.
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: What is the Tea of the Great Willow?
- Kaniehtí:io: Something our people should never have discovered. It is the tea brewed of the Great Willow's virgin boughs and consumed by our warriors. It grants certain – strengths, Ratonhnhaké:ton, but for every physical boon it gives, it robs a piece of the mind. It must never be made.
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: Did you drink it?
- Kaniehtí:io: Never. But I have seen what happens to those who do. You are the son of a man of violence. It would affect you far more than anyone else. I will not allow you to drink it.
Kaniehtí:io and Ratonhnhaké:ton arrived at the village before the attack.
- Kaniehtí:io: Thank the maker we are not too late.
Kaniehtí:io and Ratonhnhaké:ton saw that the Kanien'kehá:ka villagers were gathered around the fire, alongside the Clan Mother. Prompted by Oiá:ner's decision, Kaniehtí:io voiced her opinion.
- Kaniehtí:io: You intend to brew tea of the Great Willow? Have you forgotten the consequence of drinking it? I have not.
- Oiá:ner: No, Kaniehtí:io, but when our people face a threat like the Mad King, there are no other paths.
- Kaniehtí:io: No other paths? We can fight them as human beings! My son and I have had success just the two of us. Imagine the strength of our whole village.
- Oiá:ner: And how many of these fearless Bluecoats have you brought down at a time? Two? Five? Ten? Thousands will come to destroy us – thousands that YOU awoke. Our people's survival depends on the strength of the Great Willow.
- Kaniehtí:io: You are as mad as the King. Do what you will but my son will not drink the tea.
Kaniehtí:io dragged Ratonhnhaké:ton away from the fire, towards their home.
- Oiá:ner: Then, like you, he will die.
Kaniehtí:io and Ratonhnhaké:ton walked towards their home, away from the Clan Mother and the other villagers.
- Kaniehtí:io: Stupid old woman!
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: What would you have us do, mother? We have no choice but to fight.
- Kaniehtí:io: I know. I have something that will help. Something from your father.
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: My father?
- Kaniehtí:io: He left it for you long ago, before he died.
Ratonhnhaké:ton and Kaniehtí:io entered their home, to which Kaniehtí:io handed Ratonhnhaké:ton a Hidden Blade.
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: My father left those for me?
- Kaniehtí:io: He was part of an order. A secret brotherhood–
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: I know who my father was and I know what those are.
- Kaniehtí:io: You do?
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: They will certainly help.
- Kaniehtí:io: How do you know all this?
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: I can not explain. Everything is all wrong here! All of this should NOT BE. YOU should not be. I watched you–
Ratonhnhaké:ton was interrupted by the sound of gunfire from outside the longhouse. Both he and Kaniehtí:io ran outside to investigate, and Ratonhnhaké:ton was greeted by a large amount of Washington's men.
- Kaniehtí:io: He is here!
Ratonhnhaké:ton killed a large proportion of Washington's forces, warning the villagers to flee in whilst doing so.
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: Run! To the forest!
Get out of here! They will show you no mercy!
You must flee!
Washington approached the battlefield on horseback, accompanied by his two Generals.
- Washington: General Putnam, General Arnold. I sometimes despair of our project. I question my abilities and my strength. But with you two at my side, I believe we will bring liberty to this country and we will bring it with fists of iron! Can I have assurance of your loyalty?
- Putnam: You have my solemn pledge.
- Arnold: And mine.
- Washington: Thank you, honorable gentlemen. This country will remember you.
- Putnam: Give no quarter to the savages!
Kaniehtí:io approached Washington.
- Kaniehtí:io: You'll not succeed here!
- Washington: You!? You survived? How astonishing. This time, I'll make certain of your death.
Washington pulled out his scepter (containing an Apple of Eden) as Kaniehtí:io rushed towards him, and struck her to the ground with a flash of light from the artifact. Ratonhnhaké:ton looked over, saw his mother on the floor and rushed over to her.
- Ratonhnhaké:ton: MOTHER! Washington!
Washington dismounted his horse and walked towards Ratonhnhaké:ton.
- Washington: You are fighting the force of liberty!
Away with you!
As the Mad King got closer, Ratonhnhaké:ton lashed out in grief in an attempt to kill George, though he failed and was also struck to the ground with a flash of light from the scepter.
- Washington: With my power, I will rule over a free world!
Washington walked towards Ratonhnhaké:ton, pulling out two pistols and shooting him, before he threw the firearms to the ground. From there, he motioned to Benedict to hand him his musket.
- Washington: Give that here.
For good measure.
Washington used the bayonet to stab and then subsequently shoot Ratonhnhaké:ton point blank in the chest. Ratonhnhaké:ton fell, severely injured, where he stared at his mother's dead body as he faded out of consciousness.
Kaniehtí:io died by King Washington's hand, and Ratonhnhaké:ton was severely injured defending Kanatahséton from the mad ruler's attack.
- Ratonhnhaké:ton calls Washington his friend despite the fact that the two cut off ties with one another after Ratonhnhaké:ton learned of Washington's involvement in the attack on his village.