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''Meet with [[Meagan Foster]] and [[Anton Sokolov]] to discuss the next steps in your effort to take down Delilah and [[Luca Abele|the Duke of Serkonos]].''
 
''Meet with [[Meagan Foster]] and [[Anton Sokolov]] to discuss the next steps in your effort to take down Delilah and [[Luca Abele|the Duke of Serkonos]].''
   
===Mission===
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===Pre-Mission===
 
''While held captive, Anton Sokolov learned the identity of one of Delilah's chief allies, Breanna Ashworth. An architect of the coup that took the throne in [[Dunwall]], Ashworth is powerful and full of secrets. She is building a mysterious device for Delilah. Breanna Ashworth must be eliminated.''
 
''While held captive, Anton Sokolov learned the identity of one of Delilah's chief allies, Breanna Ashworth. An architect of the coup that took the throne in [[Dunwall]], Ashworth is powerful and full of secrets. She is building a mysterious device for Delilah. Breanna Ashworth must be eliminated.''
   
==Pre-Mission==
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===Another Strange Visit===
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Emily or Corvo will wake up in their cabin on the Dreadful Wale without mana. Leaving the room leads to an encounter with Delilah. She will share the story of her life, scenes of which can be seen while passing through the Void.
   
=== Another Strange Visit ===
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===Dreadful Wale===
Emily or Corvo will wake up in their cabin on the Dreadful Wale without mana. Leaving the room leads to an encounter with Delilah. She will share the story of her life, scenes of which can be seen while passing through the Void.
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Waking up in the real-world cabin leads to an encounter with the spirit of former empress Jessamine Kaldwin. Anton Sokolov has spent three days recuperating and provides information he gathered in the Clockwork Mansion. Breanna Ashworth, curator of the Royal Conservatory, is working on a device called the Oraculum for Delilah.
   
=== Dreadful Wale ===
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==Mission==
Waking up in the real-world cabin leads to an encounter with the spirit of former empress Jessamine Kaldwin. Anton Sokolov has spent three days recuperating and provides information he gathered in the Clockwork Mansion. Breanna Ashworth, curator of the Royal Conservatory, is working on a device called the Oraculum for Delilah.
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[[Meagan Foster]] brings Emily or Corvo to [[Cyria Gardens]] in her skiff. The district is protected by the [[Grand Guard]], and Emily or Corvo must get past a [[Wall of Light|wall of light]] and a [[watchtower]] before reaching the Royal Conservatory. An alternate entrance may be found by speaking with the Black Market shopkeeper before heading to the conservatory and seeking his associate.
   
== Mission ==
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Once inside, they have to make their way through Delilah's [[Brigmore Witches|coven of witches]] to get to Breanna. She may be killed or her powers removed by placing faulty lenses in the Oraculum for the nonlethal option.
[[Meagan Foster]] brings Emily or Corvo to [[Cyria Gardens]] in her skiff. The district is protected by the [[Grand Guard]], and Emily or Corvo must get past a [[Wall of Light|wall of light]] and a [[watchtower]] before reaching the Royal Conservatory. An alternate entrance may be found by speaking with the Black Market shopkeeper before heading to the conservatory and seeking his associate.
 
 
Once inside, they have to make their way through Delilah's [[Brigmore Witches|coven of witches]] to get to Breanna. She may be killed or her powers removed by placing faulty lenses in the Oraculum for the nonlethal option.
 
   
 
==Special Actions==
 
==Special Actions==

Revision as of 06:52, August 14, 2017

The Royal Conservatory is the fifth mission in Dishonored 2, where either Emily Kaldwin or Corvo Attano must infiltrate the Royal Conservatory of Karnaca to eliminate Delilah's follower, Breanna Ashworth, and prevent her from completing a mysterious device.

Briefing

Pre-mission, Another Strange Visit

You've awakened with a strange feeling.

Pre-mission, Dreadful Wale

Meet with Meagan Foster and Anton Sokolov to discuss the next steps in your effort to take down Delilah and the Duke of Serkonos.

Pre-Mission

While held captive, Anton Sokolov learned the identity of one of Delilah's chief allies, Breanna Ashworth. An architect of the coup that took the throne in Dunwall, Ashworth is powerful and full of secrets. She is building a mysterious device for Delilah. Breanna Ashworth must be eliminated.

Another Strange Visit

Emily or Corvo will wake up in their cabin on the Dreadful Wale without mana. Leaving the room leads to an encounter with Delilah. She will share the story of her life, scenes of which can be seen while passing through the Void.

Dreadful Wale

Waking up in the real-world cabin leads to an encounter with the spirit of former empress Jessamine Kaldwin. Anton Sokolov has spent three days recuperating and provides information he gathered in the Clockwork Mansion. Breanna Ashworth, curator of the Royal Conservatory, is working on a device called the Oraculum for Delilah.

Mission

Meagan Foster brings Emily or Corvo to Cyria Gardens in her skiff. The district is protected by the Grand Guard, and Emily or Corvo must get past a wall of light and a watchtower before reaching the Royal Conservatory. An alternate entrance may be found by speaking with the Black Market shopkeeper before heading to the conservatory and seeking his associate.

Once inside, they have to make their way through Delilah's coven of witches to get to Breanna. She may be killed or her powers removed by placing faulty lenses in the Oraculum for the nonlethal option.

Special Actions

  • Shrewd Negotiations - Get the best price for the Roseburrow Prototype.
  • Parley with Delilah - Talk to the statue in Ashworth’s office after eliminating Ashworth
  • Witch No More - Sever Ashworth’s connection with the Void.
  • Black Market Heist - Rob the black market.
  • Spying Overseers - Find Vice Overseer Byrne’s outpost.

Trivia

  • A conversation aboard the Dreadful Wale indicates that this mission takes place three days after The Clockwork Mansion, with Corvo telling Sokolov that "...[he] had three days to rest."

Gallery

References

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