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Walkthrough - Game Script
01 - Introduction (int01) 02 - Imperfections on the script (Help me, please!) (Imp02) 03 - Copyright (Cop03) 04 - Script (Scr04) 05 - Thanks and acknowledgements (Tha05) 01 - Introduction (int01) Well, since I played Prince of Persia Warrior Within (yes, I played the second one first) I got absolutely addicted on the game. I had to buy the other two games. But when I bought the Sands of Time and shortly after played the Two Thrones when my girlfriend lent me her copy I was disappointed with both games; not because they suck (because they absolutely don't!), but because, unlike WW, they didn't have subtitles. I don't live in an English-speaking country, I'm from Portugal, but I can completely understand English (as most Portuguese). But honestly, games with no subs really get on my nerves. Because sometimes the actors say something really fast, or the script may have some unusual words, or the surroundings may muffle the characters... and I may not understand them. Fortunately, for all the games I have that have no subs, there was a script for the game on GameFaqs.com... except for the Prince of Persia Two Thrones. I researched "Two Thrones Script" on the net and came along the ubi.com forums, where a forum member, Evrything_burns, while sick, transcribed all the lines from the game. "Yippee", I thought, cuz I hadn't managed to hear some pretty important lines from the game. But when I copied it to my PC, I noticed some lines were missing and some were mistranscribed. When I put my PoP:T2T game on my PS2 I realized A LOT of lines were missing and nearly all were mistranscribed. So, for the past few days, with the help of my cell phone's recorder and my headphones, I started to correct and add lines to Evrything_burns' script, so I could have a perfect one by my side the next time I played this excellent game. When I finished, I thought It would be nice to share my work with the site and community that helped me through so many games: GameFaqs.com. I used Evrything_burns' transcript as a base, but seeing as he put no copyrights on his post on the forums and this script has a lot of different stuff, I believe there will be no copyright problems by posting this on the site. I believe all of the lines are here, but this game script has some imperfections that I will list on section 02. Just to explain some things: All important facts that happen along the story of the game or that somehow influence the lines are between [ ]; and when the space between the lines is double, It means that some time has passed between the last line and the new one but nothing special happened to the plot, just the usual jumping, and running and killing. 02 - Imperfections on the script (Help me, please!) (imp02) I'm not sure about a few lines in this script. The Lines are: The one Kaileena says when the Prince is on his first chariot ride (I'm not sure about the verb began); The one with the child and the father being thrown into the arena (I'm not sure about the word whelp, couldn't hear it clearly, but that's what it sounded like); and finally, and the line the Vizier says just after he throws the walls at the Prince on the final battle (I couldn't hear a lot of words on this one, I wrote it kinda blindly). If you manage to catch any mistake, please send the correct line to my email: email@example.com, subject: T2T Missing line. Oh, I also did not put some lines on purpose: the commentaries the Dark Prince gives to regular Prince's fighting. I think it would be really annoying to put this in the script a lot of times: [The Prince just killed Sand Guards] Dark Prince: Excellent!/Is that what you call fighting? I just didn't feel like putting a lot of isolated introductions and lines that aren't really important to the plot. Besides, I think everybody could hear them. They are just there to show that the Prince was getting more and more reluctant to fight as he grew softer (Although if you'd like me to put those too, send me another email saying you'd also like those lines in the script. If I receive enough I’ll play the game again and insert those lines). I believe all the other lines are correct, I double-checked most of them, but if you notice any error, communicate it to me, please. 03 - Copyright (Cop03) This Game transcript was made by me, jrdemr, based on the one made by Evrything_burns. You may not post it on any other site and claim it to be yours, although you can post it if you credit me (and Evrything_burns, if you so desire) and ask me to my email for permission (firstname.lastname@example.org - Put PoP:T2T Permission as the subject). You may also modify it as you desire if it is for personal use. If you wish to modify it to post the modification on another site, ask for permission, I will be most delighted to grant it. We done? Cool, let's get what we came here for done with: the script. 04 - Script (Scr04) Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones Kaileena: We all make mistakes. Some are small, some are large. But his mistake, born of innocence, fuelled by pride, was the greatest and most terrible of ‘em all. [The Prince looks down at the amulet.] Mysterious Hooded Man: All that is yours is rightfully mine! Old Man: You cannot change your fate. Kaileena: Some believed that when the Prince journeyed to the Island of Time to escape death that he returned alone. The amulet destroyed, the Dahaka appeased, the Empress dead, the Prince was free at last. But this is not how it happened. The truth is that he chose to save me from my destiny. In doing so he set me free…and doomed us all… Kaileena: Prince, of all the possible futures, this one held the most promise that something has changed. Prince: Do not worry Kaileena; no harm will come to you in Babylon. I promise. Look, we are nearly home. [Sees burning city] Prince: No! [Arrows are shot at the small ship and a flaming stone is catapulted. Kaileena and the Prince are thrown into the water.] Prince: Kaileena? [Sees Kaileena floating, unconscious] Prince: Kaileena! Kaileena: As our ship lay sinking in the harbor, the Prince found himself in a city quite different from the one he left behind. The normally busy wharves were now decimated. Blood spattered awnings and splintered doorframes were all that waited to greet him. And the people… merchants, beggars, fishermen… were nowhere to be found… others had taken their place. [Sees guards carry Kaileena off] Prince: Let her go! Kaileena: The Prince made his way along the torn and blasted district, haunted by visions from his past. The dark side tavern where he’d spent many late nights was now reduced to cinders. Babylon’s proud armada, which he was often come to greet, laid cracked and broken, cast to the bottom of the Euphrates. Prince: Everywhere there are signs of battle… but what of Babylon’s guard? Where have they all gone? [Sees a guard. He hasn’t seen him yet] Prince: Why is it that every time disaster strikes, I find myself without a proper blade? [Takes a small dagger stabbed in a table next to him] Still, it’s better than nothing. [Sees guards take Kaileena inside the city] Prince: Kaileena! [They enter the city and the gate closes behind them] Prince: No! Prince: No way into the city now… I will have to climb the siege tower and enter from above. Prince: I can sense the others that have passed through this place, intent on bringing harm to my family. [Reaches a high place where he can see most of the city] Prince: Four week I’d been at sea… and everyday spent dreaming of my return to Babylon… but never, in all my visions of the future, did I suspect a homecoming such as this… war… it is the only answer… but war with who?... And why?... Kaileena: You should know that it was not love that drove him, but duty. I was his responsibility. He had made a promise, a promise that was now broken and undone. As with all mistakes he had made, the Prince meant to fix this. A noble goal to be certain, but a selfish one as well; for he was motivated to ease his own pain. Prince: I know these streets! Knew them, anyway. I must keep pace with Kaileena if I am to find the one responsible for this. Prince: Where is kind Asha, who would stand before her stall selling foods and flowers? Or the errant children, making trouble as all young ones do? Gone… All gone… [Reaches the palace entrance] Prince: Home… and yet, nothing is as I remember. Objects once familiar and comforting now fill me with uncertainty and dread. What has happened here? Prince: I should be resting now, recovering from my time away, or sitting with father… but instead I am forced to run and hide; sneaking abound like a common thief; hunted in my own city. Kaileena: Pay attention to what the Prince overheard as he drew close to where I was being kept. Mystery Person: Many years ago, I journeyed with the Maharajah of India to the Island of Time, intending to claim its secrets. What we discovered was a barren, ruined place; its halls deserted, and its guardians gone to sand. Strange tales adorned its walls, which spoke of an Empress. An Empress of Time! But, of this enigmatic creature there was no trace. We returned to India with treasures nonetheless: a staff, a dagger, an empty hourglass covered in jewels, and books! Such secrets they contained, for even then I was an older man and knew that my time would soon be at an end. The books showed me that life eternal was not beyond my reach, but it required the essence of the Empress herself, the power of the Sands. But, you were gone, they were gone. I turned my attention towards… other pursuits, and left that dream behind. But then, four weeks ago, the Dagger stirred! And showed me things; whispered to me in my sleep. It drew me here, towards Babylon. Alas, the Maharajah did not share my vision, would not grant me leave. So I slew him and claimed his kingdom, his army for my own. Nothing would stand between me and my desires! Kaileena: Recklessly the Prince drew his weapon and charged forward intending to rescue me. It was as if he had learned nothing from his past adventures. Or perhaps he’d simply forgotten, made blind and deaf by fear and rage… This is how it happened. This is how I died… [Prince charges toward guards] Prince: No! [Is stopped by a chain, the Daggertail] Mahasti: What have we here? [Looks forward to see Kaileena tied. Somebody is facing her, but turns to see the Prince. The Prince recognizes someone familiar…] Prince: The Vizier?! Vizier: Ah! You must be the Prince of Persia, come home at last. Too late I’m afraid. [to Kaileena] I believe I have something of yours… [Stabs Kaileena] Prince: No! Kaileena! [Kaileena glows and her body becomes the Sands of Time. Everyone on the area is engulfed and transformed by the Sands. The Prince pulls at the Daggertail, but not before it becomes engulfed by the Sands itself. It breaks, but it is still chained to the Prince’s arm. The infected Daggertail forms strange markings around his forearm] Vizier: A promise of power, fulfilled! I will be immortal! [Stabs himself and transforms, throwing the Dagger aside. The Prince runs to grab it, but the ground below him collapses. He grabs the Dagger in midair and stabs it on the wall, slowing his decent. He lands on a balcony.] Prince: Father, forgive what I have done…wherever you are. [Makes way through the crumbling palace] Guard: The palace is falling! Run for your life! Prince: Once more, the wheels of suffering are set in motion by my hand… In taking Kaileena from the Island of Time I have changed the course of History! Without the Sands of Time, I never journeyed to Azad, never killed the Vizier… Now, he lives again, driven by the same mad desire…I promised no harm would come to her… Prince: I’m being pushed deeper into the palace, and further from my enemy… Prince: My arm! What’s happening? What has the Vizier done to me? I don’t—Waah!... [Falls down pit] Kaileena: Everything had come full circle. The Prince had resurrected his greatest enemy. Worse, he had accidentally delivered me into the man’s hands, unleashing a nightmare plague across Babylon. As if this was not enough, the Prince had nearly been transformed by the Sands himself. Though he had avoided death, he had not escaped entirely untouched… Voice: Wake up Prince. Wake up. Wake up! The way behind you is gone, so you’ll have to find another exit from these sewers. Be quick about it, start moving. Prince: Wha-What? Who’s there? [As the Prince travels through sewers] Voice: Be careful, the planks are slick. Mind your balance. Voice: Good, good, now, head down. [As he fights sand monsters] Voice: Oh! The do not seem to like the light. Voice: Lead them into the light! Strike while they are blind! [Transformation] Prince: What have I become?! A sand monster?! [Sees sand monsters moving towards him] Dark Prince: Call it what you will, but you have been given the ability to destroy your enemies. Use it! Prince: What good is this? Even as I fight them, I grow weaker! Dark Prince: Kill them, then. Let their life replenish yours. Feels good, does it not? [When he kills all the monsters] Dark Prince: Aah, I knew you had it in you. Prince: I assume this is not permanent. Dark Prince: It is…if you want it to be. Prince: I do not. Dark Prince: But you will. Prince: Why, then, is this happening to me? Dark Prince: You have been infected by the Sands of Time, as I’m sure you have guessed. Maybe it’s the Dagger, maybe it’s all the time you spent amongst the Sands, or… amongst the Empress… Either way, you are resisting it…mostly. Prince: Mostly? Dark Prince: You did just change into something rather…unique, so I think the word is quite appropriate. Think of it this way: you have been given a gift - you are now stronger, faster- Prince: Uglier. Dark Prince: Now, now. Prince: That explains the transformation, but who are you? Dark Prince: Have you not realized? I am your untapped potential, your unrealized dreams. I am a part of you. Prince: You’re inside me? [Steps into water and transforms back] Prince: It’s gone now. Water seems to fight this corruption. Why did you hide this from me? Dark Prince: What? And ruin all the fun? Kaileena: When the Prince was struck by the Sands of Time, something was woken within. Something strange and cunning, something dark…The seven years spent on the run had embedded the Prince and made him hard. This burden sustained his other half, gave it strength. The Prince was tempted to do as it said, for it was a lightened darkness, offering comfort and guidance to a man who had just lost everything. But what were its intentions? Why did it help him? Only time would tell… Prince: Babylon, it’s so far away. As a child, Father would tell me stories abou- Dark Prince: Pay attention! Something’s happening down there. [Sees sand gate. The chief guard puts his sword on the center and the Vizier comes through it] Prince: Is that?... It’s the Vizier! He’s been completely transformed! Dark Prince: Interesting… he’s used the power of the sands to transform his army… and his artifacts will allow him to transport them across the city with ease. He appears to be in complete control. Things do not look too good for you at the moment. [Vizier vanishes through the Sand Gate] Prince: I will not let the Vizier have Babylon! My city! My throne! Prince: He has used that beam as a gate. We will follow him through it. Dark Prince: [After the Prince has killed some sand monsters] Wonderful. Do we not have enough to deal with already? [Kills more sand monsters. Sees a chariot] Prince: That chariot will get us home. Dark Prince: Are you sure you can control this thing? Prince: Let us hope. If I crash, it is the end for both of us. [Hops onto chariot. Passes guards carrying a box.] Guards: The Prince! [They drop the box. It breaks] Stop him! [They abandon their box and chase after him, the prisoner inside escaping] Kaileena: And so, once more, the Prince began his journey home; his mind on fire with visions of the justice he would visit upon the Vizier. [During chariot race] Dark Prince: Be vigilant. Guard: There he is! Dark Prince: Turn right! Head left! You have done well Prince. Though I’m sure it was not intentional. [They reach the end of the street] Prince: We made it! Dark Prince: Hold your horses! [His chariot crashes and the Prince is thrown into the air. Only one of the chariot’s horses is still up and running. The street gate is closing] Prince: Waah! Come on, come on! [Manages to reach the other side of the gate just before it closes] Kaileena: The once bright and vibrant streets of Babylon now stood all but deserted. Its inhabitants either dead or fled. Those left behind suffered terribly: captured, tortured and transformed. But the Prince did not notice this, so focused was he on the Vizier. Dark Prince: I’m impressed. Prince: Oh good. Your opinion means a great deal to me. Dark Prince: Is that how you thank the man who just saved your life? Prince: First, you did not save my life. I did. Second, you are not a man, just a disembodied voice, a ghost. And third, I did not ask for your help, and I certainly do not need it. Dark Prince: While I admire your bravado, you would be wise to show some respect. Prince: And you would be wise to keep quiet! You’re distracting me and we are no longer alone. Guard: Go. Put him with the others. Citizen: Why are you doing this? We have done nothing wrong! Guard: Save your crying for someone who cares. Prince: I should do something!... Dark Prince: Go ahead! Fall to your death! That will be of great use to them! Guard: (To himself) Why do I always get stuck with guard duty... Waste of my time... Child: Father! Father! Guard! Quiet, whelp! Do you wish to join him in the arena? Father: Don- Don’t take me there! Anywhere but that place! Prince: Something is happening down there… Dark Prince: Whatever it is, it will continue until you have defeated the Vizier. You cannot help these people! Prince: Then let us make haste. [Strange sand creatures appear] Dark Prince: Careful! These creatures seem to feed of the Sands! Kill them before they steal any more from you! [Transformation] Dark Prince: Onward and upward Prince! Quickly, you must regain your throne! Prince: I’m moving as fast as I can. What do you suggest? That I grow wings and fly? Dark Prince: One can always dream. [Transforms back. Looks at the city from a rooftop] Prince: Babylon’s defenders still live. The city is not yet taken. Perhaps father is among them! [The Prince travels along the rooftops and an arrow appears out of nowhere and kills a Sand Monster that was just about to kill the Prince.] Prince: What is this? Someone helping us? Who’s there? You have done me a great service! Show yourself, that I might thank you! [No one answers] Prince: So very strange. I wonder…no, it is silly to think such things. Prince: No more rooftops… Dark Prince: Indeed. Irritating little detour. Let us be on with it. Head down to street level and we will find a way to regain the rooftops! Prince: You are an insistent inner voice, aren’t you? Dark Prince: Well, someone has to make the decisions!... Prince: I don’t like the looks of this. [Enters the arena. Sees Klompa] Prince: This…thing was once a man. He was there, when Kaileena died. [Klompa fight] Dark Prince: Go for the eyes Prince! He cannot kill you if he cannot see you. [If Klompa grabs Prince] Dark Prince: Ooh! I think he wants a kiss! [Prince gets thrown] Dark Prince: Guess not. [Prince blinds the Klompa] Dark Prince: Good! You have robbed him of his sight! Now bring him to his knees! He can no longer see you! Move in and attack him directly! His legs, Prince! Cut them! [Kills Klompa and rescues citizens] Citizens: We’re free! We’re free! [The Prince begins to transform] Prince: Keep away from me! [Escapes down tunnel] Kaileena: The Prince fled from the arena, embarrassed by the unwanted attention, fearful that they might realize he was becoming a sand monster. But something taunted him; the freed citizens believed he had come to rescue them. The people, his people, now lived when they should have died. This was just an accident. His thoughts had been only of reaching the Vizier and exacting revenge. Perhaps now the Prince would remember he once fought for something other than his lost honor. It was simply too soon to tell… [Transforms back. The Mysterious Arrows person saves him again from impendent death. Sees it is Farah.] Dark Prince: Well, look at that! Prince: Farah! Farah: How do you know my name? Prince: Yes…I… Dark Prince: I eagerly await your response. Prince: I have heard tales, wondrous tales, of a beautiful…and brave, princess of India. One who has…travelled to Babylon, seeking to punish…an evil Vizier, who has caused her great distress. [Farah aims an arrow at him] Dark Prince: See? Now she’s going to kill us! [Arrow hits approaching sand monster] Farah: How in the world did you manage to survive this long? Good luck stranger. [Runs off] Prince: She called me stranger!... She remembers nothing of our past together!.... Dark Prince: Because it never happened! You know, no Sands of Time, no Azad. You get the Vizier but you lose the girl. It doesn’t matter, we’re better off without her. Or have you forgotten? Maybe a few arrows in the back will help stir your memory! Prince: We must catch up with her. Dark Prince: Fair enough. Though I suspect you and I want very different things from the girl. Dark Prince: You still have feelings for her. Admit it. Prince: Farah and I went through so much together. Though she may not remember, I can never forget. [Meets up with Farah again] Farah: The Dagger of Time? How did you come to possess that? Dark Prince: Here we go again. Prince: I took it, from the Vizier. Farah: That traitor! He murdered my father, enslaved my people, imprisoned me. And all in the name of becoming some kind of god! Prince: I know too well what he is capable of. But I intend to find him and punish him for what he has done to my kingdom. Farah: You are the son of Sharaman? The Prince of Persia? Prince: And you are the daughter of the Maharajah. We both seek the same thing. Perhaps we should journey together? Farah: Perhaps…provided you can keep up. [She runs off] Dark Prince: I grow tired of her little tests. Prince: It is simply her way. I assure you, she will prove a valuable ally. [More rooftops] Farah: Alright, I’m impressed. I suppose it is wise to work together. There is strength in numbers after all. Prince: I’m glad you’ve come around. Farah: Just don’t make me regret it. Now, let us find the Vizier. Kaileena: With the Dahaka defeated, the Prince was slowly regaining pieces of his former self. The pressure and desperation which once drove him were gone. Grim as things seemed, there was now hope. Hope that peace could be restored to the land and to our tortured hero. But the Vizier’s army still hunted him. And they grew more determined by the hour… [Prince and Farah see Zurvan] Farah: What? What is that thing? Prince: It’s the Vizier! Farah: What’s happened to him? Prince: Something terrible. Dark Prince: Something…wonderful! [The Prince charges forward to attack] Farah: Wait! [Vizier enters temple] Prince: No! Farah: Be happy he is gone. You would never have stood a chance. Prince: Oh how silly of me. You’re right. Perhaps we should surrender, or turn away and leave the city. I know a lovely little island just a few weeks journey from here. I’m sure by the time we return this will all be sorted out. Farah: If it comforts you to mock me, then by all means, continue. But you are so focused on killing him you’ve thrown strategy completely out the window! You could have died… Prince: I suppose… But now we need to find a way to enter the temple. We’re wasting time here. Dark Prince: You know, I’ve been thinking about what Farah said earlier. She has a point. How do you plan to kill the Vizier? He’s immortal now. Prince: The Dagger made him into what he is, it can unmake him. Dark Prince: I suppose we will know the truth of this soon enough… [The Prince and Farah enter different gardens] Farah: Such a beautiful building. Prince: Father built these gardens as a symbol of his love for our people. Once…all the kingdom was like this. Farah: Try using these levers. If I can reach the other side, I might be able to find a way to open that door. [The Prince uses a system of levers to get Farah onto different platforms] Farah: Do you think you could move a little faster? Prince: You’re more than welcome to come down here and try it yourself! Seven years and still nothing’s changed. Farah: Seven years? What are you talking about? Prince: It’s… a figure of speech! Farah: There is something very odd about you. Dark Prince: She has no idea… Prince: Ah, we are making progress. Farah: I think I see a bell in that tower. Perhaps if you can get me to the next balcony I can sever its rope. You can use it to access the door switch. Prince: With my luck it will probably trigger some terrible trap, or summon sand monsters, or bring about the end of the world! Farah: Would it kill you to show a little optimism? Prince: Experience has taught me that wishful thinking only leads to disappointment. [Farah shoots an arrow at the rope, severing it and the bells hits the ground] Farah: See? You did it. Prince: We did it. [Cries are heard] Farah: Wait! There are people hurt inside. We should help them. Dark Prince: Now is not the time Prince. You can help all you want later. Prince: Go Farah. Tend to the wounded. I will catch up with you once I’ve dealt with the Vizier. Kaileena: And so, the Prince and Farah separated. She sought to save lives. He to end them…for the Prince intended to confront his enemy and perhaps utilize the power of the warriors who had held up inside the temple. His mind churned with thoughts of glorious vengeance… but something new, as well… descending into the depths, his thoughts, his thoughts kept returning to Farah… He wondered if she was thinking of him as well… [The Prince watches the Vizier slaughter one of Babylon’s soldiers] Prince: To conquer a city is one thing. But to do so with such violence and cruelty is something else entirely. I will return EVERY BLOW he has landed against my kingdom! Dark Prince: We are close, Prince, so close! Let us make him suffer! [He transforms] [The Prince hears the Vizier killing more soldiers] Prince: Babylon’s last lines of defense… have fallen. These men served my family well. With their defeat, the city is fully in the hands of the Vizier. [The Prince catches the Vizier above a hall filled with water. He quickly escapes. The Prince steps on the water and transforms back] Prince: Every time I reach him, he slips away. Why will he not just stay and fight? It would make things so much simpler… Dark Prince: It’s not always about combat, Prince. Some battles are waged in other ways, on other terms. I fear we have underestimated our opponent. Let us not make the same mistake a second time. Kaileena: Babylon had finally fallen and none were left to come to the Prince’s aid. He was now the city’s only hope. If he failed, his entire world could be lost; for the Vizier was not contempt to simply be a king… no… he fancied himself a god. The question now was whether the Prince realized the position he was in. And if he did, would he accept this responsibility? Would he become a hero? [Later, the Prince finds Farah trapped behind an iron gate.] Farah: Are you alright? Prince: He has escaped. And you? What of the troops? Farah: Dead. All dead. But I saw the Vizier, or whatever it is he’s become. He flew towards the palace. Prince: Then we know where to go. Farah: Alright. But I seem to be…well…stuck. Could you find a way to open this door? Dark Prince: I understand the principles of courtesy, but I think you take things a bit too far. [The Prince makes his way through the market place and opens the door.] Farah: Thank you, Prince. Prince: Of course. The problem is…now I am trapped. Dark Prince: Just like a woman. Solving her problem creates a new one for you. Farah: Allow me to return the favor then. [She shoots an arrow at a rope holding a crate, allowing him to open a door.] Prince: [to Dark Prince] You were saying?... Dark Prince: Go on, then. Prince: I hope Farah is alright. Dark Prince: You are spending way too much time looking after the girl! Is this