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Egypt… the land of Pharaohs. I’m really here.

Scheherazade egypt

Egypt with locations

Alexandria Egypt Inspiration CityEdit

[from the start]

  • Argue with Strange British Expats
    • Debates about Gnostic heresies. What could be better? I've got no problem with the demiurge as long as the sun's still shining, buddy!
  • Expose Black Market Antiquities Commerce
    • I really do hate looters. Citizen's arrest, everybody! Even if I'm not a citizen!
  • Explore Alexandria
    • I have a map and a few hours to kill - why not? I think this must have been part of the old Jewish Quarter...

[July 11, morning] (If Sadie caught up on The Royal Family Adventure in New York)

  • Adventure in Alexandria with Evelyn

[July 11, morning]

Base Camp Egypt Adventure CountryEdit

[from the start]

  • Do Extra Credit for Professor Hemsworth
    • I will have my A++! Professor, I've color-coded all the labels and fed all the mules. Anything else you need me to do?
  • Squirm out of Doing Extra Credit for Professor Blake
    • That man just gives me the creeps. University policy is really clear. He has no business making me work fifteen hours a day.

[after 'Say Hello to an Englishman Abroad']

  • Adventure with Roland in Egypt

[after 'Look for Looters']

[after 'Visit with Sterling']

  • Adventure with Sterling in Egypt

Desert Egypt Adventure CountryEdit

[from the start]

  • Go out and Look for Mirages
    • Come on, shimmering illusions! Entertain me! Please? Just one optical illusion I can tell my aunt about?
  • Explore the Desert
    • I won't go too far out... How hard can it be to outrun a sandstorm, anyway?
  • Tend to Irritated Camels
    • Wow, these guys have bad tempers. Hang on! How I did I become the animal handler in chief?
  • Count Grains of Sand
    • Somebody has to do it. Ten million thirteen thousand and four. Ten million thirteen thousand and five.

Desert City Egypt Inspiration CountryEdit

[from the start]

  • Learn the Secrets of an Odd Community
    • So, how much pre-Islamic religious tradition really persisted? And how? So, what did your grandmother tell you this symbol meant? Can you recall?

[after completing 'Felix: The Egyptian Adventure']

  • Sip Coffee in Geoff's Shop
    • I love caffeine. I love caffeine so much. Oh, it's so thick and bitter and lovely.

[from the start]

  • Consider the Keating Legacy
    • I won't let you down, Mom and Dad. I promise. Wow, look at this place! Mom and Dad, I wish you were here...
  • Join in the Festivities
    • This street party just seems to go on and on! I refuse to be outdanced by small children! You've all been warned!

Desert Tablet Egypt Inspiration CountryEdit

[from the start]

  • Practice Magic Tricks
    • It's quiet here - I can concentrate on this for a bit. Now I just move my hand like… fiddlesticks! Stupid coin! Fall into my sleeve, not my lap!
  • Tend to a Camel
    • These obnoxious beasts need some TLC. Or something. Look, Mr. Spitter. You don't like me and I don't like you, but that saddle's going to chafe if I can't get to it.

[after 'Visit with Sterling', Streets of Cairo]

  • Adventure with Sterling in Egypt

[from the start]

  • Go to the Practical Session
  • Kill Time with the Dig Team
    • Let's just take a break, guys. All in favor of playing cards and making fun of Professor Blake behind his back?

Khan el-Kalili Egypt Adventure CityEdit

[from the start]

  • Haggle at the Suq
    • Ah, the sport of the deal! Ten? I'm not paying ten! That's outrageous! I couldn't possibly go higher than two.
  • Look around with Anna
    • Good Lord, this girl knows how to shop. Oh, now you're just fishing for compliments. It looks good. I'm hungry. Buy it and keep moving.
  • Help Classmates Lug Purchases Around
    • Three carpets, Rose? Really? Didn't I tell you to bring some kind of cart with you? Didn't I?
  • Practice Egyptian Arabic
    • My spoken Arabic needs a lot of work. This is a place to fix that. Please tell me I didn't just insult your mother.
  • Chase Pickpockets
    • If I'm gonna lose money here, it'll be the old-fashioned way! Get back here, you thief! I've caught crooks twice your speed!

Landing Field Egypt Inspiration CityEdit

[from the start]

  • Get Advice from the Mechanics
    • Hooray for practical education! You're sure this is something I need to know?
  • Check in on Felix
  • Paint Anna’s Portrait on the Nose of a Plane
    • She's my best friend, and I'm gonna see her immortalized! No, Anna. They're the size God made 'em, and that's how I'm painting them!

[after 'Go to the Practical Session', Desert Tablet]

  • Begin the Professor's Adventure in Egypt
    • Might as well check in with Professor Hemsworth. I think the Professor's the only person as excited to be here as I am.

[after 'Check in on Felix']

  • Play Cards with Felix and the Mechanics
    • What better way to reconnect with an old friend? Oh, poor Felix. All these years later, you still can't bluff to save your life.

Museum Egypt Inspiration CityEdit

[from the start]

  • Study the Display Collection
    • Somebody get me another notebook. I have to sketch everything! Hello, little statue. Are they taking good care of you here?
  • Attend a Lecture
    • Wow, the Emeritus Professor is 83? He's awfully... determined. Sir? Can we set aside the issue of whether jazz is the devil's music and get back to demotic script?
  • Ask Professor Hemsworth a Lot of Questions
    • I think he's actually grateful to be harassed by someone who cares. I'm sorry to keep bothering you, Professor Hemsworth. Just four more pages of questions to go!

[if Sadie paused during Nigel: the Egyptian Adventure]

  • Continue the Professor's Adventure in Egypt

[from the start]

  • Say Hello to an Englishman Abroad
    • Oh, Roland. Is sneaking up on me going to become a habit? Might as well get something to drink and be social.

Pyramid Egypt PyramidEdit

[from the start]

  • Don’t Climb the Pyramids
    • Can't risk damaging them... but it would be so much fun! Oh, pyramid. If only I could scramble up you without scraping up the limestone.
  • Climb the Nearby Cliffs
    • Maybe there are hidden tombs in the rock face! Okay, crack in the rock. If you're not a hidden tomb, I climbed a long way for nothin'!
  • Look for Looters
  • Work out the Geometry
    • But how do I know they got the pyramid's proportions right? Right, so, if I know the length of the base and the angle at the corner, it's just a matter of…

Roman Tomb Egypt Adventure CountryEdit

[from the start]

  • Study the Tomb
    • I don't want to disturb anything, but how can I not look around? Ohhh, look at you.
  • Volunteer to Help Dig and Sift at the Site
    • I promise, I'll be careful! I'm not finding much, but I'm getting the technique down.
  • Take Sketches for Evelyn’s Scrapbook
  • Research the Tomb
    • Must check every book I can find! Okay, now, this is useful. And to think Anna made fun of me for carrying a dozen books out here!
  • Admire the Mosaics
    • I think I'm just going to sit here and stare at the tesserae for a while. You may be my favorite tesserae in the whole world.

Streets of Cairo Egypt Adventure CityEdit

[from the start]

  • Watch the Street Children
    • Boy, these kids know how to haggle! I've got to hand it to you, kid. That's some fine wheedling.
  • Play Poker in Seedy Places
    • I'm looking for interesting people in dark rooms. But nothing risque! Is that an ace up your sleeve, or do you just have very unusual cufflinks?

[unlocked by 'Drop in on Sterling' in New York]

[from the start]

  • Practice Juggling
    • I can beat my record this time! Somebody get me something on fire to juggle! Keep me on my toes!
  • Look for Medieval Mosques
    • Time for some exploring! You know, I'm almost happy Anna spilled coffee all over my maps. Look what I stumbled onto!

Tomb Egypt PyramidEdit

[from the start]

  • Explore Side Passages
  • Sabotage Suspicious Trucks
    • Maybe I can't stop looting, but I can make looters miserable! It's sugar in the gas tank to kill these things, right?

[if Sadie pauses at the 2nd/5th/6th Obstacle of Sterling: the Egyptian Adventure]

  • Adventure with Sterling in Egypt

[from the start]

  • Plan out a Proper Dig
    • What would I do here if I were in charge? I'm not hurting for money, after all. I could fund my own expedition if I wanted...
  • Document Everything in Sight
    • Professional standards, nothing less! Okay, pebble or pottery shard?

Village Egypt Adventure CountryEdit

[from the start]

  • Meet the Villagers
    • I really want to figure out what life is like here. Hi! Can I ask you a few questions?
  • Collect Local Folklore
    • What did your grandmother tell you about djinns? I bet I can get a paper out of this!
  • Show off a New Escape Act

[if Sadie paused at the 1st Obstacle of Sterling: the Egyptian Adventure]

  • Adventure with Sterling in Egypt

[after completing 'Sterling: the Egyptian Adventure']

[from the start]

  • Work on the Truck
    • Must this thing always break down when Felix is miles away? Somebody show me where the fuel line is and how to tape it up. Please?

Windsor Hotel Egypt Inspiration CityEdit

[from the start]

  • Hang out with the Other Students
    • Ahh, banter. How sweet thy sting! Okay, Steven, I'll bite. How many olives can you fit in one nostril?
  • Take Dinner with the Diplomats
    • People from Aunt Evelyn's parties turn up everywhere. Oh, no, Sir Andrew, you're quite right. That's much shorter than a regulation croquet mallet.
  • Double Down on Studying
    • I'm not going to screw this year up. No point in toting textbooks across an ocean if I'm not gonna read them!
  • Write Embarrassing Fan Letters to Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
    • Don't you judge me! Anna, I'm writing a letter! Do men like it if you say their eyes are smoldering?
  • Sleep In
    • I can go one morning without heroism or lectures. Zzzzzz.

Trivia Edit

  • Fort Qaitbey (referenced when Sadie's capers take her to Alexandria) was commissioned in 1480 by a Mamluk sultan, and was built over (and out of) the ruins of one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World: the Pharos lighthouse. The latter was built in the 3rd century BCE during the reign of Ptolemy II Philadelphus, but after sixteen centuries and several earthquakes was effectively abandoned.

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