More continuum GM's prep/notes. This involves Eddie's character, Calvin, and the famous Kassandra of Troy.
Calvin & Kassandra:
Kassandra had a dream in which she meets Calvin the night before something horrible begins. In the dream they are together for several months at the start of the catastrophe, teaching each other.
If Eddie is present, put him into that dilemma.
Does he stay with Kassandra, possibly against Izzy’s wishes?
Does he leave Kassandra, causing her to doubt her own abilities.
If he leaves her, she’ll start trying to reach him in dreams. And wouldn’t it be fun if she’s a bit obsessive?
The next day Kassandra’s parents lock her up. (Her parents are King Priam and Queen Hecuba. This means she’s a sister of Paris.) She’s kept away from the people, in a tower atop one of the hills of gog magog.
Calvin can learn a lot by spending time with her. If Calvin stays with Kassandra: (include all benefits of earlier ones)
Language (ProtoCeltic): Novice, based on Mind
Clairvoyance: +1 clock
Anthropology: +1 clock
Locality Knowledge (Trojan War): Novice, based on Mind
Occult (Celtic): Novice, based on Mind
Language (ProtoCeltic): +2 clocks
Clairvoyance, +1 clock more
Anthropology: +3 clocks more
Locality Knowledge (Trojan War): +1 clock more
Occult (Celtic): +2 clocks
Dreaming: Novice, based on Quick
Language (ProtoCeltic): +9 clocks more
Clairvoyance, +3 clocks more
History (Bronze Age) : Novice, based on Mind
Anthropology: +8 clocks more
Locality Knowledge (Trojan War): +9 clocks more
Occult (Celtic): +10 clocks more
Dreaming: +3 clocks
per year thereafter (8 more years at maximum):
Language (ProtoCeltic): +12 clocks more
Clairvoyance, +5 clocks more
Locality Knowledge (Trojan War): +12 clocks more
Dreaming: +4 clocks more
Occult (Celtic): +6 clocks more
Kassandra refused the amorous advances of Apollo, and was cursed by him. His snakes licked her ears, which made her able to hear the future on the wind. But the curse made it such that no one will ever believe her.
Even I don't know what that last paragraph meant in the context of Continuum.