|“||I thank you, whoever you are. You will be saved. I promise it.||”|
Background[edit | edit source]
Surya was part of a rebellion against British colonial rule in India. He was captured and was held by Captain Chamlers in Pangsau Pass. Manussiha finds his cause worthy and wishes to free him.
Role[edit | edit source]
Upon arriving in Pangsau Pass, Phileas Fogg and Passepartout must decide whether to save Surya or side with the British and leave Surya to his fate. They can delay slightly, but Passepartout will be horrified to hear screams from afar as Surya is tortured for information.
If they choose to act, Passepartout can successfully save Surya by starting a fire and rushing into the room Surya is held in to free him while Chamlers goes to investigate. The fire will spread and the British will attempt to stop it, mistakenly believing Surya is still captive as he escapes. The group travel on a Garuda together in Beijing, where Surya plans to find his allies to recuperate and then return to his cause in India.
Passepartout can also decide against saving Surya out of fear, leaving him to be tortured and then executed by Chalmers. He can also attempt to intervene by throwing an active grenade into the room he is being held him, killing him but sparing him of torture. Manussiha regards both these outcomes as failures and will be appropriately disappointed in Passepartout.