The crew is sleeping aboard ship when Anwar wakes up from a nightmare. Gunnar complains that he was talking in his sleep again and to go back to his cabin. As Anwar staggers to his cabin, explaining that it's a special day, Gunnar dozes off. On deck, Sinbad is standing watch and Anwar tells him that he had a nightmare. When Sinbad asks if he's having nightmares about Rina, Anwar admits that the story Rina told about him saving her life might have contained a few exaggerations. Sinbad tells his friend that he doesn't have bad dreams and Anwar starts to talk about Basra, but Sinbad spots an island ahead with wrecks upon the shore. He figures that it's the treasure they've been looking for...Read the full recap
Gunnar: You were talking again. In your sleep. If you're going to talk, get back to your cabin.
Anwar: I've just... been a bit consumed with thoughts lately.
Gunnar: Yes, well, go consume elsewhere.
Anwar: Remind me again why a shipwreck has been what we've been looking for.
Sinbad: Because wrecks have secrets onboard.
Anwar: Secrets are a good thing?
Sinbad: Ha. I think it would do us all some good to have a bit of excitement.
Anwar: Is it just me, or does anyone find this a little bit morbid?
Gunnar: It's not the first shipwreck, then. No sign of our fortune yet. You see, far easier to scavenge off a fresh ship.
Anwar: You really are incredibly compassionate, did you know that?
Gunnar: Heh. Compassion is overrated.
Rina: You don't look like a god.
Kuji: How do you expect a god to look? White hair, big beard? Gods can take any shape and beards can be horribly scratchy. I decided I'd prefer to be pretty.
Kuji: Ummm. This food is good. What is it?
Sinbad: What happened to the troops?
Anwar: Scared them off. Turns out I'm stronger than you think. Stronger than I think.