Drako: You haven’t been seen much since Victoria’s story. Just a few times here and there. Where have you two been?
Andreas: I'm general in my father’s army. My job was to gather and organize. There were a lot of battles against Typhon. I led the charge.
Kazarian: I’m Ares’ right hand god. I go where he tells me.
Drako: So, you haven’t seen much of each other?
Andreas: Not as much as I’d like, which is why Ares will have my boot print on his face shortly.
Kazarian: That’s a bit harsh. The war’s over so we have our time now.
Andreas: Don’t care.
Drako: What’s next now that the war is over?
Andreas: Enjoying retirement again. There’ll be lots of videogames in my future.
Kazarian: And spending time with me.
Andreas: Yeah, when Ares isn’t being a dick.
Kazarian: Takes one to know one.
Drako: There’s a rumor that you may get another book. Any truth to that?
Andreas: There’s always more to the story. I’d say it’s likely.
Kazarian: Highly likely.
Drako: Any hints for the readers?
Andreas: I’ll be apologizing a lot.
Kazarian: Damn right you will.
Drako: Sounds like trouble in paradise.
Andreas: That’s an understatement. I’ve been around a long time. I’ve done my fair share of dirt. It always comes back on me one way or another.
Kazarian: There’s always a threat around the corner. No more godly wars, but there are other problems.
Andreas: I think there are other stories to be told before ours though.
Kazarian: Now, we’d better go enjoy some time to ourselves while I don’t have a desire to rip his head off.