A Quote from Amnesia: The Dark Descent
Daniel's diary, 17 May 1839
The faint glow escaped my fingers and began to spark brightly and spirit me away. Unlocking alien memories of spiralling towers, endless deserts, and impossible geometry.
More quotes from Amnesia: The Dark Descent
Centuries have passed in vain and I begin to wonder if I will ever be able to see my love again. How much longer can I sustain my life?
I know this. I've been here already. I know this taste – the taste of Damascus Rose obfuscating the truth in a dim haze. They may sweep the traces from my memory, but my body remembers. These cuts speak volumes, even though my mind remains silent.
They will be back. Oh, they will be back.
The inner sanctum – my most precious chamber, Daniel. And it lies well beyond the refinery. In fact... it lies beneath the very stone of Brennenburg.
I wish I could ask you how much you remember. I don't know if there will be anything left after I consume this drink.
Don't be afraid Daniel. I can't tell you why, but know this: I choose to forget. Try to find comfort and strength in that fact. There is a purpose. You are my final effort to put things right.