After placing the shell into the top compartment, Sia burns his arm off to the bone. As he lay dying, he asks for Lim. Meanwhile, Nichols disposes of the mutineers' bodies and pulls the stunned mermaids onto the lifeboats.
Things of interest
- The identity of passenger Bun-Lan Lim can be deduced as Sia addresses her by her last name in the English translation and as 小姐 (Miss) in Hokkien. She is the only person with that last name and also the only woman in the scene.
- Second mate Edward Nichols is pulling the third stunned mermaid onto the lifeboat. All three will be taken to the lazarette in chapter V.
- Another shell can be seen below the bench of one of the lifeboats. It remains visible for the next part.
This memory is accessible through Sia's corpse on the main deck by the main mast.
The diorama takes place out on the open sea, where only two rowboats and their passengers are seen. The Obra Dinn is nowhere in sight.
Aside from It-Beng Sia, only Edward Nichols and Bun-Lan Lim's corpse are present. Two shells, the chest, and three stunned mermaids are also present.
- [It-Beng Sia] X "小姐？...小姐？| Are you there? Miss Lim?"