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This is a page containing all quotes from Jonathan Webber.

Memories[]

This is for all Jonathan voiced lines that are placed in the past during Amnesia: Rebirth, i.e. flashbacks.

The Desert Path[]

Outpost gate[]

Jonathan
« It's not the friendliest of places... »
Sterling
« Count your lucky stars, old chap! We could have come down in the middle of nowhere. »
Hank
« Don't worry, Jonathan. Supplies, water, a map - there'll be something, even if there's no-one home. »
Leon
« Locals will have gutted the place. Bet you. »
Jonathan expressing his apprehensions about the abandoned Fort.

The Fortress Courtyard[]

Fortress[]

Jonathan
« Crikey, look at the size of this place! »
Jonathan being astounded at the scale of the Fort.

The Fortress (level)[]

Webb is taken[]

Jonathan
« Look at this lot! There's bound to be something useful! »
Richard
« Oh, can't we just get out of here? This place gives me the creeps. »
Sterling
« They're dead and gone. Can't hurt you now. »
Unknown
[snarling]
Hank
« Aaaah! Jesus! »
« Jonathan - look out! »
Jonathan
[pained screaming]
Hank
« The door, get to the door! Everyone! »
Sterling
« What do we... what do we do- »
Tasi
« Move! »
Hank
« The keys! Lock the damn door! »
Jonathan being fatally surprised by a Ghoul in the Fortress.

Documents[]

This is for all Jonathan lines in writing from Amnesia: Rebirth, i.e. from notes and such.

The Cassandra[]

Postcard[]

Jonathan
Dearest Susan, dearest Alfie,

The stories don't do this place justice. It is amazing!
You've never seen anywhere as busy as the market in
Algiers. The smells, the flavours, the colours and – oh
– the noise!

I may have picked you both up a little something. You
never know your luck!

All my love, always
Dad
Pre-crash Jonathan cheerily writing of his travels to his children on an (unposted) Algerian postcard.

The Caves[]

Webber's Goodbye[]

Jonathan
My darling Amanda,

By now you'll know about the crash, and you'll know that our situation is a bit
sticky. We're off for a walk through the desert, to see if we can find a radio or a
village or some other sort of help. Everyone's putting a brave face on it, but
no-one really knows what's going to happen.

So maybe this is it, maybe this is the last you'll hear. If it is – I'm sorry, my
love. I suppose it's my fault for wanting a big adventure. I should have stayed
home after all.

Please tell them both that I love them. Tell Susan that she's the best girl in
the world, and tell Alfie to look after his sister.

Now I'm sitting here with tears in my eyes and my hands are trembling and I
just don't know what to write. I don't know how to say goodbye. I can't believe
this is goodbye. I love you my darling girl. I know in my heart we'll see each
other again. Even if it's not in this life.

Your Jonathan
Jonathan writing a mournful goodbye letter to his wife post-crash, in the event of a worst-case outcome.

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