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Disambig This article is about the journal from Dishonored 2. For the journal from the first game, see Dr. Galvani's Journal (Dishonored).
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Dr. Galvani's Journal is found in his apartment in the Tower District of Dunwall.

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This first entry is found in his apartment during the mission "A Long Day in Dunwall":

2nd Day, Month of Earth, 1852


I've lived in Dunwall most of my life, surviving even the dreaded Rat Plague fifteen years ago. I remember people fighting and killing each other for a half empty elixir flask. I dealt with house-breakers repeatedly back then, and ultimately decided to sell my house at Clavering in favor of a more secure location.

Surely, I won't be distrubed anymore, living so close to Dunwall Tower itself. On some days, I've even seen the Empress riding by in a carriage. Once already, I thought I spied the Royal Protector on a nearby rooftop, watching a street altercation below. So I feel safer now. I have less space here, but should still be able to conduct my experiments without fearing the loss of any expensive lab equipment or the funding my work so dearly depends on.


This second entry is found during the mission "Death to the Empress", if you robbed his safe on your first visit:

24th Day, Month of Earth, 1852


In the middle of the Coup against our fair Empress Emily, whom I’ve supported since her mother’s time, I was robbed again! Some miscreant took advantage of the chaos and broke into my new apartment. I give up, this city is cursed. I’m leaving forever. I’ve sold everything and I’m off to Tyvia.

If you come back again, you scoundrel, enjoy your visit to my home. There’s nothing left to steal! Maybe you can roll yourself up in my carpets and lick the dust from the furniture, since you seem to have such an obsession with me!


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