Reluctant at first, she was forced to cooperate when the bespectacled Gestapo agent Arnold Toht arrived to demand the piece himself.
During the subsequent fight, the tavern caught fire.
For a time, she also worked as the public relations officer for the museum at Marshall College.
However, a week before their planned wedding Indy left her without explanation and not knowing she was pregnant with their future son Henry "Mutt" Jones III.
During the adventure, she and Jones again realized their love for each other.
Back home, they were married, set to continue their adventures together.
Marion entered into a relationship with Indiana Jones during this time (when she was 15, according to the novelization of Raiders of the Lost Ark).
Jones abruptly left the Ravenwoods in 1926; Marion was about 16 or 17 years old when the relationship finished, and Jones was 27, ten years her senior. " Jones showed little remorse, and simply replied "You knew what you were doing." After Jones broke off contact with them both, he returned to the United States to focus on his career as an archaeology professor, and Marion and her father settled in Nepal.
Marion told Jones that, until he compensated her for her savings, destroyed in the fire, she was his partner.
She was then captured by the Nazis, with Jones believing she was dead.
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