There's no absolutely 'right' decision here, and no choice that results in a dramatically better reward for you, but consider this: if you save the baby, Chrysis will escape, but you'll have another chance to get even with her - she's one of the Worshippers of the Bloodline, so you'll naturally have to track her down again and take her out as part of that quest. Tasked with learning to control the power of the Staff of Hermes Trismegistus, the Eagle Bearer not only has to wield their new power, but make it out of Elysium in one piece. The callback to the first cutscene of the game makes amends for this though. Rather than losing themselves in completing , a bit of care is needed during the core plot. The post appeared first on. Most of this post will be spoiler-free, but there will be spoilers in the latter section. To get that you'll have to make the right choices throughout the game.
Episode 7 When given the choice, convince Nikolaos to intervene when you meet Stentor. While your choice of who you play as has minimal consequence, both are mercenaries that can change the fate of the Ancient Greek world with their decisions. Finally, in Chapter 9, the player must refuse to fight Deimos. During a conversation with Nikolaos, he must be convinced to intervene with Stentor, his adopted son, during the quest The Last Fight of Aristaios. However, killing the Blacksmith will reveal some interesting information about the Goddess Aphrodite.
Here, the player can kill Nikolaos for his part in nearly murdering the hero as a child, or spare his life. One major set of branching quests are of course the , as you can choose to pursue or ignore as many of those as you like. Your odyssey is at an end, and in the best possible way. Killing or saving Aspasia afterwards makes no difference, your actions have spawned what will become the Templars. If you do not make the right choices at these points, chances are that you will not be able to get the happy ending of the game.
This is Kassandra or Alexios' way to finish what they started, the creation of the beginnings of the Templar Order. In this ending, Deimos will join either Alexios or Kassandra and Myrrine. You can have up to 10 different save files and we encourage you to take advantage of them. If you do, and have followed the other steps, this should mean that everyone is left alive at the end of the story. If he says this, you know you've made a big impact on him and helped your chances of getting a 'Happy' ending. Depending on the choices you make, Kassandra or Alexios may or may not be able to convince him to leave the Cult.
You can explore different dialogue options and story branches. Throughout the course of this journey you'll confront your step brother, your father, your actual brother, your mother and uh, your real dad. This dialogue is very easy to miss since it's so subtle, but choosing this option will ensure you stay on the path to the 'Best' ending. Another choice will happen later in the same chapter. You will earn some drachmae and a pair of Lightweight Isu Treads.
One such point is during a side quest as whether to allow a priest to murder an entire family in cold blood. As confirmed in , the universe is going to end, unless Layla can fix it. He'll charge you with a mission to kill four Boeotian champions in order to weaken the Athenian army before the coming Conquest Battle. There may be other ways of reaching this response from Deimos, but this was the one that we used. At the very start of Chapter Eight, you'll be in a prison cell and Deimos will come to interrogate you. Have another Drink quest This quest has a big impact on how the ending plays out.
Assassin's Creed Odyssey is really taking this whole role playing game thing seriously. She explains to you that she has been cleaning up the Cult, using you as a tool to weed out the bad and corruption of a group who want to rule and create a successful society from a position of absolute power. Forgive your father he threw you off a cliff as child and your brother he's the prodigy of a war-mongering cult and maybe make peace with your step brother a blind Spartan nationalist hell bent on killing you at nearly every opportunity. Here, you must choose whether the old man can keep the horse, whether to get rid of it for Persephone, or give it to Adonis. Each artefact you feed in to the giant stone mechanisms will earn you a message. They will determine the ending of the game.
Beyond that, specific quests have choices that often impact their rewards, or if nothing else act as a handy test of your moral fiber. While this could just mean the choice of handing over the staff in the future, it would be interesting to imagine a sequel in which you play as a version of Kassandra or Alexios further down the line. The next few options revolve around Nikolaos again, in Chapter 7. But, if Alexios could help the silver tongue, her influence might strengthen the rebellion. What does Layla meeting your Misthios mean? This will lead you to the mission The Final Push in Chapter Two, where you will engage in your first Conquest Battle. Whether it be the seemingly endless side quests you'll find peppered across the bountiful landscapes, the various bounties to take on, or mercenaries to track down and create your own stories around, there is no shortage of things to do. You get the choice of whether to kill him where he stands or let him go.
Bring him to Persephone alive and the quest will end kind of neutrally. He must remain alive at the end of this mission. The game itself seems to want to push players towards an attempt to repair broken bonds. Odyssey is a tale of family. This sets you up for the ending you want. First, if both Deimos and Myrinne are killed, will be left alone on Mount Taygetos. I know that many players still may not have reached the end over the course of this past weekend, but this article will be here when you do.
You'll be fighting alongside the Spartans against the Athenians, so you'll need to kill enough soldiers to deplete the blue bar on-screen focusing on captains will speed this process up considerably. To be on the save side, we chose the Aphrodite option. Compared to some games the branches are rather simple, so there's only five Assassin's Creed Odyssey choices that'll impact the ending. However, the game also manages to use these Greek elements in heavier and darker ways in the story as well. However, it's worth bearing in mind that those other threads of the story - those for the Cult of Kosmos and those that tie into the First Civilization of Assassin's Creed lore - are also woven together here. Most decisions in the game have no bearing on the overall plot, but there are a few pivotal choices to make.