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The Daughters of Artemis favored hunting camps set deep in the woods or near places sacred to Artemis.
The emblem of the Daughters of Artemis was a stylized figure of a woman drawing a bow, presumably a depiction of Artemis. They wore furs and animal skins, and had often painted red markings on their skin.
They had three distinct roles:
- Pathfinder, who was accompanied by a wolf
- Beastmaster, who was accompanied by a bear
In 431 BCE Daphnae, the leader of the Daughters at the time, tasked the Spartan misthios Kassandra to hunt several legendary creatures found across Greece. Daphnae later revealed that this process was to select a new candidate to lead the Daughters of Artemis; it would culminate in the challenger and the ruling leader fighting to the death. The winner would be the leader of the Daughters, until another challenger arose.
- In The Art of Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, the Daughters are referred to as the "Huntresses of Artemis."