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Around 422 BCE, while attending a meeting with the Cult of Kosmos at the Palace of Aphareus, Dimokrates questioned the alliance between the Cult and the Order that had dated back to the era of Xerxes I of Persia. He denounced the Cult's perpetuation of the Peloponnesian War for personal profit and criticized them for allowing the misthios Kassandra to eliminate them one by one, determining that the Cult's support in the region was not worth what the Order was paying for it. Ultimately, he used the meeting to place the Cult on notice, that it had one final chance chance to prove its worth. After the meeting, he was eliminated by Kassandra, who had traveled to Messenia to reclaim her kidnapped son Elpidios.