For Democracy! is a recurring Helix Rift Event in Assassin's Creed: Rebellion that originally lasted from December 28, 2018–January 7, 2019. It comprises of ten missions set during the Peloponnesian War and follows a band of mercenaries as they fight for the Athenians.
Successful mission synchronization gives players Data Nodes which unlock various reward tiers based on the total Nodes collected, with the top tier granting players the ability to play Kassandra and Alexios in future missions; a number of Ritualistic Xiphoi, Myrmidon Spears, and accessories scaled to one's Brotherhood level; and Codex. Players can earn extra Nodes if they use one or more preset Sync Bonus Heroes.
Greece, 431 BCE
In 431 BCE, the culturally-progressive Athenians faced a powerful foe in what became known as the Peloponnesian War.
The Athenians, living off their past successes, were the face of the New World. Yet representing the Old World were the Spartans—a highly militaristic and rigid empire that had established themselves as a dangerous and unstoppable force. The Spartans were determined to use their might and ferocity to take Athens for themselves.
Each side allied itself with other Greek city-states for strength and protection. The balance of power frequently shifted between the Athenian-led Delian League and the Spartan-led Peloponnesian League.
Amidst this raging conflict, mercenaries such as Alexios or Kassandra thrived. While the details of their history remain unclear, we know from their fragmented genetic memories that they took part in the war, supporting one side of the other based on their convictions, circumstances, or simply necessities.
To leaders and politicians, they were viewed as chess pieces. To the people, the inspired both freedom and fear. But for any true warrior, the embodied the archetypal Greek Hero!
With the power of the Animus simulation, it is now your turn to experience the epitome of such mercenary lives...
Chapter 1 – Arkadia
Chapter 2 – Argolis
Chapter 3 – Korinthia
Chapter 4 – Megaris
Chapter 5 – Boeotia