Within this simulation, Hermes guided Kassandra in her efforts to strengthen her connection with the Staff of Hermes Trismegistus–which she had inherited from her birth father, Pythagoras–whilst supporting the reign of Persephone, for whom Hermes held great affection.
Hermes seemed to be deeply in love with Persephone, unable to identify his own ruthless nature and always trying to keep his word. Being under Persephone's thrall made Hermes cruel, perfectionist, misanthropic, paranoid, ruthless, and tyrannical. Like the other Isu, he despised humans, considering them weak beings who should be governed, especially Adonis, who abhorred his own relationship with Aphrodite and for being the leader of the rebellion. However at the beginning Hermes pretended to get along with Kassandra since she was carrying his staff.
5th century BCE
During the late 5th century BCE, statues of Hermes were used all over the Peloponnese and the Greek islands as message boards on which bounties, contracts and other miscellanea were posted. Hermes was also worshipped on the island of Kephallonia, where a statue in his likeness stood inside the Drogarati Cave. In addition, the a staff called Hermes' Kerukeion ended up in the possession of the Spartan misthios Kassandra during the Peloponnesian War.
1st century BCE
During the 1st century BCE in Egypt, the citizens of Hermopolis replaced Thoth with Hermes in the Temple of Thoth. Berenike, the Nomarch of the Faiyum Oasis wrote a commendation to the temple, extending her thanks for embracing Hermes and promising they would be well compensated.
- Hermes is regarded as one of the Twelve Gods, the major deities of the Greek pantheon.
- In both Greek and Egyptian mythology, Hermes Trismegistus was a result of the fusion between the Greek god Hermes and the Egyptian god Thoth.
- Assassin's Creed: Project Legacy (first appearance)
- Assassin's Creed: Origins (mentioned only)
- Assassin's Creed: Odyssey (statue only)
- The Fate of Atlantis: Fields of Elysium (simulation only)