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This article is about eagle companion of Kassandra. For other uses, see Ikaros.
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Ikaros was a male Golden eagle companion of the Spartan misthios Kassandra.

Described as an "old friend", Ikaros was tasked by Kassandra's birth-father, Pythagoras, to keep an eye on his daughter.[1]


  • Ikaros functions identically to Senu from Assassin's Creed: Origins.[1]
  • Ikaros may be named after Ikaros, who flew too close to the sun and fell to his death in Greek mythology.
  • According to numerous individuals, Ikaros is the "eagle of Zeus", giving Kassandra her epithet of 'Eagle Bearer'.
  • The life expectancy of a Golden Eagle is 30 years, if Ikaros had been watching over Kassandra since she was born, he would be nearing the end of his life by 422 BCE.
    • By the time of the modern day, when Kassandra meets Layla in Atlantis, she mentions that Ikaros has long since passed away.
  • In the novel Ikaros is found as a hatchling by Kassandra at the foot of Mount Taygetos when she comes to after being thrown from the top of it.
  • In a loadscreen blurb it's mentioned how Ikaros had been a "part of (Kassandra's) family ever since Sparta."




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