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Prince of Persia was a virtual representation of one of Kassandra's genetic memories, relived by Layla Hassan through the Portable Animus HR-8.5.

Description

Kassandra met a blind Persian man near the Temple of Apollo and agreed to be his eyes as she traveled around the world for landmarks

Dialogue

  • 'Artaxerxes: Spare some drachmae?

Kassandra spoke to an old man near the Temple of Apollo.

  • Artaxerxes: You there. You have a kind soul. Help an old man buy this next meal?

  • Kassandra: Your... soul also seems kind.
  • Artaxerxes: I am grateful and humbled, stranger. Tell me, what do they call you?

  • Kassandra: If you knew the things I've done, you wouldn't be so quick to call me kind.
  • Artaxerxes: Nonsense. Your soul is greater than the sum of your actions, stranger... Tell me, what do they call you?

  • Kassandra: You need it more than me. Here, take it.
  • Artaxerxes: A generous gift. Thank you. What do they call you, stranger?

  • Kassandra: You and I have something in common. Neither of us has any drachmae.
  • Artaxerxes: Your company is gift enough, but... I don't know your name. Who do they call you?

  • Kassandra: I'm Kassandra. And you?

  • Kassandra: Depends on who's asking... But my name is Kassandra. And you are?

  • Kassandra: I'm the Messenger of Zeus. But you can call me Kassandra. And you are?

  • Artaxerxes: Just a simple beggar. I sailed from Persia to see the beauty of the Greek world.
  • Kassandra: I can do many things, Persian, but I can't restore sight.
  • Artaxerxes: Nor would I want you to. My blindness is a burden that the gods have given me to carry, and I will.
  • Kassandra: Then what?
  • Artaxerxes: Be my eyes. When I was a boy, an Athenian told me the most beautiful of your lands. I would love to hear them again. Would you go to see the places I never was able to, and return to tell me the tale of your adventures?
  • Kassandra: I'm not much of a storyteller, but I will be your eyes.
  • Artaxerxes: I know I sensed kindess in you. You've made this old Persian happy again.
  • Kassandra: Don't thank me yet. What places do you wish you could have seen?
  • Artaxerxes: Ah, my favourite tales were always of the Akrokorinth, the statues of Zeus and Athena, the perch of the armored bird in Arkadia, and of course, the mysterious Mount Taygetos.

(If players choose "Where is the Statue of Zeus?")

  • Kassandra: So, tell me what you know about the Statue of Zeus.
  • Artaxerxes: "Its great bolt stood ready to punish the Kephallonias below," or so I was told.

(If players choose "Where is the Statue of Athena?")

  • Kassandra: There are many statues to Athena. Which one do you mean?
  • Artaxerxes: In my mind, there is only one. Her story always began, "As we're rounded the hilltops, we could see Athens bustling below us, and Athena above, matching our gaze.

(If players choose "Where is the Akrokorinth?")

  • Kassandra: The Akrokorinth... Don't tell me, it's in Korinthia.
  • Artaxerxes: Smart guess. It is the most renowned temple to Aphrodite, your goddess of all life's most pleasurable trivialities.

(If players choose "Where is Mount Taygetos?")

  • Kassandra: You did say Mount Taygetos, didn't you?
  • Artaxerxes: You sound like you know that place... I have heard tales of its appetites. They say the mountain feeds on the suffering of Spartans, so the people there offer their own children to the mountain god for sacrifice.
  • Kassandra: That... that's not exactly right.

(If players choose "Where is the armored bird?")

  • Kassandra: What do you remember about this armored bird in Arkadia?
  • Artaxerxes: There's a beast made of armor jutting out from the mountainside, overlooking Lake Stymphalos and the undulating fields stretching like waves on a golden sea all across Akradia.

(If players choose "I'll be back soon?")

  • Kassandra: I'll be back with stories to tell.
  • Artaxerxes: As soon as you've seen one location, please return.

Kassandra visited the Lightning Zeus in Kephallonia. After exploring the statue, she recovered a papyrus.

Kassandra atop the statue of Zeus

  • Kassandra: This papyrus is so old... Could this be writing by Themistokles?
  • Themistokles on Kephallonia:
    Zeus's mighty figure stood aloft, its great bolt ready to punish the Kephallonians below. This is how the Kephallonians were destined to live—under the shadow of a god always watching and ready to judge.

Kassandra atop the statue of Athena

Next, Kassandra visited the Statue of Athena on the Akropolis Sanctuary, finding another papyrus.

  • Kassandra: A papyrus. Says it was written by Themistokles, the Athenian general.
  • Themistokles on Athens:
    As we rounded the hilltops, we could see Athens bustling below us and Athena above, matching our gaze. There, she eternally mourned our suffering with dignity and grace.

Kassandra then visited the Temple of Aphrodite at the Akrokorinth, recovering another papyrus.

  • Kassandra: A note... written by Themistokles. Who knew the great general was also a poet?
  • Themistokles on the Akrokorinth:
    No people on this earth were more dedicated to worship than the followers of Aphrodite. No matter the time, the men were worshipping with the women, and the women with the men, only stopping to sleep or drink.

After visiting all the landmarks, Kassandra returned to Artaxerxes. (If players choose "I saw the Statue of Zeus.")

  • Kassandra: I've seen Kephallonia from the Statue of Zeus.
  • Artaxerxes: Tell me, is it still a place of great beauty?

  • Kassandra: Its people are the happiest in all the Greek world. They sing and dance into the night, with full bellies and full hearts.
  • Artaxerxes: That... isn't how it was described to me at all. The tales go that its lands are among the world's most beautiful, and its people among the most pitiful.

  • Kassandra: Yes, the island is beautiful. From the Statue of Zeus, you can see the sea hitting the white beaches and mountains covered in green. But its people suffer because of the war.
  • Artaxerxes: Ah, just how it was described to me. The gods simultaneously bless the land and curse the people. Even for gods, your gods are cruel, misthios.

  • Kassandra: OK, I've told you what I remember. Now tell me about yourself. What's a Persian doing here?
  • Artaxerxes: Persia and the Greek world are doomed to be opposites—in times of prosperity here, Persians always seem to suffer. And when you are at war with yourselves—
  • Kassandra: Persians know peace?
  • Artaxerxes: Indeed. My people prospered after King Xerxes was murdered. All except for me. A man tried to kill me with poison, which is how I lost my sight. I fled and arrived here.

  • Kassandra: I find it hard to believe anyone would want you dead.
  • Artaxerxes: You're very kind. Tell me another tale, then I'll tell you more of my past.

  • Kassandra: So, there's a price on your head? Now I'm interested.
  • Artaxerxes: There was, though there isn't anymore. Now then, tell me another tale, and I'll tell you more of my past.

(If players choose "I saw the Statue of Athena.")

  • Kassandra: You'll be glad to know I've been to the Statue of Athena at the Akropolis.
  • Artaxerxes: Ah, if only I could have been there to feel her prescence. Would you... describe her to me?

  • Kassandra: If Athens is a city of statues, then Athena is their guardian. She stands high above everything, on guard over the city.
  • Artaxerxes: Yes! Not just standing tall to protect Athens, but to serve as a reminder of the suffering those poor people endured during the invasion.

  • Kassandra: Oh, it's even better than you can imagine. Made if oure gold. Chip one toe off her, and you'd have enough drachmae to eat for the rest of your life.
  • Artaxerxes: Gold? No, it can't be. I was always told she was bronze, and stood guard over the city of Athens. Mourning the past and protecting the future...

  • Kassandra: Your turn to tell me something. You said a man tried to kill you.
  • Artaxerxes: The man who rose up to kill the tyrant Xerxes was named Darius... He was of a new creed of killers, unlike any Persia had known. He was also the man hired to kill me.
  • Kassandra: A killer of kings, hired to kill a simple blind man? Why?
  • Artaxerxes: I have your interest, do I? Tell another tale, and I will, too.

(If players choose "I saw the Akrokorinth.")

  • Kassandra: I traveled to the Akrokorinth. From there I could see al of Korinthia.
  • Artaxerxes: Ah! I can only wonder at what the worshippers of Aphrodite do to pay her tribute.

  • Kassandra: The hetaerae keep the spirit of Aphrodite alive... Usually well into the night.
  • Artaxerxes: Exactly as your goddess deserves! When I was younger, I'd lie awake dreaming of what it would be like to go... worship, of course.

  • Kassandra: It's quiet, mostly. People praying, offering sacrifice. You know, typical sanctuary stuff.
  • Artaxerxes: A temple to Aphrodite... quiet? Impossible! Have you ever been to the temple?

  • Kassandra: Now that's out of the way, you owe me a tale. You said the king killer, Darius, was hired to kill you, too.
  • Artaxerxes: He was. By my brother.
  • Kassandra: Your brother! None of this is making any sense, old man.
  • Artaxerxes: I trust you, so I will tell you. My brother and I are the last living sons of King Xerxes.
  • Kassandra: Impossible. That would make you king.
  • Artaxerxes: I was. My name was Artaxerxes. I guided Persia through a time of peace. But my brother wanted the throne and plotted my death. Now, I hide here, exiled, living the life of a simple beggar. I will tell you more, but first—
  • Kassandra: Yes, yes. A tale for a tale.

(If players choose "I saw Mount Taygetos.")

  • Kassandra: I returned to Mount Taygetos.
  • Artaxerxes: Returned? Tell me, did you meet the mountain god who devours Spartan children?

  • Kassandra: The mountain is just a mountain like any other—what makes Taygetos a place of suffering is the people there.
  • Artaxerxes: That is true of all thw world's worst places. When I was a child...
    I could tell from the moment I met you that you carried the burden of suffering. Let it stay in the past.

  • Kassandra: Your story was true—there is a snow god on Mount Taygetos that lives to eat the children of Sparta. It destroys families for fun. I saw it.
  • Artaxerxes: That was a Persian myth, and a disgusting one—I had always hoped to heare the tale of the true Taygetos from someone who'd seen it firsthand.

  • Kassandra: Now you tell me, "King" Artaxerxes—how can I believe your story? You don't exactly look like royalty.
  • Artaxerxes: Well, that's the point. I am hiding.
  • Kassandra: Show me proof.
  • Artaxerxes: I could. You see, I knew a man named Themistokles.
  • Kassandra: The Athenian general. I heard stories about him being ostracized from Athens.
  • Artaxerxes: Over petty politics. He came to Persia, to me, looking for refuge. I was king, but only a boy. He spent his days learning Persian and telling me stories of his home. Places like that Akrokorinth, Mount Taygetos...
  • Kassandra: The palaces you wished you could see.
  • Artaxerxes: I loved the tales, and loved Themistokles like a father. He was kinder to me than Xerxes ever was. Tell me one last tale, and I'll tell you where he hid his treasure.

(If players choose "I saw the armored bird.")

  • Kassandra: If you'd like to hear about the bird, I could describe it to you.
  • Artaxerxes: Nothing would make me happier.

  • Kassandra: The great bird with metal feathers attacked me. I fought it off with my bare hands.
  • Artaxerxes: You did? So, you fought it just like Herakles? I'd heard the statue was built to guard a place of chaos and calm.

  • Kassandra: It's a majestic statue, built from the blades of fallen soldiers. It is so high above Stymphalos and the golden fields below... Up there I could forget there was a war.
  • Artaxerxes: So, it is as it was told to me. The bird commemorates Herakles' fight against chaos, built on a place of calm. Hopefully one draws out the best in the other.

  • Kassandra: So, I've been to the five places Themistokles told you in his tales.
  • Artaxerxes: For that, my soul will be eternally grateful. As for my tale, Themistokles died peacefull in Persia, as one of us. I promised him I'd see the places he'd told me about. His stories will live on in me, and now you.
  • Kassandra: And what of your story?
  • Artaxerxes: I let the people believe Darius succeeded in killing me so I could escape.
  • Kassandra: Artaxerxes... There's something else you should know.
  • Artaxerxes: Yes?

  • Kassandra: My grandfather was Leonidas of Sparta.
  • Artaxerxes: That means...
  • Kassandra: Your father, King Xerxes, killed my grandfather.
  • Artaxerxes: Then you're bounded by blood to avenge him.

  • Kassandra: On second though, never mind.

  • Kassandra: Kings, murderers, Athenian generals, adventure... You tell a good tale, old man.
  • Artaxerxes: After all that, you don't believe me?
  • Kassanda: I think you're a great storyteller. It doesn't matter if any of it was true.

Before they could continue the conversation, a Persian soldier interrupted them.

  • Persian Soldier: Artaxerxes! False king. This misthios led me right to you. Time to finish what I started.
  • Artaxerxes: Kassandra, please.

  • Kassandra: Stand behind me.

  • Kassandra: Your father killed my grandfather. Now, I kill you.
  • Persian Soldier: No! He's mine.

Kassandra fought and eliminated the Persian soldier.

  • Kassandra: Artaxerxes. Are you hurt?

(The following dialogue is based on the decision made in the previous choices.)

  • Artaxerxes: Despite being bound by honor to avenge Leonidas, you saved me. Thank you.
  • Kassandra: I had no choice. That man wanted you dead... Must've been another one of your executioners.

  • Artaxerxes: After a life as a Persian king, you get used to people trying to kill you.
[missing dialogue]

  • Artaxerxes: You call me by my name, despite accusing me of being a rambling old man. Now you believe me?
  • Kassandra: I do now. That killer was Persian... Another one of your brother's hired executioners.

  • Artaxerxes: It was. If he doesn't return to Persia, my brother will send another. Then another. It's time this old man accepts his fate.

  • Kassandra: You are a brave man, Artaxerxes.
  • Artaxerxes: A trait I learned from Themistokles. Now, as for you... I owe you payment.

  • Kassandra: Sure, you could give up. Or, you could sail home, kill your brother, and take back your kingdom.
  • Artaxerxes: I spent my entire life undoing my father's work. I won't end my life becoming him. As for you... there is the matter of your payment.

  • Kassandra: Before that, you owe me. I saved your life. And I went on this adventure for you.

  • Artaxerxes: Did you? Athena made from pure gold, meeting a god on Taygetos, and how did you describe the Akrokorinth? "Typical sanctuary stuff?"
  • Kassandra: You said you like stories. So... I gave you stories.
  • Artaxerxes: At least I'm still alive. For that, take this small token.

  • Kassandra: Well, I did save your life. And I went on an adventure for you... your highness.

  • Artaxerxes: You did! And in your retelling, I felt like Themistokles was speaking through you. For your reward, go to the tomb in Salamis where Themistokles hid his treasure. It will be near where he made his triumphant stand against my father's navy.

  • Artaxerxes: You did... Though much of what you said is not how I remember Themistokles telling it.
  • Kassandra: Things change.
  • Artaxerxes: Ah, we are proof of that, aren't we? Now for Themistokles treasure. Find the tomb in Salamis, where he made his triumphant stand against my father's navy. That's where your reward awaits.

Kassandra departed and made her way to the Ruined Sanctuary of Ajax on Salamis.

  • Kassandra: The tomb that Artaxerxes mentioned. It's real.

Kassandra sneaked into the tomb and looted a chest, recovering the treasure.

Outcome

Kassandra Artaxerxes and helped him to visit each landmark documented by Themistokles, eventually learning of the Persian's identity and his past. She was later left to decide the old man's fate.

Trivia

  • Prince of Persia is a video game series developed by Ubisoft which is the spiritual predecessor of Assassin's Creed.[1]
  • Regardless of choosing whether to save or kill Artaxerxes, the dialogue which follows afterwards will remain the same. However, if players allowed the assassin to kill Artaxerxes first, then the memory will complete will right away with no rewards or the location of the treasure given.

Gallery

References

  1. The Making of Assassin's Creed. EDGE. August 27, 2012. Archived from the original on 28 December 2013. Accessed 27 October 2018.
Assassin's Creed: Odyssey memories
Main Quests
Chapter 1
Battle of 300 - So It Begins - Debt Collector - An Eye for an Eye - Fancy Guests - Penelope's Shroud - The Big Break - Learning the Ropes - Equal Employment Opportunity Program
Chapter 2
A Journey into War (The Athenian Leader - Crumble and Burn - One Man Army - The Athenian Treasure Trove - The Missing Map - Portion Control) - The Final Push - The Wolf of Sparta - Onwards to Phokis
Chapter 3
The Wolf's Fate - Consulting a Ghost - The Truth Will Out - Snake in the Grass - The Serpent's Lair - Memories Awoken - (Upgrade the Spear)
Chapter 4
Welcome to Athens (A Venomous Encounter - Escape from Athens - Ostracized) - Perikles's Symposium (Drink Up - Oil and Love)
Chapter 5
Island of Misfortune - First Do No Harm - The Priests of Asklepios (Enough is Enough - Written in Stone - A Heart for a Head) - Speak No Evil - The Doctor Will See You Now - Ashes to Ashes - To Find a Girl - To Help a Girl - Follow That Boat - Port of Lawlessness - Monger Down
Chapter 6
Abandoned By the Gods - And the Streets Run Red - Athens's Last Hope
Chapter 7
A Mother's Prayers - Catching Up - Death and Disorder - Going Down - Quarry Quandary - The Paros Blockade - Unified Front - Home Sweet Home (Bully the Bullies - One Bad Spartan Spoils the Bunch) - Kings of Sparta - Delivering a Champion - The Contender - The Long Game - Pankration - To Kill or Not to Kill - Judge, Jury, Executioner (White Lies and Blackmail - Gluten Free - Breaking Bread - Fourth-Degree Burns) - The Conqueror - The Fall of Deianeira - The Last Fight of Aristaios - The End of Drakon - The Last Hunt of Nesaia - A Bloody Feast - The Battle of Pylos
Chapter 8
Doing Time - The Resistance - A-Musing Tale - Unearthing the Truth - The Knights - We Will Rise
Chapter 9
Where It All Began
Chapter 10
Dinner in Sparta - We Remember - A Fresh Start
Cult of Kosmos
The Delian League - The Eyes of Kosmos - The Gods of the Aegean Sea - The Heroes of the Cult - The Peloponnesian League - The Silver Vein - The Worshippers of the Bloodline
Atlantis
A Family's Legacy - The Gates of Atlantis (A Place of Twists and Turns (Myths and Minotaurs - Of Minotaurs and Men (Blood in the Water - Full Circle - Recollections) - Seeking Answers - He Waits) - Lore of the Sphinx - Awaken the Myth - Stairway to Olympos - (Shadows of Serpents (Romancing the Stone Garden - Love's Long Shadow - A Slithery Plea (Hard to Artemis - Heavy is the Spear - Keys to Happiness?) - Writhing Dead) - Ancient Revelations - Atlantis Destroyed
World Side Quests
Abantis Islands
Once a Slave
Attika
A Growing Sickness - Escort Service
Argolis
Death Comes For Us All
Boeotia
Sibling Revenge - Brewing Love - The Stolen Steed
Greece
Athena, Ares, Me - Besieging Bandits - Cave Crusader - Chain of Possession - Fortress Fallout - Lacerated Leaders - Lost and Found - Property - Stealing From the Poor - Thieving from Athenians - Zealot's Cache
Kephallonia Islands
Hungry Gods - Merciful Gods - In the Footsteps of Gods - Shark the Vagrant - A Fight with Talos - Mercenary Work - Lumbering Along - A Small Odyssey - A Ship Came Sailing
Kythera Island
Idiot Hunt - Purple Pain - Takes Drachmae to Make Drachmae - Place in the Kosmos (All Bonds Will Break - Atoll Order - Pick Your Poison - The Handmaiden's Story) - In a Rush
Lakonia
Training Days - A Legendary Hunt - Brothers in Arms - Not My Mother's Daughter - A Treasury of Legends - Sacred Favors - A Godless Blight - End of the Day
Lokris
Family Values - Confiscated
Messara
Catch and Release - The Lost Arkalochori Axe - Flowers for the Dead - Gortyn Out of Hand - Revenge Served Cold - It's Complicated - Bare It All - Civil Unrest - Say That Again!
Naxos Island
The Writing's on the Wall
Pephka
The Grand Minotour - Bravely Ran Away
Petrified Islands
Chip on Your Shoulder - Hostage Situation - Caged and Enraged - Clothes Make the Daughter - The Elixir - Revenge of the Wolf - Shroud of the Bear - Son of a Fisherman - Waiting for Galarnos - Qamra, Medicine Woman
Phokis
A Pirate's Life - Crewless - Photios's Pre-Tirement - Age is Just a Number - The Daughters of Artemis - Helping a Healer - Sins of the Past - The Unkindest Cut - Fortress Fallout - Lacerated Leaders - Cave Crusader
Pirate Islands
Making Friends - Heart of Stone - Red in the Wreckage - We're Not Thieves - We're Treasure Hunters - A Chest Full of Drachmae - Recruitment Drive
Silver Islands
Trouble in Paradise - Call to Arms - Hades, Meet Podarkes - "M" for Murder - Grin and Bear It - A Night to Remember
Southern Sporades
A Business Opportunity - Dead or Alive - The Con of Cons
Character Side Quests
Agapios
Death and Taxes - The Taxman Cometh - Sharp Tongue - Freedom Isn't Free - Blood and Water - Dagger to the Heart - Wasn't Born the Kingfisher - The Kingfisher and the Robin
Alkibiades
Handle with Care - Designated Rider - Rock Hard - Across the Border - Happily Ever After?
Barnabas
Hull, Yeah! - A Pirate's Life
Daphnae
The Daughters of Artemis - The Goddesses' Hunt - Kallisto the Bear - The Erymanthian Boar - The Hind of Keryneia - The Kretan Bull - The Krokottas Hyena - The Lykaon Wolf - The Nemean Lion - Artemis's Request
Demosthenes
Creating Opportunity - The Wise Warrior - In the Midst of Chaos - Swift as Wind - Last Request - The Final Battle
Drakios
Call to Arms - The Great Contender - Legend No More
Empedokles
A God Among Men - Left to Dye
Eppie
A Life's Dedication - Language of the Ancients - Chasing Phantoms - Origins of a Ritual - The Tribute - Keep the Faith
Eritha
I, Diona - By the Fates
Heitor
A Friend in Need... - Heitor's Gonna Hate
Hippokrates
The Hunting Party - Let My Patients Go - Inheritance Insurance - Too Much of a Good Thing
Kleon
For the People - He Who Stops - The Liberator
Kyra
Kyra with a Cause - Bleeding Hearts and Stolen Money - Goddess of the Hunt
Leiandros
Minotour De Force - The Pre-Trial of Accuracy - The Pre-Trial of Endurance - The Pre-Trial of Strength - Cashing In On the Cow - What Lies Below the Surface - No More Bull
Lykaon
Helping a Healer - Sins of the Past - The Unkindest Cut
Lysander
Ambition - Only Fools Want War - Rise Through the Ranks - The Cost of War - Know Your Enemy - Nemesis
Markos
Old Friends, Old Problems - Farm in Flames - Markos's Fate
Mikkos
Tough Love - Have You Seen My Mikkos? - Doctor's Pet - Indulging Just a Little - School of Hard Knocks - Retribution
Odessa
A Family Ordeal - The True Story
The Olympics
Barnabas Abroad - Throwing the Bet - Gutter Runner - The Drachmae of Romance - Kallipateira
Phidias
The Message, the Stick, and the Artist - Art Leading Life - The Kytheran Statue - The Samian Statue - The Thasian Statue - Pieces of the Puzzle - Journey's End
Phoibe
The Blood Fever
Roxana
Sparring with Roxana - Archery Practice - Foot Race
Skoura
They Just Want Cruelty - Heroes of the Arena
Sokrates
Citizenship Test - Witness Him - Free Speech - On a High Horse - A Life's Worth - The Sokratic Method
Thaletas
The Thaletas Way - Paint the Sand Red - Hearts of War
Xenia
Birds of a Feather (Rumored Feather Location) - Sacred Vows (Rumored Bracelet Location) - She Who Controls the Seas (Rumored Conch Shell Location) - Throw the Dice (Pan's Flute - Apollo's Lyre) - Priceless Treasure
Tombs and Ancient Stelae
Tomb of Alkathous - Tomb of the First Pythia - Artemision Tomb - Mycenaean Tomb of Ajax - Tomb of Eteokles - Pheidon's Tomb - Agamemnon's Tomb - Giant Heroes Burial Ground - Alkaios Tomb - Tomb of Brizo - Tomb of Polybotes - Tomb of the Forgotten Hero - Tomb of the Daughter of Atlas - Waterfall of Styx - Tomb of the First Champion - Destroyed House of Oinomaos - Tomb of Orion - Tomb of Eurypylos - Parmenon Tomb - Abandoned Tomb - Tomb of Orpheus - Stony Sepulchre
Ainigmata Ostraka
Ashes to Ashes - Bottomless Lake - Fatal Attraction - Hound Docked - Record Sunshine - Happy Hour - Pressed for Time - A Finger Tip - A Specific General - Red Scent - Heart and Sole - A Deal for Freedom - Beneath Theseus's Dreams - Elbow Greece - Goat's Gruff - Killer View - Backstage Pass - Odor in the Court - War Eagle - Pride of Place - Smoke Signal - Blue Eyed Beauty - Upon Typhon's Crown - The Floor is Lava - Two of Clubs - An Arm and a Leg - Rock and Roll - Turning Tides - Stone Cold - Procrastinate Now - Stubborn Mule - Needle in a Haystack - Grave Discovery - Estate Envy - Marbled Morale - Till Death Do Us Part - Soldier to Shoulder - Mapping Out - Rightful King - Strange Disease - Sweet Tooth - Hobby Horsing - Farming Coin - Prophecy Prevention - Centaur Field - Bridging the Gap - Pigsty - Fire in the Belly - Stadium Love - Made in Abyss - Tastes like Chicken - Foggy Memory - Procession of Bones - Helios's Greeting - Showboat - Dye Dye Dye - Belly Flop - Hungry for Misadventure - Star-Crossed Lovers - To the Edge of the World
Impact Side Quests
Another Wolf Another Day - Begging for Revenge - Competing Admirers - Dare to Desert - Effects of the Dead - Falling on Deaf Ears - Fight Fire with Fire - Grieving Widow To Be - Honey Eyes - Infantile Revenge - Left for Dead - Positive Change - The Real Killer - Rightfully Mine - Rival Lovers - Sent by Brasidas - There Goes the Neighborhood - Trouble Follows - Wasted Devotion
Timed Side Quests
A Midsummer Nightmare - Always Vengeance - Ares Isn't Known for Forgiveness - Art of War - A Stolen Offering - Bad Romance - The Beggar's Fate - The Branded Runaway - Broken Promises - Catch Her in the Barley - Change Can Be Taxing - The Charlatan's Amulet - The Child Lives - The Con Woman at the Fountain - Cultibility - Curses and Cures - Dances with Witches - The Decorated Dagger - Dirty Deals - Disappearing Act - Discretion and Accessibility - Every Time You Speak I Just Die - False Idols - Family Trinkets - Feed The Abyss - Feverish Deserters - A Foolish Errand - From the Heart - A Full Bladder - Goats and Ghosts - Goddess of the Hunt - The Gods Have Plenty - The Gods Need No Gold - Have Your Cake - Hungry Soldiers - The Hunter Remains - I Heard She's Bad Live - I Need a Hero - Injured on the Job - Keep On Deserting - Knife in the Dark - The Marauders' Lesson - Memorial Murder - Miners' Strike - Mistaken Identity - Morality Issues - More Drachmae More Problems - No Time for Scouts - Not Just Decoration - Olive Wreath - Pilfered Hecatomb - Plagues, Sharks, and Other Good Times - Precious Bridle - Precious Jewels - Protected in Death - Rage of a Spartan - Recovered Relic - The Rent Is Too Cursed High - Save the Forest - Shop Talk - Spoiled Meats - Spy Hunt - Spy vs. Friend - Tainted Sacrifice - Thieves Bandits Bastards - To Die For - Travel Restriction - Tummy Troubles - Under Geared - Witchy Wolfen
Message Board Quests
Bounties
Bounty on an Athenian Leader - Bounty on an Athenian Ship - Bounty on Athenian Ships - Bounty on an Athenian Soldier - Bounty on Athenian Soldiers - Bounty on a Bandit - Bounty on Bandits - Bounty on a Daughter of Artemis - Bounty on a Follower of Ares - Bounty on a Mercenary - Bounty on a Merchant Ship - Bounty on Merchant Ships - Bounty on a Politician - Bounty on a Spartan Leader - Bounty on a Spartan Ship - Bounty on a Spartan Soldier - Bounty on Spartan Soldiers - The Bright One - The Lightning Bringer
Contracts
Ares and the Savages - Arrows of Destruction - Ashes to Ashes - The Athenian Weapon - Athens's Fury - The Bandits of Misfortune - Battlefield Victories - Beating the Hammer - The Belladonna Kiss - Better on Foot, but Dangerous on the Sea - The Big Game - Blades of Justice - Bleeding Blue - Blood Money - Blood Muscles - Blood, Sweat, and Tears - Bloody Beasts - The Bloody Land - Blue Tears on the Sea - Brutal Force - Burn the Black Flag - Burn Their Future - Burned Hopes - Burned Men and Broken Skulls - Burning Booty - The Call of Death - The Call of Democracy - The Call of Nature - Cannibal Annihilation - Champions of Athena - Charged Vengeance - Chests of Glory - Children of Athens - Clear the Land for Athens - Cursed Gold - Cursed Lands - Dangerous Courage - Dangerous Fangs - Daughters of Death - Dead Archers, Healthy Sparta - Dead Scouts for Healthy Sparta - Deadly Precision - Depleting Forces - Depleting Spartan Forces - Destroy the Supplies - Destroying Feasts - Dining in Hell - Dying Sea - Fear of Arrows - The Fear of Arrows - Fire at Will - Flat Muscles - For Spartan Glory - For the Blue Banner - Forced Acquisition - Forced Starvation - Empty the Stocks - Great Cleansing - High Ranks of War - Hitting the Weak - Hoplites of Chaos - Horrors of War - The Illusion of Peace - In flames, It Disappears - Inside Threat - Killing Order Givers - Killing the Blues - Lakonian Vessels - Lawless Hearts - Leading Forces - Little Fists of Rage - Masters of the Sea - Muscles of Power - The Naval Problem - No Future for the Hungry - No More Red - Ocean Threat - Open Season - Out for Blood - Out of Here - Paint the Land Red - Paint the Ocean Blue - Paint the Ocean Red - Plague of Villainy - Poison in the Air - Poisonous Land - Poor Don't Fight - Raging War - Red Fire - Red Grudges - The Red Harvest - The Red Orders - Red Sails, Dead Sailors - A Red Sea - Red Skies - Red-Tainted Gold - Red Tears on the Sea - Remove the Vermin - Rooting Out Spartan Forces - Safeguarding Trade Routes - Savage Requisition - Shadow Forces - Shedding Ares's Blood - Sparta's Wrath - The Spartan Attempt - Spartan Blood - Spartan Fury - Spartan Futility - Spartan Heads - Spartan Heights - Spartan Orders - The Spartan Payback - Surprise Bankruptcy - Spartan Territories - Starve the Enemy - Starving the Beast - Steel and Fire - Supplies Lower than Demand - Target of Choice - Athenian Archers - Target of Choice - Athenian Marksmen - Target of Choice - Athenian Strategoi - Target of Choice - Spartan Brutes - Target of Choice - Spartan Hoplites - Target of Choice - Spartan Strategoi - The Taste of Flesh - The Terror of Ares - To Clear the Ocean - To Hell and Back - Top Source of Problems - Where Feathers Fall - War for the Sea - Watered Down - Waters of Fate - Weakening the Enemy - Weeding Out Athenian Forces - When the Weak Fall - Wilderness at its Best - Wrath of Hephaistos - Wrecking Athenian Forces
Naval
I'd Bet On the Pirates - Of Sharks and Spartans - Party Supplies - Skull and Bones - Up for Grabs
The Lost Tales of Greece
The Show Must Go On
Setting the Stage (A Sophisticated Tipple - Everyman's Drink) - Evening the Odds - The Curse of Fame - The Hedonistic Method - Showtime
A Divine Intervention
Test of Judgment - Test of Character - Test of Faith - Test of Adaptability - Test of Courage
The Image of Faith
The Measure of a Man - Bad Weed - Down From On High - The Wild Hunt - Chicken or Egg - A Matter of Faith
The Daughters of Lalaia
A Gathering Storm - Sharp Lessons - Daughters of Artemis and Daughters of Aphrodite - Learning the Land - The Ore of Aphrodite - The Best Defense - Blood for Aphrodite
A Poet's Legacy
Praxilla's Admirer - Lyre Lyre - Repairing the Lyre - Praxilla's Legacy
A Brother's Seduction
Prodigal Son's Return - Honoring the Dead (Bloody Libation - Dressing up for Charon) - Career Orientation - Wounds of Days Gone By - Moving On
A Friend Worth Dying For
Odyssey Into the Past (Beware the Siren Call - To Be Nobody - Wine for the Swine) - Daddy's Home - Demeter's Fire
The Heir of Memories
The Heir of Memories - Finding Theras - Three Symbols Entombed (Agamemnon's Symbol - Eteokles's Symbol - Orion's Symbol)
One Really, Really Bad Day
Righting a Wrong - A Town in Need, Indeed (A Horse, of Course - Ajax on Fire - The Blind Blacksmith) - Here Be Pirates - There Can Be Only One
Every Story Has an Ending
Letter from Home - Regrets - Followers of Truth - Family Values - Defense of Samos - Moving Forward
Old Flames Burn Brighter
Where We Left Off - Runaway - Unplanned Parenthood - A Night in Tegea
Sokrates' Trial
A Sokratic Mess - Finding One's Voice - Persuasion Check - Deposition Opposition - You're Such a Sokratease
DLC
Prince of Persia - The Dunce Conundrum - Another Kind of Poetry
Legacy of the First Blade
Hunted
Main Quests
The Horsemen Cometh - Shadow of a Legend - More Questions than Answers - Hunting the Huntsman (Starting the Hunt - Mysterious Malady - Revealing the Recruiter - Whimpers Through the Fog - Piecing the Puzzle) - Protector of Persia - The Order of Hunters
Side Quests
The City that Cried Wolf - A Curious Request - Taking Out the Competition (Agis of the North - Gaia the Fist - Theos the Stargazer - A Good Toast) - Thank You, Maláka! - Again, Maláka?! - Dead Man Rises - Hide-and-Seek- Finders Keepers
Shadow Heritage
Main Quests
Stranger Tides - Into the Storm - Chasing the Storm (Persian Puppetry - Prodigal - Theatrics and Espionage - Safe Passage - Calm Before the Storm) - Leviathan's Maw - Home - Order of the Storm - Knives in the Dark (Atos the Beast Caller - Hirpes the Sordid - Aias the Clean - Kephalon the Thinker - Proktos the Moon King)
Side Quests
On the Grapevine - Thank You, Misthios - Tides of War
Bloodline
Main Quests
The Simple Life - A Flight in Fire - Answers from Ashes - Two Knives Against the Dark (Command and Control - The Ordering of the Kosmos - The Spartan Dog - The Trap Is Set) - The Last Magi - Smoke and Fury - Legacy of the First Blade - Remnant of the Ancients - The Order of Dominion
Side Quests
Give Our Respects - The Favor - No More Wine
The Fate of Atlantis
Fields of Elysium
Main Quests
The Isu Beckon - Trials of the Keeper - Welcome to Elysium - A Lover and A Fighter - Dark Horse - Sudden and New - The Keeper and Key Maker - The Keeper and Kyros - The Keeper and the Flame - The Keeper, a Killer - Good News - Have Another Drink - Popular - Dead Kings and Pretty Things - Persephone's Little Birds - A Life for a Life - The Beacons Are Lit - No Good Deed - The Rebellion's Uprising - A Growing Perception - Give 'Em Hades
Side Quests
Free Their Minds, the Rest Will Follow
Ainigmata Ostraka
Brick House - High and Dry - Sleeping Giant - Dear Demeter - Keep Your Eye On Me
Torment of Hades
Main Quests
The Second Calling - Guardian of the Gates - The Underworld's Fallen Guardians - Pay the Ferryman - Beyond the Veil - The Next Lesson - Labors of the Keeper
Side Quests
Lost, but Not Forgotten - A Young Warrior's Ghosts - Undoing What's Been Done - The Warrior, the Eagle Bearer - A New Lease on Death - Arms of Atonement - The Snake Sheds His Skin - Death Before Dishonor - A Cursed Sickness - Home is Where You Make It - Death-Light Robbery - I Don't Belong Here - The Weight of Sparta - Kill Me Once, Shame on You - Fallen from Grace
Ainigmata Ostraka
Bad Copycat - Round and Round - Boulder to Fall - Starving - Titans of Industry
Judgment of Atlantis
Main Quests
The Last Call - Welcome Home - Burden of Leadership (Crowd Pleaser - Rebel Scum - The Atlantean Patient) - A Complete Education - Wisdom of the Ancients - The Fate of Atlantis
Side Quests
Rightfully Yours - Lighten Up - The Birds and the Bees - In Dreams - Most Adamantly - Blood Gets In Your Eyes - Fire Amid the Water - Good From Far, Far From Good (Sixth Sense of Sympathy - Through the Cracks) - Deadly Little Secrets
Ainigmata Ostraka
The Son Who Faced the Sun - Tossed for Tyche - And My Pickaxe - A House from Cycles Past - Across the Board
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