The second arc of the DLC story in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is The Fate of Atlantis, where Eagle Bearer finds himself in the great fields of Elysia – a paradise after the death of famous heroes.
The task is to learn to control the power of the system Employees of Hermes Trismegistus, Eagle Bearer must not only control his new power, but also make Elysia in one piece.
We will keep the details of the story as clear as possible, but beware of spoilers throughout this site.
If you’re looking for the Episode 2 – Torment of Hades – tutorials, we also have a page about it.
This site also assumes that you complete all optional assignments in the DLC, including “Give ’em Hades” and “Free their Minds, the Rest Will Follow”.
As with the main game, there are a number of options that will ask you during the journey to the end. Here is what we decided to get as close to the “good” end as we could gather. If you’ve already beaten the DLC and are about to find out if it really ends like this – yes, yes yes. What cliffhanger …
Dark Horse quest
The first task you have to decide is “Dark Horse”. Here you have to choose whether the old man can keep the horse, whether he will get rid of it for Persephone, or give it to Adonis.
We decided to give it to Adonis, and then you can go intimidate the stable boy so Persephone doesn’t know. It doesn’t seem to have that much impact.
Finding good news
Later, you will be charged to bring the Silver Language recruiter to Adonis’s case. After rescuing her son, you will have a choice of what to preach.
We chose “Adonis will lead people to freedom.” This will be used against you at the climax of the story, but it can be overcome and is better than “Hekate is an ally of the people.”
Task Keeper and Kyros
After saving Kyros, say “that’s smart,” but force him to go with you to Hermes and Persephone immediately. If you let him knock him down, Hermes will really get annoyed.
Task Keeper and the Flame
At the end of this quest, keep Flame to yourself and do not give the recipe to anyone.
The Keeper, a killer expedition
During the first interview, say “You are not Hermes’ killer,” but in the end you agree to kill the captains. If so, don’t forget to wear the Isu helmet. When you talk to Hermes at the end, say, “It felt good.” Any attempts to convince him otherwise will end your friendship.
Persephone’s Little Birds quest
There are spies in the middle of the uprising, but it is up to the bearer of the eagle to find out who to remove. You will have the choice of going after the Blacksmith or the Messenger.
In the short term, and on the way to a good end to this part of the DLC, Messenger is a greater threat to the uprising. However, killing a blacksmith reveals some interesting information about the goddess Aphrodite.
Have another drink
This task has a big impact on how the end takes place. When you take Lethe’s water and meet the contact, reject it and destroy it. She realizes that her beloved is still alive, and Persephone learns of Hekate’s betrayal.
A popular task
We completed this task entirely on the side of Hekate and the Rebels, but it didn’t seem to affect the end too much. After you kill the wolf, talk to the man downstairs to heat him up for poison, then walk around and sabotage all three wine containers. To their questions, we said “just rumor,” “west,” and “Hermes,” then “Cheers!”
The search for life for life
This is a bit strange, because from the last DLC you can choose only Phoibe or Brasidas and not Natakas. However, calling back to the first cutscene of the game will fix that. It doesn’t seem to have much of an impact on the end, because you can either kill Leonidos or talk to him. If you decide not to kill him, he will send you after Kyros to save him sooner. Bring him to Persephone alive and the task will end somehow neutral.
Beacons are Lit quest
At the beginning of the task, you can choose “Fight for me” or “Fight for Aphrodite”. To be on the rescue side, we chose the Aphrodite option.
No task Good deed
The time has come when your end is truly won and lost. When you meet Persephone at Hekate’s house, he sends a spy of Hekate and Hermes north in the complex. Select “wait”, then “wait” again and then “leave”. If you wait three times or interrupt at all, Hekate gains the upper hand.
After you have rushed to Persephone’s house and in the following conversation, always lie down by choosing an option with weights next to it. Say, “Hekate has entered your shrine – Persephone will know she is the only one with the key – then say,” Hekate is a traitor, not me. ” Persephone knows that you have destroyed the water, so it will be torn between the two of you.
It doesn’t seem to matter whether you choose “Hekate wants you to turn against me” or “Hekate wants your throne.” If right, Persephone says Hekate has played a bigger role in her misfortunes and forces her to tell the truth. This sets the desired end.
The task of rebellion
When you meet Adonis, select “Fight!” Kill the captains, then Kolossi and win the battle. This is possible both with and without Leonidas.
In the next cut scene with Hermes, select “I need your help” and if you’re still friends with him, you’ll skip the boss with him and keep your relationship.
Either way, Persephone throws Hermes away from the Acropolis – it doesn’t look like you could stop it.
Then if you persuade Persephone to send Hekate away, and she’ll let Adonis go.
This leads to the last cutscene in Elysia even in modern times – there is no way to fight the creature in the cutscene, which will be in part 2.
If you are trying to find all the Keeper’s Insights in Elysia, we have a complete guide to places.
We also have a guide on how to download the DLC part and get started.
When you’re ready to move on to Episode 2, click here for the second options guide.