Assassin's Creed Odyssey has a God of War Easter egg, but the similarities don't end there. In Assassin's Creed Odyssey, this area is also included in the game but shrunk down to roughly 1.5km. Safe to use . Alexios (451 or 446 BCE – 422 BCE), also known as Deimos, was a member of the Cult of Kosmos, a organization based in ancient Greece. When he's not writing, playing his own games, or thinking about writing or playing his games, he's probably the second player to his son's Pokemon Let's Go, Pikachu! I'm playing with Kassandra for the first time, just had the encounter. I've not seen evil Kassandra yet but I probably will when I play as Alexios even though I'm not a fan of his. In Chapter 7: Paint it Red , be kind to Nikolaos and tell him to help Stentor. [10], In 431 BCE, Deimos interrupted a Cult conclave in the Sanctuary of Kosmos to reveal that one of them, Elpenor, had been murdered. In the midst of a great plague, Deimos hunted down and murdered Athens' leader, Perikles in order to weaken the city's standing in their conflict with Sparta and pave the way for Kleon, a Sage of the Delian League branch of the Cult of Kosmos, to take power. [20] If the player chooses Alexios as the protagonist then his and Kassandra's roles in the story as Deimos and the Eagle Bearer are reversed, with Kassandra becoming Alexios' younger sister. Unsatisfied with his constant blubbering, Deimos beat the sculptor to death. When Joshua Duckworth received Pokemon Yellow for Christmas at 5-years-old, his fate as a gamer was set. Kassandra subsequently pursued and killed Kleon before returning to the battlefield to find Deimos gone. Her efforts ultimately fell short when Deimos, guilt-ridden over his monstrous actions, forced her to kill him in a final confrontation atop Mount Taygetos. Real-world information Human (Tainted One) Unbeknownst to her, Chrysis, a priestess of Hera and a member of the Cult of Kosmos, took Alexios as she had taken a number of children before. [17], In August of 422 BCE,[1] Deimos returned to Mount Taygetos to challenge his estranged family one final time. I must say Alexios did look like villain. Please no spoilers beyond Ch3. He was not instructed to kill her, but rather to hurt her. The duel looked to be in his favor when, suddenly, he was mistakenly struck from behind by an arrow fired by Kleon. Striking out at his mother with a concealed blade, Deimos was fatally stabbed through the neck by his sister wielding their grandfather's spear. There's little doubt that the RPG elements introduced in Origins and elaborated upon in Odyssey had something to do with this. Virus scan. PS. [4] Thus, despite his regal blood, the Elders of Sparta demanded the boy's death: to be thrown from the summit of Mount Taygetos. Alexios was foretold to bring doom to the Greek world, and Deimos would bring about the end of Olympus. [11] Having a fiery temper, Deimos kept a weapon on him at all times. Since then, he's been involved with every step of the gaming industries' growth from the golden PS1 era and the dying days of the arcade to any current gaming trend. Last updated 20 April 2020 10:26PM. Yeah I like the dynamic of protagonist Alexios and Villain Kassandra, can't imagine it the other way around now. [8] For the next fifteen years, Deimos served at the Cult's behest until, in 431 BCE, his first true test came in the form of his estranged sister. Evil Kassandra as Deimos or Evil Alexios as Deimos? Cassandra was both gifted and cursed by Apollo, who bestowed her with the power of foresight and prophecy at the expense of no one believing her. Suspicious of everything she said, Deimos rebuffed Kassandra's attempts at reconciliation. The only things Phidias was able to say about the symbols was "Itira! His combat prowess was so vast that he was even able to slaughter Brasidas, one of the best Spartan commanders at the time, within a few seconds as well as go toe-to-toe with Kassandra and her Spear.[14][18].