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There are twelve legendary armor sets, each of which contains 5 pieces of armor. If you equip a full set, you’ll gain a special bonus buff in addition to the armor’s regular effects. Complete the tasks listed below to unlock the legendary armor sets.
Achilles Set – Defeat all five Cult of Kosmos members of the Heroes of the Cult branch.
Bonus Stat Buff: 2% damage dealt restored as health.
Agememnon Set – Defeat all five Cult of Kosmos members of the Silver Bane branch for four pieces. The fifth piece is located in the Silver Mine, near the “Silver Mountain” title in Attika.
Bonus Stat Buff: +50% burning rate.
Athenian War Hero Set – Defeat all five Cult of Kosmos members of the Delian League branch.
Bonus Stat Buff: All arrows pierce shields.
Immortal Set – Defeat all five Cult of Kosmos members of the Worshippers of the Bloodline branch.
Bonus Stat Buff: 20% health restored on death, with a two-minute cooldown.
Pirate Set – Defeat all five Cult of Kosmos members of the Gods of the Aegis Sea branch.
Bonus Stat Buff: +15% damage to assassin abilities.
Snake Set – Defeat all five Cult of Kosmos members of the Eyes of Kosmos branch.
Bonus Stat Buff: +10% intoxicated damage + weakening effect.
Spartan War Hero Set – Defeat all five Cult of Kosmos members of the Peloponnesian League branch.
Bonus Stat Buff: +15 damage to warrior abilities.
Demigod Set – Four pieces can be found by looting Deimos. The fifth piece can be looted from the final Cult of Kosmos member.
Bonus Stat Buff: +10% damage from all abilities.
Arena Fighter Set – At Pirate Point on the eastern shore on the island of Pephka, you’ll find the Arena. Successfully complete all the Arena battles, then complete them again.
Bonus Stat Buff: 10% health restored from overpower attacks.
Artemis Set – Complete the “Daughters of Artemis” quests from the Temple of Artemis in Phokis by hunting all the Legendary Animals.
Bonus Stat Buff: +15% damage with hunter abilities.
Greek Hero Set – Five mercenaries can be defeated for the legendary armor pieces: The Translucent, The Lucky Drunk, The Resplendent, The Frenzied, and The Flash.
Bonus Stat Buff: +20% to all resistances.
Pilgrim Set – Five treasure chests contain legendary armor pieces at the following locations: Akropolis of Argos, Temple of Athena, Temple of the Golden-Bowed Goddess, Eleusis Telesterion, and the Temple Of Britomartis.
Bonus Stat Buff: -40% adrenaline for Shadow of Nyx.
To unlock the secret ending, you must find Atlantis to begin the Atlantis quests and then defeat the four mythical creatures, Cyclops, Medusa, Minotaur, and Sphinx. After that, you can return to Atlantis to see the true ending.
In the present-day sections, one of the back rooms includes a Rabbid figurine on a shelf.
If you complete the Ubisoft Club “Master Assassin” challenge (by having 7500 XP from across the Assassin’s Creed series), you will unlock Evie Frye from Assassin’s Creed Syndicate as a lieutenant for your ship.
While there are many skins available for your horse to change its appearance, three of the most unusual are the Pegasus skin, the Unicorn skin, and the Rainbow Unicorn skin. While the Pegasus skin must be purchased from the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey store, the two Unicorn skins randomly spawn at any Blacksmith’s shop as well—although they are costly skins, so you’ll need to have enough Drachmae on hand.
On a southeastern island in Messara, you can come across villagers fighting at the top of a waterfall, with an audience watching. This scene is a nod to a similar scene in the movie Black Panther. If you join the fight yourself, the audience will run away.
On a small island in Pandora’s Cove in Malis, near the edge of the rocks, you can find a circle of stones with a small figure in the center that resembles a Korok from the Legend of Zelda series. This is a reference to the Korok Seed puzzles in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
In the present-day sections, one of the back rooms includes a pair of goggles lying on top of some boxes. These are the Multi-Vision Goggles from the Splinter Cell series.
At the very top of the tallest mountain in Lakonia, the highest point in the game, you can find a sword embedded in a stone. This is most likely a reference to the legend of King Arthur, who drew a sword from stone, or the story of the sword of St. Galgano, which can be found in Italy. While the King Arthur legend is better-known, the sword being located on top of a mountain makes it fit the story of St. Galgano better.
At the Obsidian Islands, if you climb to the highest mountain peak, you can find a skull and crossbones. Being a typical pirate symbol, this is most likely a reference to either Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag or Ubisoft’s upcoming pirate game Skull and Bones.
In addition to figureheads for your ship that are unlocked through quests, five more can be found on shipwrecks. Use the video below to help you find all five of these shipwreck figureheads.
For Xenia’s quest, she gives you treasure maps and charges you with searching for certain legendary treasures. However, only one map in each set will be accurate. You are supposed to compare them to the world map and/or check each spot, but if you’re having trouble narrowing down the treasures’ correct locations, use the video guide below to help.
Several characters can be romanced by completing their quests and selecting the dialogue options marked with a heart. There are no effects or consequences from romances, and you can romance every character in the game if you choose to. It essentially gives you a quick romance scene for each character.
The following female characters can be romanced: Odessa, Auxesia, Xenia, Roxana, Kyra, Zopheras, Aikaterine, and Daphnae.
The following male characters can be romanced: Alkibiades, Kosta, Lykaon, Thelatus, and the Blacksmith.