Assassin's Creed Odyssey
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Full Walkthrough: Uprising
After the battle on Pylos island and a fight against Deimos, Odyssey’s protagonist wakes up in the Athenian dungeon
Due to the sudden fall of the tree during the Pylos battle, the main character of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey finds himself in the Athenian prison. Kleon, who seized the power in the city after the death of Perikles, must be stopped.
The protagonist will hear Deimos’ voice right after his awakening. After the Pylos battle, the hero is behind bars while his sister/brother is free. Talk to sister/brother and try to prove Cult’s fault in what happened. Do not lie or Deimos will feel deception and will not trust Alexios/Kassandra.
If you have been friendly to Deimos in the past (see chapters An Old Enemy And a New Ally and The Cultist King) and tried to get her out of the tree on Pylos, you may sow the grain of doubt in the Kosmos Cult weapon. This is one of the most important factors that impacts the ending of the game.
Soon, Kleon, the new ruler of Athens after the death of Perikles, will join the dialogue. The choice of replicas in the conversation with him will not affect anything. Anyway, you will have to beat two prison guards that will be sent to Alexios/Kassandra. It will be a fist battle, so you will not be able to use your abilities.
At the end of the fight, Barnabas and Sokrates will rush into your jail chamber and will bring all your equipment. This mission will end on your escape from prison, bringing you 30000 experience points and some drachmas. It will turn out that Kleon (no surprise here) is a Kosmos Cult adept.
Once you are out of jail, climb the fortress wall and then jump on Athenian streets – now you are officially free. The city guards won’t attack Alexios/Kassandra, so just go to Perikles’ residence to talk with the leaders of the local resistance.
The hero will be met by Sokrates who will escort him to the room for strategic discussions. Your allies are already there: the philosopher himself, Aristophanes, Alkibiades, Hippokrates, Herodotus and Barnabas. Before you can overthrow Kleon, you need to defame him in order to avoid popular unrest. We’ll talk about this in the next chapter.