The first thing you will need to do after accepting the assassination quest from Elpenor is find a boat. Speak to the shipbuilder in Sami. Regardless of the dialogue options you choose, the shipbuilder will not sell you his boat for less than 100,000 drachmae. He does however provide some useful information in the form of an update on the Cyclops; he can be found in Kleptous Bay, and so can his ship.

Make your way to Kleptous Bay on the Pronnoi Peninsula.

When you are approaching the bay, use Ikaros to examine the situation. Take note of the amount of opponents and the precise location of the Cyclops. You can then move through the camp and eliminate opponents in whatever way you see fit. When you approach the Cyclops a cut scene will initiate, after which you will be thrown into the midst of battle.

When you have defeated the Cyclops and his thugs, free the ship captain from his bonds.

When all enemies in the camp have been defeated, you will be able to speak with a ship captain named Barnabas, who can be found tied up within the camp. After untying him, Barnabas will lead you to his ship, the Adrestia, and introduce you to its crew. From this point on the ship will be in your command, with Barnabas acting as captain.

Did you Know?: ‘Adrestia’ is the name of a Greek goddess meaning ‘she who cannot be escaped’. As the daughter of Ares and Aphrodite she is among the pantheon of deities associated with war and love, ultimately representing an archetype of the balance between good and evil. A fitting metaphor, then, for the ship which henceforth may facilitate either in your adventures throughout the Aegean Sea.

Meet Barnabas in Sami Harbor to inspect your new ship. After speaking with him you can bid farewell to Phoibe and Markos. A cut scene will follow and the quest will complete.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Ubisoft
  • Platforms
    PC, PS4, XB1
  • Genre
    Action RPG, Stealth
  • Guide Release
    28 October 2018
  • Last Updated
    14 October 2020
    Version History
  • Guide Author
    Scott Peers

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The year is 431 BCE in Ancient Greece. The Peloponnesian War is under way, with Athens and Sparta fighting for supremacy in the Aegean. Command the story of Alexios or Kassandra, two powerful figures with crucial roles in the events at hand.

This guide features an ideal chronological order for experiencing the main events of the game, informing the player about the consequences of their actions in specific quests, while directing them through the world by highlighting quests, objectives and points of interest to ensure that they do not miss any of the most captivating content in the game world.

Included in the guide:

  • Complete walkthrough of the main story
  • Guides to the most relevant and difficult side quests along the way
  • Reference to important points of interest and historical context
  • Useful tips regarding game features and mechanics

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