Apparently, there are four mythical bosses that you can find in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Collecting those artifacts will be able to complete the quest The Gates of Atlantis. Well, let us discuss those mythical bosses.
The Mythical Bosses in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
The four Mythical Bosses in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey so far are:
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Cyclops is a mythical creature in the game of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which is part of the Gates of Atlantis questline. Cyclops is a category of hybrid beast made by the Isu as part of the Olympos Project.
For your information, there are at least three known Cyclopes present in ancient Greece during the time of the Peloponnesian War (Brontes the Thunderer, Steropes the Lightning Bringer, and Arges the Bright One).
Based on numerous tales in Greece, there are various monuments and ruins within the Peloponnese were considered the handiwork of the Cyclopes, their original creators forgotten. Also, the walls of the ancient city Mycenae were said to be built by the Cyclopes
You have to note that Medusa’s battle is not just difficult to track down, but also to defeat. This mythological creature is the hardest in the game and also should not be done until you have gotten strong gear and are at least level 47.
In Greek mythology, Medusa was described as having had hair composed of 5 venomous snakes, wings and also a gaze so deadly so that all who faced it changed into stone. In fact, Medusa was killed by Perseus with a Sword of Eden.
Hermes helped Perseus by giving him a winged sandals. Also, the goddess Athena gave Perseus a bronze shield polished mirror-bright.
Minotaur is one of four mythical creatures in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey you face during The Gates of Atlantis mission in Between Two Worlds questline. Minotaur is a hybrid beast made by the Isu as part of the Olympos Project.
This is a large creature possessing the body of a man, the head and fur of a bull. Minotaur was powered by an Atlantis artifact capable of transmuting the wielder into the beast. This beast was kept within a large labyrinth beneath the Knossos Palace in Messara, on the Greek island of Krete.
You are able to find Sphinx in The Last Riddle. Based on the research, Sphinx is a hybrid beast that made by the Isu as part of Olympos Project. This creature, part eagle, snake, lion, and also man, was trapped as a statue in ruins South of Lake Kopais in Boeotia, Greece.
Based on the research, around 422 BCE, utilizing a key which was divided in two, the Spartan misthios Kassandra awakened the Sphinx, and also outwitted the creature in a game of riddles. Once the creature collapsed and dead, Kassandra seized the artifact which seemingly gave the creature life.
How to find Cyclops
Early on into your game, you may will be familiar of the location of this mythical creature. Discovered on the Isle of Thisvi exactly South of Phokis, you are going to discover the ancient Isu.
But, the door leading to the mythical Cyclops is sealed, and also will remain so until you are able to take on the necessary quest. In level 35, the quest which opens the chambers of the Cyclops is located on Kythera Island.
You have to head to the region called as Pilgrim Hill to discover a quest giver near a statue that can open the mission A God Among Men. By taking this mission, finally you are going to be Empedokles, who believes himself to be a god. After assisting him throughout the Island, he will go to the Isle of Thisvi to meet a fellow god.
How to find Medusa
To find this mythological beast, you will need to travel to the island of Lesbos, which is located in the northeastern corner of the map. At this point in the game, you may have finished the main story before traveling to this island, which is one of Odyssey’s most difficult places.
To start the quest, you have to head to the town of Eresos in the Petrified Valley, which is located on the southwestern coast of the island. In town, you are going to discover a female NPC called Bryce.
After conversing with her, you are going to start the quest Romancing the Stone Garden, that tasks you with finding her lover lost in the Petrified Temple
After you learn more of the Temple and its mysteries, you are going to need a new quest named Shadows of Serpents, along with all of its sub-quests to open the pathway to the Medusa.
How to find Minotaur
In Messara, on the island in the southeast section, you are going to come across a small town in Minotaur Hills which worships the mighty beast.
This place serves as a place to learn more about the history of the region, level up, and also get some new gear like a replica helmet of the Minotaur.
In west of town, you are going to discover Knossos Palace ruins which is located in Mino’s Legacy. In this place, you will be able to find a child called Ardos, who is trying to rescue his father lost in the chambers of the Minotaur below the palace.
Starting the Myths and Minotaurs quest, you are going to learn more about the labyrinth and know that you will need to discover the medallion to open up access.
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How to find Sphinx
On the southern coast of Lake Koapis, you are going to find ancient Isu ruins shrouded in fog. At those ruins you are going to discover a Sphinx statue and an NPC called Gorgias, who is searching for a piece of a medallion to unlock the secrets of the temple.
Tasking you to discover his apprentice, you are going to start the next leg of the quest, that will need you travel to the Tomb of Menoikeus.
In the northeastern (part of the Scorched Rolling Plains region) in Boetia, you will be able to find the remains of the apprentice, killed by alpha lion that has also eaten the other half of the medallion. After securing the piece, you are able to head back to the ruins to proceed with the next part of the quest.
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