Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Achievements Guide

Introduction: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Trophies

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is considered one of the best for combat and engaging story elements. The world is exquisitely accurate, and it becomes difficult to put down once you step inside the Animus. The game is immersive and seamless when traveling to each region of Greece. Many trophies unlock with game progression, but you need to be as keen as Icaros to spot some hidden achievements and more challenging endeavors to unlock the Platinum.

I’m excited to go over the core fifty trophies with you! I have first-hand experience unlocking them all, and it was a blast from the past. Specifically, 431 B.C, in case you were wondering. Unlocking trophies naturally enrich your gameplay and help you experience everything Odyssey has to offer, which is a ton. I’m confident you can get through this quickly, and the best part is you won’t have to worry about completing the game with more severe difficulty. Let’s dive in to find underwater treasure and meet this trophy list together while leveling up and discovering elusive armor, weapons, gold, and rare crafting materials!

Key Info Up Front For Assassin’s Creed Odyssey’s Trophy List

  • Genre: Open-World Action RPG
  • Difficulty: 4/10
  • The number of Required Playthroughs: 1
  • Approximate Completion Time: 70-100 hours
  • Number of Trophies:- 51, Including the Platinum
  • Missable Trophies: 1
  • Players who fully completed it: 29.73%

Walkthrough for Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Trophies

Step 1: Successfully Complete Your Epic Odyssey

When you start off in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, expect your journey to be a long one, because there are many smaller quests that need to be completed to gain access to higher-level challenges. The first step in your journey is to complete the campaign and unlock any story-based trophies that come with the territory. It will take around 40-50 hours to complete it, depending on your playstyle. The one trophy you must get in your playthrough is Aphrodite’s Embrace because this is missable. Completing the game gives you access to end-game tasks.

Trophies You earn by completing the Game

  • An Odyssey in the Making
  • Past Mistakes
  • Evil Unearthed
  • The Bright Minds
  • From The Ashes
  • Democracy Falls
  • Legend in the Making
  • Taking Back Athens
  • Odyssey’s End
  • Make it your own
  • Shiny!
  • Birthright
  • Scourge of the Aegean
  • Blood Sport
  • Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
  • Aphrodite’s Embrace

Step 2: Get the Questline Trophies Out of the Way

Everybody Benefits: Marco's Questline
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There are a total of five questlines to look out for when completing this section. These can be fairly long yet are enjoyable additions to the main game. These can optionally be completed during the story if you prefer. I did that, and it psychologically lessened the load when pursuing the endgame trophies.  Here are the trophies and associated quests you need to complete fully:

  • Everybody Benefits: Marco’s Questline
  • Trust me, I’m a Doctor: Hippocrates Questline
  • A pirate’s life for me: Xenia Questline
  • Master of the Hunt: Daughters of Artemis Questline
  • Going for the Gold: The Olympic Questline

Step 3: Complete All Underwater Areas and Visit All Subregions

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First thing’s first, go for Hermes’ Homie and visit all the subregions. Your map will display some gray areas that can be explored, and don’t forget about the elusive islands! As you uncover each area, explore all the underwater spots to make that future task smoother. Some of them aren’t visible on the map unless you discover them, but it’s fun to enjoy the game more while searching. This is a gigantic map and requires patience when unlocking these 42 underwater locations and plundering them fully! There’s a reason why only 29.73% of players have platinum. Odyssey isn’t a hard game to complete, but it takes dedication and a strong resolve to complete.

Trophies to earn:

  • Herme’s Homie
  • Child of Poseidon

Step 4: Conquer the Arena and Solidify Yourself as the First Mercenary!

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You can find the Arena on the Island of Pephka which is on the southeast area of your map. This must be completed fully and I recommend getting your character maxed to level fifty before completing it so you’re prepared. If you are under-leveled then this step will be frustrating and potentially time-consuming trying multiple times. You are also targeting some mercenaries who present themselves as challenges in the Arena, but some are located in the world as well. They need to be killed at a higher level than you to earn Top of the Food Chain.

Trophies to earn:

  • Are you not entertained?
  • Top of the Food chain

Step 5: Discover Atlantis to Locate and Defeat the Four World Bosses

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“A Family’s Legacy” quest on Thera Island will lead you to Atlantis where you can begin your hunt for the four world bosses. Each one will unlock specific trophies, and it’s recommended that you be above level 45 because they’re challenging. Here are the bosses and their respective trophies:

  • In Perseus’s Image: Slay Medusa
  • Eye on the Prize: Kill Cyclops
  • Riddle Me This: Solve the riddles of the Sphinx
  • A-maze-ing Victory: Defeat the Minotaur

Step 6: Hunt Down and Defeat the Cultists

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Click on each cultist to reveal their elusive locations while browsing through the cultist menu. They are found through quests, hidden clues, and story progression. The clues are imperative for revealing them and once they’re found out you can hunt them down on your map one by one to their dismay. This task will take you a few hours, but it’s rewarding to unlock the hidden legendary set.

Trophies to earn:

  • The cult unmasked
  • One head down
  • Legacy Restored

Step 7: Max Out by Reaching Level 50

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Simply by pursuing the trophy list, you’ll be leveling up quicker than normal, and there are many ways to progress quickly if you need a few more to hit fifty. Side quests and conquests are your best bet for increasing your level. The Arena is also excellent for getting a quick 70,000XP for short battles after you beat it the first time. Message boards are full of contracts to keep you a busy Misthios and get to level fifty quickly. Combining these options means you won’t get bored!

Trophies to earn:

  • Demigod

Step 8: Deck the Adrestria Out With Max Upgrades

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More than likely, you will have some work to do towards upgrading your ship fully. Start by farming the right materials from hunting, destroying enemy ships, and uncovering ancient tablets, which can be found in ruins and through the occasional blacksmith. This will take several hours to complete.

Trophies to earn:

  • Lord of the Seas

Step 9: A Final Sweep of the Miscellaneous Tasks Around the World

Now it’s time to go through your list and tackle some of the miscellaneous trophies you may have missed. Conduct a final sweep and reference their description to finish up your Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Platinum! You should have all the lengthy trophies completed by now, and it’s going to be thrilling to finally see that hard-earned trophy pop up!

Miscellaneous Trophies to earn:

  • You work for me now
  • I am Legend
  • Godly Power
  • Stink Eye
  • The Argonauts
  • Ramming Speed
  • I have the power
  • War Master
  • Misthios in Training
  • Island Hopper
  • Infamous
  • Hero For Hire
  • Wrath of the Amazons
  • The Midas Touch

Main Achievements to Earn the Platinum (Epic Cycle)

This Is Sparta

This Is Sparta
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 97.46%

The First trophy is simple enough, and you’ll unlock it after completing the battle of 300. It’s a naturally occurring trophy you can’t miss, and the struggle is thrilling beyond measure. It unlocks immediately after boarding your ship the first time when departing from Kephallonia.

An Odyssey in the Making

An Odyssey in the Making
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 86.31%

Here is another story-related trophy that’s impossible to miss. The questline context is during the battle for Megaris after engaging in conversation with the Spartan Commander. You have completed episode one and it’s an Odyssey in the making with many adventures to come!

Past Mistakes

Past Mistakes
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 72.7%

The opening battle sequence in episode two will have a boss battle. Defeat him to unlock the trophy. It’s not a hard battle and is a suitable beginning to an epic adventure. Follow the instructions, and you’ll get through in a few minutes after starting.

Evil Unearthed

Evil Unearthed
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 76.99%

Evil Unearthed is another story-related trophy that unlocks when you go on a mission to spy on the Kult of Kosmos and infiltrate their headquarters. After you find out who is working for them, episode 3 will conclude, and the trophy will conveniently unlock as the sequence ends.

The Bright Minds

The Bright Minds
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 68.28%

The “Bright Minds” trophy unlocks during the story after you attend the luxurious and fancy party and complete episode four. Simply engage with the guests until it triggers the ending cutscene. Trigger conversations with everyone, and this will eventually wind down the evening.

From the Ashes

From the Ashes
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 61.34%

At this point in the story, three subquests will branch out in different directions. You must complete these, making this another automatic unlock. “From the Ashes” is what you unlock for completing episode five. It is an achievement that you can’t miss when progressing.

Democracy Falls

Democracy Falls
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 60.91%

You must Complete episode six to unlock Democracy Falls, which will unlock during the Athens escape. Right after you board your ship, the trophy will appear. Episode six isn’t hard to complete, and you’ll make a thrilling escape while unlocking one more medal on your road to Platinum.

Legend in the Making

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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 52.80%

“Legend in the Making” is another story trophy that is impossible to miss, so just complete chapter seven, and it will unlock. The quest involves defeating Athens in an exciting battle that rewards you for a well-done job. Simply progression through the battle will trigger the unlock, so implement your best tactics!

Taking Back Athens

Taking Back Athens
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  • Rarity Level: Silver
  • Player Earned Percentage: 51.98%

Taking Back Athens unlocks after you complete chapter eight. You will face the Athenian leader in combat and must defeat him to progress and earn the trophy. Ensure you are at the appropriate level, so the fight goes smoothly. That’s an important consideration for all bosses and leaders.

Odyssey’s End

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  • Rarity Level: Gold
  • Player Earned Percentage: 51.75%

Family reunions are known for being rather tense, but Odyssey takes it to another level with the final episode 9 and Epilogue. You must complete them both to unlock Odyssey’s End. You’ve come a long way to beat the story mode, but our trophy hunt is just beginning!

Child of Poseidon

Child of Poseidon
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  • Rarity Level: Silver
  • Player Earned Percentage: 31.10%

Even if you don’t like water missions, Odyssey will surprise you with some fun locations. It involves completing every underwater area, which means finding all the associated items to unlock an XP reward. The most important thing to note regarding this challenge is that not all objectives are in the sea. Some underwater locations involve small lakes or ponds. The best way to discover these locations is to send Icaros into the air to decipher each region, taking one area at a time. Not all spots are marked, and you’ll need to explore the terrain to find them. You’ll gain the “Child Of Poseidon” trophy if you loot all underwater locations.

Make It Your Own

Make It Your Own
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 78.68%

Odyssey features an advanced and immersive weapon system where you can engrave items with slots and make them more powerful. Speak to any blacksmith, and they will upgrade your item with an engravement that improves base statistics, including damage and armor. Note that a blacksmith is not the same as a merchant, and they can drastically improve your game performance. It’s cheap to get one engraved and quickly unlocked right after the purchase.

You Work for Me Now

You Work For Me Now
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 71.71%

You must recruit a Legendary NPC to board and guide your vessel on the open ocean for this trophy. You can sneak up to any legendary officer and knock them out. From there, you can recruit them. Once on your side, open up the Adrestria menu and assign him to the lieutenant status. He officially works for you, and you have a valuable legendary asset joining your crew. 

Shiny!

Shiny
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 84.39%

Legendary items can be discovered through general loot, defeating bosses, and questlines. Eventually, you’ll unlock a legendary item without doing any searching. The achievement requires one extra step: to open up your character menu and equip it. It’s time to use it to your advantage as a legendary mercenary!

I Am Legend

I Am Legend
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  • Rarity Level: Silver
  • Player Earned Percentage: 65.71%

This trophy seems intimidating at first, but a secret is that you can naturally unlock it by completing the Kult Of Kosmos assassinations. There is one piece of legendary armor across six cultists who carry them. Of course, nothing stops you from exploring and finding other legendary sets. Fully equip yourself with legendary weapons and armor for the trophy to unlock.

Are You Not Entertained?

Are You Not Entertained?
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  • Rarity Level: Silver
  • Player Earned Percentage: 48.22%

On the Island of Pephka, you’ll find an arena where you can compete to be the best. You must become the champion of the Arena to unlock this achievement. While progressing through the story, you’ll attain the mission to travel there and take on numerous challenges. Here’s the thing, you can’t pursue this at a low level, or you will surely die. There are enemies at level fifty that will run you into the ground if you are ill-prepared. I suggest just waiting until you’re level 50 and feel confident in gameplay mechanics. Defeat waves of enemies and their respective bosses to become the champion and unlock “Are You not entertained?

Demigod

Demigod
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 50.13%

Reaching level fifty is the main goal to unlock the Demigod achievement. The leveling process is much quicker if you’re going for all the trophies. Kill enemies, complete quests, and thoroughly search locations to get bonuses. My advice is to let this one unfold organically without worrying about it. It will happen if you’re simply playing the game and pursuing the other goals.

Godly Power

Godly Power
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 55.44%

Reach the final third tier in any active ability to unlock Godly power. Active abilities can be used to enhance your combat skills and handle larger groups of enemies. You must level up your spear to five before unlocking the third tier, completed in the next challenge. To climb to the second tier, you’ll have to be level 16.

Legacy Restored

Legacy Restored
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  • Rarity Level: Silver
  • Player Earned Percentage: 44.5%

Go to the Island of Andros to upgrade your spear to level six. Accomplish this by discovering the entryway to the Forge, where you upgrade using artifact fragments attained from the Cult Unmasked achievement. Legacy Restored can be unlocked when you have sufficient fragments for reaching level six. 

Top of the Food Chain

Top of the Food Chain
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 46.97%

You should be at level fifty before pursuing this challenge. It involves becoming a top-tier mercenary. Look at the menu and open the mercenaries tab to view your opposition. There are nine tiers to climb and five mercenaries per tier. If you defeat a higher rank, you take their place and grow in reputation. Exekias the Legend is your final challenge who sits comfortably in tier one at level 50. As a final test of your dominance and strength, slay him with no mercy to unlock the trophy.

The Cult Unmasked

The Cult Unmasked
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  • Rarity Level: Silver
  • Player Earned Percentage: 44.12%

Don’t worry about the Cult until you get to episode three because they aren’t unlocked until then. Open up the menu and examine the cultists. You can discover clues to reveal their identity and location. Follow all the clues to hunt them down and kill them one at a time. Solutions for clues are in the main missions and side quests. It will take some time with a meticulous approach to unearthing them. You’re doing everyone in the Greek world a favor by eradicating these vermin. The final cultists are unveiled during the last story mission. The trophy will unlock once every target is confirmed dead.

Stink Eye

Stink Eye
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 40.56%

During the prologue, you inserted an obsidian eye into a goat to keep it safe. Eventually, you’ll have to fight the Cyclops and leave the island to do other missions. To get this trophy, you must return to Kephallonia and find that forsaken goat with the obsidian eye again. Be advised there will not be a mission market, which requires a keen eye to discover your lost friend. The Lightning Zeus statue is an excellent place to travel because there are goats there to kill at random. One of them will have the obsidian eye to complete “Stink Eye.” This trophy made me laugh while unlocking.

Hermes’s Homie

Hermes's Homie
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 31.47%

The map of Greece is covered with fog and requires you to unveil the different sections. Hermes’s Homie is somewhat tedious, but I tried to see the positives of enjoying every area with stunning realism. Pinpoint which areas are fogged on the map and visit them physically to reveal them. Note that you must uncover the smaller islands if you don’t see the trophy unlocking when expected. Kradia Isle is a location that most players have been missing, and I’ll admit it’s very elusive.

In Perseus’s Image

In Perseus's Image
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 47.29%

Discover Atlantis and speak to Pathagoras, who will bestow on you the quest of recovering the four keys. These are representative of mythical beasts, of which medusa is a boss. Take a trip to the island of Lesbos at the top right corner of your map. The petrified temple will initiate some quests that lead you to the Medusa battle. “Romancing the Stone Garden” is the quest to start, and it’s south of the temple. These quests lead to unlocking the temple to beat her, and you should be approaching level 50 to stand a chance. This is one of the game’s most captivating and exciting boss battles, so enjoy!

A-Maze-ing Victory!

A-maze-ing Victory!
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 51.38%

After obtaining the keys from Pathagoras in Atlantis, you must travel to Messara to initiate the quest “Myths and Minotaurs.” Completing this leads to “Of Minotaurs and Men,” another subdivision of investigations leading to the Minotaur boss battle. Go back to Ardos and initiate the “He Waits” quest to face him. He is the only legendary creature that you can fight without consulting with Pathagoras in Atlantis.

Eye on the Prize

Eye on the Prize
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 50.19%

Travel to Kythera island and examine the bottom left part of the map to find the “A God Among Men” quest. It will lead to another series of easy quests that lead up to the Cyclops battle. Slay him, and you will unlock “Eye On the Prize.” The Cyclops isn’t hard to contend with, but you should still be at least level forty.

Riddle Me This

Riddle Me This
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 52.87%

You are tasked with finding the apprentice of Pathagoras for this trophy, and it involves dealing with riddles from the Sphinx. You obtain a key to unlock the puzzle sequence. Here are the answers so you can get them done quickly. The wave symbol corresponds to the Tide. The moon’s answer is a river. Finally, the hummingbird relates to the mosquito. Complete the trials, and it will unlock this trophy.

Lord of the Seas

Lord of the Seas
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  • Rarity Level: Silver
  • Player Earned Percentage: 37.67%

To unlock this achievement, you need to upgrade the Adrestra to legendary by effectively purchasing every single upgrade available. There are 39 possible upgrades total that require substantial resources and Gold. You will also need ancient tablets, which are collected from temples worldwide. This is one of the most time-consuming challenges because of the sheer amount of resources requires.

The Argonauts

The Argonauts
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  • Rarity Level: Silver
  • Player Earned Percentage: 52.75%

Start by recruiting four legendary lieutenants and make sure they’re all hired. Upgrade the ship hull to unlock all slots of authority. You must open all lieutenant slots and make sure they are legendary leaders and commanders. The trophy unlocks when you hire the legendary fourth lieutenant to aid your ship. Playing the campaign will naturally get three legendaries on your ship, so it’s not a pressing concern.

Master of the Hunt

Master of the Hunt
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 44.16%

Completing the daughters of Artemis quest line fully will unlock this achievement. It starts in the Sacred Lands of Apollo in Phokis. Go to the temple of Artemis to begin the series of quests that will eventually unlock this trophy!

Everybody Benefits

Everybody Benefits
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Markos is your friend from the beginning of your Odyssey You initially do quests for him, but there is a particular one on the Island of Kos titled “A Business Opportunity.” He has been captured and imprisoned, so you must rescue him before conducting a few other quests. After a couple more objectives, the final one being “Markos’s Fate,” you’ll unlock “Everybody Benefits.”

Trust Me, I’m a Doctor

Trust Me, I'm a Doctor
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 39.40%

Fully complete the Hippocrates questline to unlock this trophy. You will attend an elite party in episode four, where you’ll meet Hippocrates. Multiple quests lead up to “Too Much of a Good Thing,” the final one in the series that will unlock the achievement. Do what Hippocrates wants, but make sure to trigger the cutscene when he’s disposing of the dead bodies, or it can’t be accessed later.

A Pirate’s Life for Me

A Pirate's Life for Me
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 33.77%

Completing Xenia’s questline will unlock the “A Pirate’s Life for Me” achievement. It will appear at the end of episode four when Aspasia sends you to Keos to meet up with the pirate Xenia. She will give you many quests to complete that are easy to follow, but it’s rather lengthy so patience is a must with this one.

Going for Gold

Going for Gold
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  • Rarity Level: Silver
  • Player Earned Percentage: 54.25%

The “Going For Gold” achievement is unlocked by fully completing the Olympic questline. This starts in episode seven when you meet the two kings from Sparta. Follow their instructions, and you’ll have the trophy after completing the necessary tasks assigned.

Scourge of the Aegean

Scourge of the Aegean
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 71.47%

It’s essential to have your ship at least slightly upgraded to handle an epic ship. Sink one, and it will unlock the achievement soon after. “Helios the Lucky Drunk” can be found before you reach Megaris, and he’s a level nine. The best tactic I found for achieving this trophy without dying is to upgrade your ship to the best of your ability and then ram the side for maximum damage.

Blood Sport

Blood Sport
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 52.59%

Mercenaries are constantly hunting you down, so make sure you’re on their list before entering the Arena. If they are looking for you, then you have the opportunity to fight them. Defeat one of them to unlock “Blood Sport.” There needs to be an active bounty against you for this to work.

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger

Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger
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This simple achievement involves upgrading the Adrestria for the first of many enhancements on your road to a fully decked-out ship. Go to the ship menu and upgrade anything you want to unlock the trophy! Upgrading the Javelin damage is a good idea to make encounters more manageable.

Fashion’s Creed

Fashion's Creed
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 81.02%

I discussed the achievement previously regarding equipping five legendary pieces of equipment. The only difference is that they need to be part of the same legendary set. After dealing with the cultists, you will have a legendary armor set from six of them, so equip it, and the trophy will pop up.

Aphrodite’s Embrace(Missable!)

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Aphrodite’s Embrace” is a missable achievement involving you deciding to spend the night with a character. There will be a heart prompt in the dialogue that will steer the conversation into a romantic fling. If you’re curious about who I slept with to get this achievement, here’s a laugh. I chose the older woman for giggles. It doesn’t matter who you choose; you only need to do it once.

One Head Down

One Head Down
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 76.43%

There are clusters of cultists around the Greek world, and defeating one will unlock the “One Head Down” trophy. Each one has six individual members who need snuffing out. The Eye of Kosmos is the first one available to start pursuing. Clues will lead to kills, and they are uncovered individually.

Birthright

Birthright
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 56.26%

Once you reach the Island of Thera, you must solve a puzzle to gain access to Atlantis and speak to Pythagoras. Reposition the mirrors accordingly to gain access, and then start a discussion to unlock the award. You will see it appear when your conversation with him is concluded.

Ramming Speed

Ramming Speed
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 80.16%

You want to ram a ship with the finishing blow to cleave it in half for this achievement. It must be the final blow and look out for enemy maneuvers. This might take some time to master, but you can get it during your first enemy ship encounter. Increase speed and use your ship to ram the side.

I Have The Power

I Have The Power
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 42.50%

First, unlock overpower in your skill tree to access all weapons. Increase the adrenaline meter in combat and execute an overpowered attack with every weapon type. These attacks are devastating and unique; you’ll need to use them for spears, swords, daggers, heavy blunts, heavy-bladed staffs, and bows.

War Master

War Master
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 67.53%

Seek out a region to weaken other than Megaris, and you should be paying attention to the region meter. Weaken their resolve by looting chests, burning supplies, and killing leaders. When the region is weak, you can confront and kill the leader to unlock this achievement.

Misthios in Training

Misthios in Training
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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 43.32%

Message boards contain many fun quests that give you more significant progression and rewards. Complete 20 bounties, Naval quests, or Contracts of War to effectively complete your training and unlock “Misthios In Training.”

Island Hopper

Island Hopper
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  • Rarity Level: Gold
  • Player Earned Percentage: 37.94%

This is a simple quest where you need to complete 20 objectives on the islands known as Pephka, Abantis, and Obsidian. It’s more of a grinding pursuit that will take some time, but only complete quests on those islands to unlock “Island Hopper.”

Infamous

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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 63.32%

Infamous” is an achievement you get from raising your bounty to the maximum level. Reckless behavior in enemy encampments by triggering alarms is a fast way to accomplish this. Attacking ships at sea can also increase your bounty to the max quicker.

Hero For Hire

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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 69.70%

Complete your first land conquest and take home the victory with an earned trophy. This excludes Megaris, which is a conquest found in the main story. Destabilize a region first by looting chests and killing leaders. From there, the battle will ensue, and you must win to unlock “Hero For Hire.”

Wrath of the Amazons

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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 51.50%

This is the same as cleaving the ship in half earlier, only this time you must do it with all women aboard your ship. Reference the earlier process and switch to all females in the ship menu. Female lieutenants aren’t necessary to unlock the achievement. Female crews can be found in loot and finishing various quests.

The Midas Touch

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  • Rarity Level: Bronze
  • Player Earned Percentage: 57.10%

First, you must attain a legendary item. Next, engrave it with a legendary effect to unlock this trophy. Engraving effects are unlocked through combat challenges. You will need to visit the blacksmith to accomplish this.

Conclusion: Odyssey Trophies Are Fun and Fulfilling

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is full of memorable trophies that are worth completing. The difficulty level isn’t hard, but you’ll still have to work the hours. It doesn’t feel daunting because the tasks are sensible. There is a good balance between sea, indoor, and outdoor landscapes with many objectives to complete. Getting the Odyssey platinum is a grind, but you’ll feel unstoppable with enhanced equipment that can cut through mythological creatures like butter.

I think not every game is worth pursuing to the ends of the Earth, but Odyssey was a delightful surprise that redefined the genre for me. Each challenge was satisfying and gave a sense of progression and meaning. Even the grinding moments were worth the effort, and I know it will be for you too! It’s epic while maxed out in this game, and the weapon system is enjoyable with versatile tactics and empowering upgrades. After completing the game in its entirety, you’ll feel as powerful as Zeus himself! Completing this trophy list will give you immense satisfaction, and your epic journey is on the horizon! 

FAQs

Question: How long will it take to get all trophies and earn the Platinum in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey?

Answer: The Platinum itself isn’t that difficult compared to some games, but it’s not entirely easy either. Assuming you have a guide, it will take around 80-100 solid hours to get the staple fifty trophies, give or take. On average, the campaign is rather long, at about 40 hours to complete.

Question: Are there missable trophies in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey?

Answer: Yes, there is a missable trophy known as Aphrodite’s Embrace, where if you neglect to sleep with a character, you will miss this trophy. There are countless opportunities to earn it, and it doesn’t require any skill to unlock.

Question: Is it worth it to unlock all Trophies In Assassin’s Creed Odyssey?

Answer: Odyssey is a gratifying Assassin’s Creed game with fast-paced, aggressive combat that makes it hard to put down. If you decide to go for Platinum, it will enhance your experience with more knowledge, challenges, and story developments. Some games beckon you to complete them, and I couldn’t ignore Odyssey. It is such a solid game you won’t feel like you’re working for trophies. Instead, you will have fun unlocking them.

Question: How many specific types of trophies are in Odyssey?

Answer: There is One Platinum, two Gold, ten silver, and thirty-eight bronze. Note there are other DLC Achievements you can unlock once the base game is completed. This expands Greece even further with extra mythological characters and serene settings worth checking out after completing the main medals.

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