This section of our walkthrough for Assassin's Creed Odyssey contains a list of all the missions that have been added to the game along with Old Flames Burn Brighteradventure. This is one of several adventures from "The Lost Tales of Greece" series. During it, you will meet with your old friend.
Where We Left Off
You will start your adventure in Arkadia.
To start the mission, you have to talk to Anais. The romance dialog lines are available from the beginning of the conversation.
Your objective is to learn where your loved one is hiding. She hid in the cereal, near the road on which a car with bales stands.
After a short conversation with Anais, you will go with her to the beach. Quickly call your horse, because your friend won't wait for you.
After reaching the beach, you will get a new objective. You have to jump into the water and collect shells for your beloved.
You will encounter two sharks. Get rid of them or you won't get the shells.
After giving the gift, you will spend some time with her. Unfortunately, after that, you will learn the sad news. This completes the mission.
Your next task is to find the son of Anais. He hides from his parents in Den of Lykaon.
Once you find him, return with the boy to his mother. The best way to do that is to call your horse and ride to Anais. A lot of wild animals are roaming the areas near the cave. They will attack you if you wait for too long.
This mission opens with a long conversation with Anais, during which you will be able to romance her.
After talking with the woman, you have to go to her son. Depending on the decision:
- farmer - you have to collect some crops, set fire to some hay stacks and kill some chickens;
- warrior - shoot at targets, find a stick for the sword and train the child.
When you do this, the mission will end.
A Night in Tegea
This mission begins with an investigation. Check the house and the surrounding area carefully.
Once you conclude the investigation, go to Anais. She is waiting for you near Tegea. There, speak with your loved one and with the residents of the camp.