Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Arena Guide – All Champion Fights

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Arena Guide

In this Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Arena Guide, we will show you how to defeat all the bosses in the arena fights to complete these quests. This guide will showcase what type of enemies and their powers you will have to face in the battle, and the various enemy waves you will have to endure.

Arena in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey is a theater where the best of the best come to fight and showcase their combat abilities. The Arena fights also include certain quest you have to complete to progress in the story.

You can access the arena after you defeat Talos and get an Arena invitation. This invitation is received after you achieve Player Level 27, this invitation will be a quest to visit the arena and is called They Just Want Cruelty.

In this quest, you are required to face five of the most brutal Arena champions in Greece. Before you face any of the champions, you will have a choice to choose any that you prefer. This is where it is wise to choose a champion that is equal to your level or below, as any higher level enemy will be tough to defeat.

The Arena has its own hazards with lethal spikes and fire barricades. In addition, you first have to fight waves of enemies before the final boos actually shows up.
After you have defeated the Champion, you will be rewarded with an Epic or Legendary gear, and this includes armor sets as well.

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Arena Guide – All Bosses

Here are all the champions you will face in the Arena. We will also highlight what level the champions are at, what kind of enemy waves you will face, and what hazards are placed around inside the Arena.

Klaudios, the King of Bandits

This champion is Level 22 and the enemy types that will come in waves are Bandits. The Arena is filled with spiked pillars that are rising out of the ground. The first wave of Bandits that you will face is fairly easy, but the waves get stronger and tougher to handle once the waves come in progression.

When Kaludios eventually shows up, his combat tactics include smoke bombs and attacking when you least expect him to. In addition, Klaudios is wielding dual daggers that can deal you poison damage.

Belos, The Beast of Sparta

This champion is Level 29 and the enemy types that will come in waves are Spartans. In this fight, you will face 4 waves of Spartan enemies that you will have to defeat before the champion shows himself.

Once the champion, Belos does show up, you will find him wielding an axe and a shield to perform shield slams, sweep strikes and powerful overhead strike. The best way to inflict damage on Belos is to use fire weapon for fire damage.

Defeating Belos, who is the Beast of Sparta will give you credit for eliminating the cultists as well.

Evanthe, The Huntress

Evanthe will come twice to fight you in the Arena. The first time you will have to fight her bandits. And the second time when she brings in enemies with tamed animals that you have to fight before facing Evanthe herself.

At champion Level 22 the enemy types that will attack are bandits. The arena has an extra obstacle as spiked pillars in addition to the spiked perimeter along the Arena.

The best way to defeat these enemies is to push them into these spiked pillars and using them to your advantage.

At Level 36, the arena will be offering a few short barricades that provide a little cover. The first wave of enemies comes with Wolves that you have to fight. The second wave brings more enemies but this time with a Lynx. A third wave will again bring the wolves that you will have to defeat.

Finally, the last wave will bring in bears. All the while you will have to watch out for archers that will be attacking you with flamed arrows.

After you have cleared all the waves, Evanthe will show herself up and come to fight you. This champion wields a spear for close combat and a bow for long range attacks. Both her attacks deal inflicts fire damage on you.

Titos, The Rock of Athens

This champion is Level 43 and the enemy types that will come in waves are Athenians. The Arena is decorated by menacing spinning fire pillars that you will have to be careful about. the enemy waves can be challenging and you will have to complete each wave to finally face the champion.

Titos comes after the waves and wield a shield and spear. Additionally he throws fire bombs and fire arrows. His movement is fast with variety of ranged attacks. The best away to inflict damage on to Titos is to use Heavy attacks or attacks that stagger his shield.

Vasilis, The King of the Arena

This champion is Level 50 and there are a mix of enemy types that will come in waves to attack you. In this final battle of the Quest, the arena has all the hazardous obstacles from the previous champions, as well as a spiked death pit. The enemy waves that come feature a mix of every type of enemy, as they all answer to the King of the Arena.

After facing the waves, Vasilis will show up and will be wielding a shield and sword. His attack types include leaping attack, and combo attacks. In addition, he also inflame his weapons which will deal fire damage on you.

Vasilis will drink a health potion whenever his health gets too low, this is the best chance to keep your attacks up and not give him a change to regenerate his health. Defeating Vasilis ends the Quest: They Just Want Cruelty

Skoura, Hero of the Arena

This fight is not a part o the quest but you are offered a fight with Skoura the old man himself which will reward you Skoura’s Spear.

This champion is Level 50 and he comes with no enemy waves. You will only fight the champion himself.

Skoura wields a spear and has a combination of knockout attacks to throw you off guard. He comes with a lot of health which tells you that the battle will be a long one. The best way to defeat Skoura is to keep the attacks consistent until his health drops down completely.

This concludes our Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Arena Guide. Feel free to comment below.

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