In a quest that seems controversial to include in this day and age, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Citizenship Test asks you to help out a pal of a pal. If you cast your mind back, you’ll remember Alkibiades. You met Alkibiades during a rather promising position back in Athens, but now it seems like he needs your help for something else entirely.
You see his friend Sophanes wants to become an Athenian citizen. Of course, because you’re a good person and all, you decide to offer and help Alkibiades and Sophanes out by forging his name on the register. Granted, Spartans are close to knocking down the walls of Athens at this point in time, so naturally, we’re not sure why anyone would want to become a citizen right at that moment but, you’re the boss Ubisoft.
But that’s not the point. Sit down, relax, get a cuppa tea and we’ll tell you just how easy it is to complete this quest.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Citizenship Test Guide: How To Complete It
- The first step is easy: talk to Alkibiades. He’ll be around Athens and is pretty easy to find.
- He’ll tell you to head to the Agora of Athens.
- This is where you’ll find the ledger where you can forge Sophanes name inside.
- Head back to Alkibiades to confirm a job well done.
- Your Reward: Drachmae, EXP and the Waist Armor named ‘Agora’s Belt’.
But before you get too confident, don’t. There are a lot of guards prowling around the Agora of Athens. They can be missed if you’re stealthy enough, but take heed all the same as a group of enemies rushing at you isn’t always that fun.
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