An Actor’s Life for Me
Here is your comprehensive guide to complete the An Actor’s Life for Me mission in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
Step 1: Speak to Aristophanes
- Visit Perikles’s residence and speak to Aristophanes. He will explain his plan and the need for Thespis. During the conversation, gather information about Thespis.
Step 2: Find Thespis’s house
- Leave Perikles’s Residence and head to Thespis’s house. It is located in Greater Athens near the Agora. When you reach the Agora, call Ikaros to scout the area. Look across the small river running through this part of the city, where you’ll find an Athenian guard rummaging through Thespis’s belongings.
Step 3: Gather information from the guard
- Engage with the guard and gather information from him. You have the option to threaten him, have him join the Adestria, or let him go. Note that this choice will not have long-term effects, but if he joins the crew, he will become a new lieutenant.
Step 4: Head to the tavern
- From Thespis’s house, go left and down the stairs. At the end of the stairs, turn right. Proceed straight and take another right at the next path with a small set of stairs. Follow the path down and then turn left into the tavern.
Step 5: Speak to Thespis
- Inside the tavern, locate Thespis, who will be sitting and rambling at a table surrounded by Athenian guards in an orange robe. The officers are reluctant to let him go. You have three choices: threaten them, let them go, or pay them.
- If you choose to pay them, it will cost you 600 drachmae but will avoid any combat. After satisfying the guards, proceed to the next step.
- If you choose to threaten them or let them go, be prepared for a fight against the guards before proceeding.
Step 6: Escort Thespis
- After dealing with the guards, carry Thespis back to his house. Thespis will refuse to perform without his muse in attendance, leading to the end of the mission.
Congratulations! You have completed the mission An Actor’s Life for Me in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Good luck with your further adventures in ancient Greece!