Delian League Cult of Kosmos Cultist Locations - Assassin's Creed Odyssey

Delian League is a branch of the AC Odyssey Cult of Kosmos. Like other lines of the Cult of Kosmos in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, the Delian League has five members, plus their leader, the Delian League Sage. This branch of the cult isn’t too difficult to find, with two being behind main story quests. However, they’re still all tricky opponents, not to be taken lightly. Plus, some of them are hidden behind side quests. So, let’s see where the cultists are in our AC Odyssey Delian League Cult of Kosmos cultist locations guide.

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AC Odyssey Delian League Cult of Kosmos Cultist Locations
AC Odyssey Delian League Cult of Kosmos Cultist Locations

Brison Delian League Cultist – Where to Find Cult of Kosmos

The Delian League cultist Brison is fairly easy to find. The first of the branch sometimes is. Brison is hiding out on the Isle of Salamina in Attika, the large island to the east of Athens. You’ll find him in the Salamis Marble Quarry area, in the north of the island. Brison is easy to recognize among the workers and guards by his fancy clothes; he wears a blue toga over a gray tunic. Expect for the guards to give you some tough resistance, and don’t forget to confirm the kill. This goes for every cultist you encounter. Your reward for killing Brison is the Legendary Athenian War Hero Gauntlets, a part of the Athenian War Hero armor set.

Podarkes the Cruel Location – Where to Find Delian League Cultist of Kosmos?

To unlock Podarkes the Cruel, the third in the Delian League line of the Cult of Kosmos, you’ll first have to start the Trouble in Paradise side quest on Mykonos. After that, you’ll have to complete the chain Kyra with a Cause (these quest names will be the death of me). When you complete that, you’ll unlock the side quest Hades, Meet Podarkes. This quest will guide you straight to the Leader House of Mykonos City. We found him sleeping on the top floor of the house. The reward for killing him is the Legendary Athenian War Hero Boots, and, of course, clues to the identities of the other cultists.

Rhexenor the Hand Delian League Cultist of Kosmos

Rhexenor the Hand is one of the two cultists of the Delian League that you’ll unlock by simply following the main story missions. You’ll come across him in Chapter 8, during the Public Opinion part. The quest chain where you meet Rhexenor the Hand is called A-Musing Tale. AT one point, the NPC Aikaterine will direct you right to him, to the Weapon Storage fort. Needless to say, Rhenxenor has a host of tough guards keeping him safe, so prepare for a lot of trouble. After you dispatch Rhexenor the Hand, you’ll get the Legendary Athenian War Hero Belt.

Cult of Kosmos Delian League – Iobates the Stoic

Iobates the Stoic is on Lemnos Island. It’s to the southwest of Lesbos, in Hephaistos Islands. We found him in the middle of the island (and the middle of nowhere), in the Green City area. However, it seems that he can roam around the area, so make sure you reveal him before going on the hunt. Alternatively, look for a very balding guy in a light blue tunic and with a five o’clock shadow. Killing him rewarded us with the Epic Tracker’s Gloves, but you can also get the Athenian War Hero Armor after killing him.

AC Odyssey Cult of Kosmos – Kodros the Bull – Delian League

There are several ways to getting Kodros the Bull. You can get the clue for finding him by either killing Podrakes or defeating Titos of Athens in the Arena. Or, you can follow the Chip on the Shoulder side quest in Lesbos, and you get to him by the end of it. However you choose to approach this, you’ll eventually find the location of Kodros the Bull on Lesbos. We found him in the woods of the Vineyard Canyon area. You’ll recognize him by his helmet with huge bull horns; he stands out. He was already fighting some other mercs when we found him, and we just kinda joined the fun. The others just left us alone after Kodros died. Killing Kodros the Bull gives you the Athenian War Hero Helmet.

Kleon the Everyman – Delian League Cult of Kosmos Sage

Kleon the Everyman is the easiest to locate of the bunch. Like Elpenor from the Eyes of Kosmos branch and Epiktetos the Forthcoming from the Silver Line branch, you’ll run into and kill Kleon by completing the main story missions. Specifically, you’ll get to murder Kleon during the last act of Chapter 8, right at the end of the Battle of Amphipolis. You’ll even get to choose how exactly you’re going to end the sorry sod as he begs for his life. After you kill him, you’ll get the Legendary Paris’s Bow, which is good.

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  1. A

    Anyone else having issues with Brison? The marker for him floats on the map and he’s not at the quarry!

  2. J

    I have played the game 3 times now and every time I go to mykonos to kill podarkes there are no side quests and he is not in the leader house I would love to be able to complete the game is there anything I can do to solve this problem?

    1. G

      I have the same problem about podarkes.. did you find a solution??

  3. K

    You do not have to do any quests to slay podarkes the cruel, he is sitting at a bar in the silver islands.

    1. L

      Which bar and which island? Delos or mykonos? Which city if to it taken remember. I’m sick of looking for him and not getting the rebel quest

    2. L

      Ok. Found it on Google. At tavern point

  4. O

    I found kodros at the leader house in lesbos I didn’t have to do any side quests or kill titos I just ran straight in there and killed him

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