Immortal set is one of the legendary armor sets in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. This outfit makes you look like a nightmare warrior, and is most probably based on various interpretations of how Herodotus decribed the Persian Immortals. It’s one of the better looking sets in the game, and the stats boosts and perks it provides are excellent. This guide is going to show you how to get AC Odyssey legendary armor – Immortal set, what it looks like and its stats.
How to get Immortal set?
In order to get the Immortal legendary armor set, you’ll have to beat up the Worshippers of the Bloodline. They’re a branch of the Cult of Kosmos – one of the easier ones to defeat, but still no walk in the park. There’s five of them carrying a piece of the set each. You won’t have to fight the head of the branch – they drop a legendary weapon, which makes them irrelevant in this case.
AC Odyssey legendary armor – Immortal outfit
There’s not a lot of info on the standard uniform the Persian Immortals wore, aside from Herodotus’ account. Different artists across the ages have presented them in different ways – Ubisoft decided to go with heavy armor and black masks. The mask is surely the main attraction here – a high-crowned helmet with a golden shawl wrapped around the base, with a mask that may be iron, but also might just turn out to be human flesh on a piece human skull. Best not to dwell on it.
The rest of the outfit is highly asymmetrical. The gauntlets consist of several layers, tied together with chain links – one is made of metal, the other is leather. The torso piece consists of a bunch of metal scales, with two leather belts across the chest. One shoulder pad is plain and fits the torso, while the other has golden plating and metal studs. The waist is covered in ornamented leather strips, with a yellow cloth falling towards one side. Finally, there’s a pair of leather boots with brass shin guards.
The set bonus you’ll get when wearing it will give you the ability to get 20% of your health back on death, with a 2 minute cooldown between activations. The pieces themselves have the following perks:
- Head: +15% warrior damage, +10% crit chance while low on health
- Arms: +15% warrior damage, +20% adrenaline per crit
- Torso: +13% warrior damage, +20% crit damage
- Waist: +15% warrior damage, +5% crit chance
- Legs: +15% warrior damage, +50% crit damage while low on health