Kingfisher & Robin Quest - Save Brother or Not Choice - Assassin's Creed Odyssey

The Kingfisher and the Robin quest in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey has a moral choice in it. Your choice will be between sparing Agapios’s brother Neritos, or killing him outright. Whatever you choose does not impact the game that much overall. The biggest consequence is whether one of the character dies or not, and really, how you see your character. Our AC Odyssey The Kingfisher and The Robin quest choice guide will show you what happens with either option. Needless to say, there will be spoilers; consider yourself warned.

Assassin's Creed Odyssey Kingfisher & Robin Quest - Save Brother or Not Choice
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Kingfisher & Robin Quest – Save Brother or Not Choice

AC Odyssey Kingfisher & Robin – Save Brother or Brother Can’t Be Saved – What to Choose?

Unlike some of the other choices in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, such as killing or sparing the village of Kausos or killing or sparing Nikolaos, Wolf of Sparta, the choice in The Kingfisher and the Robin choice is not that important in the grand scheme of things. It’s more just about how you want to play your character. Sure, this is important in a game like AC Odyssey. However, you won’t really suffer any particular setbacks no matter what you choose. Final spoiler warning; we’re about to discuss what happens in each of these choices, so turn back now if you want to go in blind.

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If you choose Only you can save your brother, Neritos will murder Agapios. If, on the other hand, you choose Your brother can’t be saved, you will kill Neritos. You’ll then have to battle against Neritos’s gang. Agapios will refuse to fight with you, but he will ultimately live. In fact, you’ll have to fight against Neritos and his men either way; the only major difference is whether or not Agapios lives. Really, the greatest impact is on how you see your character, and whether or not you want to play judge, jury, and executioner. After the battle, talk to Agapios and / or the magistrate to complete the quest.

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  1. N

    this game is so huge…

    1. J

      Indeed, it is.

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