Accuse Pausanias or Archidemos is one of the choices in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. You’ll have to choose which of the two kings of Sparta to accuse of being part of the Cult of Kosmos at the end of the Bloody Feast quest. You can collect proof against the guilty one, or just accuse either without any evidence. In this guide, we’re going to show you which king to accuse when the AC Odyssey Pausanias or Archidemos choice comes up, and how to get proof against them.
Accuse Archidamos or Pausanias in AC Odyssey?
The thing is, it doesn’t actually matter all that much which one you accuse. If you do everything the right way, collect evidence and accuse the right one, you’ll unveil him as a cultist, allowing you to kill him. If you lack evidence or accuse the wrong one, you’ll be kicked out of town and the guards will become hostile, but you’ll still unveil the cultist. In the grand scheme of things, it doesn’t make much difference.
However, if you want to do everything by the book, you should accuse Pausanias. He’s the member of the Cult of Kosmos. In order for the accusation to stick, you’ll have to gather evidence beforehand, though. This is an arduous task and requires you to make a bunch of correct choices in earlier quests – if you haven’t chosen correctly, there’s no fixing it now, unless you’re about to load a much earlier save and redo a bunch of stuff. Our AC Odyssey Bloody Feast quest guide contains some pointers, if you’re really that eager to do it.
After you’ve defeated Pausanias, you’ll get his sword, which is a legendary weapon. Go talk to the other king, and your name will be cleared, allowing you to walk the streets of Sparta once more.