Assassin’s Creed Odyssey contains Legendary Animals as boss fights, but none are more terrifying than the Kalydonian Boar in the Phokis region.
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey eases players into combat early on by pitting them against weaker enemies, but the Kalydonian Boar shows no mercy. Like most action role-playing games, players can pursue many activities with their preferred character in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. However, players that seek to complete the Legendary Animal hunts will meet a nasty surprise in Phokis, a region that is usually home to easier opponents and quests. Unprepared players can easily find themselves on the sharp end of this beast’s tusks, sending their Assassin into an early grave.
There are eight Legendary Animals to hunt in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, each more powerful than the last, depending on their region of origin. Each monster corresponds with a different Greek or Roman myth, pitting players against legends like the Lykaon Wolf, Kretan Bull, and the Nemean Lion. Not only does slaying these monsters grant players valuable rewards, but it places their Assassin in league with some of mythology’s greatest heroes.