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|“||Get the fuck off my streets.||„|
|~ The Monger|
The Monger is a supporting antagonist in video game Assassin's Creed: Odyssey.
During the Peloponnesian War, The Monger gained power and ruled the streets of Corinth in Greece. At one point, he met the Space Cosmos he had joined because the organization found his influence useful. In 431 BC he was present at the meeting of the worshipers in their sanctuary at the Delphi Temple. He ordered Brison to kill Fidias, the famous sculptor. Then, by force, he forced him to do this task, beating him and burning his hand. Alexios watched the whole situation.
At one point, The Monger would choose the hectare of Corinth as his goal, which would bring him profit. Alexios examined his hiding place, where he found oil and chains. It was the "cave of debauchery" of The Monger. Seeing his tyranny at Corinth, he allied himself with the heteroses and the spartan soldier of Brazil. He began to murder his people, and then burned his weapons warehouse, which he sold to soldiers, cutting him off from profit and reducing his influence in Corinth.
Then Alexis confronts The Monger, but first the player must decide how he wants to kill him. Brasil proposes to kill him quietly in order to avoid anarchy in the city, while heteria Anasthousa wants to murder in the amphitheater in front of the people. Depending on the choice, the antagonist dies in various circumstances.