Assassin’s Creed Origins Abilities Guide: Hunter, Warrior, Seer
With the release of Assassin’s Creed Origins, Ubisoft is making some major changes to the franchise that might move forward to next installments if received well. We now have a more RPG like experience thanks to a leveling up system as well as a giant skill-tree that will define your character’s core abilities.
The skill tree is divided into three different classes – Hunter, Warrior, and Seer. You can spend your Animus Points towards any of one of these classes or mix and match for a more balanced Bayek. The following Assassin’s Creed Origins abilities guide will help you understand which abilities are available to you.
Assassin’s Creed Origins Abilities Guide
Assassin’s Creed Origins Hunter Abilities
Assassins Creed Origins Hunter abilities allow you to have a more traditional AC experience. These abilities are going to boost your bow skills and help add more abilities to your companion Senu.
Master Hunter: Increase damage of all your bows by 1%. You can buy this ability multiple times
Stealth Kill Streak: Chained Stealth kills increases the amount of XP you get
Bow Fury: After getting a stealth kill with your bow, you’ll have 3-second slo-mo window with your bow. This allows you to kill more than one enemy.
Elite Ranger: Jumping in the air while aiming your bow will trigger slow-mo.
Enhanced Light Bow: More stability while shooting
Enhanced Warrior Bow: Charge the shot and reduce its dispersion zone
Chain Assassination: Kill an enemy and throw his weapon at another enemy nearby
Headshot XP: Headshots grants bonus XP
Assassination XP: Kills grant more XP
Assassination Loot: Automatically loot an assassinated enemy
Eagle Tagging: Use Senu in the stationary mode to tag points of interests as well as enemies
Eagle Harass: While in stationary mode, look at an enemy and have Senu stun him. Senu can also harass enemies.
Bow Bearer: Equip a second bow
Arrow Retriever: Loot arrows stuck on your shield
Hunter’s Instinct: Mark an enemy, civilian, or animal using Senu to see which route they are taking
Assassin’s Creed Origins Warrior Abilities
The warrior class is less stealth and more action. If you a strong believer of “no one will notice if no one’ alive” moto of some AC players than invest in the Warrior abilities.
Master Warrior: Increase damage for all of your melee attacks by 1%. You can buy this ability multiple time.
Adrenaline 2: Your Adrenaline is filled by +25% at the beginning of each encounter.
Kill Loot: Automatically look an a killed enemy
Shield Charge: When locked on an enemy you can run faster and base enemies along the way. Your adrenaline will drain
Air Attack: Perform an air attack
Adrenaline 1: Your adrenaline is filled by +25% at the start of any encounter
Extend Combo: Deal one more melee attack to an enemy before they are able to recover.
Attack & Push: After a light attack you can perform a push attack combo
Overpower: When your adrenaline bar is full you can unleash the power of your weapon
Overpower XP: Using Overpower to kill enemies grants XP boost
Overpower Chainthrow: After killing an enemy Overpower attack you can throw that enemy’s weapon at a different target
Overpower Combo: After an Overpower attack you can chain light attacks
Overpower Ultra: Overpower deals more damage
Weapon Bearer: Equip second melee weapon
Charge Heavy Attack: Charge a heavy attack to deal more damage and break shields even. You can also knock enemies to the ground
Parry: Parry in shield mode
Regeneration: Regenerate during combat
Hijack: Pull enemy drivers off the mount and mount yourself
Assassin’s Creed Origins Seer Abilities
Seer class is made up of barter abilities; you’ll have a few tips and tricks up you sleeve.
Master Seer: Increase damage of your tools by an additional %1. This ability can be bought multiple times
Tool Kill XP: Get more XP with Tool tools
Backstore: You can purchase rare gear in shops
Salesman: Animal goods and trinkets can be sold for an extra 25%
Buy Materials: Purchase crafting materials from shops. Blacksmith and Weaver Shops sell different kinds of materials.
Chariot Owner: Buy War Chariots from stable shops
Flesh Decay: Infect dead bodies that will contaminate enemies
Berserk: Use this substance on a lower level unaware enemy and make him attack his allies
Animal Taming: After using a sleep dart on an enemy you can tame them to follow you
Poison Darts: Throw poison darts at enemies
Fire Bombs: Set enemies on fire
Smoke Screen Damage: Smoke Screen will cause damage to enemies
Sleep Darts: Throw sleep darts to knock out enemies
Dawn & Dusk: Use this to move time forward
Breath Holding Champion: Stay underwater for longer periods of time
Smoke Screen: Use these to affect enemy vision
Call Mount: Call your Mount (acquired by default)
Pyromaniac: 50% more fire damage