No Chains Too Thick is a Main Quest in Assassin’s Creed Origins – The Hidden Ones DLC. This walkthrough shows how to complete the quest.
- Travel to the Hidden Ones Bureau to debrief
- Find and rescue Tahra and Kashta
- Bring Tahira to Amunet’s camp
Once all of Rufio’s lieutenants are down, it is time to brief the Brotherhood about the current situation. Bayek makes his way to the Bureau and speaks to Tahira. Shortly after this, the Bureau will be attacked with fire-bombs and Tahira will get hurt under a wooden beam.
They manage to get her out, but while exiting through the hidden passage, they will be captured by the Romans. Bayek will wake up in a rather unfortunate situation, crucified in the sun.
Obviously, the game won’t conclude here, but we will get help quite soon. No one less then Aya (Amunet) will come to our aid.
Now it is Bayeks highest priority to get the whereabouts of his fellow Assassins, Tahira and Kashta. Luckily, Aya knows the location: they are being held at Fort Clostra.
This outpost is rather large and will feature about 30 guards in total. Like with all the other outposts, it is your best bet to call Senu and tag all enemies. Thin out their numbers, starting with the outer circle and then moving in closer. If you have already completed this location, you don’t have to worry about the captain and commander anymore.
Your two allies’ conditions couldn’t be more different. While Kashta is held in a cage and is able to walk and fight,
Tahira is heavily wounded and has to be carried and put horseback to get her out.
We will regroup with Aya a bit outside of the walls of the Fort and she will lead the way to a camp she has set earlier. Along the way we will get into a fight with Roman soldiers guarding another outpost, but this fight can be completed while horseback.
Aya’s camp is right around the corner and we will arrive there shortly after this battle-encounter. Sadly, Tahira won’t make it any longer.
Now it is up to Aya and Bayek to finally face Rufio in the upcoming quest, while Kashta tends to arrange Tahiras burial in the mountains.