Welcome Immortals!
Over the next 20 weeks new exclusive Odyssey content and rewards will be released, building up to the SMITE World Championship Tournament in Atlanta, GA on January 9, 2015.
Roman
In ancient Rome, people believed that gods were actively involved in their everyday lives. The three supreme deities, known as the Capitoline Triad, were Jupiter (the supreme deity), Minerva (his daughter), and Juno (his wife). Other gods such as Mars, Mercury, Venus, and Cupid, also played major roles and represented different aspects of life, such as war, love, music, and beauty. The Romans held festivals for and brought offerings to their gods, such as Pax the goddess of peace.They believed that gods lived everywhere - in trees, in animals, by the side of the road, in a flower, in a stream, and in your house. Almost everything in Rome was driven by a spirit of some sort within it.
RUN.EXE
Mercury, equipped with his magic wand called the caduceus, is known as the messenger god, patron of eloquence and commerce, and the master thief. Mercury received the title master thief after he stole Apollo’s cattle as a baby and lied about his wrong doing. It’s said Mercury confessed his crime to Apollo, and gave Apollo his lyre as a sign of reconciliation. Is he dashing through Empire being mischievous again? We’re not sure, but it looks like he’s heading towards Rome!
THE COLOSSEUM
The Flavian Amphitheatre a.k.a the Colosseum was the largest and most magnificent amphitheatre in Rome. Built from 72-80 AD, it was commissioned by the Flavian emperor Vespasian and could hold an amazing 50,000 spectators! Event's ranged from gladiatorial fights, mock sea battles, and wild animal hunts. No stranger to fighting in the Arena of the gods, Mercury pauses to take in the sights and bask in the adoration of the crowd.
SESTERTIUS COIN
As a master thief, Mercury knows his way around coins. Roman coins were first mass produced in Italy around the 4th century BCE and lasted for around another 8 centuries before discontinuation. They come in various precious metals and sizes and their best known values are the Sestertii and the Denarii. The coins also functioned as a way to inform the empire about the latest rulers as the emperors’ facial profiles were depicted on each coin.
Norse
In Norse Mythology, the gods and the earth were created at the death of Ymir, the primordial deity and ice-giant. Before he was slain, the cow Audhumla, who was created with the same materials as Ymir, started to lick the salt off an ice block which in turn created the god Buri, who then immediately produced a son of his own, Borr. While Ymir fell asleep after drinking the cow’s milk, he too bore a son and a daughter out of his armpits and a six headed frost giant grew out of his feet. It was not too long before the frost giants and the gods did not get along with each other; the forces of good and evil were at war. One day Borr married the giantess Bestla, who gave them three mighty sons: Odin, Vili, and Ve. The trio decided to join their father, Borr, at defeating the frost giants, which they succeeded by killing the mighty Ymir. Thus, out of Ymir’s flesh the Midgard or the earth was created, of his blood the sea, of his bones the hills, and of his hairs the trees. With his skull the heavens were born and with the scattering of his brain the clouds. Odin, the sky-father, and his sons Loki and Thor, ruled the city of Asgard, home of the gods. Here they defended the advances of the evil frost-giants of Jotun-heim. Aesir, as the Norse gods were called, were full of courage and heroism.
Pixel Buster Freya
Freya has ventured into the realm of the 8 bit universe and has transformed her outfit entirely. She has returned to Asgard to continue her godly duties. As the goddess of love and beauty, she has not forgotten her role as the queen of the Valkyries. With her pixel sword she will claim and choose those heroic warriors fallen in battle and bring them to their honorable place among other warriors in Valhalla.
Viking Raider
Ships were a very important part in Viking society. They portrayed them in jewelry, coins, stones, and were even used as burial monument. These ships had the strength to survive strong ocean currents and even shallow waters. One of the most famous of these Longships was the Oseberg. This ship, with ornate animal carvings, was discovered in Norway as a viking burial site.
Current Prize Pool
$804,027

Each Odyssey item purchased will contribute towards the prize pool for the Tournament.

Every Friday a new destination will be reached, and a new piece of exclusive content released.

This content will only be available through the World Championship.

Collections

Purchasing Odyssey items will not only contribute to the 2015 World Championship prize pool, but also earn you exclusive rewards! These rewards will only be available during the Odyssey event.

In addition to exclusive rewards, every Odyssey purchase will award a free SMITE Treasure Chest! The next collection reward will be rewarded at 6 collection unlocks.

Roman

In ancient Rome, people believed that gods were actively involved in their everyday lives. The three supreme deities, known as the Capitoline Triad, were Jupiter (the supreme deity), Minerva (his daughter), and Juno (his wife). Other gods such as Mars, Mercury, Venus, and Cupid, also played major roles and represented different aspects of life, such as war, love, music, and beauty. The Romans held festivals for and brought offerings to their gods, such as Pax the goddess of peace.They believed that gods lived everywhere - in trees, in animals, by the side of the road, in a flower, in a stream, and in your house. Almost everything in Rome was driven by a spirit of some sort within it.

Norse

In Norse Mythology, the gods and the earth were created at the death of Ymir, the primordial deity and ice-giant. Before he was slain, the cow Audhumla, who was created with the same materials as Ymir, started to lick the salt off an ice block which in turn created the god Buri, who then immediately produced a son of his own, Borr. While Ymir fell asleep after drinking the cow’s milk, he too bore a son and a daughter out of his armpits and a six headed frost giant grew out of his feet. It was not too long before the frost giants and the gods did not get along with each other; the forces of good and evil were at war. One day Borr married the giantess Bestla, who gave them three mighty sons: Odin, Vili, and Ve. The trio decided to join their father, Borr, at defeating the frost giants, which they succeeded by killing the mighty Ymir. Thus, out of Ymir’s flesh the Midgard or the earth was created, of his blood the sea, of his bones the hills, and of his hairs the trees. With his skull the heavens were born and with the scattering of his brain the clouds. Odin, the sky-father, and his sons Loki and Thor, ruled the city of Asgard, home of the gods. Here they defended the advances of the evil frost-giants of Jotun-heim. Aesir, as the Norse gods were called, were full of courage and heroism.
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Chinese

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Hindu

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Greek

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Egyptian

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Mayan