Total War Saga: Troy Victory Conditions Guide – Achilles, Hector, Paris, Agamemnon, And More

Total War Saga Troy Victory Conditions

There are 8 playable characters in Total War Saga: Troy and each hero has its own campaign. It takes a ton of effort, requires resources, and influence to complete the campaigns and win. In this guide, we will discuss the victory conditions of all heroes/characters in Total War Saga: Troy.

All playable characters:

  • Achilles: Leader of Phthia
  • Aeneas: Leader of Dardania
  • Agamemnon: Leader of Mycenea
  • Hector: Leader of Hector’s Trojans
  • Menelaus: Leader of Sparta
  • Odysseus: Leader of Ithaca
  • Paris: Leader of Paris’ Trojans
  • Sarpedon: Leader of Lycia

Total War Saga: Troy Victory Conditions

Usually, a character has two victory types and each type has its own victory conditions. To win you need to meet certain victory conditions in Total War Saga: Troy.

King Agamemnon

King Agamemnon kicks off the Total War Saga: Troy campaign with Mycenae and Tiryns regions. Some of the neighboring factions are friendly, especially those who are powerful are allies to King Agamemnon. The king wants more regions and factions to be under his control, he is a menace in the land and a fierce leader. King Agamemnon can get the Total War Victory and the Hemoric Victory in Total War Saga: Troy.

Homeric Victory

For the Homeric Victory, you need to complete 13 epic missions with King Agamemnon. Beat or confederate Troy, Paris, and Hector of Troy, and Troy Factions; hold down the settlements of Troy and maintain 60% Achaean influence in  Ide, Ilion, Troas, Dardania, Melas, Mycenaeca, Tirynthia, Argolis, Arcadia & Pylos, and Aegialeia.

Total War Victory

Takedown your first enemy faction; occupy, sack, or race 100 settlements, control Mycenae, Troy, and Knossos either directly or through allies.

Prince Hector of Troy

Hector is a builder and specializes in defensive structures and military alliances. Prince Hector of Troy is the perfect character for defensive players who prefer strategic annihilation. Just like King Agamemnon, Hector of Troy has two types of victories, Homeric Victory and Total War Victory.

Homeric Victory

To get the Homeric Victory you need to complete 12 epic missions. Beat or confederate Sparta, Mycenae, Ithaca, and Phthia.

Total War Victory

Beat your first enemy faction; occupy, race, or sack 100 settlements; control Troy, Knossos, Mycenae either directly or through allies.

Achilles

Swift-footed Achilles, legendary hero of the Iliad is a mighty warrior, the best in the world. His seeming invincibility in combat is the subject of much and conjecture; the legend claims that his mother, the sea-goddess Thetis, granted him invulnerability. The following are victory conditions for Achilles.

Homeric Victory

Complete all of the steps of your Hero’s epic mission chain. Make sure you destroy or confederate Hector of Troy, Troy, and Paris of Troy. Get to rank 27 with Achilles. Once you meet these requirements you will get the Homeric Victory for Achilles.

Total War Victory

Defeat your first enemy faction. You need to control Troy, Mycenae, Knossos either directly or through allies. Occupy, raze, or sack 100 settlements. If you manage to meet these victory requirements you will get the Total War Victory.

Odysseus

Shrewd and resources Odysseus, ruler of Ithaca is a brilliant diplomat and a trusted advisor to the kings of Achaea. He is a formidable combatant in his own right, Odysseus nevertheless preferred to employ subterfuge and guerilla tactics to defeat his enemies. The following are the victory conditions of Odysseus.

Homeric Victory

Complete all of the steps of your hero’s epic mission chain. Make sure to destroy or confederate Hector of Troy, Troy, and Paris of Troy. Get to rank 27 with 1 Agent.

Total War Victory

Defeat your first enemy faction. Occupy, raze, or sack 100 settlements. Make sure to control Troy, Knossos, and Mycenae either directly or through allies.

Menelaus

The Glorious Menelaus is the king of Sparta. He is the younger brother of Agamemnon and the husband of Helen. When Paris of Troy seduced his wife and fled with her to Troy, Menelaus joined his brother’s alliance to seek revenge. The following the Victory Conditions of Menelaus in Total War Saga: Troy.

Homeric Victory

Complete all of the steps for your Hero’s epic mission chain. Make sure you destroy or confederate Hector of Troy, Paris of Troy, and Troy. Capture Helen and hold two settlements; Troy and Knossos.

Total War Victory

Defeat your first enemy faction in Total War Saga: Troy.  Occupy, raze, or sack 100 settlements. Control Troy, Knossos, and Mycenae either directly or through allies.

Hector of Troy

Hector of the Shining Helm, champion of Troy and hire to King Priam, had already made a name for himself at the onset of the Trojan War as one of the finest warriors of his time. He led his father’s armies to great success. The following are the Victory Conditions of Hector of Troy in Total War Saga: Troy.

Homeric Victory

Complete all of the steps of your Hero’s epic mission chain. Make sure you destroy or confederate Sparta, Ithaca, Phthia, and Mycenae. Meet these conditions to get the Homeric Win for Hector of Troy.

Total War Victory

Defeat your first enemy faction. Occupy, raze, or sack 100 settlements. Control Troy, Mycenae, and Knossos either directly or through allies.

Paris of Troy

Paris is the son of King Priam and the younger brother of Hector of Troy. He became the sole reason for the Trojan War after he seduced Helen, the wife of Menelaus. He fled with Helen to Troy, his romantic hubris cause the war. He specializes in ranged combat, his faction has some of the best archers in the world. The following are the Victory Conditions of Paris of Troy.

Homeric Victory

Complete all of the steps of your Hero’s epic mission chain. Make sure you control Sparta, Ithaca, and Mycenae. Have at least 600 Favour of Aphrodite to get the Homeric Victory with Paris of Troy.

Total War Victory

Defeat your first enemy faction. Occupy, raze, or sack 100 different settlements. Control Troy, Knossos, and Mycenae either directly or through allies.

Aeneas

The mighty warrior Aeneas is the son of the love-goddess Aphrodite the first cousin of Priam, and second only to Hector in military prowess among allies of Troy. His faction is an infantry based with big variety of decent cheap light units that be used in human wave attacks. The following are the Victory Conditions of Aeneas in Total War Saga: Troy.

Homeric Victory

Complete all of the steps of your Hero’s epic mission chain. Make sure you destroy or confederate Sparta and Mycenae. Have at least 300 Favour with Aphrodite, 300 Favour with Apollo, 300 Favour with Ares, 300 Favour with Athena, 300 Favour with Hera, 300 Favour with Zeus, and 300 Favour with Poseidon

Sarpedon

Hailing from the land of Lycia in Asia Minor, the legendary hero Sarpedon was renowned on both sides of the Aegean for his valor and prowess in battle. His faction is fast and has light troops armed with armor-piercing weapons and mobile chariots. Below you will find Victory Conditions of Sarpedon.

Homeric Victory

Complete all of the epic missions and make sure you destroy or confederate Sparta, Knossos, and Mycenae. Have at least 50 Minoan Relics, 50 Celestial Iron, and 50 White Granite.

Total War Victory

Defeat your first enemy faction. Occupy, raze, or sack 100 different settlements in Total War Saga: Troy. Make sure you control Troy, Knossos, and Mycenae either directly or through your allies.

Total War Saga: Troy Victory Conditions guide is now complete and fully updated. If you are interested in learning more about the game then you can check out our guide on troop replenishment. If you need more help with the game check out the Wiki page.

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