War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka - Assassin's Creed Odyssey

The War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka in Assassin's Creed Odyssey points players to an engraving hidden on the Isle of Salamis.


There are a few ways that Assassin's Creed Odyssey players can create the most powerful hero Ancient Greece has ever seen, and one of them involves tracking down Ainigmata Ostraka rewards in order to earn new engravings. One such mini-quest, titled War Eagle, sees players seeking an engraving hidden on the Isle of Salamis in Attika.

War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka

The first and only real step to solving the War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka riddle is to head into the inventory and read the clue phrase written on the tablet:

Sounds easy enough, right? The clue references a location on the Isle of Salamis, a point almost perfectly situated between the Kraneion Plains to the west and the Port of Piraeus to the east. Near the island's southern shore, in a location found just south of the Ruined Sanctuary of Ajax, players will spot the foundation of a ruined sanctuary. Though few other features remain, the stone slab notably still plays host to a massive statue of a perched eagle.

Approach it, then use the Interact button to claim the reward: an Engraving that adds one second to a weapon's Burning duration.

The War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka is but one of many other treasure hunts featured in Ubisoft's latest open world release. Players can learn more about the others, plus brush up on loads of information concerning mechanics, gear, quests, and more, by heading over to Shacknews' extensive Assassin's Creed Odyssey walkthrough and guide.

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