Stone circles are special locations in Assassin’s Creed Origins. When you find one, you’ll have to solve a puzzle in which you allign the shape of a constellation with its position in the night sky. You will be rewarded with some experience points for your effort. There are twelve of them in total, and completing them all will unlock the Stargazer trophy. Since the map is truly vast, finding them all can be somewhat tedious. The star alignment puzzles aren’t a joke, either. In this guide, we’re going to show you all 12 AC Origins stone circle locations, to help you get the achievement.
Bayek’s Promise side quest
The circles tie into the story via a side quest called Bayek’s Promise. The quest requires you to visit and solve all 12 circles, which are dedicated to ancient gods and their constellations. The description hints that once you’re finished with all of them, you will gain access to a “long hidden secret”. We’re hoping it’s a Master Assassin armor.
Hathor stone circle
Location: Southeast of the sync point on the peninsula in Ka-Khem Nome, a province in the northeast. How to solve: The stars form the shape of a human figure lying on its side. The targeted spot is once again outside the cluster of stars you can see when you first interact with the stones.
Taweret stone circle
Location: About 1500m northwest from Euhemeria harbor, on the coast. How to solve: The constellation forms an M-shaped line. In order to match it, you’ll have to rotate about 90 degrees clockwise and move it to the a bit left and up, outside of the cluster you can initially see.