Leaning Tower is one of many papyrus puzzles in Assassin’s Creed Origins. The scroll that starts the treasure hunt is located in Faiyum, in the Sarapeion of Karanis. It will point you to the general location of the prize, but the description doesn’t make much sense. If you’re stuck, our AC Origins Leaning Tower papyrus puzzle walkthrough will help you get through it.
Sarapeion of Karanis papyrus location
Travel to the northeastern part of Faiyum. The location you’re looking for is on the coast, and it’s called the Sarapeion of Karanis. Enter the building and climb up the desecrated statue. Turn left when you reach the head, and you’ll see a walkway leading to the balcony. Follow it and you’ll find the papyrus on a small table next to a shelf.
Leaning Tower riddle solution
Description: In Faiyum, north of Dionysias Caravanserai there is a tower with a hole by its feet. It’s in need of support, so I sit behind it, but the wooden beams seem more helpful.
The first part of the description is spot on. Travel to the west side of the bay in Faiyum, east of the fast travel point. The tower is by the road near the coast – it’s white, leaning and it has a large cross on the top. You probably won’t miss it. The description says it sits behind it as support, but admits the wooden beams are probably doing all the work. Stands to reason it’s near the beams, right? Wrong. The prize is actually on the opposite side – the one that doesn’t need support. You’ll find it in the corner to the left of the door.