Sea of Sand papyrus puzzle is one of the challenges in Assassin’s Creed Origins. It’s going to be one of the most difficult ones, at least if you haven’t unlocked a particular ability. You can find the scripture with the clue in a sacred place in the east, while the loot itself is more towards the middle of the map. Since finding it requires either a whole lot of patience, or a specific skill, we’re going to help you out by showing you the AC Origins Sea of Sand papyrus puzzle solution.
Temple of Horus papyrus location
The scroll can be obtained in the Temple of Horus, in the southeastern corner of Sapi-Res Nome, one of the eastern areas of Egypt. The temple itself is in the southeastern part of Letopolis, but it’s hard to miss. The papyrus is in the main chamber, on the floor next to the sphinx on the right, surrounded by offerings.
Sea of Sand riddle solution
Description: In South East of Iment Nome lies a broken ship. Pass time till morning, an X will mark my hiding spot.
As you can see, it’s pretty straighforward. Travel to Iment Nome (west of Sapi-Res Nome, in the middle of the map), and search for a derelict ship in its southeastern part. If you’ve already visited it, it will show as a fast travel point on the map. The ship is hard to miss, and you can use Senu’s abilities to speed up the process. Now that you’ve found it comes the hard part – you need to be there at dawn. If you don’t have the skill that lets you speed up time, it might be a long wait. Once the sun rises, look at where the masthead’s shadow is falling. It will be shaped like an X. Go there and you’ll find your reward.