AC Origins Underground Currents Papyrus Puzzle Guide

Assassin’s Creed Origins has a papyrus puzzle called Underground Currents. The scroll that starts it is in the Tomb of Battos, in the far northwest of the map. You’ll get there later on in the game, as it is a high level zone. The clue on the scroll is somewhat cryptic, so you might have trouble solving it. Don’t worry, though – we’re going to help you by showing how to solve AC Origins Underground Currents papyrus puzzle.

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Tomb of Battos Papyrus Location

Tomb of Battos is in the southern part of Kyrenaika (level 34-38 zone), in the far northwestern part of the map. This is the area where the city of Cyrene is situated. Head there, and go to the southern part of town, west from the grand arena.

Tomb of Battos is a rather large structure. It is circular and easy to distinguish from the surroundings. To get the papyrus from this tomb, you’ll have to get to the floor with the pool, tree large statues and lots of candles. The papyrus is on a table, close to the stairs on the corner.

Underground Currents Riddle Solution

Description: South of Cyrene, in the Green Mountains, there is a lake whose water comes from a magical stream. I’ll be at the source of the magic, where water flows from nothing.

If you look at the map south of Cyrene, you’ll easily spot a lake. Head toward the western part of this lake. This is the one mentioned in the first part of the riddle. It also has a fast travel point nearby that you should definitely activate.

Source of the magic mentioned in the puzzle is actually a waterfall west from this lake. If you go toward the top of this waterfall, you’ll notice that there is no river leading up to it – it flows from nothing. Just climb on top of it, and you’ll spot the loot.

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