The War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka is one of several collectibles that can be found in the region of Attika in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Each Ainigmata Ostraka contains a clue for finding a hidden Engraving somewhere nearby. If you’re stuck on this riddle and need a nudge in the right direction, don’t worry. In this guide, we’ll explain how to find and solve the clue written on the War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey so that you can earn a new Engraving and be on your way.
To obtain the War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka itself, you’ll need to make your way to Attika (Athens). The War Eagle collectible is found at the Salamis Marble Quarry on the Isle of Salamis. Look for small living quarters with blankets and clay pots on the north end of the quarry. You’ll find the War Eagle tablet on top a small woven container. Use Ikaros to scan the area ahead of time to find the Ainigmata Ostraka easier.
War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka Solution
The War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka reads: “Here on the Isle of Salamis, a great warrior’s legacy is remembered. Take the road south and look for a ruined sanctuary. I can be found in its vicinity on a statue of an eagle.”
Do as the War Eagle clue says and follow the road leading south of the quarry. Locate a historical site called the Ruined Sanctuary of Ajax, which is marked by the red Ruins icon on the map.
Just south of the ruins a short distance away, you’ll spot a marble statue of an eagle. Inspect the eagle statue to complete the War Eagle Ainigmata Ostraka and unlock a new Engraving upgrade.
If you’re looking to add more Engravings to your list, be sure to check out some of the other Ainigmata Ostraka guides on our main Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Guide hub.