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Assassin’s Creed Syndicate – Where to Find Sea Silk

If you’re trying to craft some of the higher-level items in the game, you’ll need this hard to find item.
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While it’s possible to find a good number of items and gear as you play through the story of Assassin’s Creed Syndicate, there are a few high level items that must be crafted. Many of the supplies you need to craft these items are easily found as you play through the game. However, there is one item that can be especially difficult to find if you don’t know where to look. 

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Some of the higher-level items require sea silk in order to craft. Luckily, we’re going to tell you where you can find sea silk so you can craft these items. The easiest place to locate sea silk is on a ship in the Thames River. It’s locked inside a gold chest, which means you need to have Lockpicking skills unlocked to obtain the item. It’s located next to a shop and a vantage point, as you can see in the screen shot below. If you haven’t already completed the Tom Eccleston Templar Hunt, the sea silk is located due east of the waypoint for that activity. 

For more tips, visit Prima’s Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Walkthrough.


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Bryan Dawson
Bryan Dawson has an extensive background in the gaming industry, having worked as a journalist for various publications for nearly 20 years and participating in a multitude of competitive fighting game events. He has authored over a dozen strategy guides for Prima Games, worked as a consultant on numerous gaming-related TV and web shows and was the Operations Manager for the fighting game division of the IGN Pro League.