Ah, the bustling streets of Baghdad in Assassin’s Creed Mirage, a city filled with mysteries, treasures, and of course, the intriguing Enigmas. These two-part puzzles are scattered throughout the city, beckoning players to embark on a treasure hunt. One such Enigma that has caught the attention of many is the “A Holy Hoard” located in the Harbiyah district of Assassin’s Creed Mirage.
Where To Find A Holy Hoard Enigma
The first part of this Enigma puzzle is to locate a cryptic message or drawing. But here’s the catch: you can’t just waltz over to the treasure location. The game insists on a bit of a chase. You need to have A Holy Hoard Enigma clue in your inventory first; otherwise, the treasure won’t spawn.
As you head from the Prince’s Gate towards the Round City wall, keep your eyes peeled for an inviting open door on the northern side of the road. If you’re having trouble, just look towards the Prince’s Palace to the north for orientation. Once inside, a quick glance to the left reveals the Enigma clue, tucked away in a quaint wall alcove. The drawing might seem a bit rudimentary at first, but trust me, it’s a pretty accurate representation once you start connecting the dots.
Assassin’s Creed Mirage A Holy Hoard Enigma Solution
The term “holy” in the A Holy Hoard Engima’s title is a subtle nudge towards the Nestorian Monastery, located directly north of the city. This serene location also houses a Lost Book and a Tale of Baghdad collectible, making it a hotspot for treasure hunters. Upon arriving at the monastery, head northeast. Your destination? A solitary tree by the Tigris River. Here, nestled under a tree next to a boat, you’ll find the Tan Abbasid Knight dye, waiting to be claimed.