As you explore the isles of Ancient Greece in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, you may come across the mysterious Ainigmata Ostraka riddles pointing you in the direction of some tasty treasure to earn. You’ll get no quest marker for these, meaning it’s up to you to hunt down the end spot for each. If you get stuck, you can always follow our guides instead. This time round we’re helping you find the location of the Fatal Attraction Ainigmata Ostraka treasure.
(There are plenty more Ainigmata Ostraka out there. Here’s where to find the Ashes to Ashes treasure location...)
Where to find the Fatal Attraction Ainigmata Ostraka treasure location
The riddle for the Fatal Attraction Ainigmata Ostraka can be found while exploring Ithaka in the Kephallonia Islands. View it in your inventory and you’ll read the following:
“If you retrace the steps of Odysseus and take the path north, you will find a goat farm in Ithaka where he once met Athena. She helped him with a disguise to reclaim his wife and kill her suitors. Find your reward on a slaughtered goat.”
As the clue indicates, the treasure you’re after is still located on Ithaka, so you won’t need to travel far to find it. Just remember that you need to have picked up the riddle first before you have the chance to collect the treasure. Open up your map and you’ll see a clear path which travels from the north to the south of the island. To start your path to the treasure, this is where you need to head.
Find the road and travel north up it until you find a goat farm. Remember the clue mentioning a slaughtered goat? Yep, you’re in the right place. There should be a dead goat easily visible here, and when you walk over to it you’ll be given the option to interact with the area, rewarding you with the riddle’s treasure. Simple enough, right?
With your prize in hand, you can tick off the Fatal Attraction Ainigmata Ostraka from your list, but there are plenty more out there to find in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Here’s our guide for where to find the Bottomless Lake Ainigmata Ostraka treasure location for example. More interested in absorbing the scenery? Click here to learn how to enter Photo Mode.Load Comments