Assassin’s Creed Origins: The Leaning Tower Papyrus Puzzle Solution

This one’s next to a leaning tower in Faiyum

The Leaning Tower is yet another of the awesome Papyrus Puzzles located throughout the Assassin’s Creed Origins world. I recently found out that there are twenty five of these Papyrus Puzzles, I only thought that there where ten. I’ve got quite a bit of Papyrus solving left to do.

The Leaning Tower Papyrus Puzzle can be found in Faiyum. The puzzle scroll can be found in the Serapeion of Karanis, you might actually encounter this place if you start the side quest ‘Murder in the Temple’. Enter the building and climb up the statue with the green paint on it. Turn left at the head of the statue and follow the walkway to a balcony, you should see the papyrus scroll on a table next to a bed.

The Leaning Tower Papyrus cryptic clue reads: “In Faiyum, north of Dionysias Caravanserai there is a tower with a hole by its feet. It’s in need of support, so I site behind it, but the wooden beams seem more helpful.”

unfortunately this cryptic clue wasn’t really a great help but if you fast travel to the Dionysias fast travel point and look north, then use Senu your ever helpful eagle to spot the leaning tower. It will be north of the Dionysias fast travel point, if you use Senu you should be able to spot it.

Once you spot the leaning tower put a custom marker on it, hop on your trusty stead and head to that location. When you reach the tower you should see the wooden supports mentioned in the cryptic clue, the treasure is located on the opposite side of the tower, it is hiding in a little bush thing.