The Boredom Bane was among the most intricately designed of maces in 1st century BCE Egypt. Fashioned out of a bright, mahogany wood, the mace's rich color was matched by its octahedronal head and ornate carvings all along its pole. Half of each face of the octahedronal head was painted with checkered patterns, such that the pattern alternated with the remaining, undecorated parts of the head.
Somewhat akin to a ceremonial mace, the Boredom Mace was specially crafted by worshippers of Ptah in Memphis, Egypt. The art recalled the role of Ptah in Memphis' religious narrative as A demiurge, the deity responsible for forging the universe through his artisanship.
|Rarity||Quality (Max Level 55)||Damage (Max Level 55)||Attributes||Availability|
|Common||113||528||Adrenaline on Kill I||Blacksmith, Loot|
|Nicely crafted by worshippers of Ptah in Memphis.|
Behind the scenes
The model of the Boredom Bane, a weapon in Assassin's Creed: Origins, shares the same model as the Diamond Exchange, another weapon in the same game. The model was recycled as the model of the Wooden Mace, a weapon in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, and its kind.