The Minoan Poppy Pin was a mace which originated from the Minoan civilization on the island of Krete. The mace was named for its heritage as well as the similarity of its head to the seedpod of the poppy flower.
By the time of the Ptolemaic dynasty, the mace had made its way to Egypt where it was still as effective of a weapon as it had been millennia before. During his hunt for the Order of the Ancients, the Medjay Bayek of Siwa commonly found this weapon in the inventories of blacksmiths and on bodies and in chests during his travels throughout Egypt.
|Rarity||Quality (Max Level 55)||Damage (Max Level 55)||Attributes||Availability|
|Common||115||535||Adrenaline on Kill I||Blacksmith, Loot|
|This Cretan mace from the Kaphti kingdom made its way into Egypt to replicate what it did home; breaking skulls.|
Behind the scenes
The Minoan Poppy Pin, a weapon in Assassin's Creed: Origins, shares the same model as the commonly found Bronze Bludgeon, another weapon in the same game. The model of these was recycled as the Heavy Mace, a weapon in Assassin's Creed: Odyssey, and its kind.