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Papyrus Puzzles were a series of scrolls found by the Medjay Bayek in Egypt during the 1st century BCE. Hidden across the country, these puzzles led Bayek to various locations where he would find treasures containing drachmae, weapons and gear.

The Riddles

The Papyrus Puzzles were a set of twenty-five riddles in various places across Egypt. Each riddle in the puzzle had vague clues that led to a particular location.

These were:

Completing all resulted in Bayek receiving a final one:

In 38 BCE, Bayek had become a Hidden One, and reached Sinai, where he found four additional papyrus puzzles:



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