If you’re looking to increase your collection of Engravings in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, then you’ll want to take the time to track down A Finger Tip, one of the Ainigmata Ostraka tablets found in Phokis. Follow the guide below to learn where to pick up the Ainigmata Ostraka for A Finger Tip and how to find its loot in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey.
Before you can go searching for its treasure, you must first pick up the A Finger Tip Ainigmata Ostraka within Desphina Fort, a fortified fortress found in the region of Phokis. Desphina Fort is the huge stronghold located in the northwest section of the Hill of the Sacred War region. You’ll find the tablet near a table of offerings at the base of a statue of a man with a golden snake. Use Ikaros to fly over and tag the Ainigmata Ostraka so that you can find it easily.
A Finger Tip Ainigmata Ostraka Solution
With A Finger Tip in tow, you can now try to solve its riddle. Here’s what A Finger Tip says: “In the Valley of the Snake lies a giant half buried. From where his mossy finger points, head north to the peak where I can be found.”
The half-buried giant in the riddle refers to the statue found at the Tomb of Tityos in the Valley of the Snake. The finger on the giant statue points in the direction of Grand Mount Parnassos to the north.
Make your way up the east side of Grand Mount Parnassos, around where the end of the word “Mount” is written on the in-game map. Look for a bed of wooden planks at what appears to be the remains of a campsite to solve the Ainigmata Ostraka for A Finger Tip and earn a new Engraving.
If you’re on the hunt for more Ainigmata Ostraka, visit our Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Guide for more tutorials.