The “Champion” Ostraka is one of the mysteries you’ll encounter while exploring Korfu. It’s part of the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla crossover story in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey and forms part of one of the final quests in the game. This guide explains how to resolve the Ostraka so you can get closer to unlocking one of the best rewards in the game.
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How to Get The Tablet on the Farmhouse Roof in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
The tablet for this Ostraka is located in Koiladi Farm, which you might have visited while completing the Power Corrupts All quest in the main storyline. You’ll find the tablet on top of the farmhouse roof next to some burned debris.
The Ostraka reads as follows. “A winner of many medals, you escorted this tipsy giant, and through smells of oil and rose petals, into the sea he went! Carry on to the east, and find me where the sharks had their tasty feast.”
It’s easy to work out just by reading this Ostraka that there are a few things to look out for. What stuck out for us was petals, the sea, east, and sharks. Put all that together, and it becomes clear that the solution is found somewhere to the east where sharks gather, so close to the sea. The petals will follow and are a great way to find the exact solution, but the sea and sharks and general direction should be enough to help anyone solve this Ostraka.
The Dock to the East (Farmhouse Roof Tablet Solution) in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey
As the Ostraka suggests, the solution lies east of where you found the tablet. Head that way along the nearby road until you come to the outermost part of the nearest town. Keep to the water and look at all the docks as you walk past.
The dock you’re looking for is the last one from the town’s entrance, with petals strewn all over it and a shark swimming nearby. Given the presence of sharks, it’s best to avoid swimming at this location. Use a ship if possible, but sticking to land is the safest way to travel. You’ll need to interact with the basket to resolve the Ostraka. See below for a map reference.