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Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – Where to Get Orichalcum for Sargon

Orichalcum is used at one particular merchant in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, and he happens to be the one with the best stuff. Getting Orichalcum to trade to Sargon, the Oikos of the Olympians vendor. Below we’ll show you the best way to get Orichalcum in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey so you can get your hands on all those Epic and Legendary-grade goodies.

How to Get Orichalcum in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Assassin's Creed Odyssey Orichalcum Quest

There are a few ways to find Orichalcum in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey. Arguably the easiest is just finding it on the ground. You can find Orichalcum Ore out in the wilds of Greece. However, it’s relatively rare, so you can’t really depend on just happening upon it to get a regular supply.

The best way to get Orichalcum is to visit the message boards you find in each settlement. Here, you’ll discover mercenary work, some of which rewards you with Orichalcum. You’ll know you’re taking a mission that rewards the ore because of the little blue icon beside the mission name.

Most of the time these missions are a bit more difficult than the standard fare and will usually come with a timer.

Where to Spend Orichalcum in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Assassin's Creed Odyssey Olympian Gift

Once you have some Orichalcum Ore Fragments, you can pop over to Sargon’s shop. You’ll find it in the city of Phokis, and there’s a good chance you’ll run across it by accident early in the game.

Sargon’s inventory changes weekly and usually contains three pieces of Epic gear and one piece of Legendary equipment at your level. Epic gear can cost 40-50 Orichalcum Ore Fragments, while Legendary-grade can require 80 or more.

The most exciting item in Sargon’s shop, though, is the Olympian Gift. For 20 fragments of Orichalcum Ore, you can get a random Epic or Legendary item. This could be armor, weapons, or even cosmetic items for your ship, horse, or crew. This can include items from the store that would typically cost real money.