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  • JERADTHEJUICE
    Original poster 12 posts

    Brentwood outpost well
    At the bottom of the well is a skeleton that has a diamond marker on it. Any idea what it for? I can't do anything with the skeleton.undefined

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  • Ubi-Raziel
    Ubisoft Support Staff 197 posts

    @jeradthejuice Hey!

    I'm personally unsure how the skeleton can be interacted with, hopefully other players will be able to add to your thread.

    • Is there also an icon on the map?
    • Would it be possible to provide an image of your map location please? It may help us investigate for you.


    Thank you for your time 🙂

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  • JERADTHEJUICE
    Original poster 12 posts
  • Hassan200019
    1 posts

    Same for me, is it an easter egg of some sort or a abandoned side quest? The diamond marker only shows up when using Odin's Sight

  • FartSmugglerSr
    2 posts

    @jeradthejuice @Ubi-Raziel I just found this too, after the update. There were also three of them at the site of the corpse eaters.

    They are clearly the "loot" symbol from your pulse in Origins and Odyssey, but why are they here? If this is something to be figured out, please tell us. If it is a bug, tell us that, too.

  • LargeLep
    1 posts

    @ubi-raziel Is there an update on this particular "mystery"?? I just found the same thing, and according to reddit, it seems to be there for everyone... What on earth is it?? Also, FYI, The same strange "origins" style markers appear in the Corpse Eaters arena as well... Three of them show up under the corpse of a pig. But THIS one in the Brentwood well is much more intriguing, since it's hovering over what appears to be an alien or Isu skeleton...

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