Assassin's Creed Origins Guide: How to Find and Use Cedarwood
Given that Assassin's Creed: Origins takes place in a desert, it makes sense that wood would be a pretty scarce resource. However, if you want to boost your Bracer’s melee damage bonus or your Quiver’s arrow capacity, you’ll need as much Cedarwood as you can get.
While you can find some Cedarwood on the corpses of your fallen enemies, it’s not a very fast or reliable way to stockpile the resource.
How to Farm Cedarwood in Assassin's Creed: Origins
If you want to farm Cedarwood, there are two recommended methods -- the first is very straightforward, as all you have to do is dismantle certain weapons (bows tend to yield a lot of wood, for example) to get some Cedarwood.
The second option is a little more complex, as it involves you tracking down the person carrying the supply of wood. First, you’ll need to use your eagle, Senu, to identify and mark your target.
Then, as Bayek, you’ll have to make your way to the mark and slay whoever the poor soul is that’s carrying your Cedarwood. That's it; pretty cut and dry.