If you want to unlock the Inventor Skill Arkar’s Coil in Octopath Traveler 2, you will need a special item. In this guide, we will take you through how to get the Octopath Traveler 2 ancient cog so you can save yourself lots of time.
Inventor is one of four secret jobs in the game. To get this, you must finish the first chapter of the game’s story and talk to the NPC Arkar. He will tell you about the items you need to find. That’s where this handy guide comes into play.
So, let’s find out what you need to do to find the Octopath Traveler 2 ancient cog item in the fantasy JRPG from Square Enix. Read on below to read everything you need to know.
Where to find the item ancient cog in Octopath Traveler 2
The first thing you need to do is to find Arkar. Make your way head south to Eastern New Delsta Highroad, find a lake, and then head north along the path next to the lake until you reach a bridge. Cross the bridge and find the large wooden house where Arkar resides.
Ancient Cog is one of the items you need to unlock the skill Anker’s Coil. The other items required are Scrap Metal and Natural Magnetite. You can obtain Scrap Metal from a Factory Worker standing in front of the house down from the Factory in the Industrial District of Clockbank. To obtain Natural Magnetite, go to the Unfinished Tunnel in the Southern Crackridge Wilds, fight an Overseer blocking entry, and follow a winding path through the mine to find a red chest.
Out of the three items, Ancient Cog can be difficult to find because it is unobtainable at certain times. To get it, go to Rouge Island and locate the house near the Tavern, down the steps. Change the time to night since the NPC holding the Ancient Cog won’t appear during the day. Then, go inside and find the Factory Worker with a brown ponytail, standing next to the table. Use an item-stealing skill on the NPC to obtain Ancient Cog.
What you need to know about Octopath Traveler 2
Octopath Traveler 2 is a JRPG from Square Enix. The story takes place in Solistia, a land made up of two continents – eastern and western – that are divided by the sea. There is a large discrepancy between the super-rich traders and merchants on one hand and the poor who live in slums on the other in the world of Octopath Traveler 2.
Like the first game, eight travelers hailing from different regions set out on adventures throughout this world. You can play each of their stories for yourself, swapping between them as you see fit.
The game is currently out on PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and Nintendo Switch.
Octopath Traveler 2 has garnered an average review score of approximately 85 out of 100 on Metacritic.