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Ambrosia is one of several Artifact currencies that can be earned within the Underworld. Along with Diamonds and Titan Blood, they are a resource obtained via bounties. It is primarily used as a special gift for those who have deepened bonds with Zagreus. A few characters, upon receiving their first Ambrosia from Zagreus, will return the favor with a Companion.

Ambrosia can also be used to increase the effectiveness of a Companion, giving it more uses per escape attempt. In addition, it can be used to purchase the Theme, Lovely from the House Contractor.

A total of 10 Ambrosia can be traded to the Resource Director at various ranks to rank up.

Codex entry[edit | edit source]

Codex.png '... Mortals must regularly nourish themselves with food and drink merely to stave off death. The gods of Olympus have no such fear, and consume only for sake of tradition or revelry. They have access to all the splendors and delicacies the world has to offer, yet they favor one, in particular. And only very rarely does it make its way down here, into this realm. Ambrosia's savor simply cannot be described; so I am told. Some say its qualities adapt to the imbiber, tasting of whatever is the richest, most delicious substance their mind can imagine. Others say it gains its potency once transferred to another through a selfless act of giving.'

Obtaining Ambrosia[edit | edit source]

  • Ambrosia is primarily earned by beating Theseus and the Minotaur and collecting a Bounty for escaping Elysium. This means Zagreus must defeat Theseus and the Minotaur at a higher Heat level than previous victories using the Pact of Punishment.
  • Ambrosia can be traded for 2 Diamonds at the Wretched Broker (it can also show up in limited deals for a different price).
  • It's possible to obtain Ambrosia by turning in a Bass to the Head Chef in the lounge (See Fishing).

Characters Who Can Receive Ambrosia[edit | edit source]

Additional Notes[edit | edit source]

Ambrosia was added in patch 032. Prior to that patch, Nectar had been known as Ambrosia.