Qubchur is a Mongol Artifact in Ghost of Tsushima (GoT). A Mongol artifact is a collectible item - in Jin's Journey, players will come across Mongol Artifacts that allows the player to learn more about the culture and background of the Mongols. The purpose of these artifacts is to be collected and to unlock a trophy for collecting it all. There are 50 artifacts that can be found in forts, encampments, and dwellings across the island.
Initially a kind of levy imposed by Mongol rulers on the flocks and herds of their semi-nomadic subjects, qubchur has become the basis for taxation throughout the Mongol Empire.
Under this system, Mongols in a military campaign are not paid, but are instead required to make payments to their immediate commanders. This practice motivates the plunder of conquered areas so that troops earn enough for themselves while meeting the demands of their superiors.
- Region 3: Kamiagata
- Derelict Mine.
Qubchur Notes, Tips, and Trivia
- Be sure to check Mongol settlements to find an artifact, or follow Guide Birds to discover hidden locations.
|Ghost of Tsushima Mongol Artifacts|
Aaruul ♦ Adak Tree ♦ Bankhar Dog ♦ Black Powder Cannon ♦ Chalice ♦ Chinese Vase ♦ Composite Bow ♦ Dagger ♦ Dishware and Pottery ♦ Dried Meat ♦ Eagle Cage ♦ Egyptian Mask ♦ Fire Lance ♦ Gold Bracelet ♦ Greek Vase ♦ Gunpowder ♦ Hanging Pitcher ♦ Horse Skull ♦ Hwacha ♦ Juniper ♦ Mahakala Mask ♦ Milk Pot ♦ Milk Rack ♦ Mongol Bomb ♦ Mongol Gutal ♦ Mongol Helmet ♦ Mongol Plans ♦ Mongol Saber ♦ Mongol Shield ♦ Mongol Spear ♦ Mongolian Coins ♦ Mongolian Horse ♦ Mongolian Saddle ♦ Offering Plate ♦ Ongon ♦ Ovoo ♦ Paiza ♦ Prisoner Coffin ♦ Quiver ♦ Saddle ♦ Shagai ♦ Shaman Drum ♦ Siege Weapons ♦ Soldier Supplies ♦ Tono ♦ Tsam ♦ Urtuu ♦ War Horn ♦ Yatga