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  1. This clue is misleading in a number of ways. Firstly, the treasure is located in Hordafylke to the north, and it's not east of the village of Alrekstad, it's actually on the large island to the west. The treasure can be found just southwest of the synchronization point there. Make your way down the very steep cliff face to reach the bottom. You'll see a huge tunnel behind you, so head to the end to find the treasure. Loot it to receive the Snakebite Scheme (Sail) for your longship.
  2. Silver is the main currency in the world of Assassin's Creed Valhalla. You'll use it to make bets, buy resources and gear, and occasionally solve disputes. Given how important it is, you'll need to know the best ways to make silver in Assassin's Creed Valhalla. You'll find info on how to do just that in this guide. Best ways to make money in Assassin's Creed Valhalla There are many ways to make silver in Assassin's Creed Valhalla, but some are much more profitable than others. You'll need silver for just about everything, including buying extra Nickel Ingots. We've listed these methods below, and will go into each one further in this article. Sell trinkets Complete Raids Auto-loot bodies Flyting and drinking Sunken treasure Loot the world around you Farming silver Sell trinkets The easiest way to make silver in Assassin's Creed Valhalla is to sell trinkets. If you're looting the environment as you play, you'll amass all kinds of tat that you can sell at merchants. Each time you are near a merchant, sell your trinkets. You'll make a couple of hundred silver each time, which builds up nicely over time. Complete Raids Raids are some of the most lucrative activities in Assassin's Creed Valhalla. You'll be able to loot a bunch of treasures after completing each one. Not to mention all of the bodies that will be left lying around. Use Odin's Sight to make sure you've collected everything, and then head onto the next Raid. Auto-loot enemies It can be easy to miss bodies when looting areas. To help make sure you're getting every scrap of silver make sure you unlock the auto-loot skill in the Skills menu. This will automatically loot enemies that you assassinate, building up a nice reserve over time. Make bets on Flyting and Drinking Contests Making bets is a really good way to make money in Assassin's Creed Valhalla. You can usually place bets on Drinking Contests, which are pretty easy to win if your timing is good. You can make up to 200 silver each time, so travelling between towns and taking on the best drinkers is a great way to make a quick buck. You can also bet on certain Flyting matches, so keep a lookout. Sunken treasure While sailing in your boat you should constantly be using Odin's Sight. There is so much treasure to be found underneath the waves, just look for golden icons. You'll need to dive down to get the treasure, but I've found it's more than worth it for the silver you can make while travelling between missions. Loot everything There's a ridiculous amount of loot strewn around the world of Assassin's Creed Valhalla. The best way to make sure you always have silver is to loot as much as you can. Get into the habit of hitting the loot button while exploring dungeons, and take a look around each town you arrive at for hidden loot crates. Using your Raven is good for tracking down smaller treasures, you can even mark them on your map. Farming silver The fastest way we've found to farm silver is to travel between towns and bet on drinking contests. As long as you're confident you can win, you can head between these contests to make a lot of money. Just bet on yourself and enjoy the spoils of victory!
  3. The Isle of Skye Treasure Hoard map is something you can pick up as you work your way through the A Fated Encounter story arc in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. You get it while completing the Counting Sheep quest, so you don’t need to go out of your way to find it. This guide explains where to find the loot this Treasure Hoard map leads you to, so you don’t get lost for hours searching for it. Match the map with the lake As with all Treasure Hoard maps, you need to match the location shown on the map with a location in the game. We found this quite tricky because a few lakes on the Isle of Skye look like the one on the map. However, the one you want to head to is on the bottom-left of the Isle of Skye map. Fast travel to Dunvegan Village and head southwest from there. See below for a map reference for this lake. The loot you’re looking for is on the island in the middle of the lake. Swim out to it and search on the shore. You’ll pick up the Eagle Bearer tattoo and the Medusa Sail for your longboat.
  4. Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is by far the best looking game in the series, with some remarkably brilliant looking visuals. Ubisoft did a great job in the graphics department, and you can take advantage of that by showcasing some fantastic screenshots by using the in-game Photo Mode. Here’s how to use Photo Mode in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. How to use Photo Mode in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla To access photo mode in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you must first enable it from the options. Head to the menu, open the options, and look under the gameplay tab. Make sure Photo Mode is on. You can then exit the menu and return to your game. You can enter Photo Mode in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla by pressing F3 on PC or L3 + R3 on the controller. There are many options available while in Photo Mode, including Camera Offset, Grid Cycling, Edit Mode, and Camera Movement. You can also free-look in a small radius around your characters, allowing for some nice aerial shots or action screenshots. Left-click enters Edit Mode, which allows you to choose from eight different filters, or no filter at all. You can hold the left control key and mouse wheel down to view the other settings like Depth of Field, Exposure, Contrast, Temperature, Tint, Saturation, Noise, Vignetting, Bloom, and Fog. You cannot change these individually, though, as they are tied to the filters. Pressing in the middle mouse button allows you to preview your photo. Once you have everything set up nicely for the perfect picture, you can press Spacebar on PC, or X/A on the controller, to snap the photo. The screenshots automatically save to the Assassin’s Creed directory into the Photos folder (my documents/documents/assassin's creed valhalla/photos). That’s how you use Photo Mode in AC Valhalla. There’s a wide range of options that allow you to take some lovely photos with customization features.
  5. The Crucible Knights are one of the more difficult enemies that you will come across. Luckily, these enemies disappear once you kill them and don’t reappear, each time giving you a piece of their arsenal. To obtain their shield, you will need to travel deep within the earth. Here is how you get the Crucible Hornshield in Elden Ring. To obtain the shield, you first need to gain access to Nokron, Eternal City. This is done by defeating Radahn. Once he is defeated, travel to the area where the star fell and you will be able to use the hole in the ground to access the area. The hold will appear in Mistwood by Fort Haight. Travel through Nokron, Eternal City until you are past the Mimic Tear boss. Afterward, continue northeast through the area with the Ancestral Spirits. Travel until you find jellyfish enemies and keep going to the cliffside. When you reach the cliff, turn left to find another cliff you can jump down to. Head inside the cave to get access to the Siofra Aqueduct dungeon. You will find the Crucible Knight on a long walkway that you can see shortly after the Site of Grace.
  6. The Drink of the Picts is a World Event you’ll encounter in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey crossover story in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. You’ll find it in Dunvegan Village, where you can hear a man panicking about something that he’s lost. This guide explains how to complete the World Event, so you don’t get stuck on it for too long. Step 1: Get the list There’s a house near the man that the World Event icon is linked to in this village. Break into it and pick up the note on the table in there. It’s a list of ingredients for a new kind of drink. Now go and talk to the man, and he’ll tell you that he’s trying to make a revolutionary new drink. He’ll then ask you to gather the ingredients. Step 2: Collect the ingredients You’ll need three ingredients for this recipe. The first is wheat, which you can find on the farm just behind the man you speak to. However, you can only gather it at night, so come back when it’s dark to get this. The same goes for the firefly you need, which is in the field of dead grass further away from the farm behind the wheat. Finally, you need crushed barely, which is in the pen with the two wild boars. These boars are angry, so you’ll need to kill them to get the crushed barley. When you have all three ingredients, return to the man you spoke to at the beginning of the quest to complete it. He’ll express his gratitude, but he’s unwilling to share any of his new brew with you.
  7. Assassin's Creed Valhalla handles arrow types differently than most RPGs, so players may have some trouble figuring out how to change arrows at first. In most RPG games, players can obtain a variety of arrow types that can be used with their bow, ranging from fire arrows to explosive arrows and, in some fantasy games, even elemental arrows. Assassin's Creed Valhalla handles this a little differently though, so players would be forgiven for not understanding how to switch arrows. Whereas in most games the arrow fired from the bow determines the effect, Assassin's Creed Valhalla puts the emphasis on which type of bow the player is using. Unlike Assassin's Creed Odyssey where players could obtain various different types of arrows, there is only one collectible arrow type in Valhalla. Instead, players can equip one of three different types of bows that work in different ways. The options available at the time of writing to players are Hunter Bows, Predator Bows, and Light Bows. Players will start with a Hunter Bow, but other types can be found or purchased while playing through the game. As the starting bow, the Hunter Bow is predictably the weakest of the three kinds. It's performance is standard and players will certainly be able to deal some damage with it but it doesn't excel at any one particular purpose. By contrast, the Light Bow is more suited for short range encounters, and can fire arrows much faster than the other two types of bows. Finally, the Predator Bow is Assassin's Creed Valhalla's sniper rifle, firing arrows at insane distances and dealing heavy damage with each shot. Using the right bow in the right situation can be key to victory. For those wondering about fire arrows and the like, they do still exist in Assassin's Creed Valhalla, though not in the same capacity as they did in Odyssey. This time, players will need to stay aware of their surroundings, as open fires in the area can be used to light arrows aflame. This works especially well with the Predator Bow, as it makes each shot that much deadlier. For poison arrows, players will have to unlock Eivor's Ranged Poison Strike ability that allows them to apply poison to arrows. This approach to arrow types may take some getting used to, especially for those players fresh off the back of Assassin's Creed Odyssey's archery, but with time it should become second nature. Essentially, switching arrow types is as simple as switching bows or changing Eivor's gender, but players wanting to apply further affects will need to use skills or their surroundings to do so. Tldr; Change bow to change arrows...
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