In Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla there are some incredible treasures to be found, but the one you absolutely MUST have as a visitor to the Middle Ages in England is natural Excalibur, the legendary sword of King Arthur. And not without reason, because Excalibur not only has a big name, its values also make you one of the strongest warriors in Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.
Of course you won’t get the sword checked, I’ll have to work hard for it and find eleven tablets first. These have a special purpose later in the quest. And of course it could follow the popular – albeit historically anything but undisputed – idea that there were 12 places in the round, one for Arthur and eleven for his knights. Eleven tablet and the sword in the middle …
Defeat three zealots in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla for the first three panels
There’s a lot of running in Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla zealot around, often these are also members of the order of elders. You should kill them for Hytham in the village anyway, also to get the armor and hammer from Thor, for example.
But three of the zealots also have a special treasure in their luggage that you can only get if you take care of yourself and then search.
Here are the three zealots and where they are hiding:
You can find Woden in the southeast of the island, at Cent. On the roads west of Canterbury, take a closer look at every rider on the road, if you are closer than 300 meters, Woden will be visible anyway. Defeat him and you have the first tablet.
As a knight in Suthsexe, Hrothgar makes life difficult for lonely Vikings, you can find him in the direction of the southern coast near the town of Crawleah.
After all, Heike rides the streets of Essex, but never next to the streets – as long as she doesn’t follow you. Look around the Brentwood Outpost area and stay east of it.
Get the rest of the tablets!
When you have all three panels of the Zealots, you can turn to the more peaceful part of the task: The Treasures of Britain. These treasures are eight other tablets that you can always find in a cave, where you have to climb and puzzle a little beforehand. But don’t worry, here you will find everything you need to know: Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla – How to find the eight treasures of Britain
When you have done the three zealots Woden, Rhotgar and Heike and the eight treasures of Britain have been recovered, then you have all eleven tablets that you need for the last part of the search for Excalibur in Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla.
Find Excalibur in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla!
The last riddle is first of all to know where the stupid sword is in the stone. You have received clues over time, but instead of guessing, you can just look at the map:
At this point, look for Myrddin Cave in the Hamtunscire area. The actual entrance is just a narrow gap through which you have to squeeze your way. The way behind is a little longer, but very straightforward. First there is a longer jump section before you get into the water. Here you have to dive a good bit, only to have to jump again afterwards. Then you finally reach the legendary Round Table, or at least some kind of it.
There are stones in front of you in a kind of semicircle and you have eleven tablets. So put a tablet in each stone and then Arthur’s sword Excalibur appears and you can take it.
The effort was worth it, because not only does the sword have fantastic value and is one of the best weapons in the game, if you land heavy critical hits, every opponent in the vicinity is blinded and cannot react at first. No wonder Arthur became king with Excalibur.
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