Ledecestrescire Cairn Mystery Walkthrough | Assassin's Creed Valhalla

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This guide is for the Cairn Mystery in Ledecestrescire in Assassin's Creed Valhalla (AC Valhalla). Read on to learn the exact location of the Cairn and how to solve the stone puzzle.

Cairn Location

Location
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You can find this Cairn Mystery on top of a mountain, south from Sudwella Monastery in Ledecestrescire.

Cairn Walkthrough

No. Objectives Guide
1 Put the biggest stone first Grab the stone on the left first, near where you'll stack the stones. Rotate it by 180 degrees to make a stable platform.
2 Add the furthest stone Go get the stone furthest from you and stack it on the first stone. You might need to tilt or rotate it a little to make stones stable.
3 Get the stone on the left Use the stone on the left side and add it. You can flip it over to get a smoother platform on the top.
4 Stack the last stone Get the last stone on the right side and put it on the stack. Adding that last stone should reach the required height.
5 Validate the stone Validate the stacked stones to complete the puzzle and obtain 1 Skill Point.

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East Anglia Lunden
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Cent Essexe
Suthsexe Lincolnscire
Jorvik Eurviscire
Glowecestrescire Snotinghamscire
Wincestre Hamtunscire
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Ireland (Wrath of the Druids DLC)
Dublin Meath
Connacht Ulster

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