This guide is for the Cairn Mystery in Jotunheim in Assassin's Creed Valhalla (AC Valhalla). Read on to learn the exact location of the Cairn and how to solve the stone puzzle.
Get to this Cairn Mystery by climbing the mountain on the northwest part of Jotunheim.
|1||Get the stone on the right side and use it as the base. It is the best stone to use first, for it matches the ground perfectly.|
|2||Grab the largest stone and put it on top of the base stone. Position it vertically to get closer to the required height. You can also rotate it to match the first stone.|
|3||Use the stone on the lower right side next and add it to the stack. You can just place it on the top as it is.|
|4||Put the stone on the right side to the stack. Rotate it to fit the previous stone perfectly.|
|5||Add the last stone on the stack. Make sure to place it vertically to reach the required height.|
|6||Validate the stacked stone and get 1 Skill Point.|
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