This is a guide for the Animus Anomaly Mystery located in Oxenefordscire in Assassin's Creed Valhalla (AC Valhalla). Read on to learn the exact location of the Animus Anomaly and how to solve the puzzle.
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Located southwest of Saint Albanes Abbey. The point where you can interact with the anomaly is on the cliffs just right where the pin for the Aqueduct is.
|1||Enlarge||Climb down the side of the aqueduct to where the beam is.|
|2||Enlarge||Drag the reflector until it can just hit the unstable platform on the other side.
Climb up the aqueduct after.
|3||Enlarge||Make it to the other platform and drag the reflectors until their beams zigzag towards an unstable platform.|
|4||Enlarge||Move back to the first reflector you interacted with and move it back to its old position.|
|5||Enlarge||Climb up the aqueduct again and move to the end to claim the anomaly while avoiding hazards.|
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