Cent Mysteries in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Locations and Guide

Apart from the main story quests that you may go through, there are a bunch of Mystery Locations across several regions of the game. One of the regions, the main storyline revolves around is the Cent Territory where you can interact with characters to get skill points, collectibles, treasures, and more.

In this post, we will explain all the mysteries that you can find in Cent, their locations on the map, and how you can complete each and every one of them.

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World Event

World events in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla are those green markers on your map all over England. These are a bunch of side quests that you can complete when exploring the world around you and you can also see them highlighted when using Odin Sight.

The following are a series of World Events that you can play at Cent.

Red in Tooth and Claw

This World Event takes place on the north-west side of Cent (East of Lunden), on the far right side of the Lolingestone Bandit Camp. When you get to this location, you will hear screams from a “Cursed Man” who has locked himself in his house to stay safe from the wild boars.

When you try to get inside the house to save him, you will find that the door is locked. The key to this door can be found on a corpse lying nearby but to get to it, you will need to either evade the wild boars or kill them.

Collect the key from the corpse and then unlock the door to the house. When you do, you will find a man who’s dead. Read the letter and examine the dead body and you’ll come to know that the man believed he was cursed after he was forced to kill a she-wolf and in fear, he barricaded himself with rotting food only for him to be killed by the rats.

Once you examine his body, you will have completed this World event that will read “Red in Tooth and Claw”, which is actually a phrase from the poem “In Memoriam A.H.H” by the British poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson.

The Pardoner’s Tale

You will find this world event at a location on the map that’s East of Croindene and along the south-east side of the Lolingestone Bandit Camp.

Go to the location in Cent, find and talk to an old Anglo-Saxon man in black, and let him tell his story.

The old man will tell Eivor a story of three young men who were looking for Death and he told them to go under the Great Oak tree in the forest behind him. After the man finishes telling you his tale, explore the forest behind him and look for an oak tree.

This oak tree isn’t that hard to find as you will see it’s surrounded by corpses that belong to the three men the old man told you about. Examine the corpses, the food pot by the fire, and the hidden treasure with silver in it beneath the tree.

When you do so, Eivor will put together what must have happened to these men, what might have led them to their death, and now, your event is complete.

Madness of the Stones

You will be able to explore this world event at a location North of Tonbridge Monastery separated by a river. This location will be in close proximity to the Saint Hadrian’s Priory and will be south of the priory on the map.

When you reach here, you will notice a madman staring at a circle of stones. This man will ask you to help him out by counting the number of stones that are placed in a circle.

Move around stones, count them, and report to the madman. He’ll ask you to count again.

Count again and your answer might change. And even in your third attempt, the number will change but it’s after this point, the scene will turn monochromatic and trippy.

When the scene ends, you will see a stone appear next to the circle of stones and the madman is now nowhere to be seen. This is when this world event ends.

Pig of Prophecy

In the “Pig of Prophecy” event, you travel to the northwest part of Canterbury town inside the amphitheater.

Here, you talk to a man who will tell you about Matilda the pig and that you can talk to the pig after you drink from the big tub of water and whatnot.

When you drink from the vat, everything around you will go gray and then you can talk to the pig.

Matilda will now share her prophecy and tell you about your life in vivid detail.

You have to take a second sip from the tub and take to Matilda again to complete this world event.

The Lighthouse Twins

You will have to reach somewhere west of Dover cliff along the south coast of Canterbury to get to this world event.

In this side-story quest, you will be helping brothers Arne and Frode get reunited. By going to the location, you will spot Frode who has sprained his ankle trying to reach his brother, Arne.

It’s now your responsibility to help Arne climb down. To get started, get to the top of the tower where Arne is stuck and talk to him. He will tell you that the one thing that was stopping him from getting down was the snakes that are scattered all along the ledges.

To help him get down, you must kill all the snakes and also lower down the top-most ladder to clear the way for him. Talk to the brothers after they’re reunited to complete this world event.

The Sky Thief

Find this world event on the southwest side of the Tonbridge Monastery, close to the Cent border.

Once you’re, you need to climb up to a platform on a tree where you’ll see a little girl. Talk to this girl and she will tell you that she’s searching for her mother’s ring.

You can help her find it as the ring can be found inside a bird’s nest in the adjacent tree. Climb that tree through its branches and when you’re at the nest, use the oil jar to break it and pick up the missing ring from the ground below.

The girl’s stepmother will appear from nowhere and will ask you to give back her ring. Speak to her and tell her that the ring should be returned back to the girl.

To complete the event, go up to the platform again, and give the ring to the girl.

Winifred

Winifred is another world event that occurs in close proximity to “The Sky Thief” along the borders of Cent.

When you reach the location, you will find a boy who says he needs to find some honey for his friend. At this point, you will need to go to the beehive that’s highlighted in your view. Interact with this beehive to get a piece of honeycomb.

The boy will now ask you to leave the honeycomb on the rock by the tree. Do as he says and sit beside him and wait for what comes next. As it turns out, the boy’s friend appears to be a bear that he has named Winifred and it will go straight to the honey you collected to eat it. Your world event will now complete.

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Treasure of Britain

All throughout Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you will find rare ancient artifacts made that are made from the same mysterious material. These items are often found hidden in caves and when you get your hands on all 11 of them, you will be able to unlock the legendary sword Excalibur.

When in Cent, you will be able to explore and find the following Treasure of Britain tablet.

Mysterious Chessboard Tablet

Located in the Cave of Trials, this Treasure of Britain can be found after you collect all the wealth from this cave, like the Key of Balance, Key of Dexterity, Key of Agility, and other keys.

You will find a Treasure of Britain before the final door that leads you to the outside.

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Standing Stones

In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you will come across locations where a symbol is inscribed on one of the nearby rocks. You may use Odin’s Sight to reveal these patterns and move to a nearby location where the stones take the form of a symbol that you saw earlier.

Medeuuage Megaliths

You will find these Standing Stones at Medeuuage Megaliths which is located to the east of Tonbridge Monastery.

The patterns you are looking for are marked on the center stone. You can reveal the markings on the standing stones by using Odin’s Sight and then match its pattern by lining them right.

One way to get the pattern to line up properly is to crouch.

Flyting

Flyting in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is essentially a rap battle set in medieval times where you need to trade insults with your opponents in a way that it rhymes. When you start a Flyting with an opponent, the opponent is always the one to throw the first strike while your job is to respond to one of the three choices presented to you as quickly as you can. Do what you have to do to win this battle of words.

Brother Quiescis

You will find this Flyting battle in Canterbury town and your rap battle will be weirdly against a monk who has taken a vow of silence.

It’s his brother who will translate his flyts for him and is also the judge of this battle. After you hedge your bets, you are required to select your responses as fast as you see them but make sure you rhyme them well with your opponent.

You need to use the following verses to successfully complete this Flyting session:

  • Though you speak through another, your writing’s still poor
  • Though you choose to be quiet, your folly is loud
  • With such drivel to speak, I see why you keep mum

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Fly Agaric

This is another type of mystery that you may encounter inside every region in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and you can find them on your map as they will be indicated with a mushroom-shaped icon. When you’re at a location with this icon, you will see a patch of mushrooms and once you consume them, Eivor will now take a “trip” full of mini-puzzles which will boost his XP upon completion.

Southwest of Tonbridge Monastery

You will find this challenge in the southwest stretch of the Tonbridge Monastery where you will find a patch of Fly Agaric mushrooms and you will have to eat it first to start this hallucination challenge.

In this challenge, you will have to walk through the gates in the right order: Water, Fire, Earth, and Air to complete it and finish the Fly Agaric Mystery in Cent.

Did you successfully complete all the mysteries in Cent with our help? 

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