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Assassin’s Creed: Valhara Hallucination Puzzle Guide

Assassin’s Creed: Valhara There is a large open world full of challenges you face. However, there is one challenge that is more difficult than expected. It’s a hallucinatory puzzle. If you are stuck in this challenge, you are in the right place.Here’s how to complete the hallucination puzzle Assassin’s Creed: Valhara.

How to defeat hallucinatory puzzles

To start the hallucinatory puzzle, first go to Ryjafilke. You can find it on the map at the top left of Fornburg. When you get to Rygjafylke, look for the blue mushroom-like icon on the map and go there. As you approach the icon, look for the stones that are arranged in a circle.

If you find these stones, you will see a mountain of mushrooms in the center. Walk to the mushrooms and touch them to eat. After the hallucination, you can see many passages formed next to the stone.

You should also see a piece of paper on the table next to the four statues. You need to read this to know how to complete the puzzle. The note should explain the function of the gate and the gate it passes through first.

The first gate to pass

You will need to go through these gates in a specific order to complete this puzzle. The first gate you pass through is a statue with a hammer just behind you when you look at the paper. We know this as the first paragraph of a dissertation on the hammer-wielding god Thor. If you know Norse mythology, you know that this puzzle is pretty easy for you.

If not, here is the next gate you will pass through. In the memo, the next paragraph describes Freyja’s Gate. This gate is to the left of where the paper and statues are and should be the first gate you can see. Walk through this to the final stage of the puzzle.

The last gate is Father’s Day. This gate is near the gate of Thor. Note the long chin-bearded statue. This is what you need to go through to complete the puzzle.

That’s how to complete the hallucination puzzle Assassin’s Creed: Valhara. You may have learned something about Norse mythology, so you should feel a little smarter after you finally complete the puzzle.Check out some of our other guides before you go Assassin’s Creed: Valhara:

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