AC Valhalla Wrath of the Druids opens up a map in form of an explorable Ireland. A new land involves finding new monasteries to invade, forging political friendships, fighting new foes, and developing skills. Eivor can now use smoke-bomb arrows to make a fast getaway or open up chances in battle, as well as call Irish hounds to strike opponents, thanks to new skills. Of course, with the introduction of sickles as a new melee weapon form, Eivor is more dangerous than ever. So here’s how to get both sickles and Double Trouble Trophy in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wrath of the Druids.
How to Get Double Trouble Trophy in AC Valhalla Wrath of the Druids?
To get the Double Trouble Trophy in AC Valhalla Wrath of the Druids, you need to equip a Sickle in both hands. The Bone Sickle can be collected from a legendary boar and Ceremonial Sickle from a chest. Equip these sickles in both inventory weapon slogs to get the Double Trouble Trophy achievement.
How to Get Sickle in AC Valhalla?
To get sickles in AC Valhalla, you need to go to areas near Connacht and pick up both sickles in Wrath of the Druids. Bone Sickle can be found in a Mystery in Connacht’s northeast region. This is the Black Stout Legendary Animal Hunt. Once you defeat the boar, the weapon will be dropped. The Ceremonial Sickle, the second weapon, can be found in a Wealth Gear Chest in Connacht’s south. The Wealth Gear Chest is located on a campsite with a large number of opponents, whom Eivor must either kill or slip past them. Here’s a video from Gaming with Abyss to show you the exact locations of both sickles:
These both sickles are part of the Dublin Champion armor set. There are a total of five needed to complete this set. You have to eliminate two fallen warriors to collect all of these armor pieces. You will also need high Renown in Dublin. Players should basically go to the Inventory tab and equip one of each sickle in each hand. This is all that is required to complete the Double Trouble achievement trophy.
That’s everything you needed to know about how to get both sickles and Double Trouble Trophy in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wrath of the Druids. As Wrath of the Druids comprises approximately 7-10 hours of plot, 5+ hours of side material, 4 new regions, and 115 collectibles, we will be covering all about it in our Assassin’s Creed Valhalla guides.