While playing as Havi (Odin) in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in the Norse mythology questline, you will come across the Asgard Well-traveled quest. The quest is a small light puzzle in AC Valhalla that you need to solve unseal the well. It is a tricky quest as it requires players to split a beam into two and focus it on the source to unseal the well. The challenging part here is to split the beam into two. How is that going to happen? Well, it can and it is easy if you follow the steps mentioned in this guide. This guide will walk you through how to solve the light puzzle of the Well-traveled quest to unseal the well of Urd in AC Valhalla.
How to Unseal the Well of Urd in AC Valhalla
You can split the light beam with the help of a diamond-shaped reflector to unseal the well in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. The reflector is located at the cavern’s entrance. Find below a step-by-step guide on how to solve the light puzzle of the Asgard Well-traveled quest.
- Interact with the orb that is emitting light
- Aim the light or the beam on the diamond-shaped reflector
- Now move nearby mirror objects and orbs to align them
- Once aligned, the beam will focus on the well of Urd of Asgard and unseal it
That’s exactly all you have to do to unseal the Asgard well of Urd in AC Valhalla. However, you will have to pay attention while aligning the light beam. Ensure that you go one by one so that the objects don’t overwhelm and confuse you.
When all the objects are aligned, the beam will be reflected by them onto the adjacent object, which will then pass on the beam to the other objects. This is when both the receptors will get the light and the seal will be broken.
That’s everything you need to know about how to solve the Asgard Well-traveled quest to unseal the well of Urd in AC Valhalla. To easily win territories and make your raids successful, you will have to learn how to upgrade gears, dodge, and dual-wield weapons. Reading these guides will help you learn the best tips for combat, making your character stronger, and helping you to win each battle.