The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Bloodstained Letter in the Cent region is a key item that allows you to unlock another Nickel Ingot Chest while exploring the southeastern region. The Blood Stained Letter offers information on where to find the Nickel Ingot Chest Key, which will eventually allow you to unlock the Wealth Chest nearby.
Where To Find the AC Valhalla Blood Stained Letter
The said Bloodstained Letter can be found next to a Wealth Ingot Chest. As you can see on my map below, this chest is found northeast of Saint Hadrian’s Priory, northwest of Rouecistre Blockade, and south of Wulfaswic.
When you get to this location, you’ll find a solitary chapel. Go around it and look for a crack in the wall. It’s pretty easy to find, allowing you to enter the chapel. Now, on the ground, you’ll find a corpse, a locked Ingot Chest, and the Bloodstained Letter on a small altar, pictured below.
Where To Find the Wulfaswic Bloody Chest Key
The premise here, as you can guess, is really simple. Read the clues in the letter, find the key, and open the chest. What we can understand from the Bloodstained Letter in AC Valhalla is that the corpse inside the chapel belongs to a monk who was left behind to protect the chest. Or the Ingot we need. The key, however, was taken by a fellow monk nearby. Nearby where?
Well, let’s see where we can find him. Exit the small chapel through the crack you used to get in, and from your location (using the radar on your screen), head northeast. Across the road, you can see a small camp that was attacked. You can see it below.
A battle took place here, and our monk is nearby. Specifically under the small tent (also pictured) on the right side of the watchtower. Loot the body to get the Barricaded Chapel Chest Key, then return to the Ingot Chest to claim your treasure.