The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Connacht Ui Neill Artifact located west of Clonfert Abbey is one of the five Ui Neill Artifacts you have to find in Ireland as part of the Wrath of the Druids DLC. The Wrath Of Druids Connacht Artifact is similar to the one in Meath, meaning it is in an underground tomb.
As you can guess, it features another small puzzle that must be solved by those who explore Ireland early in the game and do not have access to the explosive arrows. As such, below, I’ll tell you how to claim this AC Valhalla artifact and how to solve the associated puzzle.
Where To Find the AC Valhalla Connacht UI Neill Artifact
The Connacht Ui Neill Collectible is found in the southern area of Connacht. Look for it southwest of Clonfert Abbey, southeast of Lough Rea Lake, or east of Lackanscaul. All of these are essential landmarks in Connacht. On the map below, you can see its location.
How To Get the UI Neill Artifact in Connacht
Good, so once you reach the destination on the map, you’ll need to look for the tomb’s entrance. This is found easily if you open your map and, from the artifact’s icon, head southeast. You may remember that pointy solitary rocks mark all entrances to these tombs. On top of this, you should be able to spot the breakable wall in my image below.
Approach it, but don’t shoot the red jars at the entrance unless you have the explosive arrows unlocked. Why? Because there is a second breakable wall in the cave where the artifact is found. If you shoot one of the jars at the entrance, you’ll also destroy the second. Thus, you’ll be out of jars.
Obviously, if you have explosive arrows, there is nothing to worry about. But if you don’t, you’ll want to pick one of the jars and carry it away from the entrance. Now, shoot the one left behind, and before entering the tomb, get the jar you just carried away.
Inside the tomb, look for a breakable wall on the floor. Place the second jar on it, then step away and shoot it with your bow.
Finally, claim the artifact in the hole and fully explore the tomb before going for the last two Ulster Artifacts.