Assassin’s Creed Valhalla East Anglia Fly Agaric is, unlike the one from Grantebridgescire, a bit more confusing, simply because this World Event doesn’t come with a note to provide tips on how to solve it.
On top of that, this Fly Agaric requires some platforming, which, although it’s quite accessible, will lead you to new doors, and if you don’t know the correct order, you’ll have to start over.
But, together, we will solve the East Anglia Fly Agaric puzzle in the video game developed by Ubisoft, and it will take only around 2 minutes (on the clock) to do it.
Let’s start with the Fly Agaric Mystery location in East Anglia.
Where To Find The East Anglia Agaric In AC Valhalla
This specific mystery is located northeast of Brisleah Farm.
It’s actually pretty easy to find, but just in case you can’t locate it, check my map below.
East Anglia Fly Agaric Solution
Good, so now that we found this Mystery, let’s see how to solve it. Or what is the correct solution?
Obviously, the first thing you’ll have to do is to eat one of the mushrooms.
They are red, on the ground, impossible to miss, and they will get you high. You know that, right?
Ok, so the idea behind this puzzle is really easy.
The correct doors are different than the rest. They have something nearby. Such as one or more objects.
Therefore, let’s start with the first one you should pick.
In my screenshot below, the first door has two statues next to it. This is the correct one.
Once you get through this one, you’ll land on a rock, and as I said, you’ll have to do some platforming.
So start going up and follow the path to the next set of doors.
Again, as you can see in my image below, the first door on the right has something that the rest don’t. Two shields.
That’s the one you should pick.
Once you get through the second door, you will wake up in a forest.
Really strong mushrooms, right?
Ok, so here you have only one path to follow, and it will get you to three new doors.
But one, in particular, is, again, different. The one in the middle features some blue flowers in front of it. Or the one in the following image.
Once you go through the third gate, the East Anglia Mystery is complete.
That’s how you solve the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Fly Agaric Mystery in East Anglia, so let’s go for the one in Oxenefordscire next.
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