The AC Valhalla Lame Man is quite cool, and a friendly character; but the Blind Man is a grumpy one.
Regardless, both of them are important for the same mystery we will cover in the guide below because both of them have one thing in common. A pool they want to find. And this pool can heal them.
Because you see, the Blind Man & Lame Man in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, have some health issues.
So let’s see how we can complete this Sciropescire World Event.
Where To Find The Blind Man In AC Valhalla
Although you can find them in any order you wish, let’s start this guide with the Blind Man.
This grumpy old man can be found on the location marked on my map below.
He’s just south of Wenlocan Abbey as you can see. South of the lake on my map you can see a path leading up the mountain.
As you move up that path you’ll hear a Blind Man asking for help.
When you approach the Blind Man, ask him what is wrong, then you can pick your lines.
All of them have the same outcome. The Blind Man wants to reach Clee Hill Spring.
So, what you want to do next is to lead him there because you see, he’s blind!
So back to the path behind you and keep moving up towards the peak.
When you get close to the top of the mountain you should be able to find the Clee Hill Spring.
Let the man enjoy the healing spring and let’s go after the Lame Man.
Where To Find The Lame Man In AC Valhalla
From the Clee Hill Spring location, retrace your steps down the mountain path, and on the right side, you’ll see the Lame Man.
As you can see in my screenshot below, he’s only several steps away from the healing spring.
Talk to him, and you’ll have to carry him to Clee Hill Spring.
So grab this fellow and go back to the spring where you left the Blind Man.
Now watch the cutscene and see how events go. You have one man that can’t see and one man that can’t walk.
The result? A fruitful friendship that will help both of them survive.
Before leaving the area, you may also want to read the two notes by the spring.
The Note of Gratitude and The Blessed Spring note clearly say that Clee Hill Spring is a healing spring. Except that is not.