Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Lough Tuam Cursed Symbol is one of the Artifacts you have to find and destroy in Connacht, the third Irish area in the Wrath of the Druids DLC.
As such we will cover both of them separately, in case you just started AC Valhalla; decided to travel to Ireland earlier, and you don’t know how to tackle these collectibles.
So let’s see how to complete this Connacht puzzle and get the Cursed Symbol at Lough Tuam, which by the way is a lake.
Lough Tuam Cursed Symbol (Connacht Artifact) Location
As you can see on my map below this Connacht Cursed Symbol or Artifact; is found near Lough Tuam Lake.
The said lake is located in the south-western corner of Connacht, south-east of Tuam, and southwest of Kiltober.
How To Destroy The Lough Tuam Cursed Symbol
When you reach the location on the map above you’ll obviously enter a cursed area.
You move slower than usual and you are also a bit dizzy.
The very first thing you have to observe in this area is the large tree with an unusual gate made of wooden spikes.
Normally you would think that the Cursed Symbol is behind that gate, or wall if you want.
Except that is not.
So, the next step is to find a better spot to observe the symbol.
Look around and you’ll see a rather tall stone with two spikes nearby. Like this one.
You can reach it simply by starting from the ground and moving (left side while facing the stone), from the lowest stone to several pillars.
Or why not climb on it directly?
While standing on the stone pictured above, look up in the tree.
The Cursed Symbol you’ll have to destroy is on top of the tree not behind the wooden wall as the game lets you think at first.
So, from the stone in the picture, you should have a clear shot to take down the Cursed Symbol (pictured).
And that’s it, Viking! You just destroyed the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wrath Of Druids Lough Tuam Cursed Symbol in the first DLC of the video game developed by Ubisoft.