The Lamp Maker House in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla can be found west of Tullagh Laght when you explore Meath, the second Irish area in the Wrath of the Druids DLC, and it features a locked chest you’ll need to open to claim the Ingot Wealth inside. However, the problem with this chest is that the Key to open it is hidden. So, if you encounter difficulties, I’ll tell you where to find the Key in the guide below.
Before we do that, let’s see where to find the Lamp Maker’s House in Meath. As you can see below, this landmark is not named, but if you read the Lamp Maker Note inside the house, you can connect the dots and figure out that it’s his house.
Furthermore, the Meath Lamp Maker Note also tells you where to find the Key to the locked chest. Last but not least, if you have already found the Southern Ui Neill Hoard Map, you can claim the Hidden Treasure nearby.
Where To Find the AC Valhalla Lamp Maker House Chest Key
Back to our Lamp Maker now and his note. Assuming you don’t rush through the game, read the letter, and you’ll find out that the house’s owner discovered a residue that can be put to good use. How?
By combining it with fish oil to create fuel for its lamps. And that residue comes from a tree. Good, so the Lamp Maker went to collect it. That’s where you need to go. Exit the house, then head northeast. In the distance, you’ll see a hill.
Keep moving northeast, and you’ll surely spot a fallen tree. As you can see below, the Key to the chest is on the tree’s trunk.
Furthermore, if you pay close attention to the trunk, you can see what’s left of our Lamp Maker. Specifically, a hand that makes you think that the poor guy burned like a torch after igniting the residue. Now, with the Key in hand, return to the house down the hill and open the Lamp Maker Chest.