Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Northern Ulster Cursed Symbol is one of the Artifacts you have to find and destroy in Ulster, the fourth Irish area in the Wrath of the Druids DLC.
The Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wrath Of Druids Northern Ulster Cursed Symbol is the second one in Ulster, the first one being found on the western island we already covered here.
This one, however, is a bit trickier to get.
So let’s see how to complete this Ulster puzzle and get the Cursed Symbol within the fortified Druid camp.
Northern Ulster Cursed Symbol Location
Again, as you can see on my map below, this Ulster Cursed Symbol or Artifact; is found west of Lismore Abbey.
There are no other notable landmarks next to it, but you will be able to spot it in the northwestern corner of the region.
Or the top left if you want. Look for it at the edge of a forest.
How To Destroy The Northern Ulster Cursed Symbol
When you reach the location on the map above, you’ll notice a fortified camp, and the symbol is inside it.
Since the spikes used to defend the camp can’t be climbed by Eivor, the very first thing you’ll want to do is to find a way inside.
So go around the area until you find the entrance, which is impossible to miss since it’s a tunnel.
The entrance is located west of the camp.
Now, head inside and go right, then take a left turn. Follow the path ahead until you see a wooden platform with some shields next to it.
Climb here, then hop on the pole above. Cross to the other side using the rope; then to the left (north), you will see another platform and a rope.
Again, climb on the rope and head to the tall post on the other side.
While standing on top of it, look southeast to see the Cursed Symbol behind a wooden wall on the ground (pictured).
Shoot it down, and you’re done with the curse in the Druid Camp.
And that’s it, Viking! You just destroyed the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wrath Of Druids Northern Ulster Cursed Symbol in the first DLC of the video game developed by Ubisoft.