The Western Ulster Cursed Symbol is one of the Artifacts you must find and destroy in Ulster, the fourth Irish area in the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wrath of the Druids DLC.
The Wrath Of Druids Western Ulster Cursed Symbol is the first one in Ulster, the second one being found on the northern side of the area. I named it the Northern Ulster Cursed Symbol to avoid confusion. So, let’s see how to complete this Ulster puzzle and destroy the Cursed Symbol on a solitary island that is quite interesting to explore.
Where To Find the AC Valhalla Western Ulster Cursed Symbol
As you can see on my map below, this Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Cursed Symbol, or the Ulster Artifact, is found west of Lough Eske and southwest of Lough Belshade. There are no other notable landmarks next to it, but you can spot it in the southwestern corner of the area. Or the bottom left if you want. Look for it on a very small island in the sea.
How To Destroy the Ulster Cursed Symbol (Puzzle Solution)
When you reach the location on the map above, you’ll have to do a bit of swimming and a lot of climbing. If you look around, you’ll see a stone arch like the one below. There is also a shipwreck you may want to explore once you get the symbol.
But for now, find the stone arch. The symbol or the collectible is found under the arch, close to the ceiling, and it’s hard to reach unless you find a specific spot to shoot it.
So, you’ll want to start climbing, but you’ll have to ascend the wall that is opposed to the one where the symbol is found. If you use the picture above to guide you, the symbol is on the left side wall, while the shooting spot is on the right.
As you go up, you’ll want to look for a small shipwreck. Again, you’ll know you are in the correct spot because, on the said boat, you’ll find an Opal. Additionally, you should be 17 meters away from the collectible facing southeast. Here is the boat on the other side of the stone arch.
While standing on the boat, aim and hit the symbol to destroy it and complete the side activity.