Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Sickle Locations Guide

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In the Wrath of the Druids DLC for Assassin’s Creed Valhalla there is a new type of weapon called the Sickle. This new one hand style weapon has its own trophy/achievement tied to it. To complete this Double Trouble trophy/achievement you need to find and equip two Sickle weapons at the same time. To do this you need to acquire the Bone Sickle and the Ceremonial Sickle.

Where to Find the Ceremonial Sickle

You can acquire the Ceremonial Sickle at any time as it is inside a treasure chest in the enemy camp called Lackanscaul located in the southwest corner of Connacht. To get this weapon you need to make your way through the camp that is full of enemies. You can go in sword blazing or stealth your way through. The target is a chest located in the center of the camp and is the armor piece that appears on your map. Grab the Ceremonial Sickle from this chest to add it to your inventory.

Where to Find the Bone Sickle

The second sickle you need to acquire is the Bone Sickle. The Bone Sickle is located in Ireland in the area of Connacht. In this area there is a Legendary Animal called the Black Stout. This giant black boar resides in the Black Pig’s Dyke. When you defeat this animal you will receive the Bone Sickle as one of your rewards.

How to Unlock the Double Trouble Trophy/Achievement

Once you have both the Ceremonial and Bone Sickles in your inventory unlocking the Double Trouble trophy/achievement is simple. All you need to do is equip one sickle in your right hand and another sickle in your left hand. When you equip both the trophy/achievement will pop. You don’t even have to use them.

That’s all you need to know to unlock the Double Trouble trophy/achievement in Wrath of the Druids. This challenge takes very little effort to complete and rewards you with a couple of interesting weapons.

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