Mycel Fold Standing Stones Solution – Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Guide

In Sciropescire, England there is a Standing Stone puzzles players can complete called Mycel Fold. This puzzle tasks the player with matching lines on the stones together to make a specific symbol. Making the symbol can be a bit of a challenge. To take the challenge out of the puzzle use our Mycel Fold Standing Stones solution guide below.

Where to Find the Mycel Fold Standing Stones

You can find this Standing Stone puzzle in Sciropescire, England area of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. To find the puzzle location simply head to the east of Wesberie and you will find it along your path. At the location shown on the map above you will find a number of stones in a circle. These stones are the Standing Stone puzzle. Enter the circle and read the stone symbol there. This will trigger Brendan of Clonfert to speak. Take note of the symbol you see on the stone and note. This is what we are trying to recreate.

How to Solve the Mycel Fold Standing Stones

Image showing the Mycel Fold Standing Stones.

From the stone symbol head north and climb up the rock face with the waterfall. On top of the cliff look back down at the Standing Stones. Lineup Eivor so the lines connect that recreate the symbol on the stone we checked earlier. Hold the symbol in your vision for a few seconds. If done correctly you will complete the Mycel Fold puzzle.

When you complete the Standing Stones puzzle you will earn XP and +1 Sciropescire. You will also rest for a brief moment which you can let happen to heal up Eivor. If you are wanting to 100% the game you will need to complete this Standing Stone puzzle.

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