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AC Valhalla Dawn Of Ragnarok Map Of Alvis’ Tale Treasure Map Guide

Towards the end of the Ragnarok DLC, you get more treasure maps. This AC Valhalla Dawn Of Ragnarok Map Of Alvis’ Tale Treasure Map Guide will tell you how you can solve the Avlis’ Tale treasure map so you can hunt down the location, find the treasure, and claim your reward.

When you are nearing the end of the story campaign for the Dawn of Ragnarok DLC, Eivor returns to England and wakens from his dream. You are then given another quest to sit around the campfire with some old friends. When sitting at the campfire there are three options to discuss. Each option that you discuss with your old friends unlocks a new tale. You then bring these tale treasure maps back to Svartalfheim where you can solve them.

Just to be clear, you must be in Svartalfheim to find these locations.

AC Valhalla Dawn Of Ragnarok Map Of Alvis’ Tale

[line style=’solid’ top=’10’ bottom=’10’ width=’100%’ height=’1′ color=’blue’] Showing the location of the buried treasure for Alvis' Tale
This is where you can find the answer to this treasure map. In the very North side of the map, in the Svaladal region. There’s a large structure here and a bridge nearby, this is what is depicted in the image of the treasure map if you inspect Alvis’ tale in your inventory.

You want to use the flying power to get near to the very top of the structure. You’ll see water pouring out from some vents forming a small waterway. There’s also an Opal here. As long as you have the treasure map in your inventory, you will find the interaction spot directly next to where the Opal is.

You get 1,000 Iron Ore.

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