Assassins Creed Valhalla Fly Agaric locations: Where to find and how to complete all the mushroom puzzles

The 15 Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Fly Agaric puzzles are spread far and wide throughout both England and Norway and while finding them is one thing, completing them is a whole other ballpark. Fly Agaric puzzles in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla involve eating strange mushrooms and going on hallucinogenic trips, but how do you complete each and every single one? We’ve got all the details on where to find them and the solution for each puzzle right here in this Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Fly Agaric guide.

1. Rygjafylke Fly Agaric

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On the same island as the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Deserted Chalet, head to the southern blue dot. This is the first Fly Agaric you can come across in the game, and it introduces you to the concept of the gates you need to pass through.

Read the nearby note and you’ll see that the three statues correspond to the three gates. Enter the gates in statue order: Thruthheim (right), Freyja (left), Gladsheim (middle). You’ll know you’re getting it right because the gates will fade to white.

2. Grantebridgescire Fly Agaric

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A lot of people were getting stuck on this one, so we have a dedicated guide to the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Grantebridgescire Fly Agaric you’ll want to check out. You can find the puzzle south-east of the Isle of Ely Monastery.

The TL;DR solution for this however is to look at each of the flames in turn. If there is a mini arch behind it framing the flame, interact with it and turn the flame blue. There should be three in total. When complete, the gate will activate and you can pass through.

3. Ledecestrescire Fly Agaric

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North-east of Bardon Lookout and west across the river from Wenloch Abbey is the Ledecestrescire Fly Agaric. This one is seriously simple; just follow the seal! It’ll take you towards each of the gates you need to enter in turn and eventually, you’ll complete the puzzle. It’s got our seal of approval.

4. East Anglia Fly Agaric

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West from Elmenham and over the river is the Fly Agaric in East Anglia. This one will reset you to the water below, dropping you in with a splash if you get it wrong and you need to restart the puzzle again each time, so pay attention.

The solution is to go through the far-right door first, with the statue behind it. In the next section, parkour up all of the floating rocks, including climbing the huge one at the end, then take the far-right door again with the shields propped up against it. The final door is the middle one with all the flowers in front. You know this thanks to the clues around the starting location; there are shields, flowers, and a statue surrounding you.

5. Cent Fly Agaric

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On the western border between Cent and Suthsexe, south-west of Tonbridge Monastery and directly west of Beamasfield, is where you’ll find this Fly Agaric puzzle.

Eat the mushroom and four gates will appear, along with a spiral staircase. Climb up it and you’ll notice four features in order; fish, fire, corpses, and birds. That’s the order you want to enter the gates in to complete this puzzle.

6. Suthsexe Fly Agaric

This one is just north of Crawleah Dock, at the bottom of the enormous man painted into the hillside. All you have to do here is kill the enemies, which isn’t too difficult.

7. Essexe Fly Agaric

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The Essexe Fly Agaric is the northernmost blue dot on your map, right before the border to East Anglia, south-west of Beodoricsworth.

For this, you need to work out the correct pattern of red and blue flames. To be frank, I’m not sure what the logic is here, I figured it out through trial and error. If you stand at the gate looking at the six flames, the order is as follows from left to right:

Blue, Red, Red, Blue, Blue, Red

8. Hamtunscire Fly Agaric

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This mushroom puzzle is in the central area of Hamtunscire, north-east of Chepeham and Wocig, and south-east of Aethelnay.

This is another fighting one and it’s not easy, so come back later if you find it tough. You’re up against four enemies, and you need to kill them in the following order to complete the puzzle:

  1. Archer
  2. Archer
  3. Boar
  4. Jotnar-Guld

Of course, the Jotnar-Guld is the most difficult enemy to defeat, while the others should go down fairly easily. Save all your special attacks for the big guy.

9. Glowecestrescire Fly Agaric

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In the eastern third of the county, north-east of Glowecestre and north-west of Oxeneforda is where you’ll find this Fly Agaric puzzle, close to where a Zealot is patrolling.

A huge ship with a bunch of statues and braziers will spawn in front of you, floating off the edge. Look at the statue on the ship, then use your bow to shoot all the braziers with the same banner pattern, including the one on the ship.

10. Sciropescire Fly Agaric

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In Sciropescire, look to the south-west corner of Dudmastun Lake, south of the Wenlocan Outpost to find this Fly Agaric.

All you need to do here is light the flames that are contained within stone circles, and ignore the ones that don’t have stones around them. You should be lighting three fires in total.

11. Lincolnscire Fly Agaric

In the southern part of Lincolnscire, go north-west from Cruwland to find the Fly Agaric atop a hill.

This is another simple one; eat the mushroom then kill all the bears to complete it.

12. Snotinghamscire Fly Agaric

Head to the far western side of Snotinghamscire for the Fly Agaric puzzle, which can be found a stone’s throw west of the Berserker’s House, south-west of Stoneburgh and west of the Derwent River.

This will spawn three Jotnar enemies, all you need to do is defeat them in no specific order.

13. Eurvicscire

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Eurvicscire is a big ol’ place, and this Fly Agaric is right in the middle. Look east of Jorvik and you can see a tiny island in the middle of a small frozen lake on top of a hill free from trees. The mushroom is on this island.

Four wolves and two boars will spawn. All you need to do is kill them.

14. Oxenefordscire Fly Agaric

This Fly Agaric is north-west of The Corpse Feeders legendary animal and Perie, and east of Evesham Abbey, at the end of a northbound path south of the Alne River.

For this, you need to count the crosses in front of the gates and go through them in numerical order. From left to right, the order will be 3, 4, 1, 2, 5.

15. Hordafylke Fly Agaric

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The final Fly Agaric is back over in Norway, in the Hordafylke region. Go to the large island with the fast travel point on it, west of Irekstad, and the Fly Agaric is in the south-east section at the foot of the mountain.

This is just a combat trial, but it is hard. Don’t be afraid to leave and come back when you’re a higher level. You’ll be facing off against four high-level Jotnar enemies, all of whom attack you at once, so make sure you’re prepared with enough rations.

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