Assassin’s Creed Valhalla released Wrath of the Druids, a downloadable content expansion package for the game on May 13, 2021, which needs players who want to complete all of the Meath Mysteries of the DLC to make a suitable offering to an altar in Rathbride. The offering includes five Sturgeon fishes. However, the exact location of these fishes is not obvious. This guide is focused on helping players gather the overall idea of where to start fishing in order to catch the fish. What follows is two recommended locations to start fishing.
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The first location is the Liffey River, which runs just to the north of Rathbride. The most convenient part of the river to fish for the Sturgeon is the area near the border between Meath and Dublin. Players need to aim their bow and use Odin’s Vision to locate a big fish swimming alone and shoot it. They can swim near it in order to collect the fish. Players can work their way slowly west if they need to.
The second recommended location to fish for Sturgeon is off the south coast of England. That particular part of the ocean seems to be a hotspot of those fishes.
Something to keep in mind is that it is totally possible to catch Sturgeon fishes away from Ireland but it is very rare and the time to catch 5 of those fishes will be much longer than fishing in the two recommended locations.
After catching the fishes, players need to head back to the Rathbridge altar and interact with it to finish the offering. With that done, the players will receive a notification that they have successfully completed a Mystery in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
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