Onwards to Lunden! One of the first real cities you visit in Assassin's Creed Valhalla, Lunden borders on Oxenefordscire, and the two can be done in any order you'd like. As you are told by Hytham early in the game, Lunden is a hotbed of Templar activity that he wants cleared out as soon as possible. Judging by what we find in Assassin's Creed Syndicate, I can confirm that it does not work as well as he is expecting it to. Nevertheless! On your quest to hunt down some Templars and bring the organization to its knees, you can also snag some new artifacts along the way.
As a consequence of being, well, just a city instead of a whole area, Lunden has far fewer artifacts than most other parts of England, clocking in with just three. All three are cosmetic schemes, which show up on the in-game map marked as "Flying Paper." If this is your first time in one of our artifact guides, here's the gist of what that means: flying papers are found at various locations, and will lead you on an obstacle course, requiring you to chase them for a short period of time before you can finally collect your prize. Now as to where, exactly, these are located, let's take a look.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Lunden Artifact 1
The first paper is right by one of the Lunden sync points. Starting on the roof of Lundenwic Abbey, it'll take you on a quick route through the nearby area, nothing too taxing.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Lunden Artifact 2
For some reason, this game likes to pair up sync points and artifacts, as the second one is located on the roof of the Londinium Amphitheatre, right by the sync point available there. This is probably also the easiest chase out of the three of them.
Assassin's Creed Valhalla Lunden Artifact 3
Artifact number three is located on the outskirts of town. There's a branch sticking out of the massive, crumbling Roman wall and several more ruins in the courtyard area. This one is the most difficult to obtain, and I recommend using a save point on top of the wall by the branch where the chase starts so you can reload if necessary. It's also incredibly easy to die on this course, as Eivor either has trouble judging distances or has something of a death wish. One of the two.
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