As part of “The War Effort,” the overarching questline of the Sigrblot Festival event in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you need to complete a variety of smaller sidequests and chores. It may seem like busywork, but hey, that’s part of being a norseman; you want something outta life, you gotta take it with your own two hands. Here’s how to complete “Feeding the Wolf” in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
To start the quest, go speak to Thyra, who’s hanging out near the large bonfire in the center of the festival grounds. You’ll know her when you see her, she’s wearing a bright orange scarf. As she’ll explain, the citizens of Ravensthorpe have left their offerings to the gods in the nearby shrines, and as you’re good at carrying stuff, she’d like you to go get them for her. Yep, that’s right: it’s a fetch quest.
How to Complete Feeding the Wolf in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Visit the spot marked on your map, then head to the shrines near Valka’s Seer Hut. You can use your raven to get a better look around if you’re not quite sure where you need to be. At the shrines, there will be several marked letters with the peoples’ prayers to the gods on the ground; pick them up and read each of them.
After you’ve read the letters, grab the offering crate from the base of the shrine and bring it back to the festival grounds. Chuck the crate into the ceremonial bonfire, then light up a torch in honor of Thor, Freyja, or Baldr. Pick whichever god you fancy, it won’t change the outcome.
With your little errand complete, Thyra will thank you for your help. She doesn’t have any rewards on hand, but if you visit the three spots she’ll mark on your map, you can redeem a total of 105 Festival Tokens.