You will eventually encounter an NPC looking for some eel. It is part of a mystery east of Sudwella Monastery, which unlocks a world quest after completion. The man needs a sample to make his Ledecestrescire Sauce, and it’s your job as Eivor needs to fish some up for him. You may be wondering where to find them, but we got you covered. Here’s where to catch eel in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Where to catch eel in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
You can catch eel in the rivers at the following locations:
- East Anglia
Before you can catch an eel, you need to unlock the ability to fish. You learn this early on in the game after upgrading your settlement in Raventhorpe. Build a Fishing Hut near the docks, and do some fishing. Deliver your catch to Arth, who occasionally sends you on special missions to look for particular fish.
Fish by selecting your fishing line from the action wheel, and cast your line. It takes some patience, but you should eventually get a bite, after which you need to reel in your reward. There’s a more straightforward and Viking way to fish, though. Use your vision to spot some in the water. Once you have your eye on the prey, shoot it with your bow and arrow.
If you are doing this for the Anglo-Saxon Man, you can then return your catch to him. After doing so, he will ask you to add it to the pot. There’s a known bug at this point, so you may need to restart your game entirely if you cannot interact with the cooking pot. Give the sauce a taste, and you should see a prompt saying the Ledecestrescire Sauce World Event has been completed. That’s all there is to it!