Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla has tons of quests for you to complete and Night and Day is one of them. Night and Day is the second quest of A Fated Encounter. This quest is unlocked after completing the previous quest, Tossing and Turning. In the quest, you’ll be traveling to the Isle of Skye.
On your travels across the Isle of Skye, you’ll come across the Fairy Glen where lies the Night and Day standing stones puzzle which some players have been stuck on. If you’re stuck on the same puzzle, then you’ve come to the right place. Read on to know how to solve the puzzle.
You won’t have much problem finding the standing stones at Fairy Glen as your quest marker will take you directly to them. It’s located on the northern section of the Isle of Skye.
Once you reach there, look for a rock with a symbol engraved on it, beside the side of the standing stones. Interact with it to read a note which also contains the same symbol that’s on the rock. This is the only clue the game will give you to solve the puzzle.
Use your Odin Sight near the standing stones and you’ll see green markings on them. Now what you need to do is line up the markings to form the same symbol that was on the note. You’ll have to find a good position which lines all the markings up.
Head to the area with the makeshift which is on the opposite side of the rock with the symbol on it. You’ll find a movable crate surrounded by a bunch of small boxes which you have to break. Drag the crate in an ‘L’ shape until it’s up against an unbreakable box at the end.
Get up on the crate and take a look at the standing stones. What you need to do is concentrate on the middle and move a little bit in order to line up your position conveniently and the puzzle should be solved.
About Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is the twelfth instalment in the Assassin’s Creed franchise developed and published by Ubisoft. It follows the story of a Norwegian Viking, Eivor Varinsdottir, who longs for all the riches and resources available in England. However, when he meets resistance from the Saxons, especially king Aelfred of Wessex, he must carry out what’s necessary to achieve Valhalla in the afterlife.