Cent contains 27 Wealth Locations in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (ACV). This walkthrough will guide you to all Wealth Locations in Cent Territory and how to get them. None of the Wealth Collectibles are missable (since Patch 2.00). You can still return to all maps after the story but it’s recommended to collect everything as you go through the regions to level up.
Wealth Collectibles get marked by golden icons on the world map automatically when synchronizing the viewpoints. Wealth includes the following types of Collectibles: Ingots, Gear, Abilities, Cargo. Usually they are chests containing gear and upgrade materials used to improve your character. Finding all Wealth items is needed to complete all Territories for the Completionist All the Way! trophy or achievement.
Also in this region:
Wealth #1: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
At the Old Gravesham Bridge, you’ll find this wealth by passing through a crack in its base. Inside, you’ll find a movable barricade that you can pull out of the way.
In the next room, smash through the breakable wall, and go through the hole to find the loot chest.
Wealth #2: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
Inside the Lolingestone Bandit Camp you will find a Madman inside the building containing the Book of Knowledge in Wealth #3. Kill him and loot his body for the ingot.
Wealth #3: Ability (Dive of The Valkyries Melee Ability)
Also inside the Lolingestone Bandit Camp. Find the Book of Knowledge hanging overhead in the building on a platform.
Wealth #4: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
This wealth chest is locked, so find the key to this chest in a tent next to a guard tower, to the north of the chest location. Once in the tent, look under the pile of bodies to find the key.
If you have trouble getting the prompt to collect the key, pick up any unnecessary bodies and throw them outside.
Head back to the building with the chest, but ignore the barred door. Instead go around the north side of the building to find a boarded up wall that you can smash. Once you smash the outside wall, you’ll also have to destroy the inner wall with an arrow before you can squeeze through.
Wealth #5: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
This ingot is in the Rouecistre Blockade. First you will need a tower key from the area that is being carried by a Banneret. Use the key to unlock the door to the tower, then straight across from the door, shoot through a gate to destroy the lock on a barred door on the other side of the tower.
Go back outside, and around the tower to the other door. Inside, climb down the ladder and you’ll find the chest next to the giant chain mechanism you have to sabotage to allow your boat to reach southern areas. You might as well do that now while you’re here.
Wealth #6: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
This ingot is inside the tower under the viewpoint in this area. It is locked with two keys however, so first go to a well just to the north of the tower. Break the wooden cover and climb down. The key will be under a crate that you’ll have to move before you can grab it.
The second key will be in the building just behind the well. The way in is through the scaffolding on the second floor. Climb up the ladder and there will be a pushable barricade.
If you can’t move the barricade (some players can, some can’t), it’s because some crates spawned in behind it blocking the way. To destroy them you’ll need to use Ability #27: Incendiary Powder Trap (explosive arrow). Using that ability you can shoot an explosive arrow in the little opening left of the barricade where another crate is and the bow reticle turns red. This should create a big enough blast to also blow up the crates behind the barricade. If not, shoot some more explosive arrows in the opening. See Ability #27 in the All Ability Locations Guide on how to get the explosive arrows. The below image shows the exact point to aim the explosive arrow at. Because this uses an Adrenaline Point, it’s recommended to make a manual save before so you can immediately reload and retry if you need another shot.
Then drop down to the lower level inside, and find the key on a small shelf against the wall.
Go back to the tower, and go inside. You’ll see a ladder above you out of reach. Shoot the pulley to cause it to drop down, then climb to the next floor and you’ll see the chest right in front of you.
Wealth #7: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
Go into the cave at Chiselherst Bandit Camp and near the southern entrance, you’ll find a ramp leading into a hole.
Just inside you’ll run into a flammable gas geyser that you’ll have to burn away to proceed. Throw a torch to clear the area before you go in.
Move a boulder to reveal a breakable wall. Go back up to the entrance of the hole and pick up a handy fire pot from the nearby cache.
Bring it to the edge of the hole and put it down, then throw another torch at the flammable gas that has started blowing again.
Finally pick up the fire pot and use it to destroy the wall. Head inside and at the end of the passage you’ll find the loot chest.
Wealth #8: Cargo (Raw Materials)
Part of the Raid on Tonbridge Monastery. Ignore the barred door on one side of the house, and instead go through the larger door that you can force open from the rear.
Wealth #9: Cargo (Raw Materials)
Part of the Raid on Tonbridge Monastery. Force open the door of this church, or climb in through a broken window.
Wealth #10: Cargo (Raw Materials)
Part of the Raid on Tonbridge Monastery. Force your way into the building, and immediately find the chest.
Wealth #11: Cargo (Raw Materials)
Part of the Raid on Tonbridge Monastery. Take care of the Banneret and other soliders in this room before forcing the chest open.
Wealth #12: Cargo (Raw Materials)
Part of the Raid on Racalf Monastery. From the beach you’ll be able to access the lower level of the monastery, and the first chest is immediately inside the door.
Wealth #13: Cargo (Raw Materials)
Part of the Raid on Racalf Monastery. From Wealth #12, break down the door and go upstairs. There will be a large number of soldiers waiting for you. Take care of them, and you’ll find this chest in one of the side rooms off the main chamber.
Wealth #14: Cargo (Raw Materials)
Part of the Raid on Racalf Monastery. In the same area as Wealth #14, in another one of the side rooms off the main chamber.
Wealth #15: Cargo (Raw Materials)
Part of the Raid on Racalf Monastery. Force the door, claim your prize. No finesse needed here.
Wealth #16: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
This one is a massive pain in the ass. Not far to the southwest of the indicated position of the ingot, you will find an innocent looking straw house.
Go inside, and you’ll find a ladder down to the basement. In this small area are some jars and boxes to smash, to let you slide under the wall into the passage beyond.
Follow the passage down until you reach a large cavern. Here you will find a pathway down that ends in a jump and a hanging key. To grab it, you’ll have to hit the button to pick it up in mid jump. This will be the Key of Courage, which you’ll use right away to open the door on the opposite side.
Go through the door, and you’ll find yourself in an even larger cavern. This room is laid out with a series of platforms and ropes leading downward, twisting around a central stalagmite / statue. There are a number of passages branching off around the outside of the area which will lead to keys, and a set of locked doors at the bottom. Before you can advance, you’ll need three keys. It doesn’t matter which order you get them, just keep pulsing with Odin’s Sight to find the direction you have to go.
For the Key of Balance follow a rope around a couple stalagmites until you reach a ledge on the other side, then follow it to another rope.
This time the rope connects to the tip of a stalactite, which you will have to climb once you reach it.
Climb around the side of the stalactite until you reach another rope. Climb up onto the rope and walk out until you can line up the key hanging in mid-air with the tip of the stalacmite you passed on the way up.
Jump across, and grab the key on the way down (hopefully). Head back to the center chamber.
For the Key of Dexterity, you’ll go around the outside of a room, shooting down hanging bundles of cargo blocking your way, until you can shoot the pulley on a ladder to drop it into reach.
Climb up to the platform and you’ll see two ropes stretching off the side, with the key hanging in between the ropes. Climb out on one rope, line yourself up with the key then jump from rope to rope, grabbing the key in mid-air.
For the Key of Agility, follow the path, jumping across platforms when necessary, climbing when necessary, until you reach the big jump.
It looks more imposing than it actually is. Simply jump from the triangular ledge onto the tip of the stalagmite, grabbing the key in mid-air. Continue forward to find a ramp upwards leading to a movable boulder blocking a way back to the center chamber.
With all three keys in hand, head to the locked door at the bottom. Use two keys will open up two doors leading to the Wealth chest.
The third will unlock a door leading to the way out. On the way out, you’ll have to jump between movable boulders across walls of stalagmites, then move the boulder you landed on to the end of each short passage to be able to reach the next boulder in sequence.
At the end you’ll find a Treasure of Britain and a key that will open the final door to the outside.
Wealth #17: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
While the Dover Fortress isn’t actually a Raid, you can still use the Raid option to flood the area with Vikings. That makes getting the four Wealth items in this area much easier. The first is being carried by a Skirmisher defending the docks.
Wealth #18: Gear (Brigandine Trousers – Superior Pants – Wolf Gear)
Part of the Dover Fortress “Raid”. Near the docks will be a blocked floor tile that you can blast open. You will find a cache of fire pots just down the stairs from there that you can use to clear the rubble.
Drop down, and smash through a wooden wall to find the chest.
Wealth #19: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
Part of the Dover Fortress “Raid”. This chest is easily accessible inside the building at the base of the shorter tower in the middle of the courtyard.
Wealth #20: Ability (Thorn of Slumber Ranged Ability)
Part of the Dover Fortress “Raid”. Climb the steps to the building attached to the large ruined tower that sits above the fort. The building at the base of the tower will be locked, but the key is not far away.
Using your raven you will be able to find the key above you near the top of the ruined tower. Climb up and grab it.
A leap of faith makes for a short trip back to the locked door, which you can now open to grab the Book of Knowledge.
Wealth #21: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
This Wealth is in Cantebury Barracks, inside a locked room. Every door to this room is locked, and the soldier inside is holding the key. Which would be a problem if not for the huge breakable wall just above a huge cache of fire pots. Pick one up and blow open the wall.
Wealth #22: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
This wealth is also in Cantebury, in Saint Martin’s Church. Easy peasy.
Wealth #23: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
Find this wealth chest under Dorobernia Theater in Cantebury.
In the center of the ‘stage’, you’ll find a floor blockage that you can blast with a fire pot. Drop down and you’ll find a room with a large statue in it and two doors, only one of which is unlocked. Go through that door.
You will enter a passage that ends in a pile of rubble. To the left of that pile are some pots that you need to break in order to reveal a passage to the next room that you can slide through.
This room will have a number of side rooms, one of which has a movable barricade that you can slide aside to access both the ingot and the key to escape.
Wealth #24: Gear (Brigandine Armor – Superior Torso – Wolf Gear)
This gear is in the Cantebury Cathedral, behind a barred door. To break the lock, climb up the shelf full of scrolls below the balcony and shoot through the wooden railing.
Go through the now unlocked door, and follow the passageway down the stairs to find an area with a broken floor you can blast through. This can be done with a fire pot, but there really isn’t one conveniently nearby in this area. Instead, use Ability #27: Incendiary Powder Trap to destroy the rubble.
Drop down to find the chest.
Wealth #25: Gear (Brigandine Gauntlets – Superior Bracer – Wolf Gear)
Find this chest in a house in Beamasfield, with two locks protecting it. The first key is just one house over.
To steal this key, you will have to climb in through the window.
The second key is in a nearby logging stand.
Get both keys, then climb up and unlock the chest.
Wealth #26: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
This chest is out in the open, but the key to it is carried by an Arbelist on a platform above. Kill him and get the key.
Wealth #27: Ingot (Nickel Ingot)
The last wealth in Cent is in a sunken ship off the southern shore near Folcanstan. Swim out past the tiny island here and you’ll find the chest in half of a wreck, and the key to the east in the other half.
That’s 100% of the Wealth Collectibles you can find in Cent Region of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla (ACV).
For all other Wealth check out the complete Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wealth Guide. For the other Collectibles in this region check out the Mysteries Guide and Artifacts Guide.
Number 6: “push the movable barricade inside out of the way”
I can’t push it into the room, so I can’t get in. Is something blocking it from the other side that has to be destroyed first?
I went back to check this again and it seems patch 1.02 has added in some crates behind the movable barricade that weren’t there before.
The only workaround I found was to use Ability #27: Incendiary Powder Trap. Refresh the page and check #6 here again for the updated info. But this seems so convoluted it makes me wonder if this is intentional or buggy.
I’d be curious if anyone else here is having this problem, if the barricade can be pushed right away or not and with what version of the game. I’m on PS4 version patch 1.02 and had crates load in behind the barricade now. Before on PS4 patch 1.01 there were no crates but might’ve been a “lucky” glitch that they didn’t load in before. Very odd that one! Let me know if the new info works for you.
This movable barrier in Xbox series X is more weird as it can’t be interacted at all. Dunno why Ubisoft has much strange bugs in this game.
Twinkle Twinkle – the firefly does still spawn after the artefact has been collected. i returned after completing several arcs and the firefly spawned first time despite collecting the artefact several arcs previously. hope that helps 🙂
On number 24 you don’t need the ability to break the floor, just shoot the chandelier above it down