In Assassin's Creed Valhalla you may find Roman Artifacts, which are one of the collectibles in the game. On this page of our game guide you will learn where to find masks and how to get to them. This will make it easier for you to complete Ledecestrescire region in 100%.
You can find the mask in the Ledecestrescire region in the north-western part of the map. The closest way to get there is from the city of Repton.
It is a very simple puzzle. You just have to stand behind the statue. You will immediately discover the shelf, which can be easily moved. It is best to move it to the left side so that it does not obstruct your view.
After getting rid of the shelf you only need to lift the mask. It lies right behind the statue. You can simply come closer and add it to your collection. In this way you will discover a new secret.
The mask in the Ledecestrescire region can be found in the southern part of the map, right next to the observation point.
This is one of the easiest masks to find. You simply have to jump on a stone structure, kill two enemies, and then grab a lying mask that is not in any danger or blocked by anything.
You will find the mask in the southern part of the region.
All you have to do is destroy the boards covering the hole in the floor and create a passageway. Then go directly ahead to get to the cave with the artifact.
The mask is on the hand of the statue. You just have to jump on it. When you will be close to the hand hero should easily reach the object and put it into the equipment.
You will find this mask in the eastern part of the region.
The mask is lying under a pile of rubble, you have to blow it up to get the artifact.
It is a simple task, jump on the roof and get a vase. Then throw it at the area you are interested in. Thanks to this you will get to the mask. Do not worry, the explosion will not damage it.
You will find this mask in the western part of the map, exactly at the border with another region.
To get it you just have to go upstairs and then destroy the vase, which stands directly on the artifact.