Assassin's Creed: Valhalla - How to Upgrade Your Settlement in Ravensthorpe

 

Assassin's Creed: Valhalla - How to Upgrade Your Settlement in Ravensthorpe

In this guide, we'll cover everything there is to know about the Ravensthorpe Settlement Update in Assassin's Creed: Valhalla.


Assassin's Creed: Valhalla Upgrade Your Settlement

Ravenstorp is a key settlement that players can build and develop in Assassin's Creed: Valhalla once they reach England.


Settlements allow the player to recruit new members to the clan, upgrade equipment, and much more.


The settlement is your base, upgrading and investing in it will open up new opportunities for you.


In the early part of the game, Eivor and his clan move to England from Norway and found the settlement of Ravenstorp.


When a settlement is first created, it will consist of basic buildings and tents, which can then be upgraded to more advanced structures that provide more opportunities and goals.


Ravensthorpe improvements

Below we have listed the different levels of settlement upgrades and the required materials.


Settlement level 1: Settlement

At this level of the settlement, each building requires 30 raw materials and 400 materials to build. This settlement level has the following structures.

  • Bureau of the Hidden;
  • Stable and aviary;
  • A store;
  • Barracks;
  • Blacksmith.


Settlement level 2: Colony

At this level of the settlement, 45 materials and 600 materials are required to build each structure. This settlement level has the following structures.


  • Hunter's Hut;
  • Museum;
  • Shipyard;
  • Tattoo parlor;
  • Bakery;
  • Brewery;
  • Fishing hut.


Settlement level 3: Village

At this level of the settlement, 60 raw materials and 800 materials are required to build each structure. This settlement level has the following structures.


  • Alvis and Holger House;
  • Cartographer;
  • Cattle farm;
  • Grain farm;
  • Museum;
  • The Seer's Hut.

Settlement services

Below we have listed the various structures in the village and what services they provide.


Fishing hut

It is a fish farm run by Merton and his grandson Art. This structure costs 45 grains and 600 boxes to build. You will be paid to place fish here.


Long house

The Long House is the central hall of the settlement and is used for many different events.


The room of the protagonist Eyvor is also located here. This building also caters for large celebrations and alliances of unions.


Behind the throne in the long house is a strategic room where you can discuss the data that Randwy has gathered for you to expand his presence in England.


Barracks

Your raid units and soldiers will be placed in the barracks.


Building the Barracks structure allows you to build a Jomsviking to recruit a 2nd on your team to assist you on your adventures as well as in multiplayer.


Jomsvikings

Jomsvikings structure is a place where you can recruit your 2nd in a team, which is a customizable raider to play online.


The appearance of this character can be changed by unlocking various equipment.


Blacksmith

Gunnar is present in the forge, who helps you to improve your armor and weapons. Gunnar will need rare ingots to upgrade his equipment.


Ingots are collectibles found in different regions of the map. The more ingots you have, the further you can improve and improve your weapons and armor.


Shipyard

The shipyard structure can be used to maintain and improve your Viking launch.


Gurun is a worker here, and he can apply new settings that can be unlocked by finding various cosmetic schemes.


The hull, sail, shields, bow figure and tail of the launch can be altered using cosmetic schemes.


Stable and aviary

The stable and aviary contains the camp's horses and birds. The main feature of this construction is that it will help you improve the horse's ability.


Horses and ravens can also be exchanged for others by talking to the stable hand.


The following actions are available to increase the horse's abilities.


  • Swimming lessons on horses;
  • Horse swimming training (increases speed);
  • Horse endurance training (increases endurance);
  • Horse strength training (increases health).


House of Hunwald and Swanburrow

This building enhances the festive effect of the settlement. Also increases kill damage by 2.5%.

Hidden bureau

This building will house the people of the Order of Assassins, and by building it, you can complete various quests to kill the people of the Order of the Ancients.

Cattle farm

This building enhances the festive effect of the settlement. Also increases ranged damage by 3%. It takes 60 materials and 800 materials to build.

Seer's hut

This building will house Velka the Seer, who will help you visit various mythological sites and see visions of the Norwegians.

It takes 60 materials and 800 materials to build.

Cartographer

The cartographer will help you find valuable items on the map by identifying them for you.

It will house Cartographer Olsen, who will find valuable items for you in exchange for silver.

Olsen will be able to provide you with the coordinates of hidden treasures for a fee.

An ability card costs 50 silver, a gear card costs 35 silver, an ingot card costs 15 silver, and a raw card costs 35 silver.

After you buy a map, the location of that item will be automatically marked on your map.

It takes 60 materials and 800 materials to build.

Decorative pillars

These designs allow you to decorate Ravensthorpe. These structures are opened using various game actions.

Trading outpost

This structure allows you to have your own merchant in the settlement, which can then be used to trade in various items such as equipment, runes, etc.

Hunter's hut

This structure allows you to exchange the animals you kill for various rewards. From here you can also start hunting legendary animals.

Tattoo and hairdresser

This shop in Ravensthorpe can customize Eyvor's hair, beard and tattoos. Additional styles can be unlocked by purchasing cosmetic schemes.

Schemes can be obtained as quest rewards, purchased from merchants, or found in the city as floating documents.

Grain farm

When this structure is built, your settlement will be able to grow and harvest its own grain. This structure improves the festive effect of the settlement.

Also increases armor by 3%. It takes 60 materials and 800 materials to build.

Octavian Museum

This building will house Octavian, who will task you with finding Roman artifacts hidden throughout England.

If you successfully find and return these artifacts to him, you will receive special rewards.

Bakery 

Ravenstorp will increase food production and provide the settlement with a festive buff. Requires 45 materials and 600 materials to build.

Brewery

A brewery has the same effect as a bakery, it increases food production and gives the settlement a holiday boost. Requires 45 materials and 600 materials to build.

House of Alvis and Holger

Building a house for Alvis and Holger will increase your kill damage after you feast in the Long Halls.

It takes 60 materials and 800 materials to build.

Bird farm

Requires 60 raw materials and 800 supplies to build a bird farm in a settlement, which will increase food production and provide the settlement with a feast buff.

Also increases melee damage by 3%.

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