Best Answer: Find carbon ingots in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in big treasure chests in lower level areas and by buying them from stores.
Carbon ingots are one of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla‘s most useful items. These red bricks are used for upgrading certain weapons and gear. But they can also be pretty rare. Here’s how to get carbon ingots in ACV.
How to get carbon ingots in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
Opening big wealth treasure chests
The most common way to get carbon ingots is in big wealth treasure chests in low-level areas. There are two key parts of that sentence: big wealth treasure chests and low-level areas. Small treasure chests won’t have carbon ingots and higher level areas will have different types of ingots. Ingots in some areas like Rygafylke, Ledecestrescire, Lincolnshire, and more will be of the carbon variant since the level matches the low-grade level of the carbon ingot. Like other wealth objects, Sýnin, the bird, along with Eivor’s Odin Pulse will be able to pinpoint these chests.
Special enemy corpses
Big wealth treasure chests may have carbon ingots, but some enemy corpses do as well. The same rules seem to apply in that special enemies (with gold stamina bars) can sometimes carry carbon ingots in lower level areas. Just be sure to loot the corpse. Sýnin will be able to spot the light orange dot as will Eivor’s Odin Sense.
Buying from a shop
Players can also buy a couple carbon ingots from the store. These are in limited quantity, but they’re only 350 silver. Just visit the local merchant for some deals on carbon ingots.
Once players get the fishing line, they can also trade in certain fish for a carbon ingot. This is a roundabout way to score carbon ingots, but it is possible.
Trading hunting supplies
Trading in hunting supplies is one of the final main ways to get carbon ingots. Once the hunting shed is built in the settlement, Eivor can go to it and talk to the man in order to get some carbon ingots.