On this page of Assassin's Creed Valhalla game guide, you will find a detailed description of the Burning of the Wicker Man mission.
Now that Tewdwr is safe and justice is done, it is time to burn the Wicker Man.
Reward: 1,700 XP.
Speak to Gunnar
Go back to Glowecestre to talk to Gunnar. Gunnar would like to accompany you during the ceremony of burning a Wicker Man; afterward, you will depart on your way back to Raven Harbor.
Speak to Cynon / Speak to Tewdwr
If you have spared Cynon's life, approach the Wicker Man and talk to him before the ceremony begins. If Cynon was executed, talk to Tewdwr.
There are several possible endings of the Glowecestrescire saga, and we'll explain all of them below.
- If you killed Cynon and Modron: The Wicker Man will burn without a sacrifice, and Gwenydd will tell Eivor that her mother foresaw his future, and he will be punished more than she could ever wish for. The girl will remain in Tewdwr's care
- If you have spared the Cynon and Modron: The Cynon sacrifices himself and dies in flames of the Wicker Man; and Modron says goodbye to him for the last time. Gwenydd stays with her mother;
- If you assassinated Cynon and spared Modron: the Wicker Man burns without a sacrifice because Tewdwr claims that no one can sacrifice himself instead of Cynon. Gwenydd stays with her mother;
- If you saved Cynon and assassinated Modron: Cynon is sacrificed. Before he enters the cage, he says that he had hoped that Eivor would take pity on Modron and spared her... Tewdwr will take care of Gwenydd;
Regardless of how this part of the story ends, you will ally with Glowecestrescire.
After the ceremony, the mission will end and you will receive 1 700 XP as a reward.