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    TheNorfolkian
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    Ubisoft has a real opportunity to make upcoming Siege of Paris DLC something special by linking Valhalla to Unity in the same way the Vinland quest tied in AC3 and Rogue. I’m hoping we see connections to the Pieces of Eden seen in Unity and the Dead Kings DLC. It would be pretty cool to see if the Viking attempts to conquer Paris are thwarted by a Sword of Eden that is later handed down through the Templar Order to Jacques de Molay and Thomas de Carneillon, and also an Apple of Eden that is eventually acquired by Saint Denis.

    Since it’s very likely that the DLC will cover the historical Siege of Paris that took place between 885–886, we will probably see Eivor aid Sigfred and Sinric, and later join with Rollo. We know that the historical Vikings ventured along the Siene and Loire Rivers, and that they pillaged a number of towns around Paris and beyond, so I suspect we shall see quite a large map. Charles the Bald was king of both East and West Francia at the time of the Viking expedition, so the areas of France to be featured in the map could be very broad. I do hope the story carries us as far as the creation of Normandy following the Siege of Chartres. Regardless, it should be fun to revisit France in the AC universe.

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