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  • EthicalCobra
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    I remembered how interesting Fenrir and the life of the gods was, many twists and how fate binds Eivor almost inevitably with Odin, and that if Eivor follows Odin's example will result in a bad ending.
    But what if you added an expansion where Fenrir appeared again? Trying to kill Eivor knowing that she/he's Odin's reincarnation and depending on the players decisions and choices made in the game, will either result in Eivor having to kill Fenrir, trap him again or (make this route a little difficult) to befriend Fenrir.
    A little cheesy for some, I know, but I'd seriously want to meet Fenrir again and being able to reconcile/apologize to Fenrir (although we trapped Loki) would be seriously cool and satisfying!!
    Perhaps even the outcome of what happens to Fenrir he'd appear again in the Future with Basim(Loki)! It'd be an interesting change or events, and depending on Eivor's choice on what she/he'll do with Fenrir will have an impact on the main story playing as Basim, possibly him even discovering his son is still alive through the animus.

    I hope this reaches you and that you might consider my idea.
    Thank you, have a good day!

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