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  • hydrogenmissle
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    Im not talking about recreating the world to be like odyssey many people have stated thats impossible rn whatever, what IS clearly possible is adding brand new game modes, so why not make conquest war a new game mode, ubisoft talks about trying to give us repeatable content but fails in regards to incentive to contiue playing, why not reimplement those conquest battles from odyssy into valhalla, without making it smaller scale. All i hear is poor excuse after poor excuse as to why ubisoft wont add them, for crying out loud i was half expecting to enter into a conquest battle the first time eivor met king alfred with his giant army standing guard. its not history breaking its not impossible its not even game breaking, to add them, it would just simply be a new entertaining game mode that involves going to battle against a large army, and killing a bunch of people like a true viking warrior. We do not have this is any shape or form in the game rn. sieges are cool i wish they were repeatable but they are just not conquest battles from odyssey. I would like to have repeatable sieges along side repeatable conquest battles in this new game mode im suggesting. Can u imagine tho, doing river raids to gain supplys for a siege, then before the siege begins u have to do a conquest battle and after that conquest battle u unlock the siege then after the siege u now control the fortificatiob wich will give u trade supplys like u have in irelands ringforts. the trade supplys would give u gear or cosmetic items which can be used/equiped and/or sold at merchants for extra silver then after a period of time your fortification gets attacked and u must defend it and if u lose u have to do more river raids to prep for another siege to retake your lost fortress, It just sounds sooo badass I just dont know if im gonna be heard or not.

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