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  • I have a bug in river raid maps and heavy attacks with shift and left mouse button are not working (two light and heavy shields.)

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    Lukinator75
    Original poster 18 posts

    I have had a little problem for a long time. During the river invasions I completed all three maps of the river invasions, and it turns out that the River Severn is missing one map of the traces of the river invasion, yet I got the trace of the third map at the monastery on the River Severn. After all, there is no second clue in this river. I think I have a bug, I cleaned everything up.

    The second problem is that most often when fighting with two different types of shields I cannot perform strong attacks after pressing shift and lpm at the same time. I keep getting light attacks. It was the same in fenyx rising, except that there you could not make a heavy ax attack while holding shift and lpm. But it was already patched there. Until then, I also have a problem with AC Valhalla.

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  • bielik01
    943 posts

    @Lukinator75 "Przednie towary" 🤣
    I didn't play the game in Polish, but I didn't think it would be so funny.

  • Lukinator75
    Original poster 18 posts

    @bielik01 Are you so funny from the Polish translation or what?

  • bielik01
    943 posts

    @lukinator75 Foreign Supplies don't translate to "Przednie towary", I don't know who come up with it.

  • Lukinator75
    Original poster 18 posts

    @bielik01 In Poland they always explain differently here, for me it is without meaning. After all, I took this trail of river maps from the monastery, why didn't I pass it? After all, there is no other clue in this river.

  • bielik01
    943 posts

    @lukinator75 did you try Northern Monastery? The clue should be in a church, behind locked doors, on a table:

    Use Odin Sight to locate it (it should be white just like River Raids keys).
    Powodzenia!

  • Lukinator75
    Original poster 18 posts

    @bielik01 I've been there to that northern monastery but there's nothing there for an abandoned, ransacked monastery.

  • Lukinator75
    Original poster 18 posts

    Picture a northern monastery.

  • bielik01
    943 posts

    @lukinator75 więc nic nie ma na stole za zablokowanymi drzwiami w kościele?

  • Lukinator75
    Original poster 18 posts

    @bielik01 Jak kiedyś tam byłem to nic nie było na tym stole. A przedwczoraj byłem tam to nawet wejść tam nie mogłem, były tam jakieś zrujnowane budynki, stare drzwi. Albo ten klasztor jest już ograbiony całkowicie. Mówię to jakiś błąd gry. Przecież odblokowałem Rzekę Dee ostatnią.

  • bielik01
    943 posts

    @lukinator75 a spróbuj coś takiego: rozpocznij najazd na rzekę Severn, wyjdź, rozpocznij raz jeszcze, znowu wyjdź, rozpocznij trzeci raz (wszystkie ikonki powinny być czerwone) i wtedy udaj się do klasztoru.

    Ale jeśli odblokowałeś rzekę Dee, to znaczy, że musiałeś zdobyć wskazówkę. Był już kiedyś taki błąd zgłoszony i mnie już nie pojawia się "Tropy map rzecznych 0/1".

  • Lukinator75
    Original poster 18 posts

    @bielik01 Dobra problem rozwiązany. Zrobiłem najazd na Rzekę Dee, tam były jakieś nieodkryte miejsca i po ukończeniu najazdu mam wszystko zaliczone. Dziękuję.

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