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  • GhostAgent14
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    Hello there fellow Assassins/Vikings!! So, we had a couple of choices in regards to some characters in the Siege of Paris storyline, and I was curious to see what others selected. Also, there were two different endings...well...not all that different endings. Here is what I chose in regards to Sigfred and Charles.

    Sigfred - I grew a bit tired of his insatiable thirst for revenge, and it got very old after he killed those innocent women and children. When he and Eivor were in conflict there towards the end, I was licking my chops because I sensed a boss fight coming. I was gonna waste that guy for sure. However, the game threw me a complete curve when it gave me a choice to spare him. I chose that to see what would happen, and he actually listened to Eivor and had a change of heart. So forgiveness won out on that one, and I was happy with that after all was said and done.

    Charles the Fat - He was definitely a complex antagonist in the story. Depending on one's beliefs, he could either be viewed as a person who was literally possessed by a demon or a person who was suffering from mental illness. I have to say that Richardis had a big impact on my final decision with Charles, and I chose to spare him. Richardis was a great character, and it was neat to watch the friendship and trust grow between her and Eivor. I also liked her son Bernard. Odo probably would have been okay as a king, but I liked Bernard better for it, as he seemed like a nice young man with a good heart and level head.

    Letter from Richardis - After completing the DLC and going back to the longhouse at Ravensthorpe, Eivor says he got a new letter. It was from Richardis, and it was amazing!! She thanked Eivor for sparing her husband's life and was letting him know that everything was good. I thoroughly enjoyed this letter and thought it was quite heartfelt. It made me feel even better about my choice to spare Charles.

    So how about the rest of you? What choices did you make?

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