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  • MR.OPERATOR.
    Original poster 13 posts

    I think there is a bug during the trial of raven at Wenlocan outpost. Some guards are surprisingly not attracted by whisting. When I'm hidden crouched in the grass behind the wooden pillars (but with some space to enter into the grass), I whistle to attrack a nearby guard, however instead of coming to me to check what's going on, he goes somewhere else to climb up the ladder to the platform and doesn't seem to come back. The problem is, that he seems to disappear! At my first succesfull attempt, I haven't calculated assassinations but at the score screen I realised I miss one assassination (I was pretty sure I eliminated everyone I could see). So I repeated the trial, however now, before collecting the last artifact, I checked if I miss it again by calculating the score and it turned out I again miss one assassination. So, before picking the artifact, I came back to the camp, looked everywhere and there was no guards, i.e. every single one has been assassinated. Yet again I missed one assassination for gold medal.
    I thought of this a bit and I realised that the abovementioned guard might be missing since I don't recall eliminating him. So I decided to change the approach. Instead of attracting him as my second target, I attracted his as a third one. He still did the same but now I could assassinate without being detected. The problem was that now, another guard didn't act as I think he should (come to the grass to check when I whistle). Instead, he also went to the ladder (the same situation as with my second prey), however I could eliminate him on his way to the ladder. That was extremely risky, since there was another guard who could detect me. Luckily, the game worked in my favour this time (to be honest, I think this also was bugged since I think I should have been spotted at this time. I really have no idea why the bar turned red, battle music started to play but I remained undetected...). This definitely shouldn't work like this.

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  • Ubi-WheelyDuck
    Ubisoft Support Staff 413 posts

    Hey there,

    Sorry to hear that you are encountering trouble with guards behaving in unexpected ways.

    Would it be at all possible to share a link to a video showing exactly what you encounter so we can investigate further?

    Many thanks

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  • MR.OPERATOR.
    Original poster 13 posts

    @ubi-wheelyduck Unfortunately, I cannot as I haven't recorded it. But apart from this one I have experienced numerous bugs during other trials, which may shed some light on the topic - in general, ridiculous behaviour of AI. Examples:

    1. Trial of the wolf (don't remember location but I guess gear visible at the picture, surroundings and objectives can point to it): a guard literally entered a rock, which made him invulnerable to any harm. Shooting a few arrows at this rock caused him to pop up above the rock thus unbugging it. See the picture in this link. The archer was inside the mountain: https://we.tl/t-np4Jhcl1iI
    2. Trial of the raven at Templeborough fort: Two guards went outside the accessible area (they got stuck between the fort's wall and map's border, see the picture in this link:https://we.tl/t-fLzAXsXRHP This time I had to restart the trial.
    3. The same trial, another attempt. One of the guards on the platform decided to leave his position but AI seems to be too bad to use ladders so he decided to jump off the platform. He died to fall damage, which automatically fails the objective to assassinate him or kill him by poison. Had to restard the trial...
    4. Trial of the wolf at Templeborough fort: after failing at one of the attempts, I immidiately restarted it and nearby oil jars exploded without any interaction from my side (I haven't shot them). I cannot provide a video as I am not recording and a picture would not provide any information (infinite number of arrows, so I cannot even prove I haven't shot at it).

    Those are only examples and the list could be expanded.
    Moreover, I have experienced several times a bug, in which the game randomly threw Eivor into the air and killed him. I have seen this happening to NPCs as well. So the guard may have as well been randomly killed like that.

  • Ubi-Orion
    Ubisoft Support Staff 459 posts

    @mr-operator

    Thanks for providing this info. I can confirm that these issues with guards either going missing or behaving unexpectedly is under active investigation at the moment. To assist us with this investigation please ensure your save file is up to date on the cloud so we can forward this on for you. Thanks!

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  • MR.OPERATOR.
    Original poster 13 posts

    @ubi-orion They are uo-to-date (or at least should be :))

  • Ubi-Milky
    Ubisoft Support Staff 699 posts

    Hello @mr-operator thank you for letting us know your game is fully updated.

    I believe we are working on a fix that may resolve a certain issue, planned in the future, for this Mastery Challenge, Trial of the Raven at Wenlocan, but this is linked to players being unable to loot the actual artifact medal.

    If you can record a video of this particular trial and the issues you experience with attaining it, it would be most helpful to our investigation.



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