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  • Gladiatuh.
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    Ok so I’ve been playing some AC Valhalla and the Viking came out in me and wanted more glory and war aha so I came up with this DLC idea let me know what you think!?

    Concept 1: There has been peace across the lands until now, Aelfred returns to claim what he has lost and will destroy anyone in his path to get it! Ravensthrope is in danger….So Eivor must prepare for war and call upon his allies for help, Eivor will have to complete missions to help his allies regain there lands and defeat enemies to Unite the Lands and when the lands are united you will go to war and fight Aelfred and you will end the reign of terror! Eivor will claim the glory as First Viking King but the celebrations will only be brief because he must defend the lands from a new enemy that invades the shores of his newly acquired kingdom.

    Concept 2:  I don’t know if you have plans for Aelfred so instead I had a back up plan that keeps the whole concept just changes the story a bit, so Aelfred returns a new changed king looking for peace and prosperity! Aelfred claims the kingdom and because Eivor United the lands and defeated the order, Aelfred calls upon him to thank him and to also ask Eivor if he will join him in defeating a new enemy that invades the shores of England and that threatens them all! Aelfred ask’s Eivor if he will serve as Lord of Ravensthrope and as War Advisor to Aelfred’s army, When you accept the mission you join Aelfred and it begins the dlc.

    This part of the concept stays the same for both. Ravensthrope grows stronger and with more people and now can be upgraded to a fortified city. So now Eivor is now Jarl and Lord or Ravensthrope and War advisor of the kings army or He is The First Viking King of England depending on the story concept but Eivor would get random in game alerts that would say one part of the kingdom or his allies is under attack or there is a castle under siege and it would give you missions that you could rally and go to war and defend or attack from the enemies and invaders. Also as a bonus if you completed certain DLCs you can call on those countries as allies to help in time of war (ex. Norway, Ireland, France, and etc). With that you can reintroduce a multitude of old characters or even new characters, create alliance’s with new countries and introduce new enemies from different places and countries. ( Endless possibilities ) It would be a similar concept like odyssey and the map would have different colors like say the enemy captured a piece of land and that land is red, you would have to go there and activate a war mission and fight to reclaim it through a random war event like open field battle or castle reclaim and siege or etc. 

    Thoughts? 

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  • arni-GX
    42 posts

    @gladiatuh

    yup, that is a great idea..... free new DLC after completed all main quest in this AC valhalla......

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