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  • AurioDK
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    I finished AC Odyssey which I did like, was too long and just did the main story in the end, the whole cult business didn´t really interest me after doing the story. I did get the feeling though that the character pretty much stayed authentic to his personality for the majority of the campaign, some discrepancies here and there but nothing I felt worth contemplating.

    In AC Valhalla I feel I am controlling Jekyll & Hyde at times, he supports peace and understands the necessity for stability while at the same time ravaging the countryside for silver and glory. While I am only killing soldiers in those raids, we all know that´s merely to spare the audience the for the true horror some raids did cause. My thread is however not about how Vikings were, it´s about the main character only and he is a feather in the wind, some roleplaying can lean him towards being more violent/peaceful but in the end he is not much different from the villains we slay, he causes chaos and mayhem at will in every raid.

    I do realise it´s a game and "Viking" activities are required, so we are put through the entire spectrum of Viking ordeals from an entertainment point of view. Most games do manage to keep their characters somewhat aligned towards a specific mentality, Eivor however seems in dialogue to be much more mentally capable than in his actions. In a way it´s like he is a different character in the campaign than he is in pretty much everything else.

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  • A Former User
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    I'd like choices on who I am. Am I the peacemaker or the conqueror? I'd like to make that choice and I would like it if it carried consequences.

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