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  • michaelsaunby
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    Hi there my name is Michael I have a request why do we not have one handed swords in assassin’s creed Valhalla it’s a huge deal in the pagan Viking history etc Swords were in the hands of great warriors leaders and jarls etc ??? I am requesting that one handed swords be Brought to the game in a patch or update thank you very much Please look up the history to Viking blades and swords A lot of their swords will have horse symbol Raven symbols Wolf symbols serpents symbol or bear symbols and runes And even some of the most valuable blades will have like a rainbow metal metallic material because of how the blade is forged looks a lot like domestic steel etc ty Ideas I have are the swords can be based off of the pagan gods and Animals that the Vikings would highly admire worship or respect such as bears wolves eagles Ravens ravens horses and serpents etc That way they can have like guard break heavy attack damage and alpha damage for the bear one critical hit and speed for the wolf Sneak attack bonuses and critical hit for the eagle poison attack or life steal for the serpent These are just some ideas I hope you will look into it and consider thank you I don’t know if blades for the gods could be useful But simply chances to do electric damage or have lightning come down from the sky and strike an enemy fire damage to set someone on fire and do damage overtime ice damage to freezing enemy etc. poison damage to cause paralysis or sleep Or even a sword that causes smoke and chance of hit to conceal you

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