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  • SaintsBeast7
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    Hey guys,

    I just wanted to give you a heads up on some bugs that I've encountered since I've started playing:

    1. In Norway, some of the "wealths" are inaccessible. I can't get through the door and there are no alternative ways in.

    2. I'll try to get this one on video if I can, but I shot arrows at someone with a light bow, then dodged. The game froze, then hopped forward,, and my arrows ended up in my back, killing me instantly.

    3. In Tamworth fortress, chasing the tattoo, you can get stuck in between the cart and the wall near the lift towards the end of the run. Ypur character makes the falling animation for several seconds, then dies.

    4. In the mystery south of Cweornric (the one with the "prisoner" woman and her champion that turns out to be roleplay), nobody ever shows up. I waited 10 minutes, and no enemy combatants ever presented themselves. Can't finish that mystery until that gets resolved.

    That's all I have for now. Thanks for taking the time to read and for what's been an awesome game so far.

    Side note: I'm on PC.

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  • wamchuk
    1 posts

    @saintsbeast7 I'm also on PC. I was also not able to complete the mystery mentioned in point 4.

  • JeremyGordon
    1 posts

    I've also had this bug. Nobody showed up, and I couldn't interact with the woman anymore, she just stood there. I went away and thought I'd come back later and the mystery would reset -- but nope, the mystery shows as still active on my map screen -- but the door is barred with unbreakable wooden plank and nothing is interactive.

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