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  • Adrenelator
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    Just shedding light on some bugs that I have come across with my time in Valhalla. Game runs fine on my end so no complaints there, more just quality of life things when it comes to the game.

    1. Territory Completion bug when looting Ingots off of Elites.
      1. As outlined in the Known Issues thread sometimes looting ingots does not remove the marker on the map or add to the 'wealth' of that region. In my experience this has occurred 3 times and I believe it has to do with the leash radius of map marker in relation to where the enemy dies and is subsequently looted. Only encountered this issue in small settlements, once in Norway and twice in England. So if enemy is killed too far away from the area that is marked on the map then the game does not seem to recognise the loot being taken.
    2. Female enemies and allies with male voices.
      1. Noticed this the first time I fought or rather ran into a zealot. Reading their description I believe I am correct in assuming that the two I came across are females but all voice lines were distinctly male. Also ran into this issue in Ravensthorpe when I ran into a female jomsviking at camp. I believe it was one created by another user but again the same problem where the character is distinctly female but has a male VA.


    That is all from me, those are probably the two biggest issues I haven encountered so shoutout to the boys for a really well made game, most definitely enjoying my time in England. Thanks!

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