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  • wVw_Alyssa_wVw
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    As I labeled this would be a sizeable spoiler for those that haven't gotten this far in the game, if you haven't completed the region Oxenefordscire I'd suggest turning away.

    There's a weird bug with Fulke, after finding out she's an Order member at the end of the Oxenefordscire region questline, there's a barn East of the town Oxeneforda called Eatun Barn, I believe this was the place you and Fulke ambushed those guards before the siege of the castle but I forgot. Anyway, I went here looking for a cultist clue after the questline and as I was looking around I got attacked by a wolf and guess who came to my aid lol. Fulke's character model is at Eatun Barn and is marked as a friendly when using Odin Sight so I can't mow her down.

    It's not game breaking or anything, just kind of threw me off a little, and since I'm decently certain this is just runoff material from the ambush quest that didn't fully despawn I figured I'd report it.

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  • p3ZmEtZ
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    Same here. Just encountered Fulke's model spawned at the barn, at the top of the hill where you would expect the soldiers to pass in the pledge mission, except that was after completing the scire and everything revealed. I even took a photo of here. I believe you will find the photo on the map view at the barn.
    Cheers!

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