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  • Crusher5699
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    Been playing as a male character but when npc talk about eivor they call him a she just wondering if it's a bug?

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  • UbiKobold
    Ubisoft Support Staff 518 posts

    Hey! Thank you for letting us know! Is it every NPC you talk to, or does it only happen occasionally? Also, please try our quick guide here. >> https://ubi.li/nbGmm

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  • Crusher5699
    Original poster 2 posts

    @ubikobold so far since I started I have heard from 3 npc during cutscene where they call him that.

  • Ubi-Swaggins
    Ubisoft Support Staff 340 posts

    @crusher5699 Do you remember which characters this was happening with? Or roughly where in the game you were?

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  • zaclars420
    1 posts

    @ubi-swaggins so far for me one of the two brothers in East Anglia calls male Eivor “she”, and so does Alfida (Alfrida?) in Essexe.

  • Steve102781
    2 posts

    This keeps happening to me all over the place. Some npcs refer to eivor as he still tho, and some she. It just happened in winchester where I'm facing off with the Quill and the little girl calls Eivor a she, its everywhere, please fix this. IT is off putting.

  • hazelpog
    1 posts

    @ubikobold hi! I've played the game twice now and I have some examples of when they called male Eivor "she/her". I could be missing a few points but this is what I have so far- I had it with Ceobert in his ambient dialogue at the war table, "she's on her way" And then in Kingmaker when I called the brothers flaccid during the fist battle they have in the long house, they say "she called us flaccid". And in Essex and during the quest with the Ealdorman and his old flame "Has Eivor told you everything?" "Aye, she has". There was also another which I don't remember the name of quest but you're hunting a member of the Order, you have to question the children in the area to find her. When you go looking in the sewers a cut scene plays and the little girl NPC goes "There she is!" Earlier in the game they did refer to him as "him/his" so I find the switch of pronouns interesting lol. I apologize in advance if this isn't descriptive enough!

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