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  • coldsteelblue
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    When I heard that Valhalla was going to b set in England, I was beyond happy, as I love Norse mythology & being able to sack my home country back in Saxon times was going to be fun.

    Imagine my surprise when Eivor landed in England & sailed down the river Nene, the river that run through my town (as well as a few others) but when the village name was revealed, Ravensthorpe, it really made my eyes open, so I looked at the map fully & yes (unless my geography is absolutely terrible), Evior & clan are based in Northamptonshire, as Ravensthorpe is a village in the parish of Daventry, this is truly surreal.

    (I'm not normally one for giving out personal info online, but this is too bizzare not to comment on)

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  • TORFINR
    375 posts

    I'm sure that your back garden has more replayability than Valhalla 🙄 👏

  • TheGrimReeferzz
    44 posts

    @torfinr hahaha your the real legend here ! I live in the UK in the kingdom of what was once Mercia and I would rather raid my corner shop then the villages in this game

  • Patricia81994
    113 posts

    Then you better start digging in your back garden maybe you'll find some interesting Viking relics. 😜

  • TORFINR
    375 posts

    @patricia81994 Haha.
    I live in Southern-Finland, and 15 years ago they fount a rune stone piece (a fragment of it) and a viking sword at 250m of my house.
    Since then they started digging a bit more and it seems that my home town were indeed a viking "node" called Birckala (litt. The village of Birka. Could have been an ally of the Jarl of Birka, it's a possible theory.
    I know how it feels when history becomes real, and when you have conscience that the past took place exactly where you live.
    So existing! 😊 👍 👍

  • Patricia81994
    113 posts
    @patricia81994 Haha.
    I live in Southern-Finland, and 15 years ago they fount a rune stone piece (a fragment of it) and a viking sword at 250m of my house.
    Since then they started digging a bit more and it seems that my home town were indeed a viking "node" called Birckala (litt. The village of Birka. Could have been an ally of the Jarl of Birka, it's a possible theory.
    I know how it feels when history becomes real, and when you have conscience that the past took place exactly where you live.
    So existing! 😊 👍 👍


    See @coldsteelblue maybe you get lucky just as @TORFINR as well and you find some interesting relics maybe even a one handed Viking sword. 😂

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