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  • Adrilz312
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    I think the game engine itself has problems spawning objects at times, and it's NOT quest specific. Most of the time this bug occurs when loading a game from a save where that save has the object spawned already. A few examples of the occurrences I've encountered are as follows:

    • During the Nudist world event, while Eivor was in the Nudist camp, I tried to change the change the Show Nudity setting, which caused the game to reload. After the game reloaded, I talked to one of the NPCs who told Eivor about the clothes box "hidden by the tent." For the life of me, I couldn't find one at the tent.
    • During the Asgard questline, in the Well of Urdr solving the light puzzle, I quick-saved in the middle, and quit the game. Later on I loaded the quick save, and the ray of light that was supposed to be there was gone. I reloaded to an earlier auto save and the ray of light returned again.
    • During the Saint Albanes Abbey Raid, there was a resource chest behind breakable rocks that normally could be destroyed by an oil jar's explosion. I spent a good 20 minutes wandering around the area, either with Eivor or with his raven Synyn, searching for an oil jar because I could've sworn I saw one during the battle, but I couldn't find one. Eventually I loaded the latest save and did the raid again, and the oil jars were right there.
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