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  • GuardianOZ
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    I snuck in to a monastery, from on land and Assassinated, almost half the town before I used the horn and started the raid.
    Barging the first door, a civilian came and help. Which worked great for 2 doors and 2 chests.
    The last chest I could not get any help for.
    So I went looking. The crew were fighting with arrows, the troops on the land. From the longship
    I swam out the the longship, backed up and the then used the "Raid" option. NO luck.
    I then backed the longship further. No Luck.
    I had to kill all the enemy soldiers they were engaged with. And back the longship a long way away and wait for the OAR animation and then speed into the Raid area.
    The crew unloaded, and at this stage all the soldiers of the town were already dead by my hand.
    I then was finally able to reach the last assist door and chest.

    It makes me ask. What is the horn for? If the crew will always arrive via the raid zone, and the not the gate you are standing in ? And then why did they stay in the longship?

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