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  • Mysticales
    Original poster 4 posts

    Something I was surprised I didnt see in the game, was a longboat of Vikings, singing warrior songs, getting you pumped and into the heart of battle, or victory. Been posting this around and this is definatly something many of us would pay for as DLC. To get Crew warrior songs, or even in the Longhouse. Take a look at these examples and you will see what I mean and how indeed these would work well in ACV. Rough voices singing, fists bumping and shields banging!


    and,

    Longhouse https://t.co/q8kHKroXZQ?amp=1
    And a side thing.. Surprised Skald wasnt in this game.. https://t.co/dpnvXK3er1?amp=1

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  • speedynl21
    79 posts

    pay for some songs ?, it shoud have being in the game from the start

  • Mysticales
    Original poster 4 posts

    @speedynl21 Oh I agree with you there.. but least I hope we can get enough attention now to this for the devs maybe to work on it with the dlc items coming out.

  • anteronoid
    28 posts

    The crew are singing in the boats, buts its not even close to what i expected. They sing English fairy songs with lute... really. I was expecting some roars and drums and manly viking stuff like the stuff above... jees the songs on the boats are pathetic.

  • Mysticales
    Original poster 4 posts

    @anteronoid I 100% agree with you. Its almost the songs youd expect a bard or minstrel to sing. Not at all what you would expect a boatload of vikings to be singing.

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