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  • Ulatar
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    I play the German version, first of all I apologize for my possible bad grammar and incorrect spelling!


    Here is my problem:

    First I finished "Rumors of Ledecestre"...
    Then I started "Walls of Tempelbrough"
    Once I delivered Aethelswith to the camp next to the river, a cutscene triggered...
    Then "Tilting the Balance" started... after the cutscene with Lady Aethelswith in Tamewreothe, nothing happened...
    I had to quit the game and a day later, I played about 14 hours some other quests (Lunden, Asgard etc.) and now the quest says i should meet Sigurd and Uppa in Tempelbrough!?!
    Is there something i can fix??? Restart or something???


    There are no questmarkers... I went to "Offechirch" after I read a walkthrough... nothing...





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  • CH_SwissWolf
    3 posts

    @ulatar

    fast same here.
    No questmarker, but when

    spoiler

    and than the mission status have changed.

    Have you find him?

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