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  • R09U3A55A55IN90
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    So i was playing assassins creed Valhalla and in the game you have to get six codex pages right and give them to Hytham. When you do this you are told to speak to Reda about the codexs and he mentions that he has a letter written long ago by Bayek however he says he has not seen Bayek for a long time and he knows him personally which means he is old, like almost nine hundreds years if I’m not mistaken as origins is set between 49-43 BC and Valhalla between 871 and 878 AD. so with that said how has Reda survived for that long and not aged a day. Is he an immortal like the main character at the end of assassins creed odyssey or is he using some Isu tech or is he an Isu himself. If so what is his real purpose in the games what is his connection. Is he the quiet observer watching as the events of the games unfold. It would be nice if he has been secretly watching the war between the assassins and Templars unfold. It would make sense because who would actually pay attention to some kid or really notice him and it is a good disguise. That and what does role does the thousand eye organisation play in assassins creed as a whole. Why would a child have contracts out to kill people and the like. Anyway just a theory or two. The other thing as well at the end of Valhalla Eivor asks if read is going to stick around and Reda says that he is nomadic and he’ll stick around for a year or 2 before moving on. Maybe so no one figures out who he is.

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