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  • Darvk
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    Having played the game for a couple of days now I have an idea for a location that could possibly be added as a DLC that might be a pefect fit. I am from a county in the far North of Scotland called Caithness (known to the Norwegian vikings that settled here as Katanes) historical record has the settlement date as around the 10th century which puts it very close to the time period the game is set in, and it is referenced in the Orkneyinga Saga as well, but other than that there is little recorded history from that time meaning there is plenty of room for a narrative to take place there without historical constraints. An additional boon is that there are maps available with the traditional Norse names, and the Picts instead of Saxons are the local culture. To replace the Roman ruins as a backdrop there are numerous neolithic Brochs and burial mounds that exist in the area, also there are many castles that were Norse in origin dotted around the coast, even ones that are later in design today were likely built on top of earlier sites. Coincidentally as well as interestingly, Caithness has had 2 symbols associated with it historically and even now is present on the county flag, and that is a ship and a raven, which could help tie it to the games raven clan.

    I personally think that Caithness would be an interesting choice as opposed to utilising more traditionally recognised former Viking settled areas like Orkney or Shetland which are usually more represented in writings and media, although if you chose to do them all together that could also be very interesting too. Hopefully this will get seen by a staff member but if not, anyone who does read this, cheers for reading my thoughts!

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  • FylkirPanzer
    180 posts

    @darvk +1 to this. Personally I'd like it if the map was bigger to the extent that it showed the entirety of England, Wales, and Scotland. I was thinking that we could raid Lindisfarne in Northumbria, but it's not present, and I greatly enjoyed the environment and fighting the Picts, etc. in Eurvicscire. The first two confirmed new locations will be portion of Ireland, and some of Frankia. Maybe in later expansions we get Wales and the rest of Scotland/Shetland, the Faroe Islands and Iceland, etc.

  • SouldrinkerLP
    316 posts

    "Sadly" the places for DLC are already decided upon. Ireland and Siege of Paris. I do hope tho that this is just Season 1 of DLC. I want more than these two stories. I love Eivor, I do love this game very much. I was so extremly disappointed by Odyssey but I am so happy with Valhalla 🙂 And I like Eivor more than I liked Ezio after playing AC2 but not more than Ezio after Brotherhood.

    They struck gold for me with Eivor. (I do play as male Eivor tho. I know it is not canon. But they have the same character anyway)

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