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  • JLTrippin
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    I've read of several people reporting this issue on Reddit, but I have no idea if Ubisoft checks there and I didn't see anything about it here. During the Seas of Fate, when Styrbjorn confronts Eivor and Sigurd at the docks when they prepare to leave for England, two of Harald's men approach and accuse Eivor of murdering some of their fellows in the woods. I assumed this was just a scripted thing that happened off-camera, since I am absolutely sure I didn't kill any of his men. Then I watched some gameplay of others and noticed the different dialogue without the accusation. Upon making a new game, I made sure to kill absolutely nobody outside of Kjotve's men, only killing in missions and killing nobody at all after the assault on Kjotve's fortress. Eivor was still accused of murder. Not a big issue at all, and I'm sure there are more important things to work on, but I'm seeing some confusion about it. I am playing on PC, but I don't know whether consoles are having the same issue or not.

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