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  • Tolkyyn
    Original poster 77 posts

    I know where the zealot I'm missing should be, I've ridden all over the area, he's not there. Why a lone zealot would have the last clue for "The Faterh," I can't imagine. Also I've finished the main story and the whole Asgard fiasco. So how am I to complete the last objective? There's no quest log to tell you what you might need to complete this. My resident Hidden One is useless. With so many major other bugs, I'm thinking I should just leave this game behind. I haven't been able to fast travel for a few days. So what am I missing and why isn't the zealot where he should be? The Zealot I'm missing is Cudhberct. He should be in the southwestern area of Oxenfordscire, he has gone missing.

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  • Tolkyyn
    Original poster 77 posts

    @tolkyyn Okay, I finally killed the last Zealot, but the dialogue I should get with Hytham isn't happening. What am I to do to get to the Father? I mean, I figured out who he was a while ago, but it still says I have 5/6 clues.

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