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  • VicRedguard
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    If I hit continue, the save CTDs. (Latest save being Cloud ones).

    I I manually load save, no matter what is written on save (e.x. Quests written is Heavy is the Head or the raid that happens when you get Settlement 3 and the 2 pledges done) for the quest or the location (Venocis, Ravensthorpe etc.) - the save starts back to the cutscene of the combat between Leofrith, along with Ceolburg or wolf, (the son).

    I feel like the set variable for the exclusive combat of Leofrith has not closed properly, and as such they want to resolve that scene. However, the combat was done. The save is mentioned to be in Ravensthorpe, not on the Isle of M... or whatever.

    How can I fix my save ?

    I either cannot play or have to rollback and lose like MANY hours of playtime. plus, it does not say, if I do combat again, where quests will stand as they are completed.

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