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  • Last-Viking33
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    I recently defeated another daughter and found a note in a cave near the boss fight talking about a blood line. Now after both fights I've recevied a piece of Thors armor. Now I haven't finished the third sister but im pretty sure I know where to take their daggers/keys that you also receive after defeating them. Just a thought I haven't finished off the last so please no spoilers. But maybe their somehow related or have the blood of Thor in them which grants them their special magik that Eivor mentioned how they have the ability to do that. And I seen the God of thunders ability in Asgard. Very impressive to say the least.

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  • bahutsauvage
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    @last-viking33 As I interpret the Story Lerion was a (probably) Saxon Ealdorman who refused to be christianized and worshipped the old saxon gods which are basically the same as the norse, including Thor. Therefor, i'd say, it is not too far fetched that he was in posession of an armor with thors blessing and/or was familiar with some wierd old pagan magic to grant his Daughters the power. There's evidence enough for human sacrifice and such.

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