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  • FrozeNova16
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    I want to start off by saying that if any of these have been addressed and fixed in previous threads, I apologize for bringing them up again and would appreciate any links to these fixes.

    As I already saw has been posted and is being looked into, is the Mari Lwyd cloak glitch. It didn't seem to have a fix yet, but if anyone knows anything more, please let me know.

    Next is that I have killed every Order of the Ancients member and pledged to every single region, yet I never got the last clue for The Father. I read somewhere that there was a mission to be given by Hathym, but I never received this.

    After completing the Hamtunscire arc and speaking Randvi, I got the quest for Gunnar's marriage. I went through it and talked to everyone and got through the quest, but that's where things take a very bad turn. I looked at my quests as that's where my menu opened up, and it says I need to progress further in the main game to access the Yuletide event. I had already participated in the event and bought all the items, but it's now locked me out. I tried to run over to the event location, but I can not leave the wedding area as the camera is now stuck in that section, zooming out like when you get too close to the edge of the world. I am also unable to fast travel to any location or even another region. This was my breaking point, as throughout the course of my gameplay I had experienced countless and numerous times where my game would just crash out of nowhere. Either in a cutscene, getting hit by a spear off my horse, or simply running around.

    I have the digital Ultimate Edition for Ps4 if that makes a difference.

    Again, if any of these have been looked into and fixed, please feel free to let me know and drop links to the threads. I loved Valhalla, and constantly kept an open mind, but I'm reaching my limit.

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  • FrozeNova16
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    @frozenova16
    I have also found that I and others are missing 3 database entries in the codex. This is one location, one person, and one faction. It appears as thought the location entry for "The Raven Clan's Settlement" is missing for most, if not all people. And if I had to take a guess on the missing person and faction entries, this might be something Isu related. I'm not sure if these are supposed to be still locked, or should have triggered, so I'm just including it here.

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