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  • SECTROD
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    Ive discoverd a glitch that is about the arc of Linconshire the second time. I choose the Biship to the leader, the one that is with the order. I have finished the Arc of Winshester and I have only that left. I need help to solve this glitch.

    The glitch works so that when I go to the alliance map nothing special happenes, but when I pledge to Linconshire all fasts forward. The knife just appers in the table and I got the quest and then I zooms out like there shall be a dialogue but I just stand there. Can’t move, Can’t open the map to fast travel, I can’t do anything. Not even open my saves or something. I can open my inventory and the other things except the map. I have goen so fart that I changed Eivors “animus” but It did not help.

    I play sometimes valhalla now and everytime I try the glitch but it won’t work.
    😞 Pls help me



    im under the water

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  • guest-i5g2ggiH
    2 posts

    @sectrod im having the same issue

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