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  • LadySwampfox
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    I was going around and exploring England and trying to un-fog the map, as one does. While un-fogging the northern part of Sciropescire (did I spell that right?) I swam to the cursed island in the middle of Bomere Lake, just getting close enough to have it marked on the map. But for some reason you have to get with 50 meters or less to mark cursed locations, compared to 100 m for other points of interest?

    Anyway, I peel out of there and fast travel to the Werham synchronization point in Hamtunscire and travel to the Hamtun blockade. As I travel there, take down the chain and clear the place of enemies, the Cursed location music (or sound, or whatever) is still playing in the background. Eivor even comments on how the place is "cursed" even though the blockade is nowhere near a cursed location, and I did not get close to any when I traveled there. I can only assume that this audio followed me from the cursed location on Bomere Lake.

    Has this occurred for anyone else? Ubi devs, can you look into fixing this, please? Thank you.

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