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  • Hern_the_Hunter
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    Re: [AC Valhalla - The Abbot's Gambit BUG](/topic/81503/ac-valhalla-the-abbot-s-gambit-bug) My problem was actually getting this started. Before going off to find and meet with Basim I saved the game. Following the conversation with the Abbot I saved the game again, only after walking away the Abbot came back again with a talk option. This resulted in a repeat of the same conversation. I know exactly where Tonbridge Wells is, but no mission icon appeared on the map. I had to reload my last save no less than three times to get it to appear at the Tonbridge Inn location. After that it was no problem. As is my want I sneaked into Dover Castle, assassinated 2 soldiers and successfully pickpocketed the Emissary. Initially on checking the quest items I was somewhat surprised to find King Aelfred's Orders at the very bottom of the items in the quest list. I then took a slight diversion in grabbing some iron ore on the clifftop near the castle and then clambering down the White Cliffs of Dover to pick up yet more ore.

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