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  • RLMatrimCauthon
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    First I am on my phone so forgive me if this is not formatted properly.

    I do not know if this is intended behavior or not, but I don't believe it should be if it is. Therefore I am reporting it as a bug/glitch.

    If you go to Ledecestre to speak to Ivarr this starting the quest Rumors of Ledecestre. If you un-select the quest and instead track the quest Breaking the Order with the intent of marking Hunta aka The Baldric as your target. The game doesn't let you do so. You can mark him before this quest as well as after this quest, but for some reason if you try to do this when the quest objectives of searching the church and bathhouse you can not.

    Assassin's creed Valhalla is a decent game. On this particular playthrough I am about 40H 45M I, Evior is level 74 and I have found everything and done everything in Grantebridgescire save for the Daughter of Lerion there. I have also found everything in Ledecestrescire and have completed all mysteries there, found all but 1 artificate and have collected a little under half of the wealth here. I also found, completed, and collected everything in the opening province in Norway before coming to England, save for the Hunters quest of find 3 reindeer antlers. I ran into the bug that has been reported, but sadly not fixed that so many other players have.

    What I have learned from playing so far is that this is a massively open world game that greatly rewards players that embrace the exploring part of the game. However, what annoys me about a game that was created as an open word, exploration where exploring is not only rewarding, but pretty much essential in order to level up and progress through the game, is when it limits you in what you can and can't do. This would be a great game and could possibly surpass the greatness of Skyrim, if you would fix all the bugs and glitches that exist. Don't get me wrong Skyrim had plenty of bugs and glitches, but hardly any that made so quests couldn't be completed or had quests interfere with each other. So please fix your bugs and glitches, especially this one where these two quests interfere with each other.

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