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    @b00msie gotta catch 'em all! 🤣

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    @michaldk did you get it? How did you obtain it?

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    @bielik01

    Think he got one… a bug I mean… 😜

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    New Mastery Challenge statues we are waiting for Odin's Eye he will lead us is a compass to the next location will lead to Odin's tomb finally



    Freya (stisl. Freyia - lady).
    Stisl. surname Yanadis - or means its belonging to the dis (Va-
    nadis - disa Wanów), or it should be understood literally: "Goddess
    Lust ".
    Daughter of Njord and the giantess Skadi. Twin sister of Freya. Wife of Oda and mother of two daughters: Hnos (Drogocenny Kamień) and Gersimi (Skarb).
    Goddess of love, fertility (understood in the agricultural and "human" aspect) and beauty. She also had the attributes of a goddess of war - she had the right to take to her palace, the Folkwang (People's Assembly) in Asgard, half of the einherjars who feasted there in the Sessyrymnir (Hall of Many Places). It was considered the first of the Valkyries, and at the table of the warriors in Valhalla it took place equal to Odin. According to some researchers dealing with the Neolithic period (eg Z. Krzak), Freya was considered by pre-Indo-European Scandinavian megalithic peoples as the incarnation of the Great Mother (and, in addition to the already mentioned aspects: fertility, war, she was also the mistress of the land of the dead). She was known as the mistress of many Aesirs, Wans (including her own brother) as well as humans and dwarves.
    She spent half her life walking around the world in search of her husband - a wanderer. Missing him, she cried golden tears. After the Asów-Vanami war, she stayed for some time as a hostage in Asgard. After a period of captivity, she settled permanently among the Aesirs. She was to be given in marriage to the giant who built the walls of Asgard.
    She was to be married to the giant Thrym in exchange for Thor's hammer. She forced the oxen Hyndla to reveal the pedigree of her lover, Otter the Mad.
    As Wanirka, she knew the future. She had the power to turn people into wild boars. Blood sacrifices were made to her on stone altars. Attributes:
    - Brisingamen gold necklace, forged by the Bri-singing dwarves.
    - a gold Hildiswin necklace, forged by two dwarves, Dain and Nabbi.
    - a robe of falcon feathers that allows you to fly.
    - a carriage drawn by winged cats, enabling flying.
    - "falcon" robe

    The main seat at the table in Valhalla belonged to Odin, and in his absence, Freya, the most important of the Valkyries, or one of Odin's heroes



    KASSANDRA IN ASSASSIN'S CREED VALHALLA?! This Could ACTUALLY Happen!

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  • thegardener25
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    @michaldk You don't really have to look too far down the list of recent forum threads to see that I posted that video lastnight. The name Kassandra is even in the title! You don't have to limit every post you create to this single thread.

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  • MichalDK...
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    @bielik01 Einherjar bow hunter will return for free soon, I didn't get it, the challenge was removed by Ubisoft bat i have Skadi Blade

  • TheSmio
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    As per this ([Spoilers] SoP Cipher Hub : assassinscreed (reddit.com)), it looks like a new mystery has been found in the Siege of Paris DLC. There are two stone tablets with ciphers (both have been solved already) as well as some ISU text that has been translated as well, yet it's unknown where does it lead or whether there is something else to do in the DLC. It could possibly be related to the Odin eye, but it's hard to tell at this point.

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