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  • SlightLlama03
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    I’ve been looking for cola. I went to the normal spawn that I saw at the bridge to the right of wenlock abbey in south snotinghamscire and then saw some older comments about looking around Repton and then also north of Lincoln on the road next to the river and I can’t seem to find him at all. Not sure if there is another spot I’ve just been trying to run around in all these areas and meditate and I also restarted the game just trying to find him. Not sure if this I just a new bug or if this is something common.(also I’m at the end of the the game)

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  • Ubi-Mark.
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1591 posts

    Hello @SlightLlama03,

    Thanks for reaching out about the hunt for the member of the order!

    As this knight is always on move, it might take a while to find him! My advice would be to follow the main roads, as they don't sidetrack.

    You should be able to find him in the Ledecestrescire region - to be more precise, on the road south-west of Templebrough Fort and next to the Soar River. He can be spotted around the Ledecestrescire-Lincolnshire border as well.

    I hope it helps and if you have any additional questions, please let us know.

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  • ADarklore
    157 posts

    This is the most irritating Zealot there is, period! UBI really needs to make this Zealot more visible because he travels between several territories and they only appear on your map (if not yet identified) when you're actually in a specific territory- and if you use fast travel to high points, the "time" changes so he could move between territories leaving you unable to find him. On a previous game, I had even sent the raven up over the known territories trying to find him, and NOTHING, he was nowhere to be found. I tried different times of day, moved between the known territories, and nothing. On my newest game, as I always do when starting a new game I go out and collect all the highpoints first. Every time I'd see a zealot on the map I'd rush out to get close and identify them... and this time I saw the zealot icon in Cola's known territory so I quickly rushed over and sure enough, it was him. Once identified, you can ALWAYS track them.

    I don't know if it's a glitch with him or what... some reports (even by UBI staff) stated he sometimes didn't appear until you've progressed later in the game. Well, I can confirm that I hadn't even progressed ANY of the MSQ in England and I was able to find him during my travels to unlock highpoints.

    So my advice to players- if you see a zealot icon on your map and they haven't been identified yet- make it a priority to identify them- it will make a LOT of difference later in the game when you actually begin hunting them, especially COLA.

  • Ubi-Froggard
    Ubisoft Support Staff 581 posts


    @adarklore Glad to hear you were able to locate him this time around and thanks for sharing your tip to other players.

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