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    Graesholt
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    Hey.
    Couple of things that have been bothering me since launch;

    Back sheath: Can the sheath on Eivor's back please be updated to reflect whether they are carrying one or two weapons in it?
    I get that it's fantasy or whatever, but realistically you would more often than not be carrying only one two-handed weapon, right?
    For the few players who notice this, it's a giant eyesore, so if you fix nothing else, please fix this.

    Rope Dart: I don't like the rope dart. Completely personal preference, but I don't like using it and I don't like the idea of it. So can we please have it not show on our character unless we have the ability equipped?
    There is really no reason that I should have to look at the thing for the rest of the game, just because I, in true comepletionist fashion, collected an ability.

    Quiver: If I hide the bow, there is really no reason that the quiver should still be visible on my character. The bow sheath is hidden with the bow, so why would the quiver stay behind?

    Disguise: Can we have an option to have our weapons still shown while in disguise? I get that it's a disguise, but still it's hardly realistic that a greatsword just vanishes in thin air like that.
    Maybe a softer transition could be a compromise? It has irked me from the beginning how larger weapons just *blip* out of existence.
    Or maybe we could have the option of creating a stealth loadout with one handed weapons, which is switched to when using our disguise...?

    Thank you for reading this.

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