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  • SmolCryptid
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    I've recently finished Valhalla and a friend is starting them game now. I had my immersion ruined by the way the arcs flow if you do them by suggested power level, such as Sigurd getting kidnapped and then having to play matchmaker in Essexe. Below is the list I compiled while thinking about it, I told him the hidden one arcs could be done at any point really. I tried to group all the alliance quests together and then have the Sigurd arcs flow as I feel it should. Feedback is appreciated!
    Prologue
    Ledcestrescire (Level 20)
    Grantebridgescire (Level 20)
    East Anglia (Level 55)
    Lunden(Level 90)
    Lincolnshire (Level 160)
    Vinland (Level 160)
    Jorvik (Level 190)
    Eurviscire (Level 160)
    Essexe (Level 160)
    Sciropescire (Level 130)
    Oxenfordshire (Level 90)
    Cent (Level 130)
    Suthsexe (Level 160)
    Glowecestrescire (Level 220)
    Wincestre (Level 250)
    Snotinghamscire (Level 250)
    Asgard needs to be done by this point

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  • Sam_Boo26
    154 posts

    I personally prefer to follow the recommended levels; it didn't break the immersion for me. So I guess it depends what your friend wants 🙂

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