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  • Caraamon
    Original poster 44 posts

    Maybe I'm an idiot, but I only recently finally figured out what Eivor was doing with their axe when confirming a kill. They're basically using the metal do the the mirror fog test to confirm death.

    Am I the only one who didn't make that connection?

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  • OrcBeard92
    160 posts

    @caraamon I thought it was supposed to be the 'warrior's death' send-off thing. Placing the weapon on their chest so they could reach Valhalla. Considering they do the same thing with wolves etc. I assumed it to be a sign of respect for the dead.

    The axe has a dark blade and is engraved. I reckon it would be hard to see something so detailed as fog on the weapon from their breath.

    Cool theory though!

  • Caraamon
    Original poster 44 posts

    @orcbeard92 Considering they don't leave the axe, and that the interaction is Confirm Kill, I'm pretty sure it's not that.

  • OrcBeard92
    160 posts

    @caraamon Yeah you're right. Now I think about it, your theory is cooler than mine.

    Though if Eivor does it to a wolf lying on their side, how does that work?

  • Caraamon
    Original poster 44 posts

    @orcbeard92 Cause this game is not great with animations that aren't preplanned. I can't count the number of times I've jumped on the back of a boar and then proceeded to slit the throat of the tree or boulder next to it.

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