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  • Eivor's personality doesn't necessarily match the available appearences/styles in the game as much as you would expect

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    Deaddwin
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    Almost all of the armor styles in the game look amazing don't get me wrong, and I'm not trying to upset anyone, the team did an amazing job, but if I were in a crowd of people and seen someone dressed like Eivor walk through I'd immediately be like "yep. Assassin." Lmao.

    In the many many valhalla communities I'm a part of most of the players including myself, feel that Eivor would look amazing in more common and maybe even scragglier villager clothes.

    Eivor doesn't mind to get his/her hands dirty. Eivor has manners, but is also quick to throw the first punch just for the simple fact that someone else thinks he/she won't do it. In my mind, Eivor has always crossed me as polite, but brutal and merciless when you mess with the raven clan or any of its allies. When sh** gets real it gets real, really fast.

    Alot of people in the many valhalla communities feel that since Eivor was raised as poor, below poverty, (as many people were in those days) but also raised to have manners, and be brutal at the same time, that this humble/modest yet fearsome upbringing should reflect in His/her clothing.

    Many players in the numerous valhalla communities feel that Eivor should dress more mysterious, more common, but with a rough edge that allows for hiding In plain sight.

    In my mind I see Eivor as a total bad A Everyone should respect and be afraid of, Even his own clan. But at the same time people who actually know him/her, LIKES him/her. I see Eivor as a very intimidating Viking, probably more intimidating than Ragnar Lothbrook, and the thing that REALLY highlights how intimidating Eivor can be is his/her manners. Because underneath all of that, is a force to be reckoned with.

    My point, is that many players feel like the current armor sets in the game dont necessarily match Eivor's character at this point in time. Most people are looking for more of a true rough mysterious viking look.

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