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  • bee_dubs
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    I did not see this in the active bugs yet, but I apologize if I missed it.

    I am on the step “Find and assassinate Wigmund”. I decided to go back to my colony and upgrade my armor before going into the Isle of Ely Monastery, and after fast traveling, this quest no long had a marker.

    I went back to the Isle of Ely Monastery and used my raven, but that did not reveal a location for Wigmund. I snuck into the monastery anyway and assassinated Wigmund. This marked him as DEFEATED in the Order menu, but my quest step is still stuck on “Find and assassinate Wigmund”.

    Here are screenshots taken right after assassinating him (I’m on my phone and it told me the image was too large, so I’m sorry for the links):
    https://ibb.co/VQ0L0G7
    https://ibb.co/bRvyXYv

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  • Ubi-Keo
    Ubisoft Support Staff 1515 posts

    @bee_dubs I'm sorry to hear that you have experienced this, it's not a known issue.

    If possible can you try loading a previous save before you started the quest 'An Island of Eels' then try completing it again. If this is not possible, please let me know.

    I will still report this to the development team to investigate.

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  • Ubi-Borealis
    Ubisoft Support Staff 3644 posts

    Hello again @bee_dubs!

    The development team has been taking a closer look at your report, and they've found that you have successfully completed "An Island of Eels." Would you be able to confirm if you've been able to successfully defeat Wigmund and continue with the story?

    Thanks! 😊

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