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@fylkirpanzer Yeah, but who was Loki's son when he was ISU?
Was it a hybrid like Adam or Eve?
If we draw a parallel so that what happened at Asgard was a metaphor for what really happened, then It means that Loki's son ISU (reality) was different from everything (maybe a hybrid?), And in the same way that happened in mythology, it aroused Odin's fear.
@tolkyyn Not much, particularly I think that killing Basim in Valhalla is a waste, Basim has the potential to become the villain the series has been needing all along. It makes no sense to kill him now. Also because I liked him too. Regarding the possibility of killing or not killing the main villain of the game, which was an option I had on Odyssey, I saw a lot of people complain about it; so maybe it makes sense for the producers to make Valhalla more linear.
Killing the king of Wessex is more justifiable than Basim. Since he caused Ubba's death, and the death of Eivor's friends.
@mordule With regard to Loki's hatred for Odin that resulted in the fight between Eivor and Basim I didn't quite understand. Basim says in a conversation with Eivor in Kent County that he lost his wife and daughter after trusting the person he considered to be his best friend. Was he referring to when he was still an ISU? Or was this fate repeated with him in the Abbasid Caliphate just as the fate of losing an arm was repeated with Sigurd / Tyr in England?
Was Basim's anger at something that happened 75,000 years ago?
And who was the son of Loki and Aletheia when they were ISU?
Was it a hybrid?
And since Odin didn't like human / ISU hybrids, was their son murdered by Odin?
If that's true, Loki is not a bad character. Perhaps Valhalla was Eivor's redemption for what he did badly when he was an ISU (Odin).
@legionario098 I believe that the relationship between Loki and Aletheia is similar to the relationship between Aita and Juno. About Basim, I have a theory, I think that initially he will behave like a protagonist, he will restructure the order of the assassins and he will put them on an equal footing with the Templars. At the end of the next trilogy, he will reveal himself as a villain after using the assassins to free Aletheia.
Basim / Loki is a smart guy.
Regarding Kassandra, I don't know how willing McDevitt is to use her again. But yes, there are no barriers to bringing it back to life after Basim.
The staff is able to raise the dead. So all these characters you mentioned can return, I just think it's strange ,soft tissues being formed from skeletons ? ... Hahahaha