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I don't think any one of you actually knows a damn thing about Norse culture or the history it played in the past. Norse culture itself looked at Christianity as if it WERE a joke, weak God, weak people. Where their religion was based on Gods of War and strife. Ubisoft did a damn fine job on showing the hatred between the Norse and Christians and things said by the Vikings, while they may be offensive to YOU, are historically accurate. Don't try to change how history really went because someone says something you don't agree with or find offensive, that's the point, to get you offended. So to answer your points I shall do so as you listed.
1.) Never knew that, but will look into it, seems interesting, maybe they are telling us the Templar aren't men and women of God but of Satan?
2.) Monks say the darndest things when you least expect it, just because they are monks does not mean they cannot have slips of the tongue.
3.) Refer to answer 1.
4.) Eh.. could be a modeling error but it looks accurate enough to me.
5.) How far do some Men of the cloth fall from their faith... it happens.
6.) This game isn't about the viewpoint of being a Christian. You are a VIKING and you experience the story through a Vikings eyes and life. Get over it.
7.) Those would be offerings from others that did not give a proper offering to the Altar, simply left them there in hope it would appease the Gods.
8.) No it doesn't, it's historically accurate, stop getting triggered over stuff that is fact. Grow a spine and play the game, or stop playing it entirely if you can't stomach what reality was.
With sincerity, I ask that you not be so triggered about how Norse and Christians were towards one another in the past. It's a video game with some accurate representations of how things went. If you can't understand that, don't play the game. It's called Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, not Assassin's Creed: Body of Christ. You see things through Eivors eyes and life, not the other way around. I'm sure they will touch base at some point on Christians going against the Templar and give you their side of the story and why they were fighting against The Order of Ancient Ones, but for now, you get what you get.
Final suggestion: Good idea, but do you really believe they would do that for ONE video game when it could be two entirely different games in different timelines? Think about it, they could make the next game during the Anglo Saxon Wars against the Vikings where they were driven out by the Christians, thus giving you their side of the story. Besides, Eivor was found in North America, not in England where we leave off with her... how she got to North America is still unexplained. They have more to tell in this story and I am greatly looking forward to it. But if they put one more stupid [censored] Cairn puzzle in this game with janky weight physics and controller schemes like they did this game. Someone at Ubisoft is getting a fist.