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Breaking the Order was a virtual representation of one of Eivor Varinsdottir's genetic memories, relived by Layla Hassan through the Portable Animus HR-8.5.

Description

The Hidden One Hytham asked Eivor to help him eliminate the Order of the Ancients throughout England.

Dialogue

Eivor would hunt down the Order members, listen to their final words and collect their medallions.

Wardens of War

After assassinating Hunta in the Ledecestre marketplace, Eivor met him in the Memory Corridor, where he began reciting a skaldic poem.

  • Hunta: My battle kennings have worn thin...
    I am no longer the reed among shields.
    The glimmer-blood, the hallowed skull-crack.

Eivor nodded, acknowledging his talent with words, and responded in verse.

  • Eivor: The scourge of swan-roads...
  • Hunta: The iron-throng, the lender of silvergelds ... I only wished to be a freebooter. Someone who writes their own destiny.
  • Eivor: Be glad you head to Valhalla with a poem on your lips.
Eivor reached forward, taking Hunta's Order medallion, and his spirit then vanished.

After assassinating Leofgifu at Utbech, Eivor met Leofgifu, holding her side, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Leofgifu: You found me out. I bow to this. But you will not unearth us all, you will not dig deeply enough. We are both a clot and cancer. We sit heavy in water, and yet we spread like a river's current.
  • Eivor: Are you well?
  • Leofgifu: Why would you ask such a question at such a time as this?
  • Eivor: Beneath your words is something of a size unknown. A mystery. It lurks behind every frail word from your mouth.
Eivor reached forward, taking Leofgifu's Order medallion, and her spirit immediately vanished.

After assassinating Avgos Spearhand in Lunden,[1] Eivor met Avgos at an arrow training locale in the Memory Corridor. Another apparition of Avgos then came up behind Eivor.

  • Avgos: Arrows nocked! It's a hard thing to raise the rats of a city into warriors. Hook, set!
  • Eivor: You raised no one. You only trapped them in their cowering fear.
  • Avgos: Draw strings! First wave, fire!

Arrows flew out and hit the targets near their centers.

  • Avgos: No! I gave these men order! I gave them purpose! I showed them their common enemy! Anchor strings! Second wave, fire!

A second wave of arrows flew out and hit their targets again in their centers.

  • Avgos: I was arrow for their rage. Without a foe to consume, we devour ourselves.

Odin walked in behind Avgos.

  • Odin: He speaks true. A man without an enemy defeats himself.
  • Eivor: Justify all you want, you're just a king-killer and a coward.

Eivor then spat right in front of Avgos.

  • Avgos: Mighty high horse, you'd do the same if you were me. Aim! And fire!
A third wave of arrows flew out and hit Avgos all around and then his spirit immediately vanished. Eivor walked towards these arrows and then picked up his dropped Order medallion.

After assassinating Sister Frideswid in Lunden,[2] Eivor, surrounded by corpses, walked towards Frideswid, who was mutilating a corpse, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Frideswid: One more, that's all. I'm nearly finished.
  • Eivor: That's enough.

Frideswid stood up and faced Eivor. Odin then walked into the conversation.

  • Frideswid: Ah. It's you...
  • Odin: For all the dead we collect, dear sister, you and I are equals.

As Odin bowed his head towards Frideswid, the nun looked around at all the corpses.

  • Frideswid: Quite a charnel house. I lost count of how many. I suppose I've been greedy in my research. But not for lack of care. The Ancient Ones, the arbiters. They built us out of simple pieces. So easy to break. So difficult to mend. There must be an improvement. We should be stronger, faster, smarter. I could have fixed us. I could have made us better.
  • Eivor: We are blood and bone and spirit, Frideswid. Perfect as we are.
  • Frideswid: You've such beautiful eyes. Finish it ... would you?
Frideswid then handed her book of human anatomy, with her Order medallion, to Eivor. As Eivor took the items, two corpses began to drag Frideswid down. Accepting her fate, Frideswid closed her eyes and then her spirit immediately vanished.

After assassinating Vicelin in Lunden,[3] Eivor walked to Vicelin, smoking and sitting in his chair, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Eivor: Burning to ash what you cannot possess. That's a child's way out.

Wiping his mouth, Vicelin responded as he laid his eyes on Tryggr's severed head on his table. Odin then walked in mid-response.

  • Vicelin: To Hell with Lunden. Boudicca was right to burn it to the ground. It's a brick and mortar shithouse. So bright and beautiful set aflame. Will you rule over these cinders now? Yoke its people to your whims and needs?
  • Odin: You do have power here. Power you have earned.
  • Eivor: I have finished my work in Lunden. That's enough.

Laughing, Vicelin retorted. Vicelin then looked at Tryggr's head again and tossed his medallion to Eivor, mid-response.

  • Vicelin: Lunden is only a beginning. My order reaches further than your tiny boats can take you. Never forget, Tryggr, my old friend. A man at sea may have gold and glory. But he is always a slave to the churning tides. We are that tide.
Vicelin walked away from Eivor, but only to catch on fire while walking. Falling to his knees, his spirit vanished as he fell to the ground.

After assassinating Gorm Kjotvesson at Narfljot Camp, Vinland,[4] Eivor watched in the Memory Corridor as Gorm ran in excitement towards what he expected to be Valhalla, before looking around in distress and dropping his axes as Eivor walked to him.

  • Gorm: Wait. Wait. This is not the hall of five hundred doors. This is not the rock of the fallen. Where are the women on the winged horses? Where are the Choosers of the Slain? You. My blood enemy.

Eivor then responded and walked around Gorm.

  • Eivor: This is Niflheim, the hell of mist and cold. This is where faithless dead come to die again. This is where ghosts fade to mist, to be forgotten.

Gorm stood up, shook his head at Eivor, and stated back to her. Gorm then showed Eivor a Crystal Ball, mid-response. Throughout the conversation, a beam of light shined on both of them.

  • Gorm: Your meddling has doomed us all, crow of battle.
  • Eivor: More lies from a liar born. Now speak the truth. What brought the Order to this place?
  • Gorm: To free a goddess, a creature of power and light ... buried by the Jotnar in ages past.
  • Eivor: A pity, Gorm. You will not meet her now.
Eivor reached forward, taking Gorm's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished. Eivor then picked up the Crystal Ball.

Wardens of Law

After assassinating Eanbhert in his home, Eivor met him in the Memory Corridor, where he began a brief conversation while sitting down on a bench.

  • Eanbhert: If an evil man brings you biscuits, do you gift them to your children?

Eivor shook her head.

  • Eivor: I would not let good food to go to waste.
  • Eanbhert: I would let my children starve. A serpent's gift will always end in malice.

Eivor stood up and responded, while taking Eanbhert's Order medallion mid-response as his spirit immediately vanished.

  • Eivor: Sweet from evil remains sweet. Even if it crumbles quickly in their hands.

After assassinating Tata at the Quatford's Stables, Eivor stood and met him in the Memory Corridor, where he began justifying his actions while sitting down.

  • Tata: Offa told everyone he was Christian. He was not, he was one of us. He only wanted the silver and the swords for his men of Mercia.
  • Eivor: And you have kept this tradition going?
  • Tata: Without flinching. Without hesitating. Offa would be proud of me.
  • Eivor: You must have seen one hundred summers, old man."
  • Tata: It feels thus.
Eivor reached forward, taking Tata's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After assassinating Gunilla at the dock in Repton, Eivor stood and met Gunilla in the Memory Corridor, where Gunilla started talking with her back towards Eivor.

  • Gunilla: We must all turn to the Order. It keeps people well-placed. It is not truth, but true power.
  • Eivor: You desecrate the very purpose of life
  • Gunilla: No, no, no...I place power on power. The great becomes greater. You will see.
Eivor reached forward, taking Gunilla's Order medallion, and her spirit immediately vanished.

After assassinating Ingeborg in Jorvik, Northumbria,[5] Eivor and Odin walked towards a flaming pyre of scrolls in the Memory Corridor, while Ingeborg came from behind it.

  • Ingeborg: This fire that burns inside ... I've always had it. A longing to do something grand and important. But that door was always shut to me. My methods deemed too severe. I was cast out, shunned, scorned ... But the Order, they took notice of me. Saw that it was courage that drove me. Courage to change the world for the better. They reopened that door.
  • Eivor: And you used your chance to destroy a way of life, you did not support.
  • Ingeborg: We have seen time and time again what happens when people are left to interpret for themselves. Knowledge must be controlled. Only then can the message be widely understood. The day where there is but one truth draws nearer. One truth, that is what the Order offers.
  • Odin: This ones sought to spark a new flame, but did so with a heavy hand, not a teacher's tongue.
  • Eivor: This cleansing of yours ends here.
  • Ingeborg: My work is incomplete, but not inconsequential. There are others who carry on, for one of the four is us.
  • Eivor: Why did you say that? What does it mean?
  • Ingeborg: Now I go, a flame that grows bright, and burns evermore, ever light.

Ingeborg walked backward towards the pyre, putting herself on fire while Eivor and Odin were shocked. Her Order medallion fell as Eivor went to pick it up.

  • Eivor: To Helheim, where colder and crueler fires await.
The pyre's fire turned blue as Ingeborg is caught off-guard. Immobilized, Ingeborg struggled and then her spirit immediately vanished. Eivor and Odin then walked away.

After assassinating Grigorii at Coppergate Market,[6] Eivor walked towards Grigorii in the Memory Corridor's simulated marketplace as he stared in the distance.

  • Grigorii: It's funny, as a child I thought of snow as the tears of God, frozen by our sins. Weaked with hunger, I stared into the sky, hoping it was me He wept for. Me He sought to save. But God did not save me. The Vault did. He took me to a fine house. Gave me hearty meals. A warm bed. For the first time, someone extended a hand, showed me kindness. Compassion. And it was then that I made a vow. I vowed to never turn my back on he who was there for me when God was not.
  • Eivor: So you served The Vault, knowing full well what he was a part of.

Odin then walked into the conversation.

  • Grigorii: The Order made our paths intersect. I owed them a debt, and I repaid it by saving this city from its own destruction.
  • Odin: A life debt is a strong motivator. It took hold of this one's hugr, drove it, and never let go.

As Eivor responded, Odin looked away and then walked off.

  • Eivor: Yet not with the same compassion you were shown. Too many have suffered by your hand in pursuit of this cause.
  • Grigorii: You're right. Perhaps I deserve this death. But I am but one cog in a large wheel. One that still turns unhindered.

Eivor then took Grigorii's Order medallion mid-response. Upon this action, Grigorii's spirit turned to ice, then it exploded, and then his spirit immediately vanished. Eivor then walked away.

  • Eivor: Not for long. Where you have gone, there will be no tears waiting for you.

After assassinating Audun at Jorvik's Yuletide feast,[7] Eivor walked toward Audun, who was lying on the ground, in the Memory Corridor, where both of them were surrounded by riches.

  • Eivor: What did you hope to gain with all this? What riches are worth so much misery, and the deaths of honorable men and women?

Audun suddenly teleports from the ground to walking around the riches.

  • Audun: Only a feeble mind would call them honorable. They are privileged. Sedentary. Complacent. They wasted their resources. I secured our power through wealth. I contributed to the future of a glorious order!
  • Eivor: On the backs of honest people! Merchants and priests and nobles alike."

Odin then appeared, sitting on a chair, mid-response.

  • Audun: Eivor ... you are wrong. Held back by your primitive cosmology. Nine worlds in the tree? No! Nine times nine thousand worlds. And as many suns!

As Eivor hid, Odin spoke his turn.

  • Odin: Nine nights I hung in the tree, sacrificing myself to myself. So does the Wise One seek wisdom.
  • Audun: Countless spheres, awaiting our gift, our enlightenment!

Eivor, emerged from hiding, walked towards Audun, grabbing his Order medallion, and said the last words as Audun's spirit immediately vanished.

  • Eivor: I live in one world only. You live in none.

After assassinating Derby at his residence in Picheringa, Eurviscire, Eivor stood and started a brief conversation in the Memory Corridor, while Derby sat on a bench.

  • Eivor: Rest easy, reeve (sheriff). Your time has come.
  • Derby: Yes. Now I will be judged at the Witan of the Gods.

Derby stood up as Eivor stepped forward to his claim his medallion.

  • Eivor: To Helheim with you.
  • Derby: Aye. Even Helheim needs a reeve.
Eivor shook her head and reached forward, grabbing Derby's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

Wardens of Wealth

After assassinating Wigmund at the Isle of Ely, Grantebridgescire,[8], Eivor looked on as a fleeing Wigmund passed silhouettes of stationary soldiers in the Memory Corridor.

  • Wigmund: Stop the heathen! Raider! Vikingr! Stop her!

Eivor started to walk towards Wigmund, who pointed at her. Eivor then "shoved" aside one of these soldiers and the shade disappeared.

  • Wigmund: She means to erase me! To banish me from your minds! Fight in my name! Die for me! Die for me!

Odin appeared and followed behind a walking Eivor, who kept making the soldiers' shades disappear.

  • Odin: That is no way to call for sacrifices.
  • Eivor: Their lives for yours. Is that how it works?
  • Wigmund: Their lives meant nothing. No land, no riches, no titles! But my name will live on.
  • Eivor: The reputation of a good man never dies. But your name will soon be a curse.

Wigmund stopped and stared at a set of massive wooden doors, then briefly turned back to Eivor.

  • Wigmund: So be it. The riches I had in life gave me power.

Wigmund resumed his march towards the doors.

  • Wigmund: To curse me from beyond the grave gives me still more.

Wigmund finally reached the doors and turned around to face Eivor and Odin.

  • Wigmund: Though I die, my order lives on elsewhere, everywhere.

Seeing that Eivor and Odin would not stop pursuing him, Wigmud backed into the doors and began panicking.

  • Wigmund: Yield to us! Give us what we are owed! The trade, the riches, the legacy. All of it! Yield! Yield! Yield!

Eivor smirked as Odin shook his head in pity.

  • Eivor: If your Hell is real, I'm glad you'll get to see it.
Eivor reached forward, grabbing Wigmund's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After assassinating Patrick at his smithy in Oxeneforda, Oxenefordscire, Eivor stood behind him in the Memory Corridor as he spoke aloud in a distant tone remembering his life.

  • Patrick: I was building a boat... to carry my family to safety one day.
  • Eivor: And what of the orphans you left behind? Do they get a boat?

Patrick turned to Eivor and replied angrily.

  • Patrick: A brigade of bastards? They are the only ones left ruling England. My people were of the Hwiccan Kingdom. Now we are ruled by Christ-beaten bastards.
Eivor reached forward, grabbing Patrick's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Havelok died at his villa in Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Havelok started the conversation in the Memory Corridor by walking around Eivor.

  • Havelok: The first man I killed for my Order, I cried and wept after trying to hold back the tears. But I told myself I am merely acting upon a foretold destiny, navigating the whim of greater Gods. My actions are simply pebbles.
  • Eivor: Pebbles that wash away in the surf, as harmless as dust.
  • Havelok: Pebbles were once bedrock. As were you.
Eivor reached forward, grabbing Havelok's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Mucel was assassinated at the dock at Buckingham, a sitting Mucel started the conversation with Eivor in the Memory Corridor.

  • Mucel: I served the young Æthelred. He will rise one day.
  • Eivor: He is no Aelfred, from what I hear.
  • Mucel: I lied to everyone. And they'll never know. They will tell stories of me as a good man who served his lord.
  • Eivor: Your hugr (mind) walks with a new beast.
Eivor reached forward, grabbing Mucel's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Gifle was assassinated at a bandit camp south of Britannia's Watch in East Anglia, a lying Gifle started a conversation with Eivor, who kneeled to him, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Gifle: I wish my life was a carnival of drinking ale and pissing.
  • Eivor: It could have been, I am sure.
  • Gifle: No, we have not reached such a point. I used The Order to live a life of ale-drinking, but the price of my ale was murder. Sad really.
Eivor reached forward, grabbing Gifle's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Bishop Herefrith was assassinated in Lincolnscire,[9] Eivor walked to a sitting Herefrith, who started the conversation in the Memory Corridor.

  • Herefrith: I died the day I hid behind these robes, this cross. To bring the light of my order to a wider view, I debased myself. Clawed my way to the top of this common religion, full of common men. I should have lived as the ancients did.
  • Eivor: That's the folly of mankind, Herefrith. We wallow in our failures like happy pigs in a sty of shit. You should have learned to enjoy it.
Eivor reached forward, grabbing Herefrith's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Tatfrid was assassinated at the marketplace of Grantebridge in Grantebridgescire, a prone Tatfrid started a conversation with Eivor, who kneeled to him, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Tatfrid: You won. I concede. When scops mention me, they will sing of my conquests.
  • Eivor: Cowards do not get sagas.
  • Tatfrid: I am no coward. In a long lost battle for Wessex, I was the victor. The scop could speak of that time. Focus on my lost honor.

Eivor responded, while taking Tatfrid's Order medallion mid-response as his spirit immediately vanished.

  • Eivor: No, I'll leave your reputation as it is... here in the blood-blackened mud.

Wardens of Faith

After Beneseck was assassinated at the Brimclif Monastery in southern Suthsexe, Beneseck, sitting on a bench, started a conversation with Eivor, who walked towards him, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Beneseck: I sought pleasure with the silver I received from the Order. I shared it too, with many in need.
  • Eivor: Don't be blinded by the gleam of your bloodlust. Shared silver always comes at a cost.
  • Beneseck: What of it? I forged good from what you call evil. Lives were improved, lives worth more than the silver that paid for them. I do not regret the lives lost for the charity gained.
Eivor shook her head and reached forward, taking Beneseck's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Yohanes Loukas was assassinated in the town of Fearnhamme in western Hamtunscire, Yohanes, looking in the distance, started a conversation with Eivor, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Yohanes: I cared about my family. Just my family. I loved them more than anything.

Eivor responded as she walked around the priest.

  • Eivor: And the families who fell by the Order's command. Were they not worthy of love?
  • Yohanes: You are a Dane! How can you speak of the value of a life? All are ranked as less-than-the-axe to you!
  • Eivor: Not true. I see honor in many people, many places.
  • Yohanes: You have proved here that your compassion has a hard and brutal limit.
Eivor reached forward, taking Yohanes' Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Heika was assassinated in the market of Colcestre in Essexe, Heika, sitting, started a conversation with Eivor, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Heika: These Hidden Ones, is that who you slave for?
  • Eivor: I slave for none. I'm scrubbing England clean of its filth for the safety of my people.

Heika stood up and responded

  • Heika: Ah, listen! Do you hear? The excuses of a mind enslaved.
As Heika laughed insanely, Eivor reached forward, taking Heika's Order medallion, and her spirit immediately vanished.

After Selwyn was assassinated in the town square of Wincestre,[10] Odin and Eivor looked and walked to a hanging tree as Selwyn appeared from behind it.

  • Selwyn: Perverter of justice! Who dares execute the King's noose?
  • Eivor: It is not in Aelfred's name that you carry out your work. You are the Order's executioner.
  • Selwyn: Ah. You peer through the veil, but you do not see clearly. Aelfred's laws are a slave's fever-dream. He offers shit-soaked beggars a seat at his table. Where the meek devour the strong. Who best to judge the fate of the wretched many, if not the strong and worthy few?
  • Odin: To protect your people, you must sheathe your hand in an iron glove.
  • Eivor: You grind your heels into the backs of freedmen, not those who deserve it.

Selwyn held his medallion and retorted. Mid-response, the tree lowered a noose by Selwyn. The noose then hanged Selwyn.

  • Selwyn: The Order condemns all men to pain, for all men are but a shadow of the perfection we should know. The perfection of the Ancient Ones.
  • Eivor: You are only a man, reeve. One dead branch on a fast dying tree.
During the hanging, Selwyn dropped his Order medallion as Eivor went to pick it up. Selwyn was strangled by the hanging and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Hilda was assassinated in Wincestre's underground sewers,[11] she stood in the Memory Corridor surrounded by shadows of her "saved" children. She spoke aloud and sat down.

  • Hilda: Come child. Whisper what you've learned, and Mother will give you a treat.

Eivor and a ghostly Odin walked towards her

  • Eivor: Coward. Using children to spy and steal for your Order.

Hilda, holding a feather to her face, responded as she walked toward one running child and smiled.

  • Hilda: To educate them! Give me a child until he is seven, and I will give you the man ... or woman.

Hilda stood up.

  • Hilda: But what use are letters when a child can only write his name in pig shit? Or wisdom in a woman when she cannot wield it beyond her hearth?

Hilda looked fondly at a shadowy representation of Aelwyn.

  • Hilda: I taught little Aelwyn so much more, saved her from a life less worthy. She will find enlightenment in The Order, just as I did.

Hilda turned towards Eivor.

  • Hilda: If I could save them all, I would.

Eivor walked towards her as the children's shades ran off.

  • Eivor: But you can't. You've corrupted too many to save too few.

With the children having disappeared, Hilda shouted back at Eivor.

  • Hilda: My Order is the only way forward. It can quench our thirst for knowledge, if only Aelfred's slave-faith is defeated.

Hilda whispered in Eivor's ear.

  • Hilda: And what would you sacrifice for infinite knowledge?

Odin walked beside Eivor and stated his own opinion.

  • Odin: An immeasurable gift. Why refuse it?

Hilda walked back, with the children behind her again as Eivor responded.

  • Eivor: Not their innocence.

Hilda turned her head and closed her eyes in grief as the shadows of children disappeared. On opening her eyes and still seeing no children, Hilda responded to Eivor.

  • Hilda: A pity.

Hilda held the quill to her neck.

  • Hilda: Non requiescat in pace. (They shall not rest in peace.)
Hilda slit her throat with the quill. Her spirit immediately vanished, and her Order medallion immediately fell as Eivor went to pick it up.

After Bishop Ealhferth was truly assassinated at the Witan in Wincestre,[12] Ealhferth knelt at his grave in the Memory Corridor as he was approached by Odin and Eivor.

  • Ealhferth: How sweet is the Shepherd's pipe when he calls his lambs to slaughter. I was born to Christians in the northern wilds. My mother would cradle me beneath the stars and whisper dovelike, "God watches over you."

A shadowy group of Danes appeared in the distance.

  • Ealhferth: Then your people came. And God fixed his stout eye as they slit her throat for a copper ring. No stars threw down their spears as barbarians smeared her blood through fields of broken wheat. God watched all ... and I hated him.

As Ealhferth pushed down his Christian headstone, Eivor responded.

  • Eivor: It may be Aelfred's God was testing you. A trial you failed.
  • Ealhferth: Aelfred's God is weak. Yet he would chain us all in His service. From our first breath to our death rattle. My Order wishes to break these mind-forged manacles. I am the wolf in lamb's wool.
  • Odin: He takes on the role of a god himself. A worthy path to walk.
  • Eivor: A wolf is but a walking feast for ravens.

Ealhferth then threw his Order medallion to Eivor, who caught it.

  • Ealhferth: One more gift to you, Dane. A deadly truth, if you can find it.

Ealhferth gestured to a key left on a shovel.

  • Ealhferth: With my death, The Order will not die. It will only transform ... into something far worse for all of us.
Ealhferth then walked down into his grave and his spirit immediately vanished. Eivor walked towards his grave and picked up the key.

After Sister Blaeswith was assassinated, Blaeswith started the conversation while facing towards the distance until she turned towards Eivor mid-response.

  • Blaeswith: The archbishop never suspected my heresy. I kept secrets as I gathered believers. I appeared so pious, my eyes bled for him. But I've never felt as much love for his god. Not like I do the old Gods. The true gods. Our ancient creators.

Eivor shook her head and retorted

  • Eivor: Your life was a lie, you mean? You threw your honor into the ocean.
  • Blaeswith: When I told the archbishop my true belief, he was horrified. So I silenced him.
  • Eivor: That silence comes for you now.
Eivor reached forward, taking Blaeswith's Order medallion, and her spirit immediately vanished.

Wardens of Relics

After killing Fulke,[13] Eivor was seen in the Memory Corridor beating Fulke's head while an unaffected Fulke laughed madly.

  • Eivor: Burn in your Hell!

Eivor was then forcibly retracted by Odin, as Fulke laughed and coughed at Eivor.

  • Odin: Stop! You misunderstand, Eivor.

Eivor then ran back to kill her, only to be stopped by Odin again.

  • Eivor: I'll eat your heart!
  • Odin: She has saved your brother!

Fulke started to speak to Eivor just as a giant manifestation of a bound Sigurd appeared behind her.

  • Fulke: Animals, we are. Spit and vomit, shit and soil. But Sigurd is so much more. I gave him that understanding, that gift.

Fulke then started to turn a wheel, to inflict pain onto her manifestation. The manifestation then screamed out as his eyes began to light up.

  • Eivor: You gave him pain!
  • Fulke: Yes! To awaken him! All that power! All that potential, locked away!

The manifestation broke free of his bondage and screamed again in pain and anger.

The manifestation then picked Fulke up and squeezed Fulke to death.

  • Fulke: The beauty of the divine!

Shocked, Eivor was left paralyzed as Odin stepped towards her and the manifestation bent to reach for Eivor.

  • Odin: Hers was the great work, the highest achievement of humankind. Now you, Eivor – you must carry it forward.
  • Eivor: Sigurd...

Zealots

After Redwalda was killed, Redwalda started a conversation, while holding his side, with Eivor in the Memory Corridor.

  • Redwalda: I once served and prayed under Saint Chad of Mercia at Tamworth. I was a monk. I should stayed there.
  • Eivor: Did Saint Chad die with his axe at his hand?
  • Redwalda: Saint Chad will be revered for avoiding the axe. I wish I had done so myself, and not taken a path full of violent honor. The Old Gods will fade from our sight, in time. God forgive me, for I have sinned.
Eivor reached forward, taking Redwalda's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Eorforwine was killed, she started a conversation with Eivor in the Memory Corridor while lying on the ground and barely breathing. Eivor knelt down.

Eivor reached forward, taking Eorforwine's Order medallion, and her spirit immediately vanished.

After Kendall was killed, Eivor started the conversation, walking towards Kendall, who was sitting hunched over, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Eivor: Now the trolls take you.
  • Kendall: I have seen a crown on a cleaning basin. There it was. I stole it. Ran with it. Hid it. Now maggots feast on it, I am certain. Let them rule Old Albion.
Eivor reached forward, taking Kendall's Order medallion, and her spirit immediately vanished.

After Cola was killed, Cola started the conversation and turned towards Eivor in the Memory Corridor.

  • Cola: This is a mere moment. No one will remember it. No one. Not your name, nor mine. It all ends up the same.
  • Eivor: Regret torments you?

Cola pointed in disgust at Eivor.

  • Cola: My only regret is losing to whatever you are. You reek of fading glory.
Eivor reached forward, taking Cola's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Cudberct was killed, Cudberct started a conversation with Eivor in the Memory Corridor while lying on the ground and coughing. Eivor knelt down.

  • Cudberct: All of these men of God, festooned in gold and silver.
  • Eivor: It is enough to make one blind.
  • Cudberct: We ARE blind of now. Lennius was our only king. He saw straight and fought alongside Arturious. We have been blind ever since.
As Cudberct passed away, Eivor reached forward, taking Cudberct's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Horsa was killed, Eivor started a conversation with Horsa, who sat on the ground in the Memory Corridor.

  • Eivor: No sunlight reaches where you are going. May you bathe in serpent skins. Your name, Frown-Hoard, Quick the Dead ... whatever it may be, is stained forever.

As Eivor knelt down to Horsa, Horsa replied.

  • Horsa: My name is Horsa. I left silver in the mouth of my home. Please see that it is spent well and frivolously.
Eivor reached forward, taking Horsa's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Wuffa was killed, Eivor knelt in the Memory Corridor and started a conversation with her as Wuffa lay on the ground.

  • Eivor: Vilijalauss (will-less), now you die.
  • Wuffa: My ... my sword is lost. Floating down a creek. I shall follow. Till I dance again, or drown.
Eivor reached forward, taking Wuffa's Order medallion, and her spirit immediately vanished.

After Wealdmaer was killed, Wealdmaer, holding his side and kneeling, started the conversation by yelling out to Eivor, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Wealdmaer: Why, why, why? Lost are everyone.
  • Eivor: You mostly, Argr.
  • Wealdmaer: For Hretha, Eostre, and Saetere. I served the true gods. The old ones. To be killed by you holds honor! Killing holds all glory!
Eivor reached forward, taking Wealdmaer's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Woden was killed, Eivor started the conversation, kneeling towards Woden, who was lying on the ground, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Eivor: No more winters for you.
  • Woden: Better to die than face my lords. I hope my Maegester Magnus forgives me. For so long I looked to him for guidance, for order.
  • Eivor: If your honor is slow, a true lord cannot forgive you. They cannot.
  • Woden: Bah! Now I will my gaze to Woden, Tiw, and Funor. I will continue to turn until I find some forgiveness.

As Woden passed away, Eivor stated his last words to him, just as he reached forward, taking Woden's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

  • Eivor: You will spin and drill yourself to a endless bottom.

After Osgar was killed, Osgar, who was lying on the ground, started the conversation with Eivor, who kneeled to him, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Osgar: Offa betrayed us all in Deira. Now we crawl about for the scraps. Whatever crumbs you leave behind after your raids.
  • Eivor: You wish you were a raider. A drengr.
  • Osgar: Yes.
  • Eivor: Farvell (goodbye), Sword-Cloven.
Eivor reached forward, taking Osgar's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Heike was killed, Heike, holding his side, started the conversation with Eivor in the Memory Corridor.

  • Heike: In the Kingdom of Frisia, we honor your type, pagan. We strive as you strive to achieve the perfection of the Ancient Ones.
  • Eivor: Pagan?
  • Osgar: To be pagan is perfect.
Eivor reached forward, taking Heike's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Hrothgar was killed, Hrothgar, leaning hurt against a stone, started his monologue to Eivor in the Memory Corridor.

  • Hrothgar: I once knew a man who cleaned all the rats in Lunden. He took his time. They loved him, and he loved them. They lived freely but came to see him for a scrub. Rats have a certain freedom, but they feed on shit. It's a coward's freedom. A Valholl for the vanquished.
Eivor reached forward, taking Hrothgar's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Callin was killed, Callin, leaning hurt against a stone, started the conversation to Eivor, who kneeled to him, in the Memory Corridor.

  • Callin: I often awake in my vagrancy, shaking and sweating. I hope this stops now.
  • Eivor: Farvell (goodbye). The trolls await.
Eivor reached forward, taking Callin's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Beorhtsige was killed, Beorhtsige started the conversation to Eivor in the Memory Corridor.

  • Beorhtsige: In these old wolds, I used to lie down and pray that the leaves would cover me. That I could drag them over me like a blanket ... And join Cernunnos ... in a bed of leaves. Tuck me in, stranger. With a song.
  • Eivor: The sound of Odin stomping on your bones is the only song you'll hear.
Eivor reached forward, taking Beorhtsige's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After Bercthun was killed, Eivor, looking up, started the conversation to Bercthun in the Memory Corridor.

  • Eivor: We sweat and toil to reach this moment.
  • Bercthun: The Ancient Ones lap at my sweat now. That war-sweat the Roman God hates so much, we long for.
  • Eivor: This god or that. A good feast with fresh battle milk on our brows is not something you will ever taste again.
  • Bercthun: Choke on my bones.
Eivor reached forward, taking Bercthun's Order medallion, and his spirit immediately vanished.

After eliminating the Order of the Ancients, Eivor returned to the Ravensthorpe bureau to deliver the Order medallions to Hytham. She handed over 4 medallions, to start.

  • Eivor: Here. This marks fewer members of the Order.
  • Hytham: Ah good. I hope this one did not give you too much trouble. As a token of my deep gratitude, I want you to have this.

Hytham taught Eivor the Poison Strike and Ranged Poison Strike skills.

  • Hytham: You have done well but there are more still.

Eivor handed over 6 more medallions.

  • Eivor: Keep this. It serves your cause better than it does my pocket.
  • Hytham: Ah good. I hope this one did not give you too much trouble. As a token of my deep gratitude, I want you to have this.

Hytham taught Eivor Fire Strike and Ranged Fire Strike.

  • Hytham: You have done well but there are more still.

Eivor handed over 9 more medallions.

  • Eivor: Keep this. It serves your cause better than it does my pocket.
  • Hytham: One more gone. The world is brighter for it. As a token of my deep gratitude, I want you to have this.

Hytham taught Eivor how to improve her Poison Strike and Ranged Poison Strike.

  • Hytham: Keep this up and the land will be free of these monsters!

Eivor handed over 11 more medallions.

  • Eivor: Here. This marks fewer members of the Order.
  • Hytham: One more gone. The world is brighter for it. As a token of my deep gratitude, I want you to have this.

Hytham taught Eivor how to improve her Fire Strike and Ranged Fire Strike.

  • Hytham: There's more to be done, Eivor.

Eivor handed over the last 15 medallions.

  • Eivor: Here you are, Hytham ... the last of The Order's sigils. You will find King Aelfred's among them.

Within their conversation, Eivor received Thor's Cape from Hytham.

  • Hytham: King Aelfred? Did our Poor Fellow-Soldier lead you to his hiding place?
  • Eivor: He did, for they were one and the same. Our Poor Fellow-Soldier of Christ was the Grand Maegester of the Order of the Ancients.
  • Hytham: He turned on his own Order? Fascinating.
  • Eivor: Not turned so much as trampled. His devotion to Christ and what he calls a Universal Order set him against them from the start. With all sincerity, he loathed the title and the duty he had inherited, and wished them destroyed.
  • Hytham: Wonderful. With his abdication, the last stronghold of The Order has been dismantled. All that remains are scraps, here and there. And you, Eivor. Now that you have seen our enemy and you understand our cause, I wonder if you would join us? Become a Hidden One.
  • Eivor: Was this your ultimate goal, Hytham? A trial by fire? It is a kind offer, but I do not believe we fight for quite the same cause. Your creed demands that you keep your triumphs hidden. I prefer my glory to be in plain view, for all to see.
  • Hytham: If I taught you our creed, if you spent time with it ... it could open your mind to another view.
  • Eivor: Another view is always welcome, but to live without celebrating one's glory and honor and achievements is not a life for me. But know this, ... I would give my life in a moment for those I love, and who love me in return. All here, including you, my friend.
  • Hytham: I understand you well, Eivor. Very well indeed.

Outcome

Eivor hunted down every Order of the Ancients member in England and recovered their medallions for Hytham.

References

  1. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaFiring the Arrow
  2. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaBleeding The Leech
  3. 'Assassin's Creed: ValhallaSmashing the Compass
  4. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaHunter of Beasts
  5. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaBurning the Firebrand
  6. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaPricking the Needle
  7. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaClosing the Vault
  8. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaAn Island of Eels
  9. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaA Sword-Shower in Anecastre
  10. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaChoking the Gallows
  11. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaPlucking the Quill
  12. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaImpaling the Seax
  13. Assassin's Creed: ValhallaStorming the Walls
Assassin's Creed: Valhalla memories
Main Quests
Prologue
Battle for the Northern Way
Chapter 1
Honor Bound
Chapter 2
A Seer's Solace - Family Matters - The Prodigal Prince
Chapter 3
Rude Awakening - A Cruel Destiny
Chapter 4
Birthrights
Chapter 5
The Seas of Fate
Ravensthorpe
The Swan-Road Home - Unwelcome - Settling Down - The Alliance Map - A New Home - A Toast to our Success - Uninvited Guests - Reap What Was Sown - The Lost Drengir of Ragnar Lothbrok
Dag
A Brewing Storm
Gunnar
The Forge and the Flame
Holger
Mane and Tail - Blame and Sail
Hytham
To Serve the Light... - Breaking the Order - A Brief History of the Hidden Ones - More Intel - The Letter - The Poor Fellow-Soldier
Knud
A Little Problem
Octavian
A Rivalry for the Ages
Petra
The Huntress - Have You Seen This Man? - Archery Contest
Randvi
Taken for Granted
Reda
The Thousand Eyes - Viking for Hire
Tarben
The Baker's Plaint - Man of Mystery
Tove
Carrying the Torch
Valka
A Wise Friend - In Dreams... - Going Deeper... - Bound to Fate
Yanli
Pending Deliveries
The Song of Soma
Chapter 1
The Great Scattered Army
Chapter 2
Orphans of the Fens
Chapter 3
Glory Regained
Chapter 4
Razing Earnningstone - Unholy Father - Storming Ravensburg
Chapter 5
The Stench of Treachery - An Island of Eels - Reporting on Grantebridgescire
The Kingmaker's Saga
Chapter 1
The Sons of Ragnar
Chapter 2
Bartering - Rumors of Ledecestre - The Walls of Templebrough
Chapter 3
Tilting the Balance
Chapter 4
Heavy is the Head - Hunted - Reporting on Ledecestrescire
The Tale of Thegn Oswald
Chapter 1
Kingmaker
Chapter 2
The Measure of a Norseman
Chapter 3
A Triumphant Return
Chapter 4
Raising Iron - A Fury from the Sea
Chapter 5
Wedding Horns - Reporting on East Anglia
The City of War
Chapter 1
Walls and Shadows
Chapter 2
Firing the Arrow - Bleeding The Leech
Chapter 3
Smashing the Compass - Reporting on Lunden
The Paladin's Stone
Chapter 1
Brewing Rebellion
Chapter 2
Pilgrimage to St. Albanes - Chipping Away - Blood from a Stone
Chapter 3
Fiery Ambush - Ringing Cyne Belle
Chapter 4
The Saga Stone - Reporting on Oxenefordscire
The Book of Dragons
Chapter 1
War Weary
Chapter 2
Ransacking Wenlocan - The Supply Line - Bloody Path to Peace
Chapter 3
King Killer - Reporting on Sciropescire
The Instrument of the Ancients
Chapter 1
The Abbot's Gambit
Chapter 2
Puppets and Prisoners - The Man Behind the Man
Chapter 3
A Bloody Welcome - Reporting on Cent
The Lay of Hunwald
Chapter 1
A Noble Escort
Chapter 2
Homecoming
Chapter 3
In the Absence of an Ealdorman
Chapter 4
Salve for a Fresh Wound - The Thegn of Lincoln - Where the Stone Falls
Chapter 5
A Sword-Shower in Anecastre - Reporting on Lincolnscire
A Breviary of Broken Hearts
Chapter 1
An Uncommon Proposition
Chapter 2
Old Wounds - Childhood Sweetheart
Chapter 3
Taken
Chapter 4
Twists and Turns - Reporting on Essexe
The Siege of Portcestre
Chapter 1
Reaver of the South
Chapter 2
Arrive Unexpected - Let Them Eat Ashes - Scorched Earth - Severing the Lines
Chapter 3
Storming the Walls - Of All That Has Passed... - Reporting on Suthsexe
The City of Greed
Chapter 1
The Welcoming Party
Chapter 2
Burning the Firebrand
Chapter 3
Pricking the Needle
Chapter 4
Closing the Vault - Reporting on Jorvik
The Sayings of Halfdan
Chapter 1
War in the North
Chapter 2
Honor Has Two Edges
Chapter 3
Road to Hamartia - This Son of Jorvik
Chapter 4
Honor's Hubris
Chapter 5
Of Blood and Bonds - Reporting on Eurviscire - Lost Glory
A Tale of Wicker-Fire
Chapter 1
The First Night of Samhain
Chapter 2
Clues and Riddles
Chapter 3
The Stolen King
Chapter 4
A Love Betrayed - The Gutted Lamb
Chapter 5
The Burning of the Wicker Man - Reporting on Glowecestrescire
The Tale of Two Jarls
Chapter 1
Old Friends
Chapter 2
On Borrowed Time
Chapter 3
Rowdy Raiders - Adorning the Adorned - Of Blood and Gods
Chapter 4
Under the Skin
Chapter 5
Farewells and Legacies - Reporting on Snotinghamscire
The City of Faith
Chapter 1
The Reeve of Wincestre
Chapter 2
Choking the Gallows
Chapter 3
Plucking the Quill
Chapter 4
Impaling the Seax - Reporting on Wincestre
In the Hall of the Slain
Chapter 1
The Road to Valhalla - Where Legends Are Born
Chapter 2
A Brother's Keeper - A Quiet Homecoming
The Prophecies of the King
Chapter 1
Kingdom's End
Chapter 2
Holy Day - Reporting on Hamtunscire
The Fate of the High One
Chapter 1
View Above All
Chapter 2
Well-Traveled - Defensive Measures - Extended Family
Chapter 3
Forging a Bond (A Feline's Footfall - Taking Root)
Chapter 4
The Big Finish
Chapter 5
Binding Fate - Cheating Fate
The Saga of the Snows
Chapter 1
Mistress of the Iron Wood
Chapter 2
The Lost Cauldron
Chapter 3
A Gift from the Past
Chapter 4
A Feast to Remember
Chapter 5
The Price of Wisdom
Vinland Saga
Chapter 1
In a Strange Land - The Hunting Grounds
Chapter 2
Hunter of Beasts
Chapter 3
Hunter's Repast - Reporting on Vinland
Thousand Eyes contracts
Contract: Assassinate the Target - Contract: A Strange Drawing - Contract: Best Effort - Contract: Booty Hunter - Contract: Control Nuisance - Contract: Dangerous Prey - Contract: Defeat the Diubal - Contract: Grave-Robber - Contract: Investigation Offer - Contract: Macabre Discovery - Contract: Marked for Death - Contract: Predator's Attack - Contract: Recovery Investment - Contract: Reda's Judgement - Contract: Reported Missing - Contract: Rescue Favor - Contract: Silence the Poet - Contract: Slay the Monster - Contract: The Deadly Beast - Contract: The Dice Master - Contract: The Drunkard - Contract: The Duke of Burgundy - Contract: The Green-Eyed Thief - Contract: The Hermit of the Thousand Sins - Contract: The Jomsviking Code - Contract: The Man-eating Animal - Contract: The Phantom - Contract: The Renegade Monk - Contract: The Richest Merchant - Contract: The Rogue Informer - Contract: The Stolen Purse - Contract: The Thieves Couple - Contract: Threat Assessment - Contract: Toss a Coin for the Traitor - Contract: Wild Frontier
World Events
Norway
Rygjafylke
A Desperate Bounty - A New England - Comb of Champions - Old Man on the Edge - Raider Recruit - The Dreamwalking Warrior - The Hunt for Honor - The Plight of the Warlock - The Silver-Tongued Traitor
Hordafylke
Battle Born - The Rekindling
England
Cent
Madness of the Stones - Pig of Prophecy - Red in Tooth and Claw - The Lighthouse Twins - The Pardoner's Tale - The Sky Thief - Winifred
East Anglia
A Blood Hymn for Edmund - Edmund's Arrows - Freyja's Friend - Green Children of Anglia - Hide and Hunt - Life-Blood - The Wayward
Essexe
Devil's Hole - Mother - Take Me a Husband - The Banshee - The Boar with the Golden Nose - The Gleewoman - The Prodigy - The Riddler
Eurviscire
Art-Scop - Crushed Dreams - Dellingr Rabbit - Historia de Cordibus Pathetic - Sunken Hope - The Village: Jurthgard
Glowecestrescire
Dearly Bee-Loved - Lady of the Lake - The Body - The Goddess of Birth - The Horn of Ragnar
Grantebridgescire
Degolas the Beautiful - Path to the Wind-Blue - The Cult of Saint Guthlac - The Devout Troll - The Doom Book of Cats - The Infinite Noise of Men - The Lord of Norsexe - The Walloper - The Wound-Wands of Friends - Winchell the Robesfree
Hamtunscire
Saint Faith - Splitting Hares - The Arrow In The Tree - The Devil Has All The Best Tunes - We Are All Monsters
Jorvik
Bridges of Oppression - Deviled Water - Silver Wind Elder - Warmth of Winter
Ledecestrescire
A Skald's Lament - Ledecestrescire Sauce - Of Fist-Dances and Sweaty Oaths - Sisters of the Axe - Skal to Your Wealth - The Last Leaf of Fall - The Old Guard - The Stink-Brew - The Twit Saga, Part I - The White Lady of Tamworth
Lincolnscire
King of Shitsby - Little Victories - Stray Naps - The False Ealdormancy - The Farewell Meow - The Ignominious Bandit - The Twit Saga, Part II
Lunden
The Demon Odor at the Tithe - Falling Stars - Last Flight of the Gyldan Sparrow - War of the Collectors
Oxenefordscire
A Dog's Rescue - Fishing Lesson - Nostalgia - Permission to Weep - The Anchoress - The Last Raid
Sciropescire
Bewitched - King of the Hill - Lamb Chops - Miracle - Otta, Son of Slugga - Paola's Dream - The Puppeteer
Snotinghamscire
A Cordial Invitation - An Althing for the Half-Grown - An Efficient Cremation - Stoneman - The Good Men of Sherwood - The Myth in the Mountains
Suthsexe
A Prayer for Vengeance - Aflanc the Terrible - Alisa in Wunderlandscire - Eivor the Sheepdog - King of the Hay People - Rock of Fertility - Tiny Black Market - Will O' the Wisp
Wincestre
Aelfred's Jewel - Asser - Mildberg the Miracle Legs - Romeo and Aethelflaed
North America
Vinland
A Dead Man's Tale - Breaking Teeth, Not Hearts - Flight of Fancy - Ursine Takeover
Dreams
Asgard
Food of the Gods - Hel's Well - Milk of Humankind - Njord's Lament - Noble Harts - Valhalla Bound
Jotunheim
Aegir's Daughters - Pit of Slaughter - The Giants of Fimbulwinter - The Puppeteer
DLC
The Way of the Berserker
Chapter 1
The Mysterious Berserker
Chapter 2
The Ritual of the Berserker
Chapter 3
The Vengeance of the Berserker
The Legend of Beowulf
Chapter 1
A Fiend out of Hell
Chapter 2
Prey in the High Hall
Chapter 3
Ever As Fate Must
Yule Festival
Yule Festival - Cow Catcher - The Case of the Missing Ale - Braun's Folly - Twirling Targets - Yule Brawl
River Raids
A River to Raid - The Legend of Saint George - Treasures of River Exe - Treasures of River Severn - The Legacy of Saint George - Treasures of River Dee - The Sword of Saint George
Ostara Festival
Ostara Festival - Let's Get Festive - Egg Hunt - The May Queen - Spiritual Defense - Braun's Folly - Twirling Targets - Viking Brawl
Mastery Challenge
A Challenge from the Gods - The Cryptic Tutelage of Hildiran
Sigrblot Festival
Sigrblot Festival - The War Effort (Feeding the Wolf - Fight or Flyte - Three Big Pigs) - Final Offering - Test Your Metal - War Games
Wrath of the Druids
Wrath of the Druids
Chapter 1
Irish Trade - Irish Adventure - Blood Bond - Snaring Thorstein - Rathdown Build Up - Flann over Ireland
Chapter 2
A Show of Character - War Efforts
Chapter 3
Gathering Strength - Foothold in Connacht - Potion of Blood - Into the Fog - The Northern Reach - Courting the Kings - The Mask of Diplomacy
Chapter 4
The Wages of War
Chapter 5
A Scourging of Snakes - The Cost of Betrayal
Settling Accounts
Chapter 1
Dublin's Reach
Chapter 2
An Eye for an Eye
The Strength of Danu
Chapter 1
Children of Danu
Chapter 2
Amber Sun
Lost Drengr
Thorgest's Drengir
Trade Post
Trade: Dyed in the Wool - Trade: Giving Your Words - Trade: Illuminating Event - Trade: Sweetening the Pot - Trade: The Ivory Post - Trade: Trouble Brewing
Royal Demands
Kings of Meath
Meath: Death Sentence - Meath: Death to All - Meath: Gemstones - Meath: Hibernian Heist - Meath: Jewel Recovery - Meath: Rough Justice - Meath: Royal Vengeance - Meath: Smite Them Down - Meath: Stamp Them Out - Meath: Taking it Back - Meath: They Must Pay
Kings of Connacht
Connacht: Death Sentence - Connacht: Jewel Recovery - Connacht: Stamp Them Out
Kings of Ulster
Ulster: Death Sentence - Ulster: Death to All - Ulster: Smite Them Down
The Siege of Paris
TBA