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Impaling the Seax was a virtual representation of one of Eivor Varinsdottir's genetic memories, relived by Layla Hassan in 2020 through the Portable Animus HR-8.5.

Description

After assassinating The Quill, Eivor went to report to Goodwin and begin her investigation of The Seax's fate.

Dialogue

After killing The Quill, Eivor headed back to Goodwin at a tavern.

  • Goodwin: Eivor?
  • Eivor: Is there where justice hides when she's tired?
  • Goodwin: Hides? 'sblood, no! This is a wake, my friend. A celebration to ease The Quill on her way to eternal damnation.
  • Eivor: You heard.
  • Goodwin: Hilda's were not only eyes in Wincestre. My spies tell me stories of an avenging angel striking down the unworthy.
  • Eivor: I have been called worse.
  • Goodwin: Be thou hale, Ealborbana! That's life-destroyer in our dialect.
  • Eivor: I sat easy with my kins-bane, old honey-waves alike in my horn, and my eyes on the door, expecting my death, yet unafraid.
  • Goodwin: You're quite safe with me, Dane. For now. If the mead is fresh and the air is cool, you may often find a friend, even amongst your enemies.

  • Eivor: I could use someone like you in my settlement. With ink on his fingers and a sense of honor.
  • Goodwin: I would love to devote myself to the study and practice of the law. There is a weariness in war I wish I could shake off.
  • Eivor: Impossible. Even in death, our battles will rage on. It's the way of things.

  • Eivor: What does a reeve do, exactly? Besides sniff around the king's coattails for the scent of praise?
  • Goodwin: I enforce and interpret the laws here. Not man's, but God's law, the natural laws that move the world and hold it together.
  • Eivor: Well, if it keeps you busy...

  • Eivor: Your English mead, Goodwin ... it tastes like cat piss. In Mercia we would drink ten times this. And feast till our names were forgotten and our britches were lost to the forest.
  • Goodwin: Does that happen?
  • Eivor: As often as possible.

  • Goodwin: I must thank you before the ale dulls me. By cutting The Order down to size, you have given England a hope of unity. It must be a sour apple to swallow, knowing that you are the last of Wincestre's enemies.
    • Eivor: Are you sure The Seax is dead?

  • Eivor: A reward will ease my hurt. As much silver as a longship can carry.
  • Goodwin: All in good time. A witan has been called to deal with our dead bishop. When this business is done, King Aelfred will shower you with silver.
  • Eivor: Are you sure The Seax is dead?

  • Eivor: Where is your king now?
  • Goodwin: Aelfred is busy with Ealdormen of Wessex. A witan was lately called to discuss the little matter of a bishop's timely death.
  • Eivor: Are you sure The Seax is dead?

  • Goodwin: The bishop is dead, that's certain. And if the bishop was The Seax, The Seax is dead. A transitive property of mortality, you see?
  • Eivor stood up in disagreement.

    • Eivor: I don't believe it. Too much theater in Wincestre? Overwrought prayers and wailing women.
    • Goodwin: Well, you could pay your respects and see for yourself. The funeral is today.
    • Eivor: If he rots, I will leave with my silver. But if he lives, there's work to be done.
    • Goodwin: Watch your step, Eivor. He'll be a hefty corpse in death. Alive he'd be much bigger.

    As Eivor leaves, Goodwin stated another remark.

    • Goodwin: Whether you find or make a corpse, meet me at the witan with your report.

    Eivor confers with Reeve Goodwin about The Seax.

    Eivor left and arrived at Ealhferth's funeral at Saint Peter's Church.

    • Eivor: If the bishop is worm meal, then here should be the proof.

    Eivor investigated the funeral by talking with the attendees, one by one.

    • Eivor: A sad day for Wincestre.
    • Anglo-Saxon Man 1: Maybe now, God will reward us with a man who truly believes in him.

    Eivor talked with the man adjacent.

    • Eivor: Did you know Bishop Ealfherth?
    • Anglo-Saxon Man 2: No, but I plan to write an epic poem of his grimsly demise. O, poor Ealhferth, scorched of face. All your woeful companions, bold byrnied (armored), weeping, weeping as you are ... er ...
    • Eivor: Sleeping?
    • Anglo-Saxon Man 2: Perfect! Yes!

    Eivor saw and talked to man near the body.

    • Eivor: Are you the bishop's family?
    • Anglo-Saxon Man 3: God no. Just here to make sure that impious bastard is actually dead. He bedded my wife, the randy bastard!

    Eivor talked a grieving woman next.

    • Eivor: Such a grisly fate. Did you know Ealhferth?
    • Anglo-Saxon Woman 1: By reputation, I did. He was no friend of Aelfred's. I once heard them quarreling at a witan.

    Eivor talked to another female attendee.

    • Eivor: I am sorry for your loss.
    • Anglo-Saxon Woman 2: Makes no odds for me. But I am sorry for Harriet. She cared so much for him, more than a sister should.

    Eivor investigated the body up close.

    • Eivor: Only his face was burned. That seems like a strange accident. And this corpse's built is slight, frail. Goodwin said Ealhferth was a brute.

    Eivor asked another woman at the funeral about the bishop.

    • Eivor: Did you know Bishop Ealhferth?
    • Anglo-Saxon Woman 3: Barely. But can you still the burned flesh? It's rife across the whole graveyard.

    Eivor talked to a man near the graves.

    • Wemba: A stranger comes to Wemba.
    • Eivor: You don't mourn like they do.
    • Wemba: Wemba's always here. Helping the sleeping. Singing to them, so they are not frightened before they meet God.
    • Eivor: The sleeping? You mean the dead?
    • Wemba: Wemba helps the monks. Dig, dig, dig.
    • Eivor: You dig the graves. Did you bury Ealhferth?
    • Wemba: Have you seen Leof? My poor friend. Poor, poor Leof.

    Eivor investigated the graves closer and found clothes.

    • Eivor: A peasant's clothes? Strange discovery in a churchyard.

    • Eivor: Leof? What happened to him?
    • Wemba: Sleeping, sleeping like my dog when I hugged him too hard.
    • Eivor: Someone hurt Leof? I saw a pile of dirty clothes just here. Is your friend Leof a beggar?

  • Eivor: TBA

  • Eivor: What about the bishop, Ealhferth? Did you dig his grave?
  • Wemba: No, no. I don't bury a lord in a pauper's husk. Poor Leof, they showed him their gleaming blade.
  • Eivor: Someone hurt your friend, Leof?

  • Wemba: Yes, yes. And while he sleeped, they stole his face.
  • Eivor: Not just stolen, but burned.
  • Eivor left Wemba.

    • Eivor: This funeral is a shadow-play. The Order killed an innocent, burned his face so no one could tell, and interred him in Ealhferth's place. His sister knows more than she lets on.

    As Eivor neared the body again, she heard Harriet praying.

    • Harriet: Lord, grant my brother Ealhferth eternal bliss, where joy endures for all those beloved of God.

    Eivor spoke with Harriet.

    If Eivor spoke to Harriet prior or during to her investigation.
    • Harriet: Do you not see I am in prayer?
    • Eivor: May we speak of your brother's death?
    • Harriet: Have you no shame? Leave me.

    • Eivor: I know the burden you bear. Such a weight of sin you have taken on, and all for your brother's sake. I know he lives.
    • Harriet: No, he's ... he said it was for the good of all, he ... I am his loyal sister, and I tell you he is dead. You hear me? Dead!

  • Eivor: We both know your brother's faith was a cloak of lies. He used your God's words for his own ends.
  • Harriet: Who are you to judge a man of faith? You, a Dane who believes in giants and wolves that eat the sun! Begone! Get away from me, demon!
  • Harriet summoned the guards to fight Eivor.

    • Eivor: I will leave you in peace, then.

    If Eivor charmed her way to have Harriet reveal the truth.
    • Harriet: Leave me alone, I cannot betray my brother.
    If Eivor spoke to Harriet after concluding her investigation.

    • Eivor: Leave me to my grief.

  • Eivor: What now?

  • Eivor: A pretty show you've laid on here. But I know the truth.
  • Harriet: You would dare speak to me? When my poor brother Ealhferth lies cold in his shroud?
  • Eivor: Your brother is The Seax. And no more dead than I am.
  • Harriet: Heresy. My brother was the bishop of Wincestre!
  • Eivor: When Goodwin got too close to the truth about your brother's place in The Order, you buried him. Or rather, you buried another in his place. The poor gravedigger's friend, burning his face so no one would know.
  • Eivor: How did you ... no ... I—
  • Eivor caught Harriet off-guard.

    • Eivor: Your brother's not in that crypt. Tell me where he is before more lives are lost.
    • Harriet: I will not tell you anymore. Guards!

  • Eivor: Talk now or you will join the poor unfortunate you murdered in his grave.
  • Eivor: You bastard Dane! You're as bad as them. I only ever wanted to serve God. Guards!

  • Eivor confronts Harriet about this shadow funeral.

    As the guards came in, Harriet shouted.

    • Harriet: Alright, alright. Have your way. It won't do you any good.

    As Eivor fought with the guards, Harriet pleaded.

    • Eivor: Guards, protect me!

    Eivor killed the guards and interrogated Harriet.

    • Harriet: Why won't you leave me alone?
    • Eivor: Enough of this cat and mouse. Where is your brother, the one they call The Seax?
    • Harriet: He's a ghost now. But he will make himself flesh once more at the witan. And Aelfred will be king no more!
    • Eivor: He means to kill Aelfred?
    • Harriet: Regicide? No! The king will step aside, and Ealhferth will lead us all, risen and resplendent as the Lord.
    • Eivor: You are a damned fool.

    Eivor left the funeral and headed to the witan to save Aelfred. Eivor arrived at the Witan Hall, but the doors were locked. However, Eivor saw an opening through a window and went inside.

    • Eivor: The Seax must be hiding in the crowd, biding his time to strike at Aelfred.

    Eivor pondered as King Aelfred gave a speech.

    • King Aelfred: In the past, Anglo Saxons prospered in both warfare and wisdom. But the decay of English prose has been creeping. Not priest, clerk, or abbot can turn the letter of their sermons from Latin to English. And how can we understand God's words if they are not spoken in our tongue? Ealhferth is dead. And we mourn him. But the foul deeds of the unrighteous are sown among our holy deeds like cockles and tare in a field of wheat. Education, wisdom, enlightened thought, this will raise us above the sins of our fathers. These I will demand of the next bishop of Wincestre. And so we meet to discuss all worthy candidates. And choose the man who will shepherd our flock.
    • Ealhferth: The king is mine!
    If Eivor fought the bishop instead of assassinating him, the bishop would be aided by three replica henchmen, as Goodwin joined the fight
    • Anglo-Saxon Man 4: They'll kill us all! God save us!
    • Ealhferth: Why do you defend this tarnished crown?
    • Goodwin: Enough, you scheming cur!
    • King Aelfred Greater men than you have died on my sword.

    After killing Ealhferth, Eivor saw Ealhferth knelt at his grave in the Memory Corridor as he was approached by a ghostly 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 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. As Eivor stood up from Ealhferth's corpse, she talked with Aelfred and Goodwin.

    Eivor saves Aelfred from The Seax's attack.

    • Eivor: Ealhferth will not cheat Loki's dread daughter twice.
    • King Aelfred: I owe you my life.
    • Eivor: An irony not lost on me, Aelfred.
    • Goodwin: My king, we'll go by back streets to the Old Minster. Eivor may find us there when all has settled.

    Goodwin and King Aelfred left as Eivor pondered at Ealhferth's key. Soon, a tearful Harriet ran in.

    • Harriet: Ealhferth, my love! No!

    Harriet dropped to her knees.

    • Eivor: Curse you, Dane. My brother served God!

    • Eivor: He was not a Christian, he abhorred your god.
    • Harriet: But why strike him down? Have you no compassion for good men!

  • Eivor: He wrapped himself in a death cloak to murder your king.
  • Harriet: Shouldn't you rejoice at the death of a king? You are a heathen and a devil.

  • Eivor: We both have more questions than answer. But if you know this key, perhaps we can help one another.
  • Harriet stood up to face Eivor.

    • Eivor: Where is its home?
    • Harriet: You treated me with kindness, but this damned order. Their machinations killed my brother, so the rest may rot. Take this key to the ruins beneath the bishop's house. You may find answers there.

    Eivor left and ventured to find the bishop's home. Locating his home, Eivor entered the Bishop's Residence. Exploring his abode, Eivor came across a door, opened it with the key, and found a Temple of Mithras under Wincestre.

    • Eivor: This must be it. The door to Ealhferth's secrets.

    Investigating the temple, Eivor came across a letter near the entrance.

    An Unsealed Letter:
    The Mark is Aelfred, a withered sprig from his father's trunk. We should have seen it earlier. Someone calling himself a Poor Soldier is colluding with our king and feeding him names. Lunden and Eoforwic have already fallen to this treacherous rat.

    Burn the King to ash before he reaches the roots.

    The Instrument
    • Eivor: I'll send this to Hytham. He may make some sense of it.

    After manuevering inside the temple, Eivor found a decree among a bunch of scrolls.

    A Faded Decree:
    A Universal Decree, Writ this 870th Year of the Christian Jesus,

    Bulwark England against outside agitators. She is our last great fortress upon this earth, with walls not only of timber and stone, but of will, that have repelled our ancient rivals for over four centuries. Yet now we face a new threat. Ravenous Danes who have not yet accepted our supremacy. We must fight to turn them, or eliminate them.

    Though embattled, our sects in Francia and Ireland stand ready for our glorious return. Be ever resolute. Though our Order may diminish, our truths are eternal.

    The Father
    • Eivor: Everything they did was to undermine Aelfred. She lied to me. There is nothing here of The Order. I should see Aelfred for my reward.

    Eivor left the temple and headed to speak with Aelfred. Arriving at the Old Minster, Eivor spoke with Aelfred. Within the chapel, Eivor saw guards, a sitting Sigebeald, and Aelfred standing at the altar.

    • King Aelfred: Come forth, Eivor.
    • Eivor: Here is far enough.
    • Eivor: When wrongdoers came to devour my flesh, these enemies stumbled and fell.

    As Aelfred walked towards Eivor, Eivor took a step only to see a soldier have his sword readied.

    • Eivor: Have the laws of hospitality been thrown out, Aelfred? I did exactly as we agreed.
    • King Aelfred: That you did. But do not mistake necessity for friendship.
    • Eivor: You are a man of your word. A man of God.
    • King Aelfred: Indeed. By His example, I live my life. Goodwin...

    Goodwin walked into the conversation.

    • Goodwin: Here's the only silver fit for one of your dragon-boats. A reminder of Christ's sacrifice and our charity.

    Goodwin handed Eivor a encrusted silver Christian cross.

    • King Aelfred: This too, I offer you. Live here among us in peace as a Christian, or die a pagan in a blood soaked field. All you have to lose is life everlasting.
    • Eivor: And if I choose neither?
    • Goodwin: He offers you hope, Eivor. A life of purpose above and beyond this one. You'd be a fool to refuse.
    • Eivor: Your reign will end, King of the West Saxons. Raven wings will beat until your throne crumbles to dust.
    • King Aelfred: You were wrong, Goodwin. This one is beyond saving.

    Aelfred nodded at Sigebeald, who left immediately, as an escort of guards surrounded Aelfred as he left. Goodwin took his leave just as the bell rang, which signified an alert of intrusion. As Eivor tried to run, Goodwin pulled a dagger on her.

    Goodwin pulls a dagger to stop Eivor from running out of the church

    • Goodwin: You had your chance, damn you!
    • Eivor: I did not want it.

    Goodwin ran out as Eivor glanced angrily. As Eivor ran, guards immediately noticed her.

    • Eivor: Damn you, Aelfred.

    As Eivor escaped to Wincestre, she stated to herself her next duty.

    • Eivor: I'll return to Hytham and Randvi. They'll want to know what happened here.

    Outcome

    Eivor found and assassinated The Seax and uncovered failed Order plans to take out Aelfred and other sects in Francia and Ireland. Afterwards, Eivor talked with Aelfred, who offered a conversion proposition, and Eivor denied. Thus, Eivor ran out off the hostile city of Wincestre after an alert was made.

    References

    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: Make it Boom! - 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
    Ostara Festival
    Ostara Festival - Let's Get Festive - Egg Hunt - The May Queen - Spiritual Defense - Braun's Folly - Twirling Targets - Viking Brawl
    Sigrblot Festival
    Sigrblot Festival - The War Effort (Feeding the Wolf - Fight or Flyte - Three Big Pigs) - Final Offering - Test Your Metal - War Games
    River Raids
    Yule Season
    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
    Sigrblot Season
    The Legend of Lugh - Treasures of River Berbha - The Spear of Lugh - Treasures of River Erriff - The Ulfberht Sword - Champions of the Faith (England's Protector - Ireland's Defender - Francia's Anointed)
    Mastery Challenge
    A Challenge from the Gods - The Cryptic Tutelage of Hildiran
    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
    Chapter 1
    Strangers Bearing Gifts - To Francia - Warlord of Melun - The Rot in the Slums - Majesty in the Dark
    Chapter 2
    The Missing Queen - Sister of Sorrow - The Queen's Gambit
    Chapter 3
    Honor and Enemies - Fire From Heaven - A Hidden Weakness - Royal Fox Hunt - Dark Before Dawn - The Siege of Paris - The Count of Paris
    Chapter 4
    Skal!
    Chapter 5
    Fire and Faith - Madness of King Charles - Victory - Homecoming
    Hidden Ones
    Hidden
    Standalone
    A Package for Paris
    Infamy
    Vive la Résistance
    Rebel Missions
    Thousand Eyes contracts
    Contract: Pagus Pinciacensis
    World Events
    Amienois
    Hidden Justice
    Melunois
    Not God Enough - Stealing from Thieves - Ulfberht Sword
    Paris
    The Ghost of Saint Germain - The King of Rats
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