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During your trip in AC Valhalla you have many options. It's true that many of these choices won't have much impact on the rest of the story; therefore, in many cases, you can choose the one that feels most natural for your Eivor. However, there are more than a few actions or dialogue options that can change the ending you get when you finally cross the finish line in Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
Many of the decisions you face are not always black or white, there is not always a clear right or wrong answer. The same goes for story-changing choices, assuming you know what they are. It's safe to say that all Sigurd-related choices matter, so you need to be very careful with those choices. Even so, the correct course is not always clear.
If you don't want to leave things to chance or mess with the ending you eventually get, I've listed AC Valhalla's choices below in (somewhat) chronological order. At the bottom of the page, you can now also find the answer to an important decision at the end of the new Wrath of the Druids DLC.
If you're worried about spoilers, be careful here. The answer for each option is listed below.
Banish or Kill Gorm?
This is one of the first choices you should make in AC Valhalla. It takes place while you're still in Norway, right after defeating Kjotve and trying to hunt down his runaway son, Gorm. King Harald will ask what to do with Gorm and will give you three options to choose from.
- it was confusing
- Let King Harald decide
ANDthe result will be the same no matter which option you chooseFor himDecision AC Valhalla Gorm(opens in new tab), then the choice is entirely yours.
Take the resources or leave them to Styrbjörn?
One of the first important hints in Assassin's Creed Valhalla is introduced right at the start of the game, just before you leave for England. It takes place during The Seas of Fate quest and you have to choose between taking the resources obtained from Kjotve's raid or leaving them to Styrbjorn.
And while additional features are obviously welcome for the journey ahead, what price do you pay later? To be sure,You must leave the resources to Styrbjörnduring theAC Valhalla leaves or makes decision on appeals(opens in new tab).
The stink of betrayal Election of betrayal
Shortly after arriving in England and becoming involved in the Grantebridgescire story arc, you will be given the quest The Stink of Betrayal, in which you must help Soma find out who betrayed her. Someone from Soma's inner circle is the traitor, and it will take some research to find out who he is. The options here are:
The traitor's identity isCrazySo you must choose if you have a choice during the electionAC Valhalla Traitor(opens in new tab)Decision.
Kill or spare Leofrit?
During the Ledecestrescire story arc and during the Heavy is the Head quest, you must find Ceolbert. The quest marker will show you the right direction and you can find it by talking to Leofrith, who you must fight. After beating him, you will be presented with the following options:
- Spare: Burgred left you.
- Kill: Now pray to your god.
If heAC Valhalla forgives Leofrith's eyes(opens in new tab)The decision left you perplexed, the best option is hereErsatzLeofrith.
Should you defeat Basim and Sigurd?
During the quest Blood from a Stone, which takes place during the Oxenefordescire story arc, Sigurd tries to make a deal with Lady Eadwyn, but Eivor loses his temper and starts a fight. You will have different options when you talk to Sigurd and Basim.
heuthreemany options here andAt least one can affect which ending you get.
He canchoose one of the two optionsfor the first possibilityGive a breakfor the second andenough of thatfor the third. So no, you should not resort to violence during this time.Punzón AC Valhalla Basim(opens in new tab)Comparison.
Should you exile Lady Eadwyn?
At the end of the quest line "The Stone Saga" in Oxenefordscire, you will be given the task of breaking into Lady Eadwyn's stronghold (Cyne Belle Castle(opens in new tab)). After fighting and defeating them, Eivor will have two possible options.
- Let them be banned
- Let Geadric take care of her
you are free fromchoose the option you wantduring theAC Valhalla Let them be banished(opens in new tab)decision as it has nothing to do with what comes after
The identity of the vault
The AC Valhalla Closing the Vault quest begins midway through the Jorvik story arc. You are tasked with discovering the identity of Vault, one of the members of the Order of Elders, and you have the opportunity to investigate to help him. But once you arrive at the Christmas party, you'll have to make a decision and point out one of four possible suspects:
The correct vault identity ishearingTherefore, you must choose it during theAC Valhalla is closing the vault(opens in new tab)Decision.
Who should receive the money?
This choice is made during the Sciropescire story arc. You will receive the War Tired mission and must follow Ceolbert to a cathedral and choose who to give 650 silver to make peace. Here you have several options:
- Señora Angharad
- Let Eivor keep the money
The results are pretty much the same for whoever you give the money to, so the best thing you can do is give it a try.let Eivor keep youduring theAC Valhalla was tired Plata(opens in new tab)Decision.
King Killer mission selection
During the King Killer quest that takes place during the Sciropescire story arc, you will have to make some decisions. The first option comes at the end of the boss fight and the second option happens when you head back to Quatford and find Ubba.
So the first option doesn't seem story relatedyou decideif you would likedeny or send Ivarr to Valhalla(opens in new tab). In the second option, when talking to Ubba, you must tell him thatIvarr died badly.
Should you give Dag your axe?
This choice willNon-final impact of AC ValhallaSo you should think it through or follow the link below before making a decision. The Brewing Storm quest triggers at a certain point in the game when you return to Ravensthorpe. Dag will face you and after a brutal fight you will have to make an important decision:
- Give Dag your ax
- Deny Dag your ax
He mustGive Dag your axduring theAC Valhalla Election of the Day(opens in new tab)if you don't want to risk changing the ending.
Should you have an affair with Randvi?
There are a few romance options in AC Valhalla and one of them is presented to you mid-game and this option has thePossibility to change the end of the game. During the Take For Granted quest and after walking around with Randvi, she will admit her feelings for you and you will be given three response options.
- I feel the same
- now is not the right time
- I care for you like a friend
you must chooseI care for you like a friendif you get the chance to romanceAC Valhalla Randvi(opens in new tab)where is the Take For Grants quest.
Traitor of old wounds
During the Essexe story arc, you will be presented with the Old Wounds option, where you must name the person who betrayed Rollo. This is akin to deciding the stench of betrayal in Grantebridgescire, and gives you the chance to question the two suspects and scour the camp for clues. The two suspects are:
The traitor's identity isGerhildTherefore, you must choose it during theAC Valhalla Old Traitor of Wounds(opens in new tab)Decision.
Where the choice of Stone Falls
The choice of Where the Stone Falls is part of the Lincolnscire story arc. You must help the region elect a new Eldorman. You have three candidates to choose from and there is very little to help you with your decision. The three options are:
You must choose oneAelfgar or Hunwaldduring theAC Valhalla Where the Stone Falls(opens in new tab)Selection.
Do you agree with Sigurd's verdict?
You will receive the Blame and Sail quest when you return to your settlement after completing the Lincolnscire story arc and the aftermath ofthis may affect the ending of Assassin's Creed Valhalla. You have to settle a dispute that broke out between Holger and Gudrun. The decision on which side you're on doesn't really matter here, but Sigurd will return to Ravensthorpe once the decision is made. You will have-important-Options:
- The process is unfair
- I support Sigurd's judgment
He mustsupport Sigurd's trialhere if you want the best ending for Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
Decision on blood and ties
That choice is right at the end of the Eurviscire story arc. During the "Of Blood and Bonds" quest, you are at a festival and must face off against one of the two people you worked with to forge an alliance there. The options here are:
- You're crazy, Halfdan.
- Stand or fight me, Faravid.
This is one of the toughest options you'll have, as you really don't want to screw up the ring. The best option is hereStand or fight me, Faravid.when it's time to confront someoneAC Valhalla half day or Faravid(opens in new tab).
fate of ciara
You can find this choice at the end of the Wrath of the Druids DLC main quest, in which you must decide Ciara's fate. Upon arriving here, you'll learn that Ciara thinks she must die to stop the plans of Danu's children, but the choice is up to Eivor:
- an honorable death
- i can't kill you
That choice is up to you, because Lia Fail's stone will be destroyed whether you kill Ciara or not. Her friend Deidre will address her choice later, but otherwise her decision doesn't seem to change events overall.
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