If you sided with Sigurd enough, Sigurd will name three times that proved Eivor's loyalty. If so, Sigurd will then step down as jarl and name Eivor the new jarl of Ravensthorpe. Once they return to Raventhorpe, Sigurd will make the announcement and Ravensthorpe's people will celebrate the decision.
If you end up getting three strikes from these, Sigurd will return to Norway at the end of the game. However, you can save this from happening if you only have three strikes by removing a strike in the final conversation with Sigurd. If you manage to make him change his mind, he will instead stay in England with you.
If you make three or more choices that go against Sigurd, then at the end Sigurd will leave the Raven Clan and go back to Norway. However, if you make three or more choices in support of Sigurd, then he'll stay with the clan at Ravensthorpe in England.
You'll have a choice to make regarding Gudrun and Holger, but this won't have any consequences. However, once your first choice is made, Sigurd will arrive. He doesn't particularly like you making decisions when he is the Jarl. He will then give his own judgment and it's up to you to decide if you agree or not.
Doing three or more of these will lead to Sigurd leaving for Norway but if you have only done one or two, you'll be fine and he'll stay in the settlement with you for good. Plus, he breaks up with Randvi so you're free to be in a relationship with her.
I feel the same way – Eivor professes their feelings to Randvi, and they make love after a little more chatter. Sigurd will eventually find out about this, and that counts as a choice against him.
Well, Sigurd is also an Isu. In Eivor's Norse version of reality, he is the Isu known as Tyr, the Norse God of War, so all that talk of him being a god by the evil Order of the Ancients member Fulke was actually spot on.
If you break up with Randvi after the first encounter, your actions won't count as a Sigurd Strike and nudge you towards the Good Ending. What's more, if you'd rather not betray Sigurd, all you have to do is wait for the story to progress as the couple will end up separating down the line (40 hours into the story).
We suggest choosing, "I support Sigurd's judgement," even if you do not so that you have a better chance at seeing the game's true ending. This concludes this quest and The Lay of Hunwald saga arc.
The original guide here warned about getting a bad ending due to romancing Randvi. This is certainly possible, but it is avoidable; players can romance Randvi and good a good ending. They can also steer clear of getting a strike.
You'll need to travel to Hordafylke, Norway, and speak to Sigurd to begin this quest. He can be found in the room right next to the Alliance Map room. He'll be sitting on a table — speak to him and a cutscene will begin.
In the climax of 'A Brewing Storm' you and Dag finally battle it out. After defeating him, you should 'Give Dag his axe' as a final gesture of respect. Even though he can be quite the annoying bug, doing so will keep Sigurd happy as Dag was, after all, a Viking who fought by your side for most of the campaign.
You can go back into the animus, as Basim playing Eivor, which is just weird.
Eventually, though, Basim was revealed to be the bad guy all along who wanted revenge on Eivor for his past wrongs as Odin during the First Civilization. This evil scheme turned Basim into a hammy villain, also being too “out there” to fall in line with his characterization.
If you make 3 Choices against Sigurd (Sigurd Strikes), he will dislike you and leave England to go back to Norway at the end of the game. If you do the opposite and pick the choices in support of Sigurd, he will like you and stay with you in England at the end of the game.
Basim Ibn ishaq is one of the two main antagonists in Assassin's Creed: Valhalla alongside Alfred the Great. He was a Master Assassin of the Hidden Ones branch located in Constantinople, known to the Norse as Miklagard.
Eivor will initially want to give a verdict, but eventually he will be replaced by Sigurd, who, as the current jarl, will make the final decision. Agreeing with Sigurd's judgment will improve Sigurd's attitude. Opposing Sigurd's judgment will decrease Sigurd's attitude towards you.
Support Sigurd's judgment or judgment is unfair
If you support Sigurd's judgment even though it is not reasonable (30 times the payment), it will lead to the good ending. The ending of the game depends on a lot of these choices in the game. If you make enough good choices, you will get the good ending.
How To Romance Randvi Without Betraying Sigurd. If you'd rather wait until near the end of the story to romance Randvi (thereby giving you the option to romance others such as Petra and Tarben in the meantime), you'll need to wait until Gunnar's wedding during The Forge and the Flame.
The safest choice here is to pick I care for you as a friend. But if you have your heart set on romancing AC Valhalla Randvi, all is not lost. You will be able to hook up with her later on safely, after Sigurd and Randvi break up. This way, you won't upset Sigurd and risk the ending you'll get.
How Adultery Plays Out With Randvi. Randvi is the greatest exception. In Assassin's Creed Valhalla, all story trails lead to Sigurd. This is ultimately a tale of two siblings, so players' choice in Assassin's Creed Valhalla to sleep with Sigurd's wife Randvi can actually affect which ending players receive.
Soma. Of all the people on this list, Soma is the most heartbreaking missed romance option. The entire Grantebridge quest is filled with long looks and subtly-flirty dialogue, suggesting a possible attraction. Also, when Soma writes Eivor, she talks about thinking of them fondly.
9 Her Bond With Sigurd Was True
Eivor did clash with Sigurd, but the two came out as a stronger duo out of it.
Sigurd is the reincarnation of Tyr, the Norse god of war and justice. This is highlighted by the fact that both sound the same and they end up having an arm amputated at some point.
Sigurd was a skilled warrior and cunning tactican, leading many successful raids before his voyage to England. While quite intelligent with a skill for politics and military tactics, he was easily manipulated by Basim, by playing on his desire for greatness.