The narrative of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is an amazing show. It might seem simple, but it keeps adding so much to the story of the Assassin’s Creed games that it’s hard to avoid the main campaign, no matter how long.
But in the game’s huge open world, there are many surprises for those willing to look around. The game is full of hidden storylines that will be fun for people who like good stories. Aside from that, the current campaign is also full of small plots that only the most discerning players can figure out.
In Ledecestrescire, a World Event side quest is very strange. You’ll know you’ve found what you’re going to look for when you hear a crazy scream that leads you to a mast with a knight in front of it. This World Event is a strange twist on the story of Rapunzel.
It seems like the woman in the tower pretending to be Rapunzel likes it when men stand outside while she calls for assistance and fights to the end for her rescue. Yes, it’s weird, but watching is a lot of fun.
The 100-acre woods
This world event is in the south of Cent, near the border between Canterbury and Crawleah. Once you find the above World Event, you’ll see a house that looks much like the Hundred Acre Woods. Then you’ll meet a girl who says her bear friend needs honey.
When you walk around this neighborhood, you’ll also see a pig and a donkey, friends of the girl. If it isn’t clear, this references the Winnie the Pooh story. The plot of the whole World Event is very good, and you should certainly check it out.
As you look around Snotinghamscire, you will see an Anglo-Saxon soldier kneeling next to a dead friend. Then you will get to fight with him against a group of Pict warriors. Once that’s done, the man tells you his name is Ryce Sherwin and gives you his card.
As the conversation goes on, that becomes evident that Ryce is an allusion to Robin Hood. Ryce and his group of merry rogues and knaves seem to go out of their way to ensure the poor obtain richer and the rich get poorer. A story you’ve heard before.
Randvi’s Feelings Towards Eivor
Randvi is a minor character you’ll see quite a few times during the game. She is the person you’ll talk to if you want to look into your options for an alliance. This is the most common thing she will say until Eivor suddenly starts to notice a change in Randvi’s behavior.
At some point, you’ll be able to ask Randvi what she’s doing. If you keep going with this, you’ll have an adventure just the two of you. When you finish this hidden pursuit, Randvi will tell you she has feelings for Eivor. Then it’s up to you to decide if you want to return her love or not.
The Noble Triad’s Real Names
During the part of the game where you go to Jotunheim, you’ll meet a Jotun named Hyrrokin. She will tell you what to do as you look for The Mead, which includes tricking a father and daughter Jotun pair named Suttner and Gundlodr. After you finish this task, Hyrrokin will be waiting for you at Mimir’s Well.
She then says that she, her husband, and her daughter are what they call the Noble Triad. Those who have played the other games might recognize this, which is how it should be. Suttngr, Hyrrokin, and Gundlodr, who make up the Noble Triad, are Jupiter, Juno, and Minerva, who make up the Capitoline Triad.
The Seventh Way to Find Salvation (Truth Ending)
In the world of Assassin’s Creed, the Great Catastrophe is a very important event. This disaster ended the Isus and started people taking control of Earth. Throughout the series, this event has been discussed and explained extensively, and it comes up again in this game.
In an earlier game, the Isu Jupiter said they had tried six different ways to stop the disaster, but none worked. You will find out later in this game that there is a seventh solution, which is what Odin and the other Norse Isus did. They sent their minds to the Life Tree so that they could come back to life in the future.
The poor fellow Christ soldier
It wouldn’t be an Assassin’s Creed game if the Assassins’ worst enemy weren’t in it. Or at least something like them. The Order of the Ancients is what the gamers get in this game. As you defeat increasingly more members of the Order and move through the main storyline, someone who calls oneself Poor Fellow Soldier of Christ will keep sending you messages.
This mysterious person will always tell you something about the Order. Once you’ve gotten rid of everyone, the Soldier will want to meet you in person. At this point, you will discover that the Poor Companion Soldier of Christ is King Aelfred himself. He wants to get rid of the Order in England to start a new one that fits his beliefs and values better. This would grow into the Templar Order in the future.