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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Lady Eadwyn choice: Exile or let Geadric look after her?

Assassin's Creed Valhalla Lady Eadwyn choice
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The Assassin's Creed Valhalla Lady Eadwyn choice to exile her or let her be looked after by Geadric comes during the Oxenefordscire story arc and while it isn't tied to the main story per se, it's still a tough decision to make.

Once you've defeated her, you'll be given a choice about what to do with her:

  • Let her be exiled: You'll strip her of her titles, names, and land, removing the right for her to rule or live in England. She'll threaten to hunt you down and kill you as soon as she's able. 
  • Let Geadric look after her: You'll commend her for fighting with honor and pride, but pass her over to Geadric for punishment. He says he'll have her arrested but looked after. 

However, it's worth noting that neither choice makes a difference in the game's overarching narrative. Either way, you'll never see hide nor hare of Lady Eadwyn in Assassin's Creed Valhalla again. So this decision is more about how you want Eivor to react in this situation. 

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