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Assassin's Creed: Valhalla

Should You Give the Boy (Bernard) to King Charles?

Scott Peers

You May Have the Boy, or I Will Not Hand Over the Boy?

Once you’ve dealt with the matter of the silver from Charles, he will ask Eivor to hand over Bernard, the king’s only heir. At this point you’ll need to decide between the following dialogue choices:

“You may have the boy.”

If you choose to give the boy to Charles, Bernard will be happy enough about it, since he doesn’t know the true nature of his father yet. Charles will welcome him into his arms and all will seem well, for now.

“I will not hand over the boy.”

If you choose not to hand over the boy to King Charles, Charles will become infuriated and begin a fit of rage, before Sigfred interferes and forces Charles into silence. However, Charles will state that the matter is not over between him and Eivor.

Ultimately, whether you give Bernard to Charles or not doesn’t impact the story in any lasting significant way, as Bernard will quickly run back to his mother, Richardis, once he sees the true nature of his father. However, Bernard will be less trusting of Eivor later in the story if he was given to the king, and Count Odo will not approve of the decision either. Toka will also thank Eivor if they didn’t hand Bernard to Charles. If you want to maintain good relations with them for roleplaying preferences, we recommend that you don’t give the boy to Charles.

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    PC, PS4, PS5, XB One, XB X|S
  • Genre
    Action RPG
  • Guide Release
    10 November 2020
  • Last Updated
    11 November 2023
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