At the end of The Stolen King, Modron will ask Eivor what they intend to do with Cynon. Here you’ll have three dialogue choices, but it doesn’t matter which you choose. The outcome will be the same, other than the dialogue that follows with Modron’s response.
“I’ll kill him.”
Eivor tells Modron that they intend to kill Cynon. Modron warns Eivor that Cynon might be more difficult to kill than they expect, and to not let him beat them.
“I’ll expose him.”
Eivior tells Modron that they will reveal Cynon’s sins, and let his people decide if he deserves an honorable death. Modron responds by saying that Cynon tarnished Eivor’s name, implying that this justifies his death. Eivor states that shame will be met with shame.
“I have to go.”
Modron responds by saying that if Eivor is resolute, then they should ride on.