This quest begins immediately after Madness of King Charles. Now that you’ve defeated King Charles the Fat and subdued Paris, it’s time to return to Toka in Melun to celebrate.
Enter the Longhouse at Melun
As you arrive in Melun, you’ll find a scene of commotion at the longhouse. When you enter a cutscene will begin, with Toka and Count Odo arguing. This will happen regardless of your choices throughout the main story, but the details of the scene will depend on some choices that you’ve made with regard to how you’ve dealt with King Charles.
If you told Count Odo that you were going to kill King Charles, but later spared him, Odo will be furious. He will still be angry even if you promised nothing, but if you decided to kill Charles, Odo will be grateful. Effectively, if you kill Charles you’re supporting Count Odo to be the next king of Francia, whereas if you spared him, you’re supporting Bernard. You can’t avoid upsetting either Count Odo or Richardis in either scenario.
If You Spared King Charles…
If you spared King Charles, after the scene with Count Odo, Toka will ask Eivor what they think Odo will do from here. You’ll have three dialogue options:
“He will look for Charles.”
“He will focus on Paris.”
“I do not know.”
If You Killed King Charles…
If you killed King Charles, after the scene with Count Odo, Toka will ask if it’s wise to trust Odo. You’ll have three dialogue options:
“Odo has honor.”
“It is never wise to trust.”
“We cannot know what the future holds.”
In both cases, it doesn’t matter which of these options you choose, as the quest will play out the same since the major decision of killing or sparing Charles has already been made at this point. All that will change is the response from Toka, in a minor way. Toka will state that she’ll have Pierre watching Count Odo from now on, and after a farewell scene, the quest will end.