Assassin's Creed: Valhalla

Reporting on East Anglia

By
Seren Morgan-Roberts
&
Scott Peers

This quest begins immediately after Wedding Horns. Now that you’ve secured an alliance with East Anglia after securing king Oswald on the throne, it’s time to report back to Randvi in the longhouse at Ravensthorpe.

Speaking with Randvi unlocks the The Good Saxon trophy.

Mane and Tail

When you reach the longhouse you’ll hear Holger and Rowan arguing in front of Randvi. Approach Randvi to begin the brief quest Mane and Tail.

When you reach the longhouse you’ll hear Holger and Rowan arguing in front of Randvi. Approach Randvi to hear what all the fuss is about. Randvi will ask you to preside over the dispute, an act which angers Dag, but he’ll soon shuffle off.

Rowan will describe how Holger has a history of using his tools without permission, and now he’s taken the practice too far by using the tail hair from Rowan’s finest horse to make a brush for his painting, taking it without consent. Rowan insists that he be compensated, while Holger mounts an enviable defence of his artistic pursuits.

You’ll need to listen to both sides of the argument from Rowan and Holger before you come to a decision. It doesn’t matter who you decide is in the right, so go with what feels best to you. There will be no significant consequences. You’ll be treated to a brief exchange between Rowan and Holger when the quest completes, so be sure to stick around for that.

(1 of 2) Approach Randvi in the longhouse to see what the disturbance is about.

Approach Randvi in the longhouse to see what the disturbance is about. (left), You’ll need to decide who is right between Rowan and Holger. (right)

Report to Randvi

Once you’re done with Rowan and Holger, speak with Randvi behind the throne to complete the quest. At the end of the conversation Randvi will inform you that Svend has unfortunately died in his sleep, and recommends that you check on Tove. This leads to the brief settlement quest Carrying the Torch.

Guide Information

  • Publisher
    Ubisoft
  • Platforms
    PC, PS4, XB1
  • Genre
    Action RPG
  • Guide Release
    10 November 2020
  • Last Updated
    18 May 2021
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