Assassin's Creed Valhalla Resources Decision: Should You Take Resources Or Leave Them For Styrbjorn?
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Assassin's Creed Valhalla Resources Decision: Should You Take Resources Or Leave Them For Styrbjorn?

Lloyd Coombes
13 November 2020

A tough decision – it could go Eivor way.

Assassin’s Creed Valhalla continues the series' transition into an RPG, adding meaningful decisions to be made and consequences for Eivor's actions.

One of the biggest early-game dilemmas you'll face on your Viking adventure is whether or not to take your clan's existing resources with you on your voyage to England.

Of course, Vikings are known for taking what they want, so it arguably makes more sense to take what you can get from a character point of view, but you just know there's a chance it'll come back to bite you.

Be warned, spoilers ahead.

Assassin's Creed Valhalla: Take The Resources, or Leave Them With Styrbjorn?

During the "Seas Of Fate" quest, you're given the option to take your liberated resources from Kjotve's fortress to England, to help your clan start a new life.

Sigurd is less keen, though, and suggests turning in your haul to Styrbjorn, the clan leader.

The choice can play out as follows:

  • Taking the resources

This leaves Sigurd unhappy, and Styrbjorn even more so. The latter sends you off with a telling off but doesn't instigate a fight at all.

For doing so, you'll earn 600 supplies and 20 raw materials.

  • Leave the resources with Styrbjorn

Sigurd is pleased, and Styrbjorn gives Eivor his blessing to leave for England.

You'll still get 300 supplies and 20 raw materials, making this still fairly lucrative.

As for how the story plays out in later hours, we couldn't say, but leaving the resources will inarguably help your conscience.

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