A Desperate Bounty – Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Guide

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In the tutorial area of Rygjafylke in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla you will find a number of World Events you can complete. These World Events are short little quests that reward you with materials or silver when finished. In this area, you will come across one of the World Events known as “A Desperate Bounty.” This event requires you to rescue a kidnapped Jarl. To complete this World Event use our guide below.

Where to Find A Desperate Bounty

You can locate the A Desperate Bounty event along the path that leads northward from the Haervik Shipyard. As you travel this path, you will come across a character named Hrorek, who will call out to you as you approach. When you speak to Hrorek, he will inform you that his Jarl has been kidnapped and is being held nearby, thereby triggering the commencement of the World Event.

How to Complete A Desperate Bounty

After you speak to Hrorek he will start riding along the path to the north. Follow Hrorek until you reach the ambush location. In this area, you will face an onslaught of enemies. Defeat all the enemies here then talk to Hrorek. Hrorek lured you into a trap to save himself. With that said Eivor will spare him and the World Event and interaction will end. Completing this World Event will earn you some XP, Silver and +1 Rygjafylke Mysteries. You should also loot the nearby corpses for more materials and rewards to add to your haul from this event.

This World Event is just one of many players can complete in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. For help with other quests you may stumble upon check our guide hub.

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