Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is a game that recounts a fictional story during the Viking expansions into the British Isles. To expand, it is a major task pf Eivor’s journey to make friends and to join alliances. This can also become an important factor as the game progresses. There is an AC Valhalla Alliance Map Order that players can follow to expand their alliance in an easy way. Some players love to follow the suggested Alliance Map Order. But many of the players still have a doubt whether they should follow the map order or just wing it. Let me tell the pros and cons of following the map order so that your decision making will become easy:
1. Should You Follow the AC Valhalla Alliance Map Order?
I would suggest you follow the AC Valhalla Alliance Map Order. This will pledge loyalty to the areas according to their suggested power levels to grasp Eivor’s story better.
If Eivor does not have the support of an alliance that is willing to fight for victory, the ultimate fight with King Alfred in England will prove to be a tough battle. As your progress in the game, you will have to go to different places and meet new people, and befriending them will guarantee new alliances in the game. If you don’t follow the Alliance Map Order, there is a chance of you losing some important information useful for the game’s ending. You can even miss out on the opportunity to witness the true ending of the game.
2. The AC Valhalla Alliance Map Order
‘Sometimes it’s the journey that teaches you a lot about your destination.’ and that is perfectly applicable in AC Valhalla. Whether you will witness the true ending of the game is dependent on your journey, I mean the path you follow.
You can start your journey from any of these three places listed below –
You can start from any of these three and have no worry about missing out on the remaining two.
Here is the path I suggest you take:
Ledecestrescire – Grantebridgescire – East Anglia – Oxenfordscire – Sciropcire – Cent – Essexe – Lincolnscire – Suthsexe – Jorvik – Vinland – Eurvicscire – Glowestrescire – Wincestre – Snotinghamscire – Norway – Hamtunscire
You should just pledge the areas as suggested by their power levels. Ledecestrescire and Grantebridgescire belong to the same power level. Hence, you can start with either of them and then head to the other. You can even start with Lunden but it belongs to a higher power level than Grantebridgescire and Ledecestrescire. Hence, I would suggest you head to Lunden when you have a sufficient power level.
If you chose Grantebridgescire as the starting point, you can experience the “The Song of Soma” arc with “The Great Scattered Army” as the starting quest. And if you chose Ledecestrescire as your initial point, you will make Eivor experience “THE Kingmaker’s Saga” arc with “The Sons of Ragnar” as the starting quest. But choosing any of these two places as your initial point will not affect your playthrough. You will experience both quests regardless of the order.
The best or the most suggested starting place is Ledecestrescire.
There is no special priority given to any alliance. Remember that your alliances are amicable towards your clan and also to each other.
The basic advantage of following the Alliance Map Order is that it ensures that you won’t miss out on any part of Eivor’s Viking story. I hope I made your decision of whether to follow it or not a bit easier. This is to clear doubts of a few players who have certain doubts about the Alliance Map Order. But if you still want to try your own alliance order but be aware that you might miss out on major plot arcs in the game.