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Send Ivarr To Valhalla Or Deny Ivarr In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Know which choices to make in the King Killer quest - Send or Deny Ivarr Valhalla? Tell Ubba the Lie or the Truth? Find out here.

Are you wondering if you should send or deny Ivarr to Valhalla? What is the consequence of your choice? Further ahead in the story, what should you say to Ubba about Ivarr? Well, in this guide, we will explain the outcomes and the best choice in the King Killer quest. Do note that there will be spoilers so if you want to know what happens, keep reading.

AC Valhalla Ivarr Choice: Should you Send or Deny Ivarr Valhalla?

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After your boss fight with Ivarr, you will have to choose between two options: Send Ivarr to Valhalla or Deny Ivarr Valhalla? Whichever option you pick, it is not going to have any impact on the story. But it does have some implication further ahead. Basically, when you go to Quatford and talk to Ubba, you will be asked about Ivarr’s death. Here, you will decide if you want Ubba to know the lie or truth in AC Valhalla. These are the actual choices you have:

  • To say that Ivarr died well (not true)
  • Say that Ivarr died badly (true)
  • Or to say that Ivarr wanted death

Should you Lie to Ubba or tell the Truth in AC Valhalla?

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The right choice to tell Ubba is that Ivarr died badly which is the truth. When you say this, you will avoid any complications in the future because you were honest. So the truth is the way to go.

That’s what you need to know about the choice whether you should send Ivarr to Valhalla or Deny Ivarr in the King Killer quest. Plus, now that you know what to say to Ubba, he won’t get angry later in AC Valhalla.

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Want more help with choices and know their consequences in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, then our wiki article has all the information you need! Don’t miss out on favorable outcomes in your story – check out the linked guide right away.