AC Valhalla: How To Get Raider Cat Companion

Here's how to recruit the Viking cat in AC Valhalla as a companion on longships. Complete this Freyja's Friend world event in East Anglia.

To become a true Viking, you need to have a cat by your side. Is that possible in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla? It sure is! You can get a Cat pet in AC Valhalla who can serve as your furry companion while you continue your journey across the lands and seas. Historically, Vikings kept cats to kill rodents on the longships so this game is totally on point with the Viking Cat. If you are curious to know how to get a Cat Companion in AC Valhalla through the Freyja’s Friend world event, keep reading.

How to Get a Viking Cat Pet in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla?

To get the Viking Cat in AC Valhalla, you have to visit Northwic in East Anglia where you will come across a white cat on the road. The cat will be most likely near a hut with Dragon pillars next to it.


Once you approach the furry friend, you will see an option to speak to it so go ahead and do it. This will initiate Freyja’s Friend, a world event.

Soon, the cat will start to run away after being called by a Norse Child so Eivor needs to chase and catch it. You will be able to do that quite easily. That’s when the Norse Child says that Nali has not let anyone touch him since old Kottr died – Eivor is special!


Then, Eivor offers Nali to join his crew – for luck and more realistically, rats. This completes the Freyja’s Friend world event.


Now, if you go to your longship, you will see Nali, your Viking cat companion, on it. With Nali by your side, you can feel comforted since it is your very own Viking pet. You cannot skip this section if you are a completionist since this counts as a mystery too. Overall, this is a cute quest for an adorable addition to your crew!

That’s all you need to know about how to get a cat companion in AC Valhalla (Nali) in Freyja’s Friend world event. Since you are in East Anglia, don’t forget to get your Nickel ingots, Nightshade, Roman Artifacts, Eel and more fish.