When you play the AC Valhalla: The Siege of Paris, you will come across the choice to either fight Sigfred or choose peace. This decision will influence the future of Eivor in the game. In this article, we will show you which decision you should take.
AC Valhalla: The Siege Of Paris – “No Way To Find Peace” or “I Will Kill You Choice”
You will find this tough decision towards the end of the Skal Quest in the game. This decision will unravel itself during a conversation with Chieftain Sigfred. After the confrontation with the glory-seeking Sigfred in AC Valhalla, you will be given two dialogue choices, “No way to find peace” or “I will kill you”. Let us find out which of the two decisions you will have to take.
“No way to find peace”
If you choose the “No way to find peace” option during your conversation with Chieftain Sigfred, you will tell him that you do not see fighting as an option and that you want to make peace. However, Sigfred’s response to this dialogue will be hostile, with him still challenging you to fight him. He will provoke you into a fight by questioning your respect and honor.
To respond to these lines of mockery and provocation, you will be given two dialogue options. One of them is “Your problem is yourself” and the other is “You leave me no choice but to kill you”. If you choose the latter, you will begin a fight with Sigfred. This fight will have a similar outcome to that of the second main dialogue choice (“I will kill you”).
If you decide to respond with “Your problem is yourself”, you will have a conversation with Sigfred where you will talk to him about addressing the grief he has experienced in the past because of the death of his brother. This conversation will lead to Chieftain Sigfred agreeing to not fight and live for the sake of his dead brother. While he agrees to avoid a conflict, he announces that he will be leaving the clan and letting Toka lead. As Sigfred walks away, Toka will call out to him. They will bow heads one last time before Sigfred leaves. This will be followed by a separate conversation with Toka.
“Fine, I will kill you”
This is the alternative dialogue choice to “No way to find peace”. If you choose this option, you will begin to engage in a fight with Chieftain Sigfred. This will be a fight until the death. Sigfred will fight with a two-handed sword that can cause very heavy damage. Once you eliminate Sigfred in this fight, Toka will come running to place her axe on Sigfred’s body. Toka will be very understanding of the fact that the fight was a conscious decision on the part of Sigfred, her father. She will tell you how she plans to meet her father in the great hall one day and tell him stories of glory.
Once the battle finally ends, you will stand among a small group of a few others. Here, Toka will lay a sword on the grave of Sigfred. Toka will then take over the clan, concluding this dialogue choice.
As you can see, you will need to decide which dialogue you want to go ahead with. This decision will depend on if you want to see Sigfred live and go ahead with his plans that include violence, or if you want to fight him to the death. There is no ‘correct’ decision here, to be precise. Each dialogue choice will have its own consequences, so the decision is completely up to you.
With this, we come to the end of the guide on whether you should choose “No Way To Find Peace” Or “I Will Kill You”. If you liked this article, check out the AC Valhalla Siege of Paris Skal celebration walkthrough.