Assassin’s Creed Valhalla – Kill or Spare Leofrith: The consequences of killing or sparing Leofrith in Heavy Is the Head explained

Heavy Is the Head is a quest in the Ledecestrescire region in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

During this quest, you will find yourself fighting Leofrith and after a tough battle, you will have the option to kill or spare Leofrith.

Killing or sparing Leofrith, like other story choices such as discovering Soma’s traitor or leaving or taking resources to England, will have a lasting effect on the game. For this reason, this page will cover the consequences of both killing and sparing Leofrith.

Because of this, remember that this page contains spoilers for the Heavy Is the Head mission.

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How the Heavy Is the Head mission works and killing or sparing Leofrith in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Eivor has the option to kill Leofrith or spare his life in Chapter 4 of Kingsmaker’s Saga, quest Heavy Is the Head.

Ubba and Ivarr Ragnarsson have devised a plan to dethrone the current Mercian king, Burgred, and replace him with the more sympathetic Ceowulf.

After capturing Burgred’s wife Lady Aethelswitch in Templebrough (The Walls of Templebrough) and finding Burgred in the crypts south of Ledecestrescire (Tipping the Scales), a coronation follows, in which Ceowulf is crowned the new king. of Mercia.

As soon as the coronation is over, Eivor and company hear the news that Repton has been attacked by Leofrith, a man loyal to Burgred. Ceowulf asks Eivor to save his son Ceolbert.

Upon arriving at Repton, Eivor finds Leofrith on Waith Island and they fight to the death.

Pardon or kill Leofrith in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla?

After defeating Leofrith, Eivor has the option:

  • (Spare) Burgred abandoned you.
  • (Kill) Pray to your god now.

Read on to find out the consequences of sparing or killing Leofrith in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.

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How does killing or sparing Leofrith affect Assassin’s Creed Valhalla?

Letting Leofrith live will give you information about the zealots who serve the Order of the Ancients. He tells you to burn the kill order on Venonis that has Eivor’s name on it, thus preventing the zealots from actively pursuing you. It is recommended that you complete this quest, Hunted, as soon as possible.

If you let Leofrith die, the fanatics will continue to haunt you.

We also have pages on other story options in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, including Soma’s traitor and how to leave or bring resources to England in the Seas of Fate mission.

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