Doubling down on Valhalla, ish
For the past few weeks, I have been dabbling back into Assassin's Creed Valhalla, I am currently about a little over 45 hours. As far as the main story goes I am not quite halfway there, yet. Where I have been spending most of my time in the game on some of the DLC stories I never played my first time around with the game, some of them weren't even available back then.
Wrath of the Druids DLC,
After probably 15 hours or so, I reached a level good enough to tackle this DLC, in fact, I think I was a little overpowered but, I like being overpowered. I didn't think I was gonna be as huge as it was, I felt like I was playing a whole different game, rather than just a side story. This one takes place in Ireland, where you battle a druidic cult known as the Children of Danu. This one was a lot of fun to play, I finished the main story there but there is still some side exploration to do. The good thing is that you can travel back and forth to any other area.
Dawn of Ragnarök DLC,
This one was the most anticipated one I wanted to play. This one is straight-up Norse Mythology, where Odin's (or Havi) son, Baldr, has been taken prisoner by the immortal fire giant, Surtr. I played what could be the prologue of this story, I had to fight this massive fire giant and I struggled, I almost died once or twice. Once I was back into the real world after waking up from the dream (or vision) and preparing to get back into it, I noticed that the recommended power is 320, I am currently at 220, I think. So, I have decided to put a pin on it for the time being.
The Siege of Paris DLC,
This one takes place in West Francia and the forces of Charles the Fat, as the name implies you infiltrate the city of Paris, forge new alliances, and all that good Viking stuff. This one suggested Power was 200 so I think I can tackle it. However, I was a little past my bedtime so I haven't set sail yet.