These skills fit perfectly within each tree in Assassin's Creed Valhalla
Eivor has had a rough life, but thankfully in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla he will only grow stronger. One of the ways in which he (or she) can do that is by using the skill tree. When you earn experience, you will get skill points. This is how you can use them in the best possible way.
The skill points can be exchanged in something that looks like a constellation. There are three ways to go: red, blue, and yellow. Or melee, ranged, and stealth. Or bear, wolf, and raven. Yes, instead of just going with one thing, there are three, but they correspond: Red is melee so bear, blue is ranged so wolf and yellow is stealth so raven. It is very important to understand what type of gamer you are and use the skill tree accordingly.
The skill tree is used to upgrade Eivor in evasion, health, defense and damage. You do not get to see the whole tree with all its branches right away, you need to reach the next part for the fog to go away and show the next steps. Some people use the skill tree without really being careful about what they chose, while others nearly reconstruct everything just to make the best decision.
You know what? You can also just be in between. It is handy to at least think about it, while it is not necessary to make a whole study out of it. Just have fun and go along with it as you go through the game. You might realise you want something else and unlearn a skill -it’s possible!-, so you do not have to be afraid to miss out on anything if you really do not want to.
Do you want to know which skills are going to help you as much as possible in the game? We will uncover a few of them.
Obviously ‘stomp’ is something that belongs to a bear, but there is a skill that is so entertaining that we do not want you to miss out on it. We are talking about Heavy Dual Wield. This skill gives you access to many great attacks as it allows you to hold heavy weapons on each side. It creates this versatile new you, as you have so much more options available for any fight you might end up having. There is a catch though: Heavy Dual Wield will make both weapons a little less effective, but that is so little, you will not even notice.
Don’t you love a good finisher? Try the Bow Stun Finisher: a great and somewhat over the top way of ending the lives of your opponents. It is nice and quick, short and sweet, but definitely has impact. The Bow Stun Finisher is so much better than the Stun Finisher as it is a lot better when you like to fight with a bit more distance between you and your opponent. Even though you are a bit further away, you can easily have a great and swift finish without needing to come close.
One of the things we loved most about Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey is the Spear of Leonidas. It is so swift and it gives you the same feeling as when you perfectly glide through a level of Sonic. It’s so smooth and so effective, it is hard to stop using it. For the Raven skill tree in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla there is a solution to missing out on a Spear of Leonidas: Chain Assassination. This skill means you can make a whole chain reaction of kills. Especially when you need to kill two enemies without getting noticed by a guard, the Chain Assassination will be of great help.