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AC Valhalla Wrath of the Druids Ciara Guide: How To Romance

Wrath of the Druids Ciara

The new expansion for Assasin’s Creed Valhalla just got released, known as the Wrath of the Druids. It brings a new storyline, NPCs, abilities, items, and a lot more. One of the new NPCs in the game is Ciara. This Assassin’s Creed’s Valhalla guide will include all the details on Ciara and how to romance her in the Wrath of the Druids DLC.

How to Romance Ciara in Assassin’s Creed’s Valhalla: Wrath of the Druids

Ciara is the red-haired poetess of the High King of Ireland, Flann Sinna. She makes her first appearance in the quest “Flann over Ireland”. Ciara can be found provoking the ire of the Danes with her drunken singing near the Dublin market. She will then pass out because of the drinking. On different occasions, you can tell that she really is a really good poetess.

Romancing Ciara

You can advance your relationship with Ciara quite easily in Assassin Creed’s Valhalla. The only way to romance Ciara is by choosing the proper dialogues in two conversations between her. Both of the dialogues will have a heart next to them, so it is really hard to miss this.

The first important conversation is in Chapter 1 when you talk to her in the tower of Connacht. Here the option “I’d like to get to know you better” will come across your screen. It will have a heart next to it, so you know that this is the option to choose. 

The next important conversation will be when you meet her in Chapter 3 at a waterfall in Lough Glendallon. Here the option “I would like to be close to you” will the option to choose. It will also have a heart next to it. This will allow you to spend time with her underneath the waterfall and complete the romance option with Ciara. 

This is how you can romance Ciara in AC Valhalla Wrath of the Druids. If you want to learn more then you can check out our guide on how you can find Bil’s comb in order to romance her.

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