One Last Sleepless Night is a quest in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. It concludes A Fated Encounter, the main mission arc for the Isle of Skye. A rowdy celebration will eventually lead to Kassandra saying goodbye to Eivor.
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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Crossover Story guide: A Fated Encounter – One Last Sleepless Night conclusion
After solving the Cave of Gold Light Puzzle and retrieving the Apple of Eden, Kassandra tries to leave. However, Eivor will convince her to celebrate their successful endeavor. Make your way back to Kiltaraglen and enter the longhouse. Inside, you’ve got a few things you can do.
Compared to other NPCs, Kassandra won’t balk or mess up this minigame. As such, you really need to press those buttons at the right time.
The two will start chatting. Similar to everyone who’s met a friend who speaks a different language, Kassandra will teach Eivor how to pronounce “malaka,” a Greek swear word.
Shortly after that, the bride and groom will arrive, causing Kassandra to realize that they were just crashing a wedding.
You can then approach the jilted lover to start a brawl. The dynamic and deadly duo will help each other out.
You can then make a toast to the newlyweds. Kassandra will recite a few lines, and you can choose your responses. Here are my suggestions:
- First reply: “To see us now, you’d not believe our clash.”
- Second reply: “It’ll sadden me to see my new friend part.”
- Third reply: “If your love survives this, nothing stands in your way.”
After this, have one last drink. Edyt will approach you and you’ll admit that Valka didn’t see Randvi at all (Kassandra just looked like Randvi). The camera pans to Kassandra standing near the doorway, and the screen fades to black. The next scene shows Eivor waking up in a pig pen after a rowdy night. This concludes A Fated Encounter in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Note: As far as I can tell, there doesn’t seem to be a romance scene between Eivor and Kassandra.