10. The Hunt For Honor
Valhalla tends to focus more on Eivor's journey than his end, which is why you'd be mistaken if you thought you could skip out on dialogue and maintain a thorough understanding of what is going on.
This is especially relevant when dealing with a world event, which hints at Eivor's objective in the dialogue itself without giving too much away. Speaking to Erlend in an isolated area just north-west of Eikundarsund is a great example of this. As it turns out, Erlend wants to achieve some honor but seems to be too scared to venture off into the wilderness on his own. This is why it's up to you to take his place and find a suitable animal he can face off against.
So run off into the woods and get the attention of a wolf or polar bear by shooting at it with a well-placed arrow. Whether you want to injure the animal to make the fight easier for young Erlend is completely up to you. When hot on your tail run on back to the little warrior and watch as he goes toe-to-toe with the beast you've brought with you.
Regardless of whether he dies like a true Viking or survives by sheer luck, the world event will be complete and you'll be one step closer to completing Norway.