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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Love Interests and Romance

AC Valhalla love interests

In Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla’s story you get to cause havoc and mayhem. But did you know you can also fall in love? Yes, that’s right, there are a ton of love interests and romance choices for you to enjoy between viking raids. Here is a list of some of these love interests in the game.

AC Valhalla Romance Options and Love Interests

In AC Valhalla, players have the option to seduce NPCs from all genders while having your character as any gender as well. Some love interests can be long romantic relationships whereas others are just a fling. You cannot have another love interest while in a relationship but you can break up a relationship at any time. Below we’ve got a quick rundown of four love interests in Valhalla.


In order to get a romantic voice line for Petra, you must first complete and build the Hunter’s Shack in your settlement.   When this is done, complete the quest she gives you. After that quest is finished, talk to Petra and you should have a romantic option available.


To have Broder as a love interest you must complete and liberate East Anglia. Once you have liberated East Anglia, at some point Oswald will have a wedding. During this wedding, Broder will come up to you and offer you a ‘proposition.’ Say yes and you will have a new love interest.


You will need to have a level three settlement in order to have Randvi as a love interest. Once you have a level three settlement, Randvi will ask you to go with her to Lundengo. Agree to her request and follow Randvi to Lundengo. While traveling you can talk to her and tell her how you really feel.


You will find Bil at a waterfall in the Rygjafylke mountains. If you talk to her you will learn that she is looking for her comb that has fallen into the water. After you take the plunge and retrieve this comb, Bil will quickly be your newest romantic partner.

These are only a few of the characters you can get romantic with in Assassins Creed: Valhalla. Who did you pick? While you are here why not take a look at some of our other guides?

Written by Andrew Smith