Brother Quiescis Flyting Walkthrough | Assassin's Creed Valhalla

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This page is a walkthrough for Brother Quiescis' Flyting Challenge in Assassin's Creed Valhalla (AC Valhalla). Read on to learn the right answers against him in Flyting!

Flyting Location

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Quiescis can be found standing outside a small building with Acolyte Alwin in Canterbury. Alwin will act as Quiescis' proxy since the latter is apparently a mute.

Brother Quiescis Flyting Answers

Verse Answer
"Come you closer, friend Eivor, and lend me your ear. The most cutting of flyts from my mouth you'll not hear. But by proxy, I'll call you're a milksop and boor." AssassinEnlarge
Though you speak through another, your writing's still poor.
"Your body is withered, your garments absurd. I'll topple you over with nary a word. I'm devoted to flyts, though to silence avowed." AssassinEnlarge
Though you choose to be quiet, your folly is loud.
"Your visage is ghastly, I'm cowed by your stink. I should like to write more, but you're not worth the ink. So a last parting phrase: you're as dim as they come." AssassinEnlarge
With such drivel to speak, I see why you keep mum.

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