This page is a walkthrough for the Yule Brawl Repeatable Quest in Assassin's Creed Valhalla (AC Valhalla). Read on to learn more about the quest objectives, stealth routes, notables, and more!
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This repeatable quest starts in Ravensthorpe immediately after the Yule Festival quest's cutscene.
|1||Speak to Sunniva to initiate the Yule Brawl.|
|2||There are a total of ten rounds of brawling.
You earn 5 Yule Tokens per round won with an extra 20 Yule Tokens at the end of the tenth round.
Your drunken state escalates as you reach farther rounds.
You lose the ability to Lock Target during combat once you reach rounds five or higher.
Sunniva will give you the option to proceed farther into the brawl or leave with your current winnings after every round.
Rounds will reset if you reach ten rounds or lose.
You can participate in the Yule Brawl for as many times as you want during the Yule Festival.
|Yule Festival||Yule Brawl||Braun's Folly|
|Twirling Targets||Cow Catcher||The Case of the Missing Ale|
Yule Brawl Walkthrough | Yule Festival Quest
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