While exploring Ledecestrescire in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, if you visit the small city of Repton, you’ll encounter a very interesting NPC named Jungulf, who will ask you to duel him in Flyting. The Flyting duel counts as a Ledecestrescire Mystery you must complete if you wish to get 100% completion in the first area you’ll explore in England.
Since this is not the first duel, we won’t go over the basics again, as we did while dueling Manning, Fighter Of Wolves. However, the idea is the same, and basically, for every line you get from Jungulf, you’ll have to answer with an insult. The Ledecestrescire Flyting is just as hilarious as the first one, and because you can win a good amount of silver, I will share with you the correct answers you should give Jungulf in Repton.
Where To Find the AC Valhalla Ledecestrescire Flyting Duel
As mentioned, Jungulf is found in a small village known as Repton. He sits by the docks on the north-western side of the village, under a very large boat.
He also has a sidekick who is as hilarious as his master. You can identify this guy by his fancy clothes or by using the screenshot below.
Jungulf Flyting Answers
Now, after you find your opponent, talk to him, and he will ask you to duel him in words.
Remember that the idea here is to know the correct answers so you can bet the maximum amount of silver. And you should do that because I am going to share with you the exact answers you should give to Jungulf. This means you can easily win 200 Silver, which is not a small amount.
So, when the duel starts, make sure you pick these answers before the time runs out:
- First Answer: O, to beat such a braggart will surely be fun.
- Second Answer: You’re a weakling, a milksop, a cadger, a louse.
- Third Answer: Your pride is appalling, and your rhyming is worse.
Now, if you pick these answers, you will successfully complete the Ledecestrescire Flyting Mystery, and you will leave the area with 200 silver in your pockets. You will receive 400, but 200 represents the amount you initially placed down as a bet.