Speak with Osiris and Ikora Rey. To find him, open your director and look for Mercury. You'll notice a new node in the map's north that will take you to The Sundial. Choose that and proceed into the big sundial building. Speak with Osiris and he will direct you to the next stage. If you run out of dialogue options, simply click on objects in the room to interact with them.
To interact with him, you must posses the Ring of Whispers, and he may be called during the area's boss battle. If done correctly, he will tell you where to find the next piece of equipment needed to defeat the final boss.
He also provides a brief backstory on the Black Dragon that is responsible for killing his family. This information is useful in understanding why certain enemies attack you specifically. For example, if you face off against the scorpion again later in the game, it will know you bested it before so it will try to fight you differently this time around.
Also note that while you are conversing with the scorpion, you can still be attacked by other enemies. So stay alert at all times when talking to others.
To access Raven's Eye View in AC Valhalla, just hit V on your keyboard (PC) or up on the D-pad for Raven Mode on consoles (PS4/Xbox One). Your perspective will change higher, and you will soar over locations and villages like a raven. You can also use this view to examine objects not visible from ground level.
If you zoom out with Raven's Eye View activated, you will see all of Valhalla in front of you. You can now move around in first person by using the Left and Right Arrows on your Keyboard or Controller. Pressing Y will allow you to climb vertical surfaces such as walls or buildings. Pressing X will let you jump from one point to another.
When in Raven mode, you will also hear various comments from Raven about what you're seeing. These are called "Observations", and depending on how you interact with them, they will make him happy or sad. For example, if you approach someone who is unhappy, they will get angry and leave.
You can find these people in towns and cities across Valhalla, and some are easier to reach than others. For example, if you visit a town during its daily live stream, then you can watch as people interact with Raven through observations. You can also write notes about what you observe during these streams, which sometimes changes the direction that Raven takes when flying through Valhalla.
Isis cut Osiris from the tree after leaving the court and brought his body back to Egypt, where she concealed him from Set in the marshy region of the Nile Delta. She sent him off to gather herbs for a potion that would bring him back to life, leaving her sister Nephthys to guard the body. When Isis returned, she found only her sister guarding the body. Fearful that Set might find Osiris, they decided that someone should stay by the body at all times. They agreed that whoever died first would return to watch over the body.
After thousands of years, Osiris's body was discovered by archeologists in 1898 near Thebes. He has been preserved due to many mummifications being done on him over time. His body is now in Cairo where visitors can see it.
Set tried to kill Osiris multiple times before he finally succeeded. After killing him, Set hid Osiris's body in a place where he knew he'd be able to find it again. Over time, Osiris's body was lost but then discovered by archaeologists in 1898.
Osiris's body was kept at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo until 1929 when it was stolen. The museum received many complaints about the poor security at the time so officials made changes to improve security including adding more guards and moving some of the more valuable artifacts out of view. In 1996, another attack occurred when eight statues were stolen from the museum site.
The name "Osiris" is a Latinized variant of the Egyptian Usir, which means "powerful" or "mighty." He is the firstborn son of the gods Geb (earth) and Nut (fire). He was slaughtered by his younger brother Set shortly after the creation of the universe and resurrected by his sister-wife Isis. He became one of the most important deities in Egypt and was also adopted by the Greeks as their own god of death.
Osiris's father, Geb, had two other sons who were also killed by Set: Horus and Duau. Set then married Nut, who was already married to Tefnut, and they had a son named Shu. Geb then married Nut again, this time to Seth, who had no children. Thus, Osiris is the only child of Geb and Nut with another person marrying their parent. This makes him unique among the Egyptian gods.
He is usually shown wearing many jewels and adorned with various symbols that mean something good luck, such as snakes and crescents. However, not much is known about what type of personality he had since ancient times because all we know about him comes from myths written hundreds of years after his birth.
In some stories, he is said to be a great king who ruled over Egypt with justice and honor. Others say he was a cruel god who caused pain and suffering to those who angered him.