Dance on Alteration Altar to Get Howler Claws Location Fortnite

In our Dance on Alteration Altar to Get Howler Claws Location Fortnite guide, we are going to show you where to find the Alteration Altar and how to turn into the werewolf form. Doing this is a challenge that you have to complete, but it will be worth your while in more than one way. I mean, who doesn’t want to stalk around as a deadly werewolf with special powers, right?

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dance on alteration altar to get howler claws location fortnite
Dance on Alteration Altar to Get Howler Claws Location Fortnite

Where to Find Alteration Altar to Get Howler Claws in Fortnite

To find the Alteration Altar, aka the place you need to dance in order to get the Howler Claws in Fortnite, you need to go to the southern part of the map. More specifically, you have to get your butt down to the northern edge of Flutter Barn. If you open the map, you should see an icon in the shape of a hexagon with three circles on its edges. That’s where you want to go. Take a look at the screenshot below to see exactly where this place is. In the game itself, it looks like three connected hexagons with a smaller one in the middle. You need to step onto the smaller hexagon and then follow the prompts. Dance like you’ve never danced before and enjoy the visual spectacle.

where to find alteration altar to get howler claws in fortnite
Alteration Altar location (click or tap to zoom in)

So, there you have it, that’s where you find the Alteration Altar you need to dance on and get the Howler Claws in Fortnite. Aside from the fact that this is a challenge you need to complete, doing this also grants you some pretty cool powers. For one, the Howler Claws have the Slash Ability, which lets you perform a four-hit combo. There’s also the Air Slash Ability, which is basically a double jump that damages enemies on landing. On top of that, you have the Wolfscent Ability. When used, it gives you tracking vision which repeatedly marks all enemies in the radius. If no one is in the radius, it goes on automatic cooldown. It’s preceded with an ominous howl, and I consider that a really nice touch.

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