How to Get Steinbjorn Armor God of War Ragnarok

Knowing how to get the Steinbjorn Armor in God of War Ragnarok is very advantageous for several reasons. For one, doing so completes one of the side tasks the game gives you. More importantly, it’s pretty much the strongest armor in the game, especially for the late game and when fully upgraded. With all of that said, here’s everything you need to do in order to craft the GoW Ragnarok Steinbjorn Armor.

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how to get steinbjorn armor god of war ragnarok
How to Get Steinbjorn Armor God of War Ragnarok

How to Get Steinbjorn Armor in God of War Ragnarok

In order to get the Steinbjorn Armor in God of War Ragnarok, you’re gonna have to gather the right resources. Then, you take them down to the blacksmith’s shop, and they make it for you. Now, the “only” thing you’ll need to craft all three armor pieces is a total of four Slumber Stones. Okay, where do you get those? Well, from the four sleeping trolls scattered around the game. One, called Blodugr Steinn, is in Midgard, one (Bjarg Stormr) is in Alfheim, and two (Golrab of the Ashes & Golrab of the Frost) are in Vanaheim. The final pair you’ll have to fight simultaneously. We show you where they all are in our Troll Locations God of War Ragnarok guide.

You’ll need one more item to get the God of War Ragnarok Steinbjorn Armor. Before you go troll-hunting, you have to pick up the Mystical Heirloom. You find that in the Lake of Nine, in Midgard. It’s in a little ice alcove near the Temple of Tyr. If you need help finding it, check out our God of War Ragnarok Mystical Heirloom guide for precise instructions. When you pick the item up, Mimir is going to mention something about a sleeping curse. Well, if you go to one of the trolls and activate the Mystical Heirloom (just like any Relic), it will awaken and the battle will begin. Once you kill all four trolls pick up the Slumber Stones, go straight for the blacksmith and craft the Steinbjorn Armor.

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