The Strond Nornir Chest Solution God of War Ragnarok

If you need the God of War Ragnarok The Strond Nornir chest solution, you’ve come to the right place. The first time you run into this chest, you won’t be able to open it. In fact, you’ll need a special tool in order to break the rune stones. In this guide, we’ll explain what this tool is and we’ll show you where all three runes are.

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the strond nornir chest solution god of war ragnarok
The Strond Nornir Chest Solution God of War Ragnarok

How to Open The Strond Nornir Chest in God of War Ragnarok

To open Nornir rune chest in The Strond in God of War Ragnarok, the solution is to break the three rune stones. However, you’ll notice that they look different, kinda like totems. If you try and hit them with your ax or any other weapon, the game will basically tell you to leave them alone. So, what are you supposed to do? The answer to that is – keep playing the game. Now, I’m going to try and keep this as spoiler-free as possible, so I can’t go into too many details. Suffice it to say that you’ll eventually get a spear as your tertiary weapon. Tat is the only thing that can break these totems. So, you’ll have to go back once you have the new weapon.

So, that’s the solution to the God of War Ragnarok Nornir rune chest in The Strond. Of course, you still have to figure out where all the three totems actually are. The one that’s closest to the chest is on the wall to the right. From there, keep turning right until you see the gnarled tree on the opposite side. You’ll see the totem nestled to the right of the tree. Lastly, head to the big door to the southwest. As soon as you step onto the “bridge,” look to your right. You’ll see the third totem on a ledge across the chasm. After you’ve broken all three, double back to the chest and collect your reward.

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