Lunda’s armor locations and crafting in God of War Ragnarok

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The God of War Ragnarok Lunda armor set that is spread across three locations in Vanaheim, and finding all three lost pieces allows you to craft the full set relatively easily back with Lunda herself. It's a good set too, one of the best mid-game armors you can find, afflicting enemies with poison and granting various perks and buffs to Kratos when he wears it. In fact, it's good enough that if you're careful about upgrading it, it can work out of the mid-game and into the final chapters! With that in mind, here are the locations of Lunda’s lost armor and exactly how you can craft the Lunda armor set in God of War Ragnarok.

Lunda’s Lost Armor locations in God of War Ragnarok

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Before you go off looking for the Lunda armor set in Vanaheim, you need to have received the Labor from her. After you’ve defeated Nidhogg and head back to Freyr’s Camp with Freya as part of the God of War Ragnarok story, you’ll be able to speak to Brok to get Freya’s bow upgraded. After this you can chat with Lunda, who will give you two tasks to complete around the River Delta region of Vanaheim – The Mysterious Orb Favor and the Lunda’s Lost Armor Labor.

Now you can go out and explore the delta in search of three armor pieces – Lunda’s Lost Cuirass, Bracers, and Belt – and bring them back to her to get a full Lunda’s Lost Armor set fitted for Kratos. Do note that you don’t have bring back all three armor pieces at once to craft any of them. For example, if you bring Lunda just the bracers, you can craft Lunda’s Lost Bracers straight away and can get the other two armor pieces later. Dig around these three spots in the Vanaheim River Delta to get Lunda’s armor:

God of War Ragnarok Lunda's Lost Armor piece in Noatun's garden

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  • Lunda’s Broken Bracers: Go to the east side of Noatun’s Garden and you’ll find a door that must be unsealed using Kratos’ magic chisel. Opening the door will reveal a chest that contains the bracers for this armor set. This door also happens to be between two Troll statues that you can awaken using the God of War Ragnarok Mystical Heirloom to get part of the Steinbjorn armor set.

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  • Lunda’s Broken Belt: Head to the Cliffside Ruins and climb up the east wall. The path leads you to a tall doorway which has a hole in the left wall. You’ll find a chest inside this hole in the wall that contains Lunda’s Broken Belt but be careful as this hole is also full of exploding poisonous plants.

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  • Lundas’ Broken Cuirass: After nabbing the broken belt, you need to make sure you’ve brought down the magic rock wall that blocks the river path. If it’s clear you can sail around to Goddess Falls and then to the Veiled Passage – make sure you don’t miss either of the God of War Ragnarok Ravens in these areas. When you get to the main island, there’s a chest sitting in a hole in a broken wall. Open it to get the final broken armor piece.

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Now take these three armor pieces to any blacksmith's shop and you’ll be able to craft the Lunda’s Lost Armor set for free and complete the Labor. It’s a good set that has moderate Strength, Defense, and Luck stats and solid perks to make Kratos a proper pugilist. The chest armor causes bare-handed attacks, parrying, and blocking to have a high Luck chance to deal bonus damage and Poison enemies, and the wrist and waist armor increase the damage of melee attacks against poisoned enemies by up to 40%. So you punch them, weaken them, then punch them again even harder.

All the armor pieces start at Level 5, making the set ideal for the middle portions of the game, but if you commit to upgrading the set, it can definitely take you to the end too. This armor will also be useful for any mid-level bosses you come across, such as God of War Ragnarok The Hateful found in Draugr Holes.

Although to fully upgrade it Level 9, you’ll need certain resources from The Crucible in Muspelheim, so make sure you know how to where to find the God of War Ragnarok Muspelheim Seeds. Once you've made it to the Crucible, take part in the God of War Ragnarok Muspelheim challenges and combat trials to earn the upgrade materials you need to upgrade not just Lunda's armor, but other powerful armor sets too!

Will Sawyer
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