God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands is the first region in the Svartalfheim realm and contains nine collectible locations in the video game developed by Santa Monica Studio.
Below, you will find a list of all the available God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands collectibles:
- 2 Nornir Chests
- 1 Legendary Chest
- 1 Lore
- 2 Artefacts
- 1 Odin’s Raven
- 1 Hel Tear
- 1 Remnant Of Asgard
This walkthrough will take you chronologically through the God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands collectibles.
When you reach the Aurvangar Wetlands region for the first time during the story, you will not be able to obtain some collectibles. This guide is meant to be followed after you’ve finished the story.
So, throughout the following guide, we will explain where to find all 9 God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands collectibles.
Odin’s Raven: On Top Of A Rock
After you leave Aurvangar Wetlands Mystic Gateway, look up and to your left.
Throw your Leviathan Axe at the green raven standing on the rock.
If this is your first Odin’s Raven, it will unlock the Eyes of Odin Favour, where you must find and kill all 48 Odin’s Ravens across all realms.
Artefact 1 (Hreidmar’s Brassard – Things Left Behind Set): Next To A Corpse
Take the boat and sail until you reach a broken water wheel. Then, throw your Leviathan Axe into the geyser to freeze it.
Jump over the frozen geyser, and once on the other side, pull your axe back and freeze the second geyser.
Near the frozen geyser, press Circle to grapple up on the wooden planks behind it to reach the top of the rock.
Pick up the purple-glowing item on the ground near the corpse to obtain the first God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands Artefact. It is one of the 38 Artefacts available in the game.
Nornir Chest 1: Near The Geysers
After picking up the last artifact, look to the left for a wooden platform. Below, you’ll see the first God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands Nornir Chest.
To open the Aurvangar Wetlands Nornir Chest, you’ll have to destroy the three stone seals, each containing a glowing blue glyph identical to the ones on the Nornir Chest. Throw your Leviathan Axe to destroy them.
The first stone seal is behind a tree on the top of the rock where you found the previous artifact.
The second one is to the right of the chest, and the third stone seal is behind the Nornir Chest on a small island. Also, check the image below for the exact locations.
Once you destroy all three stone seals, you can open the God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands Nornir Chest and receive the Idunn Apple.
Hel Tear: At The End Of A Zipline
From the previous Nornir Chest, jump over the water, climb the wooden scaffolding near the geysers, and then go down the zipline.
Interact with the large green portal in the area by pressing Square, then defeat the waves of enemies.
Hel Tears become available once you complete the Reunion Story Mission, so if this is your first visit, you’ll have to return when you start the Hel To Pay Side Quest.
Remnants Of Asgard: In A Hidden Area
Now, go back to the boat and sail north along the left cliffs until you reach the place marked in the location image below.
There is an entrance on the left side of the river where you can sail through by pressing Circle, leading to a hidden area.
When you dock your boat at the shore, you will be attacked by waves of enemies. Defeat all the enemies to clear the Aurvangar Wetlands Remnants of Asgard in God of War Ragnarok.
After defeating them, a prompt will appear on the screen indicating that the collectible activity is finished.
Remember that The Last Remnants Of Asgard Favor becomes available only after completing the main story.
Nornir Chest 2: Near The Remnant Of Asgard
The second God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands Nornir Chest, can be found in the same place as the Remnants of Asgard.
To open it, you’ll have to spin the three seal posts in the area until they display the same glyph as the chest seal.
The first seal post is hidden behind the geyser to the right of the Nornir Chest. Keep hitting the post until the “P” glyph on the chest no longer glows blue.
The second seal post can be found behind the chest by following the path on the right. Keep hitting the seal post until you see the “B” glyph.
For the third one, go to the left of the Nornir Chest and use your Blades of Chaos to grapple up on the wooden planks, then hit the seal post until you see the “N” glyph on it.
Open the second Aurvangar Wetlands Nornir Chest to obtain the Horn of Blood Mead and check our complete God of War Ragnarok Nornir Chests locations guide if you want to find more.
Legendary Chest (Deadly Obsidian Handles Blade Attachment): Next To A Tent
From the Nornir Chest, go to the left of it and grapple up where you found the third seal post.
Then, turn left to find the God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands Legendary Chest on the cliffs above the river, near a small tent.
This is the first Legendary Chest in the game and contains the Deadly Obsidian Handles Blade Attachment. Refer to our Legendary Chests locations guide to find all 53.
Lore Marker (Unsafe Roads): Near A Wooden Table
From the previous God of War Ragnarok Legendary Chest, turn around and reach the end of the path by going along the left side.
At the end of the path, drop down to find a stone tablet engraved with glowing blue text containing the Aurvangar Wetlands Lore.
Interact with the stone tablet to receive the God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands Lore collectible. Refer to our God of War Ragnarok Lore collectibles locations guide if you want to find more, and make sure you kill the Aurvangar Wetlands Ormr Loot Lizard we covered here.
Artifact 2 (The Sunrise of Nothingness – Kvasir’s Poems Set): On A Woden Table
The last Aurvangar Wetlands Artifact can be found on a small table near the second chain that lowers the gate to the Nidavellir region, where you have to freeze a geyser to lift up the improvised elevator.
This artifact is hard to miss because you encounter the glowing purple object on your story path.
Congratulations on collecting all nine collectibles in the God of War Ragnarok Aurvangar Wetlands region. Feel free to check our God Of War Ragnarok Wiki Hub for more guides.
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