God Of War Ragnarok The Lost Lindwyrms Favour Guide

Written by Vlad Susanu
November 15, 2022

God Of War Ragnarok Lost Lindwyrms counts as one of the 47 Favors you’ll need to complete if you try to achieve 100% completion across the Nine Realms in the video game developed by Santa Monica Studio for PlayStation 4 and PS5.

God Of War Ragnarok The Lost Lindwyrms requires you to find and return to Ratatoskr 6 Lindwyrms, which also count towards reaching 100% completion in the areas where they are found.

Luckily, The Lost Lindwyrms is easier to complete than the Fit For A King Favour covered in this guide, for example, but you need to know how to catch the said creatures and where to find them.

God Of War Ragnarok The Lost Lindwyrms Favor becomes available after you finish The Word of Fate Main Quest, and it is best approached the moment you start the next Main Quest named Forging Destiny.

That’s because one of the Lindwyrms is in The Forge area; you’ll get to explore with Freya on your way to get the Draupnir Spear.

So, when you leave Sindri’s House, make sure you talk to Ratatoskr, the squirrel living in the Tree of Yggdrasil.

You should be able to spot him when you exit Sindir’s house, on the right side, on the tree’s branches.

If you can’t find him, you’ll have to ring the chime (marked below) by throwing Kratos’ Leviathan Axe.

God Of War Ragnarok The Lost Lindwyrms Guide

When Ratatoskr arrives, talk to him by pressing the triangle button, and he’ll tell you that since you killed Nidhogg, it is his duty to take care of her offspring. Or the Lindwyrms, if you want.

But the Lindwyrms are scattered around the Nine Realms, and you’ll have to catch them.

Lucky for you, Ratatoskr has a trap he designed for catching the Lindwyrms, so after you start The Lost Lindwyrms Favour, the next step is to get the Trap he drops in front of you.

God Of War Ragnarok The Lost Lindwyrms Walkthrough

Now that you got the Trap let’s see where to find the God Of War Ragnarok Lindwyrms

God Of War Ragnarok The Lost Lindwyrms Locations

The Lost Lindwyrms in God of War Ragnarok are inside Yggdrasil Rifts, found exclusively in Svartalfheim and Vanaheim Realms.

Since there is a total of 15 Yggdrasil Rifts and only 6 Lindwyrms, it goes without saying that not all Rifts contain Lindwyrms. This means that you need to know where to look for them.

Assuming you followed the recommendation above, you can find the first one at the end of the Forging Destiny Main Quest or the 10th Story Quest.

After you get the Draupnir Spear, you’ll start a small training with Brok. The Lost Lindwirm is at the top of The Forge area, where you need to find the perfect angle to throw the spear and demolish a large block of stone.

God Of War Ragnarok The Lost Lindwyrms Locations

You can also return to this area after you finish the story since nothing is missable in God of War Ragnarok.

To catch the Lost Lindwyrms, you must get close to the Yggdrasil Rift and interact with it, then quickly mash the button that appears on your screen.

Besides closing the Yggdrasil Rift and claiming the associated XP rewards, you’ll also get a bunch of crafting materials and progress the quest.

As said, the Lost Lindwyrms Yggdrasil Rifts count towards your progression for the areas where they are found; therefore, the table below reveals these specific areas.

Refer to each of the following guides for in-depth instructions that will help you get to the Yggdrasil Rifts, where the hidden Lost Lindwyrms are found and other collectibles you must retrieve.

No.Lost Lindwyrm LocationRealm
1.The ForgeSvartalfheim
2.Alberich HollowSvartalfheim
3Alberich IslandSvartalfheim
4.The ApplecoreSvartalfheim
5 & 6.The PlainsVanaheim

After you find all God of War Ragnarok Lost Lindwyrms at the locations listed above, go back to Sindri’s House and talk to him to complete the Favor.

Last but not least, refer to our GoW Ragnarok Wiki Hub if you want to find all collectibles in the game and finish all Favours.

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Vlad Susanu

Founder and Senior Content Producer at GameClubz, Vlad is the former CEO of VGFAQ.com & Primewikis.com. He's been playing video games since 1994 and likes keeping up with the latest releases, increasing his collection of PlayStation trophies daily. When not playing games, he spends time fishing and enjoying a cold beer with his friends and staff members.

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