Fierce warriors known as the Lost Drengrs are dotted around the open world of Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. In this guide, we will help you find the locations of all the Lost Drengrs in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla and provide tips on how you can win each duel against them.
Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Lost Drengr locations
According to the AC Valhalla lore, Drengrs are the loyal and greatest soldiers of King Ragnar Lothbrok. These soldiers dispersed after their king was killed in the Pit of Snakes by King Ella of Northumbria.
The reason these men want to fight you is to die an honorable death in battle, to enter Valhalla once and for all.
To engage any of the Lost Drengrs, you need to find them and then just talk to them to start the duel.
Even though they wish to embrace death, Lost Drengrs will not go easy on you.
The following are the locations of the Lost Drengrs in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla.
Erik Loyalskull is in Norway. Erik Loyalskull can be found in a cave north of Fornbury, in the region of Rygjafylke.
The cave itself is towards the eastern side, near the corner of the map. Erik can be found at the end of the said cave.
Erik has the suggested power of 1 but will still prove to be a huge challenge, so it is recommended that you save before facing him.
Erik is fast, so make sure to stay locked on to him to avoid losing him. Erik can easily use ranged attacks if you are not careful enough.
He also switches between weapons and that is when you should know that his attack is going to be unblockable, make sure you dodge it.
Your main strategy will be to deplete his stun bar by parrying his attacks and shooting your arrow at his weak spots that are only exposed when he is about to switch weapons.
Thor The Fish Monger
Fish Monger Thor is in East Anglia, just North East of Northwic. Fish Monger Thor is just along the northern bank of the river after it divides. Fish Monger Thor has a suggested power of 55.
His weak spots are his two hands which you must focus on first as it will bring his stun bar down to 1/3rd.
Finally hit the knee to deplete the bar completely. Alternatively you can also aim at his head if you want to bring him down from afar
Thor will be relentless for most of the fight. However, at times, he will just stand still and throw javelins at you.
These deal a lot of damage, but also leave him open for attacks.
As an added bonus, you can use the mushrooms around the water edges to fill your adrenaline and use it to squeeze the maximum damage that you can.
This Lost Drengr is present at the northern edge of the map in the region of Eurvicscire.
He can be easily located as he is near one of the fast travel points, just above where Northumbria is written on the map. He has a suggested power of 190.
He uses a single axe and is comparatively slow, but his attacks can’t be blocked, so make sure you dodge his axe when he spins it around. You should also focus on his weak points, which are left shoulder, right elbow and knee.
The second attack that you can use against him is where he jumps and slams his axe down on you. Make sure you dodge it at the last second as then you can stun him really well.
Also, you shouldn’t let him way towards the bridge as that is when he is trying to heal himself and you surely don’t want that.
You can even pin him to the statue at the corner and deal repeated damage using quick attacks but beware as he can break through using his orange coloured slash attacks.
Nokkfylla is a little worse regarding his wealth and has lost his marbles.
Gotafrid Fairrobes is present in Eurvicscire, northeast of Doncaestre.
He can be found on the northern bank of the river and has a suggested power level of 190.
He uses a bunch of weapons but your main concern should be the spears. Nevertheless, bring his stun bar down by targeting his weak spots first, left shoulder and right arm and knee area.
Gotafrid Fairrobes switches between duel blades and duel shields, making for an interesting fight. He has both defensive and aggressive attacking patterns.
His head seems to take the most damage, so make sure you shoot some arrows at his head. This will be more convenient If you use Force of the Nornir ability.
This difficult named Lost Drengr is found on Snotinghamscire, just northeast of the fast travel point. He has a suggested power of 280.
Skegjold Frenzy-Seeker is the only Lost Drengr who poses an average challenge.
The fight has no special moments and can be beaten like a hardened regular enemy.
In the start, she will throw a dagger at you and then jump in the air to perform a red rune attack on you. You must block the dagger and dodge the red rune attack, slowing down time, so you can stun her.
Her weak points must be damaged too, so make sure you hit her right shoulder and never forget the left limbs. Parrying her attacks isn’t recommended as she rarely makes such attacks anyway.
Orwig Neverdeath can be found in Hordaflyke, Norway Region. When you are in the area, you will be able to see his icon on the map. It will be like two axes and a helmet above them.
Orwig actively guards himself using two shields, so he’s fairly a defensive opponent and is not easily penetrable. When you reach the area, you will find him sitting in his chair,
He has a whopping power level of 370, which is by far the highest, so he is surely going to be a worthy opponent.
Since he uses two shields, you can really attack him. All you need to do is to dodge his attacks when the time is right.
As soon as you dodge him, time will slow down and you will have the edge here to deal damage to him, more particularly to his forearms and the left knee, as these are his weak spots.
Make sure you do stun attacks to these weak points so that his stun bar can do down, which will allow you to land a heavy attack on him too.
The recommended approach is to dodge and attack in the slowed times. You can also parry his moves, which will give you a greater window to attack him, but that’s only recommended if you are at level 350 or higher.
Upon defeating him, you will be rewarded with Fire Execution Weapon Rune.