How To Find & Use Mystical Heirloom In God Of War: Ragnarok

The Mystical Heirloom is a relic in God of War: Ragnarok. Its primary use is to awaken and then defeat...

The Mystical Heirloom is a relic in God of War: Ragnarok. Its primary use is to awaken and then defeat different troll statues in the game for Slumbering Stones, which you can then use to craft the Steinbjorn armor set.

Besides awakening the trolls, the Mystical Heirloom has no other use in the game, combat or otherwise. It is essentially how you get the Steinbjorn set.

This guide will cover everything you need to know about how to get your hands on the Mystical Heirloom in God of War Ragnarok and how to find the troll statues.

How to get and use the Mystical Heirloom

There are a couple of requirements to meet in order to get the Mystical Heirloom. You first need to be doing the main Forging Destiny quest. Secondly, you need the Draupnir Spear to detonate the ice in which the relic is enclosed. Hence, you need to reach a specific point in the story before setting out to get the Mystical Heirloom.

Once you have the Draupnir Spear in your hands, make your way to Tyr’s Temple in Midgard. There is a weak spot in the southwest wall of the temple where you will see steam blowing out of an ice crag.

The exact location is marked on the map below.

Use the Draupnir Spear on the cracked spot and detonate it to create an entrance. Head inside and you will find the Mystical Heirloom on the ground.

Unfortunately, the game does not clearly explain how you can use the Mystical Heirloom. Its item description is fairly vague. You just need to take the Mystical Heirloom near a troll statue and then press the button prompt to activate the Heirloom. This will awake the troll for a mini-boss fight.

Where to find the troll statues in God of War: Ragnarok?

There are four troll statues to find but you will only need to travel to three locations. This is because the last location will contain two trolls at the same time.

Blodugr Steinn – Derelict Outpost, Midgard

The first troll statue is located near where you found the Mystical Heirloom. Make your way to the Derelict Outpost using the narrow path from Tyr’s Temple.

Here you will find an open area full of cranes. Blodugr will be standing guard on the right-hand side.

Bjarg Stormr – The Forbidden Sands, Alfehim

You need to first clear out the sandstorm by completing the Secret of the Sands favor. Then head out to the Forbidden Sands and make your way southwest to a small enclosed area.

The troll statue is located on top of the raised area in front of you. Climb to use the Mystical Heirloom and defeat Bjarg.

Golrab of the Ashes and Golrab of the Frost – Noatun’s Garden, Vanaheim

The last remaining troll statues need to be awakened and defeated together. Make your way to Freyr’s Camp in Vanaheim and then travel south to reach Noatun’s Garden.

You will find two troll statues standing guard on both sides of the door. However, before awakening them, make sure to clear out the area of all present enemies. This will ensure that you have room to move around once you are fighting the trolls and not have to worry about any other enemy.

You need to use your Leviathan Axe against Golrab of the Ashes and your Blades of Chaos against Golrab of the Frost. If you use the same element on a troll, Blades of Chaos on Golrab of the Ashes, for example, you will be stunned momentarily.

How to craft Steinbjorn armor in God of War Ragnarok

After defeating all of the four trolls, head to the Huldra Brothers’ workshop and give them all of the Slumber Stones. They will craft you the Steinbjorn armor set that grants high defense stats in God of War: Ragnarok. You will also get the Bloodthirst Retaliation perk which grants you health regeneration after you do damage following taking an enemy hit.

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