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God of War Ragnarok guide: How to complete Defend Your Valor Favor

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God of War Ragnarok is packed full of intriguing stories and challenging combat encounters in both the main story quests as well as all the side content the game offers.

Much like its predecessor, God of War (2018), God of War Ragnarok follows a non-linear progression system, featuring a host of side quests called Favors and optional activities that players can complete at their own leisure.Although God of War Ragnarok is not an open-world experience in the traditional sense, it still boasts a world that begs to be explored, filled with side quests that unlock organically and reward players with interesting gear and resources as well as narrative tidbits.While most side quests in God of War Ragnarok unlock as players explore different realms and progress through the narrative of the game, some questlines are locked behind the completion of the main storyline.

One such end-game questline is 'Defend Your Valor,' which sees Kratos going up against Odin's new Valkyrie Queen, Gna.Note: This article contains spoilers for God of War Ragnarok.The Defend Your Valor quest is only unlocked after players have completed the main storyline of God of War Ragnarok, i.e., fought both Thor and Odin, and completed the game's epilogue, which is indicated by the initiation of the 'Beyond Ragnarok' questline.The objectives of the Defend Your Valor questline are:This Favor's requirements are:Finally, the rewards that players obtain after completing this quest are:Once players complete the main story, they will need to travel to Muspelheim in order to start this questline.

The quest will not begin until players approach Gna's arena, which is to the east of the central area of the Crucible. You will need to engage in some platforming to reach

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