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Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Skadi’s Blade Guide: How To Get

Assassin's Creed Valhalla Skadi’s Blade

As you progress in the game and level up, you will unlock new weapons and skills. These weapons are different in shape, appearance and have different stats. One of the newer additions to the game is the Skadi’s Blade. This Assassin’s Creed Valhalla guide includes all the details on how you can acquire the Skadi’s Blade. 

How to get Skadi’s Blade in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

Skadi’s Blade is a Viking Ice Battleaxe. Its perk allows the user to do more damage if the user has full hp. The weapon has decent stats for high-level players. Players can acquire the blade by completing a new game mode and collecting their reward. Mastery Challenges are modes that allow end-game players to complete certain tasks. This then rewards them with medals and thus rewards. A new special event, “Joy of Killing,” is live, and the reward for completing this Ubisoft Challenge you will get the Skaadi’s Blade.

To complete the challenge, you will need to have one Gold Medal in any Mastery Challenge of your choice. There are a lot of challenges, some easier than others. One of them is Bear Trial in Wenlocan Outpost, which we recommend you complete. This is by far the easiest challenge to get a gold medal in. In this challenge, you will have to kill the wave of enemies. Kill all the enemies in a wave and leave only one so that another wave of enemy appears. Keep killing enemies, and your points will stack, and you will get your Gold Medal. 

After acquiring the medal, you will have to save and quit the game. Load back in and open the Ubisoft Connect menu in the options tab. Go over the challenges options and go to the “Joy of Killing” challenge and collect the reward. 

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