Tribes of Midgard Golden Egg Guide: Everything You Need To Know

Tribes of Midgard Golden Egg

Tribes of Midgard is an action role-playing game where you defend the Seed of Yggdrasil. As you explore the vast world, you will acquire new armor, weapons, tools, and runes. Runes are basically passive abilities that you gain when you equip them. One Rune is the Golden Egg which players are trying to find but are having problems with. This Tribes of Midgard guide will include details on all you need to know about Golden Egg. 

All you need to know about Golden Egg in Tribes of Midgard

So far, the only thing that is clear about the Rune Golden Egg is that you can sell it. Once you acquire the rune, you can sell it for 200 souls. Souls are a currency in the game that you need for upgrading weapons, armor, other upgrades, and village alterations. There are two methods to acquire the Golden Egg that you need. The first option is simple, and you have to defeat enemies randomly. It is a rune that enemies can drop, so you will have to kill any enemy you see and hope that one of them drops it.

The second option is related to Golden Horns. You can acquire Golden Horns by killing Giants or Raid Bosses. Once you acquire a few Golden Horns, you can exchange them in the village’s Golden Altar to get Golden Eggs. For now, there are only two ways to obtain the Golden Egg. If the game adds more, then you will be sure to find them here.

This is what you need to know about Golden Egg in Tribes of Midgard. To learn more about the game you can check out our guide on how you can use Bifrost. You can also check out our guide on how you can get cut stones.

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