How to get more silica in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarok

After your introduction to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarok, you’ll acquire a new item called the Hugr-Rip. This is a bracelet worn by Havi that allows him to absorb the essence and powers of his enemies. It can be upgraded to provide stronger and more powerful abilities, but you will need Silica. This guide explains how to get more Silica so you can level up your Hugr-Rip to your heart’s content.

Where can you find more silica?

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You will pick up some Silica from the main quests in Dawn of Ragnarok. However, the bulk of it is kept in Mylna near Svartalfheim. These are locations marked on the map with red axes, the same as the ones you can raid in the England version of the base game. You’ll need to raid these locations and loot the silica they contain in order to complete them and earn more silica that you can use to level up the Hugr-Rip.

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Smaller Mylna contain two or three Silica pieces for you to collect, while the larger ones contain many more. As such, it’s best to first work your way through the smaller Mylna, set in a lower power level region like Svaladal, before taking the fight to the larger ones with higher power level requirements. Most of these Mylna will allow you to launch a raid from the river, although some can only be attacked from land.

Attacking this Mylna is almost the same as raiding in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla. However, Dawn of Ragnarok adds special enemy types to change things up. For example, some strongholds have Flame Wardens, enemies that will revive dead soldiers to make your life that much harder until you kill them. You can also heal soldiers while fighting them, forcing you to move away for a while and focus on a different group of enemies. How to get more silica in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarok

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