The God of War Ragnarok Lunda armor is definitely one of the best mid-game armor sets and worth getting by digging up lost pieces and crafting them in a shop with Lunda. It’s a solid armor set revolving around the Poison status effect that lowers an enemy’s Power Level and makes them a little softer. You’ll need to be in Vanaheim to get this armor set, but there’s quite a few things you need to do before Lunda gives you the associated Workforce to retrieve the lost armor pieces. This is where you need to look to recover Lunda’s lost armor to craft Lunda armor in God of War Ragnarok.
There are some mild mid-game story spoilers ahead
Where can I find Lunda’s Lost Armor in God of War Ragnarok?
Lunda’s Lost Armor is a great set, but you can learn about better armor sets in this God of War Ragnarok best armor guide.
Before you can go looking for the Lunda armor set in Vanaheim, you must have received the Crafting from it. After defeating Nidhogg and returning to Freya’s Camp with Freya as part of the God of War Ragnarok storyline, you’ll be able to talk to Brok to upgrade Freya’s bow. After that, you can chat with Lunda, who will give you two quests to complete in the River Delta region of Vanaheim: Mysterious Orb Goodness and Lunda’s Lost Armor Crafting.
You can now go out and explore the delta to search for the three pieces of armor (Lunda’s Lost Armor, Wristbands, and Belt) and bring them back to him to get a complete set of Lunda’s Lost Armor suitable for Kratos. Note that you don’t need to bring back all three pieces of armor at once to craft any of them. For example, if you just bring boosts to Lunda, you can craft Lunda’s Lost Wristbands right away and get the other two armor pieces later. To get Lunda’s armor, dig these three spots in the Vanaheim River Delta:
- Lunda’s Broken Bracelets: Head to the east side of Noatun’s Garden and you’ll find a door that must be opened using Kratos’ magic chisel. Opening the door will reveal a chest containing the supports for this armor set. This door is also between two Troll statues that you can awaken using the God of War Ragnarok Mystical Heirloom to become part of the Steinbjorn armor set.
- Lunda’s Broken Belt: Go to the Cliffside Ruins and climb the east wall. The path takes you to a long doorway with a hole in the left wall. Inside this hole in the wall you will find a chest containing Lunda’s Broken Arch, but be careful as this hole is also full of exploding poisonous plants.
- Lundas’ Broken Armor: After catching the broken arch, you must make sure to knock down the magic stone wall that blocks the river path. If it’s on, you can sail to Goddess Falls and then the Veiled Passage – make sure you don’t miss any of the Ragnarok God of War Ragnarok in these areas. When you arrive on the main island, there is a chest sitting in a hole in a broken wall. Open it to get the last piece of broken armor.
Now take these three pieces of armor to any blacksmith shop and you’ll be able to craft and complete Lunda’s Lost Armor set for free. A good set with medium Power, Defense and Luck stats and solid perks to make Kratos a suitable boxer. Chest armor causes bare-handed attacks, parries, and blocking to deal bonus damage and have a high Chance to Poison enemies, and wrist and waist armor increase the damage of melee attacks by up to 40% against poisoned enemies. So you punch them, weaken them, and then punch them again, even harder.
All armor pieces start at Level 5, making the set ideal for the mid-game segments, but if you’re committed to upgrading the set, it can definitely get you to the end. You’ll need certain resources from The Crucible in Muspelheim to fully level up to level 9, so make sure you know where to find God of War Ragnarok Muspelheim Seeds.