There’s a whole new range of armour sets in the Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wrath of the Druids DLC, found in whole new places with a whole new range of abilities attached. We’ll show you where to find all the new armour sets, including the locations of each individual piece.
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All New Armour Sets and Locations in Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Wrath of the Druids DLC
As far as we could tell, there are seven new armour sets added to Assassin’s Creed Valhalla in the Wrath of the Druids DLC, each one obtainable in different ways and in different locations. The full list is as mentioned below, as are the ways of obtaining the armour. However, we’ve yet to unlock every piece of armour as of writing, but we’ll add to this page as more info is revealed.
Full Armour List
- Celtic Armour
- Druidic Armour
- Iberian Armour
- Egyptian Armour
- Rus’ Armour
- Byzantine Greek Armour
- Dublin Champion Armour
The Celtic armour focuses on melee damage, decreasing the amount you take while giving you a melee damage buff when you are hit. It’s a perfect set for tanks, basically.
- Cloak - In the city of Inch Lough Leagh in central Ulster.
- Helmet - In the Ringfort at Aileach city, East of the Dysert Trading Post.
- Armour - In the town of Rathcroghan, in central Connacht.
- Bracers - In Inchroe, the bandit camp in the bog of central Meath.
- Breeches - In Cashelore castle, which’ll be unlocked in Chapter 2 of the campaign.
The Druidic armour boosts the effectiveness of poison and melee attacks, while also granting the player health when you inflict damage on the same enemy several times.
- Cloak - In the Doon Fort, an island on the coast West of the Dysert Trading Post.
- Helmet - In Movilla Abbey, a raiding point on the East Ulster coastline.
- Armour - In the Boyne Tombs, a druid-controlled area West of Rathdown Trading Post.
- Bracers - In Donegal, another raiding town on the North bank of the Erne river between Ulster and Connacht.
- Breeches - In Kesh Corann, a druid-run mine in the forest South of Port Auley Trading Post.
The following armour sets are all obtained by trading with Azar in Dublin, rather than having to go out and find them. More sets and pieces will unlock as Dublin’s trading level increases, until eventually you can obtain all of them.
Increases attack after dodging, as well as boosting damage and evasion. The first armour set you can obtain via trading with Azar.
Increases attack during daylight hours, as well as increasing fire damage and melee power. The second armour set you can obtain via trading with Azar.
Boosts attack when surrounded by three or more enemies. The third armour set you can obtain via trading with Azar.
Byzantine Greek Armour
Critical hits inflicted on enemies also give Eivor an armour boost, while also increasing health and melee damage. The third armour set you can obtain via trading with Azar.
Dublin Champion Armour
Massively boosts ranged damage and stealth damage, a perfect assassination set. This armour is found partly by levelling up Dublin, as we obtained the Bracers, Cloak and Helmet this way. The other two pieces are found as part of a special quest which you can find out about here.
Going through trade routes is clearly vital here, so if you want to know how to get better at the trading, we’ve got a guide on that here. Or check out our guide on how to find all the raiding locations in Ireland just over here.