By collecting all nine flowers in God of War: Ragnarök, players can earn The Florist trophy, but players may want to complete the game beforehand.
God of War: Ragnarok is full of collectibles and secrets. One of these collectibles is a series of nine flowers found across the nine realms. Players can earn The Florist trophy by collecting all nine flowers, but players may wish to complete the game beforehand. Fast travel isn’t unlocked until players beat the game and get the Yggdrasil Seed. Once unlocked, players can access Mystic Gates and head straight for the flowers.
Considering how long God of War: Ragnarok is, it will take a while for players to get all nine flowers. A helpful reminder is that there is only one flower in each realm, with Niflheim being the exception. There is the Sparkthorn of Svartalfheim, the Mirkweed of Midgard, the Ironbell of Jötunheim, the Soulblossom of Helheim, the Dawnbloom of Alfheim, the Dreamshade and Frostfinger of Niflheim, the Starblush of Vanaheim, and the Ashpetal of Muspelheim.
The Nine Flower Locations in God of War: Ragnarök
Sparkthorn: found in Nidavellir. Players need the Draupnir Spear to knock down a wooden pillar near the tavern. The spear will help them cross a gap and reach a house where the flower rests.
Mirkweed: when players aren’t collecting Midgard’s Nornir Chests, they can stop by Freya’s house and grab the flower next to the tortoise statue.
Ironbell: journey south of the Mystic Gate at Angrboda’s Treehouse, and the flower will be at the end of the left path.
Soulblossom: after fighting Garm at Hel’s Perch for the second time, throw the Draupnir Spear at a stone pillar so Kratos can jump across a large gap. The flower is next to a corpse.
Dawnbloom: The flower is to the left of a grapple point in the western portion of the Forbidden Sands.
Frostfinger: close to the Mystic Gate of Mist Fields, there is a field of statues and swords. The flower is among them.
Ashpetal: located next to Brok’s Shop in the Crucible of Muspelheim. Players must find the two halves of GoW: Ragnarok‘s Muspelheim seed to unlock this area.
Starblush: south of the Mystic Gate in The Sinkholes. After completing Favor: Return of a River, follow the path along the water’s edge to the flower.
Dreamshade: once players have completed the game, a path will become available to the Aesir Prison Wreckage. Search the cells on the bottom floor for the flower.
Considering God of War: Ragnarok is a game about a large, muscular man fighting gods; interestingly, one of the trophies involves picking flowers. There’s a lot to do in the nine realms, and these collectibles can send players off the beaten path, giving them a chance to explore and show off the best armor in GoW: Ragnarok if they’ve found it. The nine flowers of the nine realms are an excellent challenge for God of War: Ragnarok players who adore collectibles and secrets.
Original Release Date:
Santa Monica Studio
God of War
PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
Sony Interactive Entertainment
Ragnarok has arrived in God of War Ragnarok, the sequel to the 2018 game of the year released on PlayStation 4. Three years have passed since Kratos and his son, Atreus completed their quest across the realms while facing off with a small handful of Norse gods. However, their actions come with consequences. The Allfather, Odin, is ready for vengeance, and his son, Thor, is leading the charge. Atreus, looking to find more answers to the questions of his lineage bestowed to him by his mother, embarks on another quest with his father to discover the truth while contending with the wrath of Odin’s realm. New friends and allies will help them on their journey, but some allies turned foes will seek to end them before Fimbulwinter comes to a close. God of War Ragnarok will conclude the Norse saga of God of War and launch on November 9 2022.
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