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Tribes of Midgard Fenrir Weakness: How to Beat Fenrir

Some Tribes of Midgard players are finding it a bit difficult to beat back Fenrir the world-eating wolf.
Some Tribes of Midgard players are finding it a bit difficult to beat back Fenrir the world-eating wolf. / Norsfell, Gearbox Software

Some Tribes of Midgard players are finding it a bit difficult to beat back Fenrir the world-eating wolf.

Loki's lupine son, Fenrir, is the final boss of Tribes of Midguard's current season: the Wolf Saga. Players can encounter him alone or in a group with others—either way, this big bad wolf is no joke. Fortunately, like any major boss, he does have a few well-known mechanics players can watch out for during the fight.

Here's how to beat Fenrir in Tribes of Midgard.

Tribes of Midgard Fenrir Weakness

Unfortunately, as the primary antagonist of the saga, Fenrir doesn't truly have a defined weakness. Other large enemies, such as Trolls, tend to be vulnerable to Dark Weapons. That won't work here, however. Midguardians will have to use their wits and best sets to stay alive.

Disappointing as this may seem, there are some strategies players can use to beat the wolf. We've outlined them below:

  • Don't walk into Fenrir's lair expecting a monologue or a cutscene. This wolf is a vicious predator who has just been let off-leash for the first time since he tore off Tyr's hand. The second you step foot into his territory, Fenrir will try to rip you apart. Prepare yourself from the jump.
  • Stay mobile at all times. Occasionally, the giant wolf's howling and stomping about will cause boulders to fall from the sky. This typically is contained to an immediate area and can be avoided if players escape its radius and keep moving.
  • You need to bring your best gear. There's just no way around it. By now, if you're standing nose to nose with Fenrir, you've likely amassed a decent hoard. Pick your best pieces and equip them. Then, craft as many healing potions as you can—adding a few more for good measure.

Good luck, Miguardians.