This is a guide for the Legendary Animal The Blood Swine in Eurvicscire for Assassin's Creed Valhalla (AC Valhalla). Read on to find more about this dangerous beast.
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North of Snotingham, within a marshland near the banks of the river Dubras.
Fighting this boar is a challenge of patience. It likes to hide in the grass and find a spot where it can charge you from.
It is one of the more difficult hunts due to how disruptive it can be to your own attacks.
The boar likes to hide amongs the grass so that it can catch you off guard when it charges. You can tell where the boar is by looking out for a cloud of dust looming above the grass.
Alternatively, you can lock on to it as it enters the grass if you're lucky.
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