Bear of the Blue Waters Legendary Animal Guide | Assassin's Creed Valhalla


This is a guide for the Legendary Animal Bear of the Blue Waters in Hordafylke for Assassin's Creed Valhalla (AC Valhalla). Read on to find more about this dangerous beast.

Bear of the Blue Waters Location

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Power Level

The bear can be found on a solitary island in central Hordafylke. It's the island with patches of water in the middle and shiprecks nearby.

Tips & Tricks

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One of the easier beasts regardless of its power level. The bear's attacks are very slow but deal massive damage. To succeed, you must take advantage of your speed.

There is nothing particularly special about this fight — it is simply combat against a scaled up bear.

Bring Your Longship

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Bring your Longship and park it beside the bear's tiny island. The fight area is right beside open seas so your crew's arrows can help as you battle the beast.

Stick to its Sides or Back

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The bear, though strong, is quite slow. Stick to its sides and back to avoid its massive paws when it swings at you.

Use the Fire Strike

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Make use of the Fire Strike ability to deal fire damage over time throughout the fight.

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