The Ark Fjordur map has brought on several challenges which make it even more fun, especially with the new and old bosses being included.
Just like with the other maps, to progress on Fjordur, you will need to defeat bosses but this time there is a twist.
There is a some kind of progression which requires you to defeat bosses in a certain order to be able to reach the final boss in Fjordur.
How Many Bosses Are in ARK Fjordur?
In total there are 7 bosses in Fjordur, which includes 3 new world bosses (considered mini-bosses) that came along with the map.
These are Beyla (a giant bee), Steinbjorn (A large frost bear) as well as Hati and Skoll (twin giant wolves) who need Runestones to fight.
The final boss in Fjordur is Fenrisulfr, which appears to be an extremely large Fenrir who only the strongest are capable of defeating.
To progress to the final boss, you will first need to go through the mini-bosses, and to fight them you first need to collect Runestones to summon portals to them.
Once you have defeated the mini-bosses, each one has a specific relic that is needed for one of the original Ark Bosses, so be sure to keep them.
The final boss in Fjordur requires the trophies from the Ark Bosses which means to beat every difficulty, you need to do some reruns.
Check Out Our Other Guides of Fjordur Expansion
- Andrewsarchus Guide
- Desmodus Guide
- Fjordhawk Guide
- How to Get Sanguine Elixir
- How to Get Runes in ARK Fjordur
- How to Travel to Other Realms in ARK Fjordur
- Mini Boss Locations
- Island Boss Locations
Final Boss Location in ARK Fjordur
Below are the location for summoning boss, including cave entrances as well as terminal coordinates.
All of the obelisks in Midgard allow you to start the Fenrisulfr boss fight as well as the ones located within the realms to which you can teleport.
The following are the location of the obelisks where you can summon Fenrisulfr on the main part of the map:
- Blue Obelisk – Skartstind Mountains (74.6, 07.4)
- Green Obelisk – Runheimr Forest (17.7, 80.7)
- Red Obelisk – Balheimr (79.3, 96.3)
While it may seem to take a lot more time to progress on Fjordur, it becomes very rewarding later on, especially when you get the Mjolnir Tek Sword skin.
The progression makes it fun and it becomes less difficult as you continue since you will already have strong tamed creatures by then and may have even bred them.
Without the early progression, you will not be able to face Fenrisulfr, which is why it is important to take things easy and proceed step by step.