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Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide

Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide
Athenas is the next area in the game with more Challenges. This Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide covers all aspects of the Crew Challenges on Athenas including the Crimson Radio, Dead Claptraps, Typhon Logs, and more.

Each zone in Borderlands 3 has a host of Crew Challenges that you can access on the map screen of each area. There are usually 5-6 different Crew Challenges available in each area, including Typhon Logs that lead to Typhon Dead Drops with awesome rewards. Well, sometimes. It’s Borderlands, right?

Borderlands 3 Athenas Crew Challenges Guide

Athenas Crimson Radio
Athenas Dead Claptrap
Athenas Typhon Dead Drop
Athenas Typhon Logs

That wraps up all of the Challenges on Athenas. Once you’re done here be sure to check out our Skywell-27 Challenges guide.

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