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How To Use Blue Circular Shrines In God Of War Ragnarok

As you explore the game you discover these strange shrines with a blue, metal design on the front. This guide on How To Use Blue Circular Shrines In God Of War Ragnarok will answer all of your questions on what you need to do to be able to use these strange devices.

You can discover these shrines very early on in the game. They are what looks to be a stone or wooden structure, with a disc-like decoration on the front. They are usually quite overgrown and sometimes have a swarm of fireflies hovering nearby. In order to interact with these strange shrines you need to progress through the story.

How To Use Blue Circular Shrines In God Of War Ragnarok

About 10-15 hours into the game you will help Freya on a mission, called “The Reckoning”. At the end of this mission, when you are leaving Vanaheim, Freya and Kratos will encounter one of these shrines. Freya will then explain that Kratos needs to add a Sigil to a piece of his equipment to be able to use these shrines, shrines that unlock new areas to explore.

Once you have completed that part of the story, you will be able to use those shrines whenever you discover them moving forward.

Horns of Blood Mead are used to increase your rage meter in God Of War Ragnarok. Check out this God Of War Ragnarok Horn Of Blood Mead Location Guide to find them all as you are going along. This way you can stay in rage mode longer and deal more damage.
Upgrading your Amulet allows you to store more powerful Enchantments and sets. This guide on How To Upgrade The Amulet In God Of War Ragnarok explains how you can repair the broken slots of the Amulet so you're able to equip more Enchantments that you can find whilst you're exploring the game.
One of the first treasure maps you get in GoW Ragnarok is the Vultures Gold Map. Check out this God Of War Ragnarok Vultures Gold Treasure Map Guide to figure out where the treasure is. This way you can get the reward and move on with the area.
Getting new Runic Attacks in GoW Ragnarok will let you pummel enemies even harder. Check out this God Of War Ragnarok Runic Attack Location Guide to find them all as you go along. This way you can try out new combos and skills.

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