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Marvel’s Avengers – Darkhold & Ring Of Nibelung Guide

Marvel's Avengers - Darkhold & Ring Of Nibelung Guide
It takes a lot of work to get these rare artifacts, but are they worth it? This Marvel’s Avengers – Darkhold & Ring Of Nibelung Guide lists the abilities of both the Darkhold and Ring of Nibelung artifacts, rewards for completing the most challenging content in Marvel’s Avengers multiplayer.

Marvel’s Avengers multiplayer component is supported by structured missions under the Objectives tab. These missions provide some direction in regards to content that is available whilst also providing additional rewards for completing chains of missions. The pinnacle of these chains, available right near the end of all multiplayer content, are the Ring of Nibelung and Darkhold artifact rewards.

Ring Of Nibelung

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Out of the two, the Ring of Nibelung is my personal favorite. The Bountiful and Surplus benefits are nice but with such small percentages, it’s not something you’ll see often, and not something you can rely on. However, the Cornucopia perk is great.

It is easily strong enough to save you from death or even from a wipe if your allies are down. Regen Packs restore your Willpower, Heroic Orbs power up all your special abilities, and Intrinsic Orbs provides the resource used for character specific abilities – like blocking with Captain America. It’s a very valuable artifact and one sure to help in the Heroic Elite Hives.


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Darkhold is arguably the stronger artifact as it doesn’t rely on anything random to be useful. All three of its abilities can be incredibly useful, albeit somewhat situational. The difficulty with Darkhold is trying to gauge exactly how much Willpower you have to gauge whether Eldritch Invocation or Precept of Entropy will be used.

Ultimately, both artifacts are great and easily among the strongest in the game. While it may take some grind to get there, it’s worth unlocking both if you’re looking to play Marvel’s Avengers in the long haul.

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