There are five Jotuns in Tribes of Midgard. Each has its own set of weaknesses, attack patterns, and types of resources they drop when killed. Here you will find what all of the above are and more. 

How to beat all Jotuns in Tribes of Midgard

Jotuns, excluding the season boss, will spawn like clockwork and will all make their way towards your village from certain points on the map. 

It will take time for these Jotuns to make their way over to the village, but you shouldn’t forget about them as they can often have large HP pools.

Related: Where to find and How to get all Resources in Tribes of Midgard

Because of that, you will need to head towards these Jotuns as fast as possible and maybe bring a few fellow Vikings along for the ride. You can also beat all Jotuns very easily if you have more than one person attacking it.

Having someone with a bow that is also their weakest element is also excellent. Bows do insane damage and even more if the person is holding down the specials bow ability via the shift key or L1.

Combine this with arrows that are a Jotun’s weakest element, and you have a recipe for one quick dead Jotun. Avoiding attack moves is also a good practice and will help you last longer in fights.

In short, all you really need to do is roll whenever a Jotun’s arms or legs move slightly, and you will avoid most of their attacks.

Also try to avoid attacking them from the front, as sometimes you can roll right into a attack like when the Jotun Halgoi slams his huge sword down.

That said, here’s everything you need to know about all Jotuns in Tribes of Midgard how to beat them. 

Jotun/BossHow to beat/What they are weak toResources they Drop
GeirrodrTo beat the Jotun Geirrodor in Tribes of Midgard, you will need to use fire weapons and avoid all of his attack moves.Piece of Geirrodr’s Jaw
HalogiTo beat the Jotun Halogi in Tribes of Midgard, you will need to use cold weapons and avoid all of his attack moves.Segment of Halgoi’s Horn
JarnsaxaTo beat the Jotun Jarnsaxa in Tribes of Midgard, you will need to use void weapons and avoid all of her attack moves.Shard of Jarnsaxa’s Brooch
AngrbodaTo beat the Jotun Angrboda in Tribes of Midgard you will need to use electric and lighting weapons and avoid all of her attack moves.Strand of Angrboda’s Hair

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