This page details how to obtain all of Odin’s Outfits at the camp in Niflheim, part of the Forgotten Saga DLC. We’ll cover all the stats for each outfit, special abilities associated with them and upgrade costs.
The above armor sets each offer something unique to your combat experience as Havi. They will unlock specific skills and combat states in accordance with the overall set type, as shown int he stat details below. The All-Father’s Armor set is unlocked by default, and this set focuses on melee combat, with a particular specialism in Adrenaline Slots and unique abilities. The Raven’s Flight amor set is almost entirely focused on improving your ranged combat, while the Einherjar’s Valor armor set is another that focuses on melee combat, but this time with more emphasis on an aggressive dual-wielding playstyle. It also has useful skill unlocks such as Stomp, which will allow you to finish off enemies quickly when they’re on the ground. Perfect Attack and Adrenaline Fiend are incredibly useful skill upgrades which boost your overall damage output and attack speed.
The Death-Speaker Trappings armor set offers something entirely different, with a focus on stealth gameplay, assassinations, and poison / smoke bomb sabotage attacks. This set can be highly valuable when attempting to take out groups of enemies quickly and silently, but it’s not so useful during big boss fights. The Dwarven Defender armor set is another one which focuses on melee combat, but this one enhances your defensive capabilities and provides more opportunities for healing outside of Elk Shrines with the Grit and Idunn’s Heart upgrades. The Draugr’s Toll armor set is the exact opposite: it rewards more aggressive gameplay by providing you with skills such as Wolf Warrior and Sprint Attack. The Hel’s Narjarl armor set is something of a hybrid, granting you skills such as Explosive Corpse for sabotage attacks, but also skills such as Intense Rage which rewards aggressive melee combat. In addition, you’ll have some powerful Draugr-raising abilities and you can make more use of fire attacks in conjunction with these.
You can browse all of the outfits from Odin's Camp. (left), You'll need to earn Thoughts by playing through runs of Niflheim. You can then spend them on armor upgrades to unlock new skills and improve stats. (right)
As you can probably tell, there isn’t necessarily a best armor set to go with between these 7 different types. Each one has powerful buffs and additional skills to offer, but the one you go with will depend on your playstyle. Raven’s Flight naturally benefits a player who primarily enjoys using bow skills, while most of the others are better for those who enjoy melee combat in various forms. The one set that will generally make life easier is the Dwarven Defender set, since this has two additional buffs that will heal you in times of need: Grit and Idunn’s Heart. The former is most useful mid-fight if you keep attacking just after being hit, allowing you to recover some of the lost health. The latter will allow you to passively regain health from a recent hit, so long as you’re not hit again while the health is regenerating. These are both useful in tricky fights, but if you find most of the encounters fairly easy, you can go with one of the other sets which will improve your offensive capabilities more.