God Of War: Ragnarok is a fun action RPG that is sure can become the game of the year. Players will once again be able to go on an adventure with Kratos and Atreus. They have a difficult path ahead because their main opponent is the All-Father himself. However, the game has not only brutal and bloody battles but also some funny moments. And in this guide, we will tell you what Juicy Nokken is in God Of War: Ragnarok.
Brok in God Of War: Ragnarok
In God Of War: Ragnarok, players will encounter a variety of new characters. At the very beginning, Thor and Odin will come to you, and after that, you can find Tyr and even a mannered squirrel. However, players will also be able to interact with characters familiar from the previous game, including Huldra Brothers, Sindri, and Brok.
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While Sindri is a neat, obsessed-with-cleanliness dwarf, Brok is one of the most fearless and rude characters. And that’s why he attracts players. Dialogues with him can greatly amuse you.
And in God Of War: Ragnarok, we learn from Sindri that Brok has been banned from Alfheim. The reason for this was that Brock showed the elves Juicy Nokken. But what is it?
What Is a Juicy Nokken?
Perhaps Juicy Nokken is one of the most mysterious things in God Of War: Ragnarok. But Sindri was ready to tell us what it was. However, Kratos decided that Atreus should not know this, nor should we. But we have some thoughts on this.
Nokken was based on Nixie from Norse mythology. These are water spirits who lured people into the water. And often, they looked like naked people. So if you combine Nixie, the beautiful lakes of Alfheim, Brok, and Juicy, well, you can imagine something very offensive. And most likely, Juicy Nokken is the most offensive thing the elves have seen in their entire history of existence. But hey, did you expect something different from Brok?
That’s all you need to know about Juicy Nokken in God Of War: Ragnarok. If you try you might even be able to imagine it, but we didn’t advise you to do that. And while you are here, take a look at our guide on how to get Lunda’s Lost Armor Set.
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