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The Myrkalfars are an aggressive and cunning native faction. Never trust them and watch their moves carefully.
Health 50
Attack Power
AttackPower 12 / 15
Def 5 / 8
40 XP

Myrkalfar are an aggressive and cunning native faction. Never trust them and watch their moves carefully.

Myrkalfar appear at the Myrkalfar Camp, they launch attacks against players (even from afar) and steal Food 5 Food, Wood 5 Wood, and Kröwns 5 Kröwns when they are on their territory.

  • Defeating them grants Fame 50 Fame, Military Experience, Food 100 Food, Wood 100 Wood and Kröwns 100 Kröwns.
  • Trading with them Stone Stone or Iron Iron will allow the player to befriend them, increasing the trade rates, and making them more likely to launch attacks on other players. Only one TradingRoutesTrade Route per type of resource can be opened. Multiple routes speed up the relationship subsequently.
Befriending the Myrkalfar Myrkalfars
Trading Post GoodRelation% earned by month Month of active TradingRoutesTrade Route Stone Stone or Iron Iron spent Kröwns Kröwns earned*
Without Lore Trading Caravan Default post 8 12.5 22.5 150
Upgraded post 9.6 10.42 18.75 125
With Lore Trading Caravan Default post 9.6 10.42 18.75 150
Upgraded post 11.52 8.68 15.625 125

* Due to improved relations affecting the amount of Kröwns earned, the real amount obtained is slightly higher.

For more complex setup (multiple upgraded post with caravan for instance), please check Northgard Calculator.

Note that the Boar Clan can trade Food Food and Wood Wood with the Myrkalfar thanks to their unique lore Bartering. However, the process of befriending the Myrkalfar will be much longer (30 months by default, an upgraded post would reduce this to 25 months, Trading Caravan isn't available to the Boar Clan).

On Northgard Conquest, they are at the core of a battle named Myrkalfar uprising. They will attack you very frequently since the first year until you defeat or befriend them.

On the Neustria map in singleplayer, multiplayer and story mode the Myrkalfar are known as the Elbe of Alberich