Reidarr Rockcrusher

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Reidarr Rockcrusher


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Reidarr Rockcrusher is a pretentious warrior standing near Belldron's Guardholme. To prove himself he challenges the Durmand Priory members guarding the Priory Bridge.


Shiverpeak Mountains

Event involvement[edit]

Event fist (tango icon).png Defeat Reidarr Rockcrusher to calm him down (30)

Combat abilities[edit]

  • Hammer Swing Hammer Swing - Chain. Bash your foe.
    • Hammer Bash Hammer Bash - Chain. Bash your foe again.
      • Hammer Smash Hammer Smash - Smash the ground and damage nearby foes.
  • Earthshaker Earthshaker - Burst. Jump to the targeted location and slam your hammer down, damaging and stunning foes.
Stolen skills


Do you know who I am? I am Reidarr Rockcrusher!
Talk more option tango.png Who?
Champion of brawl and battle! My victories range far and wide, and there isn't a person alive who's bested me.
(if the player defeated him just before in the event)
Talk more option tango.png Wait a minutes, aren't you the <Character's race> I just fought?
Ah, you're so puny I didn't recognize you. You were just lucky, rookie. No one can defeat my insurmountable skill. No one!
Talk end option tango.png Keep telling yourself that.
Talk end option tango.png Layin' it on a little thick, aren't we?
Talk end option tango.png That's nice. See you.
Challenging Reidarr
Have you come to challenge me?
Talk ready option.png I have. Bring it on!
Talk more option tango.png Why would I want to challenge you?
Because I'm Reidarr Rockcrusher, the mightiest norn in Tyria! If you're not up to the challenge, leave me. I don't waste time on weaklings.
Talk ready option.png I'm no weakling. Arm yourself!
Talk end option tango.png Maybe next time.
Talk end option tango.png Just passing through.
If he just arrived after being beaten during his event
(groan) My head... Leave me. I don't want to talk.
Talk end option tango.png Okay.


  • He can only be talked to, when he is standing near Belldron's Guardholme and not while he is walking to or from his event.