Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 features three main Zombies experiences, and this one focuses on IX. In this short guide, we'll tell you where to find all the pieces of the Brazen Bull to get this awesome shield. Before starting, you should know that the parts may take a minute to spawn in each location. If this first piece isn't where you expect it to be when you look, it may pop in later.
The first piece is located close to the spawn area. When you spawn, go right and you'll come to the temple of Ra. Go up the small staircase, which it opens up to a main room with statue and some sarcophaguses. The first piece spawns in one of a few places.
Once you have the first piece, go down the stairs you came from and follow the downward path under the map. Just past the shrine of treasure is a marked gate to go through. As soon as you pass through the gate, turn around and walk on the path with the large head statue.
There's another gate right next to it. In that room behind the gate, you'll actually see the bench where you'll eventually craft the Brazen Bull.
From that bench, turn around and go up the small set of stairs The path forks at the top of the stairs so go left till you come across another gate.
From Odin's temple, open the door and go across the bridge to the Temple of Zeus. This piece also has three possible spawn locations.
Keep progressing downward from that mural to the crafting bench we saw at the beginning of this guide. That's where you'll craft the Blazing Bull shield with all your parts.
That's all there is to know about getting the Blazing Bull so far. We'll be back with more Black Ops 4 Zombies guides as players learn more about each map.
Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 is available now on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
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Where to find all the pieces to build the Brazen Bull shield in Call of Duty: You'll need at least 1, points to craft the Brazen Bull shield.
In Call of Duty: Black Ops 4’s IX Zombies map, players can assemble a special defensive weapon called the Brazing Bull. The Brazing Bull is a shield in IX that players can build and wield throughout the match. In this guide, we’ll explain where to find all three parts to build the Brazen Bull shield in Black Ops 4 Zombies so that you can wield one of the best early defense items in IX.
The Brazen Bull is a massive buildable shield that will help players fend off zombies in IX and is composed of several parts. Players must find and collect all of the Brazen Bull shield parts and take them to a buildables workbench for assembly to obtain the Brazen Bull shield. Each piece of the Brazen Bull will spawn somewhere on the IX map, usually in predictable locations.
It’s worth noting that the shield pieces may not spawn right away. If a shield piece doesn’t spawn where you expect it to be, wait a few minutes and check the location again, as the pieces may take some time to appear.
You can find the parts in any order, but the directions below will assume you are grabbing each part in the order they are listed.
At the start of the match on IX, go through the pathway to the right that has two red sun banners hanging overhead. Go past the Sphinx in the next room and continue up the staircase to reach the Ra Altar Room.
The first Brazen Bull part can be found in one of three locations in the Ra Altar Room:
For the next Brazen Bull piece, make your way underground and continue opening passages until you reach Odin’s Temple. There are multiple ways to reach this area, but you can get there by going through the initial passageway you opened to get to Ra’s Altar Room.
From the Ra Tower Room, continue underground, opening the door on the far side of the Burial Chamber containing the sarcophagus. Pass through the Collapsed Tunnel into the Fallen Hero room, and make your way to The Pit, where you will find the workbench you will use later to build the Brazen Bull.
Head up the steps across from the workbench and hang a left through the passageway. On the left is a gate to the Odin-Zeus Temple Entrance.
Here’s where to look for the second Brazen Bull part in the Temple of Odin area:
You can get to the Temple of Zeus from multiple pathways, but for this sake of this guide, we are assuming you are coming from the Temple of Odin. From the Odin Altar Room, open the passageway to the drawbridge and make your way across to the Zeus Altar Room.
Here's where to look for the third Brazen Bull piece in the Temple of Zeus:
Once you have collected all three Brazen Bull shield parts, it’s time to put it together. Go back underground to The Pit area and find the buildables workbench. You’ll need at least 1,500 points to craft the Brazen Bull shield.
The shield comes with a sword, which acts as your melee attack weapon. Hold down the aim button while firing to shoot fireballs and fry incoming enemies. If your shield needs repairs or you need to replenish your fireballs, you can fix it at the workbench for 250 points.
Not only is the Brazen Bull used for mitigating incoming attacks, it is also capable of shooting powerful fireballs, making it a versatile defensive weapon. Check out some of our other Call of Duty Black Ops 4 guides for more tips and tutorials.
North Durham is about to get crafty with the opening of Crafts & Drafts, a one-of-a-kind bar and bottle shop that promotes creativity and fun with D.I.Y projects.
For owner, Virginia George, the idea “was a mixture of dreaming of owning my own business (which was most often a bar), experiencing free-flowing craft nights with friends, and also my desire to create a fun and affordable experience for people.”
Virginia is originally from Kansas and her husband, Jim, is from Maine. He moved to Boston to go to Northeastern and she moved there for her first job after graduating from the University of Kansas. The two met during a New England snowstorm.
After a few years, it became apparent Boston wasn’t where they wanted to settle and they began searching for a new place that suited their needs. “The Triangle area came up pretty early in conversation because Jim had come here for a wedding years before and really liked it. We decided it would be the first place we visited in our search for a new frontier, and it ended up being the only place because we loved it so much; we moved here in 2015,” Virginia shares.
Virginia holds fond memories of crafting as a kid; as an adult, she enjoys getting together with friends to make crafts in a free-form way–a way that helped contribute to the concept of opening the crafting bar in the first place!
BYOB places that already exist made it clear people love the combination–she wanted to make it more casual and accessible, so that crafting is less of an ‘event’ and more of a, ‘Hey, let’s randomly go here and make this thing.’ In trying to make the experience fun and easy, she’s removed the need for material gathering, cleanup, or BYOB, so all you have to bring is yourself!
As Virginia ran the concept by friends, family, and coworkers, even the harshest critics thought it was a good idea, so part of her 2018 New Years resolutions was to start making the dream a reality. At first, she was still working full-time as a technical project manager as she set up logistics for her business, which made progress slow. Eight months later, her workplace decided to reorganize and cut the project management team, which ended up being one of those blessings in disguise. Although she was offered other positions within the company, none of them really ‘fit’, and she took it as a sign that it was time to dedicate her full attention to opening the bar.Virginia felt the location in North Durham at 3117-B Guess Road had so much potential and it has wonderful landlords.
The interior has a bar and bottle shop on one side and large tables on the other. Everything is counter service, so you’ll pick your craft and a drink, find a spot to sit, and start walking through the instructions. You can work at your own pace and entirely on your own (or with your group) if you prefer, but if assistance is needed, simply tap the touch light in the center of each table and a friendly staff member will come over to help.
The entry cost is $25 per craft. It will not be limited to painting or sign making as they want to keep the themes broad, including seasonal activities (pumpkin carving in October, wreath-making in December, etc). They’ll also offer free coloring books to anyone who just wants to hang out and have a drink. You do not have to craft to enjoy a drink at the bar, but it may be hard to resist.
Crafts and Drafts will serve draft and bottles/cans of beer, wine, cider, spiked seltzers and a selection of non-alcoholic beverages. They are making a point to keep things as local as possible, and when it comes to the beer and cider, it’s all crafted from smaller operations.The shop will be partnering with Relish in Raleigh to provide homemade crackers, pimento cheese and boiled peanut hummus. Relish is known for their delicious Southern cuisine. For a wider selection of food, they plan to have food trucks set up in the parking lot and will be working on a schedule upon opening.
Kids and families are welcome at the bar, too. Children’s coloring books will be available and there will likely be some kid-specific crafts worked into their seasonal offerings, such as easy ornaments. (Note: A waiver is required for kids under age 14, and up to age 18 must have a parent present at all times).
Seating in the Crafts & Drafts main space is first come, first serve. They are also building a private party/future classroom space that will be rentable to parties on days when classes are not in session. Expect class offerings to show up on the website a few month after opening and getting settled in.
The grand opening for Crafts and Drafts will be October 5th and 6th and hours will be 2-10pm on weekdays, with the exception of being closed on Tuesdays, and 12-10pm on Saturdays and Sundays.
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The Division 2 is about rebuilding, restructuring and recreating the world after a devastating event, but some would argue it’s all about the loot. Regardless of what state the world is in and who you’re fighting, it’s what you’re wearing while you fight that’s important, whether that’s a nice thick kevlar vest or an unscuffable set of kneepads.
So, how do you get the flashiest gear? Well, that’s what we’re here to help with. There’s a lot going on in The Division 2 when it comes to crafting and we want to make sure you get off to a flying start, so check out these tips.
While it might be tempting to spend all your crafting materials as soon as you get them, it’s better to hold out as much as possible. With every level up in The Division 2, you are granted a cache with two items to boost your current equipment up a notch and what little items you do craft fall out of favour fast on the way up to level 30. Then once you hit level 30 and complete the final strongholds, your world will evolve and you’ll gain access to new activities that require you to craft and create the perfect weapons with ever increasing Gear Score.
With so many options to choose from, you might get a little lost in what to buy with the SHD caches that you find throughout The Division 2’s world and campaign. Well, if you are an avid collector, you’ll want to make sure you pick up Inventory 1-3 and Crafting Materials 1-3 as soon as possible. These perks will allow you to carry more materials and more equipment too. You can even purchase some extra space in your stash on the off-chance you find a large swathe of interesting items you’d like to keep
Additionally, Detection 1 works really well for finding a lot of resources if you’re regularly supporting local Supply Points with additional resources. For 10 minutes you’ll notice that the area around you will be aglow with all the highlighted collectibles, making your scavenger hunt that bit easier. Who knows, it might even alert you to a few stashes in areas you’d never have thought to check before.
As soon as you unlock the ability to craft during the campaign, you’ll want to start saving resources to upgrade your workbench. Every couple of levels, all the way up to level 30, you’ll be able to upgrade the workbench and subsequently create better equipment in doing so. When an upgrade is available, you’ll be able to see it when crafting equipment (appearing at the bottom left of the crafting menu). The final upgrade will net you the ability to make high-end gear at level 30 and open your eyes to the world of pursuing an even higher Gear Score. It’s worth noting that you’ll need the final upgrade on the bench to be able to create branded gear, which awards additional bonuses based on the number of pieces you’re currently wearing.
Scavenging is a big part of The Division 2, probably the biggest part when it comes to crafting. So you’ll want to make sure you keep an eye out for abandoned bags, stowed away lockers, and forgotten toolboxes. Based on your location you’ll find various items, as well as different item drops based on the enemies (Outcasts, True Sons, or Hyenas) you vanquish. So be vigilant and take note of what certain enemies drop, as you’ll never know when you’ll need to come back and farm them.
Areas with rarer materials and extra equipment are often hidden away behind locked fences or protected doors, but there’s a way around them. There’ll be a yellow fusebox on a wall or a yellow padlock on a gate, shooting either will often lead to new and interesting gear. The key is to remember that the colour yellow often indicates that there is extra gear hidden behind those locked doors/fences.
It won’t be long until you start to amass a load of old gear and the urge to sell it will be overwhelming. If you can resist, you’ll want to deconstruct these items instead. The materials you’ll receive are often far more valuable than the credits you receive and will aid you much further than the credits. You’ll also need to deconstruct specific branded gear to get the accompanying crafting materials too, so keep an eye out for specific items to melt down when you have your eye on new gear.
That’s not to say that this rule cannot be broken as you’ll eventually reach your carry limit for resources, but that will take some time – especially if you bought all the increased carry load perks. Plus, you’ll occasionally need to donate some of your equipment to complete projects at settlements.
Before you do deconstruct/sell your unwanted cargo, always be wary of interesting perks. Thanks to recalibration, you’ll be able to fold in stats from forgotten weapons into your new favourites to make them that bit better. It’s only possible with similar weapons, so you won’t be able to move attributes from a pistol to an assault rifle, but you can move from pistol to pistol etc. So if you see some really strong weapon attributes, be sure to store them away in your stash until you need them at the end game.
Having all the resources in the world is pointless if you don’t have anything to build. That’s where blueprints come in. Blueprints can be acquired from nearly every activity in The Division 2, from side missions to projects. You can even buy them from vendors, so it’s best to check with vendors daily and always ensure that you complete your projects. All you need to do is check the mission rewards and dive right in whenever you see a blueprint is available as a reward. Plus, when you hit the end game, you’ll be able to go forth and start to hunt high and low for elusive special blueprints that only appear when you enter higher world tiers.
While these tips are quick and sharp, it’s a long road to the top and many players are just starting to scratch the potential of their builds. It’ll be a while yet before players are able to tap in to the most powerful gear and prepare their builds ahead of the release of Operation Dark Hours, The Division 2’s raid equivalent event.
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