Warhammer: Vermintide 2 – Bell Ban Challenge (Mission Of Mercy)

How to Complete Bell Ban Challenge

To complete the challenge, you have to shoot/slash all the skaven bells down in the map.

There are 2 variations to this map depending on which door is open at the beginning.

Your bell locations will change depending on the variation.

Both variations have 10 markings you can find in total.

Finding all bells in one variation is enough, you don’t have to collect them again.

Important Note: At the moment (14.06.2023), this challenge is bugged and CAN’T be completed.

Variation 1 – Top Door (Bells)

If you get this variation, follow the steps below:

[1/10]:

Keep following the path until you enter the room with the descending staircase with a giant hole in the middle. The first bell is on the corner.

[2/10]:

Keep following the path until you find the huge open area with lava and mining carts. You will see the second bell near the leftmost pillar across the chasm.

[3/10]:

After you exit the room with the Valaya statue, turn left and walk forward a bit. You will see the third bell hanging on top left.

[4/10]:

After the valve event, you will descend some stairs and find a big open space with lava below. Turn left and jump down. Jump on the crates to get on the wooden platform and you will see the fourth bell hanging in front of you.

[5/10]:

Go back to the spot where you descended the stairs to find a big open space with lava below. Instead of turning left, turn right and follow the long path. You will find the fifth bell at the end of it.

(Wooden bridge in the picture for reference)

[6/10]:

After you descend the stairs, you will see a wooden platform next to a dropdown. Walk on the platform, turn right and face the dropdown. You will see the sixth bell on your right.

[7/10]:

After the dropdown, you will find a room with two shields on the ground and a small pillar in the middle. Take the path to the right. You will find a room with a crack in the middle and a lava river going through it. The seventh bell will be hanging on the top left.

[7.5/10]:

I am not sure if this is intentional.

If you keep going forward and turn right when you see the dropdown, you will come to a broken corridor with two lava streams pouring from above. If you look closely behind the lava, you can see a bell far in the distance. You can shoot it down from far away, but i do not think this is intentional because it is one of the bells from the other variation of the map we cannot access normally.

[8/10]:

Now turn back and go back to the room with two shields on the ground and a small pillar in the middle. Instead of going right, you will take the path to the left. Follow the green lamps and you will see a red banner hanging next to a huge hole. The eighth bell is right next to the banner.

[9/10]:

When you are in the long corridor leading to the end event, turn around. You will see two red banners hanging on your left and right. Look behind the banner on the right, you will see the ninth bell.

[10/10]:

Make your way to the second floor made out of wooden platforms. The tenth bell is next to the giant sphere on the middle, on the highest wooden platforms.

Variation 2 – Bottom Door (Bells)

If you get this variation, follow the steps below:

[1/10]:

After you get into the big room with lots of crates and some dead dwarves on the ground, walk towards the exit of the room but don’t go upstairs, instead go through one of the other doors. You will find the first bell next to a lava river.

[2/10]:

After you get out of the big room through the broken wall and see the flowing lava, turn right. You will see the second bell in the distance next to the pillars.

[3/10]:

After you exit the room with the Valaya statue, turn right and move a bit forward. You will see the third bell hanging on the top+ left.

[4/10]:

After the valve event, you will descend some stairs and find a big open space with lava below. Turn left and jump down. Jump on the crates to get on the wooden platform and you will see the fourth bell hanging in front of you.

[5/10]:

Go back to the spot where you descended the stairs to find a big open space with lava below. Instead of turning left, turn right and follow the long path. You will find the fifth bell at the end of it.

(Wooden bridge in the picture for reference)

[6/10]:

After you descend the stairs, you will see a wooden platform next to a dropdown. Walk on the platform, turn right and face the dropdown. You will see the sixth bell on your right.

[7/10]:

After the dropdown, you will find a room with two shields on the ground and a small pillar in the middle. Take the path to the right. You will find a room with a crack in the middle and a lava river going through it. The seventh bell will be hanging on the top left.

[7.5/10]:

I am not sure if this is intentional.

If you keep going forward and turn right when you see the dropdown, you will come to a broken corridor with two lava streams pouring from above. If you look closely behind the lava, you can see a bell far in the distance. You can shoot it down from far away, but i do not think this is intentional because it is one of the bells from the other variation of the map we cannot access normally.

[8/10]:

Now turn back and go back to the room with two shields on the ground and a small pillar in the middle. Instead of going right, you will take the path to the left. Follow the green lamps and you will see a red banner hanging next to a huge hole. The eighth bell is right next to the banner.

[9/10]:

When you are in the long corridor leading to the end event, turn around. You will see two red banners hanging on your left and right. Look behind the banner on the right, you will see the ninth bell.

[10/10]:

Make your way to the second floor made out of wooden platforms. The tenth bell is next to the giant sphere on the middle, on the highest wooden platforms.

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