Borderlands 3: Bloody Harvest Challenges List

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In the Borderlands 3 Bloody Harvest event there are 15 challenges for players to complete to unlock different cosmetic items related to the seasonal event. These challenges task players with completing a number of different challenges like solving puzzles and killing enemies. To help you keep track of the challenges, check out the Bloody Harvest challenges list below.

Bloody Harvest Challenges (15 Total)

The challenges listed below can be completed in any order across any planet. You will need to complete all 15 if you wish to unlock all available cosmetics. You can track you progress on each challenge by accessing the new Events tab on the menu to the right of the Guardian Ranks.

  1. Snowball’s Chance in Heck: Kill 100 Haunted Enemies with Cry Damage in The Heck Hole.
  2. Reap What you Sow, Bro: Kill Captain Haunt with a Bloody Harvest Gun.
  3. Pumpkin Spiced: Equip 3 pieces of Bloody Harvest loot at the same time.
  4. Nate’s Hostile: Kill Haunted Norman Bates.
  5. My Boss Has Been Ghosting Me All Week: Kill Captain Haunt.
  6. Lawful Good Cleric: Kill 250 Ghosts.
  7. I Am Rakkman: Kill Haunted Rakkman.
  8. Heckraiser: Loot a Bloody Harvest Legendary.
  9. Friends Don’t Die: Kill Haunted Demoskaggon.
  10. Exorcist: Kill 150 Haunted Badasses.
  11. El Campeon Fantasmal: Kill Haunted El Dragon Jr.
  12. Easy as Pumpkin Pie: Solve the pumpkin puzzle.
  13. Charon’s Tail: Collect 50 Bloody Harvest loot.
  14. Chaotic Good Cleric: Kill 500 Ghosts in Mayhem Mode.
  15. An Eye for Quality Hecktoplasm: Kill 20 Loot Ghosts.

Cosmetics unlock at 4/8/12/15 challenges completed. If you wish to unlock all the cosmetics you need to complete all the challenges in Bloody Harvest. It also appears as though you will need to complete these challenges across each Vault Hunter you have if you wish to have all cosmetics for all Vault Hunters. Happy hunting.

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