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This is a list of boss battles in Valheim. Learn tips for summoning and defeating all bosses, as well as boss attack patterns and recommended equipment!

How Many Bosses Are There?

There are a total of five Bosses in the current version of Valheim. Each of these Bosses must be defeated to progress through the game, making the journey to find and defeat each boss equivalent to a chapter of the full story of Valheim.

The five bosses include the deer Eikthyr, the giant tree The Elder, the ooze Bonemass, the dragon Moder, and the current final boss, the troll king Yagluth.

What Happens When You Beat Yagluth?

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Upon defeating Yagluth, players will receive a Yagluth Trophy and three Yagluth Things. Hanging the Yagluth Trophy grants a stat bonus like the other Boss Trophies, but does not provide a clear ending to the game.

The Yagluth Things currently do not have any effect in-game, and their description calls them a “placeholder item,” so we're expecting these items to be replaced with a new item in a later update, which will likely help players continue to the next stage of the game.

List of Bosses

Hint How to Solve Boss Battle
"Hunt his kin" ・Slay deer to collect two deer trophies, and then use them to summon the boss. Eikthyr
"Burn their young" ・Destroy Greydwarf nests in the Black Forest to collect three Ancient Seeds, and sacrifice these at the Ancient Bowl. The Elder
"Cook their remains" ・Collect ten Withered Bones in the Swamp, and sacrifice these at the Skull Altar. Bonemass
"Sacrifice her spawn" ・Find three Dragon Eggs in the mountains and sacrfice them at the Sacrifical Altar. Moder
"And his dying soul was split and shared among all his kin" ・Collect five Fuling Totems from Fuling Villages or Berserkers and sacrifice them at the Mystical Altar. Yagluth

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    • Soap most likely originated from when people cooked food on a spit and the fat dripped on to the white ash in the fire and when combined with water it made a lather. Adding soap could introduce hygiene factors into the game. They could introduce it similar to how the hunger works, like, the better your hygiene, the more health/stamina you can gain. Making soap could consist of cooking meat over the spit, the fat mixing with ash and then mixing it with water could give you soap.

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