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This is a list of Items and Materials in the game Valheim. Learn what Items and Crafting Materials can be found in the game, how to farm each of them, and how each of them can be used.

List of Crafting Materials

Ancient Bark Barley Black Metal
Bloodbag Bone Fragments Bronze
Bronze Nails Chain Chitin
Coal Copper Core Wood
Deer Hide Dragon Tear Feathers
Fine Wood Flametal Flax
Flint Freeze Gland Greydwarf Eye
Guck Hard Antler Iron
Iron Nails Leather Scraps Linen Thread
Lox Pelt Needle Obsidian
Ooze Queen Bee Resin
Serpent Scale Sharpening Stone Silver
Silver Ore Stone Surtling Core
Tin Troll Hide Wolf Fang
Wolf Pelt Wood Ymir Flesh

Crafting Materials

List of Ore and Scrap Metal

Black Metal Scrap Copper Ore Flametal Ore
Iron Ore Scrap Iron Tin Ore

Ore and Scrap Metal and How to Refine

List of Trophies

Blob Trophy Boar Trophy Bonemass Trophy
Deathsquito Trophy Deer Trophy Drake Trophy
Draugr Elite Trophy Draugr Trophy Eikthyr Trophy
Fenring Trophy Fuling Berserker Trophy Fuling Shaman Trophy
Fuling Trophy Greydwarf Brute Trophy Greydwarf Shaman Trophy
Greydwarf Trophy Leech Trophy Lox Trophy
Moder Trophy Neck Trophy Rancid Remains Trophy
Serpent Trophy Skeleton Trophy Stone Golem Trophy
Surtling Trophy The Elder Trophy Troll Trophy
Wolf Trophy Wraith Trophy Yagluth Trophy

Trophies

List of Food Ingredients

Barley Flour Barley Wine Base: Fire Resistance Blue Mushroom
Blueberries Cloudberries Dandelion
Entrails Honey Lox Meat
Mead Base: Frost Resistance Mead Base: Medium Healing Mead Base: Medium Stamina
Mead Base: Minor Healing Mead Base: Minor Stamina Mead Base: Poison Resistance
Mead Base: Tasty Mushroom Neck Tail
Raspberries Raw Fish Raw Meat
Serpent Meat Thistle Turnip
Yellow Mushroom

Food Ingredients

List of Food

Blood Pudding Blue Mushroom Blueberries
Bread Carrot Carrot Soup
Cloudberries Cooked Fish Cooked Lox Meat
Cooked Meat Cooked Serpent Meat Fish Wraps
Grilled Neck Tail Honey Lox Meat Pie
Mushroom Queens Jam Raspberries
Sausages Serpent Stew Turnip Stew
Yellow Mushroom

Food

List of Mead

Fire Resistance Barley Wine Frost Resistance Mead Medium Healing Mead
Medium Stamina Mead Minor Healing Mead Minor Stamina Mead
Poison Resistance Mead Tasty Mead

Mead

List of Seeds

Beech Seeds Carrot Seeds Fir Cone
Pine Cone Turnip Seeds

Seeds

List of Key Items

Ancient Seed Dragon Egg Swamp Key
Wishbone Withered Bone

Key Items

List of Valuable Items

Amber Amber Pearl Coins
Ruby Silver Necklace

List of Other Items

Crystal Fishing Bait Yagluth Thing

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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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