How to Farm Bronze | Valheim

This is a guide to farming Bronze in Valheim. Learn how to get Bronze quickly, how Bronze can be used, and the materials required to craft Bronze.

Bronze Basic Information

Name Bronze
Item Type Material
Weight 12
Description A strong alloy of copper and tin.
Max Capacity 30
Item Spawn Code Bronze

How to Get Bronze

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Bronze can be crafted from a level one forge or higher. Its crafting recipe is unlocked as soon as you acquire copper and tin.

Refer to the table below for bronze's crafting recipe:

Required Materials Qty.
Copper 2x
Tin 1x

How to Use Bronze

Used to make bronze tools and equipment.

Craftable Materials

Item Name Crafting Station Type Materials Needed
Bronze Nails Forge Bronze x1

Craftable Weapons

Item Name Crafting Station Type Materials Needed
Bronze Atgeir Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x8
Leather Scraps x2
Wood x10
Bronze Mace Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x8
Leather Scraps x3
Wood x4
Bronze Buckler Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x6
Deer Hide x2
Wood x5
Bronze Spear Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x6
Deer Hide x2
Wood x5
Bronze Sword Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x8
Leather Scraps x2
Wood x2
Bronze Axe Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x8
Leather Scraps x2
Wood x4
Bronze Pickaxe Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x10
Core Wood x3
Cultivator Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x5
Core Wood x5
Bronzehead Arrow Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x1
Feathers x2
Wood x8

Craftable Armor

Item Name Crafting Station Type Materials Needed
Bronze Plate Cuirass Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x5
Deer Hide x2
Bronze Helmet Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x5
Deer Hide x2
Bronze Plate Leggings Forge (Lv. 1) Bronze x5
Deer Hide x2

Used to Construct Buildings

Building Name Required Crafting Station Materials Needed
Adze Workbench Bronze x3
Fine Wood x10
Anvils Workbench Bronze x2
Wood x5
Fermenter Forge Bronze x5
Fine Wood x30
Resin x10

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Ancient Bark Barley Black Metal
Bloodbag Bone Fragments Bronze
Bronze Nails 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 Chain

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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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