How to Farm Bone Fragments | Valheim

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

Bone Fragments Basic Information

Name Bone Fragments
Item Type Material
Weight 0.5
Description A pile of shattered bones.
Max Capacity 50
Item Spawn Code BoneFragments

How to Get Bone Fragments

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Dungeons like Burial Chambers and Sunken Crypts are home to skeletons that mainly drop bone fragments. Look for these places in Black Forest and Swamp biomes respectively!

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Look for Bone Piles in the Swamp

Bone Piles

Bone Piles are the Skeleton spawners of the game. If you want a consistent source of bone fragments, look for one and camp there. Be careful though, Skeletons can overwhelm you if you don't manage their numbers properly!

Dropped by Enemy

Enemy Enemy Lv. Qty. Drop Rate
Skeleton 1 1 100%
Rancid Remains 1 3 100%

Spawn with Console Command

If you don't mind using cheats to obtain it, Bone Fragments can easily be spawned with the console command.

To spawn the item, first turn on cheat codes by typing imacheater in the F5 console, and use the spawn BoneFragments command to create the item.

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How to Use Bone Fragments

Craftable Armor

Item Name Crafting Station Type Materials Needed
Deer Hide Cape Workbench (Lv. 2) Bone Fragments x5
Deer Hide x4
Troll Hide Cape Workbench (Lv. 3) Bone Fragments x10
Troll Hide x10
Troll Leather Helmet Workbench (Lv. 3) Bone Fragments x3
Troll Hide x5

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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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