How to Farm Bloodbags | Valheim

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

Bloodbag Basic Information

Name Bloodbag
Item Type Material
Weight 0.5
Description The contents of a leech. Ick!
Max Capacity 50
Item Spawn Code Bloodbag

How to Get Bloodbags

Look for Leeches in the Swamp!

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You can get a consistent supply of Bloodbags simply by going in the Swamp biome and looking for Leeches. These slimy creatures will almost always be present under any bodies of water! You will know a Leech is there when you see circular ripples on the water surface!

Leeches can poison you though and the tick damage is no joke so we recommend to always bring a Poison Resist Mead whenever you venture to the Swamps!

Dropped by Enemy

Enemy Enemy Lv. Qty. Drop Rate
Leech 1 1 100%

Spawn with Console Command

If you don't mind using cheats to obtain it, Bloodbags 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 Bloodbag command to create the item.

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How to Use Bloodbags

Craftable Materials

Item Name Crafting Station Type Materials Needed
Mead Base: Frost Resistance Cauldron Honey x10
Thistle x5
Bloodbag x2
Greydwarf Eye x1
Mead Base: Medium Healing Cauldron Honey x10
Bloodbag x4
Raspberries x10
Dandelion x1

Used to Cook Food

Food Name Cooking Station Type Ingredients Needed
Blood Pudding Cauldron Thistle x2
Bloodbag x2
Barley Flour x4

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Hard Antler Iron Iron Nails
Leather Scraps Linen Thread Lox Pelt
Needle Obsidian Ooze
Queen Bee Resin Serpent Scale
Sharpening Stone Silver Stone
Surtling Core Tin Troll Hide
Wolf Fang Wolf Pelt Wood
Ymir Flesh Chain

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