How to Craft the Iron Greaves and Stats | Valheim

This is a guide to the Iron Greaves Armor in Valheim. Learn how to craft the Iron Greaves, what materials are needed to craft and upgrade it, and all stats and information.

Iron Greaves Basic Information

Name Iron Greaves
Armor Type Leg
Description Iron greaves to protect your legs.
Weight 15.0
Quality 1
Durability 1000
Crafting Station Forge (2)
Armor 14
Movement Speed -5%
Damage Modifier
Item Spawn Code ArmorIronLegs

How to Craft the Iron Greaves

Crafting Materials Needed

Item Name How to Get
Deer Hide x2 Enemy Drop from Deer.
Iron x20 Coming soon

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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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