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This is a guide on Resource which Respawn in the game Valheim. Read on to learn more about which resources respawn and more!

Do Resources Respawn?

Some resources respawn naturally from the ground, in the forest, near bodies of water, and inside caves. Meanwhile, some resources need you to dig a bit deeper. Resources that do not respawn do not mean they are lost forever – it just means they do not spawn on the ground naturally. Some resources requires you to slay creatures to spawn them.

Do Dungeon Items Respawn?

Keep in mind that enemies and resources gathered inside dungeons do not respawn. That means, once you have exhausted all of the materials inside, it will just be a hollow and empty hole.

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List of Resources That Respawn

The following items will respawn naturally from the ground. It's a good idea to mark the locations for these items on your Map, so that you can easily find them again each time they respawn.

Resource Where to Find
Barley Coming soon
Carrot Seeds Obtained in the wild or planting Carrots using the Cultivator.
Dandelion Randomly spawns on the ground and can be picked up.
Feathers Enemy Drop from Birds.
Flax Obtained from Fuling Villages in the Plains biome.
Flint Picked up from the shore or riverbanks.
Resin Enemy Drop from Greydwarves.
Stone Picked up from the ground or mined from rocks using a pickaxe.
Tin Smelt Tin ores.
Turnip Seeds Coming soon
Wood Chopped from Beech trees and bushes. Can also be dropped by Greydwarves.
Yellow Mushroom Can be gathered from dungeons.
Raspberries Can be gathered from the Meadows Biome.
Blueberries Can be gathered from the Black Forest Biome.
Honey Can be gathered from beehives.
Blue Mushroom Can be gathered from beehives.
Cloudberries Can be gathered from the Plains Biome.

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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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