Haldor the Trader | Where to Find and What He Sells | Valheim

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This is an article about Haldor, the trader who resides in Valheim. If you want to know more about what he sells and where to find him, read on!

Who is Haldor the Trader?

Haldor and Trading

Haldor is a non-hostile trader that resides in Valheim that sells unique goods and commodities in exchange for Coins.. Haldor and his Lox, Halstein stay inside a runic bubble that protects them from hostile creatures.

Where to Find Haldor the Trader

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Haldor is found in a Black Forest biome. Take note however that within the huge open world, Valheim seems to only spawn one instance of Haldor and is denoted by a bag icon on the map. This encourages the players to explore Valheim in its entirety!

If and when you find Haldor, we recommend plopping in a portal near him so you can easily go back to buy more stuff in the future!

What Haldor Buys and Sells

Sells Goods and Armor

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Items Price
Yule Hat 100 coins
Dverger Circlet 620 coins
Megingjord 950 coins
Ymir Flesh 120 coins
Fishing Rod 350 coins
Fishing Bait 10 coins

From all the items listed here, we recommend buying the Megingjord and Dverger Circlet.

Megingjord increases your weight limit by +150 and Dverger Circlet illuminates your vicinity especially in dark dungeons!

Buys Precious Items

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Items Sell Price
Amber 5 coins each
Amber Pearl 10 coins each
Ruby 20 coins each
Silver Necklace 30 coins each

Haldor does not have a menu for selling items. To sell items, just press the Sell button at the lower right side of the Buy menu and Haldor will buy your sellable items one by one, per stack!

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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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