This is a guide to all of the buildings (structures) in Valheim. Read more to find out what each of them need and what they do!
|Structure||How to Use|
|Adze||Place this near a workbench to increase its level.|
|Anvils||Place this near a forge to increase its level.|
|Artisan Table||Build it so you are able to build a Spinning Wheel, Blast Furnace and Windmill.|
|Beehive||Place apart from other beehives to generate honey.|
|Blast Furnace||Place this on the ground to use it. Functions like the smelter, but is used for Black Metal.|
|Bonfire||Place on ground. Creates warmth and comfort. Allows you to use cooking stations on it, and it wards away cold and wetness. Larger than the campfire.|
|Campfire||Place on ground .Creates warmth and comfort. Allows you to use cooking stations on it, and it wards away cold and wetness.|
|Cart||Use this to transport heavy materials,|
|Cauldron||Place on top of a fire in order to be able to make mead bases.|
|Charcoal Kiln||Place this on the ground to use it. Put in wood to produce coal.|
|Chopping Block||Place this near a workbench to increase its level.|
|Cooking Station||Place on top of a fire, then add meat to it to cook it, or overcook it to make coal.|
|Fermenter||Place in a sheltered area and use it to create potions from Mead Base made in cauldrons.|
|Forge||Use this to forge metal items from metal bars.|
|Forge Bellows||Place this near a forge to increase its level.|
|Forge Cooler||Place this near a forge to increase its level.|
|Forge Toolrack||Place this near a forge to increase its level.|
|Grinding Wheel||Place this near a forge to increase its level.|
|Hearth||Place on floors. Creates warmth and comfort. Allows you to use cooking stations on it, and it wards away cold and wetness. Larger than the campfire.|
|Karve||Build this on the coast and use it to sail across the sea. This is the improved version of the Raft that can go faster and has storage slots.|
|Longship||Build this on the coast and use it to sail across the sea. This is the improved version of the Karve that can go faster and has even more storage slots.|
|Portal||Use this to create portals that quickly transport you far distances. It's a good idea to link portals to your home base.|
|Raft||Build this on the coast and use it to sail across the sea.|
|Smelter||Place this on the ground to use it. Put in coal on one side and ores on the other to produce bars.|
|Smith's Anvil||Place this near a forge to increase its level.|
|Spinning Wheel||Input flax into this and it will convert it to linen.|
|Stone Pile||Build this to store a stack of 50 stones. Upon deconstruction, it drops the whole stack of stone.|
|Stonecutter||Place it around a workbench to enable building of stone structures.|
|Tanning Rack||Place this near a workbench to increase its level.|
|Tool Shelf||Place this near a workbench to increase its level.|
|Ward||Build this to lock doors and chests, as well as prevent griefers from destroying your home or building around your home.|
|Windmill||Place this down and place barley in it. When its windy, it can process barley into barley flour.|
|Wood Stack||Build this to store a stack of 50 wood. Upon deconstruction, it drops the whole stack of wood.|
|Workbench||Use this to craft better non-metal items and enable building structures around the area.|
Buildings are structures in Valheim that allow you to do a number of things.
Some buildings are crafting stations that allow you to craft better items, and some buildigns improve these crafting stations.
Some buildings allow you to process and refine raw materials to higher levels. This can be as simple as cooking meat to something as complex as smelting metal or making flour.
There are too many different uses you get from buildings to list, some that include transporting heavy tools to creating wormholes to different buildings and more.
Use a Hammer and then right-click to access the build menu.
You can select items depending on the category. Simply click on the category and click the item you wish to construct.
Once you select an item, the item will appear in front of your crosshairs and it can be rotated with the scroll wheel, cancelled with right click, or placed with left click. Alternatively, you can disable its snapping function by holding Left Shift.
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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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