This is a guide to the Black Forest Biome found in Valheim. Read on to learn what enemies appear in the Black Forest Biome, available resources, dungeons, and more!
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This is going to be the second biome you will encounter in your viking adventure! You will find resources and materials that are going to help you get better gear and equipment, but be careful as you will also be facing greater dangers.Check out our guide on progressing through the Black Forest biome below!
The Black Forest and The Elder Guide
The Black Forest are biomes that are stark contrasts to the Meadows biomes!
These particular biomes are currently the only sources of Copper Ores, Tin Ores, and Core Wood in the game. Surtling Cores, Greydwarf Eyes, Bone Fragments can also be obtained from these woods — provided you can deal with its deadly inhabitants!
The Black Forest is also home to Valheim's second boss, The Elder. Click the button below for more information:
The Elder Boss Guide
These are tall towers found in the Black Forest Bioime. They are usually surrounded by enemies and contain a chest at the highest point!
You can what looks like a wrecked ship along the shores of the Black Forest. You can check inside of the wreckages for any valuable loot!
There are what looks like a ruined remains of a building, with only a few walls remaining. There is usually a chest with valuables found inside the ruins, but watch out as there are enemies guarding it too!
You can find the only Merchant in the game in the Black Forest. Once you find him, you can trade coins for items with him. It can be tough to find him, check out our guide to help you locate him and get rare items.
There are also abandoned outposts found in the Black Forest. They are tall stone structures. They contain chests with valuables and are surrounded by Greydwarfs!
・Greydwarf Brute Trophy
・Greydwarf Shaman Trophy
・The Elder Trophy
|Blueberries||Can be gathered from the Black Forest Biome.|
|Carrot Seeds||Obtained in the wild or planting Carrots using the Cultivator.|
|Copper Ore||Mined from Copper Deposits in Black Forest Biomes.|
|Core Wood||Chop Pine trees in the Black Forest biome.|
|Mushroom||Can be gathered from the Meadows Biome or the Black Forest Biome|
|Resin||Enemy Drop from Greydwarves or obtained by chopping trees.|
|Stone||Picked up from the ground or mined from rocks using a pickaxe.|
|Surtling Core||Obtained from Burial Chambers and Surtlings.|
|Thistle||Scattered around the world especially the Black Forest biome.|
|Tin Ore||Mined from Tin Deposits in Black Forest biomes.|
|Wood||Obtained by chopping trees or from picking up branches on the ground.|
|Yellow Mushroom||Can be gathered from dungeons.|
Burial Chambers can be identified by their two possible entrances:
Burial Chambers are great sources of Surtling Cores early on as they can appear inside chests or out in the open within these dungeons.
Troll Caves, as the term suggest, are single-room dungeons that are inhabited by Trolls. Their large entrances are made of stone with piles of bones located at the front.
These particular dungeons are great sources of Trader-related items such as Coins, Rubies, Amber Pearls, and Amber.
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