Valheim is a game that allows players to become a Viking, build their own settlement and explore unexplored lands. It’s still being developed (it’s in early access), so there are new things to do every time. In early December, a new patch called Misslands was released, which introduced quite a few things to the game. One of the new things it adds is a sap extractor. We will talk about it in this guide.
How to build a sap extractor
You need to create a sap extractor Build a workbench nearby. Then “arm yourself” with the hammer and bring up the crafting window. Keep the object In ancient origin.
Cost to build a sap extractor 10 Yggdrasil Wood, 5 Black Metal and 1 Dvergr Extractor:
- you will get Black metal By killing fullings and taking black metal scraps from their bodies and melting them down.
- You can get Dvergr Extractor By raiding Dvergr structures in the Mistlands, remember that dwarves will become enemies if you try to loot them.
- you will get Yggdrasil Wood Even in the Mistlands. You need to cut Yggdrasil shoots. This tree has white and black bark. You need at least a blackmetal ax for this.
What is a sap extractor?
A sap extractor is a device for extracting sap from ancient roots. These are found in the Mistlands. They are huge roots with green veins – not to be missed. As if that’s not enough, you’ll see a caption when you point the screen at them.
The juice obtained from them is very important A purified Eitr can be created from them. On the other hand, this item is required to build many of the new items introduced in the new patch. Hence worth keeping in stock.
If the sap extractor collects at least one sap, it will glow green. It is worth remembering that It can collect up to 10 juicesSo vacuum regularly.
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