Whenever we talk about something furry to wear or some furry outfits of Vikings, the first thing that pops up in our mind is a bear or Wolf hide. Talking about wolves, Vikings have a complicated relationship with the Wolves, remember Fenrir, that freaking guy will kill Odin during Ragnarok. So we cannot say that they like Wolves in particular, but hey Odin also has some loyal hunting wolves who fight by his side. كازينو
Okay, coming back to real people, if you want your Viking avatar to look kind of cool and scary, then nothing beats wearing a wolf pelt. اسرار لعبة الروليت
In the Mountains biome, wolves are the natural survivors, and their pelts provide a particular benefit that is especially beneficial in such a hostile environment.
Though the pelt only provides an armour bonus of 1 (up to 4 with upgrades), the wolf fur cape provides the special effect of frost resistance. The frost resistance is especially great, you can walk freely through the snowy Mountains without needing to guzzle frost resistance mead.
How to Make a Wolf Fur Cape in Valheim
Firstly let’s talk about materials, you’ll need three kinds of materials in the following quantities:
6 Wolf pelts
1 Wolf trophy
Don’t worry, you can find them all in the Mountains biome. First things first, kill the wolves and obtain the wolf pelts and wolf trophy. Wolf pelts drop fairly regularly, while wolf trophies are a bit rarer, so you may need to go on a few hunting expeditions before a wolf drops one.
To gather silver, just go and mine some from one of the Mountains’ numerous silver ore veins.
Note: it’s really hard to track down a silver ore vein without the help of the Wishbone. How to obtain the Wishbone you ask? Remember Bone mass? Yeah, just kill that freak, and bring it with you when you’re on the lookout for the shiny stuff. موقع 365 سبورت
When you’ve got your materials, just take them to the nearest workbench and bang and boom, you’ve got a delightfully warm, wolf fur cape, ready to watch over you in the cold season.