*March 13th, 2023: Updated for the Xbox Launch to include more relevant information as well as links to related guides.
Players of Valheim may run into the problem of having items clogging up their inventory with things they never wanted or no longer need. Until the Hearth and Home update, the only things a player could do was destroy the item, store them in a stack of chests, or sell them to the Merchant. There was no way to break these items down into their most basic parts to be used elsewhere. Enter the Obliterator.
The Obliterator comes as one of many improvements in Valheim’s Hearth and Home update. It is exactly what players need to break down old equipment – a far more eco-friendly option than throwing said equipment into the Ocean Biome.
First things first, the Obliterator needs to be crafted. There are several elements necessary for this but the most important is another new addition – the Thunderstone.
Materials Needed To Make The Obliterator In Valheim
There are 4 ingredients necessary in order to craft the Obliterator:
- Thunder Stone x1
- Forge x1
- Iron x8
- Copper x4
Haldor the merchant sells the Thunderstone and can bought for 50 gold coins. To craft a Forge, players will need 4 Stone, 4 Coal, 10 Wood, and 6 Copper. The remaining materials are 8 Iron and 4 Copper. Iron can be obtained from crypts in the Swamp Biome and Copper can be discovered in the Black Forest Biome. Once the Obliterator is completed, it’s time to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
How to Use the Obliterator in Valheim
Regular players of Valheim will undoubtedly end up with dozens of objects they don’t need or use. The Obliterator can break down old tools, armor, even junk lying around. The player can simply place these items into the Obliterator’s inventory and pull the lever on the side using it as often as necessary.
Keep in mind that if the lever is not pulled, nothing will happen. After a bit of charge-up time, a lightning bolt will strike the machine, effectively destroying everything inside.
Players will want to get out of range fast because they will take damage if they remain too close. Buildings will also take damage as well, so it is advised not to have anything important nearby when using the Obliterator
With this Hearth and Home update, Valheim players will likely be taking their next few hours of gameplay de-cluttering their homes. The recourses gathered from doing so certainly don’t hurt and neither does the destruction animation. The addition of the obliterator is sure to be received with open arms by recourse gatherers and destruction lovers alike.
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