Valheim Horn of Celebration | How to Get

What better way to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Viking sandbox survival game, Valheim than with mead? Sounds fitting enough. However, Iron Gate Studios went the extra mile by including the Horn of Celebration in the game’s one-year update. This new Tankard allows you to guzzle your mead in style and in a fitting tribute to the game. So, if you’re wondering how to get it, read on to find out!

How to Get Horn of Celebration in Valheim

How to Get Horn of Celebration in Valheim

To get the Horn of Celebration in Valheim, you need to craft it using two Bronze, two Iron, and two Troll Hides. You can find this recipe yourself at any workbench, by going to “Craft” and then finding the “Horn of Celebration”.

To begin, you’ll need Bronze, which you can make at the Forge using two Copper and one Tin. Simply double the recipe to get the two Bronze you need. Nonetheless, Copper and Tin can be found in the Black Forest biome. Copper can be mined from large boulders in the biome, and tin from small black rocks found along the biome’s shorelines and riverbanks.

Next up is two Iron, which you can make in the smelter by combining Scrap Iron and Coal. You can get Scrap Iron either from looting chests inside Sunken Crypts, or by mining Muddy Scrap Piles, which you can find in the doorways of the Sunken Crypts or beneath the ground throughout the swamp biome.

The final and most difficult item for the Horn of Celebration is two Troll Hides. To obtain these, you need to kill a Troll in the Black Forest biome. Trolls are one of the hardest beasts to kill in Valheim, but thankfully just one will drop you enough Troll Hide to make the Horn of Celebration. Once you have all the parts, two Bronze, Iron, and Toll Hide, you can return to the workbench, craft the Horn of Celebration, and drink your mead in honor of Valheim!

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