The Dverger Extractor is one of many unique resources added with the Valheim Mistlands update. Dverger Extractors are unique as they are a crucial component for making specific crafting construction for the making of Refined Eitr. Luckily, our guide explains everything you need to know about where to find a Dverger Extractor and how to use it in Valheim Mistlands.
Where to find Dverger Extractors in Valheim
You can find Dverger Extractors by looting Dverger locations such as Dverger villages and towers in the Mistlands biome. In both location types, you can find a small long blue chest called a Dverger component crate. Inside the crate is where you can get one Dverger Extractor, but trying to get the crate will turn nearby Dverger dwarves hostile. We highly recommend taking these Dverger out before trying to loot the chest. You can easily take the Dverger out using powerful range or melee weapons combined with your best armor set.
Another option is to lure one of the many Seeker enemies in the biome over to the tower. Attracting Seekers over will cause them to fight the Dverger, as both enemy types are hostile to each other. On the other hand, this method for taking out the Dverger is dangerous as the Seekers attack fast and can move even faster. Bringing along a Staff of Protection or constantly moving and dodging and not stopping are a few ways to avoid dying to the Seekers.
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How to use a Dverger Extractor in Valheim
Players can use the Dverger Extractor to make a Sap Extractor in Valheim. You can make a Sap Extractor with One Deverger Extractor, 10 Yggdrasil Wood, and Five Black Metal. Here’s where you can get Black Metal and Yggdrasil Wood in Valheim listed below:
- Where to get Yggdrasil Wood – Players can get Yggdrasil Wood by exploring the Mistlands Biome and chopping down Yggdrasil Shoots.
- How to make Black Metal – Kill Fulings in the Plains biome and then take Black Metal scrap they drop to a Blast Furnace to make Black Metal in Valheim.
How to get to the Mistlands Biome in Valheim
Players can get to the Mistlands Biome by exploring until they find a biome with dark terrain and purple mist shrouding it, as shown in our image below. If you have trouble seeing through the thick fog, you can clear the fog by building Wisp Torches and Wisplights via a Wisp Fountain in Valheim.
For more on Valheim, we at Pro Game Guides have you covered with guides like How to make and use a Black Forge in Valheim and How to make and use a Galdr Table in Valheim.