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How to Find Soft Tissue in Valheim

Another resource that's going to take some time to find.
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Though Valheim’s world is easy on the eyes, its gameplay can be anything but, making players take every step with stride as they scavenge the world for supplies. And that can be easier said than done as well, thanks to the dangers that the world places on them.

But if you’re a player looking for the Soft Tissue resource in Valheim, then we may be able to help you track down its source so that you can utilize it as needed. So, let’s explain how to find Soft Tissue in Valheim!

How to find soft tissue in Valheim

If you’re looking for Soft Tissue, then chances are you’re looking to craft Eitr. Combining Soft Tissue with typical Sap at the Eitr Refinery will do just that, so long as you know where to find that Soft Tissue. Not only can Soft Tissue be a major component in refined Eitr, but it’s also a useful resource node as well. So it serves multiple purposes.

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In order to get your hands on some Soft Tissue though, you’re going to have to make a bit of a trek, as it can only be found within the Mistlands. Though it can be found in various ways in the Mistlands, so it won’t be too uncommon to find.

The easiest way to find Soft Tissue in the Mistlands is going to be by picking it from Giants Remains, more particularly, their skulls. You can do this by harvesting it from the skull’s resource node. Just make sure you’re doing so by mining it with at least a Black Metal Pickaxe, though something stronger would help you extract it much quicker.

Other ways of coming across Soft Tissue include it being dropped after you kill Dvergr Mages or Rogues, as well as it being found within the Dvergr’s own campgrounds and such, hidden inside of Dvergr Crates. Just make sure to bust the crates open to locate the goodies inside.

Well, that’s all you need to know about how to find Soft Tissue in Valheim! If you found this guide helpful, then consider checking out some of our other helpful resources, such as “How to Make and Use A Cartography Table in Valheim”. And don’t forget to like Gamer Journalist on Facebook to be kept up to date with all of the latest Valheim news!

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