Valheim — Shrines & Rituals

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Introduction

“Concept art” for small shrine
Screen to simply show the rough size. A bowl with some runes surrounding it that can be placed on a wall.
Not really sure about the basket, but my drawing skills are very limited
Screen to simply show the rough size. This one’s considerably larger and is a stand-alone building
Imagine it adorned with amber pearls and stuff.
Screen to simply show the rough size. This one is b i g. Only the best for our deities!

Rituals

sAll three shrine mock-ups for comparison
  1. Not every trophy can be used for every resource. I thought of two possibilities here. One possibility is that there are strict pairings (ie Greydwarf Shaman Trophy can be used to get Finewood) Another idea is making it biome-based. So all Black Forest trophies can be used to get all resources found in Black Forest. Possibly harder creatures or higher tier resource have different possibilities.
  2. Instead of Resin, you can use 1 coal per 2 Resource/Trophy you sacrifice to improve the result.
  3. Instead of Resin, you can use 1 Surtling core per 5 Resource/Trophy you sacrifice to improve the result even further
  1. You may get a debuff that prevents you personally from sacrificing again, similar to Boss Powers.
  2. Once you start the ritual, you get the reward but “burning” might continue for a while and block the shrine from being used.
  3. Specific Rituals might also require specific conditions such as being in a certain biome, time zone or weather.

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Gamer, gaming industry wanderer, development and design enthusiast. Current WIP: TBD

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