Do you want to know how to tame boars in Valheim? Here’s how to make friends with these deceptively formidable monsters so you can breed them in this guide.
You’ll need to be ready to find new ways to keep your village viable as your community grows amid the Norse-inspired vistas of Valheim.
Despite the fact that hunting and gathering reign supreme at first, Iron Gate Studio’s survival game will push you to adapt in lockstep with the world around you, introducing you to the concept of breeding animals for food and resources.
The boar is one of the most desirable animals to add to your collection, thanks to their frightening tusks and aggressive disposition. So, if you’ve been wondering how to tame a boar in Valheim, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve broken down everything you need to know.
How do you breed boars In Valheim?
While you may be taming your boar just for the sake of having a snorting buddy in crime, you’re more than likely breeding them in order to obtain some mischievous little piglets.
In order to raise boars in Valheim, you must:
Obtain two bores — after all, it takes two to tango.
Keep both bores properly nourished in order to achieve “happy” status rather than “hungry” status.
When both animals are content, they will mate and produce a piggy.
How do you tame boars In Valheim?
Valheim’s pig population is not to be trifled with, despite their lovely small tusks and cute snorts.
Because of their ferocious nature, you’ll need to be cautious while attempting to offer the olive branch, so here are our top recommendations for taming wild boars:
- Make a confined space for your boar with only one gate.
- Because of the high rate of boar spawning, we recommend performing this in the Meadows.
- Aggro a boar, but make sure to keep a watchful eye on it so you don’t lose it.
- Attract it to the pen.
- Close the gate after you’ve snuck away.
- Throw some berries, mushrooms, and carrots at the boar.
- Because the animal is hostile, toss it some grub and then back away from it. The boar will calm down and begin to feed as a result of this.
- Continue doing so until the yellow “acclimating” bar reaches 100%.
- The boar will thereafter be marked as “tamed” in the bar.
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