The Valheim's Mistlands update included a ton of new melee and ranged weaponry in addition to a new magical approach to battle opponents in the game. Players that enter the Mists will be able to create new weapons, such as electric poles and poison axes. Players can now employ the potent crossbow Arbalest if they prefer ranged weapons. Enough Valheim Items are available for purchase in-game.
This is the first crossbow in all of Valheim, and it introduces special controls and requires users to create new projectiles. Although this weapon can inflict serious damage, it has drawbacks in close quarters. This instruction can be useful for individuals who want to create an Arbalest.
How to craft a crossbow in Valheim?
For a level 1 Black Forge, the formula for this weapon calls for 10 Wood, 8 Iron Ingots, and 4 Roots. The materials needed to manufacture this new crafting station, which was included in the Mistlands update on the public test branch of Valheim, are 10 Black Marbles, 10 Yggdrasil Wood, and 5 Black Cores. A level 1 Arbalest has a striking 210 knockback and a 200 Pierce damage stat. These are capable of taking down Valheim's strongest conventional bows. This weapon's durability is increased by 50 and its piercing damage is increased by 3 through an upgrade that costs 5 Wood, 4 Iron Ingots, and 1 Root.
However, this comes at an obvious cost, as the crossbow is difficult for players to use. First, the Arbalest takes about 4 seconds to fire a bolt. Second, this counter is reset by jumping and sprinting, which is an important part of avoiding enemies. The last downside of this weapon is its small durability stat (50), which is lower than most bows of the same quality in Valheim.
Where can I find the ingredients for Arbalest Cross?
The fact that none of these items are particular to the brand-new Mists biome makes this new weapon noteworthy. The simplest raw material to locate is wood, which may be gotten by cutting down beech and fir trees all around the planet of Valheim. When scrap iron is added to a working smelter, iron ingots are produced. The Muddy Scrap Pile is where you can mine Scrap Iron, which is most frequently found in the Swamp biome.
The Abomination of Valheim
The last component, the root, is a byproduct of the same hideous creatures that inhabit the swamp biome. Given their aggressive nature and resistance to fire damage, these creatures shouldn't be treated lightly. These monsters are even as difficult as Valheim's trolls, as one player proved. Luckily, killing one should provide the player with enough Roots to make an Arbalest. On mmoam.com, you may find further Valheim guides.