Valheim Windmill Guide

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This Valheim Windmill guide will explain how to build a windmill, what they can be used for, and even where the best place is to put them. Valheim is in an extended period of Early Access and still receives updates. It has been well-received over on Steam from those who have played it.

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*Note: The content in this article is accurate as of the time of writing and does not account for any future updates to the game*

Valheim Windmill Tips

The Windmill becomes available to build after you’ve killed Moder which allows you to make an Artisan Table. You can then build the Windmill using the following:

  • 30 Iron Nails
  • 30 Wood
  • 20 Stone

The Windmill is used to turn Barley into Flour. It can hold up to 50 barley and would produce 20 flour from this. They also can be useful to kill Deathsquitos as the spinning blades actually deal damage.

The speed at which the windmill operates can be changed based on wind speed, in windier areas it will produce Flour quickly so placing it in a clear, larger open area somewhere high above sea level should provide a constant flow of wind to turn Barley to Flour.

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That is all for this Valheim Windmill guide. Did we omit anything? Is there any other Valheim content you’d like to see? Be sure to chime in and let us know.

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