Valheim lists all available armors.
Here, in Valheim’s guide features a list of all armors. Each piece of equipment has different stats, so pay attention to what kind you’re looking for!
You can also see what each armor set looks like with the corresponding screenshot
You need armor for your character but don’t want to sacrifice movement or agility? Ragged Armor provides a basic set of protection without compromising mobility.
Building a workbench and acquiring some leather scraps from animals around you are all you need to craft this armor early on in the game.
Ragged Armor consists of the following pieces:
Rag tunic: armor 1, weight 2;
Rag pants: armor 1, weight 2.
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Light weight, no speed limits – leather armor is the epitome of convenience and comfort. Four pieces are all you need to craft this sleek outfit after upgrading your workbench to level two
Leather Armor consists of the following items:
Leather helmet: armor 2, weight 1;
Leather tunic: armor 2, weight 5;
Leather pants: armor 2, weight 5;
Deer hide cape: armor 1, weight 4.
Troll Armor is the third set of armor that you will be able to craft. This armor can only be made once you have reached Level 3 for your Workbench and acquired enough materials from the Trolls living in the Black Forest biomes.
This armor gives off a hefty dose of protection but doesn’t affect how fast your character moves or anything like that- perfect for those who want to go toe-to-toe with enemies without slowing down whatsoever!
Troll Armor consists of the following items:
Troll leather helmet: armor 6, weight 1;
Troll leather tunic: armor 6, weight 5;
Troll leather pants: armor 6, weight 5;
Troll hide cape: armor 1, weight 4.
Complete armor bonus (4 pieces): 25% to stealth.
Bronze armor can provide more protection than other types of armors, but reduces mobility by 10%. You’ll need to mine for metal ore, smelt it down into bars and make a forge at level one before you can craft this type of armor.
Bronze Armor includes the following items:
Bronze helmet: armor 8, weight 3;
Bronze plate cuirass: armor 8, weight 10, movement speed -5%;
Bronze plate leggings: armor 8, weight 10, movement speed -5%.
This metal armor can withstand damage and protect you from fire, but it is also very heavy. As such, these pieces of armor will slow down your character’s movement by a hefty 10%.
To make this durable gear, you’ll need to have a level one blacksmithing perk and access to an iron bar and some leather strips from the local deer population.
Iron Armor consists of the following items:
Iron helmet: armor 14, weight 3;
Iron scale mail: armor 14, weight 15, movement speed -5%;
Iron greaves: armor 14, weight 15, movement speed -5%.
The armor that was made for hunting wolves was one of the most sought-after items around.
Forged only by expert blacksmiths, this armor came with many hidden advantages; it protects from the cold, it can withstand high impact blows and stabs as if they were nothing at all, but these armors would always cost a little extra gold just because they’re so hard to produce.
The Wolf Armor includes the following items:
Drake helmet: armor 20, weight 3;
Wolf armor chests: armor 20, weight 15, frost resistance, movement speed -5%;
Wolf armor legs: armor 20, weight 15, movement speed -5%
Wolf fur cape: armor 1, weight 4, frost resistance.
There are many different types of armors you can wear when fighting battles or exploring dungeons. But there is no armor as tough and strong as Padded Armor, which requires plenty of materials to craft.
If you plan on fighting in heated combat or exploring deep dark caves, then making yourself some Padded Armor could be beneficial for your survival.
Padded Armor includes the following items:
Padded helmet: armor 26, weight 3;
Padded cuirass: armor 26, weight 10, movement speed -5%;
Padded greaves: armor 26, weight 10, movement speed -5%;
Linen cape: armor 1, weight 4.