In Valheim, one of the most important stats is one’s level of comfort. It isn’t determined by your character; rather, it is determined by the progress of your base. It has an effect on how long your well-rested buff lasts, which is important when visiting places like the swamp, where it rains constantly. The buff aids in health and stamina regeneration, and you’ll want to keep it on for as long as you can – exploring without it can be dangerous. This guide will show you how to improve your comfort level in Valheim, as well as how to make your Dragon Bed!
The term “Comfort Level” refers to the items in your base. A simple shelter with a roof and a fire will provide you with a small Comfort Level, allowing you to rest for a short period. This time helps you regain stamina and health more quickly, but it runs out if you leave your base.
If you want to get more Rested Time, you must raise your Comfort Level. Valheim, on the other hand, doesn’t tell you how to do it. Fortunately, we know exactly what you need to do to get the most out of your comfort.
Level 9 Comfort requires the following:
- Deer rug
Make your Dragon Bed if you want even more comfort! It has a level of comfort of 2. (a normal bed only has a comfort level of 1).
Get the following items:
- 40x Fine Wood
- 7x Deer Hide
- 4x Wolf Pelt
- 10x Feathers
- 5x Iron Nails
For added comfort, a wolf rug and a lox rug can be added. Wolves can be found in the Mountains, while Lox can be found in the Plains, both of which are a bit older than the Bronze Age but still accessible.
Valheim players can currently reach a maximum Comfort Level of 17. This is possible if you have the following:
- Dragon Bed
- Raven Throne
- Wolf Rug
- Lox Rug
- Deer Rug
Again, you must have all of these items near you to maintain your Comfort Level. You’ll get a 24:00 Rested bonus if you reach the maximum level.