You can find the chests lying on the floor of the broken-down building, or you can look for the ship-shaped stones. To find the chest, you need a pickaxe to dig up the whole area with the ship-shaped rocks, as shown in the image below.
When you dig, you’ll find three kinds of things. One is a chest that you’ll find under the ground. You can open it to find treasures and other things, then trade them with the trader to get money and buy other things. You can also find bones and skeletons, which can be used to make things. Coins, which are hard to find, are the last thing you can find.
Valheim – How To Find Buried Treasure
Where can I find treasure in Valheim?
You need a Pickaxe to find Valheim Buried Treasure. At the very least, you need the Antler Pickaxe, which you can get by killing Eikthyr, the first boss. Once you have that, look around the Meadows biome until you find a patch of bare ground surrounded by standing stones, like in the pictures above and below.
Can you bury chests Valheim?
The treasure chest can’t be broken, so you don’t have to worry when you dig. Once you’ve found the treasure, you can try to dig through all of the stones to find the rest of it.
Can you dig down in Valheim?
The terrain depth in this game is a little strange because it depends on how deep you dug into the original terrain. A few meters away, the ground would have been lower to begin with, so you would have been able to dig to a lower depth overall.
What happens if you dig down in Valheim?
This can be used to construct moats around your Valheim base and carve a river through low ground for your Karve to follow to the base. With the pickaxe, you can not only dig, but also begin to break down copper and tin ore deposits, which can then be converted into bronze and used to create new weapons and armor.
Can I keep treasure I find?
The finder’s rights are determined by the classification of the discovered property. If the found property is lost, abandoned, or a treasure trove, the person who discovered it gets to keep it unless the original owner claims it (so the rule is “finders keepers” unless the original owner claims it).