Do you want to turn your Valheim character into a chimera creature with a skyscraper torso and legs that resemble a barstool? Me neither, but, uh, now you can!
An0nymooose’s “BoneMod” (via Rock Paper Shotgun) lets you customise the scale of your character’s bones via in-game chat commands. Whereas normally, Valheim character creation is a pretty constrained process, the mod grants you granular control over your Viking afterlife resident’s jaw, head, chest, neck, spine, arms, legs, hands, and feet.
While you could probably make a perfectly sensible-looking guy, gal, or non-binary pal with this mod, An0nymooose has elected to show off its versatility with some real gnarly boys, like Stretch Headstrong here:
And the beautiful King Torso:
And how could we forget Chinwag, the poutiest of Odin’s many sons:
Many mods these days introduce long-requested quality of life features or ideas that developers left on the drawing board. But we mustn’t forget the modders who begin with an inane idea, say, “Why not?”, and see it through to completion. They are the bravest of all — no Bonemasses about it.
While playing Valheim the other night, a friend and I spent an ungodly amount of time digging a trench and physically pushing Greylings through it, into a house, so they could be our pets. It was fiddly, sometimes infuriating work. Also, deeply unethical. If we had this mod, it would...Read more
Valheim rules. Exploring is fun, building is fun, kiting trolls around islands while crying quietly to yourself as you tap dance on the razor’s edge of death is fun. But nothing is perfect, especially not early access games. So I don’t think we need to kid ourselves here: Valheim’s inventory...Read more
You know how Valheim has spooky little mounds that spawn infinite enemies? And you know how you can use your hoe to move earth around and create, say, a pillar? And you know how it’s possible to surround that pillar with, say, campfires? And build, say, a fence around all...Read more