One Valheim player has taken their love of Star Wars to a medieval extent with a full-scale model of the Millennium Falcon.
Clearly, the building capabilities in Valheim have reached galactic heights as more and more players are coming forward with their extraordinary builds. From thinking with portals to soaring through the stars, there appear to be no limits beyond one's imagination. In fact, one warrior has found inspiration beyond the gaze of the all-knowing Greybeard, himself.
Valheim Player Builds Millennium Falcon
Reddit user Colonel-James-Parker took to the Valheim subreddit board on Feb. 20 to post their test build of a walkable Millennium Falcon made entirely in-game. Dubbed the "Millennium Longboat," Colonel-James-Parker's construction includes a boardable on-ramp up to the ship, multiple spacious corridors, plenty of rooms to smuggle cargo, and the iconic bridge section often occupied by Han Solo and his co-pilot, Chewbacca. The "Valheim architect" even when as far as to place green torches along the back outer wall to mimic the Falcon's thrust engines in use.
The reactions were overwhelmingly positive with several users in awe of the sight and others making fandom references from the series.
User Iconnak said, "This is honestly the most impressive build I've seen, since the game came out."
"Valheim architects are unstoppable," harborspirit commented.
"What a piece of junk!" Wrote user kciuq1, to which another, danr246, replied, "She'll make .5 past lightspeed. She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts, kid. I've made a lot of special modifications myself."
"'It's the ship that made the Iron Run in less than twelve Minutes. I've outrun Imperial Troll Boats. Not the local bulk cruisers mind you, I'm talking about the big swamp ships now. She's fast enough for you old man. What's the cargo?'" User Solgiest chimed in, adding to the trend.
User moyako summed up a third reaction to the post, writing, "And here I am. Struggling with a simple bridge over a small river."
It goes without saying that truly any build is possible for the talented creatives of Yggdrasil's tenth realm. For now, however, it appears the only thing taking off a galaxy far, far away is the impressive growth of Valheim, itself.
Valheim is currently available in Early Access on Windows and Linux machines for $19.99 via Steam.