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23rd May '16 3:45:02 PM Tabs
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'Terraria'' focuses on exploring the gorgeous randomly generated world you're stranded in, to find resources to build a cozy home, equip yourself with armor and potions, befriend merchants, and defend your town from monsters. You start from scratch with little more than a pickaxe and some trees and end up crafting epic-level equipment to fight massive demons, dig cave systems throughout the land, and build a fortress that can withstand full-on goblin army invasions. You can share every world you create with your friends in single-player and multiplayer, and freely visit any map with any character.

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'Terraria'' focuses on exploring the gorgeous randomly generated world you're stranded in, to find resources to build a cozy home, equip yourself with armor and potions, befriend merchants, and defend your town from monsters. You start from scratch with little more than a pickaxe and some trees and end up crafting epic-level equipment to fight massive demons, dig cave systems throughout the land, and build a fortress that can withstand full-on goblin army invasions.Solar Eclipse events. You can share every world you create with your friends in single-player and multiplayer, and freely visit any map with any character.



* SkeletonsInTheCoatCloset: The Necro Armor is made of bones and cobwebs.

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* SkeletonsInTheCoatCloset: The Necro Armor is made of bones and cobwebs. The Fossil Armor, which appears to be a dinosaur skeleton, is made from Sturdy Fossils.



** The goblin sorcerer has the least hit points and defense in the goblin army, but they shoot projectiles that can travel through walls, making them the most dangerous enemies during a [[ZergRush goblin invasion]]. At least until you get to the [[BossInMookClothing goblin summoners]] in hardmode.

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** The goblin sorcerer has Goblin Sorcerers have the least hit points and defense in the goblin army, Goblin Army, but they shoot projectiles that can travel through walls, making them the most dangerous enemies during a [[ZergRush goblin Goblin invasion]]. At least until you get to the [[BossInMookClothing goblin summoners]] in hardmode.



* TakeYourTime: When the Goblin Army warning appears at dawn, and you are a good distance away from your base (assuming it's near the center of the map), there's no need to hurry there to fight them. The army will only arrive once you're close enough to your base; otherwise, you can delay the invasion simply by continuing what you're doing. When you do finally go home, the sequence will begin immediately, so it may not be wise to keep waiting until you've forgotten about the approaching goblins.



** The goblin army event causes more than 100 goblins to spawn on both sides of you and all come after you. Have fun killing warriors from right and left while pelted with arrows and magic from afar. The Pirate Invasion and Martian Madness events are similar, except with gun-toting pirates and ray gun-wielding aliens respectively.

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** The goblin army Goblin Army event causes more than 100 goblins to spawn on both sides of you and all come after you. Have fun killing warriors from right and left while pelted with arrows and magic from afar. The Pirate Invasion and Martian Madness events are similar, except with gun-toting pirates and ray gun-wielding aliens respectively.
23rd May '16 2:06:17 PM Tabs
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** If you're canny enough to survive in the Marble Cave mini-biome, Hoplites drop Javelins and Medusas may drop their heads. Javelins are strong throwing weapons for the early game and are dropped in large amounts by Hoplites, while Medusa's Head is easily one of the strongest pre-hardmode Magic weapons in terms of single-shot (chargeable) damage. Several players have reported easily stomping the Eater of Worlds or the eyeball minions of Brain of Cthulhu with just a few quick fully-charged blasts from the Head. (Un)fortunately, Medusa has become a Hardmode-only monster in the latest update.
** Fishing can net you several helpful items as soon as you can get some bait and a rod together. In addition to items you can fish up (such as potion ingredients, explosive Bomb Fish, and a jump-enhancing Balloon Pufferfish), you can also get crates, which can contain further items like the Tsunami in a Bottle, which grants a second jump, or the Falcon Blade, a fast and powerful (if somewhat short) sword you can get well before you can craft anything that surpasses it.

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** If you're canny enough to survive in the Marble Cave mini-biome, Hoplites drop Javelins and Medusas may drop their heads. Javelins are strong throwing weapons for the early game and are dropped in large amounts by Hoplites, while Medusa's Head is easily one of the strongest pre-hardmode Magic weapons in terms of single-shot (chargeable) damage. Several players have reported easily stomping the Eater of Worlds or the eyeball minions of Brain of Cthulhu with just a few quick fully-charged blasts from the Head. (Un)fortunately, Medusa has become a Hardmode-only monster in the latest update.
May 22, 2016 update, making their heads no longer available before Hardmode, while at least Javelins remain.
** Fishing can net you several helpful items as soon as you can get some bait and a rod together. In addition to items you can fish up (such as potion ingredients, explosive Bomb Fish, and a jump-enhancing Balloon Pufferfish), you can also get crates, which can contain further items like the Tsunami in a Bottle, which grants a second jump, or the Falcon Blade, a fast and powerful (if somewhat short) sword you can get well before you can craft anything that surpasses it. Fishing in the Ocean biome may nab you a Reaver Shark, a very powerful (pre-Hardmode-wise) pickaxe that can mine the first set of Hardmode ores.



** In a Corruption world, players can also bypass mineral armor sets by slaughtering Eaters of Souls which spawn frequently in Corruption for the Ancient Shadow Armor they drop. The pieces have the same stats and are interchangeable with Shadow Armor crafted from Eater of Worlds-dropped material.

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** In a Corruption world, players can also bypass mineral armor sets by slaughtering Eaters of Souls which (which spawn frequently in Corruption Corruption) for the Ancient Shadow Armor they drop. The pieces have the same stats and are interchangeable with Shadow Armor crafted from Eater of Worlds-dropped material.
22nd May '16 6:11:36 PM ironcommando
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** If you're canny enough to survive in the Marble Cave mini-biome, Hoplites drop Javelins and Medusas may drop their heads. Javelins are strong throwing weapons for the early game and are dropped in large amounts by Hoplites, while Medusa's Head is easily one of the strongest pre-hardmode Magic weapons in terms of single-shot (chargeable) damage. Several players have reported easily stomping the Eater of Worlds or the eyeball minions of Brain of Cthulhu with just a few quick fully-charged blasts from the Head.

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** If you're canny enough to survive in the Marble Cave mini-biome, Hoplites drop Javelins and Medusas may drop their heads. Javelins are strong throwing weapons for the early game and are dropped in large amounts by Hoplites, while Medusa's Head is easily one of the strongest pre-hardmode Magic weapons in terms of single-shot (chargeable) damage. Several players have reported easily stomping the Eater of Worlds or the eyeball minions of Brain of Cthulhu with just a few quick fully-charged blasts from the Head. (Un)fortunately, Medusa has become a Hardmode-only monster in the latest update.
20th May '16 10:58:09 AM Quanyails
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''[[http://www.terraria.org/ Terraria]]'' (pronounced similar to "Terrarium," [[http://terraria.gamepedia.com/Terrarium which is also an in-game item]]) is a very detailed 2D WideOpenSandbox indie game, created by Andrew "Redigit" Spinks and Jeremy "Blue" Guerrette. It was made available on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} on May 16, 2011. Version 1.1 came out on the 1st of December 2011, making the game more complex than it previously was. On October 1st, 2013 update 1.2 was released, which added over 1,000 items and other changes further increased the scope and general complexity of the game. The update introduced new biomes, enemies, and items. Version 1.3, which adds many new items and a new lunar event, was released for Windows on June 30th, 2015, with version 1.3.0.8 being the latest current version. A Mac and Linux version was opened in beta on July 23th, 2015 and released on August 12th 2015.

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''[[http://www.terraria.org/ Terraria]]'' (pronounced similar to "Terrarium," [[http://terraria.gamepedia.com/Terrarium which is also an in-game item]]) "Terrarium") is a very detailed 2D WideOpenSandbox indie game, created by Andrew "Redigit" Spinks and Jeremy "Blue" Guerrette. It was made available on UsefulNotes/{{Steam}} on May 16, 2011. Version 1.1 came out on the 1st of December 2011, making the game more complex than it previously was. On October 1st, 2013 update 1.2 was released, which added over 1,000 items and other changes further increased the scope and general complexity of the game. The update introduced new biomes, enemies, and items. Version 1.3, which adds many new items and a new lunar event, was released for Windows on June 30th, 2015, with version 1.3.0.8 being the latest current version. A Mac and Linux version was opened in beta on July 23th, 2015 and released on August 12th 2015.



* EvilIsVisceral: The Wall of Flesh. The Crimson Biome too- a fleshy, MeatMoss alternative to TheCorruption that also ''spreads into its surroundings''. Inhabitants include flesh-based monsters like the [[GiantSpider Blood Crawler]], [[NightmareFace Face Monster]], Crimera, Herpling, Ichor Sticker and the Brain of Cthulhu.

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* EvilIsVisceral: EvilIsVisceral:
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The Wall of Flesh. Flesh.
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The Crimson Biome too- too, which is a fleshy, MeatMoss alternative to TheCorruption that also ''spreads into its surroundings''. Inhabitants include flesh-based monsters like the [[GiantSpider Blood Crawler]], [[NightmareFace Face Monster]], Crimera, Herpling, Ichor Sticker and the Brain of Cthulhu.
20th May '16 10:56:15 AM Quanyails
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* EpicFlail: There are several large morning star style weapons in the game, the best of which can set enemies on fire or confuse them. The player can craft some of them, like the Meatball and the Dao of Pow.

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* EpicFlail: There are several large morning star style morningstar-style weapons in the game, the best of which can set enemies on fire or confuse them. The player can craft some of them, like the Meatball and the Dao of Pow.



** Version 1.2.4 adds the Recall Potions, which work just like the Magic Mirror only they don't use your mana.

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** Version 1.2.4 adds the Recall Potions, which work just like the Magic Mirror only they don't use your mana.mana and activate slightly faster.



** Simply getting more than 120 health, which means using your first two life crystals, makes blood moons possible.

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** Simply getting more than 120 health, which means using your first two life crystals, crystal, makes blood moons possible.
20th May '16 10:43:00 AM Quanyails
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** A minor one, but while playing in expert mode, bosses drop bags that contain their boss drops as well as an expert unique boss item. Bags from the hardmode bosses will sometimes have very rare costumes in them.

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** A minor one, but while While playing in expert mode, Expert Mode, bosses drop bags that contain their boss drops as well as an expert Expert unique boss item. Bags from the hardmode bosses will sometimes have very rare costumes in them.



** In expert mode, any player who fights a boss will get their own bag that is filled with boss drops. On normal mode it's a mad grab to try and get boss items, leaving co-operating players always left short of an item, and leaving people who are with more antagonistic or greedy players to hope that they don't get the short end of the stick by someone managing to steal all the boss drops. On Expert, each bag is filled with the full range of boss drops, so every player that fought it will get at least one unique boss item when opening a bag.

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** In expert mode, Expert Mode, any player who fights a boss will get their his/her own bag that is filled with boss drops. On normal mode Outside of Expert Mode, it's a mad grab to try and get boss items, leaving co-operating players always left short of an item, and leaving people who are with more antagonistic or greedy players to hope that they don't get the short end of the stick by someone managing to steal all the boss drops. On Expert, each bag is filled with the full range of boss drops, so every player that fought it will get at least one unique boss item when opening a bag.



** Wooden platforms. A simple, semi-solid platform you can jump or fall through with ease. They only require wood to make and don't even need a crafting station. Pretty much every boss strategy begins with the phrase "Build an arena out of wood platforms." There's simply more cheaper or effective way to put the terrain on your side than several long rows of wood platforms.

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** Wooden platforms. A simple, semi-solid platform you can jump or fall through with ease. They only require wood to make and don't even need a crafting station. Pretty much every boss strategy begins with the phrase "Build an arena out of wood platforms." There's simply no more cheaper or effective way to put the terrain on your side than several long rows of wood platforms.
20th May '16 10:38:11 AM Quanyails
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* AlwaysNight: The above ground mushroom biome; it automatically turns to night whenever you enter. Daytime's still preserved outside of the biome.

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* AlwaysNight: The above ground aboveground mushroom biome; it automatically turns to night whenever you enter. Daytime's still preserved outside of the biome.



** A number of players have commented on the rarity of Solar Eclipses in 1.2. 1.3 solved this by adding a Summon Item in the vein of the Frost and Pumpkin Medallions that causes the Solar Eclipse on demand, although you ''will'' need to harvest the components for it from the Jungle/Lizahard Temple. Likewise, 1.3.0.5 adds a Summon Item to trigger a fight with [[spoiler:The Moon Lord]] without having to go through an entire Invasion Event to make them spawn.

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** A number of players have commented on the rarity of Solar Eclipses in 1.2. 1.3 solved this by adding a Summon Item in the vein of the Frost and Pumpkin Medallions that causes the Solar Eclipse on demand, although you ''will'' need to harvest the components for it from the Jungle/Lizahard Jungle/Lihzahrd Temple. Likewise, 1.3.0.5 adds a Summon Item to trigger a fight with [[spoiler:The Moon Lord]] without having to go through an entire Invasion Event to make them spawn.
20th May '16 10:36:51 AM Quanyails
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* AprilFools: [[http://www.terrariaonline.com/threads/duke-fishron-and-the-aquarian-horde.137907/ In the form of a joke post about a new boss and new invasion that came alongside it.]] This becomes {{Foreshadowing}} when it turns out ''The boss, Duke Fishron, is a real thing (sans the invasion)''. Further foreshadowing with the same boss, the April Fools post claims that Duke Fishron demands a fair fight, and will scale its HP based on how many players are in the server. In 1.3's new expert mode, this is actually the case, where Duke Fishron's HP will increase the more players there are.

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* AprilFools: [[http://www.terrariaonline.com/threads/duke-fishron-and-the-aquarian-horde.137907/ In the form of a joke post about a new boss and new invasion that came alongside it.]] This becomes {{Foreshadowing}} when it turns out ''The boss, Duke Fishron, is a real thing (sans the invasion)''. Further foreshadowing with the same boss, the April Fools post claims that Duke Fishron demands a fair fight, and will scale its HP based on how many players are in the server. In 1.3's new expert mode, Expert Mode, this is actually the case, where Duke Fishron's HP will increase the more players there are.
17th May '16 1:08:40 PM Tabs
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* MercyInvincibility: Present for players, and played with for monsters -- due to how piercing weapons work, attacking an enemy with piercing projectiles will prevent them from taking any other piercing damage for a brief moment, meaning {{Multishot}} ranged weapons work better with single-impact ammunition.

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* MercyInvincibility: Present for players, and ** This is played with for monsters -- due to how piercing weapons work, attacking an enemy with piercing projectiles will prevent them from taking any other piercing damage for a brief moment, meaning {{Multishot}} ranged weapons work better with single-impact ammunition.



* {{Metroidvania}}: Exploration in the game is an important part of the game, you can find several valuable upgrades by spelunking underground as well as find rare ores and unqiue areas.

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* {{Metroidvania}}: Exploration in the game is an important part of the game, you can find several valuable upgrades by spelunking underground as well as find rare ores and unqiue areas.unique areas.
* MidAirBobbing: The Money Trough floats this way when summoned.



* MolotovCocktail: With some Torches, Ale, and Silk, you can make these in a pinch as of version 1.2.4.

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* MolotovCocktail: With some Torches, Ale, and Silk, you can make these in a pinch as of version 1.2.4.pinch.
13th May '16 2:33:04 AM Tabs
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* AllNaturalGemPolish: Once you mine a gem, it appears in its cut and polished form in your inventory.



* AnimeHair: Some of the hairstyles the player can choose from a character.



** The Skeleton Merchant throws bones at non-skeleton enemies.



** The Players can use cannons to rain fire on enemies.

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** The Players players can use cannons to rain fire on enemies.



* DepthPerplexion: Fire Imps can throw fireballs in front of blocks, but most of your projectiles get blocked by them.

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* DepthPerplexion: Fire Imps and caster-type enemies can throw fireballs in front of blocks, but most of your projectiles get blocked by them.



* DungeonShop: The Skeleton Merchant [=NPC=] randomly spawns underground, selling basic supplies and a few unique items, and allowing a player to sell items without returning home. However, he never appears in the actual Dungeon.

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* DungeonShop: The Skeleton Merchant [=NPC=] randomly spawns underground, selling basic supplies and a few unique items, and allowing a player to sell items without returning home. However, he never appears if the player is actually in the actual Dungeon.



* ElaborateUndergroundBase: [[AnInteriorDesignerIsYou You can, of course, build one]]. The Dungeon itself also qualifies.

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* ElaborateUndergroundBase: [[AnInteriorDesignerIsYou You can, of course, build one]]. The Dungeon itself also qualifies.qualifies since it goes from the surface to near-Underworld level.



** Defeating Plantera causes hardmode level enemies to spawn in the world's dungeon.
** Defeating Golem causes the Cultists to spawn at the entrance of the world's dungeon.

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** Defeating Plantera causes hardmode level enemies to spawn in the world's dungeon.
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** Defeating Golem causes the Cultists to spawn at the entrance of the world's dungeon.Dungeon.



** The Space Dolphin Machine Gun: it came from the Edge of Space (which itself might be a reference to that game.)

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** The Space Dolphin Machine Gun: it came from the Edge of Space (which itself might be a reference to that game.)game).



* GiantSpider: Wall Creepers, Jungle Creepers, Black Recluses, and Blood Crawlers, enemies that are about as long as the player is tall and can walk on background walls.
* GirlsWithMoustaches: The pool of possible hairstyles to choose for a character isn't limited by gender, so it's possible to have a female character with a beard.



* GrapplingHookPistol:
** From the lowly grappling hook all the way up to the anti-gravity hook. Once you get one, it becomes an essential part of your arsenal.

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* GrapplingHookPistol:
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GrapplingHookPistol: From the lowly grappling hook all the way up to the anti-gravity hook. Once you get one, it becomes an essential part of your arsenal.



* GuideDangIt: The game does its best to avert this for early game players. If you show your Guide an item, he will tell you what can be crafted from it. But to spawn more [=NPCs=], you need to build suitable houses for them. Each house needs a table, chair/bed, light source, and back wall, and must be within a certain range of dimensions; and there are some arbitrary restrictions on building materials (which may be a bug). The game will only tell you whether a house is suitable or not; figuring out ''why'' it isn't suitable requires lots of trial-and-error.
** Finding the [[FloatingContinent Floating Islands]] is often so ridiculously time-consuming that many players simply cheat by downloading a map viewer. For those who view this as against the spirit of ''Terraria'', good luck. Floating Islands can spawn anywhere above a certain altitude, and it's incredibly difficult to tell where they can be found without building a skybridge (which takes a ton of resources) or flying around in the sky with a [[GravityMaster Gravitation Potion]].
** Water Bolt, a spellbook hidden in the dungeon. It's hidden on the bookshelves in the dungeon, of which there are dozens, with nothing to draw attention to it at all. The only hint you get to its existence is that, if you're right on top of the shelf containing it, your mouse cursor will change when you mouse over it.

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* GuideDangIt: The game does its best to avert this for early game players. If you show your Guide an item, he will tell you what can be crafted from it. But to spawn more [=NPCs=], you need to build suitable houses for them. Each house needs a table, chair/bed, light source, and back wall, and must be within a certain range of dimensions; and there are some arbitrary restrictions on building materials (which may be a bug). The Beyond the table, chair, door, and light requirement, the game will only tell you whether a house is suitable or not; figuring out ''why'' it isn't suitable requires lots of trial-and-error.
** Finding the [[FloatingContinent Floating Islands]] is often so ridiculously time-consuming that many players simply cheat by downloading a map viewer. For those who view this as against the spirit of ''Terraria'', good luck. Floating Islands can spawn anywhere above a certain altitude, and it's incredibly difficult to tell where they can be found without building a skybridge (which takes a ton of resources) resources), using up a lot of rope, or flying around in the sky with a [[GravityMaster Gravitation Potion]].
** Water Bolt, a spellbook hidden in the dungeon. It's hidden on the bookshelves in the dungeon, of which there are dozens, with nothing to draw attention to it at all.other than its specific blue color. The only hint you get to its existence is that, if you're right on top of the shelf containing it, your mouse cursor will change when you mouse over it.



* HeartSymbol: Used to represent health in most cases. Crimson Hearts, found deep in the Crimson, are more anatomically correct in comparison, while the light pet they can drop are somewhere in between.



** The Blade of Grass is a fantastic replacement for just about any sword made from the common ores. It only takes a trip to the jungle (albeit a dangerous one for underequipped, new characters) and killing enough hornets for their stingers, as well as the naturally spawning jungle spores. [[hottip:*:[--Compared to the Light's Bane/Blood Butcherer which requires killing a boss to reliably acquire materials for construction, the Muramasa, which requires killing a boss AND looting a key to open a chest which contains one(while surviving the much more dangerous environment), and the Fiery Greatsword, which requires a hellstone capable pick and the ability to survive the inherent risks of a lava environment--].]]

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** The Blade of Grass is a fantastic replacement for just about any sword made from the common ores. It only takes a trip to the jungle (albeit a dangerous one for underequipped, new characters) and killing enough hornets for their stingers, as well as the naturally spawning jungle spores. [[hottip:*:[--Compared to the Light's Bane/Blood Butcherer which requires killing a boss to reliably acquire materials for construction, the Muramasa, which requires killing a boss AND looting a key to open a chest which contains one(while one (while surviving the much more dangerous environment), and the Fiery Greatsword, which requires a hellstone capable Hellstone-capable pick and the ability to survive the inherent risks of a lava environment--].]]



* InstantGravestone: Dying will spawn a tombstone stating your cause of death. You can then dig it up if you like.

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* InstantGravestone: Dying will spawn a tombstone stating your cause of death. You can then dig it up and change its message if you like.



* InterfaceScrew: The Blind and Blackout debuffs darken the screen. Getting a Brain Suckler latched onto your head reduces your vision to an absolute minimum around the character.

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* InterfaceScrew: The Blind and Blackout debuffs darken the screen. Getting a Brain Suckler latched onto your head reduces your vision to an absolute minimum around the character. The Confused debuff reverses controls.



* KilledOffForReal: If you die as a hardcore character, you don't respawn. Instead you can wander around as a ghost, and upon exiting the world the character is deleted.

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* KilledOffForReal: If you die as a hardcore character, you don't respawn. Instead you can wander around as a ghost, and upon exiting the world world, the character is deleted.



** As of 1.3, the ''nurse'' of all people is fond of them, having poisoned throwing knives as her weapon of choice. It's a little unnerving that your healer has such a deadly weapon.
** There's also the Psycho mob from the Solar Eclipse event, confirmed by the devs to be a reference to ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'', he uses a knife to attack and drops the [[http://terraria.gamepedia.com/Psycho_Knife Psycho Knife]], which stealths you when wielded and gives a massive damage boost in the process.

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** As of 1.3, 3 gave NPCs weapons to defend themselves against enemies. The Merchant uses Throwing Knives, and the ''nurse'' of all people is fond of them, having poisoned throwing knives as her weapon of choice. It's a little unnerving that your healer Angler has such a deadly weapon.
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** There's also the Psycho mob from the Solar Eclipse event, confirmed by the devs to be a reference to ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'', he ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}''. He uses a knife to attack and drops the [[http://terraria.gamepedia.com/Psycho_Knife Psycho Knife]], which stealths you when wielded and gives a massive damage boost in the process.



* RegeneratingHealth: Health slowly regenerates, with the rate slowly increasing over time but resetting when taking damage. The Band of Regeneration, Celestial Charm, Shiny Stone, campfires, Heart Lanterns, and touching honey (the boost sticks around after you leave the honey for a short period) provide a significant increase in the rate. A couple of types of armor, Crimson and Palladium, also increase your regeneration rate.

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* RegeneratingHealth: Health slowly regenerates, with the rate slowly increasing over time but resetting when taking damage. The Band of Regeneration, Celestial Charm, Shiny Stone, campfires, Heart Lanterns, and touching honey (the boost sticks around after you leave the honey for a short period) provide a significant increase in the rate. A couple of types of armor, Crimson and Palladium, also increase your regeneration rate. Curiously, harmless critters also regenerate health, assuming they're not killed in a single hit.



** There are numerous methods available to enter the Lihzahrd Temple before defeating Plantera. You can teleport in using a Rod of Discord or two teleporter pads from the Steampunker [=NPC=], or you can use actuators to "disable" the blocks in your way and walk in. Entering the Lihzahrd Temple early can get you access to advanced traps and unique furniture items, but the Golem boss still can't be summoned unless you defeat Plantera first.

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** There are numerous methods available to enter the Lihzahrd Temple before defeating Plantera. You can teleport in using a Rod of Discord or two teleporter pads from the Steampunker [=NPC=], or you can place angled blocks around the door and use actuators Actuators to "disable" the blocks in your way them and walk in. Entering the Lihzahrd Temple early can get you access to advanced traps and unique furniture items, but the Golem boss still can't be summoned unless you defeat Plantera first.



** In a Corruption world, players can also bypass mineral armor sets by slaughtering Eaters of Souls which spawn frequently in Corruption for the Ancient Shadow Armor they drop. The pieces have the same stats and are interchangeable with Shadow Armor crafted from Eater of Worlds-dropped material.



* ThisIsGonnaSuck: The message displayed when The Twins are about to spawn is "This is going to be a terrible night..."



** Attempt to run away from the Wall of Flesh, and it'll give you a debuff called "The Tongue," which basically means it reels you back in for heavy contact damage. If a player attempts to warp back to spawn, the Wall of Flesh instakills them instead.

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** Getting too far away from King Slime or leaving him in a small space will make him teleport to you.
** Attempt to run away from the Wall of Flesh, and it'll give you a debuff called "The Tongue," which basically means it reels you back in for heavy contact damage. If a player attempts to warp back to spawn, the Wall of Flesh instakills them instead.instead, accompanied by a special [[HaveANiceDeath death message]].



** The goblin army event causes more than 100 goblins to spawn on both sides of you and all come after you. Have fun killing warriors from both directions while pelted with arrows and magic from afar. The Pirate Invasion and Martian Madness events are similar, except with gun-toting pirates and ray gun wielding aliens respectively.

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** A player can (sort of) create one by using a Battle Potion and Water Candle together during a Blood Moon. All three increase spawn rate and raise the limit of on-screen enemies.
** The goblin army event causes more than 100 goblins to spawn on both sides of you and all come after you. Have fun killing warriors from both directions right and left while pelted with arrows and magic from afar. The Pirate Invasion and Martian Madness events are similar, except with gun-toting pirates and ray gun wielding gun-wielding aliens respectively.
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