Terraria: Every Potion And What It Does (2022)

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There is no shortage of potions available to the player in Terraria. Here are all of them, how to get them, and what they'll do.

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There are dozens and dozens of different potions in Terraria, from simple healing potions to sophisticated brews that offer impressive buffs for the trickiest boss fights on the highest difficulty.

The importance of potions in Terraria definitely grows when you start tackling the game in Expert and Master Mode (check out our tips for the impossible Master Mode), but there are potions with uses for even casual players. Here's a comprehensive list of every potion in Terraria, including what they do, how to get them, and why you might bother with them at all.

Note: Most, if not all, of the potions you can craft require Bottled Water.

Healing Potions In Terraria

Healing potions are your best friend in Terraria. They are literally life-saving. From the humble Mushroom plucked from the soil to the complex endgame Super Healing Potion that heals a whopping 200 health with one gulp, you're going to need these potions throughout your Terraria run. Here's a look at each healing potion in Terraria:

  • The Mushroom, basic, scrumptious, and found everywhere - the Mushroom heals15hp
  • Lesser Healing Potionsarecrafted from a Mushroom and two Gel, and will heal 50 points of health.
  • The Basic Healing Potion, crafted with Lesser Healing Potions and some Glowing Mushrooms, restores 100 Health
  • Greater Healing Potion, only available in Hardmode and crafted with Pixie Dust, and Crystal Shards, restores 150 health
  • The Super Healing Potion, an Endgame Healing potion that restores 200 health, crafted with Nebula, Solar, Stardust, and Vortex Fragments (sometimes dropped by the Moon Lord)

Some other options include Bottled Honey, sometimes dropped by the Queen Bee, that restores 80 health; the yummy Christmas Eggnog, found in Presents during the Christmas event (80 health), and the Honeyfin, morea food item than a potion, that can be found when fishing in honey.

Mana Potions In Terraria

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Mana is a useful tool in Terraria, especially if you're opting for a Magic Build (check out our complete Magic Build guide in Terraria 1.4 for some tips). Like Health, you will need to constantly replenish your mana if you want to succeed with spells in Terraria. Here's a list of all the mana potions in Terraria:

  • Lesser Mana Potion, typically the base starting point for any sort of mana regeneration, found in pots dotted around your world and restores 50 mana.
  • The Mana Potion, a straight upgrade to the Lesser Mana Potion, restores100 mana
  • Greater Mana Potion, there's no way to craft this one, but it can be purchased from your friendly Wizard NPC for 5 silver, and used to restore 200 mana
  • Super Mana Potion, the endgame mana potion, crafted from Greater Mana Potions, Fallen Stars, Crystal Shards, and Unicorn Horns, and restores 300 mana

In Terraria 1.4, you can also craft the Restoration Potion, using Mushrooms, Glowing Mushrooms, Pink Gel, and Bottles. This restores Health and Mana at the same time.

Buff Potions In Terraria

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This is where things get really tasty. There are loads and loads of Buff Potions in Terraria, with specific potions for each class and playstyle available in the game. Here's a look at the potions, divided up by combat, utility, and other general buffs that might come in useful.

Combat Buff Potions in Terraria

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Combat buffs can make a huge difference in those tricky boss fights. From a simple Archer Potion for an early game takedown of the Eye of Cthulu to the stacks of buffs you'll have by the endgame battle with the Moon Lord, here's a list of every combat buff potion in Terraria:

  • Archery Potion, crafted with Daybloom and a Lens, increases arrow speed and damage by 20 percent
  • Ammo Reservation Potion, crafted with Double Cod and Moonglow, offers a 20 percent chance not to consume your ammo
  • Endurance Potion, crafted with an Armored Cavefish and Blinkroot, reduces overall damage taken by 10 percent (can be very useful in boss fights)
  • Heartreach Potion, crafted with Crimson Tigerfish and Daybloom, increases the range with which you can pick up life hearts
  • Inferno Potion, crafted with a Flarefin Koi, Obsidifish, and Fireblossm, sets enemies on fire around you for four minutes
  • Ironskin Potion, Daybloom, and Lead or Iron ore, a great early game melee build potion that increases your defense by eight
  • Lifeforce Potion, Prismite, Moonglow, Shiverthorn, Waterleaf, increases max life by 20 percent (quite tricky to craft with lots of different resources needed, but a good combat boost)
  • Magic Power Potion, crafted with Moonglow, Deathweed, and Fallen Stars, offers a 20 percent boost to magic damage (perfect for a magic build)
  • Rage Potion, crafted with Hemopirana and Deathweed, increases critical damage chance by 10 percent for four minutes
  • Thorns Potion, crafted from Deathweed, Cactus, Worm Tooth, and a Stinger, causes attackers to also take damage
  • Wrath Potion, crafted with Ebonkoi and Deathweed, increases overall damage by 10 percent

Utility Buff Potions In Terraria

Potions and buffs in Terraria aren't just about combat. There aremany potions that can help you in other areas of the game, such as mining, building (especially if you want to build the most realistic house you can), and exploration. Here's a closer look:

  • Battle Potion, crafted with Deathweed and Rotten Chunks or Vertebra, increases spawn rate for seven minutes, ideal if you're trying to farm for an item drop or resources
  • Calming Potion, crafted with Damselfish and Daybloom, basically the opposite of the Battle Potion, reduces enemy spawning rate, for when you want to mine or build in peace
  • Dangersense Potion, crafted with Shiverthorn and Cobweb, highlights danger sources (including traps, which is super useful when spelunking)
  • Featherfall Potion, crafted with Daybloom, Blinkroot, and Feather, reduces falling speed for 10 minutes, good for searching for Floating Islands with the gravity potion
  • Flipper Potion:crafted from Shiverthorn and Waterleaf, lets you move faster in liquids
  • Gills Potion: crafted from Coral and Waterleaf,lets you breathe underwater, perfect for exploring the Ocean biome or deep underwater caves, especially when paired with the Flipper Potion
  • Greater Luck Potion,crafted with Waterleaf, Lady Bug, and Pink Pearl, luck is a new mechanic introduced in 1.4 that determines drop rate from enemies, drink this potion to raise the chances of item drops
  • Hunter Potion, crafted with Daybloom, Blinkroot, and Shark Fin, highlights the location of enemies
  • Invisibility Potion, crafted from Blinkroot and Moonglow, makes you invisible and lowers enemy spawn rate for three minutes
  • Mining Potion, crafted with Antlion Mandible and Blinkroot, increases mining speed by 25 percent for those speedy mining trips
  • Night Owl Potion,crafted with Daybloom and Blinkroot, increases night vision, basically lets you see in the dark
  • Obsidian Skin Potion, crafted with Fireblossom, Waterleaf, and Obsidian, grants immunity to lava (ideal for exploring the Underworld)
  • Shine Potion,crafted with Daybloom and Glowing Mushroom, emits a bubble of light around you
  • Spelunker Potion,crafted with Blinkroot, Moonglow, and Platinum or Gold Ore, one of the best potions in the game as it highlights treasure and ore
  • Thorns Potion,crafted with Blinkroot and Cactus, increases movement speed by 25 percent
  • Water Walking Potion,crafted with Waterleaf and Shark Fin, lets you walk on water

Fishing Potions In Terraria

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Fishing is a lucrative activity in Terraria. You can check out our list of the best fishing rods in Terraria here, or read on to take a closer look at the fishing potions available in the game.

  • Fishing Potion,crafted with Crispy Honey Block and Water Leaf, increases your base fishing power for eight minutes
  • Crate Potion,crafted with Amber, Moonglow, Shiverthorn, and Water Leaf, increases your chance to get a crate when fishing for three minutes

Many of the potions in Terraria require fish to craft, so you'll find yourself fishing quite a lot. You might as well craft these potions to make your trips a bit more useful.

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Flasks In Terraria

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Flasks are useful melee and whip-specific potions that are crafted at an Imbuing Station. Only one can be drunk and utilized at a time, but they can be very useful for providing significant buffs.

  • Flask of Cursed Flames,crafted with Cursed Flame, imbues your weapon with Cursed Flames and causes Cursed Inferno
  • Flask of Fire,crafted with Hellstone,causes the On Fire! debuff to your enemy
  • Flask of Gold,crafted with Gold Dust, inflicts Midas on your enemies (increases coin drop when you kill an enemy, perfect if you're going for some of the most expensive items in the game)
  • Flask of Ichor, crafted with Ichor, causes your opponent's defense to drop when hit
  • Flask of Nanites,crafted with Nanites, causes the Confused debuff in your enemies
  • Flask of Party,crafted with Confetti, creates a Confetti explosion when you hit enemies (this one's just for a bit of fun)
  • Flask of Poison,crafted with Stingers, debuffs your enemies with Poison that does damage over time
  • Flask of Venom,crafted with Vial of Venom, debuffs your enemies with Acid Venom which prevents health regen and deals damage over time, basically a stronger version of Poison

Other General Potions In Terraria

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There are some other general potions in Terraria that do not fit comfortably in the above categories. They include the following:

  • Recall Potion:crafted with a Specular Fish and either Daybloom or Deathweed, teleports you to your spawn point, great for the early game when you don't have a Magic Mirror yet
  • Teleportation Potion:crafted with Chaos Fish, Fireblossom, and on PC, Blinkroot as well, teleports you to a random location
  • Wormhole Potion: crafted with Specular Fish and Blinkroot, transports you to another team member's location that you select

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FAQs

What is the best potion in Terraria? ›

Super Healing Potion is a potion that heals 200 health. Consumption will trigger the Potion Sickness debuff. Though their crafting cost is fairly significant, they are the highest tier of healing potion in the game. They are also dropped by the Moon Lord.

How many different potions are there in Terraria? ›

There are currently 40 different kinds of potions. Most potions are created at the Alchemy Station, though Lesser Healing Potions/Mana Potions can be bought from the Merchant in addition to be being crafted.

What potions should I use for bosses Terraria? ›

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How many potions can you drink in Terraria? ›

Originally posted by Dsccely: yes, the maximus amount of buffs you can have is 22, that includes enviromental, pets, light pets and armour buffs.

Is there a luck potion in Terraria? ›

The Greater Luck Potion gives +0.3 luck for 5 minutes, followed by the equivalent of a "regular" Luck Potion (5 more minutes). This in turn consists of 2 minutes of +0.2 luck, followed by the equivalent of the Lesser Luck Potion, which provides 3 minutes of +0.1 luck.

What does Plantera drop? ›

Plantera drops a Temple Key upon defeat, allowing access to the Jungle Temple.

Does thorns potion work on bosses? ›

It deals a little knock back to most pre harm ode mobs but doesn't make that big of a difference. In a boss fight it really only helps you in a way that just deals a tiny bit of extra damage.

What does luck do in Terraria? ›

Luck is a hidden statistic that influences the random nature of various activities in Terraria. There are various ways to increase and decrease this statistic, such as buff potions and Torch placement. Players can estimate their luck value by speaking to the Wizard.

How do you summon King slime? ›

If 150 slimes are killed by players, lava, traps, and/or summoned minions during the Slime Rain event, King Slime will spawn.

Do archery potions affect guns? ›

No. Potions, buffs, and items that improve "arrow" damage only affect weapons that shoot arrows. If you use guns, you'll want to be looking for things that affect "ranged" damage.

What does a Titan potion do in Terraria? ›

The Titan Potion can help deal with large crowds of enemies, pushing them away for a while.

What is Princess fish used for? ›

Princess Fish are a type of Hardmode fish which are found uncommonly by fishing in the Hallow in any layer. They are used to craft Love Potions and Seafood Dinners.

How do I get Dayblooms? ›

Daybloom is a type of Herb that appears as a small yellow flower with a straight stem. It grows naturally on Grass and can be collected with virtually any Weapon or Tool. Daybloom can also be planted in Clay Pots and Planter Boxes using Daybloom Seeds, or gathered by defeating Angry Dandelions.

What is the best Craftable fishing rod in Terraria? ›

So the Golden Fish Rod is the best rod in the game with a fishing power of 50 percent. It's also the most frustrating rod to get your hands on. The way it works is like this: you have a small chance of getting it as an Angler reward after exactly 30 completed quests. Those quests stack, so at 60, 90, and so on.

How do you summon queen bee? ›

Queen Bee is a pre-Hardmode boss. She is summoned by breaking the Larva inside Bee Hives of the Underground Jungle, or by using an Abeemination anywhere within the Jungle.

How do you make the best potions in Terraria? ›

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What is the best bait in Terraria? ›

Types of Bait in Terraria:
PowerRarity
Magma Snail35%Spawns in the Underworld.
Scorpion10%Spawns in the Desert during the Day.
Sluggy25%Spawns occasionally in the Jungle or Underground Jungle Biome whenever a background plant is broken by the player.
Snail10%Spawns in the Underground and Cavern layer.
41 more rows

What does luck do in Terraria? ›

Luck is a hidden statistic that influences the random nature of various activities in Terraria. There are various ways to increase and decrease this statistic, such as buff potions and Torch placement. Players can estimate their luck value by speaking to the Wizard.

Terraria potions can boost your attack, defense, and luck. Learn how to brew and when to consume the concoctions via this guide.

Super Healing Potion Recipe: 4x Greater Healing Potions, 1x Solar Fragment, 1x Stardust Fragment, 1x Vortex Fragment, 1x Nebula Fragment. The Super Healing Potion is the best health-restoring concoction out of all Terraria potions.. Mana Regeneration Potion Recipe: 1x Bottled Water, 1x Moonglow, 1x Fallen Star, 1x Daybloom. The Mana Regeneration Potion works the same way as the Regeneration Potion but is for restoring MP over time.. Battle Potion Recipe: 1x Bottled Water, 1x Deathweed, 1x Rotten Chunk or Vertebra. If you often farm creatures for loot, the Battle Potion is among the top Terraria potions for you.. Calming Potion Recipe: 1x Bottled Water, 1x Daybloom, 1x Damselfish. The Calming Potion has an opposite effect to that of the Battle Potion.. Wrath Potion Recipe: 1x Bottled Water, 1x Ebonkoi, 1x Deathweed. The Wrath Potion is quite similar to the Rage Potion, but the effect is on weapons.. Thorns Potion Recipe: 1x Bottled Water, 1x Cactus, 1x Worm Tooth, 1x Stinger, 1x Deathweed. The Thorns Potion is among the Terraria potions with a strong knockback effect great for taking on the Brain of Cthulhu.. Luck Potion Recipe: 1x Bottled Water, 1x Black Pearl, 1x Waterleaf, 1x Ladybug. The Luck Potion can do better than the Lesser Luck Potion in terms of the effect duration.. Greater Luck Potion Recipe: 1x Bottled Water, 1x Pink Pearl, 1x Waterleaf, 1x Ladybug. The Greater Luck Potion is among the must-brew Terraria potions.. Sonar Potion Recipe: 1x Bottled Water, 1x Coral, 1x Waterleaf. The Sonar Potion is arguably the best among Terraria potions for fishing.. Recall Potion Recipe: 1x Bottled Water, 1x Specular Fish, 1x Daybloom. The Recall Potion is one of the Terraria potions for teleportation.. Potion of Return Recipe: 1x Recall Potion, 1x Obsidifish. The Potion of Return is a better alternative to the Recall Potion.

There is no shortage of potions available to the player in Terraria. Here are all of them, how to get them, and what they'll do.

The Basic Healing Potion , crafted with Lesser Healing Potions and some Glowing Mushrooms, restores 100 Health Greater Healing Potion , only available in Hardmode and crafted with Pixie Dust, and Crystal Shards, restores 150 health The Super Healing Potion , an Endgame Healing potion that restores 200 health, crafted with Nebula, Solar, Stardust, and Vortex Fragments (sometimes dropped by the Moon Lord). The Mana Potion , a straight upgrade to the Lesser Mana Potion, restores 100 mana Greater Mana Potion , there's no way to craft this one, but it can be purchased from your friendly Wizard NPC for 5 silver, and used to restore 200 mana Super Mana Potion , the endgame mana potion, crafted from Greater Mana Potions, Fallen Stars, Crystal Shards, and Unicorn Horns, and restores 300 mana. Archery Potion , crafted with Daybloom and a Lens, increases arrow speed and damage by 20 percent Ammo Reservation Potion , crafted with Double Cod and Moonglow, offers a 20 percent chance not to consume your ammo Endurance Potion , crafted with an Armored Cavefish and Blinkroot, reduces overall damage taken by 10 percent (can be very useful in boss fights) Heartreach Potion , crafted with Crimson Tigerfish and Daybloom, increases the range with which you can pick up life hearts Inferno Potion , crafted with a Flarefin Koi, Obsidifish, and Fireblossm, sets enemies on fire around you for four minutes Ironskin Potion , Daybloom, and Lead or Iron ore, a great early game melee build potion that increases your defense by eight Lifeforce Potion , Prismite, Moonglow, Shiverthorn, Waterleaf, increases max life by 20 percent (quite tricky to craft with lots of different resources needed, but a good combat boost) Magic Power Potion , crafted with Moonglow, Deathweed, and Fallen Stars, offers a 20 percent boost to magic damage (perfect for a magic build) Rage Potion , crafted with Hemopirana and Deathweed, increases critical damage chance by 10 percent for four minutes Thorns Potion , crafted from Deathweed, Cactus, Worm Tooth, and a Stinger, causes attackers to also take damage Wrath Potion , crafted with Ebonkoi and Deathweed, increases overall damage by 10 percent. Battle Potion , crafted with Deathweed and Rotten Chunks or Vertebra, increases spawn rate for seven minutes, ideal if you're trying to farm for an item drop or resources Calming Potion , crafted with Damselfish and Daybloom, basically the opposite of the Battle Potion, reduces enemy spawning rate, for when you want to mine or build in peace Dangersense Potion , crafted with Shiverthorn and Cobweb, highlights danger sources (including traps, which is super useful when spelunking) Featherfall Potion , crafted with Daybloom, Blinkroot, and Feather, reduces falling speed for 10 minutes, good for searching for Floating Islands with the gravity potion Flipper Potion: crafted from Shiverthorn and Waterleaf, lets you move faster in liquids Gills Potion: crafted from Coral and Waterleaf, lets you breathe underwater, perfect for exploring the Ocean biome or deep underwater caves, especially when paired with the Flipper Potion Greater Luck Potion, crafted with Waterleaf, Lady Bug, and Pink Pearl, luck is a new mechanic introduced in 1.4 that determines drop rate from enemies, drink this potion to raise the chances of item drops Hunter Potion , crafted with Daybloom, Blinkroot, and Shark Fin, highlights the location of enemies Invisibility Potion , crafted from Blinkroot and Moonglow, makes you invisible and lowers enemy spawn rate for three minutes Mining Potion , crafted with Antlion Mandible and Blinkroot, increases mining speed by 25 percent for those speedy mining trips Night Owl Potion, crafted with Daybloom and Blinkroot, increases night vision, basically lets you see in the dark Obsidian Skin Potion , crafted with Fireblossom, Waterleaf, and Obsidian, grants immunity to lava (ideal for exploring the Underworld) Shine Potion, crafted with Daybloom and Glowing Mushroom, emits a bubble of light around you Spelunker Potion, crafted with Blinkroot, Moonglow, and Platinum or Gold Ore, one of the best potions in the game as it highlights treasure and ore Thorns Potion, crafted with Blinkroot and Cactus, increases movement speed by 25 percent Water Walking Potion, crafted with Waterleaf and Shark Fin, lets you walk on water. debuff to your enemy Flask of Gold, crafted with Gold Dust, inflicts Midas on your enemies (increases coin drop when you kill an enemy, perfect if you're going for some of the most expensive items in the game ) Flask of Ichor, crafted with Ichor, causes your opponent's defense to drop when hit Flask of Nanites, crafted with Nanites, causes the Confused debuff in your enemies Flask of Party, crafted with Confetti, creates a Confetti explosion when you hit enemies (this one's just for a bit of fun) Flask of Poison, crafted with Stingers, debuffs your enemies with Poison that does damage over time Flask of Venom, crafted with Vial of Venom, debuffs your enemies with Acid Venom which prevents health regen and deals damage over time, basically a stronger version of Poison. Recall Potion: crafted with a Specular Fish and either Daybloom or Deathweed, teleports you to your spawn point, great for the early game when you don't have a Magic Mirror yet Teleportation Potion: crafted with Chaos Fish, Fireblossom, and on PC, Blinkroot as well, teleports you to a random location Wormhole Potion: crafted with Specular Fish and Blinkroot, transports you to another team member's location that you select

A basic guide that shows you what potions are and how you can craft them! (OUTDATED GUIDE)...

The Lesser Healing Potion is a potion that can be crafted, found in Pots, Chests, dropped by Bosses, or as a background item in the Dungeon.. They can be crafted into healing potions using two lesser healing potions and a Glowing Mushroom.. Healing Potions are potion that can be crafted, found in Pots and Chests.. The Lesser Mana Potion is a part of the Mana Potions family.. The Mana Potion is a part of the mana potions family.. If the player has full mana or their maximum mana is 0, the potion will have no effect.Effect: Restores 100 Mana.. Ingredients, 1 Glowing Mushroom.2 Lesser Mana Potions.. The Greater Mana Potion is a mana potion that restores 200 mana when used.Effect: Restores 200 mana.. The Lesser Restoration Potion is crafted with 1 Lesser Healing Potion and 1 Lesser Mana Potion.. Ingredients, 1 Lesser Healing Potion.1 Lesser Mana Potion.. The Restoration Potion is a potion that restores Health and Mana by 100.. It can be crafted at an Alchemy Station with one Healing Potion and one Mana Potion.Effect: Restores 100 Health and 100 Mana.. The Regeneration Potion is a potion that increases the player's health regeneration by one HP per second, which continues for five minutes.. The Swiftness Potion is a Potion that increases a player's movement speed by 25%.. The Thorns Potion is a potion which give the player the buff "Thorns".

A guide to the best fighting potions in Terraria. Includes locations of materials to help you with boss battles.

Combat Potions will greatly enhance your character's abilities in Combat, from defense to offenseTerraria features dozens of Potions that affect your character with some buff or another, many of which are invaluable and worth farming the materials to get.. Bottled Water Every single potion in this list requires 1 Bottled Water and I don't want to repeat the directions a dozen times.. Healing Potions For those in Hard Mode I suppose I can say that Greater Healing Potions are made with 3 Bottled Water, 3 Pixie Dust, and a Crystal Shard .. That way, the timer on potion sickness will start and you may have one or two more shots at drinking a potion during the fight.. Reference If you are familiar with the game's potion crafting and only need a reference list of materials to make some good combat potions, skip to the material list .. 5 minsIncreases maximum health by 20%, so allows characters to reach 600 once they've collected enough life crystals and life fruit (Hard mode).For now, PC-Only, Requires Hardmode for Hallow Lifeforce Potion Ingredients and Where to Get Them. The only flasks relevant to defeating bosses are the Flask of Ichor (made with Ichor drops from Underground Crimson enemies) and Flask of Cursed Flames (made with Cursed Flame drops from Underground Corruption enemies).. It is very much worth fishing massive amounts of Hemopiranha to keep these available.Requires Crimson, PC-Only Rage Potion Ingredients and Where to Get Them. Blooms during Full/Blood moons - harvest then to get seeds Stinger - Farm from Hornets and Spiked Jungle Slimes in the Jungle Worm Tooth - Farm from Devourers (worms) in the Corruption.. In long fights, the Rage and Wrath Potions are similar in power, but Summoner players will find this one more useful - Minions can't crit, so it's better to get the flat +% damage boost..PC-Only, Requires Corruption Wrath Potion Ingredients and Where to Get Them. If you want to make these, but don't remember the ingredients well, having stacks of the following materials on your character will let you make all of the non-specialist potions (including the ones PC-only - don't worry, I hear the rest of you get fishing soon!).. Armored Cavefish (PC) Blinkroot Bottled Water Cactus Daybloom Glowing Mushroom Iron or Lead Ore Moonglow Prismite (PC - Hallow Fish - Hard Mode Only) Shiverthorn Waterleaf Add Lens if Using Arrows Add Fallen Star if Using Magic Spells Add Variegated Lardfish if playing a Summoner (PC) Add Crimson Tigerfish and Hemopiranha if Crimson (PC) Add Worm Tooth and Ebonkoi if Corruption (PC)

Dig into how to populate your town with this Terraria NPC guide.

What they do: Sell nature items and corruption or crimson items.. What they do: Sell items and can reforge your items for a cost.. (Image credit: Re-Logic)These NPCs can only be found once the Wall of Flesh has been defeated and Hardmode has been activated.. (Image credit: Re-Logic)These NPCs won’t move into a house, but can be found wandering the world.. (Image credit: Re-Logic)Terraria's latest 'Journey's End' updates added several new NPCs, including pet NPCs.

There are thousands of different items in Terraria, and learning how to craft them can be quite hard. So this is our Terraria Crafting guide.

And because Terraria has so many unique items, there are also many crafting stations in the game.. To start off our Terraria crafting guide list, these are all the Crafting Stations that are available before Hardmode:. Furnace: A basic Terraria crafting furnace can be used to smelt different ores into usable materials and craft other items such as weapons.. Sawmill: A Sawmill is used to craft more complex wooden items like Terraria, crafting furniture, and other decorations.. Demon Altar/ Crimson Altar: These are unique Terraria crafting stations that can be used to craft boss summoning items and a few other special pieces of gear.. Now, as we move towards the Hardmode section of our Terraria crafting guide, we’ll detail all of the crafting stations that become available after you defeat the Wall of Flesh boss:

Dreadnautilius Terraria: Know everything about Dreadnautilius, How to Spawn the Dreadnautilus in Terraria, Behavior, Drops, FAQs and more.

You will have to spawn the Dreadnautilus yourself during a blood moon event.. Killing the Dreadnautilus will award you with a chance at the sanguine staff, a weapon for summoners, or general fishing benefits, or even just cosmetic features.. You have to fish it up during a blood moon to spawn it, but if you are playing as a summoner, you will want to ensure that you attempt to kill this mollusk as it will drop a good summoner weapon .. This fishing pole will double your chances of reeling in enemies while fishing during a blood moon.. The Dreadnautilus is a miniboss so expect a decent fight.. During this stage, it will take no damage, and the reflected projectiles can damage you.. The Dreadnautilus will only drop one weapon.. The only other drops the Dreadnautilus provides are chum buckets, which can be obtained from other fished up enemies during a blood moon anyways.. To spawn the Dreadnautilus you will need to fish during a blood moon.. Since this item only drops from blood moon specific enemies, it does not help with getting more blood moons to spawn immediately.. Remember that other enemies also have a chance to spawn during a blood moon and many of them require quite a high damage output.

Terraria is super fun, but the boss order stumps many! Here is a guide on the best Terraria Boss Order along with detailed tutorial.

The game includes a total of 14 bosses that you must defeat in a way that the bosses that are far more difficult than others, come at last.. Here, we look at the best Terraria Boss Order and how to defeat each boss.. The Eye of CthulhuThe Eye Of Cthulhu will be your first boss encounter in the game, and this boss is a big circular eye look-a-like creature that roams the arena.. Another way to summon this boss is to kill demon eyes that fly about at night and collect their lenses( you’ll need about six) Now go to the Demon or Crimson Altar( the natural crafting stations) to craft a ” suspicious-looking eye ”. After sending its 3 or 4 servants towards you, the eye will attack you, but you can evade these attacks by dodging.. Do not attack it while it charges at you, attack only when it pauses for a few seconds after 3 consecutive attacks.. This hellish boss is difficult to fight and dodging its attacks can be quite a nightmare.. Staying in front of the boss will give you an edge while fighting this boss in the game.. Try dodging upwards while fighting this boss, because if it manages to get above you, it’ll give you little to no space to dodge its probes.. All hail Skeletron PrimeUnlike many others in Terraria Boss Order – This boss is even harder than the destroyer, and while playing Terraria on hard mode, expect to get attacked by this boss out of nowhere.. The interesting point here is that if you focus entirely on the boss’s head and kill it before attacking the rest of the four limbs, you will get to beat the boss and not worry about the four arms as they kind of die on their own.. PlanteraThe boss ‘Plantera’ appears once you’ve defeated all three mechanical bosses I.e The destroyer, skeletron prime, and the twins. It is a very powerful boss with a high hp and a variety of attacks but due to it being not much mobile, you can dodge its attacks easily.. Lunatic CultistThis is the second last boss in Terraria Boss Order.. After you defeat all 3 of the boss’s eyes, you must face the hardest part of this boss, it’s core.

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