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To grow grass on dirst you need other patch of grass to be next to it, it will spread quickly over time. Contrary to Minecraft, you don't need sun and it won't appear if there's no grass nearby. Note that grass can't appear below the surface lever. You may have notice that as you went deeper into the Underground, there's no grass on the dirt because there ...
Unfortunately, Terraria isn't Minecraft. In Minecraft, if the dirt block is manually placed, no grass can grow on it. However, Terraria is different. As other users have commented, grass doesn't spread from just dirt. It needs a surrounding grass tile for it to properly grow.
Essentially, once you're in the eligible area for the King Slime to spawn, any slime has a chance to spawn as a King Slime. So you're basically spot on - the only requirements that need to be fulfilled are be near "the border of the map" be in an area where slimes can spawn. The second requirement could technically be interpreted as a "biome ...
Not an exact answer, but to help you in construction, listen for the change in music. Once you start to hear the biome-specific music, you know that you've successfully created an artificial biome.
The Terraria wiki does have an answer on how big many of these biomes have to be: http://terraria.gamepedia.com/Guide:Artificial_biomes For example, snow biome requires 300 snow blocks, ice blocks, or snow bricks. Generally, you'll want to keep adding blocks until the background changes. You can also try a Water Candle to increase monster spawn rate.
Answers 1 dig all the walls 2 put a thin layer of water 3 Deal With it
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Here are several things you'll want to check on: Have you defeated the Wall of Flesh yet? The truffle does not spawn until hardmode is activated. Is the house 100% in a surface mushroom biome? If you can clearly hear the biome music, then it is. Are you near any corruption or crimson? If so, move the house a little further away from it. The house cannot be ...
The Truffle is a hard mode NPC and will only show up once you have constructed a house in an above-ground mushroom biome with Mushroom Grass Seeds, or by using the Clentaminator in a Jungle. If you want to do this but don't want to take up a lot of surface space, a good way to do it is to build a skybridge of mud off of a Floating island, plant Mushroom ...
Destroyer At least molten armor The twins Megashark mytill armor Skeleton prime Excalibur or terra blade hallowed armor Order Destroyer The twins Skeletron prime Plantera Hallowed armor True Excalibur or True night edge Golem adamantite armor bulb gun nights edge Ocram (console only) hallowed armor Megashark Order Ocram ...
It depends on what you are good at. I usually fight the twins first because you can buy leaf wings from the witch doctor and you can get the clockwork assault rifle from the WoF. dodging while shooting takes practice but can kill the twins without too much trouble. The skeletron prime is probably the easiest hardmode boss to beat with almost any good ranged ...
First, you need a USB Saving: 1) Put USB in PS3. 2) Goto Game tab. 3) Goto Save Data Utility (PS3) Tab. 4) Look for save. 4.B) If save not found, look for it in the Game Data Utility Tab. 5) Press Triangle on controller and select copy. 6) Select your USB and let it copy over. 7) Done! Your save is now on your USB which can be used as a backup or ...
The Terraria demo appears to be fully functional, with a couple of limitations: The world is much smaller (Some people are saying it's 1/10 of the small world) There's no character/progression saving As for what happened to you, I'm guessing you were unlucky and the game crashed. There are a few people reporting similar experiences with the full game on ...
The maps aren't actually downloaded as a regular Terraria map file like those for your local games and your own server at Documents\My Games\Terraria; instead they are kept in memory and are probably incomplete because of the limits of bandwidth. This data only exists temporarily in your computer's RAM, which is cleared when you exit the game or power down ...
I find that the armor does not matter much, as long as you have at least iron armor. The best weapon to fight it in my opinion is flaming arrows. When I fought it, it was using a gold bow with flaming arrows. The gold bow set up for high initial damage, and the flames damaged it over time, making its health go down more quickly.
Each hardmode boss has a small chance of spawning every night. Also, there is a small chance an enemy drops the Mechanical Skull, Mechanical Worm, and the Mechanical Eye.
It isn't easy to tell if the biome you are in is surface or not because of the walls behind the house, I suggest breaking all of that. Also, as it states in the wiki, "to get the Truffle to move in, there must be housing in a surface Mushroom Biome during hardmode." judging by the list you have provided you have done all of the things that are required. All ...
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