Terraria Collector's Edition

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“50% of these images have NOTHING to do with the Collector's Edition.”

WARNING: This was going to be a part of the original article about the lovely game, but it would make it far too long for anyone to read. Nobody would want that!

After all, we're going to need another article's worth of information in order to make a detailed analysis of the Collector's Edition!


For PC[edit | edit source]

The mark of a champion.
Did you know that the color of your bunny is based on the color of your shirt?

What makes this version of Terraria so special is that you can have a bunny follow you! There is also a poster, a pickaxe keychain, and 2 random trading cards.

For Consoles[edit | edit source]

Collector's Edition for Xbox 360.
That version without the physical copy.

Unlike the PC version, the pickaxe keychain is replaced with a 2GB pickaxe-shaped flash drive and a poster that include recipes for the production of the Legendary Weapons, as well as 3 velium stickers of the Dryad, Goblin Tinkerer, and the WIZARD!

Trading Cards[edit | edit source]

There exists somewhere between 9 and 14 trading cards across all Collector's Editions. The posterior of each card is decorated with the Forest biome's background, as well as the Terraria logo, as seen in the gallery:

Legendary Weapons[edit | edit source]

They are more powerful than the entities introduced in version 1.1

Tizona[edit | edit source]


Boasting the ability to cause bleeding on impact, it is a good weapon to use in the later rounds, especially in player vs. player matches. In fact, it was made with 2 Excaliburs and the soul of a powerful being. Let's not mention that Tizona is one of the swords carried by the medieval knight Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, El Cid Campeador (Lord champion), which was used to fight the Moors in Spain according to the epic poem Cantar del Mio Cid. The name Tizona translates to burning stick, firebrand.

Tonbogiri[edit | edit source]

“A legendary Japanese spear coated in venom.”

~ Tooltip

Tonbogiri.png That's right. Tonbogiri is the spear used by Honda Tadakatsu, a legendary Japanese general who was said to have fought in a hundred battles without ever suffering a single wound. The spear's name translates to "Dragonfly Cutter", due to allegedly being so sharp that when one landed on its tip, it was instantly cut in two.

Sharanga[edit | edit source]

Sharanga.png Sharanga is the bow of the Hindu god Vishnu. What this means is that it gives you real ultimate power! It is the only legendary weapon that doesn't require defeating Ocram to make. Isn't that amazing? Unlike Vulcan Bolts, you can collect Spectral Arrows.

Vulcan Repeater[edit | edit source]

Vulcan Repeater.png This is one of the best legendary weapons around (if handled properly). It fires Vulcan Bolts, which explode on impact, dealing damage to nearby enemies. Occasionally, a Vulcan Bolt will travel a short distance before splitting into two separate bolts. Here's where it gets better: Any arrow used in the Vulcan Repeater is converted into a Vulcan Bolt.

The Unboxing: Before and After[edit | edit source]

After getting everything out of the box, here are some things you can do with your merchandise:

  • If you already used the Download Card (PS3 version only), you could wear it in one of those neck name tag thingies.
  • You can throw the pickaxe keychain at someone's eye if you're bored.[1]
  • You can store all of your vital information (documents, music, pr0n, etc.) in the pickaxe flash drive. Nobody is going to suspect anything.
  • You can put the velium stickers on your car. If you want (optional), persuade other owners of the Collector's Edition to give you their stickers. The more, the merrier!
Whose machines are these? They're MAI MASHEENZ!

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The new sprites for the Tizona and Tonbogiri aren't going to be used in this article because the older ones are better.
  • REAL TRIVIA! The publisher of the Collector's Edition requested an exclusive in-game feature, so as to motivate people to purchase the more expensive physical copy instead of the digital download version of the game.[2] To avoid unbalancing the game, Redigit chose to comply with a relatively inconsequential feature. That "relatively inconsequential feature" is the Pet Bunny.

See also[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. I mean you could throw the pickaxe flash drive at somebody, but it's not as fun or deadly as the keychain.
  2. Only dicks would break the balance in Terraria.
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