테라리아 : Shape, Defend, and Explore a Mysterious World

Discover the Endless Adventures of 테라리아

Adventure awaits in 테라리아 ! The world is mysterious! A planet to shape, defend, and enjoy. 테라리아 offers unlimited possibilities. Are you an action gamer eager to fire? A legendary architect, collector, or adventurer? Everyone can enjoy 테라리아.

Develop a simple shelter and mine resources. You may design and employ over 500 melee, ranged, and magic weapons and gear to fight hundreds of adversaries with diverse personalities. Soon, you may have over a dozen bosses. Fishing, driving, visiting Sky Island, building residences for helpful NPCs, and more are available.

So, let’s learn how to become skilled in the early game!


Create characters

Choose a game mode, then create and select a character. The character creation screen opens when you click New in the bottom right. Change your hair, hair color, outfit style, and color, skin tone, and eye color here!

The character’s difficulty setting controls death. The difficulty of adversaries and other gameplay elements is unaffected.

Soft Core

Classic or softcore means you lose coins when you die. It may drop an Expert or Master half-coin depending on world difficulty. Return to your death location to reclaim lost coins, but you may have to kill adversaries.

Medium Core

Death in the Medium Core means losing all things. If you die, fall into lava, or are killed by an explosive, you lose them forever.


Hardcore implies one life. Character files are permanently erased when you die. 

New gamers should choose ‘Classic’/’Softcore’ for a simpler, less irritating experience.


Change gender, haircut, eye color, skin tone, and clothing to customize characters. Specific things can modify everything but eye and skin color in-game. Your armor and vanity will hide clothes. Wearing Familiar as you improve can undo this.

Later in the game, use the dresser to change clothes. Find an NPC stylist to modify your hairstyle. Drink a gender-change potion to look different.

After finishing, click Create to finalize your character’s choices. Click ‘Play’ on your character to enter the world selection screen.

Creation of world

Create your world by clicking New on the Select World screen. Players are not locked into a single world, but it is encouraged to start with one to simplify the game.

Name and seed (optional)

For beginners, these two selections will be fine.

If you host a multiplayer session, your world name will appear on the Select World screen and in various death messages.

World seeds are randomly generated numbers that symbolize constructed worlds. It creates identical worlds when copied and pasted.

Three choices of Worlds

Small Worlds

Traveling between biomes and into caves is faster on small planets. This makes the game simpler initially because travel is risky. However, smaller worlds produce fewer riches and natural resources, which might present problems.

Medium Worlds

The ‘medium’ world is 50% larger than the small world, allowing for more riches and biomes but slower mobility. It is double the size of the small world. Although traveling between biomes is slow, its scale allows it to generate large amounts of practically every terrain, treasure, and resource, except for a few rare constructions. Building with these worlds is helpful.

Large Worlds

World size is similar in gameplay, although it might affect playing length. The optimum world size depends on player preference and time available. Remember that larger world options take longer to develop.


Classic/Normal mode offers the standard 테라리아 experience.

Expert Mode 

The world has more foes, bosses, traps, and expert-only prizes. Expert-only goods may be worth the effort.

Master mode

Even though the world contains more deadly foes and monsters, it offers cosmetic items, bragging rights, and one accessory slot. Master mode displays all expert things.

Journey Mode

Only Travel Mode characters can use the cheat menu on this planet. Travel world access is denied to classic/softcore characters. Journey mode’s difficulty slider ranges from 0.5x (easiest) to 3.0x (master mode). Sliding 2x activates all expert mode features.

We recommend Classic (Normal) for your first playthrough.

Move and use tools

You can play the Desktop version with a mouse and keyboard. See Console for controller use.

The mouse moves the screen cursor.

The key (left click) activates the Hotbar or cursor item. This usually involves weapon attacks, block placement or breaking, potion use, etc.

Keys move characters (not jump).

Spacebar makes the character jump (or fly/swim/etc.) depending on the accessory.

The Key (right click) interacts with chests and doors. NPC conversations and item stack splitting are also possible.

Key deletes chosen item. Since it is not needed for typical gameplay, ‘bind’ or reassign this function to a key you won’t accidentally press. Alternatively, drag and right-click inventory items to throw them.

The mobile version contains a left joystick for moving, a right joystick for utilizing objects (or touching anywhere on the screen to use or place bricks), and a joystick for rapid healing and mounting—another button. Light bulb buttons reveal their functions and can be tapped to switch them on and off.

The console version utilizes the Controller. 


Icon/switch controls game. 

The Switch’s main menu and inventory have mobile-like controls when undocked due to its touch screen.

The left joystick moves the character, the right joystick moves the cursor.

Characters jump with the bottom face button.

The bumpers alter hot bar slots.

The top face button accesses inventory.

Uses right-trigger attacks/blocks.

The left trigger interacts.

The upper left corner of the screen has 10 inventory slots, numbered 1–10. These spaces are ‘hot bars.’ They make accessing everyday objects easy. Put anything from your inventory. Click the slot your cursor is in, press the number linked with it in the number row on your keyboard, or use the scroll wheel to scroll to the right slot to utilize an item. After selecting a slot, tap anywhere on the screen to use the item.

Key to inventory opening. It has 40 inventory slots, 10 hotbar slots, 4 coin/ammo slots, a trash slot, and armor/accessory slots. It also has a crafting menu.

All new Classic/Softcore characters start with these items:

Wooden or Copper Shortsword Wooden sword for killing foes.

Copper Pickaxe digs through blocks and separates furniture.

A copper ax is used to cut trees and cacti.

How to Move Inventory

Move inventory items with the cursor. Pressing the Key takes an item from the slot and attaches it to the cursor. Click on another slot to set the object down again or exchange it if it’s already there.

The key works as if you stored an item in the Hotbar from the inventory screen. Drinking potion is one example. 

Key Press tosses the item to the ground. This lets players pass goods in multiplayer.

Some inventory slots function differently.

Only wrenches, fishing pole bait, and street weapons can be placed in ammunition slots. Remember to use the highest ammo slot first, then the others.

Only coins that drop when you die can fit in the slot. If necessary, coins are automatically changed to the next higher denomination when deposited in the coin slot. Transfer coins to your ordinary stock instead of the coin slot (the latter money will still be placed by default). This does not prevent coin loss upon death.

You can drag goods to the trash can slot at the bottom right of your inventory, although this is done automatically when you click on an item while holding down the Key.

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Managing Inventory and Transactions in 테라리아

You can only retrieve the ‘last’ item in the bin slot until you discard the others, so be careful while hastily removing objects. Logging out also removes trash.

You can also sell things while shopping with an NPC by dragging/dropping them or holding down the Key and clicking on it (a coin icon will replace the trash icon). If you inadvertently sell an item, you can repurchase it for the same price in the NPC’s shop, but if you exit the dialog, it’s gone.

Products sold by the NPC cannot be repurchased if its inventory is complete. Selling products to NPCs with few items (e.g., Tavernkeepis) may be best.

The bottom right/equipment menu/right slots hold character armor and accessories. The character inventory shows armor and equipment slots. Clicking the icons at the top of the slots displays “alternative” equipment, including Mounts, Pets, Hooks, Minecarts, and Light Pets.

Other interface elements

The red heart next to the list symbolizes your character’s health. Red Hearts has 20 health. All characters start with 100 health. This was underground Life, Crystal Life, Crystal You may increase its life to 400 using, located in the Jungle during Hardmode.FruitLife, FruitIncrease it to 500 lives.

You must keep your health above 0, or your character will die and respawn. Health regenerates quickly without harm.

The right-screen blue star indicates your character’s Mana. Each blue star costs 20 mana.

All characters start with 20 mana. This is Mana Crystal. It can be raised to 200 mana with and temporarily with items and armor.

Mana powers magical weapons and regenerates faster than health.


The red numbers represent character damage; the orange numbers represent enemy damage. The enemy’s health bar shows its remaining health.

Many adversaries await you in 테라리아 . You combat them using weapons. Five main weapon types:

Melee weapons:

It’s the simplest. Swords, Boomerangs, and Flails hit the enemy.

Ranged weapons: Bows discharge projectiles at distant adversaries using ammo.

Magic weapons: 

It often uses a projectile that requires Mana for their assaults. Staves are examples.

Summoning weapons:

Weapons summon a minion that fights adversaries. Summoning weapons include the Slime Staff.

Throwing weapons: 

This minor Pre 1.4 damage type uses consumable, one-use items. Grenade damage through throwing.

Good early-game weapons

Wooden Sword:

A wooden sword offers little protection but can be upgraded to a boreal wood or cactus sword if it is nearby. Deserts can be challenging for unequipped players.

Wooden Bow:

The wooden bow is a powerful tool that may be easily obtain with only 10 Wood. It can be changed if the player finds Boreal or Palm Wood in a Desert or Tundra.

Arrow Frostburn:

The Arrow Frostburn may be create with 1 Ice Torch (3 Torches + 1 Ice Block) and 10 Wooden Arrows.

10-Wooden Arrows+1 

Star Fallen Stars can generate Jester’s Arrow, but Crystal Mana is recommended.


Snowball is a cost-efficient and effective damage method. Each Snow Block gains 15 snowballs and causes eight damage per hit.

Mages and Summoners lack early-game weapons. However, the surface chest may contain a wave of sparking and a finch.


The first armor constructed is wood; however, Boreal Wood or Cactus armor can help if resources are available.

Since wearing all armor gives a set bonus, it’s best to match it.


테라리아 displays player damage as a red number above their head. Orange numbers indicate player-caused enemy damage. Green numbers indicate player healing. You can heal yourself by pressing the H key or selecting the potion and pressing it to avoid dying.


It restores 15 health but is ineffective and has better applications.Lower Healing Potion may be found in Pots, Chests, and Crafted, restoring 50 health.

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