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Map view of a Lihzahrd Temple. The entrance to this one is at the top-left, though is sometimes at the top-right (it's always near a top corner). The door requires one Temple Key, which is consumed on use.

The Lihzahrd Temple (also known as the Jungle Temple) is a Hardmode, post-Plantera structure that can be considered the Jungle's relatively small version of the Dungeon. Each generated world contains one Temple. It resembles a Mayan pyramid, though it is located deep in the Underground Jungle, and has no surface entrance.

Within the Temple are Trap-filled corridors leading down to a large room containing the Lihzahrd Altar, used to summon the Golem boss. Unlike the Dungeon, the Temple contains no naturally-placed light sources. The Lihzahrd Altar requires one Lihzahrd Power Cell to activate, several of which can be found in Lihzahrd Chests throughout the Temple.

In order to access the Temple, one must first defeat Plantera to get the Temple Key, used to open the Lihzahrd Door at the Temple's entrance. The door can be destroyed with explosives in the mobile version, allowing Pre-Hardmode access. The Temple itself is constructed from Lihzahrd Bricks, which can only be mined with the Picksaw dropped by the Golem.

The Lihzahrd Temple contains unique Lihzahrd enemies, and Lihzahrd-themed furniture. Its Lihzahrd Chests have a chance to contain a Lihzahrd Furnace, for crafting further Lihzahrd furniture.

The Temple is filled with several types of Traps, including Flame Traps, Spear Traps, Spiked Ball Traps, and Super Dart Traps. Traps occur much more frequently in the Temple than in the Dungeon, and are far more damaging. They are activated by Lihzahrd Pressure Plates, which only respond to players. Like Dungeon traps, all Temple Traps, Pressure Plates, and Wires can be looted by the player for use in player-built Mechanisms.

Contents[edit]

Lihzahrd Temple
Characters Unique treasures Unique drops
Lihzahrd.png Lihzahrd
Flying Snake.png Flying Snake
Golem.png Golem (boss)


From Lihzahrd Chests
Lihzahrd Furnace.png Lihzahrd Furnace
Lihzahrd Power Cell.png Lihzahrd Power Cell


From Enemies:

Lihzahrd Banner.png Lihzahrd Banner
Flying Snake Banner.png Flying Snake Banner
Lizard Egg.png Lizard Egg (very rare)
Lihzahrd Power Cell.png Lihzahrd Power Cell

From Golem:

Beetle Husk.png Beetle Husk Pc only.png
Stynger.png Stynger
Stynger Bolt.png Stynger Bolt
Possessed Hatchet.png Possessed Hatchet
Sun Stone.png Sun Stone
Eye of the Golem.png Eye of the Golem
Picksaw.png Picksaw
From Golem (continued):
Heat Ray.png Heat Ray
Staff of Earth.png Staff of Earth
Golem Fist.png Golem Fist
Golem Trophy.png Golem Trophy
Golem Mask.png Golem Mask

From terrain:

Lihzahrd Brick.png Lihzahrd Brick
Lihzahrd Brick Wall.png Lihzahrd Brick Wall
Lihzahrd Pressure Plate.png Lihzahrd Pressure Plate
Spiky Ball Trap.png Spiky Ball Trap
Flame Trap.png Flame Trap
Spear Trap.png Spear Trap
Super Dart Trap.png Super Dart Trap
From terrain (continued):
Wooden Spike.png Wooden Spike
Lihzahrd Door.png Lihzahrd Door
Lihzahrd Statue.png Lihzahrd Statue
Lihzahrd Guardian Statue.png Lihzahrd Guardian Statue
Lihzahrd Watcher Statue.png Lihzahrd Watcher Statue
Lihzahrd Chest.png Lihzahrd Chest
Lihzahrd Work Bench.png Lihzahrd Work Bench
Lihzahrd Table.png Lihzahrd Table
Lihzahrd Chair.png Lihzahrd Chair
Lihzahrd Altar.png Lihzahrd Altar



Notes[edit]

A Flying Snake spawned before Hardmode.
  • Even before entering Hardmode, Lihzahrds and Flying Snakes can spawn outside the temple, if the player is standing directly in front of a Lihzahrd Brick Wall (in the temple's entrance, for example). These monsters pose a very high threat to ill-equipped players.
  • You cannot normally enter the Temple using a Rod of Discord until the door has been unlocked with a Temple Key. This can be "sidestepped" by using a Hammer to remove enough of the Lihzahrd Brick Walls to clear a spot inside the Temple to appear in. Once the door is unlocked, you can teleport in without removing walls first.
  • Has a chance to spawn in the Underworld and have Underworld Enemies.
  • Has a chance to be breached allowing you to by pass the door and not use a key.
  • May not spawn with every type of template trap.

Tips[edit]

For info about entering the Temple without the Temple Key, see Guide:Skipping Stones#Lihzahrd Temple.
  • While Lihzahrd Bricks and the temple's altar can currently only be mined by the Picksaw, most other objects in the temple, including the traps, can be removed with ordinary tools.
  • An effective way of avoiding the traps in the Temple is to hold a wire related item (Wire Cutter, Wrench, Dart Traps, Pressure Plates, or any trap from inside the Temple) to make the wiring of the traps in the temple visible.
  • The Dangersense Potion is extremely useful, as it illuminates all traps, spikes and buttons, allowing you to avoid them with ease.
  • Each Temple is guaranteed to contain some Lihzahrd Power Cells in the Chests (roughly 4-9 on average). Mobile only.png It is guaranteed that there will be two chests in the Lihzahrd Temple, each containing a Power Cell.
  • Temple traps will occasionally spawn outside of the door.

History[edit]

  • 1.2.3: The Golem boss room in new worlds is now slightly larger.
    • The world generator now checks to make sure a Lihzahrd Altar spawns inside the temple.
  • 1.2.1.2: You can no longer teleport into the Lihzahrd Temple (this is still possible as of 1.2.4.1 given Lihzahrd Walls are removed from target location).
  • 1.2.0.3: Lihzahrd walls can be harvested.
  • 1.2.0.2: The Chlorophyte Drill can no longer be used to destroy Lihzahrd blocks.
  • 1.2: Introduced.
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