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Titanium Ore

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Titanium Ore
Titanium Ore.png
Statistics
Type Ore – Crafting material
Max stack 999
Rarity Orange
Use time 9
Sell 17 Silver Coin
Pc only.png PC-Only Content: This information (or parts of it) applies only to the PC version of Terraria.

Titanium Ore is a Hardmode ore which can possibly replace Adamantite in a given world. Titanium, like all Hardmode ores is generated upon destruction of a Demon Altar with a Pwnhammer or higher.

Contents

[edit] Used in

Result IngredientsCrafting Station
Titanium Forge.png Titanium Forge Titanium Ore.png Titanium Ore (30) Mythril Anvil.png Mythril Anvil /
Orichalcum Anvil.png Orichalcum Anvil
Hellforge.png Hellforge
Titanium Bar.png Titanium Bar Titanium Ore.png Titanium Ore (5) Titanium Forge.png Titanium Forge
Titanstone Block.png Titanstone Block Stone Block.png Stone Block Furnace.png Furnace
Titanium Ore.png Titanium Ore

[edit] Notes

  • Titanium Ore can be much harder to locate than its counterpart Adamantite Ore, due to the coloration. Whereas Adamantite has a distinctive red color, Titanium has a sparkling dark gray with miniscule spots of green and pink (when in clusters). The grayish color makes Titanium harder to spot among Stone Blocks, and in dark areas it might even be mistaken for other ores like Platinum or Silver.

[edit] Trivia

  • Titanium's legendary reputation for durability is more based on its inert nature and corrosion resistance rather than its strength; In reality, titanium is no stronger than steel, though it is lighter and far more corrosion-resistant than it.

[edit] History

  • 1.2.3: Now spawns at lava level and below.
  • 1.2.3: Increased stack limit from 99 to 999.
  • 1.2: Introduced.
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Ores
Normal Copper • Tin • Iron • Lead • Silver • Tungsten • Gold • Platinum • Demonite • Crimtane • Meteorite • Obsidian • Hellstone
Hardmode Cobalt • Palladium • Mythril • Orichalcum • Adamantite • Titanium • Chlorophyte