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Underground Corruption

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See also: Corruption.

The Underground Corruption is a Hardmode Biome, being one of the biomes that spawns when the Wall of Flesh is defeated. It is the underground version of the surface-level Corruption, and appears at and below the cavern layer. It operates similarly to surface Hardmode Corruption, being comprised of Ebonstone and Ebonsand, though it spawns different enemies. Underground Corruption spreads just like surface Corruption, and similarly can not spread to The Hallow (nor to Underground Hallow).

Underground Corruption does not suppress the spawn of other underground and cavern enemies.

All enemies killed in the Underground Corruption have a chance to drop a Soul of Night.

Note: Most characteristics of surface Corruption apply to the Underground Corruption, with the exception of the enemies that spawn. See The Corruption for more extensive information.

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Underground Corruption
Enemies Unique drops
Cursed Hammer.png Cursed Hammer
Clinger.png Clinger
Corruptor.png Corruptor
Devourer Head.png Devourer
Seeker Head.png World Feeder
Corrupt Slime.png Corrupt Slime
Slimeling.png Slimeling (3 of them spawn
when a Corrupt Slime dies)
Slimer.png Slimer



From Corrupt Slimes and Slimelings:

Blindfold.png Blindfold

From Cursed Hammers:

Cursed Hammer Banner.png Cursed Hammer Banner
Nazar.png Nazar

From Clingers and/or World Feeders:

World Feeder Banner.png World Feeder Banner
Cursed Flame.png Cursed Flame

From Devourers and/or Corruptors:

Rotten Chunk.png Rotten Chunk

Vitamins.png Vitamins

Worm Tooth.png Worm Tooth

from any enemy with about 1/2500 chance:

Corruption Key Mold.png Corruption Key Mold

from any enemy with about 1/5 chance:

Soul of Night.png Soul of Night

From vegetation:

Deathweed.png Deathweed

From terrain:

Ebonstone Block.png Ebonstone Block
Ebonsand Block.png Ebonsand Block

From fishing:

Ebonkoi.png Ebonkoi
Purple Clubberfish.png Purple Clubberfish




Trivia[edit]

  • Even in pre-Hardmode, sometimes the Corruption can go so deep that the bottom would count as a Underground Corruption.

History[edit]

  • 1.2.3: Added biome specific stalactite variations.
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