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Bee Hive (item)

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Bee Hive
  • Bee Hive item sprite
  • Bee Hive placed
Auto-use
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Statistics
Type
PlaceableYes (2 wide × 2 high)
Use time15 (Very fast)
Rarity00*Rarity level: 0
Sell50
Research5 required
For the biome, see Bee Hive. For the block, see Hive.
A player viewing a Bee Hive in the Underground Jungle.

The Bee Hive is a natural trap which spawns over time under Jungle grass ceilings of the Jungle and Underground Jungle. When a Bee Hive is hit, it falls to the ground. Upon impact, it breaks, releasing two or three Bees and sometimes a Hornet as well.

On the Desktop version Desktop version, it can be crafted and placed manually.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipe[edit | edit source]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Bee Hive (item)Bee Hive (item)Desktop versionHeavy Work BenchHeavy Work BenchDesktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile versions and Ecto MistDesktop and Mobile versions
total: 1 row(s)

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • If the Bee Hive falls into water, it will not release any Bees or Hornets.
    • Regardless, Bee Hives can spawn in water.
  • Since the Bees are spawned at the point of impact with the ground, a long fall can put them far enough from the player to be instantly despawned.
  • Bee Hives are not recoverable, and cannot be placed in the player's inventory.
  • On the Desktop version Desktop version and Mobile version Mobile version, the Bee Hive has the ability to roll before being destroyed. However, it does not deal damage to the player on contact.
  • Desktop version Bee Hives have a chance to drop upon shaking a Jungle tree. They will drop as projectiles that will break, not as collectible items.

History[edit | edit source]