Block placing wands

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Block placing wands are special Tools that allow the player to place Blocks they would normally not be able to place. They do not consume any Mana. Each wand consumes a specific material from the player's inventory (details listed below). There are currently 4 (Desktop Version 6) Block placing wands.

Bone Wand[edit | edit source]

Bone Wand
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Bone Wand.png
Statistics
Type Tool
Use time 14 (Very Fast)
Tooltip Places bone
Rarity Rarity Level: 1
Internal Item ID: 932

The Bone Wand places Bone Blocks at the cost of one Bone per Block. The placed Blocks remain as Bone Blocks even if later mined by a Pickaxe, do not return to normal bone, and therefore can exist in a player's Inventory. The Bone Wand has a 0.4% chance to drop from Angry Bones, Dark Casters, and Cursed Skulls, which spawn in the Dungeon.

Hive Wand[edit | edit source]

Hive Wand
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Hive Wand.png
Statistics
Type Tool
Use time 14 (Very Fast)
Tooltip Places Hives
Rarity Rarity Level: 1
Internal Item ID: 1129

The Hive Wand allows the player to place Hives (Blocks), which otherwise, cannot be placed. Hives must be in the player's Inventory in order to place them. It has a 33% chance to be dropped by the Queen Bee.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Because mining Hives placed by the Hive Wand act the same as naturally generated ones, they can also break to form Honey. You cannot however get infinite honey because Hives do not drop when Honey is formed.
  • Mining a Hive block placed with the Hive Wand can still spawn bees like naturally generated ones.

Living Wood Wand[edit | edit source]

Living Wood Wand
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Statistics
Type Tool
Use time 14 (Very Fast)
Tooltip Places living wood
Rarity Rarity Level: 1
Internal Item ID: 832

The Living Wood Wand places Living Wood Blocks at the cost of one Wood each. The Blocks placed are the same as found in Living Trees. It can be found in Living Wood Chests that are found within Living Trees.

Notes[edit | edit source]

Leaf Wand[edit | edit source]

Leaf Wand
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Leaf Wand.png
Statistics
Type Tool
Use time 14 (Very Fast)
Tooltip Places leaves
Rarity Rarity Level: 1
Internal Item ID: 933

The Leaf Wand places Leaf Blocks at the cost of one Wood each. The Blocks placed are the same as found in Living Trees and have the same properties. It can be found in Living Wood Chests that are found in within Living Trees.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Like the Living Wood Wand, it is only able to use regular Wood. It cannot use Boreal Wood, Palm Wood, Rich Mahogany, Shadewood, Ebonwood, Pearlwood, Dynasty Wood, or Spooky Wood.

Living Mahogany Wand[edit | edit source]

Living Mahogany Wand
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Living Mahogany Wand.png
Statistics
Type Tool
Use time 14 (Very Fast)
Tooltip Places living rich mahogany
Rarity Rarity Level: 1
Internal Item ID: 3360
Desktop Version Desktop-Only Content: This section's information applies only to the desktop version of Terraria.

The Living Mahogany Wand places Living Mahogany Blocks at the cost of one Rich Mahogany each. The blocks placed are the same as those found in Living Mahogany Trees. It can be found in Ivy Chests found within Living Mahogany Trees in the Underground Jungle Biome.

Notes[edit | edit source]

Rich Mahogany Leaf Wand[edit | edit source]

Rich Mahogany Leaf Wand
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Rich Mahogany Leaf Wand.png
Statistics
Type Tool
Use time 14 (Very Fast)
Tooltip Places rich mahogany leaves
Rarity Rarity Level: 1
Internal Item ID: 3361
Desktop Version Desktop-Only Content: This section's information applies only to the desktop version of Terraria.

The Rich Mahogany Leaf Wand places Mahogany Leaf Blocks at the cost of one Rich Mahogany each. The blocks placed are the same as found in Living Mahogany Trees and have the same properties. It can be found in Ivy Chests found within Living Mahogany Trees in the Underground Jungle Biome.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Like the Living Mahogany Wand, it is only able to use Rich Mahogany, and not regular Wood, Boreal Wood, Palm Wood, Shadewood, Ebonwood, Pearlwood, Dynasty Wood, or Spooky Wood.

See also[edit | edit source]

  • Dirt Rod.png Dirt Rod - Can relocate dirt blocks and requires no mana or ammunition.
  • Ice Rod.png Ice Rod - Can create temporary ice blocks and consumes mana upon use.

History[edit | edit source]

  • 1.3.0.1: Added Living Mahogany and Rich Mahogany Leaf Wands.
  • 1.2.4: Fixed bug where Block placing wands did not consume items if you had a high tile placement speed.
  • 1.2: Introduced Hive, Leaf, Living Wood, and Bone Wands.
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