Crossover content

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Crossover content is content added from a different game, while the other game also adopts some content from Terraria, with mutual permission. Homages and references, however, are not crossover content.

Edge of Space[edit | edit source]

Edge of Space is a 2D sandbox game developed by Handyman Studios, similar in gameplay to Terraria, but in a space setting.

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

Edge of Space has a boss, "Omegatron", which is based on Skeletron.

Pixel Piracy[edit | edit source]

Pixel Piracy is a 2D real-time strategy game developed by Quadro Delta and published by Re-Logic. To celebrate the publishing deal, version 1.2.4 added crossover content into Terraria.

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

The weapon Starfury is present in Pixel Piracy.

Dungeon Defenders 2[edit | edit source]

Dungeon Defenders 2 is a 3D tower-defense game developed by Trendy Entertainment which has crossover content in Terraria since version 1.3.4. Its setting is called "Etheria" so elements from this game are called "Etherian" to distinguish from the Terrarian versions when ambiguity could exist, such as for example between Etherian Mana and Mana, or Etherian Goblin and Goblin.

The game features four core classes, which are represented in Terraria by the selection of player equipment.

Class Sentries Tier 2 Armor Tier 3 Armor Tier 2 Weapon Tier 3 Weapon Accessory
Apprentice Flameburst Rod.png Flameburst Cane.png Flameburst Staff.png
Apprentice armor.pngApprenticeDesktop Version Dark Artist armor.pngDark ArtistDesktop Version Tome of Infinite Wisdom.pngTome of Infinite WisdomDesktop Version Betsy's Wrath.pngBetsy's WrathDesktop Version Apprentice's Scarf.pngApprentice's ScarfDesktop Version
Huntress Explosive Trap Rod.png Explosive Trap Cane.png Explosive Trap Staff.png
Explosive Trap
Huntress armor.pngHuntressDesktop Version Red Riding armor.pngRed RidingDesktop Version Phantom Phoenix.pngPhantom PhoenixDesktop Version Aerial Bane.pngAerial BaneDesktop Version Huntress's Buckler.pngHuntress's BucklerDesktop Version
Monk Lightning Aura Rod.png Lightning Aura Cane.png Lightning Aura Staff.png
Lightning Aura
Monk armor.pngMonkDesktop Version Shinobi Infiltrator armor.pngShinobi InfiltratorDesktop Version Ghastly Glaive.pngGhastly GlaiveDesktop Version Sky Dragon's Fury.pngSky Dragon's FuryDesktop Version Monk's Belt.pngMonk's BeltDesktop Version
Squire Ballista Rod.png Ballista Cane.png Ballista Staff.png
Squire armor.pngSquireDesktop Version Valhalla Knight armor.pngValhalla KnightDesktop Version Brand of the Inferno.pngBrand of the InfernoDesktop Version Flying Dragon.pngFlying DragonDesktop Version Squire's Shield.pngSquire's ShieldDesktop Version

Sentries and armor sets are bought with Defender Medals from the Tavernkeep when the corresponding tiers are unlocked (Tier 1 is available from the start, one Mechanical Boss defeated in Hardmode for Tier 2, Golem defeated for Tier 3). Tier 2 weapons and accessories are dropped by the Ogre while Tier 3 weapons are dropped by Betsy. Other content include:

All the crossover content in Terraria is obtained through the Tavernkeep NPC, either directly from him or indirectly by triggering the Old One's Army event.

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

As part of the crossover, Dungeon Defenders 2 incorporated some Terrarian content as well.

Minecraft[edit | edit source]

Minecraft is a 3D sandbox game developed by Mojang which has crossover content in Terraria since 1.2.1.

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

  • Jens Bergensten has officially claimed that the summon mechanism of The Wither, one of Minecraft's bosses, was inspired by the boss summon mechanics of Terraria.[1]
  • One of Minecraft's title screen splash messages says: "Also try Terraria!".

One Drop[edit | edit source]

One Drop is a yoyo manufacturer. In, these following One Drop's yoyos were added to Terraria:

Reciprocal content[edit | edit source]

In turn, One Drop released real-life yoyos designed after Terrarian.pngTerrarian[2] and Kraken.pngKraken[3].

References[edit | edit source]

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