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"Christmas Update"
Release date December 15, 2011[1]
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The Christmas-themed 1.1.1 patch included a new snow biome, snowman NPCs and presents.

New additions[edit | edit source]

New features[edit | edit source]

  • Added an option to turn backgrounds off.
  • New event Frost Legion.

Changes[edit | edit source]

  • Reduced the amount of RAM needed to run Terraria.
  • Improved the automatic game quality adjuster.
  • Spears can no longer have modifiers that affect size, making their best modifier Godly.
  • Lighting update won’t skip as much on lower quality levels.
  • Water Bolt can now have conditions.
  • Mana Flower's price has been increased.
  • Cursed Torch item now emits light in water.
  • Harpoon can now be reforged.
  • Wyverns are less common and will be less likely to spawn near the ground.

Bug fixes[edit | edit source]

  • Items dropped on death for hardcore and mediumcore characters will retain their conditions.
  • Space Gun now has a value.
  • Diving Helmet now works correctly.
  • Walls now correctly show behind Glass Blocks.
  • You can now untie bound NPC’s with Autopause enabled.
  • Mediumcore and hardcore players will drop their cursor item on death.
  • Coins held on the cursor will correctly be dropped on death.
  • Dryad’s Corruption and Hallow status numbers are correct.
  • Fixed the shadow glitch of trippy lighting.
  • Music Boxes no longer duplicate when placed on platforms.
  • Fixed an issue that caused stacked coins to go missing from chests during multiplayer.
  • Lighting will now be set to Retro instead of crashing if Terraria is unable to switch to the new lighting mode.
  • Keybindings will no longer sometimes be set to "None" automatically.
  • Bombs thrown by clowns will now show that the wall has been destroyed in multiplayer.
  • Crystal Shards now give off light in retro and white color mode.
  • Hallowed Armor only has graphical effects with the helmet.
  • Players now have hair under their hats.
  • Statues no longer turn into Armor Statues when they are smashed from the top.
  • Clowns only throw bombs when their target is alive.

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