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Electrosphere Launcher

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Electrosphere Launcher
  • Electrosphere Launcher item sprite
Stack digit 1.png
Statistics
TypeWeapon
Damage40 Ranged
Knockback2 (Very Weak)
Critical chance4%
Use time11 Very Fast
Velocity12
RarityRarity Level: 8
Sell10 Gold Coin
The Electrosphere Launcher in use. Note that the electric fields cannot overlap.

The Electrosphere Launcher is a Hardmode, post-Golem launcher that fires rockets to your cursor, then forms an energy-emanating ball of constant damage for approximately 8 seconds. An infinite amount of electrospheres can be summoned but they cannot overlap. It is very good for mowing down hordes of enemies in events in which they group together, or stationary opponents. It is very bad against quick moving enemies like most bosses, however.

The Electrosphere Launcher has an 11.11% (1/9) chance to be dropped by the Martian Saucer during the Martian Madness event.

Its best Modifier is Unreal.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The Electrosphere Launcher cannot destroy tiles with Rocket II and Rocket IV. Additionally, the size of the explosion is the same, regardless of the rocket used. The damage does increase however. Although Rocket III and Rocket IV are identical in function, Rocket III is 1/5 the cost of Rocket IV, making it the better choice for nearly all purposes.
  • The explosion that the Electrosphere Launcher creates does not harm the user.
  • The rocket explodes at either the location of the cursor when fired, any block in between the player and that location, or any enemy it hits.
  • This weapon is comparable to the Sky Dragon's Fury.
    • While the Sky Dragon's Fury fires more rings of electricity and does not use ammunition, the Electrosphere Launcher does more damage and lasts longer.

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