Guide:Turkor the Ungrateful strategies
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Turkor the Ungrateful is a pre-Hardmode boss exclusive to the Mobile version and . It is summoned with the versionCursed Stuffing, an item dropped during Thanksgiving, and will only appear if the player has a Pet Turkey summoned. Like most bosses, it can easily overpower an ill-prepared player, so gear up properly before taking it on.
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Armor[edit | edit source]
- For melee users, Molten armor is preferred. Since Turkor is unable to move, Crimson armor can also be used for a safer, albeit slower, approach. Shadow armor should also suffice.
- Ranged users should use Necro armor.
- Magic users should use Meteor armor or a Wizard Hat for maximum damage output. Jungle armor or a Diamond Robe will also work, but maintaining mana is less of a hassle due to Turkor's lack of mobility.
- Dodging the head, the main source of damage, is crucial. Use a Cloud in a Bottle or better, plus Spectre Boots or their upgrades
- A Shackle, Cobalt Shield, or any other defensive accessory will help.
- Reforging accessories for damage (Menacing) is preferred, but defensive modifiers (Warding) will also work for a safer method of fighting.
- The Night's Edge is a must-have, due to the damage it can deal to the body before the heads respawn. Use a Thorn Chakram or an Enchanted Sword for dealing with the heads
- A Minishark will make short work of the boss. The Sharanga or a Phoenix Blaster will also work nicely.
- The Water Bolt will be very effective in an enclosed arena. Piercing weapons such as the Demon Scythe, Diamond Staff, or Aqua Scepter will be effective for taking out multiple heads.
Battle[edit | edit source]
Turkor cannot directly follow the player, so minimal arena preparation is needed. Make sure the arena compliments your weapon choice, and fight on. You must defeat the heads before you can take on the body, so attack them with long distance or piecing weapons. Once all heads are downed, you can get up close and wail on the body with your highest damage weapons. Since Turkor will be nearly unable to do anything for 25 seconds, it's the perfect opportunity to completely heal from any damage previously dealt, preferably with the Nurse.
Farming[edit | edit source]
After its defeat, Turkor the Ungrateful will drop a Horn o' plenty, which may help in later battles. If you have defeated the Wall of Flesh, basically any Hardmode weapon and armor combination available will be able to defeat Turkor in minimal time. It's also possible to only focus on attacking the heads, infinitely farming large amounts of coins. See Guide:Making Money.