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Living Fire Block

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Living Fire Block
Stack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.pngStack digit 9.png
Living Fire Block.png Living Cursed Fire Block.png Living Demon Fire Block.png Living Frost Fire Block.png Living Ichor Fire Block.png Living Ultrabright Fire Block.png


Living Fire Block (placed).gif Living Cursed Fire Block (placed).gif Living Demon Fire Block (placed).gif
Living Frost Fire Block (placed).gif Living Ichor Fire Block (placed).gif Living Ultrabright Fire Block (placed).gif
Statistics
Type Furniture
Use time 14 (Very Fast)
Rarity Rarity Level: 0
Internal Item ID: 2701, 2751-2755
Internal Tile ID: 336, 340-344
Placed

Living Fire Blocks are decorative furniture blocks that, when placed, resemble small animated flames and emit faint orange light. They deal no damage on contact, and can be freed with any pickaxe. Living Fire Blocks have a 1/50 (2%) chance of being dropped by any enemy killed in the Underworld during Hardmode, and drop in stacks of 20-50 at a time.

While Living Fire Blocks can be placed in a manner similar to traditional blocks, they are not actually foreground blocks but rather furniture items. They can attach to each other horizontally as well as vertically, but other traditional foreground block types will not attach to them. Like other furniture objects, Living Fire Blocks have no collision, allowing the player to walk directly through them.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

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Using the Living Fire Block, you can craft other, different types of Living Fire Blocks which look different but are functionally identical.

Recipes[edit | edit source]

Result IngredientsCrafting Station
Living Cursed Fire Block.png
Living Cursed Fire Block (20) Desktop only.png
Internal Item ID: 2751
Living Fire Block.pngLiving Fire Block (20) Crystal Ball.png Crystal Ball
Cursed Flame.pngCursed Flame
Living Demon Fire Block.png
Living Demon Fire Block (20) Desktop only.png
Internal Item ID: 2752
Living Fire Block.pngLiving Fire Block (20)
Demon Torch.pngDemon Torch
Living Frost Fire Block.png
Living Frost Fire Block (20) Desktop only.png
Internal Item ID: 2753
Living Fire Block.pngLiving Fire Block (20)
Ice Block.pngIce Block (10)
Living Ichor Fire Block.png
Living Ichor Fire Block (20) Desktop only.png
Internal Item ID: 2754
Living Fire Block.pngLiving Fire Block (20)
Ichor.pngIchor
Living Ultrabright Fire Block.png
Living Ultrabright Fire Block (20) Desktop only.png
Internal Item ID: 2755
Living Fire Block.pngLiving Fire Block (20)
Ultrabright Torch.pngUltrabright Torch (2)

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • Living fire blocks could be considered more useful than torches because, besides being easy to farm, they can be placed anywhere and are immune to being displaced by liquids. The only downside is that they are not as easily broken as torches.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Like Fireblossoms and Obsidian, they are not destroyed when dropped into Lava, despite being a White-rarity item.
  • They will not count as valid light sources or background walls for Houses.
  • Their placement behavior is similar to Wooden Beams, except that Wooden Beams can only attach to each other vertically, while Living Fire Blocks can form horizontal arrangements as well. Also, other block types and furniture can be placed on Wooden Beams, but not on Living Fire Blocks, with the exception of platforms. Torches will also not attach to Living Fire Blocks.
  • Living Fire Blocks can be placed in areas submerged by lava.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Moon Leech Clot and Living Ultrabright Fire Block have the same sprite, but the Clots aren't animated.

History[edit | edit source]

Furniture: Iron Anvil.png Crafting Stations • Candle.png Light Sources • Chest.png Storage Items • Pure Water Fountain.png Other Items