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Party Girl

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Party Girl
Party Girl.png
Map Icon Party Girl.png
Map Icon
Classic mode icon.png Classic
Expert mode icon.png Expert
Master mode icon.png Master
Statistics
Type
Environment
AI TypePassive AI
Damage304552 (happy grenades) [1]
Max Life250
Defense15
KB Resist50%
Drops

The Party Girl is a pre-Hardmode NPC vendor who sells festive novelty items and furniture.

Unlike most other town NPCs, the Party Girl has a random 1/40 (2.5%) chance to spawn every morning once the criteria below are met, rather than being guaranteed to appear once fulfilling them. This random chance also applies to her respawning following her death.

On the Desktop version Desktop version, Console version Console version, and Mobile version Mobile version, the Party Girl will defend herself against nearby enemies by throwing Happy Grenades at them, dealing 30 / 45 / 52 damage at the start of the game, and (on the Desktop version Desktop version) as players progress she will gain various stat increases.[1] She will also occasionally throw confetti at the player. Sometimes she may drop a large quantity of Happy Grenades upon her death.

On the Desktop version Desktop version, when talked to during a Party, she will give the first player to talk to her a Slice of Cake.

Items sold[edit | edit source]

Note: All item prices can be decreased by equipping a Discount Card or Greedy RingDesktop, Console, and Mobile Versions. On the Desktop version Desktop version, prices can also be higher or lower based on the NPC's happiness level.
Inventory
Item Cost Availability

Confetti GunConfetti Gun 100*1 Always available.
ConfettiConfetti 200*2 Always available.
Smoke BombSmoke Bomb 20*20 Always available.
Bubble MachineBubble Machine 40000*4 Daytime.
Fog MachineFog MachineDesktop Version 40000*4 Nighttime.
Bubble WandBubble Wand 50000*5 Always available.
Beach BallBeach Ball 20*20 Always available. Desktop, Console, and Mobile Versions
Lava LampLava LampDesktop, Console, and Mobile Versions 20000*2 Always available.
Plasma LampPlasma LampDesktop Version 20000*2 Always available.
Fireworks BoxFireworks BoxDesktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions 50000*5 Always available.
Firework FountainFirework FountainDesktop, Console, Old-gen console, and Mobile Versions 30000*3 Always available.
Party WagonParty WagonDesktop Version 100000*10 Always available.
Spectrum KiteSpectrum KiteDesktop Version 20000*2 Always available.
Pogo StickPogo StickDesktop Version 250000*25 Always available.
Any PylonAny PylonDesktop Version 100000*10 When in a specific biome and is happy enough.
Red RocketRed Rocket 1500*15 After Hardmode is initiated.
Green RocketGreen Rocket 1500*15 After Hardmode is initiated.
Blue RocketBlue Rocket 1500*15 After Hardmode is initiated.
Yellow RocketYellow Rocket 1500*15 After Hardmode is initiated.
Happy GrenadeHappy GrenadeDesktop, Console, and Mobile Versions 250*250 If the player has Happy Grenades in inventory.
Confetti CannonConfetti CannonDesktop, Console, and Mobile Versions 250000*25 When Pirate is present.
BubbleBubbleDesktop, Console, and Mobile Versions 200*2 After Hardmode is initiated.
Smoke BlockSmoke BlockDesktop, Console, and Mobile Versions 100*1 After Hardmode is initiated.
Party CenterParty CenterDesktop VersionConsole Version 200000*20 Always available.
Party HatParty HatDesktop VersionConsole Version 10000*1 Always available.
Silly Balloon MachineSilly Balloon MachineDesktop VersionConsole Version 50000*5 Always available.
Party PresentParty PresentDesktop VersionConsole Version 2000*20 While a party is active.
PigronataPigronataDesktop VersionConsole Version 10000*1 While a party is active.
Blue StreamerBlue StreamerDesktop VersionConsole Version 50*50 While a party is active.
Green StreamerGreen StreamerDesktop VersionConsole Version 50*50 While a party is active.
Pink StreamerPink StreamerDesktop VersionConsole Version 50*50 While a party is active.
Silly Purple BalloonSilly Purple BalloonDesktop VersionConsole Version 100*1 While a party is active.
Silly Green BalloonSilly Green BalloonDesktop VersionConsole Version 100*1 While a party is active.
Silly Pink BalloonSilly Pink BalloonDesktop VersionConsole Version 100*1 While a party is active.
Silly Tied Balloon (Green)Silly Tied Balloon (Green)Desktop VersionConsole Version 1000*10 While a party is active.
Silly Tied Balloon (Purple)Silly Tied Balloon (Purple)Desktop VersionConsole Version 1000*10 While a party is active.
Silly Tied Balloon (Pink)Silly Tied Balloon (Pink)Desktop VersionConsole Version 1000*10 While a party is active.
CelebrationCelebrationDesktop, Console, and Mobile Versions 800000*80 After Golem has been defeated. Desktop Version
Release DovesRelease DovesDesktop Version 100*1 While in a Graveyard.
Release LanternRelease LanternDesktop Version 100*1 During a Lantern Night.
FootballFootballDesktop Version 20*20 When the player has accumulated a golf score of at least 500.

Music toggle Desktop Version[edit | edit source]

After the world with seed 05162020 is visited, the game unlocks the option to toggle the game's default soundtrack for the Terraria: Otherworld soundtrack, by selecting the "Music" option through the Party Girl. Once unlocked, the option carries across all players and all worlds.

Every song in Terraria's soundtrack is replaced, and those that do not have a Terraria: Otherworld equivalent will use the most relevant song; for example, the Underground Jungle will simply use Terraria: Otherworld's Jungle theme, rather than Terraria's Underground Jungle theme.

On a multiplayer world, players will only hear the altered soundtrack if they have used the "Music" option themselves, which will only be present for those who have visited seed 05162020. However, Otherworld music boxes are listenable for all players on multiplayer worlds, regardless of whether they've toggled the option before.

Every new song has its own unique Music Box, all of which are called "Otherworldly Music Boxes".

Upon leaving the world, the soundtrack will revert to the default.

Quotes:

  • "I think this party could use a switch-up! How about these jams?"
  • "We've been partying to this song for years! Let's change it up!"
  • "Are the tunes killing your party? I'll shuffle the playlist for you."

Living preferences Desktop Version[edit | edit source]

BiomeNeighbor
Lovesn/a
Dislikes
Hatesn/a

For more information, see NPC happiness.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • On the Desktop version Desktop version in any world with the seed 05162020, the Party Girl will replace the Guide as the starting Town NPC.
  • Old-gen console version The Party Girl is summoned with a King Statue instead of a Queen Statue.
  • Though the Party Girl is mostly seen as a source of novelty and decorative items, a number of her items are fairly useful:
    • The Bubbles that she sells have a variety of practical uses, such as holding honey and water in midair to provide regeneration and activate the Cute Fishron's speed boost, respectively.
    • Her Rockets can also be used as an elaborate way to kill bosses.
    • Pigronatas provide an early (and safe, but expensive) source for Bacon.
    • Party Bullets are cheaper than Musket Balls but have better stats than Silver Bullets.
    • The Slice of Cake she offers to players (one per party) provides a buff that is useful for building.

Names[edit | edit source]

The Party Girl may have any of the following names:

  • Bailey
  • Bambi
  • Bunny
  • Candy
  • Cherry
  • Dazzle
  • Destiny
  • Fantasia
  • Fantasy
  • Glitter
  • Isis
  • Lexus
  • Paris
  • Sparkle
  • Star
  • Sugar
  • Trixy

Quotes[edit | edit source]

Interaction quotes[edit | edit source]

    • "We have to talk. It's... it's about parties."
    • "I can't decide what I like more: parties, or after-parties."
    • "We should set up a blinkroot party, and we should also set up an after-party."
    • "Put up a disco ball and then I'll show you how to party."
    • "I went to Sweden once, they party hard, why aren't you like that?"
    • "My name's <name of Party Girl> but people call me party pooper. Yeah I don't know, it sounds cool though."
    • "Do you party? Sometimes? Hm, okay then we can talk..."

    If player's character is male:

    • "Wow, <name of player>, meeting an adventurous man like you makes me want to party!"

    When Stylist is present:

    • "I think it is about time I got my hair did!"

    During a PartyDesktop VersionConsole Version:

    • "Hmm? Nothing special today... just kidding! It's party time, and then it's after party time!"
    • "At last, my time has come!"

    During Rain Desktop Version:

    • "It's raining outside! Come on in and party!"
    • "Oh, are you all wet? Well, shake it off!"

    During a ThunderstormDesktop Version:

    • "There was a sudden crash of thunder at the disco, and I panicked!"
    • "Let's dance! We can shake our hips to the beat of the sky!"

    During a Windy DayDesktop Version:

    • "Did somebody say hurricane party!? I'll bring the batteries!"
    • "This is like, an amazing time to fling confetti everywhere!"

    After defeating tier 1 of Old One's Army:

    • "Have you seen an ogre yet? I want to ride on the back of one!"

    When in a GraveyardDesktop Version:

    • "Woo hoo! It's party time! ...Uh, why isn't anyone moving?"
    • "We should party so loud that we LITERALLY wake the dead! Hee hee!"

    Desktop Version Giving out cake (when talked to for the first time during a Party):

    • "Where ya been!? There's a total party going on! Here, take the cake!"
    • "Shhh! Don't tell ANYONE I gave you this! It's a party surprise!"
    • "Party up! You're like, in charge of the cake, <name of player>!"

    Desktop Version When pressing the "Music" option:

    • "Are the tunes killing your party? I'll shuffle the playlist for you."
    • "Are the tunes killing your party? I'll shuffle the playlist for you."
    • "Are the tunes killing your party? I'll shuffle the playlist for you."
  • Happiness quotes Desktop Version[edit | edit source]

  • When homeless:

    • "I'm ready to party, but I don't have a house for the after-party."

    When neutral:

    • "I'm in my best party mood!"

    When far from home:

    • "My party favors, I forgot them at home. Wow, it's pretty far!"

    When in a sparse area:

    • "This is all mine? I'm gonna throw the BIGGEST party - for myself!"

    When overcrowded:

    • "There's a lot of people around me, but I don't like that they aren't partying!"
    • "Wow, there's so many people here, I hate that it's not for a party."

    When in the Hallow:

    • "Why do I like the Hallow? Because it has RAINBOWS!"

    When in the Underground:

    • "Ew, it's so drab in the Underground. How can you party in a place like this?"

    When in an Evil biome or the Dungeon:

    • "Yeesh, the Corruption/Crimson/Dungeon is literally murdering my party vibe."

    When near the Wizard:

    • "I love that <name of Wizard> the Wizard always dazzles at my parties."

    When near the Zoologist:

    • "I love that <name of Zoologist> the Zoologist always dazzles at my parties."

    When near the Stylist:

    • "I totally like <name of Stylist> the Stylist's party style."

    When near the Merchant:

    • "I think <name of Merchant> the Merchant is a killjoy at parties."

    When near the Tax Collector:

    • "I hate how <name of Tax Collector> the Tax Collector always tries to shut down my after-parties. What a grump!"
  • Trivia[edit | edit source]

    • The Party Girl is the only female NPC who does not appear annoyed or rude during a Blood Moon.
    • Redigit has stated that the Party Girl was partially inspired by the character Pinkie Pie from the Canadian-American children's animated fantasy television series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.[3] The names Sparkle and Trixy are likely references to the characters Princess Twilight Sparkle and Trixie from the same series.
    • The Party Girl was sprited by former Terraria spriter Waffles.
    • It is possible for the Party Girl and the Dryad to both be named Isis.
    • The quote, "There was a sudden crash of thunder at the disco, so I panicked!" is a reference to the band Panic! at the Disco.
    • The quote, "Oh, are you all wet? Well, shake it off!" is a reference to the song "Shake It Off" by Taylor Swift.
    • The Party Girl states that she hates the Tax Collector because apparently he shuts down her after-parties. However, it is stated by the Tax Collector that he actually likes the Party Girl.
    • The BestiaryBestiary entry for the Party Girl: "Positive beyond comprehension, the Party Girl will use any excuse to celebrate. She sells party favors and flashy things."

    History[edit | edit source]

    • Desktop 1.4.0.1:
      • Now sells Celebration.
      • Added the "Music" toggle, which will change all used music to the Terraria: Otherworld counterpart. This is enabled by default on worlds with the seed 05162020.
      • Now sells the Fog Machine during a Blood Moon.
      • Must now be present for a Party to occur.
      • Now gives the Slice of Cake if spoken to during a party.
    • Desktop 1.3.0.6: Chance to spawn increased to 2.5% from the previous 2% (1/40 as opposed to 1/50)
    • Desktop 1.2.4: Now sells the Fireworks Box and Fireworks Fountain.
    • Console 1.0.750.0: (PS4)
      • Now sells the Lava Lamp, Confetti Cannon, Bubble, and Smoke Block.
      • Now throws Happy Grenades at nearby enemies and drops some on death.
      • Chance to spawn increased to 2.5% from the previous 2%.
      • Now only spawns if 14 other NPCs have moved in.
      • The Old Man and Skeleton Merchant are now excluded from the NPC count for the move-in requirement.
    • Console 1.07: Now sells the Fireworks Box and Fireworks Fountain.
    • Mobile 1.3.0.7:
      • Now sells the Lava Lamp, Confetti Cannon, Bubble, and Smoke Block.
      • Now throws Happy Grenades at nearby enemies and drops some on death.
      • Chance to spawn increased to 2.5% from the previous 2%.
      • Now only spawns if 14 other NPCs have moved in.
      • The Old Man and Skeleton Merchant are now excluded from the NPC count for the move-in requirement.

    References[edit | edit source]

    1. 1.0 1.1 Information taken from the Desktop version Desktop 1.4.0.5 source code, function AI_007_TownEntities() in Terraria.NPC.cs
    2. Information taken from the Desktop version Desktop 1.4.0.5 source code, method UpdateTime_SpawnTownNPCs() in Terraria.Main.cs
    3. Redigit's statement, date unknown. Archived from the original on 2016-06-02.