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Snow Block

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Snow Block
  • Snow Block item spriteold Snow Block item sprite
  • Snow Block placed
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Statistics
Type
PlaceableYes (1 wide × 1 high)
Use time15 (Very fast)
Rarity0*Rarity level: 0
Research100 required
Snow blocks emit subtle fluffy particles when walked or landed on.

Snow Blocks are found naturally-placed in the Snow Biome. Snow Blocks placed in the Surface layer, either naturally or by a player, will cause a snowfall effect. This is purely visual, and has no functional effects. Snow Blocks cannot be Hallowed or Corrupted. Snow in any form cannot be melted into water, nor produced from water or ice.

Snow blocks are also dropped by the Hardmode Frost Legion enemies, and its Snow Balla throws Snowballs that create further Snow blocks when impacting.

Snowfall[edit | edit source]

Snowfall amount is determined by the number of Snow Blocks that are near your character.

  • Being near even one placed Snow Block has a rare chance to cause a periodic snowflake.
  • Continuous light snowfall occurs at 26 placed snow blocks (two snowflakes/second, average).
  • Heavy snowfall is achieved with 201 placed snow blocks (20 snowflakes/second, average).
  • Absolute maximum snowfall is achieved with 401 placed Snow Blocks (60 snowflakes/second).

The same applies to Snow Bricks, which also cause snowfall. Snow Brick Walls do not cause snowfall on their own.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipe[edit | edit source]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Snow BlockSnow Block
(Desktop version)
Work BenchWork Bench and Ecto MistDesktop Version
total: 1 row(s)

Used in[edit | edit source]

Tips[edit | edit source]

Snow half-blocks on a background wall (left) become thin, looking like "paper" or "melted snow" when placed above a Table.
  • Snow Blocks Hammered into half-blocks have an alternate appearance when placed on a background walls, resembling "paper" or "melted snow," especially when placed directly over a Table or Work Bench.

History[edit | edit source]

  • Desktop 1.3.1: Outline of placed form changed from black to a dark cyan.