Talk:Giant Glowing Mushroom

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It seems that the tree drops significantly less mushrooms then before, can anyone confirm this?

Tree Height[edit source]

It might be prudent to include information about the minimum and maximum heights of the trees, how high the ceiling needs to be, and how long it takes for a tree to spawn

Acorn Bug?[edit source]

I just chopped down a Giant Glowing Mushroom in my artificially created Surface Mushroom Biome, and alone with several glowing mushrooms, I received the gift of an acorn! I'm certain it didn't come from a normal WOOD tree, because this artificial biome was purposely situated in mid-air, away from any spreading Hallow/Corruption/Crimson. 173.228.18.99 00:30, 8 November 2013 (UTC)

Trees=Grass?[edit source]

This may need further testing, but my mushroom biome turned back into a normal (albeit slightly dark) Forest biome, suggesting that giant mushrooms count for the minimum "mushroom grass" requirement of a mushroom biome. - 24.183.58.176 18:08, 3 March 2014 (UTC)

Yes actually. Mushroom trees and small mushrooms count towards mushroom biome requirements as well as mushroom grass Anonymous132547698 (talk) 19:48, 15 December 2016 (UTC)

Criteria for growing giant glowing mushrooms[edit source]

The criteria for growing giant glowing mushrooms in an artificial biome are either not complete or are no longer valid in 1.3. I successfully made an artificial biome that has over 100 blocks wide of mud floor, and 15 blocks high over half of it, but only small mushrooms will grow. I removed all of the back wall and increased thickness of the mud floor to 2 tiles thick, but nothing is helping. --HunterZ 02:58, 19 August 2015 (UTC)

UPDATE: After spending a lot of time with no giant glowing mushrooms growing in my artificial glowing mushroom biome, I tried increasing the number of blocks between floor and ceiling from 15 to 16. Almost immediately I started getting giant glowing mushrooms! They appeared on a one brick thick layer of mud with nothing underneath. --HunterZ 18:51, 28 August 2015 (UTC)

Should this be a stub?[edit source]

Anyone think so? Awesome_Diamonds 22:48, 30 April 2017 (UTC)

A stub isn't the same as a short page; a stub is when a page is missing information, while a short page is just when there isn't much to say. I'd categorize this as as a "short page", as it seems to detail everything it needs to already. – KM100 (talk) 22:54, 30 April 2017 (UTC)