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Thorns Potion

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Thorns Potion
  • Thorns Potion item sprite
Stack digit 3.pngStack digit 0.png
Use time17 (Very fast)
TooltipAttackers also take damage
Rarity1*Rarity level: 1
Research20 required
Grants Buff
Buff tooltipAttackers also take damage
Duration8 minutes
"Thorns" redirects here. For the plant, see thorny bushes.

The Thorns Potion is a buff potion which grants the Thorns buff when consumed. The buff knocks back enemies that strike the player, dealing a third of their damage to them. This lasts for 8 minutes, but can be canceled at any time by right-clicking the icon (Desktop version), by selecting the icon and canceling it in the equipment menu (Console versionOld-gen console version), by double-tapping the buff icon (Mobile version), or by canceling the buff from the buffs screen (3DS version).

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipes[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Console VersionOld-gen console versionMobile version This potion cannot be created in worlds with Crimson, as Worm Teeth are only dropped by Devourers in the Corruption. This is likely an unintended issue which arose with the 1.2.3 change. The Fishing feature introduced in 1.2.4 seems however to have balanced this by giving Crimson worlds the Heartreach Potion and Rage Potion while only giving Corruption worlds the Wrath Potion. However, both the Heartreach and Thorns Potions can be found in Chests, regardless of world type.
    • This doesn't apply in Desktop version Desktop and onwards, as when the Dryad is in the Graveyard biome in Hardmode, she sells the seeds of the world evil opposite of the current world evil (i.e. Corrupt Seeds in a Crimson world and Crimson Seeds in a Corrupt world). This means the player can create an artificial Corrupt biome in a Crimson world and therefore allow Devourers to spawn and drop Worm Teeth.
  • The buff stacks with the Dryad's Blessing buff, but not with the thorns effect from the Turtle armor set bonus, which overrides it.
  • The reflected damage is capped at 1000.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Like the Wrath Potion to the Rage Potion, the Thorns Potion may be seen as a counterpart to the Heartreach Potion, as both give defensive buffs with imagery which references their respective biomes.

History[edit | edit source]