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Old-gen console version3DS version Old-gen console/3DS-Only Content: This information applies only to the Old-gen console and 3DS versions of Terraria.
  • Tizona item spriteold Tizona item sprite
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Knockback4 (Weak)
Critical chance4%
Use time26 Average
TooltipHas a chance to cause Bleeding
RarityRarity level: 5
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Inflicts Debuff
Debuff tooltipCannot regenerate life
Duration 10 seconds

The Tizona is a post-Ocram sword that has the ability to cause the Bleeding debuff upon impact. It is capable of autoswing and prevents the player from turning while swinging. When swung, a yellow/red fire animation is shown, similar to the visuals of the Fiery Greatsword.

Its best modifier is Legendary.

On the Console version Console version and Mobile version Mobile version, the Tizona was replaced with a Chlorophyte Claymore upon updating to the equivalent.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipe[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Enemies can never regenerate health in any way, so Bleeding inflicted by this weapon will damage enemies, instead of preventing natural health regeneration.
    • Note that no enemies or bosses are immune to the debuff.
    • Unlike most other debuffs, Bleeding deals damage 5 times per second.

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • For some players, the Tizona is unnecessary to craft because of its inferior stats. The True Excalibur and True Night's Edge do more damage, have projectile attacks, and are easier to obtain, although they do rely on the luck of a Solar Eclipse happening.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Tizona is one of the swords carried by the medieval knight Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, also known as El Cid. According to the epic poem Cantar de mio Cid, Tizona was used to fight the Moors in Spain.
  • The name Tizona translates to either "burning stick" or "firebrand". Despite this, the Tizona does not inflict On Fire!.
  • On the Collector's Edition poster, it is said to inflict Slow instead of Bleeding.

History[edit | edit source]