Toxic Flask

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Toxic Flask
  • Toxic Flask item sprite
Stack digit 1.png
Statistics
TypeWeapon
Damage46Magic
Knockback4 (Weak)
Mana30
Critical chance4%
Use time28 Average
Velocity9
RarityRarity level: 8
Sell20000*2 Gold Coin.png
Projectile created
  • Toxic Flask
    Toxic Flask
A player throwing a Toxic Flask.

The Toxic Flask is a Hardmode, post-Plantera magic weapon that has a 2.5% / 3.75% (1/40 / 3/80) chance to be dropped by Dr. Man Fly during the Solar Eclipse event. It throws a flask with low velocity and a heavy arc that explodes on impact and creates a spread of small toxic clouds that constantly damage enemies, even through blocks. The clouds last for one to two seconds.

Its best modifier is Mythical.

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • The Toxic Flask has the potential to be an extremely powerful weapon for a wide variety of purposes. Depending on the situation, the DPS from the toxic cloud can exceed that of the Inferno Fork, the Shadowbeam Staff, and most other Hardmode Dungeon-tier weapons. Unless you have trouble supporting the high Mana cost, it is one of the best choices considering that it is available shortly after Plantera.
  • While the Toxic Flask excels against crowds of enemies, it is usually less effective against single resilient enemies like bosses.
  • Since its toxic clouds can go through blocks, it can be used as an effective tool against enemies that can travel through blocks like worms, Wraiths, or Reapers.
  • A single cloud will instantly disappear each time the weapon damages an enemy, which may or may not limit effectiveness depending on how many enemies are within the spread.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The Toxic Flask and the Ale Tosser are the only weapons to feature a thrown bottle/glass projectile.
  • Despite having "Flask" in its name, it is in no way related to the buff-granting Flasks: It can neither be consumed nor can it apply buffs to melee weapons.

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