Yoraiz0r's Spell

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Yoraiz0r's Spell
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  • Yoraiz0r's Spell equipped
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Statistics
TypeAccessoryDeveloper
Tooltip'Great for impersonating devs!'
Whatever this accessory does to you is not a bug!
RarityRarity Level: 9
Sell8 Gold Coin
The rocket particle and eye glow/motion streak effect provided by Yoraiz0r's Spell equipped in the fifth (bottom) accessory slot.

Yoraiz0r's Spell is a developer Wing type. Like other developer Wings, Yoraiz0r's Spell is acquired along with Yoraiz0r's set when they drop from a Hardmode Treasure Bag in Expert mode (1/20 or 5% chance of a random developer set dropping).

Yoraiz0r's Spell is unique in that it functions as Wings but displays no wing or other item graphic. It instead displays a rocket effect similar to the Rocket Boots, while still offering controlled flight, as well as glide time after flight time has been exhausted. It also offer the ability to hover at a fixed height via the + keys.

Visual effects[edit | edit source]

Yoraiz0r's Spell grants unique visuals that can be altered in unusual ways: It causes the player's eyes to glow red, along with a motion streak. The intensity of the eye glow and streak are determined by which accessory or social slot the Spell is equipped in: No glow is present if placed in the top slot, while a pronounced glow and long streak appear if placed in the bottom (fifth, even more so in the sixth) slot.

The color and effect of the eye glow can be altered by the Pet Dye slot in the equipment tab, while those of the Rocket Boots-style particles emitted when flying can be altered separately via the accessory dye slot.

Yoraiz0r's Spell also causes the player to emit a faint amount of light, if placed in a main accessory slot rather than a social (vanity) slot, and if the slot is set to visible. The light level is similarly affected by which accessory slot the Spell is equipped in, with the most light emitted via the bottom slot.

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