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tModLoader A in-depth tier list of all of the enchantments in Fargo's Soul mod

CursedSliver

Eater of Worlds
In this tier list, I'll look through all of the enchantments in Fargo's Soul Mod.

Eternity Mode is a modded diffculty added by using both the Fargo's Mutant Mod and the Fargo's Soul Mod. It drastically changes the bosses and enemie's AI and it's projectiles which in turn, makes it more challenging and fun. Wiki here.
@Fargowilta and it's development team , Re-Logic team, and all of the wiki-editors out there!

Now, here's my tier explantion:

I will rate them from:
Assessability (When you can get it and how much you need to spend in order to get it)
Effectiveness (where the cases it would be useful, how common are those cases, and how well it preforms in these cases)
Damage (Damage-based enchantments)
Backfire (How would it backfire and how often, the smaller it was the less likely, N/A states it won't backfire at all)

S tier: extremely powerful in all cases, basically equipped everywhere you go, a must-have when it is unlocked and can be used for a very long time.
A tier: Useful in the majority of situations, but while not considered overpowered.
B tier: Good if you know where to use them. While being rather helpless in some situations, it performs well when played to it's strengths.
C tier: It's not usually really bad to be unusable, but usually there'll be much better options for you to choose.
D tier: The option when you have nothing on your accessories slots. It's inefficency is obvious to anyone who tried it.
F tier: Absolutely garbage and can even hurt the player.

They will also be rated and compared to other enchants you get at similar progression, and these are often considered on my own experiences. If you feel like some of those are unfair, let me know.

Note: I will rate them from their performance in Eternity Mode, excluding the DLC enchantments
Note2: For all enchantments which requires a reaver shark and you can get it early, I will not count such enchant as pre-boss. However, because you can bomb on meteorite, any enchantments requiring meteorite is fine.

Note3: All enchantments marked with "(***)" states that the enchantment haven't been tested yet in the latest beta.

Pre-Boss

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Wood enchantment: F (***)

Critters will explode shortly after being released. It also grants immunity to the Guilty debuff.
Accessability: 4/5
Effectiveness: 0.5/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: N/A
The fact that it requires critter to work is just ridiculous. There's better accessory out here that grants immunity to guilty, namely the Squeaky Toy.

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Boreal Wood enchantment: B-

Causes weapons to additionally fire a spread of 3 snowballs every second.
Accessability: 4/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: N/A
While the snowball's performance in bosses is kind of dull, it can be a nice source of knockback and damage. And it has great assessability makes up for it's lack damage.

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Cactus enchantment: B

25% of contact damage is reflected and Enemies will explode into needles on death
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 3/5

Backfire: N/A
It can easily shred crowds and bosses with multiple segments (aka BoC and EoW), but it's practically useless underground. It's contact damage reflection is not really a big deal as enemies usually uses debuffs to majorly harm the player and most of the bosses uses projectiles.

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Rich Mahogany enchantment: B+
multiplys the speed at which Hooks extend and retract by x1.5.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: 1/5
Fun fact, this enchantment is surprising very good on bosses like king slime and eye of cthulhu where changing directions and boosting your speed in essential to your survival. However, I placed it in B instead of A is because it requires a Ivy whip, and the buffed jungle in early game are very, very dangerous, that makes it hard to get and most likely not worth the effort.

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Shadewood enchantment: B+

Creates an aura of Bleeding around the player. Enemy NPCs that walk into the aura will receive the Bleeding debuff. Additionally, if affected enemies are struck, they will release a spurt of damaging blood.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 4/5
Backfire: N/A
If that effect was universal, it would be even better than cactus enchant on said bosses. Unfortunately for it to work, it must be very close to you which will likely make you get hit. Can still decimete crowds in events like the goblin army and blood moons, and sometimes even better.

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Ebonwood enchantment: S

Provides the player with a Shadowflame aura.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 5/5
Backfire: N/A

The Arua deals a shocking 15 extra dps to anything touching them. Insanely useful and also makes great wall-immune cave lights. the only problem is that some bosses are immune to shadowflame, and it requires fishing in the corruption which meansgaining enough gear to fight off the eater of souls.

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Palm Wood enchantment: A

Grants the ability to spawn a palm tree sentry by double tapping ▼ Down. The sentry will fire nuts at enemies which explode into multiple fragments. The palm tree deals 15 damage.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 4/5

Backfire: 3/5
The Tree it summons throws nuts explode into a simliar fashion to The Seedler! Which means if you spawn it in a big boss like the king slime, all of the fragments should hit and deal massive damage. You can also spawn it behind walls to git rid of any enemies here. However, if you try to spawn it on platforms, you will fall off the platforms.

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Snow enchantment: F (***)
Creates a small aura around the player that will slow any incoming projectiles by 33%.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: 4/5
This should be good in theory, but it really messes with bullet patterns and can screw you up easily. Not recommended for neither King Slime and Eye of Cthulhu.

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Ancient Cobalt enchantment: A-

Causes any projectile to have a 1/5 chance to explode into a cluster of damaging stingers. The stinger effect can only occur once every second.
Accessability: 1/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: N/A
Basically turns one of your projectiles into crystal bullets every 1 second whose crystals can fly forever in one direction. Would've been good if it doesn't require grinding in the jungle for hours.

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Jungle enchantment: D-

Releases a lingering spore when jumping and inflicts Poisoned. Herb collection is doubled and destroying vines gives you Vine Rope.
Accessability: 1/5
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 1/5
Backfire: 1/5
First of all, the damage of the spore isn't great. Secondly, why not you just use the staff of regrowth? and lastly, it is also fairly difficult to acquire.

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Angler enchantment: A+

increases bait power by 10 and lets the player catch fish almost instantly.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 5/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: 1/5
The ultimate fishing accessory for decades till post-ml where you have the fishing soul. However is not usable for anything else other than fishing (obviously)

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Tin enchantment: S (***)

Sets the crit chance of all weapons to 4%. For every second, when one crit happens it increases crit chance by 4%, up to 100%, however it cannot increase your crit chance for more than 4% every second, and taking damage will reset the crit chance back down to 4%.
Accessability: 4/5
Effectiveness: 4/5

Damage: 5/5
Backfire: N/A

If you have good skill, this is the way to go. In the early games, you can practically double you dps with it. Can be used all of the way up to Moon Lord.

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Lead enchantment: A

Gives the player's attacks a chance to inflict the Lead Poison debuff. Lead Poison deals low damage of around 5dps over time and spreads to nearby enemies.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: N/A
Is good with crowds and can do just as good as cactus enchantment. A good replacement and unlike cactus enchantment, it still works well with a bunch of high-health enemies.

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Tungsten Enchantment: A-
Increases sword size by 150% and doubles the size of projectiles with a 0.5 second cooldown. These enlarged items will do 15% more damage on critical hits.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: 1/5
While being useless on some weapons, it can certainly, buff the performance of swords and yoyos against everything. those extra hits can be very helpful for bosses like the eye of cthulhu, or just common enemies.

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Silver enchantment: D

Summons a silver sword familiar that scales with minion damage to protect you.
Accessability: 0.5/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: N/A
It looks like it's viable for summoner, but the butterfly (tree nymph) that it requires is too rare to appear on regular playthroughs. It also cannot deal damage on a large distance.

Pre-hardmode

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Ninja enchantment: B
Grants the ability to throw a smoke bomb by pressing the "Throw Smoke Bomb" key. When the smoke bomb lands, the player will teleport to it and gain the First Strike buff.
Using the Rod of Discord will also grant this buff
First Strike enhances the next attack:
Melee weapons - The next hit will be a guaranteed crit which deals 3x damage
Projectile weapons - 3 projectiles will be fired instead of 1
Accessability: 2/5 (post-King Slime)
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: 2/5
I have no idea why would you use this. the first strike buff only buffs one attack. You may also accidently pressed the throw smoke bomb button and screw up.

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Iron enchantment: B+
Grants the ability to dash and attract items from a larger range. In addition it provides the ability to parry by right-clicking. Successfully parrying an attack will allow the player to completely dodge it; this parry has a small cooldown. Holding right-click will keep the guard up, giving the player 20 defense and slowing down their ground movement.
Accessability: 4/5 (post-Eye of Cthulhu)
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 1/5
Backfire: 1/5
I mean, the magnet is nice, and the parry is ok, but without the dash, it just feels... bad.
(The dash is removed in the latest beta)

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Pumpkin enchantment: B-

Cause a trail of pumpkins to be left behind the player when they move horizontally. These pumpkins heal 15 life if they become fully grown. If an enemies steps on a pumpkin, it will be destroyed and the enemy will take damage. It also summons a Squashling pet.
Accessability: 2/5 (post-Eye of Cthulhu)
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: N/A
Good for bosses where you need to move left and right to dodge attacks, such as queen bee. and the heal is also quite insane if used right.

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Shadow enchantment: A-

Causes the player's attacks to have a chance to inflict Darkness. Debuffed enemies fire shadowflame tentacles at other nearby enemies, dealing damage and inflicting Shadowflame.
Accessability: 4/5 (post-Eater of World)
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 3/5

Backfire: 1/5
Insanely good at wall of flesh as it spreads and killing the hungeries within seconds.
also good for a crowd of enemies.


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Crimson enchantment: A-

Greatly increases the player's life regeneration after being hit until the full damage done is completely healed. If the player gets hit again while this regeneration effect is happening, it will lose all health healed as well as the damage from the second attack. It also summons a Face Monster and Crimson Heart pet.
Accessability: 4/5 (post-Brain of Cthulhu)
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: N/A
It is a godsend before the nerf in 1.3.9. However, now it only regens around 3health/second. But it was still quite viable for all of the pre-hm bosses as a great boost of survivability.
Also fun fact: it bypasses the bleeding debuff.

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Miner enchantment: S

50% increased mining speed, Shows the location of enemies, traps, and treasures. Light is emitted from the player.
Accessability: 3/5 (post-Any Evil Boss)
Effectiveness: 5/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: N/A
Basically a infinite splunker, hunter, and dangersense effect with a mining speed bonus. A must-have when mining for both hardmode ores and chlo, or just mining underground in general.

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Fossil enchantment: B
Revives the player after taking fatal damage, healing them to 1 HP. After reviving, the player is invulnerable for a few seconds and moving bones erupt from them. Once they stop moving, they can be collected by the player for 15 HP each.
Accessability: 2/5 (post-Any Evil Boss)
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: N/A
Unless you are gonna take very large hits, and by that I mean hits OVER 100, it's probably not worth it. Eternity mode mostly uses debuffs and stats savaging to harm the player, rarely just pure damage. The only case where I think it would be kind of useful, is when WoF below 10% and starts spamming deathrays, but in my opinion it's best just to stick a couple offensive enchantments, or crimson enchantment instead.

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Gladiator Enchantment: C-
Causes spears to rain down on enemies when they take damage (including external damage sourses)
Accessability: 2/5 (post-Any Evil Boss)
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 2/5

Backfire: 1/5
I mean, it sounds really good, but there's a lot of bosses that likes to move around horizontally, and that nurifies the effect. Plus, it's not like it is usable underground, and deals good damage anyways (at least in the tier it is supposed to be obtained on).

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Bee enchantment: A
Allows any piercing attacks to spawn bees on hit. This effect doesn't work on segemented enemies such as Worms. In addition, it has the effects of the Hive Pack
Accessability: 4/5 (post-Queen Bee)
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 4/5
Backfire: N/A
Is basically a hive pack upgrade, massive boosts the durations and damage of bee attacks (bee gun, beenade, bee's knees). I can promise that it at least doubles the duration of bees, and basically speaking, bee weapons deals double damage and because they are considered piercing hits, for every hit, it has a chance to generate a non-piercing bee, dealing another 50% more damage stacked on top of each other. Before I thought it's not really good, but now when I look at it, aw man, I hope I knew how powerful is this enchantment earlier.

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Obsidian enchantment: C+

Grants immunity to the On Fire! debuff and lava itself. It allows for normal range of motion and explosive attacks while in lava.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: N/A
because the existance of obsidian skin potion and tim's concotion, it has no practical purpose unless you fill up your entire Wall of Flesh arena with lava which is probably not worth the effort.

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Copper enchantment: C
Grants attacks the chance to spawn lightning which chains to nearby enemies, dealing damage and inflicting a damage over time debuff. This lightning scales with magic damage.
Accessability: 5/5 (post-skeletron)
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: N/A
I mean, it sounds like a good enchantment, but the problem is it is wayyyyyy to slow, only striking a lightning like, every 15 sec? Trash if you ask me.

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Molten enchantment: B+

Creates a ring of fire around the player, dealing damage based on enemy proximity and inflicting On Fire!. It also makes the player explode upon taking damage, dealing damage to any enemy caught in the blast.
Accessability: 3/5 (post-skeletron)
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 4/5
Backfire: N/A
Really, only good when things are close to the player, which isn't really a "bad" thing, but considering how much contact dmg and their AI, it's the best not to stay close. Have an devisating effect when playing melee though.

Hardmode

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Ancient Shadow enchantment: B-

It summons two shadow orbs that will surround the player. If one of them are shot, a spurt of homing shadow energy is released which will attack nearby enemies. Attacks have the chance to inflict the Darkness debuff and create shadowflame tentacles, capable of spreading around enemies.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 3/5

Backfire: 1/5
You see, the problem is that the situation of many enemies around, or in this case, bosses with multiple entities, in hardmode is now much rarer, and for it to really work, there need to be many enemies around. The shadow orb function isn't really great neither; it's just kind of sluggish. Very forgotton enchantment.

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Cobalt enchantment: C-

Grants a 25% chance for the player's projectiles to explode into shards. This effect has a brief cooldown of 1 second.
Accessability: 1/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: N/A
Makes one of your projectile into crystal bullets, but it actually sucks. It's like shooting two crystal bullet every second, and unlike ancient cobalt's situation, crystal bullet now exists, instead of having no hit-spitting weapons in pre-hardmode.

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Gold enchantment: A

grants the player the ability to encase themselves in a golden shell by pressing the Turn Gold hotkey. This shell grants invulnerability, but at the cost of being unable to move or attack. This effect lasts 10 seconds and has a 50 second cooldown, starting when the effect ends. In addition, the player's attacks inflict the Midas debuff. It also provides the effects of Greedy Ring.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: 2/5
A fairly popular use of this enchantment is to squeak past the skeletron prime's dungeon guardian form, using minions. Outside of that though, it still have useful uses such as a free pass on mutant's two of the final stand attacks. It also have a greedy ring and is a money making buffler. Overall, it does it's job well, and it's a great enchantment to use in boss fights. However if you accidently pressed the button while in a bad place, you'll probably take some hits.

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Spider enchantment: S-
Gives All summoning weapons the ability to crit with a 15% chance.
Accessability: 4/5
Effectiveness: 4.5/5
Damage: 4/5
Backfire: N/A
In general, crit chance are always better than damage boosts. And by how much minion sucks, it should be used as your second summoner dps boost as the essence bypasses the dps. But because of the special property of weapons like destroyer gun, use this enchantment with non-minion summoning weapons would be much better.

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Pearlwood enchantment: F (***)

Causes the player's projectiles to spawn a star on impact.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 1/5
Damage: 1/5

Backfire: N/A
It's usefulness is just like it's tooltip ("Too little, too late..."), it used to be good for the destroyer in the hallow, but after the unintentional nerf, it is now considered garbage, just better than nothing. There's just way too many other better enchantments for you to choose than this one, at this stage of the game.

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Meteor enchantment: B+

Causes a meteor shower to rain down every few seconds while attacking with any weapon, scales with melee damage.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 3/5

Backfire: N/A
While being kinda dull for a lot of bosses, the destroyer is not one of them. Even without a melee build, it can easily deal up to 1500 damage per shower, effectively destroying that worm. As of right now,one of the problem with this enchantment is that it's timing, which sometimes initiates while it is coiling, or just off screen, making it a wasted damage. Can be very benefital from Wizard enchant, though.

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Mythril enchantment: B

Increases weapon attack speed by 15%, and getting hit removes this bonus for a few seconds.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: 1/5
Even though it looks like it's good, but after countless nerfs it's now rather dull. The way you can look at it is a slighter better averger emblem pre-mechs which doesn't benefit summoner. And the existance of essences just made it even more obsolute (now essences have been moved to post one mech so it's a decent upgrade, but not as good as emblems). Unless you are doing an all-class playthrough.

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Necro enchantment: D+

Causes a pile of bones to drop from enemies the player kills. Bones will drop from bosses every time it loses 10% of its total HP. If the player touches the pile, a friendly Dungeon Guardian will spawn. The damage it does scales with the HP of the enemy it's attacking.
Accessability: 0.5/5
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 2/5

Backfire: N/A
The fact that it needs a bone key, by how much eternity had buffed dungeon guardian, is just ridiculous. It is "technically" pre-mechs, but it's more like pre-lunatic cultist. And plus, it's damage is not really good either. You need a touch bones which does not move by itself, and a lot of times it's not worth the hit to touch that bone. Lastly, the guardian doesn't pierce either, and enemies cannot activate the guardian, making it dull on events as well.

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Orichalcum enchantment: A

Causes all player damage to spawn flower petals outside the screen which fly rapidly towards the enemy and inflicting a randomized fire-related debuff. These debuffs will deal 3 times the amount of damage they normally would.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: N/A
This thing is actually, surprisingly good! When fully stacked, it deals an additional 117 dps plus the pedals itself dealing 207 extra dps! Good for high defense bosses like skeletron prime, and the twins.

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Platinum enchantment: B-

Causes all enemies have a 10% chance to drop 4x loot. If the enemy is inflicted with Midas, the chance and bonus is doubled.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: N/A
I mean, it can help you with grinding and stuff, but the chance without midas is just too rare to be very good. plus, it also requires quite a bit of grinding. Best for mega grinds where you need a bunch of the same item, though very rarely there's mega grinds in this mod. You can look at it as the pre-golem miniture sinister icon, though it is technically obtainable at any time.

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Titanium enchantment: S-

Grants the Shadow Dodge buff after the player damages an enemy. Shadow Dodge lasts 30 seconds and will cause the next enemy attack to do no damage and will extend the length of invincibility after the attack.
Accessability: 4/5
Effectiveness: 5/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: 3/5
It sounds like a must-get enchantment, but on one hand, since titnaium armor is so mandetory in hardmode, why not just use the armor? Secondly, in eternity mode, shadow dodging grants you "holy price" debuff which heavily nerfs your damage by a whopping 33% and for 15 seconds! It can backfire and result in a longer fight. A tradeoff of offence to survivability.

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Rain enchantment: B+
Causes storm clouds to appear after hitting enemies to rain down damaging rain, shooting the cloud will make it bigger and eventually shoots lightning bolts. Only one can exist at a time. Additionally grants immunity to Wet.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: N/A
Though meteor enchant is technically better, but this enchantment didn't go too far behind on the dps of meteor enchant, and is infinitely more fun to use. Also note that the raindrops doesn't do immunity frames, and you can feed the cloud using your own projectiles.
Note: because the fact that each raindrop deals 100% of the damage that spawned the cloud, it can be utilized to deal tens thousands of dps pre-golem when paired with the right setup such as sniper rifle or striking moment, completely rekting all post-golem bosses except Mutant.

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Wizard enchantment: A+

Enhances the effects of any other Enchantment accessory equipped along with it to their Force equivalent.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 5/5
Damage: N/A (Special case)
Backfire: N/A
A both unique and useful enchantment. However, it's a tricky one too. In order to use this enchantment properly, you need to know about the enchantment and the forces and what they do. Can have a massive impact if used at the right time, and at the right enchantment, though.

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Palladium enchantment: S

Briefly increases health regenration after striking an enemy, and unleashes a damaging energy orb for ever 80 health healed.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 1/5
Backfire: N/A
I have no idea why it is rated so high on the poll. Before the massive nerf of this enchant, it used to be an absolute godsend, practically giving off a constant 3 hp/s healing during boss fights. But now, each hit only generates about appro. 1/8 second of palladium healing. For it to work, you must be constantly hitting something, while the Twins and the Destroyer all have much better choices, skeletron prime when not spinning moves in a very unpredictable way, nullifies the effect by a whole lot. However, I agree with the fact that it's force version is insane, because the force version gives off 3 seconds of palladium healing, as usual. But that's for another accessory slot. Due to how many people voted for this enchantment, I'll put it in S-, and I'll let you all decide instead.

Pre-Plantera

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Apprentice enchantment: D

While attacking, Flameburst shots manifest themselves from your shadows. Flameburst field of view and range are dramatically increased.
Accessability: 3/5 (post-Any Mechanical Boss)
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 2/5

Backfire: 1/5
It's a not very good source of damage... anyhow, and unlike tier 3 OOA event, it's not that hard to requiring a sentry upgrade. Also the noise it provides is annoying.

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Huntress enchantment: D-

Double tap down to create a localized rain of arrows at the cursor's position for a few seconds. The arrow type is based on the first arrow in your inventory and this has a cooldown of 30 seconds. Explosive Traps recharge faster and oil enemies and eet oiled enemies on fire for extra damage.
Accessability: 3/5 (post-Any Mechanical Boss)
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: 3/5

Once again, slightly better than nothing. You can also slip off and fall off the platform you're standing on trying to use it's arrow rain effect.

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Monk enchantment: C

Not attacking for 2 seconds grant you a long invincable monk's dash that works in any cardinal direction. Lightning Arua can now crit and strikes faster.
Accessability: 2/5 (post-Any Mechanical Boss)
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 1/5
Backfire: 1/5
The "not attacking" trick is just too tedious to do; it's usually too late to wait for 2 seconds when you realized you are trapped. Plus sometimes the longer dash might lure you into a dangerous location without you realizing.

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Squire enchantment: B-

Continuing attacking an enemy will grant you the power of the Squire, reducing enemy immunity frames during that time. Ballistas pierces more targets and panics when you take damage.
Accessability: 3/5 (post-Any Mechanical Boss)
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 3/5

Backfire: N/A
It's arguably one of the better enchantment of the four OOC tier 2 enchantments. However, that doesn't solve the problem of being underpowered. There's not much piercing weapons needed for the rest of the mechs, or if they do, they only tend to hit once. Though plantera needed some piercing weapons, it is really only usable for summoner and mages.

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Hallowed enchantment: A+

Grants a shield that can reflect projectiles and an Enchanted Sword familiar which attacks enemies. This familiar scales with summon damage.
Accessability: 0.5/5 (post-The Twins)
Effectiveness: 5/5
Damage: 4/5
Backfire: N/A
Though sharing the same horrible accessability by it's downgrade, it is probably one of the better enchantments out here. The familiar can deal a fair bit of damage of around 800dps, and it's shield is basically a better titnaium enchant for single projectile. Though falls short on a swarm of projectile.

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Forbidden enchantment: C

Grants the ability to summon an ancient storm to the cursor by double tapping S. Any projectiles shot through the storm will gain 30% damage.
Accessability: 1/5 (post-The Twins)
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 2/5

Backfire: N/A
It's ability are cool and all, but the problem is that, in order for it to work you must be standing on the ground. The only useful saneerio is for the Destroyer, but by how much it takes to get this thing, it's probably not really worth it.

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Adamantite enchantment: A-

Causes projectiles to split into 3 smaller ones every second.
Accessability: 3/5 (post-All mechanical bosses)
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: N/A
Very useful if used right, however... kind of garbage when used with a multi-projectile weapon. Best used with weapons like flails and sniper rifle.

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Turtle enchantment: D+

Grants the player the ability to hide in a shell when stationary and not attacking. This ability gives the player 90% damage resistance. In addition, 100% of contact damage is reflected. The enchantment also provides the effects of Cactus Enchantment.
Accessability: 2/5 (post-All mechanical bosses)
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 2/5

Backfire: N/A
The shell thing is basically useless in boss fights, and it can't prevent debuffs either. The only way I can think of it's usefulness is when farming and you can just stand still, but you still need to attack which disables the shield and it's useless again. At least cactus enchant still works, I guess.

Pre-Golem

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Chlorophyte enchantment: C+

Summons a rotating ring of five leaf crystals around the player that fire crystal leaves at enemies. It also doubles the collection of herbs and provides the effects of Flower Boots and Jungle Enchantment.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 2/5

Backfire: N/A
You see, it is an ok enchantment, but there's just too much better enchantments out here to replace this enchantment.

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Frost enchantment: D- (***)

Causes icicles to periodically spawn around the player. Attacking will fire all icicles towards the cursor, damaging enemies within the path. If 10 or more hit, the enemy will be frozen and receive 20% extra damage. In addition, it creates an aura around the player that will slow incoming projectiles.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 1/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: 4/5
For one, in order to charge up to 10 icicles, you need at least appro. 10 sec. And that's NOT worth it at all. plus, it can only freeze [bold]One[/bold], and bosses are unaffected. For damage, even chlorophyte is better than this. And let's not talk about the uselessness of it's downgrade, snow enchant.

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Shroomite enchantment: C-

Grants the ability to enter stealth mode whilst stationary. All attacks now leave a trail of mushrooms, and Stealth mode causes more to spawn.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 3/5

Damage: 2/5
Backfire: N/A
Can be somewhat useful if used right, just like tungsten enchantment. It is best used for bosses that actively moves toward you, aka duke fishron, However, it doesn't do it's job well regardless.

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Spectre enchantment: S- (***)

Makes dealing damage have a chance to spawn damaging orbs and crits have a chance to spawn a healing orb.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 5/5
Backfire: N/A

This enchantment grants really good damage and lifesteal, yet it is still only considered semi-decent. But as a matter of fact, it is indeed, very gud.

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Tiki enchantment: A

Grants the ability to summon temporary minions after maxing out minion slots.
Accessability: 4/5
Effectiveness: 5/5
Damage: 4/5
Backfire: 3/5
You see, this enchantment is great on everything except stardust dragon. However with stardust cell you can still deal good damage. On that sense, the more attack speed you have, the more extra minion you can have. There's one problem, though, is that it'll kill your original minion slots after cancelling your original minion.

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Spooky enchantment: B

Causes minions to periodically perform a scythe attack.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 3/5

Backfire: N/A
Unlike Tiki, though, instead of killing your minion slots, it just makes them flashier. Well, I mean, it can be a nice source of help for stardust pillar, when you don't have a summoner loadout, I guess.

Pre-Moon Lord

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Beetle enchantment: A-

Grants the Beetle Endurance buff, which provides up to 15% of damage reduction. It also increases flight time by 50%.
Accessability: 2/5
Effectiveness: 5/5
Damage: N/A
Backfire: N/A
Pretty much a common enchantment for Lunatic cultist and Moon lord. Though might be a pain to collect the mothron wing and butterfly wing.

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Shinobi Infiltrator enchantment: S

Dash into any walls, to teleport through them to the next opening. Not attacking for 2 second grants you a single use monk dash. Throw a smoke bomb to teleport to it and gain the First Strike Buff, and using the Rod of Discord will also grant this buff. Greatly enhances Lightning Aura effectiveness and effects of Master Ninja Gear.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 5/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: N/A
This just shows how powerful dash is in this game. Basically a direct upgrade to master ninja gear with a wall clip hack. Also useful for OOC tier 3. Would 100% recommend to get immedately after golem.

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Red Riding enchantment: C-

Double tap down to create rain of arrows that follows the cursor's position for a few seconds, and the arrow type is based on the first arrow in your inventory. This has a cooldown of 15 seconds. Greatly enhances Explosive Traps effectiveness and effects of Celestial Shell
Accessability: 1/5 (Post-Betsy)
Effectiveness: 2/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: 2/5

Oh yeah! Strap a moon charm to Huntress enchantment will make it better!

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Dark Artist enchantment: A-

Summons a Flameburst minion that will fire after charging up. It will then act as a sentry, up to 3 can exist at once. While attacking, Flameburst shots manifest themselves from your shadows. Greatly enhances Flameburst effectiveness.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 3/5

Backfire: 1/5
Just an extra source of damage, I daresay. It'll be useful for lunatic cultist, but spectre enchantment is better if you want damage. Plus it might accidently break the wrong cultist and you're dead.

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Vanhalla Knight enchantment: B

Continue attacking an enemy will grant you the power of Vanhalla, drasticly reducing enemy immunity frames during this time.
Accessability: 2/5 (Post-Betsy)
Effectiveness: 4/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: N/A
It is indeed good when using piercing weapons like razorblade typhoon, doubling it's dps. However, the real problem is that is has a 20 seconds(!) cooldown, with only 5 seconds of reduced immunity frame! Not really recommended.

Post-Moon Lord

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Solar enchantment: S

Summons the shield from the Solar Flare armor's set bonus, which increases damage reduction by 30% and grants the ability to dash and ram into enemies. It also causes the player's attacks to have a chance to inflict the Solar Flare debuff for 5 seconds, causing the enemy to explode upon the debuff's expiration.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 5.5/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: 1/5
Again, a upgraded dash with an amazing 30% damage reduction. And a "plant bomb" ability. Dashes are overpowered, and if you don't have shadow force/force of cosmos already, get one for the champions.

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Vortex enchantment: C

Grants the player the ability to enter stealth mode, akin to the stealth mode provided from the Vortex armor's set bonus, by double tapping S. In stealth mode, enemy detection is decreased and ranged damage stats are heavily increased at the cost of movement speed. Unlike the Vortex armor set bonus, entering stealth mode will create a vortex that draws in nearby enemies and inflicts large amounts of damage.
Accessability: 3/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: 2/5

Though the vortex was nice, it is practically useless in this stage of the game, and mini-bosses and bosses are immune to the vortex anyways. The ranged damage boost are very good, but unlike vortex armor itself, it also savages your movement speed in the air, making it a really costly tradeoff.

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Nebula enchantment: S+ (***)

Grants the chance to spawn boosters when attacking enemies with any weapon provided by the Nebula armor's set bonus. These boosters increase mana regen, damage, or life regen respectively. They cap at a maximum of 2.
Accessability: 4/5
Effectiveness: 5.5/5
Damage: 3/5
Backfire: N/A
10 hp/s, +30% damage. Not even abominationn's abominable fang debuff can touch you even the slightest with such beast.
"Disgustingly Beautiful."

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Stardust enchantment: B-

Summons the Stardust Guardian from the Stardust armor's set bonus to protect the player. It also grants the player the ability to freeze time for 5 seconds with the Freeze Time key, halting all enemies and projectiles for the duration. The player may only freeze time every 60 seconds. The Stardust Guardian will still attack enemies during the freeze.
Accessability: 4/5
Effectiveness: 3/5
Damage: 2/5
Backfire: 1/5
While being no real good on it's own, can help with Abominationn's one attack in force of cosmos. Plus piercing weapons are no good for the time freeze, as they will all come at once and only hit once.


V1.0, 01/12/2021: Released all pre-hm enchantments; couple missing
V1.1, 01/13/2021: Added pictures of the enchantments, full coloring, and slight re-tiered couple enchantments including Pumpkin, Iron, and Jungle. Also added fossil, and gladiator enchantment. Pre-hardmode all enchantment officially complete.
V1.1.1, 01/14/2021: Re-tiered Ninja enchantment and Shadewood enchantment in prior to the recent update. Also added Tungsten enchantment cause I'm stupid.
V1.2, 01/14/2021 (lol): Added all pre-plantera enchantments.
V1.2.1, 01/15/2021: Re-tiered countless enchantments.
V1.3, 01/16/2021: Added ALL enchantments!
V1.3.1, 02/15/2021: Retiered couple enchantments.
 
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Retinazer
what about Forces like Force of Timber? also, Soul Of Terraria because it is the combination of all Enchantments?
 
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