oh no the furry menace is back
It is very cool but I just have one question, why don’t all platforms have the same version
The world of Terraria is so chock-full of content, it can be hard to keep track of it all! Sure, the Guide has you covered for crafting recipes and the Terraria Wiki is fantastic - but don't you wish there was a way to know more about your foes in game? Where can I find the Lost Girl? How much health does a Derpling have? How many coins can I get from farming Jellyfish?
WONDER NO MORE, FOR THE TERRARIA BESTIARY IS HERE!
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How will you ever fill out this voluminous tome and just what all will it contain? Let's turn the page and begin our careful study of the Terraria Bestiary!
A TERRARIA BESTIARY PRIMER: WHAT LIES WITHIN
So, what sorts of information can you find within the Terraria Bestiary? Well, that all depends on how far you are willing to go in your studies of the inhabitants of your world! The Terraria Bestiary utilizes a 0-5 Star system to reflect the rarity of a given creature. Not only that, but you will learn more and more about foes and creatures as you defeat them multiple times. What will you learn at each tier?
NOTE: BESTIARY PROGRESS IS TIED TO THE WORLD, NOT THE CHARACTER
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STAR RARITY EXAMPLES
BESTIARY ENTRY PROGRESSION
As you gather more research on creatures (by killing them) or NPCs (by talking to them), you will learn more and more valuable information about them - as seen in our example study below on the most famous shambling enemy in Terraria...
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Pretty cool stuff, huh? With all of this information at your fingertips, you will be able to quickly ascertain what enemy you should be hunting, where it is located, and much, much more. - all without having to click out of the game to visit the Wiki or some other guide. Now that you can see the potential, let's dive into how to get around the Terraria Bestiary!
THE TERRARIA BESTIARY AND YOU: HOW DOES IT ALL WORK
So, as we said, filling out your Terraria Bestiary is quite simple indeed! Defeat foes, learn stuff, profit. With over 500 creatures to research, how will you ever be able to keep track of it all? Let's discover how you can open and get around the Bestiary!
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For starters, the icon to open the Bestiary is located inside your Inventory screen, in the lower right corner. Click on that and let's take a look!
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Pretty cool stuff, huh? What, you don't like all those question marks? Well, get out there and start
killing thingsfilling them in! We will be here when you get back.
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Nice work! Wow, that is a lot of information to take in, isn't it? How will we ever find the information that we want? Read on!
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For starters, you will find a set of page arrows in the upper left corner, allowing you to scroll through the seemingly-endless Bestiary entries at your leisure. Pretty straight forward, assuming you know your left from your right. You do, don't you?
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Of course, we do not expect you to just manually scroll about - we are not monsters (well, last we checked, we do not appear in the Bestiary at least)! With this pulldown menu, you can sort your Bestiary in a variety of ways! Which enemy that you have researched drops the most coins on average? What is the most rare fiend that you have yet to tame? All there for you, at the click of a button.
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Similarly, you might find yourself wondering "Gee, I wonder what foes I have faced in the Corruption?", or "I don't remember, which creatures come out during the Rain", or maybe "Which biome did I find that Lost Girl hiding in?" - with the robust Bestiary Filters system, you can quickly access this information on the fly!
You can use multiple filters at once - so have fun playing around with various combinations!
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Of course, should all else fail... we have equipped the Terraria Bestiary with a good old fashioned text search. Type in the creature you want to gaze upon and off you go!
CARING FOR THE CREATURES: SAY HELLO TO THE ZOOLOGIST
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But wait... there's more! Filling out your Bestiary will have other tangible benefits for you to discover, courtesy of the brand new Zoologist NPC!
This friendly caretaker will share a variety of rewards with you as your Bestiary progresses - from fun vanity items to pets to unique kites, and ever more useful tools such as minecarts and much more! Be sure to check in with her from time to time and see what she has to offer!
Let's check out what she has in store for the just-starting-out Bestiary explorer:
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Included here, we see...
The Guide to Critter Companionship
This fun little book will help keep all of those innocent critters from being needlessly harmed by your actions as you explore your world!
Use one of these to bring a friendly pet (perhaps a Dog?) to town!
The Zoologist has fun animal-themed vanity items for sale - be sure to check back often!
The others, well you will just have to wait and find out for yourself as her inventory evolves and expands thanks to your efforts to fill in the Bestiary!
TRACKING YOUR PROGRESS
How do you know how much you have filled in and now much you have left to go? Check out the handy progress bar located at the bottom of the Bestiary Page!
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We hope you enjoyed this peek into the wild wild world of Terraria's new Bestiary. One week to go, everyone! See you soon...
As best as I know, it's cause of the Console Developers... they are stuck operating under far stricter Guidelines then the PC World, thus they are far more Vehement on maximizing Bug Free-ness, Game Stability, & other such hoopla, in combo with Consoles having weaker Hardware & Drive Space then PCs which takes its toll on what Console Versions of stuff can pack in.It is very cool but I just have one question, why don’t all platforms have the same version
I've seen lotsa both those in my Journey World both Pre & Post-Hardmode, but no Net I try on them can ever catch them... (Currently tried Nets: Bug Net, Lava Bug Net, Golden Net.)I have the bestiary 99.62% complete right now. I just need the sea turtle and dolphin. So, I have camped out in the ocean for days with battle and hunter potions and water candles. But, still have not seen either. Does anyone have any pointers for me? I am playing on a classic hardmode world.
Since sea turtles and dolphins are critters, and since a town decreases monster spawns and thus increases critter spawns, I'd suggest making houses for three NPCs by the ocean to create a town, then see if your turtles and dolphins show up. It's weird though, I normally see tons of them. Good luck.I have the bestiary 99.62% complete right now. I just need the sea turtle and dolphin. So, I have camped out in the ocean for days with battle and hunter potions and water candles. But, still have not seen either. Does anyone have any pointers for me? I am playing on a classic hardmode world.
she attacks with her claws Wikii'm pretty sure you just talk to the NPCs to add them to the bestiary... you don't need to kill them.
speaking of the zoologist, though, does anyone know what she was attacking with?
i tried, but for the life of me i couldn't figure out whether she was clawing at enemies, or beating them with something.
anyway, the zoologist is definitely gonna be my favorite NPC.