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Overall, achievements in games usually provide a sense of accomplishment and Terraria “You and what army?” is not an exception. Among the achievements in Terraria, “You and what army?” is one of the harder ones to unlock. That means unless you know what must be done, you would have a hard time adding “You and what army?” to your achievement collection. Take a look at this article if you could use some help to unlock the achievement.
How To Unlock ‘’You And What Army?” In Terraria
Generally speaking, to unlock Terraria “You and what army?”, you must command a total of nine summoned minions simultaneously. Such a feat can be done if you acquire various staffs that summon different creatures. (Tramadol) At the moment, it’s possible to pick up staffs as rare drops from opponents but you could craft them too. Down below is a list of staffs in Terraria:
- Slime Staff: Summons a Baby Slime.
- Hornet Staff: Summons a Hornet.
- Imp Staff: Summons an Imp.
- Spider Staff: Summons a Spider (only available in Hardmode).
- Optic Staff: Summons the Twins (only available in Hardmode).
- Pirate Staff: Summons a Pirate (only available in Hardmode).
- Pygmy Staff: Summons a Pygmy (only available in Hardmode).
- Raven Staff: Summons a Raven (only available in Hardmode).
- Tempest Staff: Summons a Sharknado (only available in Hardmode).
- Deadly Sphere Staff: Summons a Deadly Sphere (only available in Hardmode).
- Stardust Dragon Staff: Summons a Stardust Dragon (only available in Hardmode).
- Stardust Cell Staff: Summons a Stardust Cell (only available in Hardmode).
Feel free to take advantage of armor set bonuses, accessories, temporary potion buffs and so on as you work your way toward the achievement. With enough hard work and a bit of luck, you should be able to unlock Terraria “You and what army?”.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Is The Most Powerful Boss In Terraria?
In Terraria, the most powerful boss is the Moon Lord which is incredibly difficult to defeat but rewards players with powerful loot and experience. As a massive creature, the Moon Lord attacks players with a variety of deadly attacks.
Is Terraria The Same As Minecraft?
There is no denying that Terraria and Minecraft share many similarities. Both games are set in randomly generated, block-based worlds where players can explore, mine for resources, build structures… However, it’s noteworthy that key differences exist between the two games. For instance, Terraria has a much more action-based combat system while Minecraft focuses on exploration and crafting.
What Boss Should I Fight First?
The first boss you should fight in Terraria is the Eye of Cthulhu. It is one of the easiest bosses to defeat and will drop valuable items that can help your progress.
What Is The Rarest Item In Terraria?
With a drop rate of 0.01%, the Slime Staff is the rarest item in Terraria. Needless to say, farming Slime Staff is a time-consuming affair in most cases. Sand Slimes have a drop rate of 1/8000 (0.0125%). The rare Slime, Pinky, has a greatly increased drop rate of 1/100 (1%). While most Slimes can drop the Slime Staff, the following Slimes will never drop it: Dungeon Slime, Lava Slime, Umbrella Slime, etc.
What Are The Best Pet In Terraria?
All sorts of pets roam Terraria and each of them possesses unique abilities. Many players desire pets that can help out in combat while others merely look for cute ones. Ultimately, it’s up to you to decide which pet is the best. Some of the more popular pets in Terraria include:
- The BabyGriffin: A flying pet that can shoot fireballs and has high defense.
- The Albino Antlion: A combat pet that can burrow and spit acid.
- The Mini Minotaur: A tank pet with high health and damage.
- The UFO: A supportive pet that can heal players and provide light.
- The Spider: A fast-moving pet that can climb walls and shoot webbing.
Tips And Tricks
- Do everything you can to keep your health up and use healing potions when necessary.
- Upgrade gears by killing bosses and collecting loot.
- Explore every nook and cranny.
- Get rid of empty chests so as not to clutter up your world.
- Keep building housing for NPCs as they provide much-needed services.
- Store extra weapons and accessories in chests for later use.
- Sell excess items you have to NPCs to make a quick buck.
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Following a few years as a regular freelancer, PC Gamer hired him in 2014, probably so he’d stop emailing them asking for more work. Since 2019, he started providing game reviews & tips for Grateful Dead Game. Chris has a love-hate relationship with survival games and an unhealthy fascination with the inner lives of NPCs. He’s also a fan of offbeat simulation games, mods, and ignoring storylines in RPGs so he can make up his own.