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Farbstoffe (engl. dyes) are cosmetic items that can be placed in the Dye Slots of a player's inventory to alter the colors/textures of equipped armor, vanity items, and accessories. The Dye Trader NPC sells two dyes as well as the Dye Vat (
50000*5). The other dyes must be crafted using the Dye Vat or obtained through trading in Strange Plants to the Dye Trader. Primary crafted dyes can be further combined to craft shade, gradient, and patterned dyes. There are currently 110 () / 68 () different dyes in the game (109 / 67 on single-player worlds, as Team Dye is not available in single-player worlds).
Grund-Farbstoffe[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
All basic dyes are crafted at the Dye Vat. Their crafting ingredients (not including Silver Dye and Brown Dye) can be found growing as background objects in the natural world or are guaranteed drops from special enemies. All dye plants show on the map.
Helle Farbstoffe[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
All colored basic dyes (except for black) can be combined with Silver Dye to craft Bright Dyes at the Dye Vat.
Gradient-Farbstoffe[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
These dyes produce fade effects between multiple colors. They are crafted at the Dye Vat.
Zusammengesetzte Farbstoffe[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
These dyes form patterns with multiple colors, applied as separate blocks depending on the shape of the item. All colored basic dyes, and some "flame" gradient dyes, can be combined with Black or Silver Dye to craft "<Color> and Black Dye" or "<Color> and Silver Dye", respectively. They are crafted at the Dye Vat.
Seltsame Farbstoffe[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
Mond-Farbstoffe[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
Andere Farbstoffe[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
|Lokis Farbstoff||Expert Mode Treasure Bag||n/a|
|Rosa Gelfarbe||+ 10||n/a|
|Team-Farbstoff||Dye Trader (
Erfolge[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
Hinweise[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
- All vanity items will benefit from dye, except for the Familiar set. The colors shown when wearing the Familiar set can be changed using a dresser instead.
- The Familiar Wig will change the player's hair color when dyed. This allows for interesting dye/hair dye combinations.
- Some dyes work with the Familiar Wig and will alter the color of the hair when applied. This effectively gives even more customization potential to player hair than was previously available.
- When transformed into a werewolf or a merfolk by Neptune's Shell, Moon Charm or Moon Shell, any dye placed in the dye slots will color the werewolf or merfolk form's head, torso, and legs as if they are vanity items.
- The dye crafting materials found naturally-placed can be placed again manually by players (e.g. as decoration) excluding the Pink Prickly Pear. Green and Teal Mushrooms, as well as the Sky Blue Flower, can be placed on any blocks. Orange Bloodroot must be hung from the underside of any block. Lime Kelp must be submerged in liquid. enemy-dropped dye crafting materials cannot be placed (Red/Cyan/Violet Husks, Purple Mucos, Black Ink). When they are placed, they occupy space as one tile, even though most of them look larger or taller than one tile (same happens to Strange Plants).
- Basic and Combined Dyes only affect the hue of an armor's color, but not the saturation level (i.e. how vibrant the color is). This means that armor and clothing that are dull in color, such as Ninja set, Necro armor, and Reaper set are relatively unaffected by these dyes. Compound Dyes, however, override an armor's color completely, so they do not have the same problem.
- Some white-/silver-colored clothing items, such as the Mrs. Claus Heels, will not dye properly with a basic dye but will take on the desired color when a combination that features Silver Dye is applied.
- Dyes with a small blue orb in their icon have a unique animation.
- The lid of a dye container seems to indicate some things about the type of dye:
- A dark gray lid indicates basic dyes
- A silver lid indicates bright dyes
- A blueish gray lid indicates multicolored/gradient dyes, with a deeper blue lid for intense dyes
- A checkered lid indicates a compound dye, with dark being "[...] and Black", light being "[...] and Silver", and bluish being "[...] Flame and Black"
- A green lid indicates glowing
- A gold lid indicates the dye is reflective
- A purple lid indicates animated dyes or other special effects
- A red lid is reserved for Team Dye
- Dye also changes the appearance of the player's helmet on the map.
- Some dyes that have an animation – such as the Living Flame dye or Phase Dye – can cause mounts, Minecarts, and the Wisp in a Bottle to appear invisible.
- For some armors (such as Meteor armor), the trails will reflect the color of the dye. This means that if the player has Blue Dye, Pink Dye, and Yellow Dye on an armor, it will split to where it shows trails of the three colors.
- Oddly, there is no "White Dye", however, Bright Silver can sometimes be an alternative.
- The compound dyes have a different inventory sprite on Old-gen-Konsolenversion, showing one normal sized bottle with colored dye next to a small bottle with Black or Silver Dye.
Tipps[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
- All dyes and items used to create them sell for
2000*20, so a beginning character should pick them up whenever encountered to sell them even if they are not interested in the dye itself.
- To craft thirteen () / three () of each dye (one for each dye slot, including combined and compound dyes), it takes:
- 104 / 24 each of Red Husks, Green Mushrooms, Teal Mushrooms, Blue Berries, Purple Mucoses, Violet Husks and Pink Prickly Pears;
- 156 / 36 each of Orange Bloodroots, Lime Kelps, Cyan Husks and Sky Blue Flowers;
- 208 / 48 Yellow Marigolds;
- 247 / 48 Black Inks;
- 403 / 75 Silver Dyes (costing
4030000*43 / 75 );
- 13 / 3 Team Dyes (costing
130000*13 / 3 , multiplayer-exclusive);
- 52 Brown Dyes (costing
- 130 Pink Gel;
- 260 Crystal Shards.
- It takes at least 170 Strange Plants to obtain 15 of each dye (3 dye per plant) reward for 13 dye slots (likely much more, since obtaining many repeat rewards from the Dye Trader is common).
- To craft only one of each dye, if the player does not want to repeat any, it takes:
- 8 each of Red Husks, Green Mushrooms, Teal Mushrooms, Blue Berries, Purple Mucoses, Violet Husks and Pink Prickly Pears;
- 15 each of Orange Bloodroots, Lime Kelps, Cyan Husks and Sky Blue Flowers;
- 16 Yellow Marigolds;
- 19 / 16 Black Inks;
- 31 / 25 Silver Dyes (costing
310000*31 / 25 );
- 1 Team Dye (costing
- 4 Brown Dyes (costing
- 10 Pink Gel;
- 20 Crystal Shards.
Trivia[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
- It was going to be possible to apply dyes to weapons. The feature was later scrapped because the particle and dye systems did not work very well with it.
- If not hunting for either specifically, and a mechanical boss has already been defeated, it is more likely that one will acquire the Living Rainbow Dye before the Rainbow Dye due to Rainbow Dye's complex crafting tree.
- The effect of the Hades dyes are a reference to the character Hades in Disney's 1997 animated musical fantasy film Hercules.
Geschichte[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
- Desktop 18.104.22.168: Some dye items rarity colors tweaked.
- Desktop 22.214.171.124:
- Desktop 1.2: Introduced.
- Items that were called dyes previously for crafting have been changed to thread.