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Carrot
  • Carrot item sprite
Stack digit 1.png
Statistics
Type
Use time20 (Very fast)
TooltipSummons a pet bunny
RarityRarity level: 3
Research1 required
Grants Buff
BuffPet BunnyPet Bunny
Buff tooltipI think it wants your carrot
Summons Pet
  • Bunny
    Bunny
This article is about the Collector's Edition-exclusive pet. For the mount, see Fuzzy Carrot. For the Volt Bunny pet summon, see Lightning Carrot.

The Carrot is a pet-summoning item which summons a Bunny pet. It is only available in the Terraria Collector's Edition. The color of the bunny's fur is defined by the shirt color chosen for the character at the point of their creation.

Notes[]

  • It is only available to players who have purchased the Collector's Edition of Terraria – new characters created by them will spawn with it. While it can be obtained via trading or inventory editors, players who do not have the Collector's Edition will not be able to use it.
  • To avoid network incompatibility, and to make updates easier, the data corresponding to the Bunny pet is present in all Desktop and Mobile platforms, but only players identified as owning the Collector's Edition will spawn with a Carrot and be able to use it. This effectively makes it unobtainable and unusable on the Mobile version Mobile version.
  • Carrots cannot be researched without having bought the Collector's Edition, making it impossible for most players to research every obtainable item, as the Collector's Edition is no longer being sold.

Trivia[]

  • The publisher of the Collector's Edition requested an exclusive in-game feature, so as to motivate people to purchase the more expensive physical copy instead of the digital download version of the game. To avoid unbalancing the game, Redigit chose to comply with a relatively inconsequential feature.

History[]

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