Check out my dirt blocks; they are extra dirty.
Dirt Blocks may be covered by regular grass, Corrupt grass, Crimson grass, or Hallowed grass, which spreads from nearby grass-covered Dirt Blocks. It can also be turned into regular grass by using the Staff of Regrowth.
- In all cases, the grass applies to the block as a whole, and will appear on all exposed surfaces.
- If a grass block is covered by blocks on its four sides, the grass will remain and show as markings on the block. However, if the block is completely surrounded with eight blocks, the grass is lost and the block will revert to regular dirt.
Dirt occurs naturally almost everywhere throughout the world. All caves above the elevation of 0 ft are made of dirt. Below 0 ft, in the underground layer, the caves are made of roughly 50% dirt. Small patches of dirt can be found in the cavern layer, though it is mostly made of stone.
|Dirt Bomb||By Hand|
|Sticky Dirt Bomb|
|Floret Protector Helmet||Loom|
|Floret Protector Pants|
|Floret Protector Shirt|
|Dirt Wall (4)||Work Bench|
|Cave Dirt Wall (4) ( )||Work Bench and Ecto Mist|
|Cracked Dirt Wall (4) ( )|
|Crumbling Dirt Wall (4) ( )|
|Layered Dirt Wall (4) ( )|
|Rocky Dirt Wall (4) ( )|
|Rough Dirt Wall (4) ( )|
|Wavy Dirt Wall (4) ( )|
- Dirt Blocks are one of the most fragile blocks in the game. A single hit from most pickaxes will successfully mine them, but Dirt Blocks with any kind of grass on them will take an additional hit.
- In Hardmode, the evil biomes are capable of converting nearby Mud Blocks to Dirt Blocks, and Chlorophyte Ore is capable of doing the reverse.
- Dirt Blocks can be moved around freely with a Dirt Rod.
- Dirt Blocks are without doubt the most accessible block type to new players, making them useful for building a rudimentary shelter to take refuge during the first night.
- Replacing dirt with non-corruptible blocks during Pre-Hardmode near your base will help a lot to prevent any possible contamination from The Crimson or The Corruption.
- In some of his quotes, the Merchant claims to sell dirt, despite not actually selling it.
- Desktop 1.3.1: Inventory sprite updated.
- Desktop 1.2:
- Stack limit was raised from 250 to 999.
- Can now be crafted back from Dirt Walls.
- Desktop 1.0.4: Now "blends" graphically with mud.
- Desktop-Release: Introduced.
- Console-Release: Introduced.
- Switch 1.0.711.6: Introduced.
- Mobile-Release: Introduced.
- 3DS-Release: Introduced.