Terraria Wiki

Miss the old Hydra Skin? Try out our Hydralize gadget! Visit the preferences page while logged in and turn on the gadget.

READ MORE

Terraria Wiki
Advertisement
Enchanted Sword
  • Enchanted Sword item spriteold Enchanted Sword item sprite
Autoswing
Stack digit 1.png
Statistics
Type
Damage23 / 24 (Melee)
Knockback4.25 (Average)
5.25 (Average)
Critical chance4%
Use time21 (Fast)
18 (Very fast)
Velocity9.5
TooltipShoots an enchanted sword beam
RarityRarity level: 2
Sell3
Research1 required
Projectile created
  • Enchanted Beam
    Enchanted Beam
Sword in Stone
Background Objects
Enchanted Sword comparison.png
A junk (left) and enchanted (right) sword in stone. Only the right one has a chance to drop the Enchanted Sword.
This article is about the sword item. For the enemy of the same name, see Enchanted Sword (NPC).

Animation of the Enchanted Sword.

An enchanted sword in stone background object in the Enchanted Sword Shrine.

The Enchanted Sword is a pre-Hardmode, autoswinging projectile sword. When swung, it fires a sword-shaped projectile that costs no ammunition or mana. Both the sword and its projectiles produce lingering sparks that emit large amounts of light. The projectile can be fired about every 1.2 seconds, and dissipates upon hitting an enemy or solid block.

The Enchanted Sword can be obtained by destroying an "enchanted sword in stone" background object, which can be found in random locations underground and in Enchanted Sword Shrines. Destroying this background object has a 98*49/50 (98%) / 90*9/10 (90%) / 100% chance to drop an Enchanted Sword. On the Desktop version Desktop version, Console version Console version, and Mobile version Mobile version, the Enchanted Sword also has a 2*1/50 (2%) chance to be found in Golden and Titanium Crates.

Its best modifier is Legendary.

Crafting[]

Used in[]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
ZenithZenithMythril AnvilMythril Anvil
or
Orichalcum AnvilOrichalcum Anvil
total: 1 row(s)

Notes[]

  • As with all projectile swords, a small particle effect and the sound for restoring mana will notify the player when the sword beam's cooldown is over and it is ready to fire again.
  • There is a small possibility that a world does not contain any Enchanted Sword Shrines. In this case, the player has to fish for Golden or Titanium Crates to obtain an Enchanted Sword.
  • The "fake" or "junk" background object will never be found in Enchanted Sword Shrines (only the real enchanted sword in stone background object which drops an Enchanted Sword or Terragrim), although it can still be generated in other random locations underground.

Tips[]

  • If found early on, the Enchanted Sword can be a powerful early-game weapon, outclassing many pre-Hardmode melee weapons due to its decent damage and projectile.
  • When attempting to acquire an Enchanted Sword for the Zenith, it is more efficient to create a new world and loot its Enchanted Sword Shrines than fish for crates.
    • One can also use World Seeds to guarantee finding an Enchanted Sword Shrine, just make sure their game version is the same as the version the seed was created in.

Trivia[]

  • The concept of a sword being stuck in stone originates from the 12th- or 13th-century poem Merlin by Robert de Boron, in which King Arthur was the only person able to pull a sword from its resting place in a stone. Similar themes have since appeared in other media. The action-adventure video game franchise The Legend of Zelda features a sword that must be pulled from a pedestal, and one real sword to find amongst fakes.
  • It can be considered a counterpart to the Enchanted Boomerang.
  • There is an extra space at the end of the word sword in the inventory name.

History[]

  • Desktop 1.4.0.1:
    • Sprite updated.
    • Now used to craft the Zenith.
    • Damage decreased from 24 to 23.
    • Use Time increased from 18 to 21.
    • Knockback decreased from 5.25 to 4.25.
  • Desktop 1.3.0.1:
    • Added auto-swing, buffed stats.
    • Now can be found within its own unique mini-biome (previously only found in random nondescript locations).

References[]

Advertisement