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Grapes
  • Grapes item sprite
Stack digit 3.pngStack digit 0.png
Statistics
Type
Consumable
Use time17 (Very fast)
TooltipMedium improvements to all stats
'Wrath not included.'
RarityRarity level: 3
Sell40
Research10 required
Grants Buff
BuffPlenty SatisfiedPlenty Satisfied
Buff tooltipMedium improvements to all stats
Medium improvements to all stats and increased life regeneration
Duration16 minutes
Dropped by Dropped by
Classic mode icon.png Classic
Expert mode icon.png Expert
Master mode icon.png Master
EntityQty.Rate
DerplingDerpling.pngDerpling12.5%
Giant Flying FoxGiant Flying Fox.pngGiant Flying Fox12.5%

Grapes are a Hardmode food item that grant the Plenty Satisfied buff. This lasts for 16 minutes, but can be canceled at any time by right-clicking the icon (Desktop version) or by double-tapping the buff icon (Mobile version).

They have a 2.5*1/40 (2.5%) chance to drop from Derplings and Giant Flying Foxes.

Crafting[]

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
Grape JuiceGrape JuiceCooking PotCooking Pot
or
CauldronCauldron
total: 1 row(s)

Tips[]

  • It is advised to collect 2 grapes and craft the Grape Juice, as it gives the best variation of the Well Fed buff and is one of the easiest ones to get.

Notes[]

  • Despite real-world grapes being clearly a fruit, Grapes in Terraria do not fit into the Fruits category. They cannot be used to craft Fruit Juice or Fruit Salad, are not dropped from Trees, and both they and their juice give far better buffs than the members of that category. Also, researching Grapes requires 10 of them, unlike all the other fruits that require only 5.

Trivia[]

  • Its tooltip is a reference to the 1939 novel "The Grapes of Wrath" by John Steinbeck.
  • The item dropping from Giant Flying Foxes is likely a reference to the fable of "The Fox and the Grapes", in which a fox attempts to reach some Grapes on a vine, but ultimately decides that they are undesirable.
  • In the real world, Grapes originated from the Mediterranean and Central Asia and are a major ingredient in wine.

History[]

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