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Royal Delight
  • Royal Delight item sprite
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Statistics
Type
Use time20 (Very fast)
TooltipSummons a Slime Prince
'A dessert fit for a king!'
RarityRarity level: Fiery red
Sell5
Research1 required
Grants Buff
BuffSlime PrinceSlime Prince
Buff tooltipHe answers to a higher authority
Summons Pet
  • Slime Prince
    Slime Prince
Obtained from Obtained from
Master mode icon.png Master
EntityQty.Rate
King SlimeKing Slime.gifKing Slime125%
Not to be confused with the Regal Delicacy, the pet-summoning item dropped by Queen Slime.

The Royal Delight is a pet-summoning item which is dropped by King Slime in Master Mode with a 25*1/4 (25%) chance. It summons a pet Slime Prince which follows the player around. The pet resembles a miniature King Slime with blush and small dotted eyes.

Trivia[]

  • The pet is the male counterpart of the Slime Princess, spawned with the Regal Delicacy.
    • The tooltip, "He answers to a higher authority", is connected to the Slime Princess buff's tooltip, "She is the higher authority".
  • When the player is far enough away from Slime Prince, or is away far enough away from the ground, the Slime Prince will drop his crown, morph into a ball, and fly towards the player with his flying magic ability. While flying, slime will continue to drip down the pet.
    • King Slime also leaves his crown behind when teleporting.
  • Following community suggestions, developers toyed with the idea that the Royal Delight and Regal Delicacy could be crafted together into one pet-summoning item. However, this was not implemented until 1.4.4.[1]

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