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Super Dart Trap
  • Super Dart Trap item spriteold Super Dart Trap item sprite
Auto-use
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Statistics
  • Pickaxe icon.png 210% Desktop and Mobile versions
Type
Damage80
Placeable (1 wide × 1 high)
Use time15 (Very fast)
RarityRarity level: 0
Sell20
Research5 required
Inflicts Debuff
DebuffPoisonedPoisoned
Debuff tooltipSlowly losing life
Duration10 seconds
Projectile created
  • Poison Dart
    Poison Dart

The Super Dart Trap is a post-Plantera trap found inside the Jungle Temple and, rarely, outside the Temple's door. Like its lesser counterpart, the Dart Trap, it fires a dart when activated via wire, which costs no ammunition, but a cooldown period of Desktop, Console, and Mobile versions 3.33 seconds / Old-gen console version3DS version 3 seconds is required between firings. The dart is not affected by gravity and poisons the target, the poison lasting for 15 seconds and dealing 1 damage every half-second. The dart does less damage to the player at close range and roughly 80 damage to an unarmored player at further range.

Console and Old-gen console versions 3DS version Unlike Lihzahrd Bricks, freeing Super Dart Traps does not require the Picksaw.

Notes[]

  • As with Dart Traps, a vertical column of Super Dart Traps will only deal the damage of one dart.
  • While Super Dart Traps are commonly found in the Jungle Temple, usually only 15 can be found per large world temple.
  • If there is a single block directly in front of a Super Dart Trap, the dart will be able to travel through that block.
  • Unlike the normal Dart Trap, a Super Dart Trap will not benefit from critical strike chance bonuses.
  • The projectile's speed and duration are identical to those of the normal Dart Trap projectile's – it travels at exactly 45 blocks per second, and will break after 60 seconds if it does not strike a block first, giving it a maximum range of 2,700 blocks.

Trivia[]

  • The Super Dart Trap's graphic resembles a stylized stone head. Traps involving such heads firing darts out of their mouths are a common sight in popular culture, such as the Indiana Jones movies.

History[]

  • Desktop 1.3.1:
    • Sprite updated. Previous sprite was Super Dart Trap (old).png.
    • Can now be hammered to rotate 90 degrees at a time.