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{{Infobox:Weapon
|Sub Type = Thrown
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|sub type = thrown
|Damage = 25
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|damage = 25
|Speed = Very Fast
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|use time = 14
|Value = 10000
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|sell = 10000
|image = File:item_191.png
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|image = [[File:item_191.png]]
|Inflicts = [[Debuffs|Poisoned]]
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|inflicts = [[Debuffs|Poisoned]]
|Rarity = t3
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|rarity = tier 3
|Crafted With = 6 [[Jungle Spore]]s
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|crafted with = 6 [[Jungle Spore]]s<br>
<br>15 [[Stinger]]s
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15 [[Stinger]]s
|Crafting Station = [[Iron Anvil]]
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|crafting station = iron anvil
|Knockback = Very Strong
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|knockback = 8
 
}}The '''Thorn Chakram''' is a throwing weapon. When thrown, the Thorn Chakram will ricochet off of walls and then will return to the player. When the weapon hits an enemy, it will return immediately.
 
}}The '''Thorn Chakram''' is a throwing weapon. When thrown, the Thorn Chakram will ricochet off of walls and then will return to the player. When the weapon hits an enemy, it will return immediately.
   

Revision as of 08:13, June 25, 2012

The Thorn Chakram is a throwing weapon. When thrown, the Thorn Chakram will ricochet off of walls and then will return to the player. When the weapon hits an enemy, it will return immediately.

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Notes

  • You can throw the Thorn Chakram through a 1 block-wide wall if you stand right up against it.
  • The Thorn Chakram can be bounced around corners when thrown at the correct angle.
  • The Thorn Chakram will ricochet a maximum of 5 times, but has a maximum range of approximately 22 blocks.
  • Once the Thorn Chakram returns to the player, it can immediately be thrown again.

Update Info

v1.1

  • Now deals Melee damage.

v1.0.6

  • Now Inflicts the Poisoned debuff.
  • Changed Name: Chakrum to Chakram.
  • Changed recipe.

PC release

  • Added to the game.

Trivia

The Chakram, sometimes called a war quoit, is a throwing weapon from India. Its shape is of a flat metal hoop with a sharp outer edge from 5–12 inches (130–300 mm) in diameter. The chakram was designed to be thrown but could also be used up-close. Because of its aerodynamic shape it is not easily deflected by wind. The word Chakram comes from the Sanskrit term chakra, meaning circle or wheel.

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