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Weather Pain
  • Weather Pain item sprite
Stack digit 1.png
Statistics
Type
Damage13 (Magic)
Knockback1 (Extremely weak)
Mana30
Critical chance4%
Use time45 (Very slow)
Velocity1
TooltipIgnores 10 points of enemy Defense
'What a pane... heh'
RarityRarity level: 2
Sell150
Research1 required
Projectile created
  • Hurtnado
    Hurtnado
Obtained from Obtained from Obtained from
Classic mode icon.png Classic
Expert mode icon.png Expert
Master mode icon.png Master
EntityQty.Rate
DeerclopsDeerclops.pngDeerclops125%
Treasure Bag
(Deerclops)
Treasure Bag (Deerclops)Treasure Bag
(Deerclops)
125%
Not to be confused with Weather Vane.

The Weather Pain being used against Skeletons and a Target Dummy. Note how the Hurtnado homes in on enemies.

The Weather Pain is a pre-Hardmode magic weapon which casts a Hurtnado upon use, a small tornado projectile that vanishes after a short time. The Hurtnado homes in on nearby enemies and stays latched onto them for a few seconds, dealing consistent damage. It bounces off blocks, pierces enemies up to 12 times, and ignores up to 10 points of an enemy's defense. The Weather Pain is dropped by the Deerclops with a 25*1/4 (25%) chance.

Its best modifier is Mythical.

Tips[]

  • Only one Hurtnado can be active at a time, hence a second magic weapon should be ready to use while the Hurtnado is active.
  • Due to its constant damage output, the Weather Pain is quite effective against pre-Hardmode worm enemies.

Trivia[]

  • It could be considered a pre-Hardmode variant of the Razorblade Typhoon.
  • The name Weather Pain is a play of words on weather vane and pain.
  • In real life, weather pains are joint pains caused by changes in atmospheric pressure or humidity.
  • It has the same use sound as the Nimbus Rod, fitting both weapons' storm-based nature.
  • The tooltip is a reference to Walter's examination quote for the Weather Pain in Don't Starve Together.

See also[]

History[]

  • Desktop 1.4.3.2:
    • Increased duration of the projectile by 50%.
    • Increased pierce count from 10 to 12.
    • Increased velocity of the projectile from 7 to 8.
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