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Wings
  • Fledgling Wings.png Demon Wings.png Angel Wings.png Fin Wings.png Sparkly Wings.png Jetpack.png Bee Wings.png Butterfly Wings.png Fairy Wings.png Harpy Wings.png Bone Wings.png Bat Wings.png Leaf Wings.png Frozen Wings.png Flame Wings.png Spectre Wings.png Beetle Wings.png Festive Wings.png Hoverboard.png Betsy's Wings.png Spooky Wings.png Tattered Fairy Wings.png Steampunk Wings.png Fishron Wings.png Will's Wings.png Crowno's Wings.png D-Town's Wings.png Cenx's Wings.png Lazure's Barrier Platform.png Yoraiz0r's Spell.gif Loki's Wings.png Jim's Wings.png Skiphs' Paws.png Red's Wings.png Arkhalis' Lightwings.png Leinfors' Prehensile Cloak.png FoodBarbarian's Tattered Dragon Wings.png Grox The Great's Wings.png Safeman's Blanket Cape.png Ghostar's Infinity Eight.png Mothron Wings.png Empress Wings.png Solar Wings.png Nebula Mantle.png Stardust Wings.png Vortex Booster.png Celestial Starboard.png
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    Be it what it would, a jetpack would suit you nicely!

    — The Steampunker

    Wings are mostly Hardmode (with the single exception of Fledgling Wings) accessories that can allow the player to fly temporarily by pressing and holding the Jump key. Flight time is reset when the player rests on solid objects, including both standing on blocks and using climbing items like Ropes, Hooks, Shoe Spikes, and Climbing Claws. Certain wing types also allow the player to hover at fixed heights by holding the ▼ Down key during flight, and/or accelerate their ascent speed by holding the ▲ Up key.

    After flight time has been exhausted, a player can continue holding the Jump key to glide. Gliding fall speed can be accelerated by holding the ▼ Down key in addition.

    Wings additionally grant immunity from fall damage (except when overridden by the Stoned debuff), rendering fall damage protection items like the Lucky Horseshoe unnecessary.

    Flight is much more controlled with wings than with Rocket Boots, Spectre Boots, etc. alone, and they allow for much greater flight range. Equipping wings generally replaces jumps entirely with flight, rather than requiring a double-jump to activate. However, the wings nullify the effect of Rocket Boots and its upgrades. Double-jump accessories like the Cloud in a Bottle will still grant an additional jump, which is used after all flight time.

    There are currently 47 unique wing types in total: 45 are available on Desktop only.png PC, Console version Console, Mobile version Mobile, and tModLoader version tModLoader, 39 on tModLoader 1.3-Legacy version tModLoader Legacy, and 21 on Windows Phone.svg Windows Phone and 3DSNintendo 3DS version. Flight time and speed can vary by the version.

    Types[]

    Wings have a variety of origins: Some can be crafted, a few can be purchased outright, one is an Angler reward, a few are dropped directly from bosses, and one is gifted to every new Journey Mode character or found in chests and crates.

    In Expert Mode, more wings can come as part of Treasure Bags: Each Hardmode Treasure Bag has a 5*1/20 (5%) chance to drop a random set of developer items, and all sets include wings (with the exception of Aaron's set).

    Most craftable wings are crafted at a Hardmode Anvil: Each requires 20 Souls of Flight plus a "key" item determining the wing type. This key can be a rare enemy drop with no other use, or a quantity of material representing a new stage of the game.

    The four lunar wings (Solar Wings, Vortex Booster, Nebula Mantle, and Stardust Wings) are instead crafted like other endgame equipment: At the Ancient Manipulator from Luminite Bars and Lunar Fragments; they do not require Souls of Flight.

    All wings can be sold for 8, except for the Leaf Wings (Desktop only.pngConsole versionMobile versiontModLoader version 15 or Old-gen console versionWindows Phone.svgOld Chinese versionNintendo 3DS versiontModLoader 1.3-Legacy version 20), Steampunk Wings (Desktop only.pngConsole versionMobile versiontModLoader version 60 or Old-gen console versionOld Chinese versiontModLoader 1.3-Legacy version 20) and Fledgling Wings (4).

    This content is transcluded from Wings/List.

    Wings/List

    Notes[]

    For the concrete flight heights achievable with wings stacked with other equipment, see Jump Height Comparison.
  • Flying height comparison between different wings 1.4.2 (Created by u/zacyquack on r/terraria).

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    Frog Leg and its upgrades +48% ascent speed
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    All wings[]

    • The player cannot equip more than one wing at a time.
    • All wings work in water.
    • Some jump-boost accessories stack with wings to boost flight (see chart above).
    • When one wing type is placed in a social slot and the other in an accessory slot, the full animation of the vanity wings are shown, along with any lighting and particle effects. Flight speed and other functional characteristics follow those in the accessory slot.
    • Wings can be hidden when equipped and will be hidden while not in the air, otherwise they are always visible (except when using other equipment that adds graphics to the player's back, like the Leaf Blower or Turtle Scale Mail). They fold into a low-profile image when not used.
    • The horizontal speed of any midair jumps (such as the Cloud in a Bottle) are greatly decreased when the player wears wings alongside them.

    Specific wings[]

    • Even when dyed, the Jetpack's particle effect will give off orange light, though the particles will change color according to the dye. This also applies to the Vortex Booster (which gives off teal light), and probably any wings that give off light (untested). As of 1.4, wings in vanity slots no longer give off light, so invisibility based characters can use this to their advantage.
    • Fishron Wings work in liquids, just as they do on land (including lava and honey), with the same speed, unlike other wings. This makes them very useful for more aquatic characters.
    • Ghost Wings and Spectre Wings will only change color with the use of Black Dye, which makes them appear dark gray.

    The paths produced by jumping with a Sandstorm in a Balloon with the player not wearing wings at all (left) and the player wearing wings on vanity (right). Notice the difference in the angles when the player ascends.
    The player is jumping from the sand into the water.

    Achievements[]

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    Trivia[]

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    • Dyeing Red's Wings in combination with Hermes Boots or any of its upgrades will change the color of the smoke below the player.
    • Prior to Template:Eil, Red's Wings would allow the wearer to fly infinitely and faster than any other wings if the player managed to obtain them through inventory editors.
    • Ghostar's Infinity Eight's name comes from the Infinity Eight in the series of single-player action role-playing games Template:Wikipedia. Their appearance resembles the sword-wings of the Avatar Skeith in its Xth Form. Its tooltip, "I am right here," is used throughout the .hack//G.U. games.
    • Despite being non-moving constructs of technology, Ghostar's Infinity Eight and Arkhalis' Lightwings both produce flapping noises.

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