Terraria: How To Craft Jungle Armor?

Here's a quick guide on how to get your hands on the Jungle Armor in Terraria!

There are dozens of weapons, armor, and accessories in Terraria that provide unique buffs to the players. However, choosing what works for you can be daunting. So if you’re new to the game, we would like to recommend that you consider investing in Terraria Jungle Armor.

Key Takeaways
  • One of the best armors you can invest in, in the hard mode section of Terraria, is the Jungle Armor.
  • Jungle Armor is an excellent choice for players who wield Magic Weapons. This armor increases magic weapons’ critical strike by 18%.
  • Players can craft Jungle Armor by acquiring Jungle Spores, Vines, and Stinger, the quantity for each item to craft the full set are:
    • Jungle Spores (x32)
    • Vines (x2)
    • Stinger (x10)
  • You have to defeat various monsters and get lucky as some of the items have a 50% chance to be dropped.
  • You can then craft this armor by going to either the Iron Anvil crafting station or the Lead Anvil station.

What Is Jungle Armor In Terraria?

Terraria Jungle Armor
Jungle Armor Set [Image by eXputer]
Armor Piece Defense Body Slot Tool Tip Rarity Sell
Jungle Hat 5 Helmet
  • Increases maximum mana by 40.
  • 6% increased magic critical strike chance.
Orange 90 Silver Coins
Jungle Shirt 6 Shirt
  • Increases maximum mana by 20.
  • 6% increased magic damage.
Orange 60 Silver Coins 
Jungle Pants 6 Pants
  • Increases maximum mana by 20.
  • 6% increased magic critical strike chance.
Orange 60 Silver Coins

The Jungle Armor is a set of three different pre-hard mode armor pieces known as the Jungle Hat, Jungle Shirt, and Jungle Pants.

When combined, they increase your maximum mana by 80 points and provide an 18% increase to your magic critical strike chance. As a set bonus, these pieces also reduce the amount of mana consumed by 16%.

If you’re a player that relies heavily on magic weapons, then it’s recommended that you get the Jungle Armor. Especially before taking on the Wall of Flesh Boss. Because on top of the bonuses this set provides for magic users, it also has a fairly decent defense rating of 17.

How To Craft The Jungle Armor?

Terraria Jungle Armor
Underground Jungle BIome [Screenshot by eXputer]
Jungle Armor can be crafted with three materials that are unique to the Underground Jungle Biome:

  1. Jungle Spores: Players can acquire these by attacking the glowing green orbs that can occasionally be found growing on Jungle grass. These aren’t hostile, and they drop 2 to 3 Jungle Spores each.
  2. VInes: This resource has a 50% chance of dropping from the Man-Eater enemy. You can locate them quickly since they will often reach out to attack the player on their own when in range.
  3. Stinger: You have at least a 50% chance of getting Stingers from Hornets, Dragon Hornets, and Spiked Jungle Slimes. These enemies are abundant in the Underground Jungle.

In total, you need 32 Jungle Spores, 2 Vines, and 10 Stingers to craft the Jungle Armor. Once you have the required amount, go to either an Iron Anvil or a Lead Anvil to make this set for yourself.

And that’s all there is to it. It takes just a little bit of time and effort to craft one of the best pre-hard mode armor sets in Terraria.


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