Terraria Statue Farm Tutorial - How To Farm The Slime Staff / Baby Slime - Simple Statue Farm





Terraria Statue Farm Tutorial - How To Farm The Slime Staff / Baby Slime - Simple Statue Farm


I found this video after I was fishing in the jungle while my minion was guarding me. It killed a slime which gave me slime staff lol.
Edit:I came here to farm gel for my flamethrower.
Let's join
I got the staff without farming...
i dunno i think this way is too late game
i mean if you play as a summoner you will only need this staff at the beginning and wires are obtained way later in the game :/
but i mean if you just want it for collection then sure
My Mechanic Will fo that job
Me:Mechanic!!! make dat spawner
Mechanic:nu>:3
I have the slimestaff on mobile yay
Lol, I never knew that the slime staff was rare. My cousin and I just got the slime staff today. We just started terraria yesterday.
00:35 I GOT ONE IN 3DS EDITION BEFORE, lol cos I thought it was common, 5 yr old me!
Do this thing at the beach with shark statues. Pirate maps for days!
Do this thing at the beach with shark statues. Pirate maps for days!
I just got the staff when me and my friend were fighting
It was disguising on the grass
I was like
“What’s that.”
I was like remove one item
Then when i walk at it
I picked it up
It was the slime staff
Really I got it on the 5th slime I killed in my world
Thanks man, this helped
i got the slime staff when i killed my first slime
this also works if you get rid of the statues and the wires and dig under it and sit there afk, you can get loot from whatever mobs come by and jump in
Omg it’s so cute 😍
Tip: Mimics from statues dont give items.
Lmaoooo got 2 slime staff in a row today😂
I got it twice yestarday lol, and i was not even farming, 1 slime/minute ratio
On mobile it’s easier because the mechanic sells one second timers


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