Beetle armor is considered to be one of the best armors amongst the several others in Terraria. You can equip the armor in the Hard Mode. You can’t find this armor in the game, rather you have to build it yourself.
One thing you should know about Beetle armor is that despite of having its own materials to be crafted, it can’t be forged without another armor. You need to have Turtle armor pieces in order to build the Beetle armor. Well, read along with this guide to know more about Beetle armor in Terraria.
How to Craft Beetle Armor in Terraria?
Crafting Beetle Armor is an important step in the game. Having this armor in your inventory, your gameplay can improve immensely. There are 3 parts of the Beetle armor namely,
- Beetle Helmet
- Beetle Leggings
- 2 Chest Pieces (Beetle Scale Mail and Beetle Shell)
Before you can go ahead to craft this armor, you need some items to forge it. The list of items you need is given below.
- Beetle Husk
- Turtle Armor
- Mythril or Orichalcum Anvil
In order to make the Beetle Armor, first you have to forge either one of the Anvils for these Anvils are the workstation to build the armor. You need to have Mythril Bars(x10) to craft the Mythril Anvil and you need Orichalcum Bars(x12) to build the Orichalcum Anvil. Both these Anvils can be made with the help of Iron Anvil.
- Now, to build the Beetle Helmet, you need Beetle Husks(x4), and Turtle Helmet(x1).
- Build the Beetle Leggings with Beetle Husks(x6), and Turtle Leggings(x1).
- Craft the Beetle Scale Mail or Beetle Shell with Beetle Husks(x8), and Turtle Scale Mail(x1).
- Lastly, you have to collect all the ingredients that you forged to Mythril or Orichalcum Anvil to craft the Beetle Armor in Terraria.
What are the Beetle Armor boosts?
Once you have equipped the full armor, it will increase the melee damage and speed. Along with that, it improves movement speed. Additionally, you can equip offensive buffs and defensive buffs with the armor.
This is all you need to know about Beetle Armor in Terraria. Hopefully, this guide was helpful to you. While you’re here, you can go ahead and check out other similar guides such as How to Find Aglet in Terraria and How to make Obsidian Skull.