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This is a donator item! It is dedicated to: ArmenBow
Hadron Collider
  • Hadron Collider item sprite
Auto-use
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Statistics
TypeWeaponThrower
Damage58 Throwing
Knockback3 Very Weak
Critical chance4%
Use time24 Fast
Velocity10
TooltipGenerates unstable atoms as it travels
Enemies hit by the main attack are focused by it's unstable atoms
Overuse of this weapon exhausts you, massively reducing its damage
Killing enemies recovers some of your exhaustion
Inflicts DebuffExhaustion.pngExhaustion
Debuff duration20 seconds
Debuff tooltipSome throwing items are now much weaker
RarityRarity level: Donator
Sell60000*6 Gold Coin.png

The Hadron Collider is a craftable, non-consumable Hardmode throwing weapon that can autofire. It throws a knife unaffected by gravity; the knife periodically places an unstable atom as it travels. Should the knife strike an enemy, all the unstable atoms will travel towards the struck enemy, each dealing 50% of the weapon's base damage. If the knife does not successfully deal damage, then the unstable atoms it created will vanish.

Like most non-consumable throwing weapons, using this weapon builds up an exhaustion meter that appears below the player. Not using the weapon will make the meter slowly go back down. However, if it becomes completely filled, the user will be inflicted with the Exhaustion debuff, causing all non-consumable throwing weapons to deal massively decreased damage for some time. The meter resets after the debuff ends.

Its best modifier is Unreal.

Crafting[]

Recipe[]

Crafting Station
Soul Forge.pngSoul Forge
Ingredient(s) Amount
Strange Plating.png Strange Plating 12
Soul of Fright.png Soul of Fright 3
Soul of Sight.png Soul of Sight 3
Result
Hadron Collider.png Hadron Collider 1

Notes[]

  • If the Show Donator Item Color configuration option is disabled, the Hadron Collider will have a rarity of Rarity Level: 6 instead of the standard Rarity level: Donator.

Trivia[]

  • This weapon is based on the Large Hadron Collider, a supermassive particle accelerator designed to collide sub-atomic particles.

History[]

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