|Type||Weapon – Crafting material – Thrower|
|Use time||24 Fast|
|Tooltip||Throws a light-cursed dagger, which eats away at enemies it hits|
Overuse of this weapon exhausts you, massively reducing its damage
Killing enemies recovers some of your exhaustion
|Debuff duration||2 seconds|
|Debuff tooltip||Pure darkness is melting this enemy|
|Debuff duration||20 seconds|
|Debuff tooltip||Some throwing items are now much weaker|
The Light's Anguish is a craftable, non-consumable throwing weapon that can autofire. It throws dark daggers that are not affected by gravity, can pierce one enemy, and inflict the Light Curse debuff onto hit enemies.
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.
- Aesthetically, Light's Anguish is very similar in color and style to Night's Edge, Eternal Night, Light's Lament, and Falling Twilight.
- Light's Anguish has a Crimson counterpart, Embowelment, which uses Crimtane Tomahawks instead of Demonite Tomahawks as a component.