Terraria: Where To Find The Zenith Sword | Screen Rant

The Zenith sword is the most mighty sword in Terraria. There is a specific way to get it. This guide will layout the process on how to find it.

Terraria: Where To Find The Zenith Sword | Screen Rant

Terraria is no stranger to introducing new weapons to the game. One of the most powerful weapons players can find is the 'Zenith Sword' and this guide will lead the way on how to get it.

Terraria is a unique action-adventure game that has engrained sandbox elements in which players can explore vast caverns and encounter all manners of enemies and crazy events. Released on May 16, 2011, by Re-Logic, Terraria encourages players to; craft, mine, and build different structures and items as they level up their character and attract valuable NPCs.  Constructing different dwellings will summon; wizards, merchants, and nurses to aide players with their quest. This game is laid out in the same format as Metroid. Players will be encouraged to explore and unlock various tools and weapons that'll enable them to progress throughout the world. There will be enemies that'll summon magic, bows, swords, and even guns and will stop at nothing to prevent players from accomplishing their goals. Slaying certain types of enemies will drop specific items in which players can utilize for building up their base and arsenal.

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There are even bosses to fight in Terraria and players will need all the help they can get to bypass them. With the current 1.4 update (which is known as Journey's End), there is a heap of new content now available that ranges from new enemy types to more elaborate weapons. The most sought after weapon is the 'Zenith Sword', and its might can easily smite enemies at a brisk pace. Of course, the more powerful the weapon, the harder it is to find. Therefore, there's a very specific process to unearth this sword and use it toward victory. It'll take a certain level of commitment and patience to achieve the addition of this sword to the inventory. However, once players have it, it'll quickly turn the tables against enemies and it will become the prime choice of the players' inventory.

The 'Zenith Sword' is a post-Moon Lord (hard mode) weapon that has the ability to break through blocks while swinging around automatically. Players will need to collect a number of different swords throughout the game in order to craft the 'Zenith Sword.' Crafting this weapon is probably the most complex throughout Terraria that requires 16 different items to successfully forge it. There are certain swords that can be simply found during the player's quest, but there are others that'll need to be crafted. The following list will explain which swords (and materials) players will need to get started with the construction of the 'Zenith Sword.'

Enchanted Sword

  • In the Enchanted Sword Shrines, players will need to focus on the ' breakable sword sprites' that are erected on top of the hill. There will be some cases (2 out of 3) that it'll be fake and nothing will be dropped. However, there is a 1 out of 3 chance that it could be real, and there is where players can find the Enchanted Sword. The Enchanted Sword Shrines make up about 20% of the overall map and the number of them varies on the size of the world.

Influx Waver

  • To get this sword, players will need to participate in the 'Martain Madness Event'. Even if players do participate in it, there's only an 11% chance of this sword being dropped. Players can unlock the 'Martain Madness Event' after Golem has been defeated. Players can launch this event by triggering a 'Martain Probe', that can be found mostly throughout the "Space Layer" of the map.

Seedler

  • This sword can only be found by having it dropped by a 'Plantera'. There's only a 14% chance of it being dropped, so players will have to keep trying until they get lucky.

The Horseman's Blade

  • It'll be easy to assume that this blade is found by destroying the Headless Horseman, but this isn't the case. It's actually found by taking out the Pumpking, which is a boss in the 'Pumpkin Moon Event'. To attend this event, players will need the 'Pumpkin Moon Medallin' to summon it, at any time of night. Even though this is a Halloween themed event, it doesn't need to be actually Halloween season to join this event.

Starfury

  • Exploring the 'Floating Islands' and feverishly opening-up as many 'Skyware Chests' as possible is the only way to find the Starfury.

Copper Shortsword

  • The Copper Shortsword is a very common (and arguably the weakest) weapon in the game. It's found very early in the game and it's recommended to hold onto it for the purpose of crafting the 'Zenith Sword', among other things. As for combat, players are better off using the Tinsword, if they're in dire need of something with a little more oomph.

Terra Blade

  • This blade will need to be crafted by combining the 'True Excaliber' and 'True Night's Edge'. The 'True Excaliber' is a 'hard mode' version of Excaliber and it is crafted with hallowed bars. Thus, the 'True Night's Edge' is also the hardcore mode 'Night's Edge' and it's crafted with a 'Broken Hero Sword' and 'Nights Edge'. Players will need to use the Mythril or Orichalcum Anvil in order to craft it.

Meowmere

  • When defeating the 'Moonlord', there's an 11.11% chance of this weapon being dropped. It has an auto-swing feature and it shoots out rainbow-like auras that are shaped like a cat's head. Thus, it doesn't consume any mana or ammunition. It's a fairly powerful weapon in its own right.

Star Wrath 

  • The last sword players will need to obtain is by also defeating the 'Moon Lord'. There's only an 11% chance to get it, so it's advised that players keep trying until they get it.

These are all the swords and materials finally garnered to be able to craft the 'Zenith Sword'. Use either the Mythril or Orichalcum Anvil to craft it and watch the magic fly as players lay waste to the enemies. With; 190 Damage, 6.5 Knockback, 14% Critical and 16 Velocity, there's no other sword like it. It will take some work, but it'll be worth the effort. The 'Zenith Sword' is both a spectacle to see and a joy to play with.

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Terraria is available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Andriod, iOS, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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