Terraria Lava Waders | How to Get

The environment in Terraria can be either your greatest ally or your worst enemy. If you’re not prepared to take on the harsh biomes and the monsters within, you won’t survive. That’s where armor and items come in. While some armor can help you in combat, other armor and accessories can help you conquer the elements. The Lava Waders are one of the most important ones. Read on to find out how to get a pair for yourself.

How to Get the Lava Waders in Terraria

Lava waders

Lava Waders are a special accessory in Terraria. Like their name implies, they help you walk on every liquid in the game, including lava.

If you want to get your hands on this item, you’re going to need to gather some materials. The first thing you’re going to need is Water Walking Boots. Once you’ve got your hands on a pair of those, you can start making the waders.

The second thing you’re going to need is a Molten Charm. To get your hands on one of those, you’ll first need a Lava Charm. These can only be found in Hellstone and Obsidian crates. Once you’ve got your hands on the Lava Charm, you’ll then need an Obsidian Skull. This is done by putting 20 obsidian into a furnace. Once that’s done, combine both of them at the Tinkerer’s Workshop to make a Molten Charm.

With that special item now crafted, combine everything together at the Tinkerer’s Workshop. Combine the Molten Charm with the Water Walking Boots to make the Lava Waders. With these, you’ll be able to walk across every liquid with ease. As an added bonus, they will also allow you seven seconds of lava immunity, in the off chance you happen to submerge. This makes them very useful for setting lava traps, and even fighting the wall of flesh in the underworld.

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