Terraria (Wiki): Ichor Bullet
In this page, you will learn everything about the Ichor Bullet. That includes how the ammunition works, ways of obtaining, some useful tips and tricks for maximized efficiency, and more.
Everything you need to know
High armor value slows down the player from defeating some enemies in Terraria, and this is where Ichor Bullets come in. Contact with a hostile will inflict the Ichor debuff, effectively reducing armor by 15 (desktop, mobile, console) / 20 (3DS, old-gen consoles). From the base 13DMG, an Ichor Bullet could deal with up to 21 (desktop, mobile, console) / 23 (3DS, old-gen consoles).
In combat, however, treating Ichor Bullets as secondary ammo is advisable because of the debuff. The main ammunition should preferably be Crystal Bullets or stronger counterparts.
Some bosses, including Celestial Pillars, Lunatic Cultist, and The Destroyer, are immune to the Ichor debuff. The player is also immune from debuff once Mimics deflect an Ichor Bullet.
Strengths & Weaknesses of the Ichor Bullet
- Inflicted debuff significantly reduces an enemy’s armor.
- Great side ammunition for bosses.
- Not all Bosses can get the armor-reducing buff upon contact.
- Only regarded as secondary ammo and may deplete quickly.
How to get the Ichor Bullet
At Mythril Anvil or Orichalcum Anvil, combine Ichor (1) and Musket Ball (150 (desktop, mobile, console) / 50 (3DS, old-gen consoles)) to produce Ichor Bullets (150 (desktop, mobile, console) / 50 (3DS, old-gen consoles).
Stats & Attributes of the Ichor Bullet