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Firefly Staff

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Firefly Staff
Firefly Staff.png
Statistics
Type Staff
Damage 11  (Heart.png×5.5)
Durability 1230
Ammunition 2 Wind Runes
2 Strike Runes
1 Fire Rune
Fire rate 1.66/sec
Tooltip Casts a multiplying magic projectile
Renewable No
Stackable No
Version added 2.0
ID aoa3:firefly_staff

The Firefly Staff is a Tier 1 staff obtained from Baron Castles. When used, it fires a projectile that ignites mobs on hit. Upon hitting a mob, 1-7 additional projectiles will fly out from the target in random directions. The extra projectiles have the same properties as the initial projectile, and will create even more projectiles if they hit a mob.

Obtaining[edit | edit source]

Structures[edit | edit source]

A Firefly Staff can be found in chests that spawn in Baron Castles.

Repair[edit | edit source]

The Firefly Staff can be repaired with the following methods:

Enchanting[edit | edit source]

The Firefly Staff can be given the following enchantments:

  • Archmage - reduces rune costs on staves by 1 rune per level. Will not make a staff go below 1 rune. Max level of III.
  • Intervention - item is kept through death. Max level of I. This enchantment has a 20% chance to be removed when activated.
  • Mending - same as Vanilla.
  • Unbreaking - same as Vanilla.

The Firefly Staff can be enchanted at an enchantment table, anvil, or Infusion Table.

History[edit | edit source]

Version Information
2.0 Added the Firefly Staff.
Tslat 1.1.3 Fixed the Firefly Staff being able to shoot projectiles directly upwards or downwards.