Terraria Classes: Melee, Ranged and Mage 

Are confused by the Terraria Classes? And want to know more about them? Then don’t miss out and read this blog to the end! 

While playing an action-packed adventure game like Terraria where you have to explore, fight and dig, Having the right knowledge of the gears can make your journey a lot more easier. Some players often get confused with these gears and classes. To help these players, 

We have discussed these classes with their equipment and other weapons. By the end of this blog, you will hopefully be able to choose a class for yourself! 

So, let’s get to the main part!

For more help on Terraria, read our Terraria Pickaxes, Is Terraria Cross-Platform?

How many groups of Terraria Classes are there?

There are mainly 4 types of Terraria Classes, these are: 

  • Ranged 
  • Melee 
  • Mage 
  • Summoner 

Other than these classes, these are different stages of Terraria classes in the game: 

  1. Pre Bosses  
  2. Pre Hardmode  
  3. Pre Mechanical Bosses  
  4. Pre Plantera  
  5. Pre Golem  
  6. Pre Duke Fashion  
  7. Pre Celestial Events  
  8. Endgame 

Now, let’s discuss the classes one by one!

1) Ranged 

Ranger class is one of the coolest in the game. You will see weapons that convert arrows into fire and even into bees. 

The only draw back of Ranger class is that you it does not work as good as melee in the explosive damages, however it is still very useful! 
Now let’s talk about Ranger in detail. 

Early Stage 

The early stage equipment is boomstick. It is very effective in a short range area and does not work as good in the longer range. 

• Weapon –>Boomstick 
• Shark Tooth Necklace 
• Flying Carpet 
• Armour –>Platinum 
• Cloud in a Bottle 
• Band of Regeneration 
• Hermes Boots 

Middle Stage 

Now comes the magical part, Mana flower and Sorcerer Emblem for decreasing mana and increasing damage. 

Weapon –>Magical Harp 
• Ankh Shield 
• Sorcerer Emblem 
• Frozen Wings 
• Armour –>Chlorophyte 
• Frostspark Boots 
• Mana Flower 

Last Stage 

The last stage includes the Nebula Armour that increases damage and mana. 

• Weapon – Last Prism 
• Mana Flower 
• Sorcerer Emblem 
• Armour – Nebula 
• Ankh Shield 
• Master Ninja Gear 
• Stardust Wings 

2) Melee 

Melee class only fights on a closer range. But in Terarria the Melee class has different weapons like Boomerangs and sprays. Isn’t it amazing?  

And other than that, melee class also does not rely on Mana like Ranger does.

Early Stage 

These are the early equipment. 

• Weapon – Starfury, Sword, Bommerang 
• Shark Tooth Necklace 
• Feral Claws 
• Armour – Gloden, Platinum, 
• Cloud in a Bottle 
• Band of Regeneration 
• Hermes Boots 

Middle Stage 

After the early game stage, these are the Middle game stage things that will help you in the game. 

• Weapon – Terra Blade, Cli. Partisan, Yelets, Death Stick 
• Fire Gauntlet 
• Avenger Emblem 
• Armour – Chlorophyte, Turtle 
• Frozen Wings 
• Ankh Shield 
• Frostspark Boots 

Last Stage 

The last stage includes stuff like Ninja Gear, solar wings and yoyo bag.  

• Weapon àStar Wrath, Solar Eruption, Terrarian, Meowmere  

• Fire Gauntlet 
• Armour – Solar Flare Armour 
• Ankh Shield 
• Celestial Shell 
• Yoyo Bag 
• Solar Wings 
• Master Ninja Gea

3) Mage

This Terarria class is the most unique and includes a lot of magic. Players in this class can fight with magic. Using fireballs, light beam and other magic equipment like healing points and magic suit can help you with a lot of damage! 

Early Stage 

On the early stage you can use mana for different reasons like increasing regeneration of meteor armour and more. 

• Weapon –>Space Gun 
• Hermes Boots 
• Armour –>Meteor 
• Cloud in a Bottle 
• Band of Regeneration 
• Shiny Red Balloon 
• Band of Mana Regeneration  

Middle Stage 

These are the middle game stage equipment. 

• Weapon –>Magical Harp 
• Ankh Shield 
• Sorcerer Emblem 
• Frozen Wings 
• Armour –>Chlorophyte 
• Mana Flower 
• Frostspark Boots 

Last Stage 

Nebula Armour is useful in many ways like increasing the strength of your mana and damage. 

• Weapon – Last Prism 
• Mana Flower 
• Armour – Nebula 
• Sorcerer Emblem 
• Master Ninja Gear 
• Ankh Shield 
• Stardust Wings 

4) Summoner 

Do you like summoning creatures like spiders and dragons to fight the enemies? Then this Terarria class might be the best match for you! It is one of the most liked class in Terarria and you might also like it. 

Conclusion 

This blog was about Terraria classes. We have completely covered all of them. Mainly there are 4 classes in Terarria, these are: Melee, Ranged, Mage and Summoner. We have discussed them above, you can read them in detail there! 

Lastly, I hope your confusions about the Terraria classes are cleared. Let us know your favourite Terarria class in the comments! 

Yazdaan is a man who can't stop talking about games, geeky things, and to the chagrin of his colleagues, horrible puns. He's been working as a game journalist for several years now, and The Unabridged Gamer on YouTube. When not reviewing games, you'll probably find him ranting on Twitter, writing, or replaying Dead Space 2 for the zillionth time.

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