Terraria: Vanity Outfits – Contest Winners and Vanity Overhaul

Information about the Vanity Overhaul and the contest winners outfits being added into Terraria.

The final update to Terraria Journey's end has been released. As it stands, update 1.41 was more or less a secret update, as a lot of gamers didn't know that it was coming, and is mainly filled with things that weren't quite ready for the last update. Many assumed that with update 1.40 was the end of the Terraria lifespan. Alas, it wasn't, and with it comes plenty of changes in the final Journey's End update! One such noticeable change is the Vanity Overhaul and the addition of the contest winners Vanity outfits being added into the game!

Vanity Overhaul

In the old version of Terraria, Vanity items were awesome and a pain because you had to pick and choose want to wear. You couldn't wear both a cape and wings; it could be either one of the other. Now in update 1.41, that is a thing of the past! Out of the four vanity item slots available, all four work in sync - all four items will appear on your character. Single items such as wings will no longer overshadow the other items and cause them to disappear.

This is really awesome news, as now your character can now look amazing, and no limits have to be made to become the character you want to be!

Contest inners

Re-Logic held a Journey's End Vanity Design Contest, and the 6 winners of the contest's outfits are being put into the game, which is amazing for the winners! Here is a list of the added costumes and the pre-Hardmode materials needed to create them:

  • Plaguebringer’s Set – A cloaked figure with an antelope skull for a helmet.
    • Requires - Silk, vertebrae, bones, and black dye.
      • Only available in Crimson worlds.
  • Wandering Ronin Set – A samurai outfit inspired by chanbara movies.
    • Requires - Silk, fireflies, and clay.
  • Timeless Traveler Set – A cloaked figure with horns and a beak.
    • Requires - Silk, rotten chunks, bones, and black dye.
      • Only available in Corruption worlds.
  • Floret Protector Set – A hazmat suit with a flower pot in the helmet.
    • Requires - Silk, dirt, and one Daybloom flower.
  • Capricorn Set – A pearlescent set with the ability to switch between legs and a tail.
    • Requires - Silk, silver dye, fallen stars, and coral.
  • TV Head Set – A leisure suit with an olden CRT TV for a helmet.
    • Requires - Silk, purple dye, glass, and wire.

Oh, remember, a loom is required to craft any of these! If you want to take a look at how all of these looks, check out the video below.

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