Glommer's Statue is a unique structure that appears in the Reign of Giants DLC. It spawns in the Deciduous Forest Biome. When mined, it drops three Marble and the Old Bell Blueprint. Mining does not destroy the statue.
On a full moon, a Glommer's Flower will spawn at the base of Glommer's Statue (even if it has been mined). Picking up Glommer's Flower will trigger Glommer to become a permanent "follower" (until Glommer dies). After mining the statue, the base will remain, allowing Glommer and Glommer's Flower to respawn at a full moon.
Glommer's Flower can only be picked once per full moon, on either night. If a player picks it on the first night of the full moon, and then Glommer dies before the following night, they cannot pick it again the second night - they must wait until the next full moon. If a player picked the flower the previous full moon and Glommer dies on either day, the flower can still be picked that night.
Don't Starve TogetherEdit
In Don't Starve Together, the Glommer's Statue will not drop the Old Bell Blueprint when mined, because the Old Bell does not exist in DST. Mining the statue will only yield 3 Marble.
- The Pan Flute will always be found near Glommer's Statue in Don't Starve Together, and it has a 75% chance to spawn in Don't Starve.
- There seems to be a high chance that Glommer's Statue will spawn next to a Pig King village, which might make collecting Glommer's Flower difficult due to Werepigs.
- Sometimes the Statue will not spawn. This can result from a bad "world generation".
- If the Statue is destroyed by any other means than mining (e.g. a Clockwork Rook), the Blueprint may not drop.