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Wilson Portrait
I could fill a pail with all those snails.

Wilson, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Willow Portrait
That gross food is trying to eat that rock.

Willow, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Wolfgang Portrait
Looks like tiny snails for eating!

Wolfgang, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Wendy Portrait
Those look edible... sort of.

Wendy, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

WX-78 Portrait
STUPID MEAT WILL NEVER DEVOUR STONE

WX-78, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Wickerbottom Portrait
This boulder is home to various gastropods.

Wickerbottom, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Woodie Portrait
I could make a snack out of those.

Woodie, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Waxwell Portrait
Could be used as a food source in a pinch.

Maxwell, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Wagstaff Portrait
Appears to have attracted sea creatures to its surface.

Wagstaff, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Wigfrid Portrait
The meat stöne!

Wigfrid, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Webber Portrait
This rock is covered in food things!

Webber, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Walani Portrait
Just look at all these Barneys.

Walani, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Warly Portrait
A petit snail farm!

Warly, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Woodlegs Portrait
Thet rock is covered in good eatin'.

Woodlegs, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Wilba Portrait
ROCK MEATS GROWETH 'PON THE ROCK

Wilba, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Wormwood Portrait
Rocks that grow stuff

Wormwood, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Wheeler Portrait
There are sea creatures stuck to that rock. And they're edible!

Wheeler, whem examining normal Limpet Rocks.

Limpet Rocks are a naturally spawning objects in the Shipwrecked DLC. They are common in Beach biomes and yield one Limpets each. They can be also mined for Rocks and Flint. If the player does not mine them, they will replenish themselves over 3 days, making them a good food source.

During Hurricane Season, Seagulls will visit land and pick Limpet Rocks for food. During Dry Season Limpet Rocks can wither, thus stopping Limpet generation. The player must then apply Seaweed, Manure or Rot to the Limpet Rock for it to begin producing Limpets again during Dry Season.

Placeholder Trivia Edit

  • Picked and withered Limpet Rocks have special examinations.
Wilson Portrait
I can't fill a pail without snails.

Wilson, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Willow Portrait
The rock won't be bothered by those suckers for a bit.

Willow, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Wolfgang Portrait
Tiny snails are gone for now.

Wolfgang, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Wendy Portrait
I picked it clean.

Wendy, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

WX-78 Portrait
STONE IS FREE OF PARASITIC MEAT

WX-78, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Wickerbottom Portrait
The snails have already been harvested.

Wickerbottom, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Woodie Portrait
Just a big rock, eh?

Woodie, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Waxwell Portrait
Just a rock now.

Maxwell, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Wagstaff Portrait
I can reasonably assume it will attract more sea creatures.

Wagstaff, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Wigfrid Portrait
The stone is meatless for now...

Wigfrid, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Webber Portrait
Come back, yumyums.

Webber, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Walani Portrait
Nothing to eat here.

Walani, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Warly Portrait
I have a soft spot for bivalves!

Warly, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Woodlegs Portrait
'Tis just a rock now.

Woodlegs, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Wilba Portrait
HATH NAUGHT ROCK MEATS 'PON IT

Wilba, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Wormwood Portrait
Belly stuff already gone

Wormwood, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Wheeler Portrait
It's no longer infected with sea creatures.

Wheeler, whem examining picked Limpet Rocks.

Mosquito Bugs Edit

  • Limpets Rocks are alwayes targeted automatically by a working Ice Flingomatic.

Blueprint Gallery Edit

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