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Wilson Portrait
Who would live here?

Wilson

Willow Portrait
No one would care if this burned down.

Willow

Wolfgang Portrait
The house was not strong enough.

Wolfgang

Wendy Portrait
Time has broken it down.

Wendy

WX-78 Portrait
OUTDATED ABODE

WX-78

Wickerbottom Portrait
Obviously dilapidated.

Wickerbottom

Woodie Portrait
They're not the handiest.

Woodie

Waxwell Portrait
They copied the pigs, but they're even less intelligent.

Maxwell

Wagstaff Portrait
What are they getting up to in there?

Wagstaff

Wigfrid Portrait
Is this dwelling made öf fish?

Wigfrid

Webber Portrait
Smells fishy.

Webber

Walani Portrait
I could have sworn this was an outhouse.

Walani

Warly Portrait
Fisherfolk live here. I can smell it.

Warly

Woodlegs Portrait
I don't trust 'em.

Woodlegs

Wilba Portrait
MERMAID MAN ABODES

Wilba

Wormwood Portrait
Glub Glub Man home

Wormwood

Wheeler Portrait
Nice house. Could do with some air freshener though.

Wheeler

Winona Portrait
I could disassemble that.

Winona

Wortox Portrait
A stinky structure, to be sure.

Wortox

Mermhouse is a naturally occurring Structure found in a Marsh biome. Its main purpose is spawning and housing Merms. It has an appearance similar to that of a Pig House, but in a dilapidated state. It cannot be crafted by the player, making it non-renewable. Mermhouses can hold up to four Merms and spawn a Merm every four days if any Merms are killed. Normally, only one Merm per Mermhouse is outside during the day. If that Merm gets into combat or if the house is struck with a Hammer, the rest of the Merms will come out and help it fight. Also, when Dusk comes, all Merms exit their house to wander around in the vicinity.

Deconstructing a Mermhouse with a Hammer yields 1-2 Rocks, 1 Board, and 1 Fish.

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In the Shipwrecked DLC, Mermhouses are replaced by Merm Huts in Tidal Marshes. Merm Huts have a more tropical and better maintained appearance compared to Rundown Houses. When destroyed, instead of Fish, they drop Tropical Fish. Otherwise, their behavior is identical.

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In Don't Starve Together, Mermhouses are called Rundown Houses.

Placeholder Trivia Edit

  • Before the release of Hamlet, Mermhouses were called Rundown Houses.

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Naturally spawning world objects
Plants Berry BushCarrotCave Banana TreeCave LichenEvergreenFlower (Evil FlowerFern) • GrassLight FlowerLureplantMandrakeMushroomsMushtreePlantReedsSaplingSpiky BushTotally Normal Tree
(Birchnut TreeCactusTumbleweed Reign of Giants icon) (Ash TreeBamboo PatchCoffee PlantElephant CactusJungle TreeMangrove TreePalm TreeRegular Jungle TreeSeaweed PlantSweet PotatoViney Bush Shipwrecked icon) (AloeAsparagusBrambleBramble BloomClaw Palm TreeCocooned TreeExotic FlowerHedgeIntricate TopiaryLawn DecorationLotus PlantNettle VineRainforest TreeTall GrassTea TreeTuber Tree Hamlet icon) (Bull KelpJuicy Berry BushLune TreeSporecapStone Fruit BushSucculentTwiggy Tree Don't Starve Together icon)
Mobs and Mob Housing BeehiveHound MoundMermhousePondPig HousePig KingPig TorchRabbit HoleRabbit HutchSlurtle MoundSpider DenSpilagmiteSplumonkey PodTallbird NestWalrus CampWorm Hole
(BurrowHollow Stump Reign of Giants icon) (Ballphin PalaceCrabbit DenDragoon DenDragoon EggFishermerm's HutMerm HutPrime Ape HutSharkitten DenShoalTidal PoolWildbore HouseWobster DenYaarctopus Shipwrecked icon) (Dung PileGnat MoundLily PadMandrake HillMant HillOminous CarvingThundernestTown HouseWatch Tower Hamlet icon) (AntlionBat CaveGigantic BeehiveMagmaShattered Spider Hole Don't Starve Together icon)
Resources Ancient StatueBonesBoulderFlotsamGraveHarp StatueMarble PillarMarble TreeMaxwell StatueMerm HeadPig HeadRelicSinkholeSkeletonStalagmite
(Mini Glacier Reign of Giants icon) (Brainy SproutCharcoal BoulderCoral ReefCrateDebrisLava PoolLimpet RockMagma PileMussel BedObsidian BoulderPoisonous HoleSandy PileTar SlickWatery GraveWildbore HeadWreck Shipwrecked icon) (Artichoke BoulderA Smashing PotBasalt EruptionCrashed BalloonHot Air BalloonRuined SculpturesStalacmite ThroneStone SlabWeathered ObjectsWicker Basket Hamlet icon) (Cave HoleDriftwoodLakeMarble SculpturesMeteor BoulderMoon GlassPetrified TreeSea Bones Don't Starve Together icon)
Inanimate Ancient Pseudoscience StationBasaltCompromising StatueGramaphoneHeadstoneMarble PillarMaxwell's DoorMaxwell's LightNightmare LightNightmare LockNightmare ThroneObeliskOrnate ChestPillarsSunken BoatSuspicious Dirt PileTouch StoneThulecite Wall
(Glommer's Statue Reign of Giants icon) (Electric IsoscelesGunpowder BarrelKrissureLimestone WallObsidian WorkbenchSteamer TrunkSeaworthySlot MachineSuspicious BubblesVolcanoVolcano Altar of SnackrificeWoodlegs' CageX Marks the Spot Shipwrecked icon) (Ancient WallCave CleftCrumbling BrazierFountain of YouthRoyal Gallery ExhibitRuinous EntranceSecret Bandit CampSpooky HoleStriking CarvingStriking StatueSuspicious CrackUnimportant PillarUnimportant Rock PillarWall BrazierWishing Well Hamlet icon) (Ancient ChestAncient GatewayAncient MuralAncient ObeliskAnenemyCelestial FissureFlorid PosternHot SpringInviting FormationLoot StashMoon StoneRock DenSalt FormationSea StackStagehandSuspicious MarbleSuspicious Moonrock Don't Starve Together icon)
Items Box ThingCrank ThingEye BoneMetal Potato ThingRing ThingWooden Thing
(FishboneGrassy ThingRawlingRing ThingScrew ThingWooden Platform ThingWooden Potato Thing Shipwrecked icon) (Iron ThingLever ThingRegal ScepterRelic ThingRock ThingStone EggStone Thing Hamlet icon) (Celestial Altar PiecesStar-Sky Don't Starve Together icon)
The Gorge Don't Starve Together icon Mealing StoneSalt PondSpotty ShrubSugarwood TreeThe Altar of Gnaw
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