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Abigail would've loved this crown.

Wendy

The Thulecite Crown is a craftable Item found in the Ancient Tab. It requires 4 Nightmare Fuel, 4 Thulecite and an Ancient Pseudoscience Station to craft. It also has a 33% chance to be found inside a Large Ornate Chest. Like all items from the Ancient Tab, Thulecite Crowns cannot be prototyped and can only be crafted when near an Ancient Pseudoscience Station.

The Thulecite Crown is head Armor that will absorb 90% of physical damage and has 1200 durability. When the wearer takes damage from an attack, it has a 33% chance to create a force field. The force field lasts for 4 seconds, preventing all damage from attacks (except for Fire) and granting stun immunity. While the force field is active, 5% of incoming damage is reduced from Sanity. The force field cannot occur more than once every 9 seconds. Unequipping the Crown will disable an active force field, even though the animation remains. The Crown's force field emits enough light to protect the player from Charlie.

Since Thulecite is not renewable in Don't Starve, only a limited number of Thulecite Crowns can be crafted.

Gift Icon.png Downloadable Content[]

In the Reign of Giants DLC, players have a small chance of finding Green Gems inside Tumbleweeds, thus making Thulecite Crown renewable, since more Thulecite can be gained with the use of Construction Amulets and Deconstruction Staves.

In the Shipwrecked DLC, Thulecite Crowns can be obtained as a possible reward from the Slot Machine and X Marks the Spot treasure Chests. It also can always be found in a Chest of the Depths left behind by the Quacken after its death, making Thulecite Crowns renewable also in Shipwrecked.

Don't Starve Together icon.png Don't Starve Together[]

In Don't Starve Together, Thulecite is renewable by killing the Ancient Fuelweaver to reset the Ruins and by feeding Ambrosia to Dust Moths. Therefore, an unlimited amount of Thulecite Crowns can be crafted.

Prototype.png Tips[]

  • As it is clear from its perk, the Thulecite Crown is more suited for tanking enemies instead of kiting them.
  • The Crown is really useful when facing big groups of Mobs like Spiders or Hounds, as the force field will protect the players from being stunlocked.
  • The force field will protect from the special effects of enemy attacks, such as those of Frogs.
  • The Crown is a great armor for Willow, Maxwell and Wigfrid (Reign of Giants icon.png only) since these Characters can regain their Sanity easily.
    • On the other hand, the Crown is not efficient when used on Woodlegs Shipwrecked icon.png, since his maximum sanity value is lower than other characters and drops constantly when on land.
  • It is generally advised to also wear disposable body armor to increase the life of the Thulecite Crown. In Don't Starve Together, the Log Suit can absorb roughly 47% of already absorbed damage, effectively increasing the life of the Thulecite Crown from 840 to 1585.
  • In the Hamlet DLC, since the Thulecite Crown only triggers its force field when the wearer takes damage, the Vortex Cloak will prevent it from activating when both are worn simultaneously and the Thulecite Crown is the primary armor. If the Vortex Cloak is the primary armor, the Thulecite Crown will not lose durability but also will not trigger the force field. If the Vortex Cloak is at 0% durability, the Thulecite Crown will activate its force field. As such, using both pieces of equipment in combat at the same time is ill-advised in favor of something more disposable such as a Football Helmet.

Placeholder.png Trivia[]

  • The Thulecite Crown was added in the Moderately Friendly update.
  • Although the crown showcases a Red Gem, one does not need it to craft the crown.

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