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Wilson Portrait
An axe won't cut it.

Wilson

Willow Portrait
An axe won't destroy this but fire will.

Willow

Wolfgang Portrait
Axe is not strong for cutting this down.

Wolfgang

Wendy Portrait
An axe won't kill it.

Wendy

WX-78 Portrait
IT REQUIRES MORE THAN AN AXE

WX-78

Wickerbottom Portrait
It's too tough for an axe.

Wickerbottom

Woodie Portrait
I can't use you for these trees, Lucy.

Woodie

Waxwell Portrait
An axe isn't going to cut it.

Maxwell

Wagstaff Portrait
Its resilient husk will require something stronger than an axe.

Wagstaff

Wigfrid Portrait
This tree cannöt be felled by a mere axe.

Wigfrid

Webber Portrait
We can't cut that down with an axe.

Webber

Walani Portrait
Totally tubular.

Walani

Warly Portrait
I do like tubers.

Warly

Woodlegs Portrait
'Tis too hardy fer an axe.

Woodlegs

Wilba Portrait
WILBA CAN'ST NAUGHT CHOPPETH WITH AXE

Wilba

Wormwood Portrait
Odd friend

Wormwood

Wheeler Portrait
A tree made of tubers! That'll be an adventure.

Wheeler

Tuber Trees are Plants introduced in the Hamlet DLC. They can be found in the Painted Biome.

They have a seasonal life cycle: In the Temperate and Humid Seasons, they will not be mature, then they will bloom in the Lush Season, finally returning to their original state once Lush Season ends.

Unlike other trees, which can be chopped down with an Axe, Tuber Trees can be hacked using a Machete or Luxury Machete instead.

A fully grown Tuber Tree yields up to three Tubers, taking three hits with the Machete each. While regular, unripe Tubers will Poison the player when eaten, Blooming Tuber yielded during the Lush Season are safe to eat. As the Trees are not completely destroyed during this process, they will slowly regrow the hacked Tuber.

Tuber Trees leave a stump like most trees after hacking several times and the stump can be dug up by a Shovel, producing a Tuber. Like other trees, they have a chance to be Peculiar, making them investigatable with a Magnifying Glass.

Tuber Trees can catch on fire. A burnt Tuber Tree can be destroyed with a Machete, producing Charcoal. Due to Tuber Trees not being renewable, one should avoid triggering the lightning that Thunderbirds produce since one cannot replace the burnt Tuber Tree.

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