Triboluminescent Etomer

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Developer
This item is dedicated to: Ben / Termi
Triboluminescent Etomer
  • Triboluminescent Etomer.png
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Statistics
TypePet Summon
Use time20 Very Fast
TooltipSummons an electric troublemaker
A little note is attached:
Thank you, Aloe! Very much appreciated from Ben
Grants BuffElectric TroublemakerElectric Troublemaker
Buff tooltipLightning never strikes the same place twice
RarityRarity Level: 3
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Summons Pet
Electric Troublemaker
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The Triboluminescent Etomer is a craftable Pre-Hardmode pet summoning item that summons an electric troublemaker to follow the player. The pet can change forms depending on the biome the player is in or any ongoing events.

Form Types[edit | edit source]

Form Description
Electric Troublemaker Electric Troublemaker The default form.
Dex Troublemaker Dex Troublemaker The form taken while any bosses are alive.
Wash Troublemaker Wash Troublemaker The form taken while in the Ocean, Abyss, Sulphurous Sea, or Sunken Sea biomes.
Heat Troublemaker Heat Troublemaker The form taken while in the Desert, Underground Desert, Brimstone Crag, or Underworld biomes.
Frost Troublemaker Frost Troublemaker The form taken while in the Snow or Ice biomes, as well as during the Frost Moon.
Mow Troublemaker Mow Troublemaker The form taken while in the Jungle biome.
Fan Troublemaker Fan Troublemaker The form taken while in the Space or Astral Infection biomes, as well as when near a Meteorite.

Crafting[edit | edit source]

Recipe[edit | edit source]

Crafting Station
Iron AnvilIron Anvil /
Lead AnvilLead Anvil
Ingredient(s) Amount
Prism Shard Prism Shard 5
Any Gold Bar Any Gold Bar 8
Demonic Bone Ash Demonic Bone Ash 1
Result
Triboluminescent Etomer.png Triboluminescent Etomer 1

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The pet is based directly on the Pokémon Rotom, which has many different forms that mimic various electrical appliances.
  • The name of the item is in reference to the electrical phenomenon called Triboluminescence.
  • 'Etomer' is the word 'remote' spelled backwards.