How to Make Golden Delight

With the latest updates for terrariums comes a host of new items to play with. From weapons to potions, there’s no shortage of new content to dive into. One of the latest items to add terrariums is the Golden Delight which, when brewed and consumed, gives the player that Exquisitely filled polishing. This is the best food-related buff a player can get, increasing their Defense (+4), Critical Strike Chance (+4%), Melee Speed ​​(+10%), Damage (+10%), and minion Recoil (+1), movement speed (+40%) and mining speed (+15%).


Unlike other gourmets in terrariums which justify a few minutes with increased stats that Exquisitely filled Buff from consuming the Golden Delight lasts a total of 48 minutes or until the player removes the buff themselves by canceling it. The problem isn’t so much crafting or consuming Golden Delight rather waiting for one of the incredibly rare golden creatures to appear so that the item can actually be crafted.

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How to make Golden Delight in terrariums

So that players can craft the Golden Delight terrariums, they must first catch one of the 13 different golden species. These include the golden bird, rabbit, butterfly, dragonfly, frog, goldfish, grasshopper, ladybug, mouse, seahorse, squirrel, water strider and worm, each of which has a spawning probability of less than 0.5%.

Luckily, these can all be detected by the Life Form Analyzer, which can be purchased from the Traveling Merchant for 5 gold. The Analyzer can also be crafted at the Tinkerer’s Workshop, which can be purchased from the Goblin Tinkerer for 10 gold. In addition, players will need a bug net to catch each of these species (the net can be purchased from the merchant for 25 silver). Finally, players need either a Cauldron or a Cooking Pot to actually craft it Golden Pleasure.

The cauldron only appears during terrariums‘s Halloween Season and can be purchased from the Witch Doctor for 1 Gold and 50 Silver. The Cooking Pot can be crafted with an Iron or Lead Anvil for 10 Iron (any type) and 2 Wood (any type). The cooking pot can also be found randomly in abandoned buildings both above and below ground.

Once the player has bug-netted one of the Golden Critters, the player simply needs to stand in front of a cooking pot (or cauldron, if the season is right) and select Golden Delight. If players would rather not have the buff, the Golden Delight can be sold for 10 gold, which will net the player a decent amount of money. However, due to the rarity of the Golden Critters, it may be best to save the Golden Delight and consume it at the next convenient moment to increase the stat.

terrariums can be played on PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, iOS and Android devices.

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