Cratrosity

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Cratrosity
Cratrosity (SGAmod).png
Statistics
TypeBoss
Damage60 / 120 (Contact Damage)
25 / 50 (Copper Coin)
30 / 60 (Silver Coin)
30 / 60 (Gold Coin)
50 / 100 (Platinum Coin, Phase 4)
60 / 120 (Platinum Coin, Phase 5+)
Max Life30000 / 60000
Defense50
KB Resist100%
Inflicts debuffFile:Money Mismanagement (SGAmod).pngMoney Mismanagement 100% chance
Debuff duration4.17 seconds
Inflicts debuffShadowflame.pngShadowflame (Shadowflame Coins only) 100% chance
Debuff duration10 seconds
Drops
Not to be confused with Cratrogeddon, a Post-Moon Lord boss

Greed huh? That alone is what powered that thing? I guess the desire for a quick buck matters more than our lives...

Draken

Cratrosity is a Hardmode Boss, which can be summoned as soon as Hardmode begins, but is not recommended to fight until about Post-Plantera. It resembles an amalgamate of various crates which constantly changes shape and fires coins.

Additionally, upon death, it unlocks the ability to purchase a Sword of a Thousand Truths from Draken, and once the player has 5000 total accumulated Expertise.

Summoning[edit | edit source]

Cratrosity can be summoned by right-clicking a Terraria Co Supply Crate in your inventory, with a Golden Key.pngGolden Key, Key of Night.pngKey of Night, or Key of Light.pngKey of Light also in your inventory. It can only be summoned at night.

Currently, having a Shadow Key.pngShadow Key in your inventory may interfere with spawning Cratrosity.

Behavior[edit | edit source]

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Cratrosity's core is a Golden Crate, which is the only part of the boss which depletes its main health when damaged.

It has 6 phases, advancing 1 phase each time it "dies," with each phase spanning 1/6th of its total hp. When it advances a phase, it restores to full health again, sheds a layer of crates, which turn into Servants of Microtransactions and attack the player. Killing these Servants causes them to drop crates.

During the fight, the player is given a debuff which slows them down significantly if they are carrying any crate in their inventory, which are picked up constantly through the fight, causing the player to constantly remove them from their inventory should they wish to move normally again.

Attacks[edit | edit source]

  • While Hovering
    • Phase 1: Shoots Copper Coins at a slow velocity, aimed directly at the player
    • Phase 2: Shoots Silver Coins at a faster velocity, still aimed at the player
    • Phase 3: "Spins Coins around"
    • Phase 4: Repeatedly shoots 3 Gold Coins successively, aimed at the approximate location of the player in the near future
    • Phases 5/6 do not have any attacks while hovering.
  • While Chasing
    • Phase 1: Shoots Copper Coins aimed at the player
    • Phase 2: Shoots Silver Coins aimed at the player
    • Phase 3: Shoots Gold Coins aimed at the player
    • Phases 4-6: Shoots Shadowflame Coins, which accelerate very rapidly towards the player
  • Flight paths include various patterns of flying off-screen and raining coins from above, or dashing from the side into the player.

Tips[edit | edit source]

  • Weapons with piercing capabilities are highly valuable, as they can penetrate the layers of detacted protective crates and attack the central Golden Crate Core.
  • Be sure to empty your inventory of any coins before the battle starts, as the debuff Money Mismanagement causes you to lose 5 life (Silver 10, Gold 15,Platinum 20) for every coin removed during its duration.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Cratrosity is a joke about Team Fortress 2's Crate Drops