Terraria Class Builds

Armors

Terraria is a adventure and boss fighting game. It relies heavily on strategy and skill when fighting bosses. You need to constantly be upgrading your weapons and armor. Here are some armor sets that can help you progress through the game. These are based on base defense and the set bonus of the armor.

The game's title

Melee Class

For Melee Class you are going to have to have to be up close to the enemy.

Post Moon Lord

Full solar armor
  1. Full solar armor

Pre Moon Lord

  1. Full beetle armor (scailmale chest plate)
  2. Full turtle armor (melee helmet)
  3. Full chlorophyte armor (melee helmet)

Pre Mechanical

  1. Full titanium armor (melee helmet)
  2. Full adamantite armor (melee helmet)
  3. Full mythril armor (melee helmet)

Mage Class

For Mage Class you are going to be kind of far, but not to far from the enemy

Full nebula armor

Post Moon Lord

  1. Full Nebula armor

Pre Moon Lord

  1. Full specture armor
  2. Full titanium armor (mage helmet)
  3. Full adamantite armor (mage helmet)

Pre Mechanical

  1. Full titanium armor (mage helmet)
  2. Full adamantite armor (mage helmet)
  3. Full mythril armor (mage helmet)

Ranger Class

For Ranger Class you want to be kinda far away from the enemy

Full vortex armor

Post Moon Lord

  1. Full vortex

Pre Moon Lord

  1. Full shroomite (range helmet)
  2. Full chlorophyte (range helmet)
  3. Full titanium (range helmet)

Pre Mechanical

  1. Full titanium armor (range helmet)
  2. Full adamantite armor (range helmet)
  3. Full mythril armor (range helmet)

Summoner Class

For summoner class you want to be pretty far from the enemy

Full stardust armor

Post Moon Lord

  1. Full stardust armor

Pre Moon Lord

Pre Mechanical

  1. Full spooky armor
  2. Full tiki armor
  3. Full forbid
  1. Full forbidden armor
  2. Full spider armor

This relates to engineering because someone had to program the game, and build a computer to program, and have servers to run the game on.