Celebration Mk2

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Celebration Mk2
  • Celebration Mk2 item sprite
Stack digit 1.png
Uses ammoRockets
Damage50 (Ranged)
Knockback10 (Extremely strong)
Critical chance4%
Use time6 (Insanely fast)
Tooltip50% chance to save ammo
'All good things end with a bang... or many!'
RarityRarity level: 10
Sell10 GC
Research1 required
Projectiles created
  • Celebration Mk2
    Celebration Mk2
  • Celebration Mk2
    Celebration Mk2
  • Celebration Mk2 (explosive)
    Celebration Mk2 (explosive)
  • Celebration Mk2 (large)
    Celebration Mk2 (large)
  • Celebration Mk2 (large explosive)
    Celebration Mk2 (large explosive)
  • Internal Item ID: 3930 (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
  • Internal Projectile ID: 714, 715, 716, 717, 718
Obtained from Obtained from Obtained from
Classic mode icon.png Classic
Expert mode icon.png Expert
Master mode icon.png Master
Moon Lord(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)Moon Lord's Head.gifMoon Lord(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)122.2%
Treasure Bag
(Moon Lord)
Treasure Bag (Moon Lord)Treasure Bag
(Moon Lord)
(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
For the secret world seed, see Celebrationmk10.
A demonstration of the Celebration Mk2 against Target Dummies.

The Celebration Mk2 is a Hardmode, post-Moon Lord launcher that is an upgraded version of the Celebration. Upon use, it fires one of seven different special rocket types, regardless of the type of ammunition used. While it retains the destructive properties of its ammunition, it cannot place or delete liquids with liquid rockets. The Celebration Mk2 has a 2/9 (22.22%) chance of being dropped from the Moon Lord. The Celebration Mk2 also has a 1/2 (50%) chance to not consume ammo.

Its best modifier is Unreal.


  • The seven different rocket types are distinguished by color. Although their damage, critical strike chance, and knockback is identical, they behave differently:
    • The red rocket pierces enemies that are not at point-blank range, and explodes when hitting a block. Red rockets intermittently emit small explosions, but they are purely visual and do not affect the rocket's hitbox.
    • The orange rocket flies in an arc that is affected by the relative position of the cursor vertically and has an area-of-effect damaging hitbox along the ground in the form of a shockwave upon impact. The orange rocket also increases in size as it flies.
    • The yellow rocket travels in a straight line (visually zig-zagging) until it begins to taper off due to gravity.
    • The green rocket homes into enemies similarly to Chlorophyte Bullets.
    • Two blue rockets are fired at once, in a helical pattern, and travel in a straight line.
    • Three purple rockets are fired at once, in a shotgun-spread pattern.
    • The pink rocket appears to have no special behavior.
  • All rocket types are affected by gravity to varying extents, unlike the Celebration's projectiles.
  • When the Use / Attack button is pressed, the type of rocket that is fired is determined randomly. When it is held down, however, the rockets are fixed to cycle through the colors of the rainbow: Red → Orange → Yellow → Green → Blue → Purple → Pink → Red.


  • Because of its fast use time, it is also an incredible excavating weapon, capable of mining large areas out extremely quickly with Rocket II, Rocket IV, or Mini Nuke II – upwards of a thousand blocks every 5–8 seconds depending on ammo. Though it is faster at digging than traditional tools, it suffers greatly in accuracy when compared to the Shroomite Digging Claw, the Drill Containment Unit, or even a less powerful launcher such as the Snowman Cannon.
  • The erratic rockets in conjunction with the quick fire rate make the Celebration Mk2 excellent at clearing waves of ground enemies (such as in the Solar Eclipse or Pumpkin Moon).
    • It can take down mini-bosses such as the Ice Queen in seconds.


  • The Celebration Mk2 was first teased on March 22, 2018, in celebration of Yoraiz0r's birthday.[1]
  • It can be considered a pseudo-upgrade of the Snowman Cannon and Stynger.
  • Despite being the formal successor to the Celebration, the Celebration Mk2 is generally less effective against distant enemies.
  • The Celebration used to be dropped by the Moon Lord, but was replaced by the Celebration Mk2 due to its strength not being on-par with other post-Moon Lord weapons.



  • Desktop 1.4.4:
    • Damage increased from 40 to 50.
    • Fixed a bug that caused red missiles to rapidly hit every frame, doing more damage than expected.