Mannequin

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Mannequin
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Auto-use
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Statistics
Type
Placeable✔️ (2 wide × 3 high)
Use time15 (Very fast)
TooltipRight click to customize attire
RarityRarity level: 0
Research1 required
See also: Womannequin

The Mannequin is a decorative furniture item that can be used to display armor and vanity items, (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) as well as accessories and dyes.

On the Desktop version Desktop version, Console version Console version, and Mobile version Mobile version, items can be placed on a Mannequin by pressing the Open / Activate button on it, which opens a small set of inventory-like slots beneath the player's main inventory. There are three slots for helmet, shirt, and pants, and five slots for accessories. In addition, each slot has an associated dye slot underneath it. Placing items in these slots immediately displays them on the Mannequin.

On the Old-gen console version Old-gen console version and Nintendo 3DSNintendo 3DS version version, items can be placed on a Mannequin by pressing the Use / Attack button anywhere on it, which places the item currently held by the player on the Mannequin. If there is already an item in the same slot on the Mannequin, it will be replaced and dropped. Items can also be removed with a pickaxe or drill.

Mannequins can only be removed if no items are placed on them. On Old-gen console version Old-gen console and 3DSNintendo 3DS version, they can always be destroyed by explosives, however.

The Mannequin always displays armor and clothing in their male sprite forms. The Womannequin(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) can be used to display them in their female counterparts.

Crafting

Recipes

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
MannequinMannequinSawmillSawmill

Notes

  • (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) There are always only five accessory slots available, even if the player has consumed a Demon Heart or is in a Master world.
  • (Old-gen console and 3DS versions) If a Fish Bowl is placed on a Mannequin, it appears to have eyes.
  • It is not possible to place Familiar clothes on a Mannequin.
  • Using paint on the top-left corner of the head will color the whole body of the Mannequin. Paint can still be used on any other parts of the mannequin's body, but will have no further visual effect (the body only takes the color assigned to the top-left corner of the head). Having done this, one can still "paint" the other parts of the body with the same color, which still consumes paint buckets. Despite paints only affecting the body, using Illuminant Coating will also illuminate the placed items on a Mannequin. The brightly-lit effect of the paint overlaps with dyes.

Trivia

  • (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) A total of 153 Mannequins (3060 Wood) are needed to display all armor sets (including interchangeable variations) on separate Mannequins.

History

  • Desktop 1.4.0.3: Made optimizations to the Mannequin to decrease performance toll.
  • Desktop 1.4.0.1:
    • Now has its own inventory, similar to that of a Chest.
    • Accessories and dyes can now be used on Mannequins.
    • Internal tile ID changed from 128 to 470.
  • Desktop 1.2.3.1:
    • Fixed an issue where placing an Empty Bucket on a Mannequin would consume it.
    • Fixed workaround delay for placing things on Mannequin starts using the player's items.
  • Desktop 1.2.3: Fixed bug where Mannequins would not draw robe bottoms.
  • Desktop 1.2.1: Adjusted Mannequin layering to draw armors correctly.
  • Desktop 1.2:
    • Stack limit increased from 250 to 999.
    • One now uses a pickaxe to remove armor from a Mannequin.
  • Console 1.07: Inventory sprite updated to match Desktop 1.2.4.1.
  • Console 1.02:
    • Adjusted Mannequin layering to draw armors correctly.
    • Stack limit increased from 250 to 999.
    • One can now use a pickaxe to remove armor from a Mannequin.
  • Mobile 1.2.6508:
    • Adjusted Mannequin layering to draw armors correctly.
    • Stack limit increased from 250 to 999.
    • One can now use a pickaxe to remove armor from a Mannequin.
  • 3DS-Release: Introduced with changes up to Desktop 1.2.