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  • Nazar item spriteold Nazar item sprite
Stack digit 1.png
TooltipImmunity to Curse
RarityRarity level: 2
Sell2 GC
Research1 required
Obtained from Obtained from
Classic mode icon.png Classic
Expert mode icon.png Expert
Master mode icon.png Master
Crimson AxeCrimson Axe.gifCrimson Axe11%2%
Cursed HammerCursed Hammer.gifCursed Hammer11%2%
Cursed SkullCursed Skull.gifCursed Skull11%2%
Dragon SkullDragon Skull.gifDragon Skull11%
Enchanted SwordEnchanted Sword (NPC).pngEnchanted Sword11%2%
Giant Cursed SkullGiant Cursed Skull.gifGiant Cursed Skull11%2% (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)

The Nazar is a post-Skeletron immunity accessory that grants the player immunity to the Cursed debuff. It has a 1/100 (1%) / 1/50 (2%) chance to drop from Cursed Skulls, Giant Cursed Skulls ((Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)), Dragon Skulls(Old-gen console and 3DS versions), Cursed Hammers, Crimson Axes, and Enchanted Swords.

It is one of the ingredients of the Countercurse Mantra, which is a crafting material required to make the Ankh Charm, an accessory which can be further crafted into the Ankh Shield.



ResultIngredientsCrafting station
NazarNazarShimmerShimmer Transmutation(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)

Used in

ResultIngredientsCrafting station
MegaphoneMegaphoneShimmerShimmer Transmutation(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
Countercurse MantraCountercurse MantraTinkerer's WorkshopTinkerer's Workshop


  • It is one of the (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) six / (Old-gen console and 3DS versions) four components of the Ankh Shield that can be obtained in pre-Hardmode, the others being the Obsidian Skull, Cobalt Shield, Bezoar, (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) Adhesive Bandage, and (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) Megaphone.
  • A nazar is an eye-shaped charm commonly found in the Middle East meant to ward away a superstitious curse called the Evil eye, believed to be cast by a malevolent, envious, or admiring gaze (depending on the culture), causing misfortune or injury (usually unintentionally) to the afflicted. The word nazar is derived from the Arabic نظر meaning sight or seeing; in this case it means glare.


  • Desktop 1.4.4: Can now be converted into a Megaphone and back via Shimmer.