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Traveling Merchant
Traveling Merchant.pngOld-gen console version and Nintendo 3DS version
Map Icon Traveling Merchant.png
Map Icon
Statistics
Type
AI TypePassive AI
Damage10
Max Life250
Defense15
KB Resist50%
Drops
  • Item (Quantity)Rate
  • Peddler's HatPeddler's Hat(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions)
    100%
Projectiles created
  • Bullet
    Bullet
  • Pulse Bolt
    Pulse Bolt
This article is about the NPC that occasionally visits temporarily with a random inventory. For the early game NPC unlocked by having 50 SC or more, see Merchant. For the Underground skeleton-like NPC, see Skeleton Merchant.

A thrift shop? No, I am only selling the highest quality items on the market.

— The Traveling Merchant

The Traveling Merchant is a unique NPC vendor who randomly visits the player's town for one day. His inventory is randomized and different every visit, selling (Old-gen console version) 4–10 (average 5.47; see below for details) different items listed below.

In order for the Traveling Merchant to spawn, at least 2 other NPCs must already be present. The Guide counts as one of these, but the Old Man and Skeleton Merchant(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) do not[1]. He will not spawn during Solar Eclipses, the Goblin Army, Frost Legion, Pirate Invasion, or Martian Madness[2]. He does not require his own house in order to spawn, and will instead spawn next to NPCs, including town pets, spending the day walking around them.

Once the criteria are met, the Traveling Merchant has a 22.12% chance of spawning each day, appearing at a random time between 4:30 AM and 12:00 PM. The chances of him spawning are always the same regardless if the player is sleeping. He leaves the same day at 6:00 PM, but can only do so once he is off-screen. He despawns if the world is vacated any time after he spawns.

(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) If threatened by enemies, the Traveling Merchant will defend himself with a Revolver. Once Hardmode begins, he upgrades to a Pulse Bow.

Items sold

Due to elaborate randomizer functions and dependencies upon several variables, it is nearly impossible to state an exact chance of an item being sold by the Traveling Merchant.[3] However, it is possible to group them in six rarity "slots", ranging from "Common" to "Extraordinarily Rare". Note that these slots do not correspond to the Traveling Merchant's shop inventory slots – all sold items might be from only one slot. They are only meant to provide a rough, comparative estimate of an item's rarity. Each shop slot will roll a 1/n chance for every possible item where n is 100 × the rarity slot. This chance is affected by luck, more specifically the luckiest player currently in the world. When multiple items pass this chance, of the item that was tested, the latest will be the selected.

Within the slots, items higher in the list below have a marginally higher chance of being sold, e.g., the Companion Cube(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) is sold slightly more often than the Water Gun (on average), because it is higher in the list.

(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) The Traveling Merchant always sells exactly one painting, which is always in his last inventory slot.

Common

Inventory – Common items (slot 1/6)
Item Cost Availability

Yuuma, The Blue TigerYuuma, The Blue Tiger(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC
Sunshine of IsraponySunshine of Israpony(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC
Do Not Eat the Vile Mushroom!Do Not Eat the Vile Mushroom!(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC
Parsec PalsParsec Pals(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC
Cheesy Pizza PosterCheesy Pizza Poster(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC
DualityDuality(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC
Benny WarholBenny Warhol(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC
Kargoh's SummonKargoh's Summon(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC
StopwatchStopwatch(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 GC
Lifeform AnalyzerLifeform Analyzer(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 GC
DPS MeterDPS Meter(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 GC
Lawn FlamingoLawn Flamingo(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 GC
Pink Team BlockPink Team Block(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Only selling one color
of Team Blocks at maximum
Pink Team PlatformPink Team Platform(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Always when selling
Pink Team Blocks
Yellow Team BlockYellow Team Block(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Only selling one color
of Team Blocks at maximum
Yellow Team PlatformYellow Team Platform(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Always when selling
Yellow Team Blocks
Green Team BlockGreen Team Block(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Only selling one color
of Team Blocks at maximum
Green Team PlatformGreen Team Platform(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Always when selling
Green Team Blocks
Blue Team BlockBlue Team Block(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Only selling one color
of Team Blocks at maximum
Blue Team PlatformBlue Team Platform(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Always when selling
Blue Team Blocks
Red Team BlockRed Team Block(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Only selling one color
of Team Blocks at maximum
Red Team PlatformRed Team Platform(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Always when selling
Red Team Blocks
White Team BlockWhite Team Block(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Only selling one color
of Team Blocks at maximum
White Team PlatformWhite Team Platform(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC Always when selling
White Team Blocks
Dynasty WoodDynasty Wood(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 50 CC
Red Dynasty ShinglesRed Dynasty Shingles(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 50 CC Always when selling
Dynasty Wood
Blue Dynasty ShinglesBlue Dynasty Shingles(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 50 CC Always when selling
Dynasty Wood
Fancy DishesFancy Dishes(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 20 SC
ChaliceChalice(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 50 SC
Zebra SkinZebra Skin(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 1 GC
Leopard SkinLeopard Skin(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 1 GC
Tiger SkinTiger Skin(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 1 GC
PhoPho(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 75 SC Only on (Old-gen console version)
Pad ThaiPad Thai(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 55 SC Only on (Old-gen console version)
SakeSake(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 5 SC

Uncommon

Inventory – Uncommon items (slot 2/6)
Item Cost Availability

The BereavedThe Bereaved(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC When in a Constant world
The StrongmanThe Strongman(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC When in a Constant world
The FirestarterThe Firestarter(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC When in a Constant world
The Gentleman ScientistThe Gentleman Scientist(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC When in a Constant world
Ultrabright TorchUltrabright Torch(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 3 SC
KatanaKatana(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 10 GC (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
2 SC50 CC (Old-gen console version)
When not in Don't dig up(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) or Get fixed boi(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) worlds
KeybrandKeybrand 10 GC When in Don't dig up(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) or Get fixed boi(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) worlds
PresseratorPresserator(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 10 GC
Portable Cement MixerPortable Cement Mixer(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 10 GC
Paint SprayerPaint Sprayer(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 10 GC
Extendo GripExtendo Grip(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 10 GC
Brick LayerBrick Layer(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 10 GC
Pad ThaiPad Thai(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 55 SC Only on (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)

Rare

Inventory – Rare items (slot 3/6)
Item Cost Availability

The SeasonThe Season(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC After defeating Frost Legion
SnowfellasSnowfellas(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC After defeating Frost Legion
Cursed SaintCursed Saint(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC After defeating Frost Legion
Cold SnapCold Snap(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC After defeating Frost Legion
AcornsAcorns(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 SC After defeating Frost Legion
Moonman & CompanyMoonman & Company(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 3 GC After defeating
Moon Lord
The Truth Is Up ThereThe Truth Is Up There(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC After defeating
Martian Madness
Martia LisaMartia Lisa(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC After defeating
Martian Madness
Castle MarsbergCastle Marsberg(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC After defeating
Martian Madness
Not a Kid, nor a SquidNot a Kid, nor a Squid(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 3 GC After defeating
Moon Lord
Code 2Code 2(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 25 GC After defeating
any mechanical boss
Code 1Code 1(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 GC After defeating
the Eye of Cthulhu
Gray ZapinatorGray Zapinator(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 17 GC During pre-Hardmode
after defeating the Eye of Cthulhu, Eater of Worlds/Brain of Cthulhu,
Queen Bee, or Skeletron
Orange ZapinatorOrange Zapinator(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 GC During Hardmode
Pretty Pink RibbonPretty Pink Ribbon(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 15 GC
Pretty Pink DressPretty Pink Dress(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 20 GC Always when selling
Pretty Pink Ribbon
Pretty Pink StockingsPretty Pink Stockings(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 20 GC Always when selling
Pretty Pink Ribbon
Fake Unicorn HornFake Unicorn Horn(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC
Heart HairpinHeart Hairpin(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC
Star HairpinStar Hairpin(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC
FedoraFedora(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC
Goblorc EarsGoblorc Ears(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC
Vulkelf EarsVulkelf Ears(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC
Panda EarsPanda Ears(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC
Devil HornsDevil Horns(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC
Demon HornsDemon Horns(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC
Raynebro's HoodRaynebro's Hood(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC
Raynebro's HoodieRaynebro's Hoodie(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC Always when selling
Raynebro's Hood
Raynebro's PantsRaynebro's Pants(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC Always when selling
Raynebro's Hood
Star Princess CrownStar Princess Crown(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 GC
Star Princess DressStar Princess Dress(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 50 GC Always when selling
Star Princess Crown
Celestial WandCelestial Wand(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 PC Always when selling
Star Princess Crown
Master Gamer's JacketMaster Gamer's Jacket(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 GC
Master Gamer's PantsMaster Gamer's Pants(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 GC Always when selling
Master Gamer's Jacket
Chef HatChef Hat(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC
Chef UniformChef Uniform(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC Always when selling
Chef Hat
Chef PantsChef Pants(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 2 GC50 SC Always when selling
Chef Hat
GiGi(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 2 GC
Mystic RobeMystic Robe(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 3 GC50 SC (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
2 GC (Old-gen console version)
Magic HatMagic Hat(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 3 GC
FezFez(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 3 GC50 SC
Ammo BoxAmmo Box(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 10 GC Only on (Old-gen console version)
RevolverRevolver(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 10 GC After smashing a
Shadow Orb/Crimson Heart
PhoPho(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 75 SC On (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)

Very Rare

Inventory – Very rare items (slot 4/6)
Item Cost Availability

The BereavedThe Bereaved(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC When not in a Constant world
The StrongmanThe Strongman(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC When not in a Constant world
The FirestarterThe Firestarter(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC When not in a Constant world
The Gentleman ScientistThe Gentleman Scientist(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 GC When not in a Constant world
Bamboo LeafBamboo Leaf(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 PC
Bedazzled NectarBedazzled Nectar(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 PC
Blue Chicken EggBlue Chicken Egg(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 25 GC
Exotic Chew ToyExotic Chew Toy(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 PC
Birdie RattleBirdie Rattle(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 PC
Anti-Portal BlockAnti-Portal Block(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 1 SC During Hardmode
Companion CubeCompanion Cube(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 PC
Sitting Duck's Fishing PoleSitting Duck's Fishing Pole(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 35 GC (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) After defeating Skeletron
(Old-gen console version) At any game progression
Hunter CloakHunter Cloak(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 15 GC
Winter CapeWinter Cape(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 5 GC
Red CapeRed Cape(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 5 GC
Mysterious CapeMysterious Cape(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 5 GC
Crimson CloakCrimson Cloak(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 5 GC
Diamond RingDiamond Ring(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 2 PC
Celestial MagnetCelestial Magnet(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 15 GC Only on (Old-gen console version)
Water GunWater Gun(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 1 GC50 SC
Pulse BowPulse Bow(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 45 GC During Hardmode, after defeating all mechanical bosses (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions)
After defeating Plantera (Old-gen console version)
Yellow CounterweightYellow Counterweight(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 GC

Extremely Rare

Inventory – Extremely rare items (slot 5/6)
Item Cost Availability

Arcane Rune WallArcane Rune Wall(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 2 SC50 CC
KimonoKimono(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 1 GC
Sergeant United ShieldSergeant United Shield(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 35 GC During Hardmode
GatligatorGatligator(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 35 GC During Hardmode
Black CounterweightBlack Counterweight(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) 5 GC

Extraordinarily Rare

Inventory – Extraordinarily rare items (slot 6/6)
Item Cost Availability

Angel HaloAngel Halo(Desktop, Console, Old-gen console and Mobile versions) 40 GC

(Old-gen console version) Number of sold items

The following tables list the chances of the numbers of items sold by the Traveling Merchant.[3] Only "base" items are counted, i.e., Dynasty Shingles and Team Platforms are excluded from this number, since they are always sold together with their "base" items Dynasty Wood or Team Block, respectively.

Number of
"base" items
Chance
4 3255/16384 (19.87%)
5 5127/16384 (31.29%)
6 16327/49152 (33.22%)
7 1103/8192 (13.46%)
8 1003/49152 (2.04%)
9 19/16384 (0.12%)
10 1/49152 (0.002%)

These chances reveal that the average number of sold "base" items is 5.47.

Shimmered form

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Shimmered Traveling Merchant
Traveling Merchant (Shimmered).png Map Icon Traveling Merchant (Shimmered).png
NPC Map icon

When submerged in Shimmer, the Traveling Merchant will transform into his Shimmered form. This has no impact on gameplay or dialogue and is only a visual change. He can be returned to his classic look by submerging him in Shimmer again.

Notes

  • The actual "roll" to spawn the Traveling Merchant is not performed once-per-day like a Goblin Army or how any other events are determined. Instead, the roll is performed every tick[4].
    • For each tick of the first half of each day (4:30 AM – 12:00 PM = 7.5 hours = 27,000 ticks), there is a 1 in 108,000 chance to spawn the Traveling Merchant. Thus, the Traveling Merchant has a: 1-(107999/108000)^27000 = 0.2212001339 ≈ 22.12% chance of arriving each day.
    • This means that if a specific item from the Traveling Merchant is desired, but he arrived without that particular item, and it is before 12:00 PM in-game, he can be killed for a chance of another Traveling Merchant spawning.
  • The Traveling Merchant does not leave during events.
  • The Traveling Merchant can throw a Party.

Tips

  • The Traveling Merchant departs by simply disappearing while off-screen. If the player keeps him on-screen when he would normally depart, he will remain until he is off-screen again. If he is kept on-screen until dawn, he will not depart until he is off-screen after 6:00 PM the following evening. This does not, however, change his inventory.

Names

The Traveling Merchant may have any of the following names:

  • Abraham
  • Aedan
  • Aphraim
  • Bohemas
  • Eladon
  • Gallius
  • Llewellyn
  • Mercer
  • Rawleigh
  • Riley
  • Romeo
  • Shipton
  • Willy

Quotes

    • "Hmm, you look like you could use an Angel Statue! They slice, and dice, and make everything nice!"
    • "I don't refund for "buyer's remorse..." Or for any other reason, really."
    • "Buy now and get free shipping!"
    • "I sell wares from places that might not even exist!"
    • "You want two penny farthings!? Make it one and we have a deal."
    • "Combination hookah and coffee maker! Also makes julienne fries!"
    • "Come and have a look! One pound fish! Very, very good! One pound fish!"
    • "If you're looking for junk, you've come to the wrong place."
    • "A thrift shop? No, I am only selling the highest quality items on the market."

    When Merchant is present:

    • "That <name of Merchant>, he really has no appreciation for a really good deal."

    When Clothier is present:

    • "I sell only what I can get. <name of Clothier> keeps hounding me for exotic clothing."

    When Guide is present:

    • "Meet me behind <name of Guide>'s house in about three hours, I think I have something you will find very appealing."

    During a Party(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions):

    • "Many say that parties give you the richest of memories. So buy something and make this memory rich!"

    During Rain (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions):

    • "Rain or blue skies, I come from afar to serve you! Do you have some coin?"
    • "If my exotic coat shrinks, I will be a tad upset!"

    During a Thunderstorm(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions):

    • "Hurry up and buy!"
    • "Whew! That was close! Brick and mortar sounds like a pretty good investment right now."

    During a Windy Day(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions):

    • "I go where winds take me, but this is ridiculous!"
    • "I would sell you exotic wind socks, but I'm afraid I forgot to stock them!"

    When in a Graveyard(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions):

    • "Whew! Look at my many wares! I totally did NOT take them off the dead buried here, to sell to you."
    • "In my travels, I've never run across anyone living in a dismal place like this! Ah, well, as long as you have coin..."
  • Trivia

    • Many of the things he sells are of Asian origin, often from the Qing dynasty.
      • Many of his wares may be a reference to the East India Company, and to the goods that were brought to Europe during the age of discovery in general.
      • He wears an Asian inspired outfit in his Shimmered form.
    • The name Willy is most likely a reference to the 1949 play Death of a Salesman written by American playwright Arthur Miller, where the main character is Willy Loman, a traveling salesman.
    • His quote "Come and have a look! One pound fish! Very, very good! One pound fish!" is a reference to the Pakistani trader and recording artist Muhammad Shahid Nazir, also known as One Pound Fish Man, who found fame as an internet sensation for his viral video "One Pound Fish".
    • The quote "Combination hookah and coffee maker! Also makes julienne fries!" is a reference to the 1992 American animated musical fantasy film Aladdin.
    • His quote "Hmm, you look like you could use an Angel Statue! They slice, and dice, and make everything nice!" is a reference to the ongoing joke of how Angel Statues are one of the most useless statues in the game; this is also referenced by a quote from the Merchant.
    • (Desktop, Console and Mobile versions) Along with the Cyborg, the Zoologist and the Princess, the Traveling Merchant is one of the only NPCs to sell a new item post-Moon Lord, which is Not a Kid, nor a Squid and Moonman & Company(Desktop, Console and Mobile versions).
    • The BestiaryBestiary entry for the Traveling Merchant: "The flamboyantly-dressed Traveling Merchant travels far and wide to bring unique, cultural wares from time to time."

    See also

    History

    • Desktop 1.4.4:
      • No longer sells the Ammo Box and Celestial Magnet.
      • Now has an extra guaranteed item slot in his inventory in Hardmode. This slot can only contain items from the 4 less common item pools, with the most common items being excluded.
      • Now also has an extra guaranteed item slot in his inventory at all times, which always contains a painting. Paintings have been removed from all of his other inventory slots, which will slightly increase the odds of obtaining the rest of his wares.
      • Pad Thai has been increased from Tier 1 to Tier 2, making it less common; buy price increased from 30 SC to 55 SC.
      • Pho has been increased from Tier 1 to Tier 3, making it less common; buy price increased from 50 SC to 75 SC.
      • Christmas paintings will now be sold any time after Frost Legion has been defeated, rather than only when Christmas season is active.
      • Gray/Orange Zapinator have been reduced from Tier 5 to Tier 3, making them more common.
      • Pulse Bow is now sold after Mechanical Bosses are defeated instead of after Plantera.
    • Desktop 1.2.3.1:
      • The Traveling Merchant can no longer spawn in lava.
      • Fixed bug where Queen/King Statues did not teleport the Stylist and Traveling Merchant, respectively.
    • Console 1.0.933.1: Now sells many new items, including yoyos, accessories, and paintings. (Xbox One)
    • Console 1.0.750.0: Now sells many new items, including yoyos, accessories, and paintings. (PlayStation 4)
    • Console 1.08: Added Capes (Winter, Mysterious, and Red Capes and Crimson Cloak) and Diamond Ring.
    • Console 1.07: Introduced with vendor items up to Desktop 1.2.4.1, except the Angel Halo, Capes, and Diamond Ring.

    References

    1. Information taken from the Desktop version Desktop 1.3.5.3 source code, method UpdateTime() in Terraria.Main.cs. There may be inaccuracies, as the current Desktop version Desktop version is 1.4.4.9.
    2. Information taken from the Desktop version Desktop 1.3.5.3 source code, method SpawnTravelNPC() in Terraria.WorldGen.cs. There may be inaccuracies, as the current Desktop version Desktop version is 1.4.4.9.
    3. 3.0 3.1 Information taken from the Desktop version Desktop 1.4.3.6 source code, method SetupTravelShop() in Terraria.Chest.cs. There may be inaccuracies, as the current Desktop version Desktop version is 1.4.4.9.
    4. A tick is a time unit countable by the software. Most of Terraria's updating logic happens every tick. A tick has the length of 1/60th of a second, hence there are 60 ticks in a second and 3600 ticks in a minute.