The Turtle Armor is one of the best Hardmode armor sets in Terraria. It provides both offensive and defensive buffs to the players. In particular, the Turtle Armor increases the melee damage by 14%, melee critical strike chance by 12%, it reduces 15% of incoming damage and helps in aggroing the boss.

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How to Get Turtle Armor

In Terraria, players can craft the Turtle Armor using Mythril or Orichalcum Anvil and a few materials that you can find below.

  • Turtle Helmet
    • Chlorophyte Bar X 12
    • Turtle Shell
  • Turtle Leggings
    • Chlorophyte Bar X 18
    • Turtle Shell
  • Turtle Scale Mail
    • Chlorophyte Bar X 24
    • Turtle Shell

Once you have the required materials, go to a Mythril or Orichalcum Anvil and craft the entire set of Turtle Armor, or any particular piece, the choice is yours.

Where to Get Chlorophyte Bar

Players can craft the Chlorophyte Bar using Chlorophyte Ores and an Adamantite or Titanium Forge. So where to find Chlorophyte Ores in Terraria?.

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You can find Chlorophyte Ores in the Underground Jungle area, once you have defeated the three Mechanical bosses, whose names you can find below.

  • The Destroyer
  • The Twins
  • Skeletron Prime

Where to Get Turtle Shell

Turtle Shell is a drop item that players can get from Giant Tortoise found in the Jungle or Underground Jungle area.

That’s all for now. While you are here, read our guide on every Grappling Hook in this game.

Terraria is an action-adventure sandbox game currently available on PS4, Xbox, Android, PC, iOS, and Nintendo Switch platforms.

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