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Topple Lake}}The '''Honey Mushroom''' is one of the many harvestables that can be found int he Frontier. Instead of appearing in clusters, the Honey Mushroom are often seen isolated by itself. It is typically reported to be seen in the areas of the [[Ancient Forest]], [[Greenhorn Grove]], [[The Deep Forest]], and [[Topple Lake]] respectively.
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Topple Lake}}The '''Honey Mushroom''' is one of the many harvestables that can be found in the Frontier. Instead of appearing in clusters, the Honey Mushroom are often seen isolated by itself. It is typically reported to be seen in the areas of the [[Ancient Forest]], [[Greenhorn Grove]], [[The Deep Forest]], and [[Topple Lake]] respectively.
   
 
The Honey Mushroom is described as a beige mushroom with a cap resembling that of a bumblebee's body and a beehive flipped upside-down. It is capable of releasing a sweet smell that attracts insects and other wildlife to it.
 
The Honey Mushroom is described as a beige mushroom with a cap resembling that of a bumblebee's body and a beehive flipped upside-down. It is capable of releasing a sweet smell that attracts insects and other wildlife to it.

Revision as of 16:57, August 6, 2018

Summary

The Honey Mushroom is one of the many harvestables that can be found in the Frontier. Instead of appearing in clusters, the Honey Mushroom are often seen isolated by itself. It is typically reported to be seen in the areas of the Ancient Forest, Greenhorn Grove, The Deep Forest, and Topple Lake respectively.

The Honey Mushroom is described as a beige mushroom with a cap resembling that of a bumblebee's body and a beehive flipped upside-down. It is capable of releasing a sweet smell that attracts insects and other wildlife to it.

Trivia

  • During the Otherworld Update and the 1.10 (Fishing) Update, it remains to be one of the few unaffected harvestables that have not experienced any major changes.
  • The Honey Mushroom is named for its aroma that smells similar to that of honey. It is also possibly named due to its similar resemblance of a bumblebee.
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