This article will compile the list of various bugs, glitches, and issues found in the game, Fantastic Frontier. These mishaps, common or not, significant or insignificant, will gradually be on this list as we, the wiki staff, edit it. As well as the game, this page is still under construction. Please list down bugs that you have found, and images would be helpful. These glitches may or may not fixed in the future.
List of Known Bugs/Glitches
A list that compiles the bugs, glitches, and issues that completely destroys some of the features, mechanics, and/or aspects of the game, Fantastic Frontier, and ultimately makes the game and/or features dysfunctional. These are considered to be very severe and should be one of the top priorities that need to be fixed by the developers.
Not all of the bugs, glitches, and/or issues are game-breaking, they just meet the criteria to be deemed as a game-breaking bug.
|Apocalyptic||Upon joining a server, most of the rocks and trees that are scattered throughout the Frontier are invisible, turning the Frontier into a place of 'leaf clouds', invisible wall nuisances, and lifeless lands.||Patched|
|Flying to the Heavens||Mobs, creatures, and bosses tend to glitch out of the map due to the terrains and will never spawn on the server again. Mobs may also begin to rapidly spazz out into random locations, colliding against nearby players (Mushroom Head).||Patched|
|Loading...||Upon joining a server, the players may get stuck on the Loading... screen as the game tries to load-in data.|
|Returning to the Frontier...or Not?||After completing the Otherworld Tower and finally killing Mr.58, the final boss of the dungeon instance, players will be stuck on the "Returning to the Frontier..." screen. Similar to the "Loading..." bug.|
|Start Over!||Upon joining a server, the player may start off with a fresh inventory/equipment and/or fresh appearances.
Occurs while joining the server or joining the Otherworld Tower dungeon instance.
|Unstable Connection||A player can be kicked from the servers with the message 'Kicked from server: Unstable connection detected.'. This is not necessarily a problem with bad servers, but when kicked from servers that are fine, it may become a nuisance.|
A list that compiles the bugs, glitches, and issues that occurs both in Fantastic Frontier and other games in the ROBLOX platform. These bugs, glitches, and/or issues were mainly caused by ROBLOX Updates, resulting in some of Fantastic Frontier's features, aspects, and mechanics, as well as other games, to have dysfunctional features.
|Bad Request||Players are unable to join any games across the Roblox platform due to an unexpected issue that occurred on July 17, 2018. Players would receive "Bad Request" and other errors.||Patched|
|Catapult Melee||While hitting mobs with a melee weapon, the players may be flung up into the air due to ROBLOX physics.|
|Connection Error||Joining private/public servers in Fantastic Frontier and outside of the game will result in a connection error.|
|Dysfunctional Equipment||All weapons, tools, and equipment will become dysfunctional and will not function properly, preventing the players from using it again.
This bug had also occurred in many other games with a toolbar, such as Swordburst, Tales from the Valley, and so forth.
|Extremely Hardcore Lag||An update that ROBLOX had changed on the platform causes the servers to lag out, resulting in players reaching very 'unholy' pings, very laggy game-play, and so forth.|
|Guest I Restart||An update that Roblox had changed/added/removed on the platform causes some players to have their data restarted into a guest account, whether or not they are actually logged into their account in the website.||Patched|
|Manual Clicks||Equipping and unequipping tools will result in the gear/equipment "poofing out of existence"||Patched|
|Mouse Cursor's Stuck||On October 29, 2018, a Roblox update broke the mouse cursor in Fantastic Frontier, making it difficult for players to do anything.||Patched|
A list that compiles the bugs, glitches, and issues that were once foreseen as legitimate issues, glitches, and bugs, however, other details contradicts or disproven the issue report, causing the bug report to become 'falsified' information.
Some bug reports listed in the table below aren't necessarily falsified. For example, the issue "Foreign Visitors" was initially a legitimate bug report as before the Otherworld Update, mobs found outside of their native zones aren't normal by any means. After the introduction of the Otherworld Update, this was later revisited where mobs can now be found in a variety of map areas due to the monster hunting system implemented during the update.
|Blame the Spider!||The majority of the lag in a server may be from the Corrupted Wizard spawning constantly, and killing it will stop the constant unneeded respawns and free the server from lag temporarily.
However, this was proven wrong as there are other things that cause lag, such as the number of players, the large number of humanoids in the workspace, and so forth.
|Foreign Visitors||Enemies are sometimes flung out of their native domains, resulting in the mob appearing in places they are not native to.
A famous example is the Magma Knight appearing in Celestial Field. After the introduction of the Otherworld Update, the developers made it possible for the Magma Knights to now spawn in Celestial Field and other places they were supposedly flung to.
|Unsafe Sanctuaries||Enemies can spawn inside safe zones, such as a town or a refuge where they should not normally spawn at.
This is considered to be disproven and enemies can supposedly be found in towns, sanctuaries, and refuge as of the Otherworld Update.
A list that compiles the bugs, glitches, and issues that may hinder the player's gameplay and at most, may cause the player to die without justification or a reasonable way of dying. These are considered to be somewhat severe and may or may not fixed in later patches and/or updates.
There are three levels for any issues categorized under Mediocre Bugs:
- Level 1 - The bug, glitch, and/or issue causes little irritation and/or annoyance and on most occasions, does not affect the players in a significant way.
- Level 2 - The bug, glitch, and/or issue causes repeated irritation and/or annoyance and on most occasions, causes the players to be outraged, confused, and/or upset.
- Level 3 - The bug, glitch, and/or issue causes dangerous irritation and/or annoyance and on most occasions, affects both the players and game heavily.
|Air For Sale||Vendors (specifically Rising Waters in the Nightmare) will see nothing/air for 0 gold.|
|Arbe, Why?||In late 1.10 (Fishing) Update, Arbewhy sometimes glitches, mis-positioning itself on the left and/or right side and/or is tilted.||Patched|
|Bigger Drought||Nearly identical to the Drought issue (Mediocre/Level 1), except it is only affecting the oceans. Players can still fish in it nonetheless.|
|Bright Lights||Light sources may not turn off properly as soon as the game is in daytime mode, causing some areas to be brightly lit up for a short period of time.|
|Coordinating Corals||The Coral Giant can be found in The Town of Right and Wrong if it is flung, harassing poorly-equipped players that wander by.|
|Decapitated Gargoyle||The Gargoyle's upper half and lower half will appear in different places for odd reasons.|
|Deceiving Wizard||The Kind Wizard and the Greedy Wizard may not switch sides properly, resulting in both of them combining into one conglomerate-like entity.|
|Discarding Tent||The tent in Ancient Forest sometimes have some of its part broken off from the tent or come off.||Patched|
|Discarding Tent - The Sequel||The tent in Blackrock Mountain sometimes have some of its part broken off from the tent or come off.|
|Drought||Rivers will not render properly, giving it the appearance of a drought, although players can still swim.|
|Dysfunctional Anvil||The anvil in The Town of Right and Wrong is non-interactable, preventing players from using it.||Patched|
|Float & Sit||Similar to the 'Sitting in Odd Positions' issue (Mediocre/Level 1), Float & Sit is where the NPCs are the ones sitting in odd positions (in mid-air, in walls, etc.)|
|Floating Harvestables||Harvestables will float in mid-air or found in places that are not the ground.
For example, a Nightmare Mushroom floating in mid-air or a cluster of Glow Mushroom and/or Sandy Corals floating off the edges of its terrains.
|Floating Ores||Ores may not have their rocks loaded in properly, giving its appearance of the ores floating in mid-air.
On very, very rare occasions, players with poor-performing devices may experience a distorted view of the game before being disconnected, shutdown, stuck with a frozen screen, and/or computer restarting by itself entirely.
|Floating Ratboy||Upon equipping the Ratboy Morph Ring with the Spider Stilts equipped, players appear to be floating in mid-air.||Patched|
|Following Turret||If the player leaves while the main boss is summoning a Weeping Turret into battle, the turret will travel with the players to other floors if left unkilled.|
|Frog's Out of Reach||The Grateful Frog is found in places with no visible objects that enable the cage to remain attached. Most reports typically reported that the Grateful Frog can be found in The Pits floating in mid-air.|
|Immortal Player||Players can still live and move around even after their health bar is depleted.|
|Invisible Brick||Invisible bricks can be found in random places, such as one being located near the statue in Topple Town.|
|Invisible Pop-Up||A large portion of the pop-up screen while shopping for items appears in a transparent manner.|
|It's Raining Meteors!||No details were given at the time it was reported, other than that it depicts multiple meteor showers resulted by a person using the Firesoul Spellbook excessively, somehow.|
|Noclipped||Some meshes, objects, and infrastructures enable players to pass through them, despite being solid objects.
Famous example includes the gate entrance at The Quiet Field's tower, buildings at Abandoned Orchard, and stairways to inaccessible buildings in the sanctuaries of the Frontier.
|Non-Degradable Corpses||Mobs such as the Mushroom Head will still have their remains unable to despawn, appearing as a pile of leftover remains.|
|NPCs' Falling Apart||NPCs that tend to move around or teleports to a different spot may have limbs and/or parts of its body stripped off. This will also include traveling map areas, such as the Rabbit Hole.
Famous examples include but not limited to Vhitmir-Dead, Un-Linkman, Strangeman, etc.
|Odd Fishing Spots||While fishing, the players may end up having their fishing bobber being relocated outside of the waters, giving the appearance of the bobber bobbing in mid-air, rocks, trees, and other objects.|
|Oh Dear||The Deer are found in places where they remain stuck in one place, walking endlessly in mid-air, or walking into the invisible barriers of the oceans.|
|Ratboy Hates Light||While equipping the Ratboy Morph Ring in an attempt to morph into Ratboy, any sight range-based equipment's light effects will be removed, although the player still retains their ability to see at longer distances.|
|Reaper's Harvest||Spamming [E] on a harvestable may display the message "You are dead!". Fortunately, the players will not be killed.|
|Shedding Parts||Mobs such as the Otherworldly Knight or the Coral Giant will have some of its parts detach from its body, falling through the ground as if the mob was shedding 'skin'.|
|Sitting in Odd Positions||While sitting on chairs, benches, and so forth, players are placed in sitting positions that are odd. For example, sitting in mid-air, sitting on the ground, etc.|
|Sitting NPCs||NPCs will sometimes run into chairs and/or sittable objects. To get straight to the point, they are stuck on the chair and/or sittable object.
In a different case, NPCs may be mispositioned and/or fallen off from their seats.
|Talking Sign Post||Upon chatting a previous NPC in the past, interacting with the signpost may cause it to display text as if they were talking. For example, if the player interacted with Slayer before interacting with the Sign Post, it is possible that the Sign Post will quote one of the Slayer's dialogues.|
|Teleporting Into a Bridge||Upon teleporting to Topple Town, the player may be misplaced into a bridge, simply forcing the players to re-join in order to be resolved.|
|Thunderstorm||No details were given at the time it was reported, other than that it depicts multiple lightning strikes resulted by a person using the Greater Storms Spellbook excessively, somehow.|
|Upside-Down Birds||Birds spawn in an upside-down position as if they were in an alternate universe where the Frontier is the polar opposite of the Frontier that the players explore on.|
|Upside-Down Players||Players are positioned to be flipped upside-down while exiting doors.|
|Walkfishing||While fishing, the player's legs will begin to move while the player is attempting to reel in a fish.|
|Wrong Animation!||While swinging pickaxes, using spellbooks, or casting with a fishing rod and then switch it while its effects and animation is ongoing, the animation will go into a "frozen phase" where the player is stuck with the animation to the point where they look like they are mining ores with swords or swinging their mushroom parasol as if it were a spellbook.|
|Activating My Trap Card||Slayer's task cards will be stuck on-screen if the player were to leave while Slayer is still talking.|
|Amputated||While fighting against mobs, players may lose their limbs and certain pieces/strips are missing. Cause of it is unclear.|
|Banishment||While interacting with NPCs, players may become invisible or in a more dramatic way, banished from the game.|
|Blinding Light||When a player joins the Otherworld Tower dungeon with 3 or more people, their screens will not load and is stuck with a white screen, forcing them to re-join.|
|Building's Void Trap||Upon entering buildings such as Slayer's house or the Celestial Field's tower, players would fall into the void, being teleported repeatedly in one random spot around the void before being kicked out of the game due to unstable connection.
Outside of buildings, this can also occur upon entering the Strangeman's Domain or the Rabbit Hole as well.
|Captain's Request||Leaving Captain Finnegan's dialogue while it is still loading out its words would result in the player's dialogue box being stuck in the screen with the options of taking flight to different sanctuaries.|
|Closed Booth||The Enlightened Croc Waiter will glitch if a player left during the booth queue, preventing other players from using the booth.|
|Clustered Tools||While viewing the inventory, the toolbar may have the player's tools and/or equipment clustered together. This can be caused while resizing the screen.|
|Crossdagger||While equipping a crossbow or a dagger and walk through a door, the players will glitch into the ground and die.|
|Dagger Dash||Ore-based daggers are unable to dash properly and may get stuck on the player if they spam-click.|
|Dangling Fisherman||When fishing in the waters, or while your rod line hits the terrain, you may glitch out high into the air, and occasionally, flung to the void, dying, or unable to return back to the map due to invisible walls outside of the exploration's limits.|
|Firefly Fly Away!||It is possible to see a Firefly in mid-air while the player is flung out of the map. Sometimes, Fireflies may spawn in mid-air where little players have access to.|
|Floating Player||The players, for some odd reasons, would get stuck in mid-air. Possible causes of this bug are certain equipment being equipped on a lagging or slow-performing server.|
|Fountain Break||While fishing in the waters of the fountain, the fishing rod's mechanics will break, preventing the players from fishing in the waters of the fountain again until they re-join a different server.||Patched|
|Frozen Weapon Menu||Upon attacking something with a weapon while also opening the menu, the players may be stuck with the menu pop-up screen due to shift lock and may never be able to close the pop-up screen.|
|Funky Driftler||When using the Funky Driftlander left-click attack the players might get stuck in the dashing speed and direction, even if they had released the mouse.
It does not matter whether or not the players equip another tool or weapon, they will still be in that exact direction and speed until they die or rejoin. In addition, if the players are using the Mushroom Parasol strangely, they can still move slightly with it when bugged, but if the players decided to jump, they will lose their control and will have to wait until they are on land again.
|Glitch.exe||If a player glitches out too much, their characters will become distorted and sometimes, the game itself.|
|Gorbacabbage Can't See||While one player can see a group of Gorbacabbage, other players are unable to see it.|
|Immortal Being||Mobs like the Apple Bat continues to live even after they were killed, thus making them immortal and impossible to eliminate. They are still able to attack and move even after they supposedly died.
On some occasions, the mob would die, but its health bar remains intact, preventing the players from progressing during the dungeon session. One mob that can be bugged due to it is Totality Jack.
|Invisible Drop||Upon dropping something on the ground from the inventory, the drop will not appear or is unaffected by the mechanic, causing them to still be attached to the inventory.
Another case is where the collectibles/items remain invisible and/or aren't loaded in properly.
|Kill Yourself!||The PVP modifications in Frigid Waste (PvP) will make the player susceptible to all player's damage, including their own damage, being deemed as the "Kill Yourself" bug since players are able to injure themselves with specific abilities, like the Meteor Blast.|
|Negative Gold||Players could acquire negative-quantity items. It is possibly caused when a player sells a huge stack of negative quantity items.||Patched|
|No Lamp||While being teleported to the Power Lamp Surgery scenario, the scenario will not play/be created for the players. This results in the players not being able to acquire a Power Lamp in order to complete an entry in their Itempedias of the Nightmare.|
|Off-Trend||Vendors introduced during the Otherworld Update will sell two or more of the same identical items.|
|Ore Wall||Considered to be one of the oldest bugs/glitches in-game that have not been fixed as of the 1.10 (Fishing) Update, The Quiet Field's tower's ore wall will not regenerate/spawn in any ores on its walls located in the basement.|
|Parasailing to the Skies||The Mushroom Parasol can send the players into the skies and fling them out of the map into the stratosphere randomly. The players have a 50/50 chance of surviving or dying depending on where they were supposedly flung.|
|R Cooldown||While using an item's special ability (by pressing the letter R), then unequipping it before the cooldown is initiated, the cooldown will only start once the item is re-equipped.|
|Realtor Scammers||Similar to the Spirit Scammers bug, interacting with Realtor Reynold with enough gold to purchase a home will result in Realtor Reynold stating that the player doesn't have 'enough' gold and takes away their gold, forcing them to grind again.|
|Really Painful Amputation||The player's legs will be bent/merge into the player's upper torso and head.|
|Secured Door||If the player is lagging and is repeatedly getting out or entering a building, it may glitch the player's ability to use the door, preventing them from accessing the particular building.|
|Selling Nuisances||While selling loot from the inventory, the item will not be sold until it is clicked again and resold. It also affects all of the other future loots until the player leaves the server.|
|Silent Dark Room||The players will spawn in a pitch-black room outside of the map upon joining a server. This also occurs upon entering the entrance of the Otherworld Tower dungeon.|
|Spirit Scammers||When purchasing the 100 health upgrade, particularly the Spirit of the Forest or the Spirit of the Ocean while having around 200,000 gold, players may accidentally talk to the spirit again, wasting another additional 100,000 gold leaving the players with a reduced amount of gold and paying the spirits twice.||Patched|
|Stilt's Fault||Upon entering The Spider's Nest, while wearing the Spider Stilts, may cause the terrain to interfere with the mechanics of the stilts, resulting in the player being spazzed up and down while flashes of black backgrounds flashing rapidly on their screens. This leaves the player immobile until they reset or rejoin.|
|Telescope Vision||After using the telescope of either The Town of Right and Wrong's telescope or the Gnome Magic School's telescope, the player's screen may still be stuck in the telescope vision, obscuring most of the player's vision from being able to play, forcing them to rejoin.|
|The Equipment Curse||An old bug that has been experienced by many people after the release of Fantastic Frontier, it mainly prevents the player from equipping anything in their inventories, both in the hot-bar and backpack.||Patched|
|The Town of Right and Wrong's Parts||Huge chunks that are part of The Town of Right and Wrong tends to glitch out of the ground, becoming huge walls and debris that blocks players from accessing different parts of the sanctuary.||Patched|
|Toolin' Around||If a player joins a slow server, their tools and/or weapons may not work upon equipping and using it. It may simply display on their characters without the animation and cannot interact with it, thus forcing the players to join another server.|
|Trapped!||Players can be trapped or stuck in several areas of the Frontier including but not limited to the holes in the Pit Depths, the rocks bordering against the elevated terrain of The Deep Forest, and so forth.|
|Triggered Fingers||While equipping a selected item such as the Darktoad Spellbook, the game sometimes causes the players to switch between random weapons, tools, or equipment in the toolbar, randomly unequipping and equipping random tools.|
|Underground||Upon joining a server while the map is still loading, players may fall out of the map and die or get stuck in the terrains underneath sanctuaries and map areas, especially places like Topple Town. This usually occurs when the map is still rendering and loading out all of the terrains that were intended to prevent the server from lagging.|
|Un-Healthy||In older servers, the player's health pool would not update to the new 200 base HP, leaving the player's overall health to be decreased by 100 HP.||Patched|
|Unloaded Player's Data||Players are unable to see text on both health and stamina bars, compass, Itempedia, and their inventories. Also does not show the players if they can interact with the subject, but can still talk to the NPC nonetheless. Player's options will not display.|
|Wizard Ain't Drifters||While wearing Red Wizard or the Blue Wizard set in either vanity or equipment, the Funky Driftlander is unable to work, as well as using a parasol and wings afterward.|
|You Cannot Proceed||Entering the Otherworld Tower dungeon with a party member could result in the player(s) being stuck in one screen and position, preventing them to proceed. This results in the players being forced to re-join/re-enter the dungeon instance.
This may be caused when the camera is broken.
|Automatic Death||Upon joining the game, pressing the Play button, and/or launching the game, players will hear the "death noise". This typically results in the players dying before they are able to view the Frontier. Any items in their inventories before they joined will be removed.||Patched|
|Endless Chasms of Wasted Time||While progressing through the Otherworld Tower dungeon, especially on floors like Floor 21, monsters can be stuck on the outer rock ledges that stick out in the endless chasms (death pit) of the tower, preventing players from progressing.|
|Fishing Doesn't Feel So Good||While fishing, players may be flung up into the air before falling endlessly into the emptinesses/voids without being kicked for disconnection. This results in the character's appearance to fall apart.|
|One-Touch Mob||Parodied nickname of the One Punch Man show, touching the mob will cause the players to be flung out of the map and either die or disconnect from the server.
Reports typically include the following mobs but not limited to:
Teakettle Tony, Mushroom Head, Whisperer, Inspector, etc.
|Tony's Backflip||Teakettle Tony may be bugged, doing a 'backflip', or escaping the dungeon's floor, forcing the players to re-join the dungeon session in order to continue.||Patched|
|Wall Glitch||Invisible walls tend to glitch in parts with complex unions. Varies largely depending on how severe it is.|
A list that compiles bugs, glitches, and issues that are usually manipulated and/or abused in the game of Fantastic Frontier and is not intended by the game developers. They are usually associated or caused by the server's lag and are sometimes resolved in some occasions but may be reverted back to be abused or manipulated again.
Abusive bugs and glitches will include anything that benefits the players in any forms, shapes, or ways that can exploit some of the game's aspects and features, ruining the main focus or concept of the game. Not all of the listed bugs, glitches, and issues are abused heavily, they just meet the following criteria that can cause them to be deemed as one. For example, being able to double-cast spells makes it easier for players to eliminate mobs at a quicker pace, even after the special ability is in its cooldown.
|Double Cast Spells||"Cast a spell, put it away, and cast it again."
Spamming R to activate the weapon's special ability, quickly unequipping it, and either equip it again or equip another weapon to use the other spells and/or special abilities.
|Frail to Riches||In the Otherworld Update, the Frail Wooden Sword was sold at a selling price of 3,000 and was constantly farmed by players since the price was 5 gold, allowing this to become a temporary viable method to acquire gold before it was patched.||Patched|
|Mob Lagfest||If the server is laggy (or perhaps, not lagging at all), mobs such as the Ancient Golden Knight will appear more than once, probably due to a script error.||Patched|
|Ocean Platycricket's Infestation||The Black Tower Well in Celestial Field's tower home is infested with Ocean Platycricket, making it a temporary source of gold.||Patched|
|One Rod, Two Fishes||Fishing in the waters with multiple lines; getting two fishing rods of different types, cast one, unequipping, then cast the other fishing rod. This results in the players being able to fish more than once at the same time where they are able to catch two fish of the same type when the player equipped the rods again and start fishing afterward.||Patched|
|Tripping Parasol||Players are able to drop their Mushroom Parasols in an attempt to annoy and ruin other people's experiences in Fantastic Frontier. The only benefit they get is satisfactory of ruining other people's experiences. In other words, being a jerk to others.||Patched|
|Bugs (Not Patched/No Info)|
|Dagger's Negative Stamina||Players are able to go beyond the stamina limit's bar, entering the 'negative' limit zone. Holding the Shift key with negative stamina will result in the players to sprint continuously until the Shift key isn't activated.|
|Duplicative Items||While venturing through the Frontier and harvesting harvestable and/or slaying mobs, it may result in the duplication of items. Instead of harvesting one harvestable, it can range up to 3 or kill an Inspector, and it would flood the player's inventory with 20 Rich Man's Delight. This could be used where players can manipulate the issue to acquire large amounts of gold.
Cause of it remains unclear, although the blame shifts to lag.
|Fishy Gifts||While using the Infinite Sight glitch, players are able to detect an Otherworld Present easily and if it's near the waters, players are expected to fish and open the present at the same time to get double rewards.|
|Freeze!||The Pygmy Dragon, formerly known as the Chromatic Dragon, will freeze in one position after firing its beam attack, allowing the players to kill the mob while it is frozen.|
|Gorilla Glued||Mobs tends to get stuck in barriers, objects, and/or props. Typically happens in the Otherworld Tower dungeon.|
|Infinite Sight||Players as of the 1.10 (Fishing) Update find ways to abuse the game mechanics in order to remove the fog, resulting in its disappearance and the players being able to see the map without the fog effect.
One way is by using the home teleportation button in the Strangeman's Domain. Another way is using the home teleportation button in Rabbit Hole.
|Invisibility||Interacting with the Strangeman's Portal while doing something else at the same time will result in the players becoming invisible.|
|Levitation||Equipping the Ratboy Morph Ring and the Spider Stilts will simultaneously allow the players to float in mid-air or hover above the ground. It mainly occurs in The Spider's Nest, as well as in the Otherworld Tower dungeon.
This can also be done by having the Spider Stilts hidden in vanity, while still morphed as a Ratboy.
|Lucked Out||Players with certain items in their inventory (unequipped/unusable) could still have their items in the inventory after dying, despite being programmed to disappear upon death.|
|Rabbit's Ceiling||Players are able to stand on the ceiling, enabling them to shoot at or cast their spells onto the Parasite, being able to avoid its melee attacks. However, they are prone to the Parasite's ranged/magic attacks and will still be hurt nonetheless.|
|Rapid Firerate||Equipping other weapons rapidly increases the fire rate of magic weapons, and potentially, other weapons as well, enabling the players to continuously shoot at enemies at a quick pace that is not intended by the developers.|
|Robobeam||The Robo-Hopper's beam isn't placed correctly, being located above the head of the player, leaving the player with no scratches whatsoever.|
|Running Fisher||Players sometimes have the ability to run around while they are fishing, being able to move away from hostile mobs without having to interrupt their cast.|
|Stanfish Market||The Stanfish can be purchased from Arbewhy at a price of 8 gold as of the 1.10 (Fishing) Update, enabling some players to farm the Stanfish by purchasing it repeatedly from Arbewhy since the selling price of the Stanfish is 100 gold.|
|Ultra Booth Service||While using Ultrablade's special ability and using The Deli's booth at the same time, players can use weapons and open their inventories. They can also press the home teleportation button and do other things until the service is complete.|
A list that compiles typos, unusual dialogues, misspelled words, grammatical errors, floating objects, baffling appearances, and rushed content. They are considered to be obscure, and as such, may not be the first thing fixed in updates. They are also considered to be minor and require little to no effort to fix.
|6/29/2018's Description||Twitter is misspelled as 'Tiwtter' and 'official' was misspelled as 'offical'||Fixed|
|10-Player's Server Patch's Description||The description misspelled the word 'has' as 'hs.'||Fixed|
|Bandit Jack||Incorrect usage of 'your' and 'you're'. (Your in luck)||Fixed|
|Guard||The word 'Guard' is misspelled as Gaurd.||Fixed|
|Guardian Helmet||The Guardian Helmet is missing a small detail.||Fixed|
|Algae Worm||The description misspelled the word 'slimy' as 'slimey.'|
|Aquatic Explorer Set||The leggings and torso of the Aquatic Explorer's set both co-exist under the name of Aquatic Explorer Armor, deemed as unusual as each item have different names.|
|Arnold Slime||Incorrect use of "your" and is seen as "you're" in a dialogue spoken by Arnold Slime after the players turn in the quest.|
|Bandit Jack||When Bandit Jack provides directions to Gunner Gary's shop after the player requests for it, a random word 'here' appears in front of 'railing'. In other words, it's not needed.|
|Bat Wing||The word 'value' is misspelled as 'vaue.'|
|Beach Blocks||The letter 'b' in Blocks is not capitalized.|
|Beach Blocks (2)||The word color is missing an -ed.|
|Bignose Angler||Description misused the word "it's" and should be changed to "its" to be possessive. Also, there are no indications that the fish have any parts that are red.|
|Black Supershoes||The Black Supershoes appears to be a shade of dark blue, although it is assumed lighting effects result in a faded black shade.||Needs Confirmation|
|Blue Farmer||A spacing is needed between the words 'thank' and 'you' in one of the dialogues.|
|Blackrock Skimmerfish||The word surprisingly is misspelled as 'surpsngly.'|
|Blue Ogrefish||The description contains two spacings between the words 'live' and 'in.'|
|Bottomdweller||A random "'s" can be seen next to Bottomdweller. Correct form is Bottomdwellers.|
|Bronze Platelegs||For an odd reason, the word 'platelegs' is seen as 'PlateLegs'.|
|Captain's Fishing Rod||Reusage of the Golden Fishing Rod's description; rushed.|
|Carl Copperfield||Incorrect usage of 'were' and 'we're.'|
|Claw of the Tall Bear||Incorrect usage of 'it's' and 'its'.|
|Clothing Boutique||Clothing Boutique is misspelled as 'Clothing Botique.'|
|Cloud Feather||The word 'rainclouds' is misspelled as 'rainclous'.|
|Cobalt Platelegs||For an odd reason, the word 'platelegs' is seen as 'PlateLegs'.|
|Expert's Fishing Rod||Wrong usage of "A" and "an". Correct description should be read as, "An expert level fishing rod."|
|Farmer||Incorrect use of "you're" and is seen as "your" in a dialogue spoken by a farmer near the farmer that is still setting up their stand at Farm Fortress.|
|Flatty Mushroom||There's a double spacing between the words 'mushroom' and 'often.'|
|Floating Barrel||The barrel at the teepee tent in Blackrock Mountain is floating off the ground.|
|Floating Trashcan||The trashcan in Celestial Field's tower in Celestial Field is floating off the wooden floor.|
|Floor 20/40 Skip Ticket||Misusage of the words 'past' and 'passed'.|
|Forgotten Life Set||The leggings of the Forgotten Life set is interpreted as a platebody, rather than a plateleg.|
|Frog Costume #5 - Torso||Mysterious is spelled as msyterious.|
|Garbagefish||The word 'slimy' is misspelled as 'slimey.'|
|Gnome Magic School's Telescope||The telescope in the Gnome Magic School enable the players to take a look at The Town of Right and Wrong, although it is facing the wrong direction.|
|Gold Platelegs||For an odd reason, the word 'platelegs' is seen as 'PlateLegs'.|
|Granny Fields||Upon interacting with Granny Fields, players would receive a message of "Info continued + "Anything else?"" after reading a specific piece of dialogue.|
|Greater Dungeon Candy||The first sentence is worded weirdly and should be read as "typically carried by dungeon crawlers."|
|Guardian Set||The Guardian set is misspelled as the 'Gaurdian' set in-game.|
|Helpful Harris||One of his dialogues misspelled raccoon as 'racoon'.|
|Kingsguard||The floor Kingsguard is misspelled as 'Kingsgaurd'.|
|Lemon Flower||Incorrect usage of 'it's' and 'its'.|
|Lesser Dungeon Candy||The first sentence is worded weirdly and should be read as "typically carried by dungeon crawlers."|
|Linkman the Junkman||There's double spacings between the words 'object' and 'that.'|
|Magma Worm||Descriptions needs the word 'in' between the words 'lives' and 'magma'.|
|Martin the Carp||Incorrect usage of "you're" and is seen as "your" in a dialogue after interacting with Martin the Carp.|
|Martin the Carp (2)||The word 'myself' is separated into two words as 'my self'.|
|Old Brick Bob||Talking to Old Brick Bob with enough gold for resting in the inn during the daytime will result in this dialogue.|
|Onyx Platelegs||For an odd reason, the word 'platelegs' is seen as 'PlateLegs'.|
|Orange Farmer||The walking farmer in an orange attire sometimes disappear out of thin air, presumably being flung out of the map.|
|Otherworldly Weaponsmith||Otherworldly Weaponsmith's name is misspelled as 'Otherwordly Weaponsmith'.|
|Queensguard||The floor 'Queensguard' is misspelled as 'Queensgaurd'.|
|Quiet Adventurer||The word 'nowadays' is misspelled as 'nowawadays.'|
|Realtor Reynold||The word 'roommates' is misspelled as 'roomates'.|
|Riveted Helmet||"An irregular piece of riveted helmet", not "An irregular helmet of riveted helmet".|
|Rock Carp||Description has two spacings between the words 'but' and 'the'.|
|Roommate Reynold||Its name.||Fixed|
|Royal Gold Helmet||Image of the Royal Gold Helmet is missing.||Fixed|
|Scorched Soul's Ring||Melee Damage, Magic Damage, and HP Regen aren't properly capitalized.|
|Shell||Description misspelled the word 'must' as 'mush'.|
|Sniffer Fish||Description misused the conjunction "it's" and should be changed to its possessive form "its". The word prowls is misspelled as 'prowels'.|
|Stanfish||Description is missing a period.|
|Stick||Incorrect usage of the plural form fireflies and seen as 'fireflys'.|
|The Golden Coin||When interacting with Arbewhy, Arbewhy welcomes the players by referring his shop as "The Golden Coin" although upon looking at the shop's screen, it is read as, "The Gold Coin".|
|Titanium Platelegs||For an odd reason, the word 'platelegs' is seen as 'PlateLegs'.|
|Toy Blocks||The word color is missing an -ed.|
|Void Monster Set||The word 'monstrous' is misspelled as 'monsterous.' (Unless it's supposed to be a pun/joke)|
|Wisecrack Set||The word 'damage' is missing as its description provides its statistics.|
|Wonald Izzi Jackson||In his dialogue, the word "that's" is read as "thats".|
|Woodwhack Legionnaire Chestpiece||Has no description whatsoever, being deemed as unusual to the other two armor pieces of the Woodwhack Legionnaire's set; both of them provided with a description.||Fixed|
|Yellow Farmer||The Yellow Farmer would ask the players to obtain 5 Grey Rabbit Pelts, however, this will not allow the player to turn in 5 Grey Rabbit Pelts, but 10 Grey Rabbits instead due to the change of dialogues as of the 1.10 Update.|