Expansive content mod for Terraria
Terraria is a popular action-packed game that is full of adventure. It puts you in a land of mystery that is yours to shape, enjoy, and defend. The game also features various gameplays, including combat, building, exploration, and collecting. However, while the options seem limitless, sometimes, the content is just not enough—more so if you are an avid gamer. Luckily, Terraria supports modifications, allowing you to add content to your game. Thorium Mod is one of the content mods for Terraria. This game utility is one of the most expansive mods for the game, with more than a thousand new items, new enemies, and new biomes. If you want to extend the fun of playing the game, this one is a must-try.
Tweak without doing much change
There are lots of content mods available for Terraria. In fact, Thorium Mod is very much like the Calamity mod in a way that both adds new items, NPCs, new biomes, and other contents to the game. The difference lies in how the contents of the mods affect Terraria. Thorium fleshes out the vanilla game while Calamity makes Terraria a much more different game.
Thorium adds more than 1,900 items in Terraria. Among those are 55 new armors, 180 new enemies and banners, 150 new titles, blocks, furniture, and ten new town NPCs. By adding the mod, you will also meet 11 new bosses and explore a new biome: the Aquatic Depths. Moreover, you’ll have three more job classes, namely the thrower, the bard, and the healer.
However, while there is this much of an addition, Thorium will not change the feel of the game. Sure, the final boss of Thorium will be a lot more challenging, but it will still feel like you’re playing the same game. Calamity reimagines Terraria as more boss fight-oriented with some resource collecting to make you more powerful.
All in all, if you want to expand the content of Terraria without losing the core of the game, Thorium is highly recommended. The mod is also very polished and would fit for someone just beginning their modded adventures.