Weapon Tutorials is a series SilverHexxitFights and 652Graystripe will be working on for a while! It focuses on taking one weapon of Terraria that one of us is extremely good at using, and telling you how to use it in a PvP situation. If you wish to suggest a weapon, tell us in the comments.
- 652Graystripe: Idea, blogmaking
- SilverHexxitFights: Blogmaking
- Hunited: Interviews
- SlayerOfTheBad: Interviews
Dubbed the "murderpine" by our interviewee, the Razorpine is a very viable magic weapon. But let's hand the wheel to SlayerOfTheBad for the interview!
652Graystripe: So, Slayer, good to have you!
SlayerOfTheBad: :D I love to help.
652Graystripe: My first question, just to give our viewers some background: How do you get the Razorpine?
652Graystripe: So that'll be a hard-to-get weapon, eh?
SlayerOfTheBad: It is, especially since it has a very low drop rate and the Everscream is a pretty hard boss.
652Graystripe: Ah. Is it worth the grind?
652Graystripe: Sounds great! Are there any issues with it?
SlayerOfTheBad: Well, the short range can get annoying, but overall not really, since you can use the arc to your advantage.
652Graystripe: Good way to compensate for its weaknesses? How accurate is it?
SlayerOfTheBad: It's accurate to a spread of only like five degrees in total, so really accurate.
652Graystripe: That's good. I hate having to shoot five times to kill one monster :P. Your best advice against the Razorpine?
SlayerOfTheBad: Long range. Its short range is one of its only weaknesses.
652Graystripe: What happens if you get within short range? What can you do then?
652Graystripe: That thing could mount incredible DPS on you... you'd have to make sure you hit more often than it hit you, am I right?
SlayerOfTheBad: Well, hitting faster than the Razorpine is impossible, unless you use the Blizzard Staff, and it isn't the best in PvP. The Chain Gun would be slower, since the Razorpine shoots 2-3 needles at once.
652Graystripe: I see. Well, thank you, Slayer! I learned a lot, and had fun doing it!
SlayerOfTheBad: You're welcome, and I was glad to help!