Main article: Lore
|King Slime||Only a fool could be caught by this pitiful excuse for a hunter.
Unfortunately, our world has no shortage of those.
|The Desert Scourge||The great sea worm appears to have survived the extreme heat and has even adapted to it.
What used to be a majestic beast swimming through the water has now become a dried-up and
gluttonous husk, constantly on a voracious search for its next meal.
|The Eye of Cthulhu||That eye...how peculiar.
I sensed it watching you more intensely as you grew stronger.
|Eye of Cthulhu|
|Crabulon||A crab and its mushrooms, a love story.
It's interesting how creatures can adapt given certain circumstances.
|The Crimson||This bloody hell, spawned from a formless mass of flesh that fell from the stars eons ago.
It is now home to many hideous creatures, spawned from the pumping blood and lurching organs deep within.
|Brain of Cthulhu|
|The Corruption||The rotten and forever-deteriorating landscape of infected life, brought upon by a deadly microbe long ago.
It is rumored that the microbe was created through experimentation by a long-dead race, predating the Terrarians.
|Eater of Worlds|
|The Brain of Cthulhu||An eye and now a brain.
Most likely another abomination spawned from this inchoate mass of flesh.
|Brain of Cthulhu|
|The Eater of Worlds||Perhaps it was just a giant worm infected by the microbe, given centuries to feed and grow its festering body.
Seems likely, given the origins of this place.
|Eater of Worlds|
|The Perforators and their Hive||An abomination of comingled flesh, bone, and organ, infested primarily by blood-slurping worms.
The chunks left over from the brain must have been absorbed by the crimson and reconstituted into it.
|The Hive Mind||A hive of clustered microbial-infected flesh.
I do not believe killing it will lessen the corruption here.
|The Hive Mind|
|Queen Bee||As crude as the giant insects are they can prove useful in certain situations...given the ability to control them.||Queen Bee|
|Skeletron||The curse is said to only affect the elderly.
After they are afflicted they become an immortal vessel for an ancient demon of the underworld.
|The Slime God||It is a travesty, one of the most threatening biological terrors ever created.
If this creature were allowed to combine every slime on the planet it would become nearly unstoppable.
|The Slime God|
|The Underworld||These obsidian and hellstone towers were once home to thousands of...'people'.
Unfortunately for them, they were twisted by their inner demons until they were beyond saving.
|Wall of Flesh|
|Wall of Flesh||I see the deed is done.
The unholy amalgamation of flesh and hatred has been defeated.
Prepare to face the terrors that lurk in the light and dark parts of this world.
|Wall of Flesh|
|Cryogen||The archmage's prison.
I am unsure if it has grown weaker over the decades of imprisonment.
|The Mechanical Trio||I see you have awakened Draedon's old toys.
Once useful tools turned into savage beasts when their AIs went rogue, a mistake that Draedon failed to rectify in time.
|Any Mechanical Boss|
|The Twins||The bio-mechanical watchers of the night, originally created as security using the souls extracted from human eyes.
These creatures did not belong in this world, it's best to be rid of them.
|Brimstone Crag||Ah...this place.
The scent of broken promises, pain, and eventual death is heavy in the air...
|Brimstone Elemental||The most powerful of the elementals, bent on exacting revenge upon the bloody inferno that demolished her home.
Finally put to rest, she will suffer no longer from the grief caused by the deaths of her people.
|The Destroyer||A machine brought to life by the mighty souls of warriors, and built to excavate massive tunnels in planets to gather resources.
Could have proven useful if Draedon didn't have an obsession with turning everything into a tool of destruction.
|Aquatic Scourge||A horror born of pollution and insatiable hunger; based on size alone this was merely a juvenile.
These scourge creatures are the largest aquatic predators and very rarely do they frequent such shallow waters.
|Sulphur Sea||I remember the serene waves and the clear breeze.
The bitterness of my youth has long since subsided, but it is far too late. I must never repeat a mistake like this again.
|Skeletron Prime||What a silly and pointless contraption for something created with the essence of pure terror.
Draedon obviously took several liberties with its design...I am not impressed.
|Calamitas Clone||You are indeed stronger than I thought.
Though the bloody inferno still lingers, observing your progress.
|Plantera||Well done, you killed a plant.
It was used as a vessel to house the spirits of those unfortunate enough to find their way down here.
I wish you luck in dealing with the fallout.
|The Ocean||Take care to not disturb the deep waters of this world.
You may awaken something more terrifying than death itself.
|Leviathan and Anahita|
|Leviathan and Anahita||An odd pair of creatures; one seeking companionship and the other seeking sustenance.
Perhaps two genetic misfits outcast from their homes that found comfort in assisting one another.
|Leviathan and Anahita|
|Astrum Aureus||A titanic cyborg infected by a star-borne disease expelled from the belly of an ancient god.
The destruction of this creature will not prevent the spread of the disease.
|Golem||A primitive construct.
I admire the lihzahrd race for their ingenuity, though finding faith in such a flawed idol would invariably lead to their downfall.
|The Plaguebringer Goliath||A horrific amalgam of steel, flesh, and infection, capable of destroying an entire civilization in just one onslaught.
Its plague nuke barrage can leave an entire area uninhabitable for months. A shame that it came to this but the plague must be contained.
|Duke Fishron||The mutant terror of the sea was once the trusted companion of an old king; he tamed it using its favorite treat.
Long ago, the creature flew in desperation from the raging bloody inferno consuming its home, ultimately finding its way to the ocean.
|Ravager||The flesh golem constructed using twisted necromancy during the time of my conquest to counter my unstoppable forces.
Its creators were slaughtered by it moments after its conception. It is for the best that it has been destroyed.
|Lunatic Cultist||The gifted one that terminated my grand summoning so long ago with his uncanny powers over the arcane.
Someone I once held in such contempt for his actions is now...deceased, his sealing ritual undone...prepare for the end.
Your impending doom approaches...
|The Red Moon||We long ago feared the light of the red moon.
Many went mad, others died, but a scant few became blessed with a wealth of cosmic understanding.
|Lunatic Cultist during a Blood Moon|
|Astral Infection||This twisted dreamscape, surrounded by unnatural pillars under a dark and hazy sky.
Natural law has been upturned. What will you make of it?
|Astrum Deus||God of the stars and largest vessel for the Astral Infection.
Though struck down from its place among the stars its remnants have gathered strength, aiming to take its rightful place in the cosmos once more.
|Moon Lord||What a waste.
Had it been fully restored it would have been a force to behold, but what you fought was an empty shell.
However, that doesn't diminish the immense potential locked within it, released upon its death.
|The Profaned Guardians||The ever-rejuvenating guardians of the profaned flame.
Much like a phoenix from the ashes their deaths are simply a part of their life cycle.
Many times my forces have had to destroy these beings in search of the Profaned Goddess.
|The Dragonfolly||A failure of twisted scientific ambition; it appears our faulted arrogance over life has shown once more in the results.
Originally intended to be a clone of the Jungle Dragon, these were left to roam about the jungle, attacking anything in their path.
|Providence, the Profaned Goddess||A core surrounded by stone and flame, a simple origin and a simple goal.
What would have become of us had she not been defeated is a frightening concept to consider.
|Providence, the Profaned Goddess|
|The Sentinels of the Devourer||Signus. The Void. The Weaver.
Each represent one of the Devourer’s largest spheres of influence.
Dispatching them has most likely invoked its anger and marked you as a target for destruction.
|Any Sentinel of the Devourer|
|Polterghast||A creature born of hatred and anger, formed by countless human souls with all of their energy entirely devoted to consuming others.
It seems a waste to have had such a potent source of power ravage mindlessly through these empty halls.
|Old Duke||Strange, to find out the mutant terror of the seas was not alone in its unique biology.
Perhaps I was mistaken to classify the creature from its relation to pigrons alone.
|The Old Duke|
|The Devourer of Gods||This serpent’s power to assimilate the abilities and energy of those it consumed is unique in almost all the known cosmos, save for its lesser brethren.
I would have soon had to eliminate it as a threat had it been given more time and creatures to feast upon.
|The Devourer of Gods|
|Jungle Dragon, Yharon||I would not be able to bear a world without my faithful companion by my side.
Fortunately, fate will have it so that it is a world I shall never have to see, for better or for worse.
|Jungle Dragon, Yharon|
|The Exo Mechanical Trio||The fruits of masterful craftsmanship and optimization, created only with the objective to destroy.
Yet in the end, they achieved little more than the original designs they were derived from.
|Calamitas||The witch unrivaled. Perhaps the only one amongst my cohorts to have ever given me cause for doubt.
Now that you have defeated her your destiny is clear.
Come now, face me.