There are two distinct Speed statistics: Weapon Speed refers to how long it takes to hit an enemy with a weapon; Player Speed refers to how fast the player moves. Each can be affected in a variety of ways.
The following Weapons swipe more or less fast than normal.
|Image||Name||Level||Description||Damage||Stats||Location||Purchase Price||Sell Price|
|Steel Smallsword||2||A standard metal blade.||04-08||Speed (+2)||Chest at level 20 in the mines.||100g|
|Dark Sword||8||It's glowing with vampire energy.||30-45||Speed (−5) Weight (+5)||Haunted Skull drop||400g|
|Pirate's Sword||4||It looks like a pirate owned this once.||08-14||Speed (+2)||Below level 20 in the mines. Purchase at Adventurer's Guild after reaching level 30 in the mines.||850g||200g|
|Cutlass||4||A finely crafted blade.||09-17||Speed (+2)||Purchase at Adventurer's Guild after reaching level 25 in the mines.||1,500g||200g|
|Forest Sword||5||Made powerful by forest magic.||08-18||Speed (+2) Defense (+1)||Rare drop levels 20-60 in the mines.||250g|
|Insect Head||6||Not very pleasant to wield.||10-20||Speed (+2)||Rare drop from bugs. Reward for killing 125 cave insects. Available for purchase at Adventurer's Guild after killing 125 bugs.||10,000g||300g|
|Iron Edge||4||A heavy broadsword.||12-25||Speed (−2) Defense (+1) Weight (+3)||Below level 40 in the mines.||200g|
|Rapier||6||An elegant blade.||15-25||Speed (+2)||Unobtainable||300g|
|Claymore||6||It's really heavy.||20-32||Speed (−4) Defense (+2) Weight (+3)||Purchase at Adventurer's Guild after reaching level 45 in the mines.||2,000g||300g|
|Neptune's Glaive||7||An heirloom from beyond the Gem Sea.||18-35||Speed (−1) Defense (+2) Weight (+4)||Fishing Treasure Chests||350g|
|Obsidian Edge||9||It's incredibly sharp.||30-45||Speed (−1) Crit. Power (+10)||Chest at level 90 in the mines.||450g|
|Bone Sword||10||A very light piece of sharpened bone.||20-30||Speed (+4) Weight (+2)||Purchase at Adventurer's Guild after reaching level 75 in the mines.||6,000g||500g|
|Steel Falchion||14||Light and powerful.||26-38||Speed (+4) Crit. Power (+20)||Purchase at Adventurer's Guild after reaching level 90 in the mines.||9,000g||700g|
|Galaxy Sword||26||It's unlike anything you've ever seen.||60-80||Speed (+4)||Bring a Prismatic Shard to the Three Pillars in the Desert; Holding the shard, enter the center tile between the three pillars (Only one). Purchase from Adventurer's Guild after obtaining at the desert.||50,000g||1,300g|
|Tempered Broadsword||8||It looks like it could withstand anything.||29-44||Speed (−3) Defense (+3) Weight (+3)||Skull Cavern||400g|
The following rings increase Weapon Speed:
|Image||Name||Description||Location||Purchase Price||Sell Price|
|Emerald Ring||Increases weapon speed by 10%.||Purchase from Adventurer's Guild after reaching level 40 in The Mines||5,000g||300g|
The player's base speed is:
- 2 when walking
- 5 when running.
- 6.6 when riding a Horse.
A variety of positive and negative Buffs can change the player speed, as detailed under Food and Drink and Buffs. In theory, five speed-related buffs could be simultaneously active, three positive (maximum +4 Speed) and two negative (minimum -5 Speed).
Finally, speed is also affected by some terrains, but not when riding a horse.
Although terrain and/or debuffs may decrease a player speed, the speed is never decreased below 1.
Food and Drink
The following foods and drinks increase Player Speed. Only one drink-derived buff and one food-derived buff can be active at a given time, so +2 Speed is only possible if the +1 Speed from a drink (Coffee and Triple Shot Espresso) be stacked with the +1 Speed from one of the food items.
|Image||Name||Description||Ingredients||Restores||Buff(s)||Buff Duration||Recipe Source(s)||Sell Price|
|Magic Rock Candy||A rare and powerful candy infused with the essence of the prismatic shard.||N/A||500225||Mining (+2) Luck (+5) Speed (+1) Defense (+5) Attack (+5)||8m 24s||N/A - Must be purchased, earned, or may be dropped by Haunted Skulls||5,000g|
|Coffee||It smells delicious. This is sure to give you a boost.||Coffee Bean (5)||31||Speed (+1)||1m 23s||The Stardrop Saloon
Produced in a Keg
|Crab Cakes||Crab, bread crumbs, and egg formed into patties then fried to a golden brown.||Crab (1) Wheat Flour (1) Egg (1) Oil (1)|| 225
|Speed (+1) Defense (+1)||16m 47s||
|Pepper Poppers||Spicy breaded peppers filled with cheese.||Hot Pepper (1) Cheese (1)|| 130
|Farming (+2) Speed (+1)||7m||
Shane (Mail - 3+ )
|Spicy Eel||It's really spicy! Be careful.||Eel (1) Hot Pepper (1)|| 115
|Luck (+1) Speed (+1)||7m||
George (Mail - 7+ )
|Super Meal||It's a really energizing meal.||Bok Choy (1) Cranberries (1) Artichoke (1)|| 160
|Max Energy (+40) Speed (+1)||3m 30s||
Kent (Mail - 7+ )
|Triple Shot Espresso||It's more potent than regular coffee!||Coffee (3)|| 8
|Speed (+1)||4m 12s||Stardrop Saloon for 5,000g||450g|
|Adrenaline Rush||Speed (+2)||Killing an enemy while wearing a Savage Ring||3s|
|Slimed||Speed (−4)||Being hit by a Slime||2.5-3s|
|Tipsy||Speed (−1)||Consuming alcohol (Beer, Mead, Pale Ale, or Wine)||30s|
Three types of terrain can alter the player's speed, but only if the player is not riding a horse.
- Flooring has a +0.1 Speed boost, but only when located outside on The Farm.
- Grass has a -1 Speed penalty.
- Crops have a -1 Speed penalty, but only if the player is running. Seeds do not count as crops.
|Skills & Stats|
|Skills||Farming • Mining • Foraging • Fishing • Combat|
|Stats||Attack • Crit. Power • Defense • Immunity • Luck • Magnetism • Speed • Weight|