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Wilson Portrait
A chunk of ground.

Wilson

Willow Portrait
The ground is boring.

Willow

Wolfgang Portrait
Step stones.

Wolfgang

Wendy Portrait
Some ground.

Wendy

WX-78 Portrait
GROUND PARTS

WX-78

Wickerbottom Portrait
The ground. You step on it.

Wickerbottom

Woodie Portrait
Some ground.

Woodie

Waxwell Portrait
Smells like mud.

Maxwell

Wigfrid Portrait
A piece öf the battlefield.

Wigfrid

Webber Portrait
Some pretty average earth.

Webber

Winona Portrait
That's a chunk of ground.

Winona

Walani Portrait
Keeps me grounded.

Walani

Warly Portrait
It's like an ingredient for the ground.

Warly

Woodlegs Portrait
Me ain't no ground lubber.

Woodlegs

Forest Turf is one of the Turf items, acquired by digging Forest tiles with a Pitchfork. Like other Turfs, it can be placed on any bare ground tile or used as fuel.

Plants like Berry Bushes, Grass Tufts, Saplings, Spiky Bushes, Lureplants, Pine Cones, and Birchnuts can be planted on these Turfs. It will also not stop the Lureplants' Eyeplants from spawning.

When placed on the Surface World and the area is large enough, Birds like Crows and Redbirds will start to spawn and land on these turfs. During Winter, Redbirds are replaced by Snowbirds.

Prototype Tips Edit

  • Players with very low Sanity may not be able to see Shadow Creatures on Forest Turf at dusk or night. This is especially true if one has been digging up many Graves, as they are typically found in Forests.

Blueprint GalleryEdit

Turfs
Surface Turf Forest TurfGrass TurfSavanna TurfRocky TurfMarsh Turf
Deciduous Turf Reign of Giants iconSandy Turf Reign of Giants iconJungle Turf Shipwrecked iconMeadow Turf Shipwrecked iconMagma Turf Shipwrecked iconTidal Marsh Turf Shipwrecked icon
Cave Turf Mud TurfGuano TurfSlimey TurfFungal TurfCave Rock Turf
Volcano Turf Ashy Turf Shipwrecked iconVolcano Turf Shipwrecked icon
Craftable Turf Wooden FlooringCarpeted FlooringCheckerboard FlooringCobblestonesSnakeskin Rug Shipwrecked iconScaled Flooring Don't Starve Together icon
Related Sticky WebbingPitchfork