Rainbow Road Reference?
- considering that map appears in several iterations of the game, I'd say it's highly probable you're right. I'm not sure what to do about it though, considering this wiki doesn't seem to have trivia sections on articles like terraria's does.--Twisted Code (talk) 21:32, 4 December 2017 (UTC)
- Apart from the name sounding somewhat similar, there is no obvious reference to Rainbow Road. I would rather not assume something is a reference without clear signs. Keep in mind that the Rainbow Rogue is connected to the rainbow theme in the Colourful mini biome.
As I experiment, I'm finding the "Cosmetic Armor" listings are frequently inaccurate. The game is set up to randomize several of the Tenants' costumes; I've gotten All-Seeing Knights wearing the giant eyeball head, Plague Doctors without hats and in fancy waistcoats and pants, Hunter-Gatherers with brown capes, etc. And looking at the fioles, there can be like a half-dozen options for any one cosmetic slot.
So... do we list all the options? --MSipher (talk) 07:53, 4 June 2018 (BST)
All the tables mention Tag (Boxes), but nowhere in the text of the article is that explained. Does it mean how many blocks need to be covered by tagged items? Does it mean something else? Would someone who knows this please add text to the article so it makes sense for newer players. --Sorrieah (talk) 00:55, 31 July 2019 (UTC)
The Electrician Tenant listed on his page no longer seems to spawn.
They definitely existed and were able to show up as tenants in previous versions, but extensive testing on my end shows that they are no longer able to appear.
Instead, a randomly selected race NPC will appear.
Testing on my end with objects that *only* use the wired tag actually yields an electrician tenant, I suspect that somehow they're not high enough priority when wired objects with other tags attached are at play here Armok 12 oct 2022