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Brainy Sprout

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Brainy Sprout
Brainy Sprout.png
Tool Required
None
+25/min (When glowing)
Resources
Brainy Matter.png
Limestone.png×2 (Hammer.png)
Renewable?
No
Common Biomes
Coral Reef
"coral_brain_rock"
Wilson Portrait.png
I wonder what it's plotting...

Wilson

Willow Portrait.png
Genius idea, hiding out with these dumb regular corals.

Willow

Wolfgang Portrait.png
Wolfgang's brain will punch this brain.

Wolfgang

Wendy Portrait.png
That's one smart-looking plant.

Wendy

WX-78 Portrait.png
HIGHLY EVOLVED CORAL VARIETAL

WX-78

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
Mussidae Brainus.

Wickerbottom

Woodie Portrait.png
What're you, some sort of keener?

Woodie

Waxwell Portrait.png
I wonder what it's thinking?

Maxwell

Wigfrid Portrait.png
A mystical, all-knöwing water röck!

Wigfrid

Webber Portrait.png
I want to poke it, but I'm afraid our hand will get stuck.

Webber

Walani Portrait.png
That is an impressive piece of coral.

Walani

Warly Portrait.png
Chewy rock, with a clever finish.

Warly

Woodlegs Portrait.png
Th'brains o'th'ocean.

Woodlegs

The Brainy Sprout is a Plant spawning near Coral Reefs in the Shipwrecked DLC. When picked, it will yield Brainy Matter, and will grow back 20 days after being picked.

If not picked, it will glow at Dusk and Night, providing enough light to ward off Charlie. While glowing it also has a Sanity aura.

Placeholder.png Trivia

  • Their brain shape and the fact that they spawn in the reef biome could be a reference to brain coral (Diploria labyrinthiformis).