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Burrow

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Burrow
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Tool Required
Shovel.png
Resources
Rocks.png 53.3%, Flint.png 20%, Nitre.png 20%, Gold Nugget.png 6.6%, Anything taken by Moleworms
Spawns
Moleworms.png
Renewable?
Yes
Common Biomes
Grassland
"molehill"
Wilson Portrait.png
What a nice, homey hole in the ground!

Wilson

Willow Portrait.png
It burrows away from the sun's skyfire. Unnatural.

Willow

Wolfgang Portrait.png
Mole hole.

Wolfgang

Wendy Portrait.png
Down, down, down to the depths.

Wendy

WX-78 Portrait.png
HOME OF A SMALL DIGGER

WX-78

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
The tunnel system must be vast!

Wickerbottom

Woodie Portrait.png
I bet it's just a pile of rocks inside.

Woodie

Waxwell Portrait.png
Burrow deep, I'm coming for you.

Maxwell

Wigfrid Portrait.png
Sömething fiendish lives döwn there.

Wigfrid

Webber Portrait.png
Hidey-hole.

Webber

Walani Portrait.png
Nice hole, mole.

Walani

Warly Portrait.png
It is a nice hill, but I won't make a mountain of it.

Warly

Woodlegs Portrait.png
E's 'avin' a sleep in th'dirt.

Woodlegs

A Burrow is a naturally occurring object from the Reign of Giants DLC that randomly spawns in Grassland Biomes. Moleworms will spawn at Dusk and Night from Burrows and start roaming around the area, looking for minerals and other ground-based items to store inside the Burrows.

Burrows can be dug up with a Shovel to randomly yield Rocks, Flint, Nitre, and Gold Nuggets. When dug, Burrows will also drop any item stolen by Moleworms as long as there weren't more than 50 of them.

If a Burrow is dug up, the Moleworm that inhabited it will make a new one after some time. This makes Burrows renewable as long as the Moleworm is not also killed. If a Moleworm is killed, the Burrow will spawn a new Moleworm, in the same way Rabbit Holes spawn Rabbits. However, it is worth noting that even if all of the Moleworms and Burrows in a world are killed or destroyed, respectively, they are still renewable through both Catcoons and Tumbleweeds. Because Burrows drop minerals and Moleworms can create new Burrows, this makes Rocks, Flint, Nitre, and Gold renewable.

Placeholder.pngTrivia[edit | edit source]

  • Wilson's quote "What a nice, homey hole in the ground!" is probably a reference to a Hobbit's home, from the Movie/Book "The Hobbit".