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Limpets / Cooked Limpets
Limpets.png Fire Pit.png Cooked Limpets.png
Health
0 1
Hunger
12.5 12.5
Sanity
-10 0
Perish
6 Days 10 Days
Stacks up to
40 40
"limpets"   "limpets_cooked"
Fishes.png x 0.5
Limpet Rock.png Wreck Midship.png


Wilson Portrait.png
Maybe starving wouldn't be so bad.

Wilson, when examining Limpets

Willow Portrait.png
A little lick of flame and you'll be tasty.

Willow, when examining Limpets

Wolfgang Portrait.png
Is snail? Maybe.

Wolfgang, when examining Limpets

Wendy Portrait.png
They eat of the rock. I eat of them.

Wendy, when examining Limpets

WX-78 Portrait.png
SMALL PROTEIN SOURCE

WX-78, when examining Limpets

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
Patella vulgata.

Wickerbottom, when examining Limpets

Woodie Portrait.png
Some sort of water-dwelling snail.

Woodie, when examining Limpets

Waxwell Portrait.png
Slimy and vaguely ingestible.

Maxwell, when examining Limpets

Wigfrid Portrait.png
Röck meat!

Wigfrid, when examining Limpets

Webber Portrait.png
Do we have to eat these?

Webber, when examining Limpets

Walani Portrait.png
They're free from the hustle and bustle of daily life.

Walani, when examining Limpets

Warly Portrait.png
They have a salty aroma.

Warly, when examining Limpets

Woodlegs Portrait.png
Ye'll be in me tummy soon 'nuff.

Woodlegs, when examining Limpets

Limpets are a fish food item in the Shipwrecked DLC. They can be found growing naturally on Limpet Rocks, and as long as the Limpet Rock is not mined down, the Limpets will replenish themselves over 3 days. They can also be found on Wrecks, and will replenish themselves over 2 days if the Wreck is not hammered. They can be used as an ingredient in several Crock Pot recipes, and give 0.5 Fish Value


Cooked Limpets[edit | edit source]

Wilson Portrait.png
Escargotcha!

Wilson, when examining Cooked Limpets

Willow Portrait.png
Pretty good!

Willow, when examining Cooked Limpets

Wolfgang Portrait.png
It is slimy going down.

Wolfgang, when examining Cooked Limpets

Wendy Portrait.png
Depressing.

Wendy, when examining Cooked Limpets

WX-78 Portrait.png
A WELCOME IMPROVEMENT

WX-78, when examining Cooked Limpets

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
Cooked Patella vulgata.

Wickerbottom, when examining Cooked Limpets

Woodie Portrait.png
Dinner's on.

Woodie, when examining Cooked Limpets

Waxwell Portrait.png
A delicacy? Really?

Maxwell, when examining Cooked Limpets

Wigfrid Portrait.png
Let us feast!

Wigfrid, when examining Cooked Limpets

Webber Portrait.png
Tastes like ocean.

Webber, when examining Cooked Limpets

Walani Portrait.png
Still a bit slimy.

Walani, when examining Cooked Limpets

Warly Portrait.png
Smooth, salty, scrumptious.

Warly, when examining Cooked Limpets

Woodlegs Portrait.png
Yaaarm!

Woodlegs, when examining Cooked Limpets

Cooked Limpets are a fish food item made by cooking Limpets on a Campfire, Fire Pit, Star, Chiminea, or Obsidian Fire Pit. They do not deduct sanity unlike their raw counterpart, restore a tiny bit of health, and take longer to spoil. They can also be used as an ingredient in several Crock Pot recipes, in which they will give 0.5 Fish Value.

Icon Tools.png Usage[edit | edit source]

Inventory slot background.pngLimpets.pngFire Pit.pngInventory slot background.pngCooked Limpets.png
Inventory slot background.pngLimpet.pngInventory slot background.pngLimpet.pngInventory slot background.pngLimpet.pngInventory slot background.png Ice.pngCrock Pot.pngInventory slot background.pngBisque.png
Inventory slot background.pngLimpet.pngBirdcage.pngInventory slot background.pngEgg.png
Inventory slot background.pngLimpet.pngYaarctopus Icon.pngInventory slot background.pngOctopus Chest.png

Placeholder.png Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Limpets are aquatic snails with a shell that is conically shaped. True limpets (in the Patellidae family) live on hard surfaces in the intertidal zone and are capable of locomotion, unlike barnacles or mussels. Such as in Don't Starve, limpets are eaten as seafood in many countries.
  • Limpets make a small "splat" sound when picked.

Blueprint.png Gallery[edit | edit source]