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Gigantic Beehive

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Gigantic Beehive
Gigantic Beehive.png
Honey.png Honeycomb.png (Hammer.png)
Bee Queen.png
Common Biomes
Wilson Portrait.png
How in science did it get so big?!


Willow Portrait.png
Dare you guys to smack it with a hammer.


Wolfgang Portrait.png
Wolfgang's mighty punches do nothing.


Wendy Portrait.png
Dripping with enmity. And honey.


WX-78 Portrait.png


Wickerbottom Portrait.png
An Apis mellifera nest of unusual size.


Woodie Portrait.png
Nature is something else, eh?


Waxwell Portrait.png
I don't see what all the buzz is about.


Wigfrid Portrait.png
A hive of winged warriörs.


Webber Portrait.png
Oh, bother!


The Gigantic Beehive is a naturally spawning object exclusive to Don't Starve Together, introduced in A New Reign. It can be found in the Grasslands along with other Beehives. It looks similar to a normal beehive, but much larger in size. The Bee Queen resides within, and Hammering it repeatedly will spawn her.

A stream of Honey flows out of the hole near the top, and hammering the Gigantic Beehive twice will reduce the size of the stream and cause 1-2 Honey and sometimes 1 Honeycomb to drop onto the ground, which can be picked up. Honey can be repeatedly harvested until the stream is gone, without spawning the Bee Queen. Every 5 segments of the Day, the honey stream will grow, and can be hammered again to receive more honey.

When destroyed, the Gigantic Beehive will look like a flat honeycomb, that cannot be walked on. It will regenerate in 20 days, which also makes Honeycomb renewable.

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