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(During Full Moon)
On a full moon, a Glommer's Flower will spawn at the base of Glommer's Statue. Picking up Glommer's Flower will trigger Glommer to become a permanent "follower" (until Glommer dies). After mining the statue, the base will remain, allowing Glommer and Glommer's Flower to respawn at a full moon.
Glommer's Flower can only be picked once per full moon, on either night. If a player picks it on the first night of the full moon, and then Glommer dies before the following night, they cannot pick it again the second night - they must wait until the next full moon. If a player picked the flower the previous full moon and Glommer dies on either day, the flower can still be picked that night.
Don't Starve Together[edit | edit source]
In Don't Starve Together (DST), the Glommer's Statue will not drop the Old Bell Blueprint when mined, because the Old Bell does not exist in DST. Mining the statue will only yield 3 Marble.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Pan Flute has a 75% chance to be found near the Statue.
- There seems to be a high chance that Glommer's Statue will spawn next to a Pig King village, which might make collecting Glommer's Flower difficult due to were pigs.
Bugs[edit | edit source]
- Sometimes the Statue will not spawn. This can result from a bad "world generation".
- If the Statue is destroyed by any other means than mining (e.g. a Clockwork Rook), the Blueprint may not drop.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Glommer's Statue next to a Pan Flute