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Limpet Rock

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Limpet Rock
Limpet Rock.png
Tool Required
Pickaxe.png
Resources
Limpets.png
Rocks.png Flint.png (Pickaxe.png)
Renewable?
No
Common Biomes
Beach
"limpetrock"
Wilson Portrait.png
I could fill a pail with all those snails.

Wilson

Willow Portrait.png
That gross food is trying to eat that rock.

Willow

Wolfgang Portrait.png
Looks like tiny snails for eating!

Wolfgang

Wendy Portrait.png
Those look edible... sort of.

Wendy

WX-78 Portrait.png
STUPID MEAT WILL NEVER DEVOUR STONE

WX-78

Wickerbottom Portrait.png
This boulder is home to various gastropods.

Wickerbottom

Woodie Portrait.png
I could make a snack out of those.

Woodie

Waxwell Portrait.png
Could be used as a food source in a pinch.

Maxwell

Wigfrid Portrait.png
The meat stöne!

Wigfrid

Webber Portrait.png
This rock is covered in food things!

Webber

Walani Portrait.png
Just look at all these Barneys.

Walani

Warly Portrait.png
A petit snail farm!

Warly

Woodlegs Portrait.png
Thet rock is covered in good eatin'.

Woodlegs

Limpet Rocks are a naturally spawning objects in the Shipwrecked DLC. They are common in Beach biomes and yield one Limpets each. They can be also mined for Rocks and Flint. If the player does not mine them, they will replenish themselves over 3 days, making them a good food source.

During Hurricane Season, Seagulls will visit land and pick Limpet Rocks for food. During Dry Season Limpet Rocks can wither, thus stopping Limpet generation. The player must then apply Seaweed, Manure or Rot to the Limpet Rock for it to begin producing Limpets again during Dry Season.

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