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Sail Stick

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Sail Stick
Sail Stick.png
"May the wind be always at your back."
Obsidian.png × 2Nightmare Fuel.png × 3Magic Seal.png × 1
Volcanic Tab.png
Obsidian Workbench.png
10 days
Stacks up to
Does not stack
Wilson Portrait.png
There must be a scientific explanation for this.


Willow Portrait.png
I'm the queen of this boooooat!


Wolfgang Portrait.png
Stick makes good sailing!


Wendy Portrait.png
It's... a stick.


WX-78 Portrait.png


Wickerbottom Portrait.png
I can use this to my advantage in a storm.


Woodie Portrait.png
The Northern winds are at my disposal.


Waxwell Portrait.png
A stick, presumably for sailing.


Wigfrid Portrait.png
I cömmand the wind!


Webber Portrait.png
It's a stick!


Walani Portrait.png
Probably more useful than a regular stick.


Warly Portrait.png
Might make a good stirring stick.


Woodlegs Portrait.png
Keeps th'wind at me back.


The Sail Stick is a craftable Item introduced in the Shipwrecked DLC. It is found in the Volcanic Tab. It requires 2 Obsidian, 3 Nightmare Fuel and 1 Magic Seal to craft, and doing so requires being near an Obsidian Workbench, and it cannot be prototyped. Equipping Sail Stick will redirect Strong Winds so they blow in the same direction the player is traveling. While equipped, Sail Stick will slowly lose durability. The Sail Stick does nothing when no Strong Winds are blowing, and will not lose durability.

Prototype.png Tips[edit | edit source]

  • The Sail Stick can be equipped after blowing the Howling Conch for half a day of boosted sailing speed, but a Walking Cane still provides a greater speed boost when sailing with the wind.

Blueprint.png Gallery[edit | edit source]