What do NPC houses need in Terraria?

Housing. Each town NPC requires a suitable, vacant house. A house is a room of a certain size enclosed by a frame of blocks, with player-placed background walls, along with a valid light source, flat surface item, and comfort item. Two NPCs cannot live in the same house at the same time.

What is the best NPC placement Terraria?

Terraria: Best Placement For All NPCs

  • Snow Biome.
  • Desert Biome. NPCs: Nurse, Arms Dealer, Steampunker.
  • Jungle Biome. via Puttonih/Steam.
  • Ocean Biome. via PixelNinja/Steam.
  • Glowing Mushroom Biome. via Azmox/Steam.
  • Underground Biome. via Jxt09/Steam.
  • Hallows Biome. via Lavos/Steam.
  • The Princess. via Vortexvernon/Steam.

What places do NPCs need in Terraria?

Moving in requirements for Terraria NPCs

  • A living space of 30 blocks or more (60 when you include walls, floor, and ceiling.
  • Structural walls and ceiling with non-corrupted materials.
  • Player-made background walls.
  • An entrance to the room (door/platform/trap door in ceiling).
  • A flat surface such as a table or work bench.

How small can a NPC house be in Terraria?

Each house has to meet certain requirements for an NPC to be able to move in, such as size, furniture, and structure. Here are the Terraria starter housing requirements you will need to meet: Must have at least 60 blocks, but less than 750. The smallest size you’re able to have is 3 blocks wide, 10 blocks high.

Why won’t my NPCs sell pylons?

NPCs will not sell pylons if there is no available space in their shop. One example is the Tavernkeep after Golem is defeated, he will stop selling pylons due to his shop inventory being entirely filled with unique offerings.

Why is the forest pylon not selling?

NPCs will not sell pylons if there is no available space in their shop.