PvP or otherwise known as Player versus Player is a multiplayer mode that let teams, or players of players, to attack one other. PvP is activated by linking a multiplayer world and allowing the PvP option by clicking on a crossed swords near armor and different other accessory slots. The sole way a player can damage the opponent is if both players have a PvP option that is enabled. There’s also an option of connecting with a team. Teams are usually represented by a colored icon near the accessory and armor slots. Once you pick a team, there will be an onscreen notification about how far away the teammates are, in addition to how much health they’ve. PvP players on the same team can also see each other on a minimal, while regular PvP player cannot.
However, if a player is holding an item that is informational such as a Cell Phone, any number of teammates standing near them could also see data readout from it. PvP players can also play a game known as “Capture the Gem”, which functions similarly to Capture a Flag. Capture a Gem needs Large Gems, one for every team which could be crafted using fifteen Amethyst, Sapphire, Topaz, Ruby, Emerald, Diamond or Amber. Teams attempt to steal Gem of an opposing team and bring it to their base. Large Gems usually display as flying graphics over any number of players carrying one and drop next to the captured players.
The window of strength after taking damage is exceptionally reduced if it came from the different player. Normally, you’d get 2/3 of a second of invincibility, however, in PvP; you only get 2/15 of a second that is almost equivalent to 0.13. However, the Star Veil and Cross Necklace have no effect in PvP as well. You can visit http://terrariaforpc.com if you wish to have more detailed information about the modes in Terraria.