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ca·lam·i·ty (kə-lăm′ĭ-tē) n. pl. ca·lam·i·ties 1. An event that brings terrible loss, lasting distress, or severe affliction; a disaster: A hurricane would be a calamity for this low-lying coastal region. 2. Dire distress resulting from loss or tragedy. [Middle English calamite, from Old French, from Latin calamitās.] calamity.
Weapons are essential items used for combat against enemies, bosses, and even other players during PvP games. Most weapons are crafted at any crafting Station, while others can only be found in Chests, as enemy/boss drops, or purchased from NPCs. The Calamity Mod adds a large number of new and unique weapons for players to outorrenipege.tranbackmarroremangwealthdisjusipicra.infoinfo: Calamity Mod Wiki.
Download the latest version of TModLoader here. When you get TModLoader installed properly, just go to "mod browser" in-game and search for Calamity. It will automatically give you the most recent version when it downloads.
CALAMITY. ka-lam'-i-ti ('edh, "a load" or "burden" under which one is crushed, hence, "misfortune"; hayyah, hawwah, "fall," "ruin," the latter word used only in the plural; ra`, "evil in essence" hence, "adversity," once only, Psalms , the Revised Version (British and American) "wickedness"): Purely an Old Testament term, signifying adversities--natural, but more often those that result.