Glim () is a trading and crafting material previously known as Warpseed. It is a very commonly used crafting material, and is used in almost all recipies. Glim is now collected in the same way Warpseed previously was, by killing enemies and destroying grasses in the world. However, Glim is now a currency in addition to a material and is used to trade with pirates for Allies, Mounts, and rare crafting materials such as Pearl Of Wisdom in Treasure Isle biomes.
- Glim can be dropped by the grass in all Biomes, and by defeating enemies. The easiest and fastest way to farm for it is to go to a low level adventure zone and destroy the grass and enemies you find there. The Fae Trickster's bombs are good for this. The Knight's auto-attack and the Dracolyte's flamethrower are excellent choices as well, and the Neon Ninja's superb speed makes it highly recommended. Farming glim is tedious and takes a lot of time, much like farming Somber Souls does. If you can, find a friend or group and stick together so you'll all get drops from everything being destroyed as long as you stay within about 20-30 blocks of each other.
- Mounts now trample grasses, reducing the need to hack-n-slash it.
- Glim farms can be made in Club Worlds by planting the basic grass (only Sunlight Bulbs are needed for crafting), and then cutting when it's grown.
- if you don't mind spending a bit of time and a few glim, fishing is a useful way to obtain glim. Most fish when deconstructed give more glim than the glim used on the lures. Higher rarity fish give more glim