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Collecteur de Taxe
Collecteur de Taxe.png
Statistiques
Type PNJ
IA de type Passif
Dégâts 10
PV max 250
Défense 15
Objet(s) (Quantité) Taux
Canne Chic.png Canne Chic
12.5%
ID des PNJs441
Pc only.png Contenu PC uniquement: Cette information (ou une partie) s'applique uniquement à la version PC de Terraria.
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C'est un PNJ des Villes. Une Maison peut être requise pour le faire apparaître.
Un joueur purifiant un Âme Torturée

Le Collecteur de Taxe ("Tax Collector" en anglais) est un PNJ du Hardmode qui taxe les autres PNJs de ville pour gagner de l'argent pour le joueur. Le Collecteur de Taxes peut être obtenu en allant en Enfer et lancer une Poudre de Purification sur un Esprit Torturé (un ennemi rare des Enfers qui est similaire au Collecteur de Taxes, et rapparaîtra tant qu'il y a une maison libre.

Lorsque le Collecteur de Taxes est présent, 50 Pièce de Cuivre seront gagnés par minutes dans la vrai vie (1 heure dans le jeu)

When the Tax Collector is present, 50 Pièce de Cuivre will be earned per real-world minute (each in-game hour), for each NPC that has a House — including the Tax Collector himself. The Tax Collector stores these funds, up to 10 Pièce d'Or. Speaking to the Tax Collector will reveal the amount stored thus far, and offer the option to collect.

Sur la Version PC Pc only.png, si il est menacé par des monstres, il se défendra avec sa canne.

Notes[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  • Les fonds peuvent être retirés à tout moment et ne nécessitent pas un montant minimum stockée.
  • Le Collecteur de Taxe a un stockage maximum de 10 Pièce d'Or. Il ne pourra pas en récolter davantage si vous n'allez pas lui parler pour récupérez votre dû.
  • Le temps peut être accéléré grâce au Cadran Solaire Enchanté.
  • En Multijoueur, chaque joueur gagnera des taxes séparément et la collecte n'aura pas d'impact sur ​​le paiement des autres joueurs.
  • Il ne peut pas être téléporté via une Statue de Roi.
  • L'Analyseur de Formes de Vie détectera les Âmes Torturées proches.

Conseils[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  • Avec 20 maisons de PNJ, le Collecteur de Taxe collectera 10 Pièce d'Argent toutes les minutes. Si vous attendez 100 minutes, vous pouvez facilement avoir les 10 Pièce d'Or.
  • When searching for a Tortured Soul, make sure you have minions deactivated as they will attack it.

Noms[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

Le Collecteur de Taxe peut avoir l'un des noms suivants :

  • McKinley
  • Millard
  • Fillmore
  • Rutherford
  • Chester
  • Grover
  • Cleveland
  • Theodore
  • Herbert
  • Warren
  • Lyndon
  • Ronald
  • Harrison
  • Woodrow
  • Tweed
  • Blanton
  • Dwyer
  • Carroll
  • Agnew

Quotes[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  • "Must everyone open and shut doors so incredibly noisily around here?!"
  • "I see you're free of time, as usual. Can't imagine what work life would be for your kind of folk."
  • "...two barrels of molasses, plus -- Oh, nevermind that, you're here. Here's your money."
  • "What does a man have to do to be left alone in this place? Go bugger someone less busy!"
  • "You again? Suppose you want more money!?"
  • "Yes, yes, yes! -- I'll give you your share in just a moment. I'd think you to be a bit more patient, what with me doing all the work and all."

When Dryad is present:

  • "Tried to get [Name of Dryad] to pay me with favors once, now I have fungus growing in strange places."

When Arms Dealer is present:

  • "Go tell [Name of Arms Dealer] to stop offering to pay me with ammo, I don't even own a gun."

When Demolitionist is present:

  • "Why don't YOU try collecting money from [Name of Demolitionist] and not losing a hand or foot or..."

When Merchant is present:

  • "I just came from [Name of Merchant]'s. He wanted to know if I took credit cards."

When player clicks Collect:

  • When player clicks Collect when some money is collected:
    • "Here you are again, taking all my coin! Just grab it and begone from my sight!"
    • "Here's your cut of the taxes that I've taken from our surplus population!"
    • "Bah! Here, take your shillings and get out of my sight!"
    • "This is all you're gonna get for now, not a penny more! Take it and spend it wisely."
  • When player clicks Collect when there is no money to be collected:
    • "Not so fast! You got your money, now begone!"
    • "Bah! You again? You just grabbed some of my coin just moments ago, so bugger off and come back later!"
    • "I just gave you half a crown five minutes ago! Scram!"
    • "You just received your pay, and not a farthing more! Get out!"
    • "Oh, so you just see me as a coin sign, eh? 'Cus every time you see me, you ask me."
    • "Reaching into my moneybags again already!? And you call ME greedy."
    • "Money doesn't grow on trees, so don't overpick my fruit! Bah!
    • "You already managed to spend every pence I paid you!? Bah, I'm not a charity, go kill a slime!"
    • "Don't you ever stop just to say 'Hi'?"
    • "Begging so soon?! Don't look at me like I'll have a change of heart overnight!"
    • "...And people call me greedy? No, I have nothing else for you."

Anecdotes[modifier | modifier le wikicode]

  • The Tax Collector is a reference to Ebenezer Scrooge from the Charles Dickens story, A Christmas Carol. Scrooge is a greedy, grumpy old man with a cane and top hat, mutton chops, and a hunched back. Many of his quotes are references to the story.
  • The Tax Collector's potential names are all names of well-known U.S. politicians, most of which were at one point president or vice-president.
  • The quote, "Just between you and me... I have no idea why they're bothering to pay the rent," exists in the game's source code, but never appears, possibly due to a coding error.
  • The chance of The Tax Collector being named "Agnew" is twice as high as any other name, also possibly due to a coding error.
  • The Tax Collector doesn't celebrate parties, as he doesn't say anything different, or even change his hat. This is almost certainly intentional.
  • The Tax Collector's quote when the Dryad is present implies that the pair had sexual intercourse in exchange for not paying taxes - hence the "fungus growing in strange places."
    • An alternative interpretation of this line could mean that the Dryad did not accept his advances, and made her displeasure known, which is supported by him saying he "tried".

Historique[modifier | modifier le wikicode]