Hallowed Nights

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Hallowed Nights
Hallowed Nights
2016: October 18th - November 8th
2017: October 30th - December 4th
Klei Entertainment

Hallowed Nights is a seasonal event in Don't Starve Together, introduced in A New Reign, that took place during the Halloween Season from October 18th, 2016 until November 8th, 2016. In 2017, it started on October 30th, and ended on December 4th, concurrently with The Forge event.

During the event, many exclusive features are available for players to enjoy, such as Halloween-themed Skins, Trinkets, Candies, and the Candy Bag. Also, Pumpkin Lanterns, Pumpkins, and special Set Pieces can be found scattered around the world.

Players can revisit this event by setting Events to Hallowed Nights in the world creation menu. Halloween-themed event-only skins will be disabled when revisiting the event, and Halloween Trinkets traded to the Pig King will return one Gold Nugget in place of Candies.

Cubic Zirkonia Ball.png Halloween Trinkets

Halloween Trinkets are Halloween exclusive items. They can be found scattered around the world and can be traded with Pig King for 8 Halloween Candies. The Trinkets can also be used as a Catcoon toy. They stack up to 40 items. The following Trinkets are available, and their spawn codes are "trinket_32...37".

In 2017, nine more Trinkets were added to the game. Their spawn codes are "trinket_38...46".

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Hallowed Nights
Hallowed Nights

Halloween Candies are Hallowed Nights exclusive Food items. 5 candies are dropped by Pig King after any valid trade during that time. The Pig King will give out more candy per trade if the player is wearing a costume skin during the event. They restore 0 to 3 HealthMeter.png, 0 to 3 Hunger.png and 0 to 3 Sanity.png when eaten. Candies stack up to 40 items and do not spoil over time. The following Candies are available, and their spawn codes are "halloweencandy_1...11".

In 2017, three more candies were added to the game. Their spawn codes are "halloweencandy_12...14".

Candy Bag.png Candy Bag

Candy Bag
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"Only carries Hallowed Nights goodies."
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Always available
Stores Halloween Candies and Props.
Stacks up to
Does not stack.
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It's some sort of delicious pocket dimension for sugary treats.


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I'm gonna stuff so much candy in there!


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Is little bag for scary goodies!


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It's for putting nice things in...


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A festive bag for seasonal treats.


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That there bag could hold a whole heap of candy.


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That's our sugar-sack.


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That we might carry öur sweetest plunders!


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Treats, treats, treats!


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It's a goodybag.


A Candy Bag works similar to a Backpack and is used to store Halloween Candies and Halloween Trinkets, as well as normal Trinkets. It can be crafted with 6 Cut Grass. A Candy Bag can store up to 20 stacks of Candies and Trinkets.

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  • It is a good idea to trade Halloween Trinkets with the Pig King with several empty Inventory slots, since the Pig King is generally located in a Pig Village and Pigs will try to eat the dropped Halloween Candies when they spot them.

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  • The Monkey Paw, one of the Halloween Trinkets, is a reference to the horror short story The Monkey's Paw by W. W. Jacobs.
  • The Halloween Trinkets and Candies added in 2017 are inspired by Klei Entertainment's other games Griftlands, Hot Lava and Oxygen Not Included.
  • Wigfrid can eat most of the Halloween Candies, but refuses to eat Not-So-Candy Corn, Raisins, "Raisins" and Lava Peppers.
  • Trinket 46 used to be the Duplicated Pumpkin, as seen in the game files from earlier, but it was changed to the Broken Hairdryer upon release.

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