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The Titan Band lets you pick up, carry, and throw other living creatures. The durability is lowered as the band is used to carry mobs. Any damage to you or the mob you are carrying will cause you to drop the mob.
It is noticeable that the mobs you are carrying can't move, but can still attack. Because of this, it is not recommended to pick up Creepers.
It is crafted with a charged Earth Medallion, four leather, and four gold ingots.
If a player is holding a Chicken, no fall damage will be taken by them. This is a reference to the Legend of Zelda where Link is able to glide while holding a Cucco.
- In SMP, you can lift other players. If a player who is currently lifted lifts the original lifter, it will cause a troll physics glitch, where both players will rise into the sky infinitely. The screen may glitch to show that you are flying upwards and return the camera to the original lift position, showing that you are still there. Any coordinate tools will reflect this. Once either player lets go, both will fall down from the current accumulated height. It is possible to re-lift and continue flying upwards while falling down again.
- If you try to pick up a saddled Chocobo, the game will glitch out and the player will teleport very quickly between riding the Chocobo and their original position. There are two ways to fix this. A player may force crash by holding f3 + c (but this will cause the Chocobo to vanish), or right click the Chocobo with either an empty hand or the Titan Band.
- You can enchant the item for free - e.g. unbreaking will extend its life.