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This must be the work of an unseen hand.


The Stagehand is a naturally spawning object in Don't Starve Together, introduced in A New Reign. It spawns in a circle of 5 Roses. The Stagehand seems to have something moving under it resembling a Shadow Hand. At night, the creature's legs creep out from under the table and search for a light source in its vicinity, where it will proceed to follow said light source while playing a soft chime. The Stagehand will only be attracted to sources that produce fire, like Campfires and Torches. Once it finds a valid light source, it will sit back down. If it is currently sitting near a light source, and the player goes to sleep nearby, the Stagehand may stand back up for some reason, though it will not move. If the player gets too close to the table when it is visible at night, the creature will go back under the table. Characters have different quotes when the "creature" is standing.

The Stagehand cannot be destroyed, but hammering it 86 times (requiring 1.72 Hammers) will make it drop an End Table Blueprint (which can be dropped multiple times), used to craft the End Table. However, the count will reset if 15 seconds pass between two Hammer strikes in the same way HP of Fences, Chests and other buildings resets 15 seconds after being struck.

If the Stagehand starts burning, or if it gets close to a fire, a Shadow Hand will come out from under the tablecloth to extinguish the flames.

End Table

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Little flowers are weak, but look nice.


The End Table is a structure that looks exactly like the Stagehand, except it excludes the shadow legs and is completely static.

Unlike the Stagehand, the End Table is craftable, and can be either burnt down, turning into Ashes, or hammered to drop half of its crafting items. The player can place any kind of Flower in the vase on the table. This includes Lune Tree Blossoms, Light Bulbs, Glow Berries and Forget-Me-Lots. Doing so will grant the player 5 Sanity, but only for the first flower or when replacing a withered flower. Placed Light Bulbs and Glow Berries provide light, but will wilt after 10 days. The other flowers won't wilt unless the End Table catches fire.

There are eight variaties of Flowers, three variaties of Light Bulbs, and two varieties of Forget-Me-Lots that show up in the vase when the player decorates the structure using the corresponding items.

Prickly Stagehand

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Something's odd here, but I can't put my finger on it.

Wilson, when examining a sitting Prickly Stagehand

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Just keep your hand to yourself, alright?

Wilson, when examining a standing Prickly Stagehand

The Prickly Stagehand is a natural structure generated in the world of Don't Starve Together, added in A Little Drama update. It's a Stagehand variant that appears near the stage.

Unlike the normal Stagehand, Prickly Stagehands do not move. However, if it is attacked by a player or a player is attacked by someone during the performance, then the Stagehand will start attacking them. It creates a spiked shadow arm that is cast on the surface like a shadow, which reaches out to to attack its target. Periodically, it will get up before the next attack and start walking.

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  • Due to his tool durability perk added with his rework, Wes is the most adept survivor in getting the blueprint for The End Table, being able to hit the Stagehand 85 times without completely using up one hammer.
  • The End Table can be used as an efficient light source since it can give out light for two nights with a single Glow Berry or a Light Bulb.
  • The End Table can't be destroyed by Werepigs, Hounds and most hostile creatures and even bosses, which makes it a perfect, albeit expensive way of protecting Moon Stone or any other valuable asset.
  • To get a wilted flower the End Table can be set on fire, which can be then extinguished with a Watering Can.

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  • Stagehand and End Tables were introduced in the A Little Fixer Upper update.
  • When the Stagehand was first added to the game, it could be destroyed with a Hammer for 2 Nightmare Fuel, 1 Marble, and 1 Petals.
  • In Reap What You Sow, the wilt time of flower was increased from 2.5 days to 10 days.
    • This was changed in a hotfix shortly after the release of the Host of Horrors update to only affect Light Bulbs and Glow Berries.
  • The ability to change the skin of the Stagehand with the Clean Sweeper was added in the Waterlogged update.
  • Depending on which direction second Stagehand goes, its facial expression changes due to the position of the vase.

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