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Subtypes[edit | edit source]
Insects split up into several sub-species:
|Istan||Beetle||8, 12 Grub Lance
8, 12 Preying Lance
|Spider||2 Stalking Nephila
15 Stalking Nephila
|Termite||2 Juvenile Bladed Termite
7, 14 Bladed Termite
|Juvenile Termite Leg|
|Kourna||Beetle||20 (26) Veldt Beetle Queen
20 (26) Veldt Beetle Lance
|Spider||20 (26) Veldt Nephila|
|Termite||16, 20 (25, 26) Bladed Veldt Termite|
|Vabbi||Rollerbeetle||20, 24 Rain Beetle
20 Rock Beetle
|The Desolation||Beetle||20 Dune Beetle Queen
20 Dune Beetle Lance
|Dusty Insect Carapace|
|Spider||20 Dune Spider|
|Termite||20 Bladed Dune Termite|
For a list of insects, including bosses, see: Category:Insects
Notes[edit | edit source]
- It is not known whether the insect-like monsters in other campaigns, such as Devourers, Dryders, Mantises, Scarabs and non-Nightfall Spiders are the same species as the insects in Guild Wars Nightfall.
- Tests with Edge of Extinction indicate that Devourers, Dryders, Scarabs and Spiders are four different species.
- Testing with the Insect Hunt bonus indicates that Mandragors are not insects.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The insect species of Guild Wars includes a number of creatures which fit the colloquial definition of 'bug' but do not meet the technical definition of insect.