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How to Kill Spiders for Grounded


How to Kill Spiders

In Grounded there are two types of spiders, an Orb Weaver and a Wolf spider. Orb Weavers have yellow patterned abdomens and skinny legs while the Wolf spiders have big hairy legs and brown striped, they are also much larger. Some Spiders sleep during the day while others at night, if while exploring you hear a strange noise it will more than likely be a snoring spider. If you crouch and move slowly you should be able to get past it without waking it up.

Each type of spider has a different attack pattern, Orb Weavers attempt to web and bite you which you can avoid by strafing sideways while Wolf spiders will jump up for a dive-bomb attack which you can either block or run away out of range. Early in the game you should give Wolf spiders a wide berth as their attacks can kill you in one hit or heavily damage basic armour. If you plan on taking a spider down it is essential you have a good weapons and armour.

To kill a spider you will need a two-handed weapon like the Ant Mallet which will stun them if you hit them three or four times on the head. When a spider is temporarily stunned you will be able to either get a few free hits or charge up your attacks. You need to keep repeating this process until the spider is dead. Don't forget to loot the spider once you have killed it as you will be able to harvest their parts to make strong weapons and armour.

How to Kill Spiders

Added By Dennis
Sep 16th 2020, ID#312| REPORT
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