Greater voider

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greater voider
Greater voider.png
Level:
27
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ST:
32
Strength: 32range: 27-38
AG:
30
Agility: 30range: 24-37
QN:
100
Quickness: 100
TO:
17
Toughness: 17range: 16-18
WI:
12
Willpower: 12range: 9-15
MS:
100
Movespeed: 100
IN:
12
Intelligence: 12range: 9-15
EG:
12
Ego: 12range: 9-15
MA:
1
Mental Armor: 1range: 0-3
toggle detailed stats
ST:
32
Strength: 32range: 27-38
AG:
30
Agility: 30range: 24-37
QN:
100
Quickness: 100
TO:
17
Toughness: 17range: 16-18
WI:
12
Willpower: 12range: 9-15
MS:
100
Movespeed: 100
IN:
12
Intelligence: 12range: 9-15
EG:
12
Ego: 12range: 9-15
MA:
1
Mental Armor: 1range: 0-3
Acid
Res:
15
Elec
Res:
15
Cold
Res:
15
Heat
Res:
15
Character

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ID?Use this ID to Wish for greater voider

Greater Voider

Faction

arachnids (Loved100 Reputation)

Demeanor

neutral

Gender

neuter

Inventory
Inventory
Skills
Skills
Mutations
Mutations
Corpse Dropped

Corpse1.pnggreater voider corpse (15%)

Experience?The XP granted when killed. Click
"toggle detailed stats" above for
a level-based breakdown.

675 XP

XP Tier

5

Role

Brute


Extra info:

Limbs* (Spider): * Excludes limbs granted via mutations
greater voider

Evolutionary pressures have reshaped the anatomy of the voider: fangs have descended from its basal segment, the arciform chambers of its shunting gland have fractalized, and its frame has grown an order of magnitude to match the predatory potency of its other advantages.

Perfect

The greater voider is a creature belonging to the arachnids faction. Greater voiders can be found underground in tier 6 zones.[1]

Unlike Voider.pngvoiders, greater voiders are aggressive and will pursue their targets instead of fleeing. They attack in melee with their \bite, a natural short blade weapon that deals ♥4d34-12 (Avg: 8) damage.[2] Upon hitting with their bite, greater voiders will teleport both their target and themselves to their lair, regardless of whether or not the attack successfully penetrated. This cannot occur if there is no lair within the current zone, or if the target is already within the lair.[3][4]

While idle, greater voiders will occasionally spin Web.pngwebs with their Spider Webs mutation, which they possess at level 8.[2] This mutation grants a greater voider the "Spin Webs" activated ability, which allows it to create webs in tiles it moves into. Each use of Spin Webs will allow a greater voider to create 4 webs. Spider Webs also makes greater voiders immune to becoming stuck, whether it be in webs or in any other sticky substance, such as Asphalt.pngasphalt.[5]

Upon death, greater voiders have a 15% chance to drop a Corpse1.pnggreater voider corpse. This corpse can be butchered to produce one Voider gland.pngvoider gland.[2]

Greater Voider Lair

An example of a greater voider lair, including corpse with loot.

When a greater voider is spawned, their "lair" is also generated somewhere in the same zone. This lair is distinct from the lairs of legendary creatures, and is a simple rectangular room with walls made of Shale.pngshale and no exits. Bones.pngbones and Web.pngwebs will be scattered throughout. If there are multiple greater voiders in the same zone, they each will usually have their own lair; however, sometimes multiple voiders will share a single lair.

Each lair has a 10% chance to spawn with a greater voider's previous victim, which will be a random humanoid corpse.[4] On this corpse will be the following items:

  • a random melee weapon (95% chance)
  • 0-2 random armor pieces (95% chance)
  • 0-4 assorted items

The tier of these items will depend on the tier of the zone the lair was spawned in.[1]

References

This information is reliable as of patch 2.0.201.73.
  1. 1.0 1.1 PopulationTables.xml
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 ObjectBlueprints.xml
  3. XRL.World.Parts.GreaterVoiderBite
  4. 4.0 4.1 XRL.World.Parts.GreaterVoider
  5. XRL.World.Parts.Mutation.SpiderWebs