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Desert spider

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Desert spider
beast

PE2 Desert Spider.png

Basic Information round.svg
Family
Level
9
Health
132 Endurance
Accuracy
62 Accuracy
Damage
14-17 Pierce
Attributes
Might
16
Perception
18
Constitution
15
Intellect
8
Dexterity
14
Resolve
15
Defenses
Deflection
54 Deflection
Reflex
68 Reflex
Fortitude
56 Fortitude
Will
50 Will
AR
7
AR Burn
999
AR Crush
7
AR Corrode
7
AR Pierce
11
AR Freeze
0
AR Slash
5
AR Shock
7
Special
Ability
Resistance
Loot

Desert spider is a creature in Pillars of Eternity II: Deadfire.

Description[edit | edit source]

Items in italics are quoted directly from the game.
Enormous and hostile spiders come in a terrifying array of shapes, sizes, and colors throughout the islands of the Deadfire. Much more aggressive than their tiny kin, these giants actively seek out human and animal prey. Even the weakest of them, the spear spider, can easily kill a grown kith if the victim is unprepared. Though the spear spider lacks a poisonous bite, its piercing legs, from which its name is derived, can inflict terrible wounds, even through armor.

More deadly than spear spiders are ivory spinners and widowmakers, both of which possess horrific, poisonous bites. The ivory spinner also has the ability to fire webbing at its prey, slowing it down. Widowmakers do not cast webs, but their poison is extraordinarily toxic.

Seldom seen outside of the most remote locations, the fabled crystal-eaters are enormous and powerful, possessing magical abilities some wizards believe have been developed through the consumption of adra and enchanted gemstones. In addition to their ability to raise a field of deadly crystal spikes, the venom of a crystal-eater will temporarily turn a victim's flesh and blood to stone. Subsequent attacks by the crystal-eater on a petrified foe are quickly fatal.

Encounters[edit | edit source]

Other variants