The Scorpion, later known as the Deathstalker, the Killpion or the Death Scorpion, is a recurring enemy through the entire series. This variant is a yellow-green color with a purple venomous barb on its tail.
Scorpion (Etrian Odyssey)Edit
Scorpions are first encountered on B8F.
- Needle (Uses legs):
- Venom (Uses legs):
Killpion (Etrian Odyssey II)Edit
Killpions are first encountered on 16F.
They are one of the stronger enemies that you encounter on the Petal Bridge.They hit for a good amount of damage and are normally encountered in pairs or even with other monsters.
Their skill, Needle, does more damage than a normal attack and also has a chance of paralyzing the target.
- Needle (Uses ???)
Death Scorpion (Etrian Odyssey III)Edit
Death Scorpions can be found in the 5th Stratum starting on B19F. Their Stone Needle can petrify a single party member.
- Stone Needle (Uses Legs): Damages one target with a chance to petrify.
Deathstalker (Etrian Odyssey IV)Edit
|Resistance||Slash, Pierce, Bash|
Deathstalker is a common spawn in the Valley Spring, Dense Bushland, and bottom floor of Lush Woodlands. It can be very dangerous for new explorers, as it has high resistance to physical attacks and uses the devastating Nerve Stab to paralyze. As it is unable to attack from the back row, it is recommended to defeat them before removing the monsters from the front row.
- Nerve Stab (Uses ???);
Death Scorpion (Etrian Odyssey Untold) Edit
|Items||Iron Shell, Venom Barb|
The Death Scorpion is an enemy that should not be trifled with when first encountered. Not only do they have a high attack and defense, but they can paralyze party members with Numbing Sting. One of their drops, Iron Shell, is required for the completion of the quest 'Request From the Pub II'.
- Numbing Sting (Uses legs, can cause paralysis or poison):
- Primitive Jungle: B7F - B9F
Related Monsters Edit
- Steel Barb
- Jungle Killer