The Snatcher is rooted to the ground, but resides in the background. It is therefore able to move through walls, and is immune to knockback. Players should be cautious in the Jungle, as a hidden Snatcher can catch them by surprise. While they are weaker than Man Eaters, they still hit quite hard and should not be underestimated. Caution should be advised even when the player seems to be out of the Snatcher's reach, as they can extend their stems and thus improve their reach rapidly.
The Old-gen console version, Mobile version, and of Terraria also feature the Dragon Snatcher, which is stronger by a good amount, making surface areas extremely dangerous for low-level characters. version
Differences from Man Eaters[edit | edit source]
- The Snatcher's body color is a green vine, as opposed to the brown/pinkish vine of the Man Eater's. The 'head' of a Man Eater also has a red tinge along the jaw.
- Snatchers don't drop Vines or Ancient Cobalt armor, whereas Man Eaters do.
- Snatchers can extend their stems only about half as far as Man Eaters.
- Snatchers spawn in surface Jungle biomes as opposed to Underground Jungle biomes. Man Eaters begin spawning between 700 to 1,000 feet below 0 depth, depending on the world size.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- Mining the block that a Snatcher is rooted on kills it instantly; however, this method of dispatching a Snatcher never yields any dropped items.
History[edit | edit source]
- Desktop 1.3.5: Sprite updated.
- Desktop 184.108.40.206: Can now drop its own respective banner.
- Desktop 1.0.6:
- Life reduced from 100 to 60.
- Snatchers are now drawn above tiles rather than behind them.
- AI changed: they now extend their stems at random, rather than when the player is moving rapidly.
- Desktop 1.0.5:
- They now pass through blocks.
- Now immune to knockback.
- No longer extend their stems when struck.
- Desktop 1.0.4: Introduced.
- Console-Release: Introduced.
- Mobile-Release: Introduced.
- 3DS-Release: Introduced.