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Dune Splicer

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Dune Splicer
Dune Splicer.png
Drops
Coins7 Silver Coin

The Dune Splicer is a worm-type Hardmode enemy that spawns in the Underground Desert, or on the surface of the Desert during a Sandstorm. It is the Hardmode counterpart of the Tomb Crawler. Like other worms, it moves through blocks and requires them to be able to move.

Parts[edit | edit source]

Dune SplicerDune Splicer Head
Dune Splicer (Head).png
Statistics
TypeBurrowing Enemy
EnvironmentUnderground DesertSandstorm
AI TypeWorm AI
Damage58 / 116
Max Life500 / 1000
Defense18
KB Resist100%
BannerDune Splicer BannerDune Splicer BannerDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Drops
Coins700*7 Silver Coin.png
Dune SplicerDune Splicer Body
Dune Splicer (Body).png
Statistics
TypeBurrowing Enemy
EnvironmentUnderground DesertSandstorm
AI TypeWorm AI
Damage54 / 108
Max Life500 / 1000
Defense28
KB Resist100%
BannerDune Splicer BannerDune Splicer BannerDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Drops
Coins700*7 Silver Coin.png
Dune SplicerDune Splicer Tail
Dune Splicer (Tail).png
Statistics
TypeBurrowing Enemy
EnvironmentUnderground DesertSandstorm
AI TypeWorm AI
Damage50 / 100
Max Life500 / 1000
Defense34
KB Resist100%
BannerDune Splicer BannerDune Splicer BannerDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Drops
Coins700*7 Silver Coin.png

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • This enemy is noticeably larger than other worms, ranging from 12 to 21 segments long.
  • The Dune Splicer is very agile, and can turn very quickly. This can be especially dangerous due to the Dune Splicer's large hitbox.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Dune Splicers may be inspired by the sandworms in the Dune franchise.

History[edit | edit source]