Milkyway Weaver

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Milkyway Weaver
Milkyway Weaver.png
Statistics
TypeBurrowing Enemy
EnvironmentLunar Events
AI TypeWorm AI
Damage80 / 160
Max Life1200 / 2400
Defense10
Immune toAll debuffs
BannerMilkyway Weaver BannerMilkyway Weaver BannerDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version

The Milkyway Weaver is a Hardmode, post-Lunatic Cultist, worm enemy spawned by the Stardust Pillar during the Lunar Events. It is similar to the Solar Pillar's Crawltipede, in that it is completely unaffected by gravity and floats freely through the air. However, it is much smaller than the Crawltipede, targets players anywhere instead of only in the air, and rather than its tail, its head is its only vulnerable part.

Parts[edit | edit source]

Milkyway WeaverMilkyway Weaver Head
Milkyway Weaver (Head).png
Statistics
TypeBurrowing Enemy
EnvironmentLunar Events
AI TypeWorm AI
Damage80 / 160
Max Life1200 / 2400
Defense10
KB Resist100%
Immune toAll debuffs
BannerMilkyway Weaver BannerMilkyway Weaver BannerDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Milkyway WeaverMilkyway Weaver Body
Milkyway Weaver (Body).png
Statistics
TypeBurrowing Enemy
EnvironmentLunar Events
AI TypeWorm AI
Damage80 / 160
Max Life1200 / 2400
Defense10
KB Resist100%
Immune toAll debuffs
BannerMilkyway Weaver BannerMilkyway Weaver BannerDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version
Milkyway WeaverMilkyway Weaver Tail
Milkyway Weaver (Tail).png
Statistics
TypeBurrowing Enemy
EnvironmentLunar Events
AI TypeWorm AI
Damage80 / 160
Max Life1200 / 2400
Defense10
KB Resist100%
Immune toAll debuffs
BannerMilkyway Weaver BannerMilkyway Weaver BannerDesktop VersionConsole VersionMobile Version

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Unlike all other worm enemies, whose segments are rigidly attached together, Milkyway Weavers' segments are connected loosely and will space out further the faster the enemy is moving.

History[edit | edit source]