Grounded is an upcoming survival sandbox game from Obsidian, set in someone's back yard. Indeed, in Grounded, you're shrunk down to the size of an ant, and must survive by scavenging items from your surroundings, or "borrowed" from your vanquished (vanqsquished?) enemies.
Here is a growing list of all the mobs and critters we've found in Grounded so far.
A microscopic struggle for survival
It's a big world out there
Grounded is Obsidian Entertainment's latest title, offering a unique survival experience where the player is the size of an ant, and everything in the backyard wants to make you its next meal.
Grounded Passive mobs
Passive mobs in Grounded are usually small and fearful critters that flee on-sight, or will attempt to flee if you try to attack them. Others are simply helpless, and can be smushed for materials and often food as well.
Grounded Neutral mobs
Neutral mobs aren't aggressive, but will attack if you upset them. Some even link up with other friends, leading to sticky situations potentially. Be careful if you plan to engage!
|Worker Ant||Worker ants can be seen all over the place, attacking other insects for food, and farming honeydew. These bugs can be found all over the place.
Loot: Ant Parts, Ant Mandibles
|Ladybug||Ladybugs roam around, knocking down grass stems and munching on aphids. They're pretty nasty if you upset them, though, so be weary. You can find them near the pond at the oak tree, but they roam all over.|
Grounded Aggressive mobs
Aggressive mobs are the ones that are truly nasty, and must be avoided if you don't wish to end up in a bitter fight to the death. Some are easier to kill than others. Mites and Gnats are aggressive, but are squishy as heck. On the other side of the spectrum, Wolf Spiders will ruin your day if you hang around for too long. For the bigger critters, you may need higher level weapons and armor.
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