Endrega warrior

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In The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt[edit | edit source]

Endrega warrior
Tw3 journal endregawarrior.png
Details
Class
Insectoid
Variations
Endrega drone
Endrega worker
Occurrence
Forests
Vulnerable to
Golden oriole potions
Insectoid oils
Tactics
Sweeps its tail, and pounces on the enemy causing them to get stunned — both of which infects the enemy with venom.
Loot
Endrega armor plates
Endrega heart
Venom extract
Chitinous shell
Monster blood
Monster saliva
Monster tooth

Bestiary entry[edit | edit source]

Scared of these endregas, are you? Just wait till you see the warriors.
— Klaus Altman, forester
Endless waves of endrega workers are enough to overcome most attackers, but when confronting more dangerous foes, endrega colonies unleash their larger, stronger members — the so-called warriors. This caste lives only to fight, and gets ample opportunity to do so while defending the colony's borders or conquering new territory.
An endrega warrior's main weapon is its long tail, which is tipped with a club-like growth and spiked with venomous quills. Powerful abdominal muscles allow it to swing this tail with enough force to kill most lesser opponents in one blow.
Endrega warriors also use their mass and strength as a weapon by charging their opponents in an attempted to knock them over. As invertebrates with sectioned carapaces, endrega warriors do not bleed profusely, yet recoil in great pain when hit with a blade coated in insectoid oil.

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In The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings[edit | edit source]

Endrega warrior
Tw2 Endrega warrior.png
Details
Class
Insectoid
Occurrence
Forests
Immunity
Poison
Susceptibility
Signs
Insectoid oil
Silver sword
Tactics
climbing down suddenly from trees
Crafting/Alchemy
Endrega embryo
Endrega hide
Endrega jaw
Endrega saliva
Endrega teeth
Endrega venom
Other loot
Endrega trophy

Endrega warriors have the longest tails of any of the endregas.

Warriors cease giving XP when killed from Level 13 onwards.

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