Stingwing darter

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Stingwing darter
EncStingwing02.png
Location(s)Commonwealth
Statistics
Level18
Health65
Perception10
Experience26
Resistances
NormalEnergyRad.Poison
30450200
Combat
Attacks
Melee
30 Normal damage
Special Attacks
Poison
25 Poison damage
BehaviorAttacks on sight
Aggression: Very aggressive: Will attack enemies and neutrals on sight.Icon required.pngIcon required.pngIcon optional.png
Assistance: Helps allies: Will help allies.Icon required.pngIcon optional.png
Confidence: Foolhardy: Will never flee or avoid anyone.Icon required.pngIcon required.pngIcon required.pngIcon required.png
DropsStingwing meat
Variants
Technical
Editor IDEncStingwing02
Form IDFormID: 001423BB
 
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Stingwing darter is a creature in Fallout 4.

Background[edit | edit source]

Main article: Stingwings

The stingwing is a mutated pre-War scorpion fly, a common scavenger and opportunistic carnivore insect. Named after its distinctive tail, which had a tendency to curl upwards much like that of a scorpion, the docile creature was harmless and had no venom. The tail was actually a sexual organ, containing sperm and special anatomic features allowing it to latch onto females. The radiation of the wastelands twisted it into something altogether different, giving it a venomous stinger in place of its genitalia and aggression to match. The stingwing, as it came to be called, became one of the most fiercest insects in the Commonwealth, pursuing prey relentlessly and stinging it to death.[1]

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

Stingwings are particularly aggressive critters, found in the wastelands south of Boston. They are aggressive, dangerous, and attack in swarms while surrounding their prey. The disorienting venom is one of their biggest assets.

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Stingwing darter appears in Fallout 4.

References

  1. Fallout 4 loading screen hints: "The fiercest flying insect in the Commonwealth, the Stingwing strikes relentlessly with its poisoned stinger."