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Giant worm

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Giant worm
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Giant Worm with mouth wide open
Overview
TypeGreat Sandworm
Statistics
SizeColossal
StanceVery Aggresive
SpeedSlow

The Great Sandworm (Often referred to as 'Indlewrath') is an alien encountered in Osiris: New Dawn.

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Upon entering certain craters, all of which are named, there's a chance that the worm will be triggered. It's relatively easy to avoid being hit by the worm.

Once activated, a deep lengthy rumbling will begin shortly before it (the worm) emerges, once it does, however far away from you that it requires to complete an arc and land right on top of you is precisely the distance from which it will surface. Initially it will be aiming for where you were when it surfaced, however as it progresses into the air and begins to curve downwards, the worm will slightly pull to whichever direction you head.

Sprinting towards the worm, instead of away from it, while using your jump jets so far seems to be the easiest and most effective way to dodge the worm's landing, when using the jump jets, it is recommended that you holster your current item.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

Even flying above craters can sometimes trigger the Worm's wrath.

Location[edit | edit source]

The giant worm appears in certain craters scattered around the map.

Known craters:[edit | edit source]
  • Bunmar
  • Ezekiel
  • Abaddon
  • Willemsen
  • Denia
  • Chau

Or above the desert while flying in a spaceship.

Characteristics[edit | edit source]

The giant worm appears to be covered in rock-like spikes. Shortly after launching itself into the air, the mouth of the worm splits open into thirds, revealing a lengthy tongue-like appendage.

Origin[edit | edit source]

Indlewrath is the last of the Great Sandworms that riddled Proteus 2 for hundreds of thousands of years. Though not as large as many of its predecessors, Indlewrath dominated the moon alone for centuries, lurking both beneath and above ground.