Elite Scavenger

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"Elite Scavenger"
Elite Scavenger icon.png
Code name
Food Pips

4 Food pip.png Hunter head.png

DLC icon.png4 Food pip.png Artificer head.png

DLC icon.png2 Food pip.png Gourmand head.png

DLC icon.png1 Food pip.png Spearmaster head.png


Hunter head.png: Chimney Canopy

Artificer head.png: Chimney Canopy, Metropolis, The Exterior

Spearmaster head.png: Chimney Canopy, Garbage Wastes, The Exterior


Elite Scavengers are a more mobile, aggressive, and powerful Scavenger icon.png Scavenger variant added in DLC icon.pngDownpour. Distinguished by their uniquely shaped Vulture Mask icon.png Vulture Masks, they have the ability to leap far distances and spawn with more powerful items, such as Electric Spear icon.png Electric Spears or even Singularity Bomb icon.png Singularity Bombs.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Elite Scavengers are nearly identical to a regular Scavenger, with the notable exception of their eartlers facing downwards. Their masks can be taken by spearing their head and have the same utility as a regular Vulture Mask.

Tips[edit | edit source]

Combat[edit | edit source]

Elite Scavengers are able to throw Spear icon.png Spears at an angle, making them far more difficult to dodge. This gives a large advantage against the Slugcat head.png Slugcat on most terrain. Unlike regular Scavengers, Elite Scavengers usually prefer to wander alone when traveling, making it easier to confront them head-on. Stealth is also quite effective, allowing the player to catch them off-guard.

Taking the Elite Scavenger's ability to leap into account is important when facing them in combat, as regular Scavengers are not able to dodge Spears as easily.

Reputation[edit | edit source]

It is significantly harder to get an Elite Scavenger on your side than a regular Scavenger; they often still try to attack the Slugcat even if the Slugcat has a high reputation with Scavengers.

Evasion[edit | edit source]

Elite Scavenger.gif

Abilities & Behavior[edit | edit source]

Trading[edit | edit source]

Trading with them works identically to regular Scavengers.

Leaping[edit | edit source]

Elite Scavengers perform a brief animation by leaning back before leaping in the direction they're facing. Elite Scavengers are capable of leaping from great heights, able to reach platforms that usually require climbing up with a pole. Elite Scavengers can utilize this significant mobility to their advantage by leaping behind creatures that pose a threat and throwing a Spear upon landing before the creature can react or leaping away from a threat to make some breathing room and recuperate before coordinating their next moves.

Relationships[edit | edit source]

Default relationship Rwtooltip.pngIgnores (0.1)
IgnoresInfant Centipede icon.png Centipede (Infant) (0)  •  Infant Noodlefly icon.png Noodlefly (Infant) (0)
AttacksOverseer icon.png Overseer (1)  •  Inspector icon.png Inspector (1)  •  Firebug icon.png Firebug (1)  •  Yeek icon.png Yeek (0.1)
Afraid ofRot (Brother Long Legs icon.png Brother Long Legs  •  Daddy Long Legs icon.png Daddy Long Legs  •  Mother Long Legs icon.png Mother Long Legs  •  Hunter Long Legs icon.png Hunter Long Legs) (1)  •  Miros Vulture icon.png Miros Vulture (1)  •  King Vulture icon.png King Vulture (0.95)  •  Red Centipede icon.png Red Centipede (0.95)  •  Stowaway icon.png Stowaway (0.9)  •  Vulture icon.png Vulture (0.75)  •  Miros Bird icon.png Miros Bird (0.7)  •  Monster Kelp icon.png Monster Kelp (0.65)  •  Dropwig icon.png Dropwig (0.55)  •  Lizards icon.png Lizards (0.5)  •  Big Spider icon.png Big Spider  •  Spitter Spider icon.png Spitter Spider  •  Mother Spider icon.png Mother Spider (0.45)  •  Centipedes icon.png Centipedes (0.4)  •  Centiwing icon.png Centiwing (0.4)  •  Aquapede icon.png Aquapede (0.4)  •  Pole Plant icon.png Pole Plant (0.3)  •  Giant Jellyfish icon.png Giant Jellyfish (0.2)
UncomfortableGarbage Worm icon.png Garbage Worm (0.8)  •  Snail icon.png Snail (0.6)  •  Adult Noodlefly icon.png Noodlefly (Adult) (0.5)  •  Lantern Mouse icon.png Lantern Mouse (0.1)
Reputation-basedSlugcat head.png Slugcat (1)  •  Slugpup icon.png Slugpup (1)
Considers as its packScavengers (Scavenger icon.png Scavenger Elite Scavenger icon.png Elite Scavenger Chieftain Scavenger icon.png Chieftain Scavenger) (0.5)
Note: They seem to have identical relationships as regular Scavengers.

Variants & Attributes[edit | edit source]

Elitescav2.png Elitescav3.png Elitescav4.png