Strawberry Lizard

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"Strawberry Lizard"
Strawberry Lizard icon.png
Code name
Food Pips

2 Food pip.png Hunter head.png

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

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

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


Saint head.png: Outskirts, Industrial Complex, Garbage Wastes, Chimney Canopy, Pipeyard

Damage Multipliers
Head (Bite)4%
Throat (Bite)60%


Strawberry Lizards, also known as Zoop Lizards, are a new variant of Lizards icon.png Lizard found exclusively in the Downpour DLC. They are exclusive to Saint head.png Saint's campaign unless lineaged. Characterized by their small size and ability to traverse terrain with their long tongue, Strawberry Lizards are fast and deadly.

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Strawberry Lizards are small, scrawny lizards adorned with frills. They have light pink heads with horn-like protrusions. If lineaged, Strawberry Lizards are missing these horns. Strawberry Lizards are one of the few Lizards to have a white body, and have unique frilled tails. Snow can accumulate on their bodies.

Tips[edit | edit source]

A Strawberry Lizard attempting to grab Saint head.png Saint with its tongue.

Combat[edit | edit source]

Strawberry Lizards are slow and clumsy on the ground, and have difficulties climbing poles. Despite this, they pose a significant threat to Slugcat head.png Slugcat due to their long tongue. Unlike other Lizard variants, Strawberry Lizards use their tongue to traverse geometry and pull themselves closer to their target at high speeds. Strawberry Lizards also have the second highest bite lethality chance to the player, at a 65% or 13/20. For this reason, close combat can be risky. Rubbish icon.png Rubbish can be used to stun Strawberry Lizards, and Cherrybomb icon.png Cherrybombs scare them away. Grenade icon.png Grenades and Explosive Spear icon.png Explosive Spears can be used to kill Strawberry Lizards from a distance. Strawberry Lizards can be killed with 3-5 Spear icon.png Spears.

Other Lizards consider Strawberry Lizards prey. Taming another Lizard or luring a Strawberry Lizard near other Lizards may assist the player in killing them.

Stealth[edit | edit source]

Strawberry Lizards have poor hearing, but compensate with both a large field of vision and by moving constantly. This makes them difficult to sneak around, as they can spot Slugcat from far distances. However, Strawberry Lizards may be distracted by other prey, such as Batfly icon.png Batflies. By throwing a Batfly in a Strawberry Lizard's line of sight, they prioritize the Batfly over Slugcat, giving time to escape.

Evasion[edit | edit source]

Strawberry Lizards cannot outpace Slugcat's walking speed without the use of their tongue, and have difficulty traversing uneven terrain and poles. Their tongue attack can be avoided by making note of its wind-up, in which Strawberry Lizards slow down and hiss before attacking. Due to their rarity, it is normally possible to path around them. Taking low-visibility routes can also help avoid them, or moving quickly through the use of movement like slide pouncing.

Abilities & Behavior[edit | edit source]

A Strawberry Lizard grabbing onto background geometry

Grapple Tongue[edit | edit source]

Strawberry Lizards can shoot out their tongue and pull themselves to the location of where it landed, as long as it does not land on a living creature. They use this ability to reach prey by utilizing nearby terrain. Their tongues can also grab onto background walls, meaning even in relatively empty rooms, they can still traverse and hunt. Strawberry Lizards' tongues are the same length as a White Lizard icon.png White Lizard's, and are used similarly. However, instead of pulling prey towards themselves, Strawberry Lizards use their tongues to pull themselves closer to their target. Their tongue attack has a short cooldown.

Taming[edit | edit source]

Strawberry Lizards are relatively easy to tame, taking 1-2 feedings to fully tame. Feeding them dead Batfly icon.png Batflies is the easiest way to tame them.

Strawberry Lizards are very agile and can follow the player into almost every region using their high mobility, though their lack of swimming ability makes them unable to traverse Shoreline and Drainage System. While easily tamed and easy to travel with, their unremarkable strength makes them especially vulnerable to most Lizards icon.png Lizards and other predators.

Relationships[edit | edit source]

Default relationship Rwtooltip.pngIgnores (0)
Wants to eatYeek icon.png Yeek (1)  •  Centipedes icon.png Centipedes (0.8)  •  Scavengers (Scavenger icon.png Scavenger Elite Scavenger icon.png Elite Scavenger Chieftain Scavenger icon.png Chieftain Scavenger) (0.8) Batfly  •  Slugpup icon.png Slugpup (0.5)  •  Eggbug icon.png Eggbug (0.45)  •  Big Spider icon.png Big Spider  •  Spitter Spider icon.png Spitter Spider  •  Mother Spider icon.png Mother Spider (0.35)  •  Lantern Mouse icon.png Lantern Mouse (0.3)  •  Infant Noodlefly icon.png Noodlefly (Infant) (0.3)  •  Adult Noodlefly icon.png Noodlefly (Adult) (0.25)  •  Dropwig icon.png Dropwig (0.2)  •  Hazer icon.png Hazer (0.15)  •  Jetfish icon.png Jetfish (0.1)  •  Squidcada icon.png Squidcada (0.05)  •  Grappling Worm icon.png Grappling Worm (0.025)
Afraid ofLeviathan icon.png Leviathan (1)  •  Rot (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)  •  Inspector icon.png Inspector (1)  •  Red Lizard icon.png Red Lizard (1)  •  Caramel Lizard icon.png Caramel Lizard (1)  •  King Vulture icon.png King Vulture (1)  •  Miros Vulture icon.png Miros Vulture (1)  •  Vulture icon.png Vulture (0.9)  •  Stowaway icon.png Stowaway (0.9)  •  Red Centipede icon.png Red Centipede (0.9)  •  Green Lizard icon.png Green Lizard (0.5)  •  Pink Lizard icon.png Pink Lizard (0.35)  •  Giant Jellyfish icon.png Giant Jellyfish (0.2)  •  Pole Plant icon.png Pole Plant (0.2)  •  Monster Kelp icon.png Monster Kelp (0.2)
Fights for territory withBlue Lizard icon.png Blue Lizard (0.65)  •  Lizards icon.png Lizards (0.1)
Reputation-basedSlugcat head.png Slugcat (0.5)

Variants & Attributes[edit | edit source]

Unlike other Lizard types, Strawberry Lizards have no variation in color, and are always the same pastel pink- specifically #F2BABA. This color may vary due to room lighting, but is not affected by room darkness. Their bodies also have no hue variation, and are always white. Strawberry Lizards in Saint's campaign may have different types of horns on their heads, which can alter from spikes along the top of their heads to spurs on their noses. Additionally, they may have varying types of scales and frills adorning their bodies.

Strawberry Lizards always have the TailTuft cosmetic. They may also have the Cyan Lizard icon.png Cyan Lizard's WingScales cosmetic.

When snow begins to accumulate on a Strawberry Lizard, their pink coloration fades into a dull grey. Once the snow has been shaken off, they return to their usual pink color.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • If Strawberry Lizards are lineaged in other campaigns or spawned in sandbox mode, they lack the distinct tufts of crests on their head. This implies that Strawberry Lizards, as well as other Lizard types present in the Saint campaign, evolved these to adapt to the cold.
  • Almost all Lizards icon.png Lizard types prey on Strawberry Lizards, excluding White Lizard icon.png White Lizards, Cyan Lizard icon.png Cyan Lizards, Salamander icon.png Salamanders, and Eel Lizard icon.png Eel Lizards
  • Strawberry Lizards are the only type of Lizard to eat Batfly icon.png Batflies.
  • The grappling mechanic that Strawberry Lizards employ is likely inspired by the early alphas of Rain World, where in one of the trailers, Rain World Alpha - "Slugcat Life", a White Lizard icon.png White Lizard can be seen doing the same thing.