Lethal Company: list of all monsters
Tons of monsters and creepy crawlies wander the world of Lethal Company. If you know their abilities and characteristics, you will have a high chance of surviving encounters. This guide will provide players with a list of all the monsters in the game, their appearance, and how to kill them.
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Lethal Company Monster Category
There are three monster categories in Lethal Company. Their type can indicate more info about them, such as spawn rate and aggressiveness. Here are all the monster categories in Lethal Company:
Outdoor monsters dominate the terrain in Lethal Company and are scattered across all game zones. When confronted individually, they’re relatively simple to dispatch. However, they pose a considerable threat when they attack you in droves. They have the highest spawn rates among all the categories so players will encounter them the most.
Indoor monsters are less common and confine themselves to specific locations within the game. They are less aggressive than their outdoor counterparts, but they inhabit enclosed spaces, making them hard to fight. Most of these monsters are dangerous, which balances out the fact that they have a low spawn rate.
Nighttime Outdoor Monsters
Nighttime outdoor monsters are the rarest breed in Lethal Company. They only appear solely in outdoor locales after dark. Their spawn rate is the lowest, so you are only likely to encounter them if you are actively looking for them. They are highly aggressive and hard to spot because darkness obscures them, making them the most challenging to fight among all the monster categories.
List of All Lethal Company Monsters
Outside Daytime Monsters
These massive insects dominate the daylight skies, and you can quickly identify them by their vibrant green bodies and red wings. Despite their size, they’re generally peaceful and only attack if provoked. Defeating them gives you valuable locust meat, which is crucial for crafting.
These fearsome creatures wander in dark caves and deserted structures. They are seen sporting scorpion-like features, lion’s heads, and barbed tails. They’re highly aggressive and will relentlessly attack intruders. Glowing eyes and tails signal their presence, warning intrepid explorers. Fire-based weapons prove most effective against them, and victory grants precious manticore hide, essential for crafting powerful gear.
These tiny glowing insects are attracted to electricity and frequent areas with electrical devices. They are generally inactive and will only attack when provoked. Their buzzing and luminescence serve as warnings. Fighting them poses minimal risk, and you can use their presence to find nearby essential electrical resources.
These creatures with baboon heads and sharp talons can typically be found perched on high places while searching for prey. They have keen senses that make them hard to approach, and their aggressive nature leads to devastating attacks from above. Shotguns or accurate ranged strikes are effective against them. They drop rare baboon feathers, valuable for crafting unique items.
These bugs are small insect-like creatures, usually gathering valuables in dim corners, adorned with shiny trinkets. They appear moderately and are generally non-aggressive unless provoked. Their metallic bodies reflect light, which makes them more visible in the dark. They can be killed with any weapon but are especially susceptible to fire-based attacks. Defeating them yields various items they’ve hoarded.
These tiny parasitic creatures are commonly lurking in shadows. They are highly aggressive and have a high spawn rate. A faint buzzing sound and a red glow indicate their presence. They are incredibly vulnerable to insecticides and drop blood essence when defeated.
These chameleon-like creatures blend into their surroundings and are covered in glowing fungi. They have a medium spawn rate and are only aggressive if approached closely. They are visible in the dark due to their luminous fungi but can camouflage themselves in light. Spore Lizards are vulnerable to ice-based attacks and drop bioluminescent spores when defeated.
These aquatic creatures dwell in the flooded sections of the complex. Their bodies are covered in a thick layer of slime and have a low spawn rate. Hygroderes are not aggressive unless disturbed or threatened. Their slimy bodies give off a faint luminescence, which makes them easier to spot in dark underwater environments. You can kill Hydrogeres with any weapon, but they are particularly susceptible to lightning-based attacks. Defeating them drops a small amount of bio-electric gel, a valuable resource for crafting electronic devices.
These massive, eight-legged creatures lurk in the dark corners of the bunkers, their bodies covered in a thick layer of chitin. Their spawn rate is very low, and they are highly aggressive, attacking anything that enters their territory. Their glowing eyes and large size make them easy to spot in the dark. Players can kill Bunker spiders with any weapon but they’re particularly vulnerable to explosives or heavy weapons. Defeating them yields a large amount of chitin\.
Flower Man (Bracken)
The Flower Man, also known as Bracken, is a hulking creature with a plant-like body covered in vibrant foliage and sharp thorns that usually emerge from the underground depths. It has a low spawn rate and is not inherently aggressive unless threatened or provoked. A faint rustling sound and a sweet floral scent often indicate his presence. You can kill Flower Man with any weapon, but he is particularly vulnerable to fire-based attacks. Defeating him yields a small amount of bioluminescent spores and pollen.
These massive, mechanical creatures patrol the corridors of the complex. Their heavy footsteps cause tremors that can shake the foundations of the structure. Thumpers’ spawn rate is moderate and highly aggressive, as they will attack anything that crosses their path. Their imposing size and rhythmic thudding make them easy to spot, even in the dark. Thumpers can be killed with any weapon, but they are particularly susceptible to explosives or heavy weapons. Defeating them yields a large amount of scrap metal, a valuable resource for crafting various items.
Coil Heads can easily be spotted in dark corners, with their heads replaced by a mass of pulsating energy coils. Their spawn rate is medium, and they are moderately aggressive. They will attack players who approach too closely. Their glowing coils emit a faint hum and a soft glow, making them easy to spot in the dark. Coil-Heads can be killed with any weapon but are particularly vulnerable to electrical attacks. Defeating them yields a small amount of charged capacitors, a valuable resource for crafting electronic devices.
With their painted faces and tattered costumes, Jesters are mischievous creatures roam the complex, playing tricks and leading unsuspecting players astray. Their spawn rate is high, and they are not inherently aggressive but can be unpredictable in their actions. Their distinctive attire and playful demeanor make them easy to spot, even in the dark. Jesters can be killed with any weapon but are particularly susceptible to melee attacks. Defeating them yields a small amount of prank items, which are used to cause chaos and confusion among other players.
Ghost Girl (Girl in the Red Dress)
The Ghost Girl is an elusive and ethereal creature known as the Girl in the Red Dress. She glides through the complex and leaves behind a trail of cold air and whispers. While her spawn rate is low, her presence can be unsettling. Her red dress and shimmering form make her easy to spot in the dark, but she can also vanish into thin air without warning. The Ghost Girl cannot be killed, but interacting with her can lead to unique rewards or hidden areas within the complex.
Outside Nighttime Monsters
These enigmatic creatures are guardians of the ancient forests and are rarely seen by human eyes. They are tall and slender, with bodies covered in moss and bark and their faces hidden beneath a veil of leaves and vines. Their spawn rate is extremely low, and they are not inherently aggressive, as they only attack those who threaten the forest. Their presence can be felt in the rustling of leaves, the whispering of the wind, and the gentle sway of the trees. Those who deeply understand nature and its intricate workings can only attack Forest Keepers. Defeating them yields a small amount of ancient bark, a rare resource for crafting powerful items that resonate with the natural world.
An unknown force has twisted these monstrous creatures, their eyes replaced with empty sockets that exude eerie darkness. They roam the forests in packs, guided by a heightened sense of smell and hearing. Their spawn rate is moderate and highly aggressive, attacking anything that enters their territory. Their guttural growls and the stench of decay mark their presence. Eyeless Dogs can be killed with any weapon but are particularly vulnerable to fire-based attacks. Defeating them yields a small amount of cursed hide, a resource for crafting items that harness the power of darkness.
This colossal creature slumbers deep beneath the forest’s surface. It is said to be as large as a mountain, with a body covered in rocky formations and its movements causing tremors that shake the very ground. Its spawn rate is extremely low and not inherently aggressive. Its presence is felt in the shifting of rocks, the rumbling of the earth, and the faint tremors reverberating through the ground. Earth Leviathan can only be harmed by those who understand the elemental forces. Defeating it yields a small amount of primal earth essence, a rare resource for crafting powerful items that resonate with the earth’s power.
Tip: It is best to avoid encounters to ensure your survival. However, you should stand your ground if you know it is impossible to escape. Make sure you are equipped with the appropriate weapons, depending on your area.