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|Description||A fuzzy moth with fangs and a half-life of 340,000 years|
|Boss Type||2-Ability Dungeon|
|Part Level||Level 2|
The Aftermoth (postquam papilio) is a boss-monster.
Aftermoths are the size of a human hand and have been mistaken for cute by heroes who aren't paying attention to their surroundings. Attentive Heroes are aware that they are traversing the Radiostagnant Pits, where nothing good happens after 8 o'clock in the morning on Day 1 g.e. Aftermoths ooze radiation from their fur that kills brain cells and all other cells left and right. Except of course the cells of the Aftermoth, which is immune to radiation.
- Reinforced wings makes it impossible to down it.
- Large size let’s it do more damage
FlamesCan be hypnotized with small flames
- Bug zappers
|Insects and Arachnids|
|Insects||Aftermoth • Atheist Mantis • Balding Scentipede • Bloodthirsty Mosquito • Big Bad Bed Bug • Bonfirefly • Bossquito • Catastroflea • Caterpillar of Strength • Chaos Butterfly • Clockroach • Combat Ant • Critical Bug • Dragon-Sized Fly • Effective Butterfly • Forbidden Fruit Fly • Forget-Me Gnat • Gluten Flea • Headless Horsefly • Incendiary Firefly • Jitter Bug • Litter Bug • Love Bug • Margarine Fly • Millennium Bug • Mobile Anthill • Moosequito • Murdersquito • Necromantis • One-Legged Centipede • Parking Cricket • Pollen-Allergic Bee • Radioactive Cockroach • Rigor Mantis • Scentipede • Sci-Fly • Serial Killer Bee • Shoe Hornet • Spelling Bee • Spraying Mantis • Sputterfly • Stomach Bug • Sulphuric Aphid • Tenacious Bee • Thunder Gnat • Very Hungry Caterpillar • Wanna Bee • Wi-Fly • Willy-the-Wasp|
|Arachnids||Anti-Bio-Tick • Arachnophobic Spider • Dyna Mite • Frost Mite • Itsy-Bitsy Spider • Nervous Tick • Praise Spider • Scarepion • Tap-Dancing Spider • Tripodal Spider • Websurfing Spider|