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|Death Rattle||Everything's going to ruin!|
|Description||A bug worse than the mosquito|
|Boss Type||1-Ability Dungeon|
|Part Level||Level 1|
The Catastroflea (Ctenocephalides catastropha) is a boss-monster. It is a 3 ft. tall flea that has bloodshot compound eyes and attracts unwanted guests.
It usually lives near post-disaster sites, ranging from near volcanoes to where heroes have been severely punished by their gods. It has developed a hard shell, making it resistant to sharp things, but not to clubs, insults and the wrath of gods. It's a pretty big pest to kill.
- Summons locusts and mosquitoes
- Slight mastery of radiokinesis
- Intoxicates heroes
- Doesn't like water
- Nice insects (Bees, butterflies, etc.)
- Weak in cold environments
|Insects and Arachnids|
|Insects||Aftermoth • Atheist Mantis • Balding Scentipede • Bloodthirsty Mosquito • Big Bad Bed Bug • Bonfirefly • Bossquito • Catastroflea • Caterpillar of Strength • Chaos Butterfly • Clockroach • 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 • Necromantis • One-Legged Centipede • 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|