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Fungus Bogs

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Fungus Bogs
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Details
Rock Hardness 2 (Medium)
Crafting
Materials
Croppa Croppa (Abundant)
Jadiz Jadiz (Scarce)
Unique Hazard(s) Poison Spore Fungus, Sticky Goo
We're almost sorry to send employees in here, but the rewards are too great to ignore. So therefore: welcome to the Fungus Bogs! A truly awful region, built mostly from slime, mold, stinging insects, fungus, stinking mud, and corrosive lichen.
~ Ingame description

The Fungus Bogs is one of the biomes of Hoxxes IV, located in the central-south of the planet. They are made up of large caverns filled with different kinds of Xenofungi, which may range in size from small to extremely large. Larger Xenofungi are big enough to be used as platforms.

Hazards[edit | edit source]

There are two biome-specific hazards for the Fungus Bogs.

  1. Poison Fungus Spores, medium-sized mushrooms that release poisonous vapors, damaging dwarves who get too close.
  2. Sticky Goo, a deep-green bubbly goo which can cover large areas of the floor, dramatically slowing movement of any dwarf or enemy walking across it.

Like other biomes, the Fungus Bogs have Explosive Plants, which explode violently when sufficiently damaged. The explosions are able to trigger other nearby explosive plants, which may then cause a deadly chain-reaction.

Enemies[edit | edit source]

All enemies can be encountered in the Fungus Bogs, including Spitball Infectors. Cave Leeches are rare. Like in all biomes, Glyphid Dreadnoughts are encountered in Elimination missions.

Biome Features[edit | edit source]

Item Type Description
Functional
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Glow Tree
Supportive Trees with various bioluminescent bulbs at the end of its branches. The bulbs will shed a purple light on the surrounding area if they are shot or hit with a pickaxe.
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Steam Geyser
Hazardous/Supportive Rocky geysers which periodically spray hot gas and liquid, propelling dwarves in its faced direction (usually upwards.) If destroyed they will explode violently, dealing large amounts of damage to any enemy or dwarf nearby.
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Exploding Plant
Hazardous/Supportive Glowing plants of varying size that explode violently when damaged. The larger the plant, the less damage needed to detonate it and the larger the explosion.
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Sticky Goo
Hazardous/supportive Thick bubbly green gunk. Slows down any dwarves or glyphids attempting to pass through it. it also reduces fall damage if landed on.
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Poison Fungus Spores
Hazardous Releases harmful green lingering vapors when a dwarf gets too close, causing damage over time. They also release vapors when destroyed.
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Glyphid Eggs
Hazardous Glyphid Swarmers burst out if an egg is damaged. Random chance all the nearby eggs will burst as well.
Vegetation
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Blue Plateau Xenofungus
Neutral Large, flat, plate-shaped fungus that grow out of the walls and can support a dwarf's weight.
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Tall Helmet Xenofungus
Neutral Tall fungus with an irregular texture that are often surrounded by smaller iterations of themselves.
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Grey Bell Xenofungus
Neutral Tall fungus that are grey and black and are often surrounded by smaller iterations of themselves.
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Brown Puffball Fungus
Neutral Tall and chunky fungus that are brown with purple gasses emitting from the largest in the family.
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Hanging Grassy Vines
Neutral Masses of grassy material that hang down from the roof and obstruct vision.
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Rare Glowing Xenofungus
Neutral Rare xenofungus. Glows blue in the darkness, making it easy to spot.