Hello there! We are conducting a survey to better understand the user experience in making a first edit. If you have ever made an edit on Gamepedia, please fill out the survey. Thank you!
Health is a value determining the hit points of a dwarf, creature or amount restored/lost.
There's currently three hit point types:
- Health - main hit points of a dwarf or creature, once this is depleted the dwarf will be incapacitated or the creature killed.
- Shield - protective hit points for the dwarves which can fully regenerate passively, shield protects health points until depleted.
- Armor - protective hit points for creatures which ignore any bonus weak point damage, armor protects health points until depleted and doesn't regenerate.
Dwarves[edit | edit source]
Each class currently shares the same health and shield count.
|Dwarf with Overcharger upgrade||110||30|
|Dwarf with Healthy upgrade||130||25|
|Dwarf with one armor mastery||115||25|
|Dwarf with all armor masteries||125||25|
|Dwarf with Red Rock Blaster buff||143||25|
|Dwarf with Overcharger upgrade, all armor masteries and Red Rock Blaster buff||162||30|
|Dwarf with Healthy upgrade, all armor masteries and Red Rock Blaster buff||188||25|
For more detail about armor upgrades please see their respective Armor pages
Incapacitation[edit | edit source]
Once a dwarf's health reaches zero, they will become incapacitated.
Incapacitated dwarves are unable to move or use any of their equipment. They will remain in the same location they were originally incapacitated. An incapacitated dwarf must be rescued by either a teammate or Bosco depending on the mode they are playing. When playing in a team of players, the game will end immediately after all the players have been incapacitated.
To revive an incapacitated teammate, a player must walk up to them and hold the Activate button. After a short duration, the incapacitated dwarf will be revived with 40% of their overall health pool. The revive can only be interrupted by the savior becoming incapacitated themselves, or being grabbed by a Cave Leech, Mactera Grabber or attacked by a Nayaka Trawler, Q'ronar Shellback, Q'ronar Youngling.
Downed players can press the Shout button to call for help. They can also view their teammates in a third person perspective.
Creatures[edit | edit source]
Creatures have their own individual hit points, although their damage resistance may change depending on the Hazard Level. Below creature base health values will be displayed with no damage resistances applied.
|Glyphid Bulk Detonator||4000||-|
|Glyphid Web Spitter||40||-|
|Glyphid Acid Spitter||120||-|
|Mactera Goo/Ice Bomber||500||-|
|Glyphid Brood Nexus||1800||-|
Healing Sources[edit | edit source]
There's a few ways the dwarves can restore any of their missing health and/or shield.
|Mining Red Sugar||+1-60||-|
|Claiming a Resupply Rack from a Resupply Pod||+50%||-|
|Inside a Shield Generator's bubble||-||+10/s|
|Mining Red Sugar with Sweet Tooth Perk equipped||+1-72||-|
|Melee killing a medium-sized creature with Vampire Perk equipped||+2-5||-|
Regenerative[edit | edit source]
These are meant to regenerate a certain amount of missing health or shield passively (or upon revival).
|Dropping below 15% health, then avoiding damage for 10 seconds||Health regenerates up to 15% of maximum within ? seconds when the hazard level is below 5|
|Receiving damage, then avoiding damage for 7 seconds||Shield regenerates up to 100% of maximum within 6 seconds|
|Being revived||Health is restored to ~20% of maximum|
|Being revived on Hazard 5||Health is restored to ~5% of maximum|