Tarantula is an enemy in Final Fantasy XV fought when summoned by arachnes and ariadnes. They can also be fought on their own during the main quest The Power of Kings. When summoned by an elder spider-type daemon, tarantulas die when their summoner is defeated. They are unremarkable enemies and more of a distraction and a nuisance than anything else. They are weak to daggers, firearms, fire and light. They are small and slow, and crawl along the ground and can jump with the aid of a lightning strike.

Bestiary[edit | edit source]

Alpha
Tiny trench-dweller found in Keycatrich. Its solitary tendencies make it a low-risk bounty, and one often preferred by hunters for their first kill.
Size: 3.87 ft. Weight: 49.8 lb.
Beta
Daemon-spawn of the arachne born ready for battle. Individually, the hatchlings are less imposing than their full-grown brethren, but the presence of their mother seems to grant them some inexplicable edge.
Size: 3.77 ft. Weight: 47.9 lb.
Gamma
The hatchlings of the ariadne bear a near-identical resemblance to their arachne-born cousins, save for the notable difference that these daemon spiderlings draw even greater power from their parent.
Size: 4.06 ft. Weight: 54.6 lb.


Stats[edit | edit source]

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Other appearances[edit | edit source]

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Etymology[edit | edit source]

Tarantula refers to a family of spiders which inhabit much of the warmer areas of the world. Known for their impressive size, Tarantulas are often kept as pets or used in cuisine. Despite their tendency to inflict the Poison status ailment in the Final Fantasy series, most tarantulas are not dangerous to humans.

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • The official guide lacks information on the tarantulas summoned as the grown spider enemies' minions.

Related enemies[edit | edit source]

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