Ant development refers to the three different stages during which an ant develops. They have to be taken care of, and will grow faster on wet dirt. If the size of an egg, larva, or pupa is far larger than normal, an alate queen will hatch.

Egg[edit | edit source]


The first stage of ant development. They are laid by the queen, and will have to be placed in an appropriate spot (wet dirt). On rare occasions an egg will have the hunger icon, and when fed, will jump directly to the pupa stage. This is suspected to be a bug that would only occur if placed on regular or dry dirt.

Larva[edit | edit source]

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Second stage of ant development. Has to be placed on appropriate spot (wet dirt). It's on this stage where the type of food they are fed will determine the type of ant they will hatch into. If they are fed super food, they will become soldier or supermajor ants.

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Pupa[edit | edit source]

Third stage of ant development. They will now adopt an ant-like form. Their centers will pulsate as though they will emerge into adulthood soon.
Ant Development
Brood.pngEggBrood.pngBrood (1).pngLarvaBrood (1).pngBrood (2).pngPupaBrood (2).png
Worker.pngWorker AntWorker.pngSoldier.pngSoldier AntSoldier.pngSoldier.pngSupermajor AntSoldier.png

Queen.pngQueen AntQueen.png

Predators (Hostile)
Spider.pngBlack WidowSpider.pngSpider2.pngWolf SpiderSpider2.pngCentipede (3).pngCentipedeCentipede (3).png

Prey (Passive)
Anate.pngAnateAnate.pngGoliath beetle.pngGoliath BeetleGoliath beetle.png
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