Brood Edit

There are currently three stages of brood, each characterized by a distinctive form.

Egg Edit


The first stage starts when the queen ant lays an egg. These should be placed in a wet section of the soil, otherwise, they will spoil and disappear.

Brood (1)

Larva Edit

The second stage follows the first one, and it's characterized when the egg turns into a larvae. These can only be fed once, and immediately after they will turn into the next stage. The food they are fed while they are at this stage will determine if they will be worker or soldier ants.

Pupa Edit

Brood (2)

The third stage can be easily seen after the larva has been feed. It will adopt an ant-like form, and will continue like that until it hatches. It's now ready for its functions.
Ant Development
BroodEggBroodBrood (1)LarvaBrood (1)Brood (2)PupaBrood (2)
WorkerWorker AntWorkerSoldierSoldier AntSoldierSoldierSupermajor AntSoldier

QueenQueen AntQueen

Predators (Hostile)
SpiderBlack WidowSpiderSpider2Wolf SpiderSpider2Centipede (3)CentipedeCentipede (3)

Prey (Passive)
AnateAnateAnateGoliath beetleGoliath BeetleGoliath beetle