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The Swarmer is a Special weapon introduced in the 13.0.0 update.
It resembles a six-legged purple/blue insect with pincers.
It has a blue/purple body, with white/purple/pink legs, and spine. It also features a pair of blue/purple pincers with pink tips and with orange-yellow eyes with black pupils one on each pincher. It also features a large eye on the front of its head.
It has high damage, low fire rate, moderate capacity and moderate weight.
- As it has Homing Missile attribute, you can use this to counter Jetpack users.
- Aim at the head to deal massive damage.
- Its good mobility allows you to run around.
- Pickoff its users from long ranges.
- If you get close to the user accidentally, quickly get away.
- Use a low weight, High Mobility weapon to escape it's projectiles. Try going around tight corners or go take cover.
- If forced into close range combat use the highest efficiency weapon in your arsenal to quickly take them out.
Halloween themed, Insect.
- Bring a good long ranged weapon to avoid getting killed at long ranged duels.
- In the 15.2.0 update, it was removed from the game completely due to community feedback urging for overpowered weapons' removal. However, removing the Swarmer caused a lot of controversy, as it was from a Super Chest and hence extremely hard to obtain. Any player that has bought it previously will be issued a full refund. The Smart Bullet Bazooka, Judge, Bee Swarm Spell, Nanobots Rifle, and the Resurrection were removed as well.
- It is one of the two weapons featured in the Halloween Event Chest, the other being the B.E.A.S.T..
- This is one of two Special weapons that shoots homing missiles, the other being Nanobots Rifle.
- This weapon is one of the rarest weapons in the game, as it is added almost at the end of the Halloween Event.
- This weapon looks similar to the Hivehand from Half-Life.
- The weapon appears as if it wraps its legs around the arm of the user to stay on.