Sonnnn that's an mf cazador if it bites you it's family of 20 will soon come and bite you too.
So yeah unless you got about 15 stimpaks and some good aim and optionally the element of surprise you dead
@LAVARAMEN, lol I was about to say that's a fvcking cazador.
@LAVARAMEN, maybe a grenade machine gun
@LAVARAMEN, actually these are what cazadors were inspired by, and reasonbly enough, considering the turantula hawk wasp is in the top 5 for world's most painful bites/stings
@LAVARAMEN, Better have antivenom too. Alternatively, if you have the heartless perk, they ain't shjt. Most of their damage is in the venom.
@LAVARAMEN, why not a cryolator?
@LAVARAMEN, and turn down your volume because you're about to hear the worst sound ive ever heard
@LAVARAMEN, #bestcomments #fallout
@Captain Anderson, mk19?
@The Real Grim Reaper, That's a one-of-a-kind weapon invented by an overseer on the east coast. Cazadors are mostly found in and around the Mojave.
@FalconHalo, Mojave? Wait, is this fallout 4 or one of the other games you're talking about, or can you actually go out of the commonwealth into other areas?
@The Real Grim Reaper, Cazadors are from Fallout New Vegas, the cryolator is from Fallout 4.
Ask Coyote Peterson
@SlipSlipperyStair, "AAAAAAHHHHHHH!!!!!" "Are you ok?"
@Anonymous Jack III, “so what are you feeling right now?”
@SlipSlipperyStair, ive always wondered that when Mark cuts the camera if Coyote goes full rage and starts spewing language. In one of the bites they muted a word so I’m assuming that’s what it was
Ok so the tarantula hawk is a brutal SOB like ok so once a make and female mate she goes and finds a tarantula or other large insect and then stings em which basically paralyses the other insect and then she lays her eggs either on top of our inside the other bug them she flies away I'm not completely sure if the effects wear off or not but the tarantula is still alive until the eggs hatch which then they eat the tarantula that they were either laid on or in and so goes the circle of life
@sirofarrel, and there goes my lunch! The circle of life is brutally gross sometimes.
Grab it by it's fvçking face, make it watch as you build a raging fire, and then walk into the fire while glaring into its souless black soon-to-be-deadass eyes as it realizes it's made its last mistake pissing you off.
At least death class aren't real. Right guys? Right?!
And a quote from Wikepedia to brighten the mood. "One researcher described the pain as "…immediate, excruciating, unrelenting pain that simply shuts down one's ability to do anything, except scream. Mental discipline simply does not work in these situations.""
They say the only thing you can really do is to lay down and scream until the pain goes away. Their sting can't kill you, but they will make you wish you were dead.
Inform the federal government so they can launch some nukes.
What about an Alaskan Bull Worm?
That's a freaking Mega Pinsir
I'm actually happy to see these guys because they go out of their way to not interact with you and their presence means they're eating up the tarantulas.
Bitten or stung. They're 2 completely different things
I would flick some urticating hairs into his face.
There's a video on youtube of a guy getting stung by one. Channel is Brave Wilderness for anyone who is interested. Great content
You can't do anything. You just cower in a corner and scream until the pain stops.
This guy clearly hasn't watched Brave Wilderness (Coyote Peterson).
Have your last thoughts before death be "why would anyone go to australia?"
Well there's a country i am going to burn
Light yourself on fire, as you're obviously in Hell
Cut the limb off before immediate necrosis spreads thru your body
Tarantula Hawks are brutal. And they know how to party.
Nothing, because wasps don't bite, they sting.
@WhiterunHoldGuard, wasps do both. They commonly also bite and hold with their jaws so they can sting multiple times.
@mas2de, true, but it's not the bite that causes any sort of damage
@WhiterunHoldGuard, it's annoying enough. And they tend to bite before they sting as kind of a warning to threats that aren't really attacking their home. Found more than a few nests before on accident. Happens in the HAVC/R service world and when you have dead cars around your old open barn.
A tarantula hawk wasp. It says it right there. Can't you read?