Ground bees may seem innocuous enough, but they can cause severe allergic reactions and even rashes when inhaled.
In the Grounded 0.6 update, a bug was introduced that affected players – specifically bees. But how can you ride bees now?
How to ride bees
Grounded’s bees are a harmless enemy that will only attack if players threaten them with weapons. They tend to be more aggressive than some of the other enemies in the game, so be sure to watch out if you don’t want to get stung!
They can currently be found around Grasslands and Flower Bed regions. Although they’re fairly easy to kill, they drop some rare items like Bee Fuzz and Bee Stinger when killed.
To effectively combat bees, the best strategy is to snipe them from a distance with your Ranged Weapons. Bees won’t attack directly at you but will instead be distracted by a barrage of arrows from either a Bow or Crossbow.
It’s worth trying to deal damage to a sleeping Bee, as this will give you extra time for dealing damage. After the Bee has dropped Pollen, which can be collected – an invaluable resource that allows you to level up your Weapons quickly! So be sure to collect it when it drops!
How to ride bumblebees
Bumblebee is an ideal toy for kids who enjoy playing with insects. It also serves as an educational tool, stimulating creativity and sparking discussions about animals, vehicles, and more.
Escaping a bee can be challenging, but with some preparation you can achieve success. First and foremost, wear protective clothing so as not to sting the insects.
Once they are dead, you can use a mixture of mint oil and hot, soapy water to quickly eliminate them. This is an effective way to eliminate them quickly and efficiently.
Another option is to spray garlic on them. Garlic is an all-natural pesticide and can be highly lethal to insects.
Trapping them can also be done by placing tarps over their nests; however, this method works best when done at night.
How to ride a honey bee
Grounded has seen an uptick in interest over the last few months with its regular updates and addition of new bugs to fight and collect. The game boasts an impressive collection of bug-based mobs, some adorable but others deadly.
As its name implies, the honey bee is undoubtedly one of the most beloved insects. Unfortunately, it can also be quite challenging to eliminate with a crossbow or bow; precision shooting is required for success.
Convincing a bee to stay is no small feat. They’re notorious for being one of the most elusive creatures, despite their shiny skins and adorable tails.
Though not officially on the Grounded roadmap, it appears they will make an appearance soon enough. An upcoming update will add flying insects including bees which could provide new gameplay possibilities. Furthermore, reports indicate Grounded will include a settings menu so players with arachnophobia can enjoy the game without being put off by scary spiders.
How to ride a swarm of bees
If you enjoy the idea of eliminating bugs, grounded might be just what you’re searching for. It offers an array of different bugs and creatures to fight – including bees!
Bees can be a formidable adversary to conquer and they strike quickly. But with some practice you will gain the edge in dealing with them.
To effectively eliminate bees on the ground, utilize Gas Arrows. This will enable you to sidestep their attacks and dispatch them without taking any damage from them.
Another effective way to eliminate bees is with your bow or crossbow. Hitting them in the eye gives you an advantage and should be attempted as often as possible early on in the game.
Be mindful of how Bees attack and use the Perfect Block feature as it will be your key tool in avoiding taking heavy damage. Furthermore, if you aren’t cautious when attacking a Bee, they will sting you, potentially leading to severe allergic reactions as well as rashes.
Chris is a passionate learner and writer. When he’s not working on his blog or learning something new, he’s a full-time systems administrator and father of two beautiful girls. Chris loves spending time with his family, reading, writing, and playing hockey.