Tag: Visual edit
(adding S2 info to tabber)
Tag: Visual edit
 
(5 intermediate revisions by 5 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
<tabview>
+
<tabber>
Imp/HD|Spelunky HD
+
Spelunky 2={{:Imp/2}}
  +
|-|Spelunky HD={{:Imp/HD}}
</tabview>The imp could be a reference to the buckot in super smash bros brawl, as it pours something hot from the bucket[[Category:Characters]]
 
  +
</tabber>
  +
 
[[Category:Enemies]]
 
[[Category:Enemies]]
  +
[[Category:Hell]]
  +
[[Category:Spelunky HD]]
  +
[[Category:Spelunky Classic]]

Latest revision as of 12:35, 5 October 2020

Imps are flying creatures returning from Spelunky HD's Hell. In Spelunky 2, these enemies have relocated to Volcana.

Behavior

Imps will start out carrying a magma pot, flying left and right on a horizontal line. When a Spelunker gets under one, they will drop their magma pot in an attempt to hit the player with it. Once relieved of their pot, they will fly towards the player with the same behavior as a Bat.

The dropped magma pot will spawn a Magmar if attacked, thrown, or dropped for more than 1 tile.

The Magma Pot that Imps hold. The shape of King Yama's face is on the front.

Like most other flying and undead enemies, imps will die upon having their picture taken by the Camera.

Despite what a player may assume, Imps are not resistant to fire based attacks. This includes the Magmar that comes from its pot.

Strategy

  • Whipping the Magma Pot out of the Imp's hands will not only release the Magmar, but kill the Imp as well.
  • Note that Imps will drop the pot from their hands over the player's head as soon as the pot appears on screen, meaning that they can catch quickly ascending players by surprise.
    • This is especially dangerous in the Cosmic Ocean, where a surprise pot may send the player plummeting to their doom.

The Imp is a rather weak enemy found in Hell that will fly in a horizontal line while carrying a lava bucket. They will drop it if the Spelunker passes underneath them, releasing a Magma Man as it breaks. Imps will also act as a Bat once they drop the bucket.

If an Imp is killed before it drops its lava bucket and the bucket doesn't fall more than two tiles, then the lava bucket can be picked up and carried.

Much like other undead enemies, Imps can be killed in one hit by the Camera. Though, unlike most undead enemies, they drop blood when killed.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.