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Grounded Broodmother Spider | How to Kill

Broodmother Spider

Spiders are one of the major threats a player can encounter in the game Grounded, but there is a far greater threat to players that stalks in a secret location. This threat comes in the form of the Hedge Broodmother Spider and in this guide, as it is one of the most powerful arachnids in the game. Luckily, we will show you where and how to kill the Broodmother Spider in Grounded.

How to Kill the Broodmother Spider in GroundedBroodmother Spider

Before you take on the Broodmother Spider, you may want to focus on killing spiders in general. To give you the basics, you are going to need to have the Sprig Bow and good armor. Once you got all that you will then be ready to face the Broodmother Spider, and you will need to head to the location as shown below. If you need more tips, check out our guide on how to kill spiders.

Broodmother Spider

To find a Broodmother Spider in Grounded, you’ll want to head to the hedge, as shown in our image. You’ll find it at the very bottom of the map on the east side of the berry tree. Once you get to the hedge, you are going to need to proceed through some hedge branches, before you find the spider near the red frisbee. For more details, check out the video below.


At the end of the path, you will see a red frisbee that is lodged into the hedge. This is where you will find the Broodmother Spider and the Orbweaver bodyguard. This is where things are going to get a bit dicey, as you are going to have to stay on your branch to kill it. While on the branch use the Sprig Bow to widdle its massive health down. It’s likely going to take a while, so hopefully you packed enough arrows.

After you kill both, you will then be free to loot them for their materials. However, players should note that the Broodmother doesn’t drop anything necessarily special — so you may not want to bother with the fight.

Before you go, we recommend checkout out some of our other guides for Grounded, which you can find listed down below. Good luck and happy hunting!

Written by Andrew Smith