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Kraggon Pebbles like to run up into melee range in order to swipe with either their tail or front paws. However, they are also capable of leap attacks from mid-to-long range, and can occasionally roll up into a ball to charge. If they cannot get into melee range, they are capable of spitting fireballs.
After having been in combat for a certain length of time, Kraggon Pebbles often pause to roar, causing a brief burst of fire and thin veins of magma to appear across their bodies. At this stage, they change into Kraggon Fuses.
As with all incendiary-based kraggons, Kraggon Pebbles are almost completely immune to incendiary damage, and are highly susceptible to cryo damage.
- As the smallest variety of incendiary-based kraggon, Kraggon Pebbles never break apart into smaller kraggons upon death, regardless of whether or not it was broken apart from a larger kraggon.
- When a Kraggon Pebble becomes a Kraggon Fuse, it regains no health. This means that if the Kraggon Pebble stage ends with only 1/4 of its health remaining, the Kraggon Fuse stage will begin with only 1/4 of its health remaining also.
- In True Vault Hunter Mode, they are renamed Hewed Kraggon Pebble, and in Ultimate Vault Hunter Mode, they are renamed Engraved Kraggon Pebble.