Animal Crossing Bugs May Have Started a Fight Club in the Museum
There’s a bug fight happening in Animal Crossing. Well, it can be bad news or good news, based on your thoughts on anarchic movies of the late ’90s. The fight of bugs begins to happen when they are captured and sent to the Blathers museum. A user of Reddit, sid-thesloth, posted an image in the subreddit of Animal Crossing: New Horizons.
In the fight club of bugs, there were stag, Hercules and also rhinoceros beetles were all using their horns to get wild into the battle. The scene of the fight was really terrible because the whole thing seems like some kind of dispute between the bugs. Hercules beetles were standing around in the circle along with the golden stag where the rainbow stage was in the middle of the circle. By seeing the scene, you will definitely recognize the 90’s classic fight movie, Fight Club.
You cannot deny the fact the scene makes a lot of sense in real life as well. Right now, usually, people don’t really like this type of classic fight scene, but this bug show was something epic. Something like this usually happens when there’s a territory dispute or for the food sources during scarcity.
This type of behaviour between bugs is not common, but now you can imagine why horned beetles are usually used in Asia for gambling. When two male beetles battle with each other for the same special type of female beetle, it gets easy to imagine the end of the fight show. One of them will definitely get severe injury, beaten to the death or being a bug it walks away once defeated.
One thing here is sure that in these types of fights other beetles don’t get involved and prefer to be the viewer. However, if you are a hunk male beetle and have nothing to do except getting frustrated or stuck in an owl’s museum, there must be nothing wrong with starting a fight club.
Horned beetles are way too aggressive, and in Asia, they are used as a pet. Their aggression towards the other beetle is so high, as they are always ready for a battle. These beetles are not dangerous to humans. The rhino beetles and stag are so gentle to humans, and they even touch you gently on your fingers and hands. You can feed them easily, they are so clean, and their life is up to 2 years if you care for them properly.
Honestly, if there were really a fight club in the museum, then there would be nothing more surprised than this. In games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there is nothing impossible. However, this is still a surprise that the museum hasn’t developed into battle royale mode of beetles where players can donate all types of insects.
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