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Beehive monster.png
Standard monster. Will attack base unless player gets within pathing range.
Difficulty Medium
Attacks Low to moderate damage.
Health Relatively low.
Special Abilities Has a beehive on its head, can throw bees that leaves an area of effect (AOE) that deals moderate damage.
Weapons to use Melee or Ranged.

Beehive husks appear as a standard Husk with a beehive on its head, surrounded by a swarm of bees. Occasionally they will stop and send a targeted swarm of bees at a player. Bees will linger on any tile where the Beehive husk has walked or directed bees towards, dealing damage per second to players within the tile.

They are first introduced during the first defense wave of Stonewood Storm Shield Defense 2.


  • Beehive husks have 20% damage resistance and immunity to headshots until beehive around their heads is broken.
  • Shooting the beehive off the head of the Beehive husk breaks the hive and turns the husk into a regular Husk.
  • Beehive husks are especially dangerous for ninjas and other melee heroes due to their ability to fill an area with bees that can linger and deny freedom of movement.
  • Bee's that come out of a beehive cannot be hit.


10.20 Patch Notes (August 27, 2019)
  • New sound effects

6.30 Patch Notes (November 14, 2018 )

  • The outlines for special enemies with headpieces will now properly match their models.
  • Such as Beehive and Pumpkinhead Husks.
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed an issue with Bee Hive Husk projectile playing for players when NPC is attacked.

6.21 Patch Notes (November 1, 2018 )
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed issue with Husk Bee Hive damage sounds not playing consistently.