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Worms are invertebrates with elongated, soft bodies. Though the earthworm is the most common, there are many varieties of worms, who in popular culture often have negative connotations, associated with "creepy crawlies" at worst, or with sour-flavored gummy candies at best. On Sesame Street, however, the worm is a much loved and vital species with an elaborate culture and society of its own.

Worms have appeared on Sesame Street as early as the first episode, in an animated segment to demonstrate the letter W. Early segments of this often referred to the worm as "yucky," feeding to the popular prejudice, and raising concerns from one conservationist. [1]

For the most part, however, worms are presented in a very positive light, mostly in the person of Slimey the Worm, pet of Oscar the Grouch. Slimey is beloved by Oscar, well-liked by other residents, and proved popular with viewers; in a 1971 pet show episode, tests showed that children "were attentive, responsive, and loved Slimey the Worm." Later, Slimey's family was introduced, including baby sister Sloppy, parents Dusty and Eartha, and cousins Squirmy and Rachel.

Other Grouches also have close relationships with worms. Grungetta has Sylvia, and the participants in the Worm Summer Games each had their own Grouch trainer.

Not unlike the Twiddlebugs, worms have their own community, culture, and organizations, established through the labor of the worms themselves. They establish their own mass transit system in the form of a worm subway (Episode 3164) and band together to build a playground (Episode 3957). In addition, Slimey is a member of the Worm Scouts, a scouting troop, and all worms enjoy the annual Wormy Gras festival, the annelids' answer to Mardi Gras, and an ode to the joys of worminess.

The worms also benefit from more elaborate organizations and events, many of which which are open to worms across the globe, not just those in and around Sesame Street, which were explored in detail in multiple episodes. The worms have their own version of the Olympic Games, the Worm Games, held in both summer (Episode 3300) and winter. To prove that it's not all fun and games for worms, WASA, the Worm Air Space Organization, furthers space exploration and scientific discovery through the use of manned worm missions; the progress of one international team of worms (including Slimey) was tracked through much of Season 29. As demonstrated in Worms in Space segments, the crew took time from their mission for educational pursuits, forming letters with their bodies.

On The Muppet Show, two slightly different inchworms were featured during Charles Aznavour and Danny Kaye's versions of the song "The Inch Worm." Two striped worms more similar to those seen on Sesame Street appeared in the Inchworm sketch on Muppet Show episode 204.

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  1. Tornburgh, Patricia. "Summary of Fan Mail Process from March 8 through 19, 1971." March 24, 1971. CTW Archives.

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Final Fantasy

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Abyss Worm artwork from Final Fantasy II by Yoshitaka Amano.

The Worm (ウォーム Wōmu) is a recurring species of enemy in the Final Fantasy series. They are usually shown as obese enemies with no features except a circular mouth. There are two common representations of the worms: sometimes they ascend from the ground and other times they are completely above ground depending on the game rather than the type. Most appearances of worms include many different variations.

One common type of worm is the Sand Worm (サンドウォーム Sandowōmu) which are most commonly a yellow or orange colored worm. Like most worms, they are commonly of the Earth element and are occasionally weak against the Water element. The creature is very likely to have been inspired by the sandworms from the novel Dune. Other variations include the Abyss Worm and Land Worm.



Final Fantasy

Main article: Purple Worm

The Purple Worm, originally known as simply "Worm" in the original NES release, is an enemy which can be fought in the Chaos Shrine. As its name suggests, it is purple in color. A weaker palette-swap, the Lava Worm, originally titled Grey Worm is a green recolor, contrary to its NES title. The Sand Worm is the weakest worm and is a rare enemy fought in many of the game's deserts. The Abyss Worm is an enemy from the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary versions fought in the Earthgift Shrine.

A second series of worm sprites exists. The Gigas Worm is a pink and bulky worm fought early in the game near Pravoka. The green palette-swap, Crawler is fought later on in Marsh Cave. A third version, the Flood Gigas appears in the Dawn of Souls and 20th Anniversary editions in the Whisperwind Cove.

Final Fantasy II

There are four worms in Final Fantasy II, each using the same base template. The orange and brown Sand Worm is the weakest of the genus and is fought in the Great Desert and around Kashuan after obtaining Ultima. The second is the Abyss Worm, the pink and green recolor fought in the Jade Passage. The third, and final in the NES and PlayStation editions is the Roundworm, the blue and brown edition fought in Leviathan and Pandaemonium. The Dawn of Souls version reveals the Unknown Cave, and with it the green and pink Gigas Worm, who also returns with the dungeon in the 20th Anniversary version.

Final Fantasy III

There are two worms in Final Fantasy III. The Blood Worm, a red version fought in the Nepto Temple, and the Sand Worm, a yellow version.

Final Fantasy IV

The first worm encountered is the Sand Worm, yellow in color, it is fought around Kaipo and in the Antlion's Den. The pale Flood Worm is a tough foe beneath Baron in the Ancient Waterway. The Abyss Worm is a red worm fought on the Red Moon on the Lunar Path and also in the Lunar Ruins in the Advance version. The Advance version also houses another worm, the Gigas Worm is a blue palette-swap boss fought in the Cave of Trials, guarding Edward's weapon.

The Hornworm from Final Fantasy IV is also a member of a different species of worm. It shares its appearance with the Caterpillar and the Larva.

Final Fantasy IV: The After Years

The Flood Worm and Sand Worm return in Final Fantasy IV: The After Years in their sprite forms. The Sand Worm appears as the first boss faced by Ceodore Harvey. The other worms from Final Fantasy IV also return.

Introduced to the The After Years is a rare enemy named the Gavel Worm, which has a modified sprite of the Sand Worm's. It is only encountered in the Lunarians' Tale, and is the strongest of its type.

Final Fantasy V

Main article: Sandworm (Final Fantasy V)

Only one worm appears in Final Fantasy V. The Sandworm retains the usual worm appearance, and is fought as a boss in the Desert of Shifting Sands. The boss battle will have three Holes which the worm can ascend from.

Final Fantasy VI

The purple Slagworm is fought in the desert south of Maranda in the World of Ruin. The blue Zone Eater is fought on Triangle Island in the World of Ruin. The gray Landworm is fought in Kefka's Tower. The red Abyss Worm is found exclusively in the Advance version as an enemy in the Dragons' Den.

Final Fantasy VII

The two worms of Final Fantasy VII are both fought in areas with sand. The Land Worm is the weaker of the two and is fought in the Corel Desert. The blue recolor of the original orange land-based worm is the Sea Worm. Sea Worms are fought on the beaches of Mideel.

Before Crisis -Final Fantasy VII-

The Land Worm are the main type of worm in the game, weak to Ice magic. The much tougher Shadow Worm isn't weak to any element but is immune to Gravity.

Crisis Core -Final Fantasy VII-

Worm, as seen in Crisis Core.
Main article: Worm (Crisis Core)

Worms are the only enemy present during the We Hope it's a Vacation mission, appearing nowhere else. Many other variations exist however.

Final Fantasy VIII

Main article: Abyss Worm (Final Fantasy VIII)

The Abyss Worm is the only worm of Final Fantasy VIII. Worms suited to the desert, the Abyss Worms are fought in the Kashkabald Desert of Esthar and the Dingo Desert of Galbadia. They are also fought in the courtyard of Ultimecia Castle.

Final Fantasy IX

Main article: Land Worm (Final Fantasy IX)

The Land Worm is the only worm in Final Fantasy IX that sports an appearance close to the usual worm of the series. The obese, orange worm is fought in the Kiera Desert.

In addition to the Land Worm, two other worm enemies appear. The Carrion Worm is a small green insect fought in Cleyra. The Worm Hydra is a dragon-worm hybrid fought on Mount Gulug, the Salvage Archipelago and Uaho Island.

Final Fantasy X

Land Worm

The Land Worm, Abyss Worm and Sand Worm are part of a greater Worm fiend genus. The Sand Worm is fought earliest in the game in Bikanel. Towards the end of the game the Land Worm is fought inside of Sin. The Abyss Worm is an enemy in the Area Conquest section of the Monster Arena, unlocked once one of every enemy located in Bikanel is caught.

Final Fantasy X-2

The worm genus returns with one returning and one new entrant. The Sand Worm bears an appearance the same as Final Fantasy X's Sand Worm and can be fought in Bikanel and the Via Infinito. The Earth Worm is much darker in appearance and is also fought within the Via Infinito as well as the Farplane abyss.

Final Fantasy XI

See also: Worm (Final Fantasy XI) and Sandworm (Final Fantasy XI).

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Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles

The worms present in Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles don't sport the classic look. The Carrion Worm is fought in the Mushroom Forest, and the Tiny Worm is a recolor.

A worm closer in appearance to previous incarnations, the Cave Worm, is a boss in the Selepation Cave, holding the Wind Crystal. It appears in battle with some Electric Jellyfish.

Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles: My Life as a King

Main article: Worm (My Life as a King)

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Final Fantasy Mystic Quest

The series of worms in Final Fantasy Mystic Quest are tough enemies, but are all vulnerable to axes. The Sand Worm is a pink worm fought in Bone Dungeon. The Land Worm is a purple worm fought at Wintry Cave. The Leech is a darker purple and is fought in the Giant Tree.

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Guild Wars

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A typical Worm.

Worms resemble ocean going tube worms more than the garden variety, albeit ones that are taller than a human and have three huge teeth at the end of their maw. They seem to be much smaller cousins to the giant wurms found in the latter parts of the game.

The main difference between these and Wurms is that Wurms are much larger and will attack without provocation, whereas Worms are much smaller and will usually only attack if provoked.


Region Type Collectable Drop
Prophecies Campaign
Pre-Searing Ascalon Image:NA-icon-small.png0, 1 Plague Worm Baked Husk
Realms of the Gods (Core)
Fissure of Woe Ranger 20 (26) Rock Borer Worm Shadowy Husk
Eye of the North
Far Shiverpeaks Warrior/Ranger 20 (30) Snow Wurm
Charr Homelands Image:NA-icon-small.png 20 (30) Worm

For a listing of known types of worms units see Category:Worms.

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Marvel Database

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This is the Worm disambiguation page.

A = Appearances · I = Images · G = Gallery · F = Fan Art · Q = Quotes

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This article is about the animal. You may be looking for Worm, a person in disguise.
"You worms are no match for the dark side!"
Darth Maul

Worms were soft-bodied invertebrates found on numerous worlds, including Dagobah, Ansion, and Naboo. Some species were scavengers.

Worms was also a title that Darth Maul sometimes used to taunt his opponents when he believed they were lesser beings than himself, therefore deserving to be associated with worms. The Jedi Exile was also known to have called her opponents worms on occasion. Just prior to the Skirmish at Carkoon, Han Solo insulted Jabba the Hutt by calling him a "slimy piece of worm-ridden filth".

Lt. Bella of Sabaoth Squadron was known to call her forces "Incompetant worms" for failure such as when her forces failed to capture parts for an Orbital Defense Cannon.

It was also a common expression to be "as dirty and happy as a worm".


  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
  • Gungan Frontier
  • Star Wars: Jedi Starfighter
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II
  • Coruscant Nights II: Street of Shadows (Mentioned only)
  • Star Wars: Ewoks - "Night of the Stranger"
  • Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (First appearance)
  • Before the Storm (Mentioned only)
  • "Clouded Paths"
  • Star Wars Galaxies: An Empire Divided

Notes and references

  • The Wildlife of Star Wars: A Field Guide (Mentioned only)

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This item is in the Tools and other Equipment class
Attributes: None.
Weight: 0.20 oz.
Loot value: 800-1600 gp per backpack gp.
Dropped by: Cave Rat, Wolf, Rotworm, Carrion Worm, Rotworm Queen, Bear, Ghoul, Terror Bird, Crypt Shambler, Chicken, Hyaena, Skunk, mostly all Frogs.
Buy from: Al Dee (Rookgaard) 1 gp

Raffael (Island of Destiny) 1 gp
Bezil/Nezil (Kazordoon) 1 gp
Beatrice (Edron) 1 gp
Halif (Darashia) 1 gp
Nelliem (Venore) 1 gp
Timur (Fibula) 1 gp
Bashira (Ab'Dendriel) 1 gp
Sarina (Carlin) 1 gp
Gorn (Thais) 1 gp
Ahmet (Ankrahmun) 1 gp
Perod (Port Hope) 1 gp
Bertha (Svargrond) 1 gp
Lubo (Thais) 1 gp
Red Lilly (Liberty Bay) 1 gp
Gree Dee (Yalahar) 1 gp

John (Treasure Island) 2 gp
Sell to: Players.
Notes: Worms are needed to Fish.

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Worms are a series of monsters identified by having 「ワーム」 ("Worm") in their Japanese names.

A subclass of "Worm" monsters, which are all Reptile-Type monsters are included in the Duel Terminals.

Apart from the Reptile-Type "Worm" monsters, Worms are usually Insect-Type and have effects that Mill the opponent's Deck. These kind of Worms are used by Shadow Drone Trudge in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's.

Reptile-Type Worms

These Worms are a series of LIGHT Attribute Reptile-Type monsters, which focus heavily upon Flip Effects. Visually, they resemble hideous alien creatures of a predominant single color, and often possess lipless toothy vertical mouths. They were introduced in Duel Terminal - Synchro Awakening!! and have their own set, Duel Terminal - Invasion of Worms!.

The name of each Worm begins with a different letter of the alphabet, including all letters from A to Z.

Callisto uses this Worm series in Yu-Gi-Oh! 5D's Stardust Accelerator. However, this Archetype has debuted in the Booster Pack, "Hidden Arsenal".

Worms are mostly composed of Flip Monster Effects that generate Hand Advantage by allowing the user to draw extra cards or add extra cards to their hand, or create Field Advantage by allowing the user to control the positions of cards and permitting cards on either side of the field to stay or not. The non-Flip Effect Monsters allow the user to control the position of monsters on the field and flip your own monsters face-down, or have their effects activated when cards are Set face-down in general.

As implied by the card text of Ally Mind, they have some connection to the Allies of Justice. They are likely enemies, as the Allies of Justice have effects related to the destruction of LIGHT monsters and face-down Monster cards (such as Flip Effect monsters).

"Worm Drake" is a Reptile-Type monster with 「ワーム」 in its Japanese name so it applies for some of the Worm support.

Support Cards

Worms are perhaps the largest Archetype (in terms of number of members) that have no non-Monster support cards. In order to get the most out of a Worm-based deck, cards that support LIGHT monsters and protect weak monsters from destruction during battle (like "Waboku" and "Threatening Roar") are handy. "Hieracosphinx" will protect your face-down Worms from your opponent's attacks. Cards that control the position of other cards on the field, such as "Book of Moon," "Book of Taiyou", "Book of Eclipse", "Desertapir" and "Desert Sunlight" are excellent for manipulating the opponent as well as early-triggering or re-using of your own Flip Effects. Using "Shifting Shadows" when your Worms are flipped face-down after being flipped face up is a great way to confuse your opponent. The card "The Shallow Grave," which revives a monster in face-down Defense Position, is an efficient way to re-use a Flip-Effect card, and "Night Assailant" can recycle one if sent to the Graveyard from the Hand. Since all Worms are LIGHT, a few copies of "Honest" can allow you to spring a nasty surprise on an opponent who tries to battle your weaker Worms. "Offering to the Snake Deity" can be used to destroy up to two of your opponent's cards at the cost of one of your Worms, as well. Since all Worms are Reptiles, you can also make use of Solidarity (though you won't be able to use non-Reptile support cards like Honest).

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