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Stranger Things: All The Monsters Hawkins Has Dealt With

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In the show “Stranger Things,” the town of Hawkins, Indiana, has a monster problem. Since Eleven accidentally opened a doorway to the scary world of the Upside Down, all of the scary things that go bump in the night have been coming to smalltown USA. Eleven and her friends Dustin, Lucas, Mike, and Will have faced everything from Demodog packs to Demogorgons that are taller than they are.

The Hawkins Tunnel System

Stranger Things has had a lot of different monsters over the course of its three seasons, which are now over. The show started out with mysterious things like the Demogorgon, but it became a full-fledged monster show when the terrifying Mind Flayer was introduced in season 2. By season 3, the Mind Flayer was closer than ever to coming through the Gate and wiping Hawkins off the map. Luckily, Eleven and her friends got some help.

Updated on June 16th, 2022 by Kayleena Pierce-Bohen: Stranger Things season 4 has finally arrived in 2022, and Vol. 1 has given Hawkins two new monsters unlike anything Eleven and her friends have faced before; a long-lurking lich manipulating the town from the Upside Down, and the winged creatures that do his bidding. Vecna is a very dangerous enemy, and his Demobats are even worse. How do they stack up against the other monsters in Stranger Things?

The Flayed

In Stranger Things, Dustin is crouched next to a big Dart.

If there was a category for the cutest creature instead of a category for the scariest creature, D’Artagnan might be in the running for Best in Show instead of being a monster from Stranger Things. This little guy started out as a slug-like creature that Dustin found. He is a young version of the scary Demogorgons that the crew will face later in season 2.

On Halloween night, Dustin was so curious that he put the slug in his turtle’s tank and fed it Three Musketeer bars (hence its deceptively altruistic name). Taking care of the monster was one of the worst things Dustin did, and “Dart” soon grew from the size of his hand to the size of a small dog, which led to its escape and later attack of the Party in the tunnels. Dustin and his friends were lucky that it could recognise Dustin and block some of the Mind Flayer’s power.

One of the things fans love about Stranger Things is its mystery, and the Hawkins Tunnels provided just that in season 1. When a gateway was opened beneath the Hawkins National Laboratory, a biological growth began to transform the tunnels under the lab, spreading out in all directions underneath the outskirts of the town. Chief Hopper first discovered an area of the tunnels by digging up an area of a pumpkin patch.

The tunnels intersected in a point called the “Hub”, which was an important area where all the Mind Flayer’s sentinels, the Demodogs and Demogorgons, gathered and coordinated their next attacks. Strewn with the bones of the dead, the Hub also is full of mysterious eggs.

Stranger Things Upside Down mysteries Will Hopper Egg

Of all the Stranger Things monster names, “vines” might not be so creative, but none of the Hawkins crew equated the snake-like tendrils that corrupted the tunnels under Hawkins to something from Dungeons & Dragons. They were first seen covering the Hawkins Public Library in season 1 and crawling out of the Gate itself.

When Will Byers was abducted into the Upside Down, the tendrils wrapped around his body holding him in place, while another tendril went down his trachea. This led to one of Jim Hopper’s most badass moments when he investigated the tunnels for himself and battled their many tendrils with a makeshift torch.

Stranger Things Upside Down Demobats

Introduced in season 4 of the series, Demobats are winged creatures with needle-sharp teeth and long tendril tails, which can wrap around victims’ necks or drag them off. They gather in swarms around the gateway in the lake, dive-bombing any intruder to the Upside Down.

Steve, Eddie, Robin, and Nancy have to battle several of these creatures when they make their way to Vecna’s lair in the Creel House, with Steve especially suffering numerous injuries during the attack. They may not be the largest of the monsters in Stranger Things but they’re some of the nastiest.

The Demodog was the penultimate stage that a member of the Demogorgon species reached before molting into a final adult form. The Demodog was so nicknamed by Dustin because of its quadrupedal nature and resemblance to a large dog. Dustin’s pet “Dart” reached this stage in development when the Party met him again, and he now belonged to a pack of Demodogs.

Demodogs are extremely strong, fast, and agile. They possess the “petal mouth” that their species is known for, with rows of sharp teeth. Demodogs are known to be exceptional diggers, a fact the crew finds out when they face them in the Hawkins junkyard. In one of Steve’s most heroic moments, he beats one with a nail-encrusted baseball bat.

The antagonists and precursors of the Mind Flayer’s dreaded appearance, the Flayed were members of Hawkins’ community that were corrupted by the Mind Flayer’s mental power. When it could no longer control Will Byers, it chose Billy, one of the series’ most underrated characters, to be its emissary of doom.

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