With the many herbivores inhabiting the Void Belt, there were many species feeding on them, though only one hunted in packs, and were absolutely massive, leaving the niche for a smaller pack hunter wide open, which some Void Worms took. Scythe Worms are highly social and live in packs of up to 10 individuals, communicating with each other with dances and the many flaps on their body, similar to bees. Other than all the fleshy structures on their body meant for aesthetic purposes, they have developed large, yellow-orange claws on their outer two fingers, which are very long, sharp, and scythe-like, which is where they get their name, and is their primary weapon. They usually roam in the open, though may occasionally take refuge in foliage and abandoned nests/hives, and will eat the orange globs produced by Void Schattolaurens if they come across one. They will also eat dead matter, and may either get it via coming across it in their own, or warding off other creatures for it. They are very aggressive when hungry, or just plain scared, attacking using their sharp claws to tear through flesh, greatly damaging anything that gets in its way, or just want to eat, being able to cut through the armor of Voidskinks. They will eat Ureust and Void Schattolauren leaves, using their claws to cut off pieces to consume. When hungry, the pack will actively search for prey, such as Voidskinks and Vandalaurens, though may occasionally try hunting down Voidstars and juvenile Void Schattolaurens, and rarely, cocoons, which includes adult Radiocoons. They will surround prey once found, before latching onto and overpowering it, and cut them to shreds with their claws and eating it. They often leave many scraps behind after hunting larger prey, and may sometimes rest for some time after having a meal.

When resting, packs will take refuge, and take this time to sharpen their claws, rest, and mess around with each other. This is also when they communicate most often outside of hunting, and cause many abandoned nests and hives to have cuts and scratches on the walls, and even on the underside of random leaves.