Teutonic Giant Scorpion Solitary, Huge, Devious
Claws (b[2d8+7] damage 4 piercing) 24 HP 2 armor
Reach, Forceful, Ignores Armor

The monster is a giant scorpion. Without a tail to inject the venom it can only inject it by pincing with it's claws. The legs being rather short it relies on it's long arms, as long as it's body, to catch it's prey. If caught the prey will be pulled towards the fangs, bit and injected with acid to be devoured later by sucking out the insides. It's chitin protects it from all but the most ferocious attacks. These monsters and their nests, woven from silk, are often found in timid, dry and dusty environments. Sometimes smaller specimen are found in dry dungeons and old abandoned libraries. If a Teutonic Giant Scorpion lives in a region the vicinity is usually devoid of other monsters and creatures as it tends to hunt and eat everything that is smaller than itself and worth pursuing as a source of food. They usually don't harm small game like rabbits or mice, except a growing specimen, but go after bears, deer and humans. Instinct: To feed.

  • Cut and envenom
  • It injects a venom when clawing someone!
Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 This monster has been edited. Its probably still cool, but its stats may not line up with standard monsters.

Created by: Fooler