HAGWORM


CLASS: ARTHROPOID

   Fusion of a human with a moth larva. Ranging in size from one to fifteen feet, this worm-like mutation assembles a protective shell entirely from the skulls of its prey, locked together by strong webbing. Muscular cilia lining its body can manipulate this cocoon as a highly dexterous appendage, utilizing hundreds of collective teeth to crawl, burrow and attack. It never willingly reveals its gnarled, slimy form, but sucks victims into its cocoon to feed.


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