INCHERLOPER


CLASS: ARTHROPOID

   Fusion of a human with an inchworm caterpillar. Its looping gait appears cumbersome, but an Incherloper is capable of incredible acrobatic feats with its unique anatomy and highly elastic silk secretions, fired from its mouthparts in thick, adhesive cables. Swinging into prey like a bolas, it attacks by snake-like constriction as it gnashes flesh and spins a tough cocoon around its victim.

   Incherloper love to hang upside-down, especially by their silk, and will never touch the ground when they can easily avoid it.


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