Fusion between human and parasitoid wasp. Vespicable vary in proportion with their component wasp species, with the smallest varieties capable of sustained flight and larger Vespicable able to at least leap and "parachute" an impressive distance. The female's venom attacks the central nervous system of prey, leaving the victim compliant to the monster's wishes. Gravid specimens proceed to inject the host with eggs and may even encase them in a beautiful, sturdy prison of mud, wood pulp or other detritus held together with its own glue-like mucus. Human children are especially favored as hosts due to their convenient size and weak immune systems, earning the Vespicable a bogeyman-like status in primitive hominid communities.
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