Dusky scythewing moth

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Dusky Scythewing Moth
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Relative Level 29
Skill Cap 150 to 190
Skinnable Yes
Has Coins No
Has Gems No
Has Boxes No
Evil Cursed
Corporeal Yes
Construct No
Backstabbable Ambush only
Casts Spells No
Attack Range Melee
Stealthy No
Special Attacks No
Special Defenses Unknown
Located:
Skinning Details
Part Name dusky blue silver-edged wing
Part Weight 4
Ranks Required ~100
Max Value Unknown
Max Arranged Unknown
 



Description

Upon closer observation, one immediately notices the sharp glint of silver in the scythewing moth's wings. Each wing has evolved to include a razor sharp blade-like edge that hooks downward into a vicious spike. The otherwise delicate-looking creature's body is a dusky midnight blue color, speckled symmetrically with dark purple.

In Depth

Special Attack

Can spit mucus that inflicts light internal eye bleeders as well as blindness.
A stream of viscous red mucus is suddenly expelled from the scythewing moth's tiny mouth, falling toward you!
The mucous splashes you squarely in the face. Your eyes suddenly feel like they're on fire as everything goes black around you!

Spawning

Dusky Scythewing Moths do not operate under normal spawning mechanics, instead they are a result of a Glistening Scythewing Larva's metamorphosis. On average, it takes 195 seconds for a Larva to change into a Moth.

After the moth emerges, the tree it was attached to will eventually become a Crag.

Emerging from Cocoon:
A sliver of silver light slits through a translucent pulsating cocoon, spilling a torrent of slimy red mucous all over a rotting maple tree. A massive moth creature emerges from the ruptured cocoon, stretching its bladed wings in a graceful arc.