Nacre-plated Torbisan decapod

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nacre-plated Torbisan decapod
Creature Levels:
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    Level Variance -
    Natural Attack ?
    Weapon Attack ?
    Defense ?
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Potential overall skill: ?
Skill Cap Flexes
Skinnable Unknown
Has Coins Unknown
Has Gems Unknown
Has Boxes No
Has Other Unknown
Uses Weapons No
Alignment Unknown
Corporeal Yes
Construct No
Casts Spells No
Attack Range Unknown
Stealthy No
Special Attacks Yes
Special Defenses Yes
Body Type unknown
Body Type (Alt) unknown
Body Size unknown
  • Invasion only
Premium-Only Unknown
Skinning Details
Ranks Required ?
Max Value ?
Max Arranged ?
Manipulatable Yes
Skill Required ? / ?
Teaching Cap ?


Standing taller than a Gor'Tog, the Torbisan decapod is the embodiment of an abyssal nightmare. Twin pairs of eyestalks constantly twitch around, scanning in all directions, and brilliantly iridescent bands zigzag down the creature's nacreous torso. The decapod bears two enormous clublike arms in a folded position, and a series of churning mouthparts are ready to cut, shred, and tear any defeated prey.


The Merelew talk of this tidal horror in hushed whispers, a creature whose aggression and deadliness defy exaggeration. The Torbisan decapod can survive short forays on land, where it is known for bringing down larger prey that stray too close to the Rissan shore, and dragging them back to its sandy burrows. Its clublike arms are able to strike with such force that the internal organs of most victims are almost entirely liquefied. The decapod is extremely territorial, and recent destruction of the seafloor has only increased this behavior!