Friday, November 6, 2009
Carrion Grubs are large, vicious, slow moving worm-like creatures which do nothing but eat and breed. They have extremely poor eyesight, and navigate through smell and vibration. Although they start out in a tiny larval state there seems to be no limit to the actual size they can achieve, specimens in the wild have been observed over 30 feet in length. At such a large size their diet tends to subsist on carrion (hence the name, ) or other large game. It has been theorized that they are merely the larval state of another different, larger form which has not yet been observed in nature.