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Journal Description Edit
The Wasp Spider poses a threat with its sharp front claws, which scythe through the air...and prey. - Book of Sphinx
Museum Description Edit
One of the slower members of the spider family, the tips of their claws hold a powerful sting. The Wasp Spider prefers the cool breezes found in coastal regions. - Abydos Museum
Wasp Spiders were orange and tan spiders that had mantis-like claws and a skullish head. Physically, it is the largest of the four spider monsters, followed by Skeletal, Alert and Spike. They would scythe through their prey with great speed.
- Great Wall Entrance I (Respawning)
- The Wasp Spider has a skull-like head.
- Much like real-life spiders, they curl their legs inward before death.
- The plate armor on their abdomens resembles mummy wrappings.
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