Wandering Blackuns «Attercop Abulare»Reported By: unknown contributor in 0th Edition - Metamorphosis Alpha
Role: Monster - Domesticatable Base Stock: Garden Spider
MCC Stat Block: Attercop Abulare 'Wandering Blackuns' (1d4 (2)): Init +2; atk bite melee +2 (1d4+1); AC 16; HD 3D7 hp 12 each; MV 50' ; 1d20; SV Fort +0, Ref +0, Will +1 Mutations: (P) Electrical generation (14),(M)Immune to mental Attacks except Illusion
Number Appearing: 1d4 Morale: 14 Hit Dice: HD 3D7 Armor: 6 (AC 16) Size: Small 1.5 Meter
Movement: MV 50'
Attack: Bite melee +2 (1d4+1)
Frequency: Common Organization: Solitary Activity Cycle: Any Diet: Carnivore Habitat: Any Temperate or Tropical Tech Level: 0 - 0 Artifacts: D
Description (Initial Observations): Attercops, also known as Blackuns, are mutated garden spiders. They have long bristles across their bodies, making them unpalatable prey to all but the largest creatures. They have 12 eyes located all over their head, giving them 360 degree sight.
Description (Additional Observations): Attercops Abulare, also known as Wandering Blackuns, are mutated garden spiders. They have long bristles across their bodies, making them unpalatable prey to all but the largest creatures. They have 12 eyes located all over their head, giving them 360 degree sight.
Reactions: No known interactions
Behavior: Behavior modeling incomplete
Behavior: Behavior not recorded
Society: The attercop is a solitary hunter, allowing no others of its kind within its web or territory except during fall breeding, Female Attercops deposit a half-meter diameter egg sac containing over 1000 young. Blights, bloodbirds and carrins hunt these young Attercops, liking all but a few dozen before they are large enough to defend themselves. The Attercop's flame resistant web sometimes stretches over an area of 60 meters in diameter. Creatures captured in the web need to make a DC 5 strength check to escape. Any loot found in an Attercop's web is merely indigestible waste to the spider. The Lil, commonly take refuge within or behind attercop webs, although some fall prey to the spider.