LESTER CREEPAZOID




CONCEPT BY OLIVER HANBRIDGE-SMITH

CLASS: BIOCONSTRUCT



VARIANT CHARACTERISTICS:

A mutation of the Lester, the Creepazoid seems to have arisen gradually from a feral population that rejected its original purposes and began to shun anthropomorphic behavior. Violent and bestial, Creepazoid behaves more like a predatory animal than either a human or a monster, hunting with blinding speed and savage reflexes in highly coordinated packs. They continue to communicate in the human languages biologically imprinted upon their ancestors, but have largely dropped the original context of the sentence fragments they incessantly repeat. The select phrases used more consistent by the Creepazoid population have included:


"Howdy neighbor"
"Some weather we're having"
"Enjoying your day?"
"Thanks, you too"
"Hold on, I'll call you back"
"Let's catch up soon"
"Same old, same old"
"How's work?"
"Have a nice evening"
"Can I ask you a favor?"

To date, all of these phrases are employed as the same simplistic threat of violence.


TACTICAL MECHANISMS:


AGILE: the Creepazoid is a fast and acrobatic creature, adept at climbing and capable of an impressive leap.

GNASHING JAWS: the Creepazoid has an extremely powerful bite.

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