This war-giant can be a tricky opponent in close combat, with thick bone and dense muscle beneath its putty-like, impossibly adhesive flesh. It deliberately sheds its sticky tissues in its footsteps, leaving a veritable minefield of glue traps as it slowly circles its enemies. Once caught, they face a hideous death by suffocation in the monster's embrace or a messy impalement on its massive tusks. It has even been known to tear off pieces of itself to hurl at more distant foes.
Doldrum feed only on bone, and will regurgitate the other soft tissues of prey in tarry pellets. They collapse into a puddle-like shape at rest, and are often used to fill trenches as a defensive tactic.
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