Fusion between a human and assassin bug. Coating its gnarled, sticky carapace in the remains of past prey, the Exekiss buries the rest of its body and waits for the smell of rot to attract prey such as zombies, scavenging birds or other monsters. With lightning reflexes, its elongated thorax springs forth to impale prey on its hollow, beak-like feeding apparatus, injecting a powerful digestive enzyme.
Exekiss save only their favorite bones as part of their camouflage and are quite proud of their collections. They often exchange prized pieces during mating, and will divide their combined collection evenly amongst the offspring.
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