One of the more common of the Eye-sac wormbrains, Paraseethe can move remarkably fast with their powerful, clawed forelimbs and even achieve an impressive leap with a flick of their muscular tails. Their blind, throbbing eyes, packed with infectious brain-worm eggs, emit a psychoactive pulse compelling other creatures to consume their contents. The Paraseethe itself feeds exclusively on carrion, including the remains of worm hosts who have ceased to be useful.
Paraseethe feel most at home in mud or other thick, wet substrates, and may develop independent colonies along polluted riverbanks. Males with the largest and most colorful worm sacs are most desired by females.
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