For a list of all arthropods, see list of arthropods.
| A chilopod of quite an unusual size, the giant centipede mostly comes out to hunt when it is dark. Physically weak, it relies on its nasty poison to dispatch its victims.
“Traffickers in the Black Meat, flesh of the giant black centipede—sometimes attaining a length of six feet—found in a lane of black rocks and iridescent, brown lagoons, exhibit paralyzed crustaceans in camouflage pockets of the Plaza visible only to the Meat Eaters.”
Tips & Tricks
If they land a few lucky hits, they can inflict a fair amount of poison. In practice, however, only the flimsiest of spellcasters are at risk and only if they are caught off guard, as giant centipedes are exceptionally weak by the time you generally see them. Poison resistance renders them even more harmless than usual.
Giant centipedes were removed in 0.14.