Giant Mosquito (Animal)
The wet, humid atmosphere of the Kehjistan rainforest is an environment perfect for fly and
mosquito larvae. Pools of stagnant water gather after the frequent rain storms, providing
excellent spots for the adults of these species to lay their eggs. Some of the mosquitoes found
here are enormous, with wingspans as large as four feet. Luckily the larger species are also much
more rarely encountered than their smaller cousins.
Giant mosquitoes, referred to locally as "suckers," are known disease carriers. Their large size
makes them appropriate targets for hand or missile weapons. These insects can quickly drain the
blood from a victim, causing a quick loss of stamina, making escape extremely difficult.
By themselves, Suckers are not usually deadly. However, if other threats lurk nearby, Suckers will
drain a victim's stamina while other creatures move in for the kill.
Tips and Other Additional Information
Mosquitos have a chance to drain Stamina on striking.