Bred as a stealth sentry, this lopsided wormbrain hosts dozens of voracious sanguivorous roundworms, in turn controlled by tiny brain-flukes of their own. With many layers of chromatophores beneath its malleable skin, it can blend almost seamlessly with any terrain, even virtually shutting down its metabolic processes to better mask its presence as it slithers silently and swiftly on its muscular, sucker-like ventral side.
Unless specially instructed to infect a new host with brain-flukes, the Megrimora will allow its horde to drain their victim completely of vital fluids and scavenge the remains. Their size varies considerably, from smaller, stealthier assassins to barely-mobile behemoths laid as living security systems. Rarely, they may betray their position with a snort or snicker, eager to see their worms at work.
Will I ever get tired of tryophobic living parasite colonies? Well, if you follow my stuff, you probably are by now, but...there's still another one planned. I love surinam frogs far too much to keep them out of my designs for long.
If you want more useless trivia, I originally came up with this one while idly doodling personal fan concepts for Binding of Isaac monsters.
It does have only one leg, and if it has another arm, it's extremely tiny and withered somewhere underneath.