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Eisenian Worm

The Great Devourers

Eisenian Worm
β€œIt's eating my geometrically placed garden! Not the pumpkin patch! Someone stop it it's eating all the watermelons!” β€” Head Gardener Xublai Derann

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  • Strength-3
  • Intelligence-1
  • Charisma-1
  • Endurance-6
  • Agility-1
  • Luck-9

Danger Level: Low
Likes: Eating fruits and vegetables, Unattended patches of garden, The colour mauve
Dislikes: Flashing lights, Loud noises

Attack Method: It just engulfs whatever gets in it's way.

Environment: Shrubland, Vegetable patches
Lifespan: 30 years
Size: 3 ft tall
Diet: Plants

Bodytype: Serpentine
Type: Arthropod
Rarity: Rare

Original Creator: Space Dorf

Physical Description

The eisenian worm, also known as the eisenian fruitworm, are a group of legless long creatures, about as wide around as a drainpipe, and made out of a very tough substance. It has a ring of eyes around a circular mouth filled with a complex cutting and slicing array of teeth, which it simply rams into food to eat. It can stretch up to two feet in width when consuming food.

The body itself is made up of a page number of short armored segments. The worm grows very rapidly after eating by extruding more segments from its end, which harden to be the same as the others rapidly.


Eisenian worms are hungry and voracious creatures, able to strip all the fruit out of an orchard in minutes. However, they do not eat the plants themselves, simply taking the produce right off the stems. These creatures are very dim, and once something is in their mouth they will attempt to eat it nonstop until they die. This combined with their fear of loud noises and flashing lights mean that some gardeners set up traps that cause them to veer around sharply, come into contact with their own body, and therefore eat themselves to death.


Sand Worm: This subspecies lives just under the surface in deserts and eats cactus fruit. It is commonly ridden by bands of thrill seeking fairies.




• If you put your arm in the mouth of a worm you aren't getting it back.

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