Literally "hundred-legs" in Japanese, this yokai takes the form of a giant centipede. Normal centipedes are commonly encountered in forests and mountains throughout Japan, and even at their small size pack enough poison in their bites to cause swelling or even paralysis. A giant yokai centipede, however, has fangs powerful enough to crush bone.
Formed from the "killer rocks" scattered around the silver mine. Normally, of course, these rocks, which spew poison gases, are incapable of movement. But the spirit of an ancient centipede seems to have attached itself to multiple rocks, controlling them as if they were the segments of its former living body.
Consisting as it does of multiple rocks, its segment freely break off and fuse back together. Its body twists in strange patterns that can disorient human eyes. Its tendency to spit venom means any who would face it need to take precautions against poisoning.
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