a malacoda







When t-Abyss is used to infect the host, it not only affects the host, but the parasite as well. The unique mutations formed by the dual infections have allowed us to improve our overall B.O.W. development.

A larval Malacoda is only about 1 cm in length. Because it is so small, it can be used as a parasite to infect the host by secreting a liquid that contains the virus. The parasite mutates inside the host and matures rapidly. The synergistic effect of the t-Abyss and the secretion causes an increase to the metabolism of the organism. The size to which the Malacoda can develop is contingent upon the size of the host.Alone, Malacoda appear as long worms covered in tumorous growths. They have a circular maw ringed with long, thin teeth. The maw is accented by two large mandibles that hang off the head. They are eyeless, with only smooth plates covering the top of their head. Their tail ends in another orifice ringed with similar looking teeth. They are very long, and powerful enough to crush a helicopter without noticeable recoil damage.

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