Scorduls are large, slow-moving amorphous blobs of flesh and bone that live in the forest. They are nocturnal and will often hide in caves or behind rocks, waiting for prey to come close. They can also camouflage themselves by changing their shape through a complicated bone-reconfiguration process or by coating themselves with a thin membrane of clear mucus that reflects light and smell. They are highly poisonous and will often lay in wait for days or weeks for the perfect time to strike their prey. A scordul bite is extremely painful, and anyone unfortunate enough to survive an encounter will likely lose at least the limb in which the bite occurred, but maybe more.
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