|Scientific name||Himeagea mittetsia|
|Racial Abilities||Poison projectiles|
|Behind the Scenes|
The Shooting Spiner is a species of arachnid shown to have sexual dimorphism like Sheargrubs: females of the species are slightly larger, and have longer legs with pink "fur", while males of the species are smaller and are duller with grey fur. Both species are able to create and hang from strings of web like true spiders.
Females of the species have more developed legs, which they use to skewer passersby that trespass underneath them. While males can't do this, they are able to shoot poisonous orbs at enemies.