Hive warrior

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Hive warrior

Source: Horror Adventures, pg(s). 237

Hive warriors serve as guards and scouts of colonies of the hive.1


A hive warrior is humanoid in shape, covered with chitinous plating. Its head is elongated; it has a long, bladed tail, and its rending mandibles can spit acid.1


Hive warriors search for suitable hosts for the hive, sometimes ranging miles from their colony to drag victims back. Hive warriors consider symbiosis with a hive creature to be both inevitable and beneficial and can never fathom why most victims struggle against it. Most victims of hive larva infestation become hive warriors, though mutations can create hive creatures that retain the capabilities of the original creatures.1


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Jason Bulmahn, et al. “Chapter 8: Bestiary” in Horror Adventures, 237. Paizo Inc., 2016