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The bug-themed psychos who oppose Imomushi in Caterpillar, a spinoff to Arachnid.
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    Carrion Beetle/Shidemushi 

Carrion Beetle (シデムシ; Shidemushi)

The people who clean crime scenes to keep the Organization untreaceable.


Firefly (ホタルガ; Hotaruga)

Imomushi's partner who gives intel for her, until she betrays Imomushi for a reward given by Ageha.

    Swallowtail Butterfly/Ageha 

Swallowtail Butterfly, Akiho Yanagi (Ageha, Yanagi Akiho)

The director of an orphanage Imomushi and her sister lived in. Has become the leader of a shadowy group who's baiting Imomushi into a Carnival of Killers for their own entertainment.



A former UN soldier who became a wanted man after mindlessly slaughtering american troops in the Middle East. While hiding in southeast Asia, he found an orphaned baby in Burma and raised her as his daughter. Years later, Paraponera worked under Ageha's orders to murder Imomushi, but got killed by her at some point.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Lost his left arm to a grenade's explosion while fighting Imomushi.
  • Animal Motifs: Paraponera ants, also known as Bullet Ants. Their stings have a reputation for being able to inflict one of the worst pains in the world.
  • Arm Cannon: While trying to free himself from Kumo's noose, Paraponera swings over to a crate and shoves his artificial blade-arm on it. Inexplicably, it gets neatly attached to a minigun.
  • Ax-Crazy: After his initial defeat, Paraponera becomes much more unhinged and savage.
  • Badass and Child Duo: Used to have a little girl helping out with his killing sprees.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Dresses sharply for the battles in the Ageha ship.
  • Badass Normal: He has no unusual powers.
  • Bald of Evil: Balding and evil, alright.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Paraponera wears his gauntlets with poisoned elbow stingers more discreetly than his daughter, and since Imomushi is immune to poison, he ends up not using them much on-screen. His lost left arm then gets replaced with a launchable blade.
  • Blood Knight: Only cares about fighting and murdering people.
  • The Corrupter: He naturally made Dinoponera into a remorseless murderer, but he seems to have raised and treated her surprisingly well despite how much of a despicable person he is.
  • Died Standing Up: He defeats Imomushi and is about to shoot her to death, but then suddenly passes away from his injuries. The gun then goes off while she is walking away, but luckily Paraponera's still dead and pointing at the opposite direction. This also was his fate in the pilot for the manga.
  • The Dragon: Presented as one to Ageha early on, but it turns out there's another assassin ranked above him.
  • The Dreaded: Kumo and others from the Organization acknowledged him as the strongest killer in the world.
  • Even Evil Has Loved Ones: It is left ambiguous if he really cared for Dinoponera.
  • Eye Scream: The grenade Imomushi bounced back at him took his left eye, too.
  • Fair-Weather Mentor: He wouldn't help Dinoponera if she couldn't keep up with him.
  • Fat Bastard: Pretty much.
  • Gonk: A case of Depending on the Artist. In Arachnid he doesn't look that bad, but during the events of the prequel he looks just plain fugly.
  • The Gulf War: Paraponera went into hiding on Thailand after fighting on the second Gulf War.
  • Guns Are Worthless: Bullet Ant here is very skilled with firearms, but for what? The guy gets a minigun out of nowhere and unloads it on Kumo, but the bullets bounce off Kumo's magical string armor and he's merely knocked on his ass. Once Imomushi comes along, stormtrooperisms ensue. When he finally gets her on gunpoint for real, his body fails him and he dies on the spot. His corpse only pulls the trigger several seconds after Imomushi stands up and leaves.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: Imomushi shoots a grenade back at Paraponera, then finishes him by hitting his forehead with a throwing knife he had used to stab her leg.
  • Lack of Empathy: Paraponera only used people to satisfy his thrist for battle. However, he did somehow raise a daughter.
  • Made of Iron: Is left terribly wounded floating on a river with a knife stuck on his head. Comes back with a vengeance later.
  • Make Me Wanna Shout: Can stun people by screaming at them.
  • Not Quite Dead: He recovered from his first battle against Imomushi and has been watching her fight inside the Ageha group's ship.
  • One-Man Army: Took on battlefields on his own, and was in fact a bad team player.
  • Parental Substitute: Found a baby Dinoponera under her dead mother and raised her.
  • Pet the Dog: So far, his relationship with Dinoponera is mostly portrayed in a positive light. One omake even shows him giving a Moon Scepter toy to her for an assassination job done well.
  • Poisoned Weapons: Has blades with bullet ant venom on them. This ant's venom usually can't kill humans, but it does cause some of the most intense, searing pain ever known and it lasts for several hours while the victim suffers from side effects such as fever and nausea.
  • Posthumous Character: Imomushi killed him at the end of the Death Caterpillar battle royale, but during the events of Arachnid other characters eleborate on how tough he was in his prime and Dinoponera reminisces about her childhood under his care.
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: He's introduced raping a woman he was sent to kill, only stopping because Imomushi kills her instead.
  • Sabotutor: He was a terrible teacher to Dinoponera. His way of training the little ant was just handing her a gun and expecting her to imitate what he did, not coming to her aid if she couldn't keep up. It is implied he just abandoned her when she didn't perform up to his expectations.
  • Starter Villain: He is Imomushi's first noteworthy enemy in Caterpillar, and one much more danguerous than how Kamakiri was to Alice.
  • World's Best Warrior: Very feared by his peers, though the prequel shows he was actually ranked 2 amongst them, with Osamushi being the first.
  • Worthy Opponent: Considered Imomushi this after his first defeat to her.



Spider (クモ; Kumo)

An assassin who comes to Ageha's ship to kill Imomushi after getting an order from someone who supposedly was one of Suzumebachi's subordinates. Crosses paths with Paraponera and survives to train a certain girl a year later.
  • Animal Motifs: Spiders.
  • Death Seeker: He doesn't seem to care about his own life very much, but won't go down without a fight either.
  • Generation Xerox: Alice's future master and father figure fights the man who was Dinoponera's master and adoptive father. Ironically, neither girl knew of this.
  • Hat Damage: Paraponera shoots Kumo's head through his hat, but the thing is webbed. A nearby Kinohadakamakiri becomes relieved that Paraponera didn't go for a Moe Greene Special instead.
  • Immune to Bullets: Uses threads to block bullets. Even when Paraponera fires a damn minigun at Kumo it just knocks him on his back.
  • Trap Master: Fights by setting spider string everywhere with his mind-controlled knife and then hanging his victims to death once they trip on them.
  • The Worf Effect: Ultimately loses to Paraponera but Imomushi appears right on time to help.

    Sia Ferox/Riock 

Sia Ferox (リオック; Riokku)

A tall and muscular man with a fondness for the Kahen Rider show. He tries to kill Imomushi at the Ageha ship, but regards her as a older sister figure after witnessing her phenomenal strength. In Arachnid he's one of the people who come to kill Alice at her school, but gets sidetracked by a rivalry against fellow Kahen Rider enthusiast Hibiki.

    Dead Leaf Moth/Murasakishachihoko 

Dead Leaf Moth (Murasakishachihoko)

A master of disguise who is the first enemy to encounter Hanakamakiri on the ship.

    Water Strider/Amenbo 

Water Strider, Shinobu Takazawa (アメンボ; Amenbo, 高沢 忍; Takazawa Shinobu)

An assassin who works at a certain school as a physical education teacher.
  • Animal Motifs: Water Striders.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: She briefly appears in one chapter to explain Klinefelter's syndrome to Imomushi, as well as for a quick way to establish that they're in good terms with each other as seen in Arachnid. Then much later she is the one who comes to get Imomushi and company out of the battleship.


Scorpion (サソリ; Sasori)

A nurse who's really an assassin with a fetish for torturing people with toxins and then dissecting them. She fights Imomushi twice through the story.
  • Animal Motifs: Guess.
  • Beware My Stinger Tail: Don't ask how she's hiding that long implanted mechanical sting under her mini skirt.
  • Deadly Doctor: Until Imomushi comes by, Sasori spends her time killing her supposed patients.
  • Technicolor Toxin: Uses colored toxins that cause sleepiness, paralysis and instant death. They don't have much of an effect on Imomushi. Even the deadly one would just put her on suspended animation for a while.


    Sand Wasp/Jigabachi 

Sand Wasp (ジガバチ; Jigabachi)

A Mad Scientist who captures Imomushi with the help of the weaver ant triplets.


Weevil (Zomushi)

An insane armored guy.
  • Animal Motifs: Weevil beetles.
  • Disney Villain Death: Riock punches him out of the Ageha ship.
  • Monster of the Week: Gets close to killing Hanakamakiri, but is quickly taken down by Riock.
  • No-Sell: His armor greatly protects him from damage... but not from being punched into the sea. In fact, it makes that even worse.
  • Slasher Smile: His default expression.
  • Troubling Unchildlike Behavior: As a child he loved to rip stuffed toys apart and that led to a bizarre obsession with becoming a fully armored and muscular man so everyone else would be soft by comparison.
  • Would Hurt a Child: He tries to suffocate and rip Hanakamakiri apart.

    Stick Insect/Nanafushi 

Stick Insect (Nanafushi)

A machine gun-toting girl who can make people subconsciously ignore her presence.


Planthopper (Unka)
An old man with cybernetic legs who encounters Imomushi.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Lost his legs due to a land mine mishap while going after Paraponera in the battlefield.
  • Animal Motifs: Young Leafhoppers have a gear-like mechanism in their legs that lock together to ensure they'll both move with precise synchronization, allowing them to jump 100 times their length. Rather ironic that an old man is using this ability to replace lost limbs, as leafhoppers lose it when they mature into their adult form.
  • Artificial Limbs: Got mechanical replacements after losing his legs to an explosion.
  • Evil Old Folks: An old and antagonistical soldier.
  • Flash Step: In his case, it is flash jumping.
  • Monster of the Week: Ok, the gears on leafhoppers are cool. Next.
  • Old Soldier: A retired soldier who's now a cyborg assassin.
  • Use Your Head: His bionic legs allow him to launch himself and perform powerful headbutts.
  • What Happened to the Mouse?: Isn't shown escaping from the ship at the end but isn't shown dead either.

    Rhinoceros Beetle/Kabutomushi 
The former director of the Pomario orphanage. For his successor, see the Main Characters page.
  • Animal Motifs: Rhinoceros/Hercules beetles.
  • Double Weapon: Owned the Heracles Horn, a large double-bladed sword similar to the Alligator the protagonist of Jackals wielded.
  • Would Hurt a Child: Little Kabuto-girl thought of him as a father figure until she found her only friend gruesomely killed by him.

See the Main Characters page.

    Bark Mantis/Kinohadakamakiri 

Bark Mantis (キノハダカマキリ; Kinohadakamakiri)

Hanakamakiri's former master.
  • Animal Motifs: Bark mantises. Their coloration enables them to hide on tree trunks.
  • Badass Teacher: Was the one who taught the mantis fighting style to Hanakamakiri.
  • Control Freak: Because he couldn't relate to others he sought to control Hanakamakiri and turn her into his mini-me.
  • The Corrupter: He hoped for Hanakamakiri to turn into a sadistic assassin. When Hanakamakiri claims she'd like to turn Imomushi into a limbless sex slave, Kinohadakamakiri is pleasantly surprised by how she can even consider that, even thought it's an obvious lie.
  • Dude Looks Like a Lady: Has very delicate looks, but unlike Hanakamakiri he is immediately recognized as a man.
  • Elegant Gothic Lolita: Dresses in this fashion.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Wears one over his right thanks to Hanakamakiri stabbing his eye after graduation. And it just so happens that he's friends with a big-breasted lady, like Sara and Kuramoto from the main story.
  • Graceful Loser: When Hanakamakiri fights him to a standstill.
  • Hammerspace: Where he presumably pulls his scythes out of.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After taking a beating from his former student, Kinohadakamakiri hands over his envelope and decides to help her along.
  • I Have You Now, My Pretty: At one point he grabs Hanakamakiri from behind and starts licking her neck. His backstory shows Kinohadakamakiri treated the girl like this as soon as he got her as a student.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Gets badly wounded by Paraponera's launchable arm blade.
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: A male example.
  • Nice Hat
  • No-Sell: Successfully blocks a massive Spam Attack from Hanakamakiri.
  • Rape Is a Special Kind of Evil: Regularly raped Hanakamakiri while training him, and is awfully proud of that. It is shown this is a running thing among the mantis assassins, as his own master is also a mad rapist.
  • Sinister Scythe: Wields a dark blue pair like the ones used by the other mantis people.
  • Training from Hell: Subjected Hanakamakiri to harsh training which just happened to involve regularly shoving a gordian worm-like device up her ass.
  • White Hair, Black Heart
  • The Worf Effect: He's the first one to take on Paraponera inside Ageha's ship. This predictably doesn't go too well for him.
  • You Are Already Dead: He makes blades suddenly pop out of people, but no damage is done for a set amount of time. He even calls the trope by name.

    Fig Wasp/Ichijikukobachi 

Fig Wasp (イチジクコバチ; Ichijikukobachi)
A pupil of Kinohadakamakiri who fights Riock while he goes after Hanakamakiri.

    Stag Beetles/Kuwagata 

Stag Beetles (クワガタ; Kuwagata)
Dorcus (top) and her cronies.
A group of four stag beetle people who hold a nasty grudge against their former teacher Kabutomushi.
  • An Arm and a Leg: Kabutomushi eventually catches Dorcus off-guard with the scissor function of the Hercules Horn and chops her right leg off.
  • Animal Motifs: Kabutomushi has taken a wrong turn into the Lucanidae neighborhood.
    • The little girl is a Dorcus montivagus beetle (aka "princess dorcus/himekuwagata") who turns into a Dorcus curvidens (Kurubidensu Ookuwagata) and a Dorcus titanus (Hiratakuwagata) by aging back and forth at will.
    • The guy with the Cool Shades is a Lucanus maculifemoratus (Miyamakuwagata, "miyama stag beetle").
    • The red-headed girl is a Prosopocoilus inclinatus (Nokogirikuwagata, "sawtooth stag beetle").
    • The bald guy is an Aegus laevicollis.
  • Ax-Crazy: Adult Dorcus goes loose while trying to kill Kabutomushi. In comparison, her child self is bratty and her teen self is more level-headed.
  • Blade Below the Shoulder: Not blades, but various kinds of stag beetle mandibles instead.
  • Boobs of Steel: Dorcus titanus has a chest as large as Ichijikukobachi's and the strength to match them.
  • Butt-Monkey: Much like Oki in this spinoff, Lucanus, Prosopocoilus and Aegus just kind of stand quietly to the side making funny faces while Dorcus and Kabutomushi fight. When they do attack the rhino beetle, only Lucanus does any semblance of damage to her.
  • Calling the Old Man Out: Dorcus wants to prove herself to Kabutomushi and avenge her fellow students who died under Kabuto's care. Lucanus is more selfish in that his flashback shows Kabuto was right to keep him from brewing trouble. The other two, then... what other two?
  • Chainmail Bikini: When the dorcus girl turns into a curvy woman, her school uniform is torn apart to reveal she was wearing a Stripperiffic BDSM armor of straps. Even though the previous chapters suggested she had no underwear on.
  • Charles Atlas Superpower: Lucanus has been training his body even since he was a freaking baby... only to be outperformed by some match stick girlies anyway.
  • Combat Pragmatist: Dorcus montivagus' visible left arm is actually fake and serves to hide that she's holding a gun in her real left hand.
  • Creepy Child: The youngest of the four is clearly the leader and has done literally all the talking so far. Then she goes and transforms into an adult.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: When Dorcus montivagus gets walloped into the sea, the other three take their chances at fighting Kabutomushi. Each one then gets shoved aside with increasingly less effort from her. Aegus even goes down without doing anything!
  • Cute But Psycho: Dorcus is cute, smug and violent — times three.
  • Dark Action Girl: Dorcus and Prosopocoilus.
  • Disney Villain Death: Subverted, as Dorcus montivagus gets smacked by Kabutomushi into the sea (Kabutomushi's overall score: 5) but survives and makes a comeback.
  • Expy: Dorcus curvidens resembles Dinoponera from Arachnid and her fight against Kabutomushi hits much of the same notes from Kabuto's battle against Dinopo in that story.
  • Flat Character: Prosopocoilus and Aegus get next to no characterization and their attempts to beat up Kabutomushi are so lackluster it's hard to believe they're her graduates.
  • Foil: Besides being the giant stag to Kabutomushi's rhino beetle, the dorcus girl has an ability related to her age and sidekicks who hardly do anything but look stupid in the background.
  • Graceful Loser: After losing a leg to Kabutomushi, Dorcus titanus gets mad and tries to stand back up, only for her own arm to grab herself by the head and smash it on the ground. Curvindens takes over and calmly admits defeat while explaining what's going on elsewhere in the ship.
  • Guns Are Worthless: Dorcus montivagus shoots Kabutomushi down at one point, but Kabutomushi has armored organs and doesn't get hurt much. When she tries to shoot her again Kabutomushi just counters and launches her into the sky.
  • Hellish Pupils: Bright slits on the dorcus girl's pupils. In her adult form, little spikes come out of her irises.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard:
    • Lucanus holds Kabutomushi and flips around smashing her head on the ground until she pushes his face over hers and he gets hit instead.
    • Dorcus curvidens attempts to throw Kabutomushi over herself, but Kabuto lands on her and starts choking her.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: One of them is a little girl who first appears sitting on top of a burly man.
  • Kick Them While They're Down: Dorcus titanus kicks Kabutomushi several times at one point, only stopping when Lucanus calls her to hand over her weapons.
  • Metronomic Man Mashing: Dorcus curvidens swings the Kabuto Horn with Kabutomushi on the other end and slams her to the floor, almost crushing Gokiburi at the same time.
  • Ms. Fanservice: When Dorcus montivagus grows into her voluptuous titanus form and rips her clothes off, no points for guessing how that is portrayed. She has a Fan Disservice aspect to her, though, since not only Dorcus was a kid just a few minutes before, her child self is still conscious on her head.
  • Monster of the Week: Only Dorcus seems to become anything of a threat to Kabutomushi once she swims back to the ship and gets serious.
  • Overnight Age-Up: The reason Dorcus wears oversized clothes is because she can force her body to grow when she is in danger and needs more power. Her teen and adult forms turn out to have split personalities of their own.
  • Painful Transformation: When Dorcus transforms into a teen or an adult, she suffers from severe convulsions.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: Even as a little girl, Dorcus is strong enough to lift Kabutomushi with one arm.
  • Quirky Miniboss Squad: It was taking quite a while for Kabuto to have a stag opponent, so how about four at once? They're a group formed by a little girl who piggybacks on a tough man who wears shades, a girl with Peek-a-Bangs and shark teeth and a practically spherical fat bald dude who's always grinning.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: Dorcus' eyes change from brown to a bright red when she turns into an adult.
  • Satellite Character: The Dorcus gals are the only ones out of those people who matter. Lucanus does at least get a backstory, but the other two don't even get that.
  • Scary Teeth: Prosopocoilus has sawtooth teeth.
  • Self-Made Orphan: Little Dorcus killed her Abusive Parents by crushing their heads into paste.
  • Signature Laugh: Each one has a unique laugh, written in different fonts.
  • Split Personality: Dorcus' three forms are shown to be this, with two of them assisting the dominant one from inside her mind.
  • Stripperiffic: Aegus only has underwear on. And then there's Titanus and her Chainmail Bikini that comes out of nowhere.
  • Tattooed Crook: Dorcus titanus has a upside down cross tattoo over her chest and a broken heart under her navel, bordering on the Intimate Marks trope.

    Weaver Ants/Tsumugiari 

Weaver Ants (ツムギアリ; Tsumugiari)

A trio of ant kids who help mad doctor Jigabachi capture Imomushi.
They want to play doctor with her...
  • Animal Motifs: Weaver ants.
  • Creepy Child: It doesn't take long for them to creep out Imomushi with their... curiosity. They take off what little clothes she's wearing when Jigabachi paralyses her and begin happily groping her until they get into an argument and begin throwing each other around instead.
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: They later try to harass Gokiburi. While she does reluctantly show off her body to the boys, she also takes nude pictures of them and blackmails the triplets into carrying Kabutomushi's secret weapon for her.
  • Made of Iron: For disrespecting her personal space so much, Imomushi hits them hard enough to cause shockwaves over the surrounding rooms. The kids just comically run away crying while holding their aching heads.
  • Monster of the Week: Jigabachi and them only managed to be a minor setback for Imomushi.
  • Pint-Sized Powerhouse: The triplets play catch by throwing Imomushi. They have amazing grip strength thanks to a device on their hands, but their power level in general is just unnatural.

    Bed Bug/Nankinmushi 

Bed Bug (ナンキンムシ; Nankinmushi)

    Velvet Worm/Kagimushi 

Velvet Worm, Shoichiro Iwamine (カギムシ, Kagimushi; 岩峰正一郎; Iwamine Shoichiro)

The author of the Kahen Rider series and Imomushi's master.
  • Almighty Janitor: He's a cartoonist — this setting's Ishinomori, in fact, who's a powerful martial artist and assassin.
  • Animal Motifs: Velvet worms, which aren't insects but do descend from a common ancestor. And crickets as well.
  • Badass Teacher: Likely the only one in either story who didn't act like a total jerkass to his pupil.
  • Chekhov's Gunman: He first appears as a Mr. Exposition who lectures the reader about crickets.
  • Cool Old Guy: He's the Kamen Rider mangaka as a kickass assassin.
  • Cool Shades
  • Megaton Punch: Pretends to do one on Bokugehamushi, stopping just short of her face. The huge shockwave from the move plus the fear factor still incapacitates her by causing a Power Incontinence. He later performs one that hits harder than Osamushi's own 100000 horsepower steel arm.
  • No-Sell: Like Imomushi, he can let blunt force flow evenly through his body in such a way that all damage winds up on the floor he stands on.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: Based on Shotaro Ishinomori.
  • Scarf Of Asskicking: Scarves are associated with Kamen Rider, after all.

    Leaf Beetle/Bokugehamushi 

Leaf Beetle (卜ゲハムシ; Bokugehamushi)

    Ground Beetle/Osamushi 

Ground Beetle (オサムシ; Osamushi)

The mysterious 1st ranker of the Organization, and Shoichiro old missing teacher.
  • Action Bomb: His death causes a nuclear explosion that kills all the guests in the ship.
  • Almighty Janitor: Imagine a world where Osamu Tezuka, the God of Manga, was secretly a killer for hire.
  • Animal Motifs: The Carabinae subfamily of beetles, which happens to feature a Calosoma genus that preys on caterpillars...
    • Aside: His Astro Boy character also had a stag beetle bug motif. Because of course it did.
  • Expy: Resembles Black Jack.
  • Kick the Dog: Stabs Bokugehamushi just to piss Shoichiro off.
  • I Love Nuclear Power: He's nuclear-powered.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: An example of a fool is about to punch you in the face? Turn your arm into a shield to avert it. Continuing the bug theme, the shield has a fancy stag beetle coat of arms on it.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: If Shoichiro is Shotaro Ishinomori, then this guy is Osamu Tezuka. Although he looks quite different from how Tezuka portrayed himself in comics he does at least wear the characteristic beret hat.
  • Older Than He Looks: Currently looks younger than Shoichiro for some reason.
  • Punny Name: Osamushi. Ha.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: He's a powerful bishonen with pink hair who first appears after having sex with Ageha.
  • Red Right Hand: Has a scar that goes over his forehead from the right and curves towards his left cheek. He also has a shapeshifting right arm.
  • Shapeshifter Weapon: His right arm, named Atomic Fist (one reading of Astro Boy's original name is Iron Arm Atom), can morph into various weapons and has considerable range. It can even melt and spread over the floor for surprise attacks.
  • World's Best Warrior: Is said to have killed more people than anyone else in the whole damn Organization.


Dinoponera (ディノポネラ)

Paraponera's adopted daughter who wants to make friends. Violently. Read the Arachnid Main Series Assassins page for tropes on this prickly adorable Sailor Ant girl.
  • Insane Troll Logic: She really does want friends, but thinks running around beating people without mercy is somehow going to work out for her.
  • Post-Final Boss: Her appearance and fight against Imomushi just ties Arachnid and Caterpillar together. And no, her Uncertain Doom fate isnt resolved here either.


Example of: