It starts with an uncanny unsettling feeling that grinds at the back of your jaw, the pining slowly rises into what sounds like the incessant buzzing of angry bees. The next sensory assault is on the nose, the ungodly stench from the gaping Fetid Maw that gives this creature its name. Though it has caused more than a few moments of racing heartbeats for unsuspecting Avertigos, this monstrosity is a filter feeder and usually quite harmless.
Their dietary staple is more the dense swarms of mosquitoes over the islands in the South China Skies. While they enthusiastically devour any flocks of birds, that they can surprise, they float far too slowly to make a habit fo this.