Character Sheet for N/A
these caterpillars are interesting. ill list the facts about them here.
1: they cannot breed or even have sex, they have no female parts or genitalia. they only aquire the reproductive parts when they become an adult Munta moth.
2: they eat quite a bit, they spend 3 - 5 months eating leaves to get bigger (however in some cases they can perminantly stay as a caterpillar. or it can take longer for them to mature when breeding with a insect outside of their species taking as long as 3 - 6 years to turn into a cocoon). when the time comes they spin their cocoon and transform inside, they spend a month to a month and a half inside the cocoon before hatching.
3: mutations are rare but do happen, some Muntas have the "helmet" of their caterpillar form perminantly fused to their head which provides a lot of protection, some have the knee pads and hand pads as well as the pad on the back. it doesn't inhibit their ability to fly either.
4: less then 1% of caterpillars born can have a vagina / penis, however they would be infertile until they become an adult.
5: their teeth are razor sharp, and act like a mandible when chewing. (blowjobs are not recommended)
6: they are fierce fighters and when attacked they often times latch on with their sharp mandibles and tear into their enemies. they can also kill dire fangs.
7: their tails are super strong and can hold them as they hang from tree branches as they eat leaves.
8: they like tummy rubs.
9: they like playing pranks on people.
10: their "pupils" are an illusion, much like praying mantises any way you look at them they will always stare right at you.
11: they cannot speak, instead they churr and make noises to communicate, sometimes they use their hands to communicate to.
12: don't disturb them when their sleeping.... just don't.... trust me...
13: will often times nom something out of curiosity.
14: they love nectar and honey, it helps make their body shiny.
15: males can be easily told apart from females, the way to tell a male from a female is the rings, if the outter ring is the primary colour of the mother and the inner ring is the secondary colour of the mother then its a girl. if the outter ring is the secondary colour of the mother and the inner ring is the primary colour of the mother then its a boy.
16: the colour leaves they eat determines the colours they will be, the colours of the leaves turn into pigments of colour (like paint) inside the caterpillars body and becomes the colours they will be when they become a adult moth.
17: their "armor" is the primary colour and sometimes the secondary colour of the father. this excludes the rings which are the primary and secondary colours of the mother.
18: they can let out a ear piercing screech to stun their enemies while they counter attack or make an escape.
19:they can roll into enemies, if they get momentum they can cause a lot of damage.
20: in their defence position they turn their backs to their enemies and look over their shoulders, they slam their tails on the ground to intimidate others, if that doesn't work they will whack an enemy with their tail if they get to close, babies will sting quite a bit but the bigger caterpillars tails can break bones.
21: their armor is super tough and hard but padded underneath, their bodies that aren't protected are soft but still tough enough to resist ripping and puncturing.
22: they can be super affectionate!
23: if a pure blood Munta caterpillar eats meat it will turn cannibalistic and can kill its own kind and eat them. however if it was friends with a caterpillar before it turned into a cannibal then it will remember that friendship and not attack or kill them.
more in the description.
as freshly hatched caterpillars they are slim to a little pudgy, as they grow they get taller and less pudgy. they have strong legs and strong arms though not muscular. they come in all different colours, they have mandibles, their antenna can be different to. their colour patterns can be different as well. the colour of the "armor" as well as the helmet are the primary colour of the father and sometimes even the secondary colour. (this excludes the rings as they are the colour of the mother.)