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78c13c  No.15982094

This question probably only applies to people who have this particular fear (fear of insects, creepy crawlies) but feel free to answer regardless.

Have you ever played a game which has been able to stimulate fear in you through creepy crawlies or other insects? Whether it be through giving you the shivers or downright causing you to turn off the game, it's all fair as long as it has been able to scare you.

The only ones I can think of are the spiders from System Shock 2 but not by much. Bonus points if you can name any non-horror games.

2ccf64  No.15982132

File: 9232abf186fa351⋯.jpg (412.38 KB, 1393x874, 1393:874, Antlions_all.jpg)

more made me afraid of sand than bugs themselves

fuck bugs though, bugs can fuck off.


14d8c8  No.15982136

>>15982132

don't the vortigaunts eat these things?

you think they taste good?


78c13c  No.15982144

>>15982136

t. Xiaoping


edc867  No.15982150

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>>15982132

>fuck bugs though, bugs can fuck off.

Bugs are fucking awesome (Just like many other creatures). Only squeamish spineless cowards are afraid of shit.


5af165  No.15982153

Most vidya spiders dont bother me but the ones in might and magic: kicking simulator made my skin crawl.


9c1829  No.15982162

>>15982150

post your spinnerets


edc867  No.15982163

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>>15982159

>Start dumping


b87bfd  No.15982164

>>15982094

After being bitten by a brown recluse when I was a kid, and having the most lovely scar for decades, I kill anything I see that has more than 4 legs.


edc867  No.15982166

File: 835b3c6628ff2e5⋯.png (565.72 KB, 960x1280, 3:4, whitemantis-fit.png)

File: 4467c38042e8308⋯.jpg (522.12 KB, 960x1280, 3:4, whitemantis-woods.jpg)

And, that's all I have as far as bug girls.


818771  No.15982172

File: 069ee3175f70cc1⋯.png (292.52 KB, 478x319, 478:319, have you slaughtered.png)

Vidya never gets across the feeling of bugs running up and down your skin IRL.

>>15982159

The scene from the movie with the giant leeches is still pretty creepy.

>>15982150

Wasps and hornets deserve extinction.


78c13c  No.15982173

>>15982164

A perfectly normal reaction. It's understandable to tolerate bugs but to love them is a spark of insanity.


2aef53  No.15982174

>>15982163

>spiders freak me the fuck out

>play dark souls 1 and see lava spider bitch

>see all these images as well

I'm not cured but I do want to fuck a spider

>>15982169

Moths always do that shit to me, especially when I'm trying to sleep. I killed a few and left their lifeless corpses on the walls my bedroom, haven't seen any for about a year now.


14bbd6  No.15982256

>>15982174

Just turn off your gay RGB LEDs and moths will leave you alone.


1ca45b  No.15982270

>>15982172

Wasps and hornets both serve important functions for ecological harmony. We'd live in a world full of cockroaches without them, for one thing.


a5d87b  No.15982282

>>15982150

>Bugs are fucking awesome

Unless you want to hump a Palmetto Bug then you're full of shit and think only certain bugs are awesome.


edc867  No.15982330

File: f0033192ff5db6a⋯.png (614.1 KB, 578x800, 289:400, ClipboardImage.png)

>>15982282

I **wouldn't because cockroaches are too pure. They're only for handholding.


edc867  No.15982331

File: f87f218d82763ea⋯.png (304.56 KB, 644x325, 644:325, [Facepalm].png)

>>15982330

>**wouldn't because cockroaches are too pure. They're only for handholding.


78c13c  No.15982347

>>15982330

Anything is cute if you moe-ify it you fucking idiot


c64927  No.15982368

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>>15982330

>cockroaches are pure


edc867  No.15982383

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>>15982347

What do you mean by "moe-ify"? Doesn't "moe" itself mean that you have an affection for something?


8c7a76  No.15982392

>>15982383

>2nd pic

Why did you post the picture of a regular Indian child


a5d87b  No.15982404

File: 12eb3b233523fe6⋯.png (254.46 KB, 464x498, 232:249, VIOLENCE REQUIRED.png)

>>15982383

None of these images make cockroaches less deserving of getting squashed.


f3576b  No.15982420

File: a9775fe0a863075⋯.mp4 (69.31 KB, 988x720, 247:180, eat bolt gun.mp4)

>>15982383

>that second one


a99209  No.15982441

File: 06b1339e4f24d08⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 130.88 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, 06b1339e4f24d0806de8a7ee6e….jpg)

get on my level you fucking plebeians


edc867  No.15982449

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14d8c8  No.15982459

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71cea5  No.15982463

File: 97c06d0fc281121⋯.png (586.53 KB, 686x1147, 686:1147, Moth.png)

File: 4e188598d51abf1⋯.gif (582.23 KB, 500x375, 4:3, Beeman.gif)

File: d702854f7d31bc5⋯.jpg (169.93 KB, 1024x1280, 4:5, spider pole.jpg)

>>15982159


64d712  No.15982486

>>15982330

>cockroaches are too pure.

yes, they develop anxiety if reared without conspecifics.


a99209  No.15982525

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>>15982463

do you ever wake up and think "gee jolly, I don't hate myself enough today"

then I've got just the thing for you


8c7a76  No.15982542

File: abae9a5693e6973⋯.jpg (195.39 KB, 1095x730, 3:2, tailless_whip_scorpion_amb….jpg)

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Spiders are overdone in vidyas, I want to fight those


78c13c  No.15982559

>>15982542

I could have sworn one of the FROMsoft games had these. Maybe Dark Souls 2 or Bloodborne.


edc867  No.15982561

File: a0337b4510ef330⋯.png (1.51 MB, 800x1128, 100:141, ClipboardImage.png)

>>15982542

How about playing as one?


b088af  No.15982573

File: 24515fb2fa87304⋯.png (98.61 KB, 300x300, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

>>15982094

I've a little cousin(not so little anymore, dude grew up and went full /fit/) that was really into Monster Hunter Tri on my wii back in the day.

He had a blast, could play trough the entire single player storyline by himself with no problems.

Well, escept for that little cave in the first map that was really dark and had a bunch off giggis crawling around.

for some reason, he could face giant dragons with no problems, but tiny ass giggis tumbling in his direction really fucked him up. He got all defensive around them, to the point of sometimes running away from the mostly harmless monsters.

And no, he didn't have as much trouble against gigginox itself(didn't like it very much, though, always had a comment to make when it laid eggs). It was just the giggis, specially in the dark cave but not exclusively there.


64d712  No.15982580

>>15982573

just defang them and use them as onaholes


2aef53  No.15982629

>>15982256

I read using my mobile, the light attracts them to my face.

>>15982383

>second image

What the actual fuck


9c1829  No.15982637

File: 85335e138e6e6ed⋯.png (826.77 KB, 999x743, 999:743, 85335e138e6e6ed808a7724c43….png)

>>15982525

I-is that a Minecraft spider?


7a0615  No.15982638

File: c8e11d21b31b425⋯.jpg (156.03 KB, 900x1200, 3:4, __kurodani_yamame_touhou_d….jpg)

What really scares me about spiders (and the prospect of giant spiders) is how they eat. Being pumped out with enzymes so you get liquefied from the inside out and they can proverbially suck you dry must be fairly painful.


bf2aba  No.15982646

File: 50f9f93d07a8d32⋯.gif (1.86 MB, 329x470, 7:10, Scared loli.gif)

>>15982094

Fuck no, I switch the thing off if it's a large, hairy-ass motherfucker. I'm looking at you Rayman 2, you fucking asshole; I haven't forgotten.


f4d83a  No.15982683

if you're afraid of bugs you can fuck off


4d866e  No.15982727

File: 9fdef07dd47646d⋯.jpg (102.72 KB, 670x662, 335:331, Weird-Spiders-Assassin-Spi….jpg)

We need those in vidya.


c1f706  No.15982758

>>15982150

>BUGS ARE AWESOME

>posts cartoons

kill self


c1f706  No.15982765

>>15982174

No you don't, you want to fuck a cartoon.


2aef53  No.15982815

>>15982765

You clearly missed the joke


b548e3  No.15982857

File: be8956a500b38dd⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 42.12 KB, 600x300, 2:1, invertebrate_horseshoe-cra….jpg)

File: 2599e7c7c119880⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 172.58 KB, 995x800, 199:160, horseshoe-crab-eggs1.jpg)

File: e5bb5efb45b4356⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 591.43 KB, 400x225, 16:9, 2YFNwMm.gif)

File: 5cc0f2fcc1ee160⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 992.5 KB, 245x185, 49:37, 4DleuKO.gif)

HORSESHOE


78c13c  No.15982892

>>15982857

I wouldn't pick one of those things up but one time I saw some guy make a salad out of Horseshoe crab meat. It looked pretty tasty.


fc98c6  No.15982902

File: 8f0902ecaf1d19f⋯.jpeg (81.45 KB, 960x429, 320:143, serveimage.jpeg)

Play Dark Messiah you cunt.


a5d87b  No.15982926

>>15982765

Do you know where you are?


a5d87b  No.15982937

>>15982926

>>15982765

And I just realized that you weren't saying that no one here would want to fuck a cartoon, goddamn i'm retarded.


a99209  No.15982938

File: 9aae62554b91b01⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 64.55 KB, 600x600, 1:1, not a minecraft spider.png)


a8b6ae  No.15982982

File: 140b3756d0d61a4⋯.png (474.76 KB, 920x1000, 23:25, Concept - Pixies, Revisite….png)

File: bf6b0aedc9d5793⋯.png (539.87 KB, 1150x1050, 23:21, Concept - Pixies, Revisite….png)

A bug thread on /v/. How convenient.


c64927  No.15983032

File: db6251ea2e4d27e⋯.png (154.54 KB, 380x366, 190:183, mona.png)

>>15982982

>toe beans


6a8b84  No.15983067

File: 8ed6e6ddd0fd32b⋯.jpg (35.32 KB, 610x340, 61:34, 49c79221169ab8da8c7b0f5d0e….jpg)

>>15982094

I hate touching bugs irl. Even a ladybug or rolypoly on my hand gives me the creeps, and I always have to wash my hands right away. I grew up in an environment where mosquitos were everywhere outside and, at one point, the house's furniture got infested with bedbugs. Bloody bloodsuckers, fucking everywhere.

My cousins don't mind touching bugs though. But then, they live in apartments full of cockroaches, so I guess they've gotten use to it. My last experience with insects was when I caught this grasshopper with plastic gloves and a plastic cup. I saw the beady look in its eyes. Its face was so fucking unnatural the way it stared back and it gave me goosebumps all over. I knew then, I would always hate bugs for the rest of my life.

But strangely enough, I don't mind them at all when I see them in games. Like Twilight Princess, where one of the side quests is to collect bugs for this one girl's collection. I guess it's because I'm not actually touching a bug irl, but just a plastic controller and looking at fictional images of them onscreen.

TL;DR: I can deal with vidya bugs. Just not real bugs though.


a8b6ae  No.15983069

>>15983032

Yes, they have mammal-like paw pads, what of it, anon.


78c13c  No.15983090

File: 4c092d283b45a58⋯.gif (173.68 KB, 500x375, 4:3, 4c092d283b45a5818c88935c37….gif)

>>15982982

Reminds me of those little spider bots from Spy-Kids.

>>15983067

I love to observe bugs, too, but I can't stand them in real life. I think the only bugs I would allow to walk around on my bare palm would be ants, ladybirds, and worms (worms because I go fishing on occasion) but anything else is out of the question. Even with worms I feel disgusted hooking them, especially since they have hooks of their own which dig into my skin ever so slightly.


d30d3e  No.15983096

>>15982094

>Have you ever played a game which has been able to stimulate fear in you through creepy crawlies or other insects?

No, never. It's just very different through the screen. Hell, I don't even feel afraid when I watch them IRL from proper distance. But the moment a spider gets near enough to touch me, or actually touches me, I just start panicking even though I know it can't hurt me.


6e092c  No.15983103

File: 5d5a08c83f5f34b⋯.jpg (35.21 KB, 458x391, 458:391, asdf.jpg)

File: c02d29fccd4030e⋯.jpg (18.84 KB, 402x394, 201:197, adsf.jpg)

File: d33657416bd9ed2⋯.jpg (19.68 KB, 340x316, 85:79, latest.jpg)

>fuckhueg

>outruns you unless you cheese by bhopping

>attacks fast as fuck

>takes several hits to kill

>chases you relentlessly

>animated so well it gives you a heart attack

>creepy fucking spider sounds

>even in death it looks gross and it sounds freaky

>the smaller yellow ones are usually in a ghetto spider gang and they fucking jump at you

>red ones shot web and the first time it happens you panic because "holy shit the others didn't do this wtf help"

>there's one under your bed


78c13c  No.15983112

>>15983103

Is that from thief?


6e092c  No.15983131

File: fa288a7d2566511⋯.jpg (29.53 KB, 396x353, 396:353, 6320x45771893678.jpg)

>>15983112

yes, those things gave me the heebie jeebies especially during that one level in thief 2

>enter werehouse

>hear hissing

>find bastard in a cage

>need thing from inside said cage

>he's already reading in fighting stance

>prepare myself mentally

>open cage

>MOTHERFUCKER CHARGES AT ME AT THE SPEED OF SOUND WITH A SPIDER BONER

>run like a sissy girl

man fuck them


b50d02  No.15983210

>>15982094

I've never seen a spider in a video game that moves like a real spider, and that's what triggers my fear response.


818771  No.15983243

>>15983131

Running away from spiders is the best way to deal with them, their hitbox is tiny and it's really unclear where your sword swings register.


59f204  No.15983253

File: 5cf3cbc70a46cde⋯.jpg (52.4 KB, 489x447, 163:149, spider squirrel.jpg)

>>15983210

Anyone would be terrified of giant spiders if they moved at the same speed as real life spiders. One moment you're walking along a trail, then suddenly one blurred split second of scuttling motion, by the time you realize you just got ambushed by one of those giant bastards your already dead with it's fangs sunk right into you.


cf554d  No.15983276

>>15983103

You know you could one-shot them with the blackjack.


c41ec1  No.15983489

>>15982094

I am revolted by insects, particularly beetles and roaches. Usually I am quite detached from games and most things don't bother me, but there's a part in RE7 where you have to fight a broad that controls swarms of bugs and they crawl all over your screen. I wasn't playing the game, just watching a video of it (because I don't really have that much interest in playing it), but it bothered me anyway and I could imagine if I were playing the game that might make me want to nope the fuck out. Also the rooms with all the bugs in MGS2 made my skin crawl. The Pain from MGS3 didn't bother me at all though.


25c4fe  No.15983548

File: affeb281c6b3152⋯.jpg (34.23 KB, 635x442, 635:442, weevely boy.JPG)

File: fc3250d2465ec99⋯.jpg (83.7 KB, 1024x980, 256:245, weevboy.jpg)

File: 34ed15e34d86090⋯.jpg (161.28 KB, 1024x739, 1024:739, weevelo.jpg)

File: 701230ff60d55d3⋯.jpg (1.42 MB, 1820x1365, 4:3, weevely weevil.jpg)

File: 6f88636299091b8⋯.jpg (239.1 KB, 780x522, 130:87, weevly boy.jpg)

I haven't played a single game out there with weevils in it, why are weevils so underrated and is there any game flying in the ether with them in it, even as trash mobs ?


9c1829  No.15983558

>>15983548

That's kinda cute.


2aef53  No.15983569

>>15983548

The first two images made me instantly think jewish bug.

>I haven't played a single game out there with weevils in it

binweevils

You're welcome.


25c4fe  No.15983610

File: 0d1ed04cd7a8b97⋯.jpg (99.03 KB, 704x800, 22:25, the longest snouted weevil.jpg)

>>15983558

I mean yeah, they're also very passive and inoffensive creatures, I love them.

>>15983569

Its like a jew, but actually cute, harmless and ironically for a species of nut and cereal parasiting and eating bug, less destructive for mankind. Also I actually heard of binweevils but it completely wiped out of my mind as the "weevils" in it don't even have one of the best feature of actual weevils being their little black eyes, it's like no one wants proper weevil representation in their weevil related games.


c59b54  No.15983679

>>15983548

Hollow knight has 1 or 2 I think.


af7650  No.15983699

File: dfcecf292fdd4a5⋯.jpg (51.49 KB, 1284x1028, 321:257, RR-PS2-TheCanopy.jpg)

>Have you ever played a game which has been able to stimulate fear in you through creepy crawlies or other insects?

Only one.


7682b2  No.15983706

File: 6a1593e90a5c974⋯.jpg (46.15 KB, 850x497, 850:497, Buenos aires.jpg)

What if we took this bug and…

ENLARGE IT?

Lazy enemy design and they usually look fugly too, big bugs only ever worked in starship troopers the game and movie.

Thread made me check the ceiling twice.


25c4fe  No.15983714

>>15983706

That starship trooper first person shooter got shitcanned by everybody but I actually fucking love that game, I think it really portrays the first movie well and the weapons and enemies are on par and better with the most generic first person shooters.

>>15983679

Thanks I'll check them both out.


7682b2  No.15983718

>>15983714

it was pretty good, i never understood why people shit on both the movie and the game


e8ca4f  No.15983744

File: e27fe96a73235b8⋯.jpg (19.79 KB, 427x424, 427:424, e27fe96a73235b8ec2d12e8af0….jpg)

Stop always trying to make me fucking fap to even spiders.


b3b230  No.15983787

>>15982561

>Vinegaroons

>deadly

Literally one of the most harmless scary looking arachnids. The only arachnid more harmless I can think of is a harvestman/daddy long legs.

Unless some IP like Fallout turns them into a deadly acid-spraying radscorpion variant


b08e5a  No.15983790

>>15982857

Huh, so that's how they move.

Weirdly they actually look less freaky while alive.


165a7d  No.15983796

I can handle real life spiders just fine. Vidya ones are the ones that creep me out from the maze level in Xena warrior princess for the ps1 to the weird ass ones in Bloodborne.


4638e7  No.15983803

>>15983718

Cuz the film shits on the source material, which is a fantastic book imo.

I always found it funny that, even though the movie parodies Jingoism and fascists, they make it look so cool anyway.


af7650  No.15983808

File: 32a460bcdf794e5⋯.png (6.73 KB, 500x250, 2:1, Oekaki.png)

>>15983744

Would odd spiders be any better?


edc867  No.15983812

>>15983787

You also have the option to play through the game as a scorpion.


e346e2  No.15983834

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.


58001a  No.15983878

File: 220f1c8864c040e⋯.png (154.3 KB, 303x404, 3:4, 220f1c8864c040ecd3273ac04f….png)

>>15983548

>my boomer dad is weird in that he gets obsessive about taking up things and then drops them just as quickly

>the character randy marsh from south park has always reminded me of him, especially that creme fraiche episode

>some years ago around 2010 or so, he really gets into making bread

>this was prompted by the discovery of the largely unused bread machine that we had put away far back in a cupboard in the kitchen

>he starts autistically making bread every week

>far more than we can eat, and we end up throwing much of it out as it goes stale or moldy

>it's pretty hit-or-miss, some of it's terrible, some of it's alright

>keeps making it and starts experimenting with different things

>i get up one morning afternoon and start pouring coffee

>my dad walks in and insists that I try his new creation

>i don't really want to but i know he won't shut the fuck up, so i relent

>i take one of the slices from the platter that he's holding and take a bite

>it's one of the better batches and it's the first time that he's tried using poppy seeds

>they have a nice satisfying crunch

>i eat the whole thing and take a second one, and put two more in the toaster

>half-way through the second slice while the toaster's going, i compliment him on it

>specifically on the poppy seeds, and i ask him if he'll make more like it

<what poppy seeds?

>stop chewing

>these poppy seeds

>i hold up the half-eaten slice to his face but he has bad eyesight and can't see without his glasses

>the spots where the poppy seeds scatter throughout the bread are kind of blotchy looking, like they burst from the heat

>their placement and frequency varies throughout the cross-section of each slice

>he takes a look after putting his glasses on and looks confused

>keeps insisting that he didn't use any poppy seeds

>now i'm feeling concerned and mildly disgusted

>we open the bottom cabinet where he keeps his bin of flour

>open the lid and take a look

>there's flour alright, and something mixed in with it

>seeds? they're like a medium-brown colour

>nope

>they're moving

>some of them are skittering around the top, while others burrowing into and out of the flour

>they're weevils

>they're fucking bugs

>i can feel a low rumble and a fluttery feeling in the pit of my stomach, and i get a queezy feeling in the back of my throat

>toast pops up

Man, fuck weevils. I fucking hate 'em. The fact that they look like little jew bugs just makes me hate them even more.


b8e735  No.15983927

File: 8d5028af7aa05f3⋯.gif (1.06 MB, 255x192, 85:64, dfcd43a41a8057258b9d62b750….gif)

>The spiders from Killzone 3

>The giant spider from Crytek's monster hunting FPS

>The spider from Rayman 2


7a3f17  No.15983971

File: b58a95435fa6747⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 2.35 MB, 1777x1201, 1777:1201, b58a95435fa6747d863f960a2e….png)

File: 928bcd1284161ad⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 1.66 MB, 1183x1237, 1183:1237, 928bcd1284161ad7a7a9d1ce45….png)

File: 2eb0f5c001e095c⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 1.63 MB, 1319x1085, 1319:1085, 2eb0f5c001e095c7edd44139f0….png)

File: c0c8e4e238d5a4b⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 342.01 KB, 1283x1773, 1283:1773, c0c8e4e238d5a4b3f722851199….png)

File: f7be705d62736ac⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 331.01 KB, 936x635, 936:635, f7be705d62736acc3dee8d560f….png)

>>15982163

>Kumoko

Best spider.


7e3ec7  No.15983973

>>15983878

This is why you always put a new bag of bread flour into the freezer for a few days and then divide it up into separate sealed glass jars. Fucking bug eggs are everywhere.


78c13c  No.15984012

>>15983253

It's a shame, really. Spiders could be very annoying and difficult enemies. I suppose the closest I've ever seen a game get to mimicking a spider's movement is Binding of Isaac. They are annoying in that game but by no means scary.


710df9  No.15984047

>>15983971

>cone dick


7a3f17  No.15984055

>>15984047

There sadly aren't many options for Kumoko porn.


78c13c  No.15984070

>>15983131

I never had a problem with spiders in Thief. One broadhead arrow puts them down. Though the labyrinth level in Thief 1 in Constantine's mansion with the tunnels had some annoying spiders, but they luckily weren't the most annoying part of that mission.

>>15983878

That sounds awful, anon.


64d712  No.15984953

File: fb4da2d53045fa9⋯.jpg (30.01 KB, 500x374, 250:187, now kiss.jpg)

>>15982758

cartoons did nothing wrong


bea5aa  No.15985080

File: 8fc02de4ddb3006⋯.mp4 (7.14 MB, 540x360, 3:2, JapaneseBugFights-Round26.mp4)

>>15983787

They are one of the worst performers in the tournament.


bea5aa  No.15985082

File: 68bd15ba752ca15⋯.mp4 (9.49 MB, 640x480, 4:3, JapaneseBugFights-Round28.mp4)


59f204  No.15985141

File: de0b060b827cb84⋯.jpg (317.13 KB, 700x554, 350:277, spider-trapdoor.jpg)

>>15984012

People would fear every vaguely different rock formation as a trap spider's lair. Plus it'd be an excuse to have these.


a99209  No.15985251

>>15985141

I wonder why something like that evolved


085469  No.15985257

File: 9248d74ccdb6f8f⋯.jpg (63.81 KB, 800x800, 1:1, a681850b66ed65cc45202eb015….jpg)

>>15985141

Why the fuck does it have a spooky aztec symbol on the back?


1c5553  No.15985261

>>15985251

they have a flat ass to plug the hole they live in, that's how that happened. that or they evolved specifically to bite curious treasure hunters

>>15985257

because that's a hardened area, that's a rib-like structure giving it that look


59f204  No.15985272

>>15985261

The fun part is that if modern kinds of infrastructure sticks around long enough this type of spider will thrive because it will act as camouflage.


1c5553  No.15985287

>>15983067

> I can deal with vidya bugs. Just not real bugs though.

I sorta get what you mean. I don't get spooked by bugs but I really dislike touching them or having them crawl on me, I've done a little bit of beekeeping so I know to just move slowly when it comes to bees but even spiders I know are harmless (living in a colder climate there's nothing particularity venomous out here) I don't like crawling on me even if I don't mind observing them when I find em at work or something.

Hell when I was young I figured a way to push other bugs like ants and flies into spider nests and that was pretty cool to watch but if I happened to pass through a spiders web, the sensation on the skin really doesn't sit right with me and kinda gives me a bit of the willies


d59dcd  No.15985400

File: 1c2dd8e750fb316⋯.png (153.95 KB, 431x431, 1:1, 073Tentacruel.png)

>>15983067

Same with me, but it's just spiders. I don't like touching bugs, but I can do it. Also heights - I get woozy just by standing near the railings on the roof, but I actually fucking love dropping off the high places in vidya. However, I have one real proper phobia - jellyfish. I can't even imagine touching one IRL, I can't even look at photos of them (at least real/realistic ones). Back when I was playing San Andreas, I was training swimming for that one mission in some fucking puddle in the park. That sea nettle jellyfish from standard pictures on Windows XP is bane of my existence because people keep using it as avatar. I don't even live anywhere near them, I'm at the farthest place away from any sea right now. I even almost changed my thoughts on global warming when I heard that it will lead to increased jellyfish population. On the other hand, I can name every single jellyfish species in the Black sea.


4eeaf7  No.15985417

File: d0e052769a88fd4⋯.jpg (317.99 KB, 704x672, 22:21, spider.jpg)

>>15982857

I like these fuckers, too bad I live too far from anywhere they live. I saw them twice at the zoo. but they weren't very lively except one that was going in circles around his aquarium.


d3b3db  No.15985453

File: 2df3fe80ce8e248⋯.jpg (39.48 KB, 562x600, 281:300, 14326789028609.jpg)

>not killing bugs


64d712  No.15985680

File: eef8a7e963e6606⋯.png (86.83 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 蚊.png)

>>15985453

only kill enemy bugs


a5d87b  No.15985705

>>15985680

All bugs are enemy bugs.


da3b5c  No.15985961

File: b4fdbd5abd532f0⋯.swf (1.23 MB, mosquito season (VanRipper….swf)


e181cf  No.15985975

File: bd26ee1351bc711⋯.gif (3.05 MB, 294x250, 147:125, tenor.gif)

I dont care for spuders but

>those fucking spiders with those fucking soundeffects in dark messiah


c338ab  No.15985978

>>15983718

>it was pretty good, i never understood why people shit on both the movie and the game

the game was absurdly buggy when it came out

Apart from that it wasn't that bad providing you can get past the first level without it crashing

It didn't help that the multiplayer was also buggy


24fc92  No.15985996

>>15985975

That portion of the game is the reason I keep a ranged weapon in the inventory.


eab5bb  No.15985999

Thief, Arx Fatalis and Dark Messiah really flare up my fear of spiders. Thing is I'm barely afraid of them in real life, it's just all the hissing and loud noises they make, coupled by the dark, quiet ambience of the games and how huge they can be is quite terrifying.

>>15982463

What's the deal with that Beeman gif?


eab5bb  No.15986011

>>15985080

>Tarantula parks its fat ass on the other guy's face until he dies

Now that's some lewd shit.


58001a  No.15986021

>>15985680

Imagine if she jabbed that right down your peehole.


a99209  No.15986023

>>15985080

>>15985082

I always found these fights to be kind of cruel


58001a  No.15986040

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>15986011

Reminds me of a certain WWE wrestler.


96bf63  No.15986328

File: e2a2cac135a3d66⋯.jpg (78.8 KB, 500x328, 125:82, Tumblr_n1mz7wiXHF1tozjcuo1….jpg)

>bug thread


cd04ee  No.15986417

Amnesia. Scary monsters didn't do it for me, but that crackling sound with the visual of insects crawling across the screen makes my skin crawl every time it happens. Fuck that game.


bea5aa  No.15986525

File: 3f7abc8447c1501⋯.jpg (38.92 KB, 470x351, 470:351, DUR3tlaX0AAG8XT.jpg)

>>15985975

By the time I made it to the end of the level and started to deshi deshi basara out the cave something in me was

TRIGGERED.

I had to pause the game and take a step back cause those spiders just started to freak me out a bit. Never had that happen ever.

>>15985251

>>15985257

It's because they trick kids int opicking them up by looking like oreos.


25c4fe  No.15988552

File: 4c177d7f232338f⋯.jpg (34.51 KB, 564x705, 4:5, milk froggo.jpg)

>>15986023

I agree its really just a glorified rooster or dog fight, you know a society's hitting a new low when it uses living things killing each other (on purpose in a tiny controlled environment, I dont have a problem with the laws of nature) for entertainment, its a kind of situation that's even parodied/portrayed as degenerate in many western shows and movies.

I really fucking hope any arthropods fearer reading this at least appreciates frogs since they mostly feed on bugs and other arthropods.


b8e735  No.15988580

File: 1c868afda4de51e⋯.webm (2.36 MB, 576x360, 8:5, CRUSH.webm)

Scorpions > Spiders

Tarantula poison doesn't do anything other than cause some pain in the bite area.


b548e3  No.15988582

File: a430590887297b8⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 157.55 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 1024px-Theraphosa_blondi_1.jpg)

Oh, forgot to post the biggest spider in the world. The Goliath Bird Eating Spider weighs about a pound and resides in the South American rain forests. Its main diet isn't actually spiders, but it does eat them. It defends itself with the hair on its legs. It rubs its legs together so fast, the hairs fly out and if they get in your eye it's going to hurt for days. It can still bite and that'd be much more severe, but I'd prefer a rash over a bite. The females will actually carry the egg sac with them like Santa carrying presents until they all hatch, so they're a good mama.

https://www.pestwiki.com/goliath-bird-eating-spider/


27b16e  No.15988626

>>15988582

That doesn't actually look all that big.


ecac44  No.15988632

>>15986525

Reminder that the Nabisco logo around Oreo is an alchemical symbol


fce54b  No.15988649

>>15988580

>Ambush predator gets fucked up in a straight up fight

Who would've thought.


8a3c2d  No.15988683

>>15988582

Yeah, I agree with >>15988626. The body looks like it's only a little more than three inches. That thing could easily fit in the palm of my hand.


3d77da  No.15988715

File: 9e5f7f58bf10e86⋯.jpg (517.04 KB, 970x545, 194:109, Giant-Huntsman-Spider-Feat….jpg)

>>15988582

Giant Huntsman is bigger by leg-span.


fb29eb  No.15988744

>>15982159

Came here to mention kong. It's a pretty good game even though it's extremely linear, it's fun to chuck spears and set stuff on fire, and the bugs and stuff are creepy


8a3c2d  No.15988762

>>15988715

Okay, now that is spooky.


7af6ea  No.15988778

File: bf7935bf6e249d3⋯.png (1.22 MB, 784x866, 392:433, ClipboardImage.png)

>>15988582

>>15988715

Pathetic.

This is now a crab thread.


b87238  No.15988782

File: 0bc1b0a481fbf6e⋯.jpg (66.74 KB, 700x525, 4:3, Huntsman-spider.jpg)

>>15988715

Do bear in mind that this image's perspective makes the spider look bigger than it is. The huntsman is sitting on the end of a broom, so take that as reference rather than the human in the background.


3d77da  No.15988788

File: fc7087e8a72bb0e⋯.jpg (29.95 KB, 600x337, 600:337, b881166933z1_2018010914052….jpg)

>>15988762

They're the kind of spider that actually runs after their prey; they aren't ambush predators or scavengers.


3d77da  No.15988795

>>15988782

That looks like a juvenile or one of the smaller subspecies.


7af6ea  No.15988796

>>15988788

So they are the bush niggers of spiderkind?


3d77da  No.15988814

File: 8a22f3bf5db3d7f⋯.jpg (827.84 KB, 670x1005, 2:3, imh_00601.jpg)

>>15988782

The spider I first posted is a Typostola barbata which has a maximum leg-span of ~20cm. Heteropoda maxima is 50% larger. Fortunately they only live in caves.

>>15988796

They're probably smarter.


780437  No.15988864

the spiders in dark messiah fucked with my head a bit, especially the part where you're climbing out of that giant well.


28d65a  No.15988930

File: e2f4df9f2ace147⋯.jpg (634.53 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, metro last light.jpg)

Even though I am disgusted of bugs irl, never bothers me in vidya, except these fuckers. They were so well animated I could barely play through the DLC tbh


e9dbf1  No.15988942

>>15982638

That sort of thing would be extremely inefficcient for giant spiders to do, they would probably just eat you like any other animal would


e181cf  No.15988953

>>15986525

that looks like the Leviathan Cross


7b471e  No.15988958

File: e5c97136afbd651⋯.jpg (29.25 KB, 422x230, 211:115, trite.jpg)

File: 344c9a9d2c60167⋯.jpg (25.07 KB, 722x499, 722:499, trite 2.jpg)

Doom 3 overall was kind of a shit game in terms of being spooky (and in other areas), but these little faggots spooked me hard as shit.

The cherubs were kind of creepy too I guess.


84efec  No.15989371

>>15983699

>that song

>>15988958

>HSSSSSSSS


25c4fe  No.15991641

File: 0efc8996120ffea⋯.jpg (46.89 KB, 255x255, 1:1, interrogous spider.jpg)

>>15988814

Imagine being a neet living in a basement in Laos and your roommate is one of these bad boys with a leg span of 1 foot, might as well keep it on a leash and give it a name at that point. I'd rather have a giant spider than a flipping giant centipede living in my room any day any year.


a99209  No.15991646

>>15985999

>What's the deal with that Beeman gif?

Male bees are big and clumsy


a99209  No.15991651

>>15982982

that first one looks like one of the robots from overwatch


6f16d4  No.15991668

File: 203143dde3ec12b⋯.jpg (74.94 KB, 832x490, 416:245, you swallow 12 of these ev….jpg)


56e137  No.15991828

>>15986023

>I always found these fights to be kind of cruel

That's because they are, genius. Why do you think this kind of stuff is illegal?


6f6219  No.15992574

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Hollow Knight's Deepnest area scared me good because I fell into it by mistake. The combination of creepy enemies bursting through the floor and walls, plus the alien environment and creepy sound effects made me profoundly uncomfortable to be there, even after I had found my way out and upgraded thoroughly.


1acd56  No.15993006

>>15982094

i just wanted to beat system shock 2, then i get to Hydroponics and im pissing my pants.


1acd56  No.15993024

>>15988552

I hate bugs because well just look at them.

And I thought as a kid i'd appreciate spiders because they hunt and kill bugs, but NOOOOPE that fear is multiplied x100.

frogs like that one are always cool though.


ecac44  No.15993088

>>15992574

>Bubble area with no map to progress

>Where the fuck do I go after city

>Deepnest in general

>Those two part slurping enemies in the sewera

Crystal Mines seems too detached from the rest of the game but it was a nice break. HK is really special and I'd hope we get a similar quality game every year


8c7a76  No.15993129

File: 7bc5a7d9d45ae1f⋯.jpg (56.27 KB, 710x400, 71:40, 1510440069456.jpg)

>>15988778

Reminds me that these bad boys exist. I wonder what are their actual size, because it's always perspective shot bullshit.


e3d9de  No.15993166

>>15982169

>Not embracing your moth friends that try to sit on you and watch you play vidya

I love that shit. I came to terms with the fact that my superior Aryan blood makes nature drawn to me in reverence a long time ago, though.


2047fe  No.15993186

File: bf31bd02befef6a⋯.png (220.36 KB, 640x360, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)


bacc68  No.15993195

File: 97c70a614f8de8d⋯.jpg (191.08 KB, 878x718, 439:359, Gravekeeper_Scorpion_Conce….jpg)

>>15982559

Bloodborne has man scorpions.


d5073b  No.15993197

that one vr demo thing where you cant move your hands or you lose and the spider crawls up you?

as shitty as it looks that was not a fun experience


6f6219  No.15993209

>>15982727

That's a really cool design, and I could see their hunting methods being easily implemented into a survival horror or action game.


d38e4c  No.15993212

>>15993186

It even has a giant nose-looking thing.


afe224  No.15993236

What actually goes on inside a spiders head? Is it just instincts? Is it like a robot? Does it think? Does it dream? How intelligent is the most intelligent spider species?

I have no education.


bacc68  No.15993238

File: 387aadaf253507c⋯.jpeg (92.21 KB, 630x566, 315:283, 03-man-holds-massive-coco….jpeg)

File: 6489ee6ad75427d⋯.mp4 (4.64 MB, 480x360, 4:3, Tatos the Terror Coconut C….mp4)

>>15993129

They're not little.


e3d9de  No.15993241

>>15993186

>mfw I have had 3 ticks on me in my entire life of being outside constantly and in deep woods unprotected

They're everywhere where I live too, but they respect me.


89cbf8  No.15993242

File: 3ebc41d75f3be60⋯.jpg (70.33 KB, 456x386, 228:193, 3ebc41d75f3be60646da99cd54….jpg)

>>15993186

I lived in a mountain area in south america and those damn things were everywhere. They killed one of mi dogs by latching themselves on his ear.

I HATE THOSE DISGUSTING THINGS

And the sound they make when you snap them in half is music to my ears.


210354  No.15993269

>>15993242

Sounds like they really tick you off.


b548e3  No.15993275

File: 016799d03ffcba0⋯.jpg (14.39 KB, 568x800, 71:100, BigUboa.jpg)


9c1829  No.15993278


6f6219  No.15993284

File: 0e21d305be92de0⋯.webm (4.78 MB, 380x260, 19:13, S E A E S T H E T I C.webm)

File: 002e3982e8bda4e⋯.jpg (1.07 MB, 2272x1704, 4:3, 1462404582819.jpg)

>>15993236

Spiders and insects lack sapience and self-awareness, and by virtue of having specced into the evolutionary equivalent of a pubstomper they cannot evolve to have more of it because the peak of their biological path is an organism simple enough to be replicated hundreds of times in a single breeding season, yet resilient enough to endure the loss of multiple limbs without being crippled.

Humans (and other social mammals, to an extent) are like the Protoss, in that they're literally defenseless for the better part of a decade while still being ravenous for resources/nutrition, but become unstoppable once all the bizarre racial traits like "language" and "teamwork" and "tools" begin to be exploited.

An unrelated quirk I find cool is that species of spiders which reproduce via mating dances and other courtship rituals can actually self-select themselves into evolutionary paths which reward flamboyance rather than survival skills, assuming the potential mate is at least competent enough to survive to sexual maturity.

>>15993269

Excellent work, spic.


82ab6f  No.15993286

File: 5bef8b78c75e9a3⋯.jpg (5.52 KB, 225x225, 1:1, indeks.jpg)

>>15993242

>>15993269

What a fucking motherfucker


5c79dc  No.15993287

File: 5c6e57bb503bb64⋯.jpg (84.8 KB, 2048x809, 2048:809, long smug.jpg)


5a0731  No.15993292

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.


bacc68  No.15993295

File: 8535a9c14066410⋯.jpg (142.5 KB, 912x718, 456:359, phidippus-audax-34.jpg)

>>15993284

>>15993236

I don't know, jumping spiders seem surprisingly smart.


6f6219  No.15993328

>>15993295

They very well may be, for arachnids. They still lack sapience like any of the lower life forms, though - the same is true of fish, lizards, and insects.


89cbf8  No.15993350

>>15993328

How do you think animal world would change with gradual sapience? Like how humans start as unaware of the world as animals and then start to learn about their environment. Would they start having cultures of their own?

It would be nice that once humans leave this shitty planet they could control and experiment with environment, like forcing sapience in animals to see where it goes.


5c79dc  No.15993361

>>15993350

If humans suddenly vanished then next in line would probably be chimpanzees, which would evolve into discount humans. If you got rid of primates then I don't know: Maybe octopi or dolphins?


8c78de  No.15993378

>>15993361

Don't forget octopus and squid, fuckers are the god damn harry houdini of the animal world on top of being smart as hell.


060477  No.15993432

>Thread filled with monstergirls and not girls being fucked by giant insects

Step up your game


6f6219  No.15993439

File: 0ace2e3832e1e44⋯.webm (7.4 MB, 640x360, 16:9, Octopus mom.webm)

>>15993378

Considerably more caring than the average modern human woman, too.


bdb7a2  No.15993475

>>15982542

You can in Resident Evil Revelations 2


2047fe  No.15993480

File: 200484091874f06⋯.jpg (332.52 KB, 1111x1554, 1111:1554, 451094573bc33d4672f6db8a12….jpg)

>>15993439

>tfw no octopussy mommy gf


9c1829  No.15993513

File: 011f37a675a9e16⋯.jpg (131.03 KB, 764x1280, 191:320, 8244c2d116d50b8bf432316e09….jpg)

>>15993480

>octomom

>not squidmom


c7792e  No.15993534

Dead Space had those awful fucking swarming shits that needed that godawful flamethrower to effectively kill them. Shame they stopped chasing you when you went through a door.


950b98  No.15994341

Invidious embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>15993129

>>15993238

The coconut crab is the largest arthropod in world and may be at the maximum arthropod size limit in current climate conditions, they will actually drown if left in water. They can grow up to a meter big and will eat anything from fruit to meat. They can climb trees, carrying and dropping coconuts to break them open. Any food left on they ground they will grab and steal food leading to the alternative name "robber crab"

The only thing threatening their survival is other coconut crabs and humans making them extinct in some areas.


31453c  No.15994356

File: 0318b7f9509f218⋯.jpg (837.16 KB, 1729x972, 1729:972, Middle-Earth-2.jpg)

>>15982094

Middle-earth: Shadow of War is the most recent game that had spiders that made me want to uninstall.

I fucking hate spiders.


126b9f  No.15994358

File: 1d55c485de72576⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 22.2 KB, 300x300, 1:1, crab.jpg)


9644d2  No.15994372

>>15993513

>1.5x size of the torso

>that right arm

>shows breast bone but tit starts much lower

>bikini strap just vanishes when its suppose to be straight and have tension

>bikini is covering the nipple of the breast but isnt actually supporting the actual weight so the balloons will just slip downward

>hips are completely incorrect

>meme details with beaver mouth forced thigh with that much implied thigh fat ass fangs and clothing embed

>someone probably paid a few hundred dollars for this commission and loved it

remember if you ever want to get this lazy at pumping out low quality garbage you are better off doing furry porn since they will pay triple and you dont have to worry about meme shit


9bee29  No.15994484

>>15982094

<DA2

>Bad camera angles in tight spaces like mines

>Suddenly highly-detailed, true-to-life godzilla sized spider drop down from above

>Fills in the whole screen

<Skyrim

>Giant frostbite spiders

>TFW playing in 1st person

>Thank God for the bear mod

<Subnautica

>Nopesquid

>Nope, nope, nope

<HL

>Barnacles in the most unexpected places

<Resident Evil

>Huge fuck mutant spiders

>Thankfully, the tank controls and fixed camera can sometime help. Would be disastrous if the game was in 1st person

Those are on top of my head for now, I remember there are dozens more games I quitted halfway because I cannot stand insects.


59f204  No.15994515

File: cfb263482228fd3⋯.png (18.54 KB, 196x229, 196:229, ...png)

>>15993166

There is a variant of most nectar eating bugs that for whatever reason has switched from drinking nectar to drinking tears. Those moths attracted to his face might actually be going for his eyes. Apparently it doesn't actually hurt and they're very gentle when standing on your eye.

The most surprising thing is that every known variant unanimously prefer human eyes when given the chance. No one has figured out why for that yet.


59f204  No.15994550

>>15993284

>and self-awareness,

This has been proven false multiple times for 6 years now. Ever since we've invented a needle that can penetrate a bug's carapace without severely crippling their life functions or turning their floating semi-liquid nodes to mush we've been able to pinpoint and accurately determine how they function. Jumping spiders were one of the first and they are fully cognizant of their surroundings. They even memorize and map a fully 3-dimensional environment in their head the same way you do.

Fun fact when a Jumping Spider is looking at you, it is looking at you and fully recognizes you as being alive from sight. It even accurately determines what parts of your face is your face. The limitations of it's size is on how long it takes for it to do this, what takes you seconds takes it several minutes.

Experiments on mere flies have even allowed us to figure out that insects do in fact have memory, that pretty much any insect that moves in 3-dimensions and isn't permanently stuck walking has a sense of self and in fact this sense of self is necessary to even be able to move properly 3-dimensionally, and finally ants, termites, bees, and cockroaches use scent to enhance their capacity for thought.


e3d9de  No.15994559

>>15994515

>It evolved to drink human tears

Nature's response to the 2016 election.


64d712  No.15994803

File: 6ca98299f161584⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 110.76 KB, 772x1000, 193:250, 百足女郎.jpg)

>>15991641

>I'd rather have a giant spider than a flipping giant centipede living in my room any day any year.

centipedes did nothing wrong

>>15993432

fuck you

>>15994550

>cockroaches use scent to enhance their capacity for thought.

cockroaches also become socially stunted and (more) cowardly when reared in isolation instead of with conspecifics.


ecac44  No.15994808

>>15994559

That's not how evolution works at all


985b66  No.15994821

File: d1ef5f37b7b9b18⋯.webm (465.59 KB, 720x405, 16:9, australian_souls.webm)

>>15982094

Fucking parisitic giant spiders.


eab5bb  No.15994857

>>15988626

For you.

Question for Australians, how often do you come across these things? I mean is it common for you to wake up or be fucking around in your apartment and come across a monstrous looking bug?


bacc68  No.15994864

File: cd4cc8a50774e84⋯.jpg (47.95 KB, 640x480, 4:3, deebly goncerned.jpg)

>>15994515

>The most surprising thing is that every known variant unanimously prefer human eyes when given the chance.

>No one has figured out why for that yet.

I'm not sure if that mystical or just deeply unsettling.


71cea5  No.15994870

File: dafae5d62706bcf⋯.webm (Spoiler Image, 4.45 MB, 480x346, 240:173, when you think you're on ….webm)

I can't believe I didn't post this sooner.


bacc68  No.15994880

>>15994870

Is this the movie with the space dinosaurs?


71cea5  No.15994895

File: ba3fb3cdc2e96d3⋯.webm (8.35 MB, 360x240, 3:2, Alien Tyrannosaurus.webm)

File: 05800f331817ec8⋯.jpg (417.33 KB, 1280x703, 1280:703, Arrowtongue hunt.jpg)

>>15994880

Yup, planet of dinosaurs. Honestly, while the acting is fairly shit, the concept is really interesting and the fact that there is no way for them to contact anyone, along with the very strange soundtrack, is really eerie. I've always wanted to make an alternate interpretation here the aliens Look kinda-sorta like dinosaurs (so that a biologist on the team could mention how they resemble earth dinosaurs), but different enough to call them outright alien.


958dd9  No.15995205

File: e7219074cdedd9a⋯.webm (1.18 MB, 421x358, 421:358, Strings.webm)

>>15982646

>>15983927

>Rayman

Why are strings the perfect instrument for arachnids?


b548e3  No.15995250

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Oh, how could I forget this? The only good part of the game?


459334  No.15995273

>>15985080

>>15985082

>>15988580

To be honest, these fights are chink-tier in how pointlessly cruel they are. I'll never understand the enjoyment people get out of making things kill each other. Specially considering some of the included species aren't exactly doing well in the wild at the moment.


78c13c  No.15995282

>>15995273

And they say that Japs are more humane than Chinks. I beg to differ. Japs certainly are more civilized, but if they had been living under Communism, the worst would be brought out of them, just like what happened with the chinks.


71cea5  No.15995319

>>15995205

Spider spin webs and threads akin to a string instrument. Combine how they maintain it by "plucking" it and have someone pluck a harp or violin "incorrectly (up by the frets for example) and you got why strings work with spiders.

>>15995250

>Limbo

The demo gave high hopes of dealing with nightmare creatures, but after the spider there is nothing but trial and error tier traps. Such a bummer.


a99209  No.15995447

>>15995417

we live in a society


bea5aa  No.15995448

File: d4bfcdf0ee68bbd⋯.jpg (45.49 KB, 500x375, 4:3, assassin spider.jpg)

File: e03b6b7d261f594⋯.jpg (307.07 KB, 1500x1200, 5:4, Fig9_Archaea_paradoxa.jpg)

>>15993209

>>15982727

Fuck those things used to be more terrifying. I'm glad I wasn't born on Catachan.


4978b4  No.15995563

my older cousin used to cry and scream at the spiders in skyrim when that first came out.

it was funny when he thought they were only in caves then he got surrounded by them coming down from trees all around him in the forest.

the only time at that spiders have scared me in a game was spiders in some Fallout New Vegas mod.

other than that, I can't play games that require going in deep water or games with sharks.


4978b4  No.15995704

File: 57cb815f443eca5⋯.jpg (168.32 KB, 1024x752, 64:47, 41361-2-1308619463.jpg)

File: 29d028e01451e33⋯.jpg (101.78 KB, 1024x647, 1024:647, 41361-1-1308619462.jpg)

found pics of the vegas spiders that spooked me.


25c4fe  No.15995805

File: 6743c33831264e1⋯.jpg (37.17 KB, 607x567, 607:567, interdimensional demon.jpg)

>>15995704

No pedipalps (mouth arms) out of 10.


18552d  No.15995812

>>15994356

Really? It was the "spiders" that made you want to uninstall?


836d36  No.15995898

File: 56114623746627c⋯.webm (4.91 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Australia Giant Spider Ca….webm)

>>15994857

They're pretty common if you live outside of metro areas. I was lucky one morning, got up to do a piss and came back to find a massive one crawling on my pillow. It came in through my bent fly screen.


ab78ee  No.15995945

>>15994895

I fondly rmember Wayne Barlows designs. I also remember designs from an artist who created an alternative evolution of sorts. Something involving creaturs with two spines. Does anybody know who I'm talking about? There was an entire website dedicated to al those creature designs.

As for the thread … *FUCK DARK MESSIAH SPIDERS*


94cddc  No.15995957

>>15995273

>pointlessly cruel

You get to see how insects actually fight each other, rather than just speculate, which fascinates me.


63d12d  No.15995976

File: 64afde1b89bb24a⋯.jpg (70.61 KB, 600x847, 600:847, a6c7f0d7d2856ec30716edfa14….jpg)

>>15982169

You have absolutely exquisite taste, anon.


e3b92c  No.15996001

>>15994857

In Queensland you can just about have hordes of cockroaches and ants running across every fucking surface in your house during the summer.


64d712  No.15996263

>>15995273

>To be honest, these fights are chink-tier in how pointlessly cruel they are.

Some of the fights are also very unfair.

>>15993209

if i remember correctly, they specialize in hunting web-building spiders. The long face is for catching them off the web without having to step on the web themselves and getting stuck


eab5bb  No.15996316

>>15995898

>>15996001

And how many are lethal to a human being?


4f4557  No.15996880

File: 8992c24364ff865⋯.webm (10.84 MB, 853x480, 853:480, Salticiidae.webm)

>>15993295

>I don't know, jumping spiders seem surprisingly smart.

They are, for spider standards.


efa1e2  No.15996892

>>15995945

>an entire website dedicated to al those creature designs

Maybe Life on Snaiad?

https://canopy.uc.edu/bbcswebdav/users/gibsonic/Snaiad/snduterus.html


5c072f  No.15997088

>>15996880

Even by insect standards they're pretty smart. Intelligence distribution is pretty the extreme in the insect kingdom, if you don't need it you don't have it but if you do need it you get the full package.


78c13c  No.15997147

File: 548ca2302bbc05f⋯.jpg (117.51 KB, 1155x851, 1155:851, a0e2050993d7e243b6f55e64b4….jpg)

>>15996892

I like it. Very alien, that's for sure. I'm just wondering if the artist has a biological explanation or idea in mind just as to why and how these dinosaurs function.

>>15994895

Is that the same artist as pic related? I love this guy's stuff.


f6cbf2  No.15997155

>>15982094

Spiders are niggers

NIGGERS

NIGGERS

NIGGERS

spiderbros

cute and cuddly

waifus

worthy of love and affection

NIGGERS


950b98  No.15997656

>>15982727

>>15993209

>>15995448

>>15996263

The modern versions of assassin/pelican spiders are actually really small like grain of rice big.

>>15996316

They aren't dangerous to humans if they bite you (unlike the rest of the Aussie spiders), their size and high speed make them intimidating though.

Since they have very flat bodies they can get underneath doors and sneak into your house and unintentionally scare people when they end up somewhere you weren't expecting like a window blind, screen door or the sun visor in a car.


c7792e  No.15997671

>>15997656

>sun visor in a car

Jesus Christ that's horrifying. How many accidents does that cause in a year?

>be Australian

>wake up 11am to go to work

>spread vegemite on toast and head out to your 96 hatchback

>put your Fosters in your oversized cup holder and drive off

>sun is aggravating the headache from your hangover

>put down sun visor

>suddenly HUNTSMAN

>yell CRIKEY

>swerve and hit an emu


39809a  No.15997700

File: 68d0ff1ee319b1d⋯.png (224.01 KB, 956x937, 956:937, spidergirl.png)

File: f1dd6db685d786c⋯.jpg (493.01 KB, 2560x1440, 16:9, spiderweaving.jpg)

File: 6b029d8b588cd02⋯.webm (4.42 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, Spider Waifus.webm)

>>15982159

>tfw no spider gf who will drain my balls for proteins for her spider silk


68d41a  No.16000724

>>15982383

>Second image

Fucking Genestealers…


358d99  No.16000787

File: 7292ee9eff57c2a⋯.png (20.26 KB, 300x300, 1:1, enoch.png)

>>15982094

In subnautica I would stock up on health packs, then go out and get a bleeder to latch onto my arm and jerk off as it violently sucked the blood out of his arm, recovering health as needed, then I would take it into my base and let it loose into the aquarium

Sadly they no longer bite you in there

having insects bite and suck blood is my fetish so naturally the bleeder is my favorite creature in subnautica


c59b54  No.16000796


179f08  No.16000798

File: 6ad8dafd5e4be06⋯.jpg (61.03 KB, 699x549, 233:183, hawk stare.jpg)


d73869  No.16000804

File: 70f3d492eab5104⋯.jpeg (58.98 KB, 1254x836, 3:2, 566f28a582bee174ca031a0at….jpeg)

>>16000787

you ever considered this as a pet?


9c1829  No.16000806

File: 29653d0f6cb8be6⋯.jpg (34.17 KB, 342x329, 342:329, 29653d0f6cb8be673d79478d20….jpg)

>>16000787

>having insects bite and suck blood is my fetish

w-what.


78c13c  No.16000809

>>16000787

Do vampires turn you on as well?


358d99  No.16000811

>>16000804

You know it, unfortunately I would need to order one online and at current I'm unable to keep one here

>>16000809

Only a little, mostly isn't just when insects and leeches do it


edc867  No.16000828

File: be0168afe39d062⋯.mp4 (3.03 MB, 512x288, 16:9, Japanese Girl Wants to Kil….mp4)

>>15995282

>And they say that Japs are more humane than Chinks.

I believe it's pretty much divided into this:

>The Japanese have civilization, but lack humanity.

>The Koreans have humanity, but lack civilization.

>The Chinese had both, but they burned it all to the ground while killing their own people several million times.

>>15997088

So, after mammals go extinct, bugs will be the next intelligent ones to rule the world?


78c13c  No.16000834

>>16000828

I'm really not sure if Koreans have humanity even. For one thing, the majority of them like NTR doujins and most of them come out of Korea anyways. Not to mention Koreans have the same education 'standards' as China and Japan where people will kill themselves if they don't pass an entrance exam they studied the past few years for tirelessly.


7e3ec7  No.16000836

>>16000828

Koreans absolutely do not have humanity. Watch any K-drama and you'll see.


cd82f0  No.16000853

File: 1c007504273e4f9⋯.webm (1.29 MB, 230x400, 23:40, China_summerized_in_3_sec….webm)

>>16000828

>chinks and koreans have humanity

You trying to turn this into a chink webm thread? I'm all for it.


78c13c  No.16000867

File: 542bed17af766a3⋯.jpg (33.23 KB, 535x469, 535:469, 542bed17af766a3adbf52a804a….jpg)


edc867  No.16000881

>>16000834

>For one thing, the majority of them like NTR doujins and most of them come out of Korea anyways.

You mean the series run by the Feminist cult that exists over there?

>>16000853

Read again: >>16000828

>The Chinese had both

>had


78c13c  No.16000887

>>16000881

When did they have it, exactly? Cause even before Communism they killed eachother and raped eachother endlessly.


cd82f0  No.16000889

File: e45dc77c3770c72⋯.png (108.07 KB, 398x360, 199:180, e45dc77c3770c726e1decc8aee….png)

>>16000881

Still

>Koreans have humanity


5c79dc  No.16000904

>>16000887

Humanity used to live in a constant state of killing and raping


1b2b2b  No.16000912

>>15995273

Holy shit they are bugs you goddamn pansy. Comparing chinks inhumane treatment of human life to a bug dying is just an insane amount of retardation.


2d1e90  No.16000990

>>15983706

>big bugs only ever worked in starship troopers the game and movie.

<Has never played EDF


358d99  No.16001028

>>16000853

That baby is blue as fuck, did it get strangled on the way out?


179f08  No.16001050

>>15995273

There's a reason they're so popular in Asia. The bugmen among us will still defend it though.


304795  No.16001148

Only on /v/ can I learn about spiders along with seeing spidergrills and also mixes of crabs and various other arachnids.


78c13c  No.16001178

>>16001028

Undoubtedly the mother drank and/or smoked while pregnant, causing numerous complications with the baby. Not to mention reckless movement and stretching happened.


5dc021  No.16001186

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Literally drowning in spiders


59f204  No.16001199

>>16000828

>So, after mammals go extinct, bugs will be the next intelligent ones to rule the world?

No. Having intelligent traits in the insect world comes at a price for example: All flying insects have a Sense of Self because they need it to fly but they lose pretty much all shortcuts non-flying insects have to navigate, walk, stand upright, etc., etc. because they need as much of their neurons as they can afford dedicated to that Sense of Self. If they were to ever lose the parts of their nervous system dedicated to this they become absolutely helpless in every sense of the word, they can't even walk let alone stand upright if they try to move.


3d550c  No.16001231

File: 582e86549b19c15⋯.gif (1.37 MB, 255x237, 85:79, 1405113055579.gif)

>leave a soda out overnight with a straw in it

>take a sip in the morning

>something is very wrong

>spit out a yellowish spider that's still alive

>well we probably both wish we were dead now, don't we?

This happened back when I still had crippling arachnophobia.

I pretty much don't care about bugs any more, I always catch them in my house and put them back outside, jumping spiders I just let them do their own thing.

What's annoying is how spiders in my house regularly hang from the ceiling in the middle of a room or hallway like they're waiting for you to walk face first into them. I don't know if they do it on hot days to stay cool or if they're intentionally trying to hitch a ride.

>>15985141

I'm pretty sure that tarantula's back end got cut in half, that pattern looks like it's innards had hardened over.

>>15985975

One of the largest tarantulas, called the T. Blondi makes a rattling hissing noise as it moves because the spiny hairs under it rub together like a grasshopper's legs to produce sound.

>>15993439

It annoys me how people balk at the idea of eating something intelligent but have no qualms about eating calamari. Cephalopods have been shown to not only learn through observation of other cephalopods, they can utilize objects as tools or shelter, recognize shapes and colors, and utilize both in patterns for communication. If there was any other species we could probably communicate with, it would be cephalopods.


edc867  No.16001257

File: 248e2f70ac90fd1⋯.png (180.62 KB, 663x694, 663:694, Top of food chain.png)

>>16001231

>It annoys me how people balk at the idea of eating something intelligent but have no qualms about eating calamari. Cephalopods have been shown to not only learn through observation of other cephalopods, they can utilize objects as tools or shelter, recognize shapes and colors, and utilize both in patterns for communication. If there was any other species we could probably communicate with, it would be cephalopods.


64d712  No.16001281

File: 81835acaec9ece9⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 130.83 KB, 400x360, 10:9, やったぜジョン石油だ! 石油を掘り当てたぞ!.jpg)

>>16000806

some humans are weird


cd82f0  No.16001306

>>16001281

I wonder what it would feel like if a mosquito sucked my dick.


b52e4d  No.16003233

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I'm always amazed at human potential for perversion. No matter how gross, someone will be turned on by it. I bet there's someone out there who finds vid related hot. Skip to 10m26s


3c361d  No.16003266

File: 3c4aa295be51ce7⋯.mp4 (6.63 MB, 640x360, 16:9, prettyringedearthworm3.mp4)

>>16001231

Reminds me of the one time I woke up to a slightly stinging sensation on my eyelid. Turns out it was a slightly larger spider which apparently had decided to take a walk across it, and spent the next thirty seconds racing across my face before I could shake it off.

>>16003233

Nature is much better at perversion.


680bff  No.16003340

>>16001281

Johnny Joestar?


9a6444  No.16003673

File: dfebca0641ae6ee⋯.jpg (300.87 KB, 820x820, 1:1, gladiatorvslion.jpg)

>>15995273

>>15986023

>>15988552

>>15995957

>>16000912

>>16001050

>tfw you will never live in ancient rome

>tfw you will never see wild animals and niggers fighting each other till death

>tfw you and your bros will never see a man fighting against a lion


7c5a12  No.16003765

>>15982463

I actually really like the first design. Not in a weird sexual way either. Its actually a neat design.


950b98  No.16004211

>>15997671

A quick search reveal it caused some.

>Huntsman spider sparks four-car crash

http://archive.is/Ed2pH

>>16003673

>You will never see the Colosseum's rape giraffe

>You will always be left wondering who asked for or trained said giraffe to even be a Colosseum exhibit in the first place.


e27870  No.16004962

File: 2adb00203d5cb3a⋯.jpg (15.57 KB, 640x480, 4:3, descartes.jpg)

>>16003233

As long as there's a hole or a rod, humanity has hope.


64d712  No.16005112

File: 4cc306a5b7cabde⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 3.52 MB, 1560x9320, 39:233, Kirby Fetish Compilation.jpg)

>>16003233

>No matter how gross, someone will be turned on by it.

Yes, hence coprophilia and necrophilia and foot fetishism, among others.


7a8605  No.16005164

>>15982270

I dont buy this shit for a second.

If evolution exists than the ecosystem will adapt itself naturally. If Wasps were not eating the cockroaches, that simply leaves less competition for other predators.


50df90  No.16006871

File: b62b45d0fb3fa9e⋯.webm (14.87 MB, 853x480, 853:480, Bob_from_Bijilo_-_Removal….webm)

I've never had either phobias. In fact, I used to regularly throw ants into spiders webs as a child. I am however, deftly afraid of parasites and the like. I dislike the idea of foreign entities living inside me using my flesh as a home. I've only ever been mildly unnerved by this in vidya, with the plagas from RE4, the flood from halo, a few enemies from parasite eve, and the dividers from dead space to name a few. I've never seen a played to the point that is bothers me as much as real life.


f5b895  No.16007640

>>16006871

Botflies are the living proof there is no loving caring God on this universe. Unless we are already in hell


39809a  No.16007953

File: a9201a922461371⋯.webm (Spoiler Image, 1.96 MB, 768x432, 16:9, titty mantis.webm)


78c13c  No.16007973

File: 33dfaf3a7d49ce9⋯.png (496.86 KB, 710x508, 355:254, 1468195332515.png)

>>16007953

I am absolutely fucking speechless.


9c1829  No.16008008

File: 1f4235bd1fbda38⋯.png (307.21 KB, 538x540, 269:270, 1f4235bd1fbda385c5601b5412….png)

>>16007953

>that blood

It's fucking eating her.


5c79dc  No.16008025

File: 0c457f5cddf6438⋯.png (12.04 KB, 599x605, 599:605, 1a82cd896db1fb9c63f0048d3b….png)

>>16004211

>To have his work compared so fawningly to battles with some of Rome’s most notorious mythological beast sheds some light on the astounding work Carpophorus was doing within the arena, but he gained fame as well for his animal work behind the scenes. Perhaps most shockingly, it was said that he was among the few bestiarii who could command animals to rape human beings, including bulls, zebras, stallions, wild boars and giraffes, among others. This crowd-pleasing trick allowed his editors to create ludi meridiani that could not only combine sex and death but also claim to be honoring the god Jupiter. After all, in Roman mythology, Jupiter took many animal forms to have his way with human women.

>Historians still debate how common of an occurrence public bestiality was at the Roman Games — and especially whether forced bestiality was used as a form of execution — but poets and artists of the time wrote and painted about the spectacle with a shocked awe.




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