Kikimore warriors protect their queen and kikimore workers as they dig tunnels or look for food.
Immune to most effects, including blinding; resistant to knockdown; they use scent to communicate with other kikimores.
Sensitive to silver and Insectoid Oil.
During combat warriors spit acid, blinding their opponents and causing crippling pain.
Tracheae, venom glands, and toxin.
A more abominable beast is indeed hard to find. Not quite a cockroach nor a spider, it makes ladies faint and gentlemen feel disgusted. The kikimore warrior reeks of the swamp. For this reason, I insist that exhibit no. 88 be removed from the university assembly hall. And, anticipating the question "what should be done with it then?", I answer: throw it to the compost heap. From a request submitted to the president of Oxenfurt University