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Paradox

Arachne B or Arachnes as a companion is a monster in the second part of Monster Girl Quest: Paradox.

Monsterpedia Entry

“A monster belonging to the Arachne family that acts in a group. They attack men in swarms and cover them in viscous thread. Men who are caught by the group become their prey.

Once caught in their web, the man’s entire body will be entangled in sticky thread. His penis will also be covered with sticky thread, causing repeated ejaculations from the sticky feeling. Sometimes they will even force his penis into their spinnerets and make him ejaculate into it. They do not eat large prey, so there is no danger of the man being eaten by them. However, there is no escape from them, and a fate of being squeezed endlessly is all that awaits.”

Attacks

  • Attack – One Foe
  • Arachne Fellatio – One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute
  • Arachne Bust – One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute
  • Arachne Spinneret – One Foe (Luka), Pleasure Attribute
  • Sticky Thread – One Foe, Pleasure Attribute, Slime 75%
  • Mass Quick – All Allies, 170% Agi, Hit Rate +100%, Evade +50%, Magic Evade +50% for 6 Turns

Strategy

Always spawn in trio. They don't deal high damage, but each of them possess a different time skill that will make the fight drag on that much longer. However, they're weak to status effects with silence in particular being very effective. Every attack type is effective against them, but bio is even stronger.

Your killing order should be Spider C -> Spider B -> Spider A.

Evaluation

"Becoming the prey of a group of spiders... It's extremely shameful for a hero to enjoy being wound up in thread. The Arachne group use their sticky thread to Bind and inflict Pleasure damage. They are extremely annoying because they can also use Time Magic. Blind doesn't work that often on them since they have so many eyes. But aside from that, status effects generally work on them so use them effectively. Now go, oh Brave Luka. Creatures like spiders should be wiped off the face of this earth."