Tailers are poisoness scorpion like creatures that unlike insects or arachnids have only four legs with the rear legs being nearly twice the length of the front. They are red to black in color and are covered in hard chitin scale plating. Tailers carry their tails aloft, curled in the likeness of a scorpion’s and like such possess a sting at the end. One to three tentacles stick out from around their neck, with the number of tentacles probably acting as an indication of age or strength. Often encountered in large numbers they will quickly gang up on potential prey.