native to the wilderness regions of the planet Sevarcos, this large crustacean measured over a meter in length, including its tail. Rumors told of hitcher crabs exceeding four meters in length, but these stories were discounted mirages. Three large spikes on top of their shells, and two clawed arms. The hitcher crab produced a slow-acting poison that coated their shells and spikes. They also have water sacs which they carry inside their shells, allowing them to survive for long periods in the desert. The hitcher crab was a forger, living on the small rodents and plant life along the canyons. When at rest, they buried themselves in the sand and went into a form of hibernation. Unsuspecting creatures who stepped on the back of the crab were injected with the poison. Eventually, the victim died from the wounds, and the crab simply tracked it and consumed it later.