Vagina Dentala
Vagina Dentala
Threat Level
Active Status
Other Names
Dentala, VD, Teeth Spider

Description: In its dormant form, the Dentala resembles a small white pearl with tiny spider legs. In its active form, the Dentala expands into a concave cylinder and grows multiple sets of razor sharp teeth (see image). Dormant Dentala can be found in hollowed shells of sea and lake animals, such as oysters and clams, while active Dentala make their nests within the vaginas of human women.

Dentala produce 2 strong pheromones within a radius of maybe 5 to 10 feet, capable of greatly affecting human behaviour. The pheromone produced when dormant (PhD) causes forgetfulness and slight numbness in the body while the pheromone produced when active (PhA) has strong aphrodisiac properties.

Background: Dentala were known to the Society for quite a while, being discovered at the tail end of the 60s by the Belching Elks who organized a "hunting party" to hunt Aberrants in Jamaica. They were an outfit comprised of a few 20-somethings who focused less on hunting and more on the party. Tragedy struck when one of their members was mauled by a Dentala. With quick thinking, the other members managed to stop the blood lost by cauterizing the wound with a BBQ poker.1

The Elks later performed a complete sweep investigation of the entire Caribbean, from Jamaica to Barbados. Diving underwater, they found the corpses of women slowly walking on the ocean floor, each covered head to toe in Dentala egg clusters. The Elks exterminated every cluster they could find but the ocean's a big place and there's still a lot down there.

At the time, we thought Dentala were a Caribbean thing, something far away that we didn't have to worry about. That all changed when Barry from the Rapid Otters went pearl diving and stumbled upon a group of them. Shambling corpses covered with eggs, somehow moving on the sea floor, just 20 feet off the coast of a public beach. Since then, regular Dentala attacks have been reported all over the East and West coasts, notably from national parks and other heavily forested areas in California, Washington State, Florida and Maine.

Location and Population: Dentala live near bodies of fresh water and sea water with a close proximity to dense forests. These forests provide much needed shade for the heat-sensitive Dentala and most Dentala shells are found under the shade of a tree. Dentala shells are scavenged from dead oysters or clams. While they are born in the sea, Dentala live most of their lives on land.

Many hot years and dwindling forests have made Dentala inactive for quite a while but ironically, efforts made to conserve forests by The Society and other groups have led to a resurgence in reported Dentala attacks.

Dentala eggs can be found in clusters attached to pale, decomposing women. While these women usually walk the depths of the ocean floor, where no natural light can reach, they will venture into shallow water when the eggs are ready to hatch.

Hunting or Procurement Methods: In order to remove the Dentala from the vagina, Warders are instructed to flood the nest with water or any non-toxic liquid. This will cause the Dentala to make weird gargling sounds before expelling itself from the victim's vagina so that it can breathe air. At this point, the Dentala will be too sluggish and bloated to move and should be killed with a long-distance weapon, like a gun or a spear, before it reverts back to its dormant form and flees into the wild. Dentala will puff out into a ball of spiked teeth2 upon death then quickly decompose. Do not step on or stab a bloated Dentala with a knife unless you want a foot or hand filled with teeth.

DO NOT expose active Dentala to extreme heat or place the victim in a sauna or hot tub. While Dentala are sensitive to heat, they become violent and loud in their death throws, often goring the victim while screaming like a banshee.

To exterminate the eggs clusters, dive down to the ocean floor and look for human figures covered in red or pink blobs. Just be careful you don't meet any other aberrations. The same rules of long-distance range weapons apply. Be careful with tethered harpoons as Dentala teeth will cut the ropes.

Think you got them all? Dentala are difficult to exterminate completely due to their excellent ability to camouflage themselves among regular oysters and clams. It just takes one Dentala to find a woman and start the nesting process all over again.

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Additional Notes: There exist a rarer subspecies of dark grey Dentala who specifically target the Anus (as oppose to accidentally like the Vagina Dentala) known as Anal Dentala. While Anal Dentala possess many of the same qualities as their vaginal cousins, there are important key differences. Instead of expanding into a concave cylinder, they expand into a convex rod. Victims possessed by Anal Dentala suffer from arrogance, a lack of desire to procreate and have difficulty relaxing or having fun.

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