This spiny, long-legged crab towers over its surroundings. Its quick and powerful claws thrash wildly, eager for prey.
Shark-Eating Crab CR 7
Evolved for snatching fast prey, a shark-eating crab is exceptionally quick with its claws. When making a full attack, if a shark-eating crab misses with both of its claw attacks, it can make an additional claw attack at a -2 penalty against any creature within its reach.
Environment any water
Organization solitary or cast (2-8)
Extremely fast and agile for such a large creature, the shark-eating crab preys on predators of the sea. Not limiting its consumption to just sharks, these crabs feed on fast-moving fish like barracudas and tuna, and even mollusks like giant squid. Their hunting skills have evolved over the ages to track the movements of fast creatures swimming above them as the crabs blend into their surroundings.
The typical shark-eating crab stands 16 feet tall and weighs just over 4,000 pounds.