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They were flanked by two crab-like Melfans who were easily capable of scuttling along twice as fast as the Drambons could roll, while a thirty-foot scaled and tentacled Chalder swam ponderously above them ready to discourage local predators with its teeth, claws and great bony club of a tail-although in Conway's opinion one look from any one of its four extensible eyes would be enough to discourage anything with the slightest will to live.

There exist crab-like souls which are continually retreating towards the darkness, retrograding in life rather than advancing, employing experience to augment their deformity, growing incessantly worse, and becoming more and more impregnated with an ever-augmenting blackness.

Abandoning it, he shuffles crab-like from the unguarded edge of the platform, to venture among the bales of hay in the shadows.