THE CIRCLE OF LIGHT
2 Foot long wasp creatures
Blood bees resemble 2-foot wasps with an accordionlike sac flapping from the thorax. When attacking, the bees fly backward, strike their prey with the sticky sac, and then fly forward. The forward motion extrudes a hollow spine from within the sac, which punctures the victim’s skin and drains his blood. Once filled, the bag becomes heavy enough for the bee to pull free. The laden insect then flies back to its nest to feast on the blood of its victim.