Big Bad Bed Bug

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Monsters of Godville
Big Bad Bed Bug
Cimex Malum
Class Insect
Habitat Under Beds, Hotels, Inns
Description A big and bad bed bug

Big Bad Bed Bug(Cimex Malum) is a vicious monster. It is a human-sized bed bug that makes any other monster hiding under a bed look tame. Based on its typical behavior, it is believed to be strictly nocturnal.

General Information

During the night, when an unsuspecting victim is sleeping, the Big Bad Bed Bug will sneak up and attack. Usually, this monster will violently pull its victim out of bed and throw them around like a rag doll. The monster will not stop until it knows that its victim is dead. Then, the Big Bad Bed Bug will proceed to eat the now-dead victim. If the victim is sleeping in a sleeping bag, the monster seems to think the sleeping bag is part of the victim's body and will proceed to attack them while they are still in their sleeping bag.



  • Incredibly strong and vicious
  • Surprise attacker


  • Bug Spray
  • Not smart
  • Repellent
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