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Large Spider is a blanket-term used for any spider that has been infected due to the t-Virus in an unplanned manner - an "irregular mutant". They are different from the Web Spinner in the sense that the Web Spinner B.O.W.s were experimented from the start, while the wild spiders simply mutated on contact. The Large spiders, like other t-Virus-infected spiders, produce "little spiders", which live on their mother's back. If the back of Large Spider wasn't blasted by powerful weapons, Little Spiders won't appear. Unlike the Web Spinner, these "irregular mutant" spiders had redeveloped the ability to create a web for trapping prey, which ironically, made them much more akin to the Black Tiger.
The Large Spiders frequented in the sewers of Raccoon City, where they were infected during the Raccoon City Destruction Incident when the t-Virus was leaked into the sewers. In a similar manner, Large Spiders populated the sewers of Sheena Island two months later during its own viral outbreak, when t-Virus -laced chemicals mixed into the sewage.
Like other spider-like creatures in the series, those species can poison the player by spiting fluid on him. Blue Herb plantations are the warning sign to player, that he or she must be ready to encounter those poisonous spiders.
- Sumner, Christian; Shotten, Brian; Owen, Michael, eds (9 November 2005). Resident Evil Archives: Umbrella's Virus Uncovered. Translated by Zpang America, Inc.. BradyGames. ISBN 0744006554.
- ↑ モンスター紹介 (Japanese). Capcom. Retrieved on 2012-08-22.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Sumner, Shotten, Owen (eds). Archives. pp.169-170.
- ↑ Resident Evil 2
- ↑ Capcom. Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles. (Capcom). File: Large Spiders.
- ↑ バイオハザード ガンサバイバー／敵キャラクター (Japanese). Capcom Co., Ltd.. Retrieved on 2013-06-25.