- For other uses, see Mudcrab.
They are tough and territorial, and groups of them may become troublesome. Individually, they are more of a nuisance than an actual danger.
Mudcrabs are usually detected by the sound of their legs scuttling across the ground. Young mudcrabs have flat carapaces while those of older ones are somewhat conical. Mudcrabs prefer to stay near the water and won't follow the Dragonborn and other beings too far away from their home. Although they are quite weak and can easily be killed by those with even low combat skills, mudcrabs can still deal out plenty of damage to low-level characters. Much like Dwarven constructs, arrows will not penetrate their hard carapace; instead, archers will find that arrows will often deflect off their shells, though they still do damage.
- Mudcrab Chitin
- Mudcrab LegsHF
- Very rarely drops small treasure items:
- The fossilized giant mudcrab can be found at a small pond just east from Gjukar's Monument. It cannot be re-animated using Conjuration spells.
- Pincer is a small mudcrab that appears if Hearthfire has been installed.
- Old Salty is a named mudcrab found on Solstheim.
- If the Dragonborn sneaks up on a mudcrab while it's crouched (looks like a rock, not moving), it may fall through the world, disappearing completely.
- Mudcrabs (of both sizes) often clip into the ground when killed, though usually one or both of the pincers remains above ground.
- The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- The Elder Scrolls Online
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