A plant or animal that lives in an inhospitable region.GMGs are Genetically Modified Guardians; animals who's defensive functions have been altered to help ward off intruders and minimize prison escapes. GMG Scorpions were created to immobilize threats in a humane fashion. After vast experimentation in W.I.L.L.O.W.I.S.P. labs, scientists finally unlocked a process that replaces the deadly properties in scorpion venom called Necrotoxins with artificially formulated biochemicals called Narcotoxins. Traditionally, the Necrotoxins would quickly spread throughout the human body with an aggressive paralyzer that works to impede the movement of vital organs, consequently preventing the occurence of natural bodily functions such as breathing and heart beating. Narcotoxins are created with extracts from Valerian, Lavender, and Passion flower, along with other tranquilizing elements that will only cause a temporary stun before putting the victim into a deep sleep. These scorpions are mass bred and spread all over Dionaea Muscipula.-Dimi & Janet
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The genetically modified scorpions were planted and are only found on Dionaea Muscipula.
Commander McCox Gives Newbies the Rundown: The scientists here at W.I.L.L.O.W.I.S.P. have some insane projects, and this is one of them. Behold, the GMG Scorpions. If you were waiting for the cutest scorpion to pet, here it is! Although I don't know why you would want to do such a thing. It still has a stinger, but I guess it would be better for you to pet one of these as opposed to the deadly ones. The scientists have genetically modified the venom of these little guys, swapping out the death juice with an artificially produced sedative. After trying to get close to one of these, you might fall asleep for a few hours, but, you know.