Reminder:
This is a Spider Splicer, once of several different Splicer types.
Spider Splicers are characterized by the sharp hook-like appendages that they hold in their hands. They use these hooks to scale up walls and ceilings. Sort like Spider-Man except… way more awful. They can also use the hooks as projectiles and throw them at foes. It is curious to note that no matter how many hooks a Spider Splicer throws, she will always have more. 
The Spider Splicers in Springfield use coat hangers, apparently. 

In addition, Spider Splicers are dangerous because of their enhanced strength and inhuman agility. Spider Splicers have been known to be able to jump from the floor all the way to the ceiling in one bound. They often utilize a series of flips, kicks, and jumps, all of which can be used to devastating effect in combat. 

A Spider Splicer on the ceiling.


Yeesh.
The recommended strategy for dealing with these Spliders is to stay fast and stay alert. Try to anticipate where they’re going to go and aim a little ahead of them. Also, when they drop from the ceiling, they usually take a few seconds to recover; that’s the moment when you need to hit them with everything you’ve got. More than anything, stay calm. The Spider Splicer wants you to panic. You’re easier to kill that way.
Oh, Subject Delta, please be careful…

Reminder:

This is a Spider Splicer, once of several different Splicer types.

Spider Splicers are characterized by the sharp hook-like appendages that they hold in their hands. They use these hooks to scale up walls and ceilings. Sort like Spider-Man except… way more awful. They can also use the hooks as projectiles and throw them at foes. It is curious to note that no matter how many hooks a Spider Splicer throws, she will always have more. 

The Spider Splicers in Springfield use coat hangers, apparently. 

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In addition, Spider Splicers are dangerous because of their enhanced strength and inhuman agility. Spider Splicers have been known to be able to jump from the floor all the way to the ceiling in one bound. They often utilize a series of flips, kicks, and jumps, all of which can be used to devastating effect in combat. 

A Spider Splicer on the ceiling.

A Spider Splicer on the ceiling.

Yeesh.

Yeesh.

The recommended strategy for dealing with these Spliders is to stay fast and stay alert. Try to anticipate where they’re going to go and aim a little ahead of them. Also, when they drop from the ceiling, they usually take a few seconds to recover; that’s the moment when you need to hit them with everything you’ve got. More than anything, stay calm. The Spider Splicer wants you to panic. You’re easier to kill that way.

Oh, Subject Delta, please be careful…

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