|“The only way to slow a Djinn long enough to catch one is with the venom of a Tiger Widow. One drop is strong enough to kill a man or tire a Djinn, so he don't be poofing around.”|
|— Soto to the ninja about the Tiger Widows' venom|
Tiger Widows are massive spiders of Tiger Widow Island.
Abilities and Powers
Extremely massive for a spider, the Tiger Widow was incredibly fast for its size, pursuing the ninja across the jungle in pursuit of Jay. Additionally, it had enhanced endurance, being able to survive a lightning blast from Jay and a large fall into a chasm. It also weave massive webs that can support the weight of a grown man. The Tiger Widow's most infamous asset, however, is its venomーa single drop is potent enough to kill a human, and mere skin contact can induce death within minutes, even for an Elemental Master. Its venom is also perhaps the only true weapon against a Djinn, being potent enough to exhaust one enormously, leaving said Djinn vulnerable to attack. Its venom also apparently inhibits a Djinn's mental functions as well, as, when under the affects of the venom, Nadakhan failed to twist around Jay's wish to his favor.
- Their lair is a cave with a temple entrance.
- Tiger Widows are apparently somewhat cowardly.
- They are similar in size and appearance to Spykors.
- Due to the skeletons caught in its webs and the presence of a temple at its lair's entrance, it's possible the island was inhabited, but the Tiger Widows killed all of the residents, hence why the island's location is so obscure.
- It may be possible for Tox, the current Elemental Master of Poison, to survive the venom of the Tiger Widow.
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