This slimy, sticky, worm bears a striking resemblance to humanoid entrails. Its lengthy body looks like a lumpy, veined, gray tube approximately 10 feet long, but no thicker than a sword handle. It has no eyes, and its large, round mouth resembles the suckered mouth of a leech.
A gutslug that grapples a foe drains blood. This deals 1d4 points of Constitution drain each round the grapple is maintained. Once a gutslug has drained 8 points, it detaches and flies or slithers away to digest its meal.
Gutslugs are vulnerable to salt. A pint of salt deals 1d4 points of damage to a gutslug for 1d2 rounds and causes it to lose its racial bonus to grapple checks. A pint of alcohol poured or thrown on a gutslug deals no damage but causes it to lose its racial bonus to grapple checks.