This curious fungus grows in perpetually dark and moist places, like the basement floors of abandoned superstructures or deep caverns where they are thought to have been first discovered. They are unique for fungus in the way that they are sedentary predators and strike at anything that draws close to them in the dark. From the 5 foot tall stem they have two arm like structures jutting out from both sides and end in a curving way that resemble bladed scythes made of a sharp bone like substance. Where a cap would normally be on a mushroom is instead replaced with an elongated head with a long neck, which resembles a shark with multiple rows of sharp pointed teeth. They lack eyes and seem to sense vibrations through the ground they are rooted in and can twist around almost 180 degrees to bite and slash at prey.