At a glance, a mycelian appears to be a vaguely man-shaped
hulk of shambling vines and fungal growths. In truth,
however, this appearance is only skin deep – a mycelian
is merely a shell of parasitic matter furled around an
unconscious human host. Deeply ingrained into its (usually
unwilling) host’s nervous system, the primitive fungal
mind of a mycelian desires only to spread its sporous
infection to new bodies.