"'The Great Weisima!' I called, 'Come forth in the name of Inglip! Face your death upon my sword!'" - Jacklu, right before destroying the vile beast
According to the depiction in the original Jacklu manuscript, the Great Weisima is an immense worm creature with gargantuan pincer-like forearms. It is not known just how much larger the beast may have been.
The beast possessed three bulging eyes, positioned at about 1, 6, and 11 on its round, clock-shaped face. In its center lay a gaping maw ringed with sharp teeth.
Scholars dispute whether or not Weisima refers to the beast's given name or its species, and are on the hunt for any lesser weisimas.
Battle against JackluEdit
The Great Weisima was to be slayed by Jacklu as part of his test of loyalty and servitude to Inglip. It is not known why Inglip wanted the beast to be slain.
Jacklu took one of its eyes as a trophy, but it is not known what happened to the eye after it was given to Inglip.
Religious and cultural significanceEdit
Jacklu's triumph over the beast is a popular motif in Gropagan art, literature, and song.