|Wild Card Traits||Spider form, superhuman strength, high durability, dimensional travel|
|Place of Birth||Australian outback|
|Citizenship||Australian citizen, deceased|
|Base of Operations||The Dreamtime|
|First Appearance||Aces Abroad|
|Final Appearance||Aces Abroad|
Little is known of the origins of the Murga-muggai, although when she was stricken with the wild card virus she gained the appearance of a giant trapdoor spider and the ability to enter the Dreamtime.
The Murga-muggai carried a pronounced hatred of foreigners and sought to destroy American efforts to buy into a satellite ground station that might give them broadcasting access in Australia. To this end she sent two waves of assassins against Cordelia Chaisson, who had been sent as part of a two-person team to secure the broadcasting rights. Both groups were beaten back and the attack also drew the attention of the Murga-muggai's nemesis, Wyungare, who then brought Cordelia with him to confront the Murga-muggai. She beat Wyungare soundly, but was lured to the edge of a high drop and tripped by the girl. Unable to stop herself, the Murga-muggai plunged to her death on the ground below.
Wild Card TraitsEdit
The Murga-muggai has the form of a huge trapdoor spider with a body the size of a volkswagon beetle. She is immensely strong, to the point where she is able to carve out a tunnel for herself from sandstone and block the entrance with a suitably large slab of rock.
The Murga-muggai is also able to enter the Dreamtime, a realm outside of normal space and time believed to be the source of all things in Australian aboriginal folklore.
The Murga-muggai has the form of a huge trapdoor spider with a body the size of a volkswagon beetle. As with more conventionally sized spiders she propels herself on eight long legs, yet unlike them she is somehow capable of human speech.
The Murga-muggai is a psychopath intent on the eradication of all foreigners on Australian soil.
- The Murga-muggai was listed in the Aces Abroad game supplement as a shape shifter and could take the form of a beautiful maiden, or an old crone.
- Wild Cards Volume IV: Aces Abroad - "Down in the Dreamtime"