Wystes are typically 2' in diameter, and 25' long. They have translucent skin, revealing twisted strands of pulsing organs underneath. Wystes have no faces, but rather a frontal sucker hole with long claw-tipped tentacles.
Wystes have the ability to lunge large distances (up to 15') and grapple their prey, using their claw-tipped tentacles. They then proceed to eat at their prey with their sucker holes until their prey is devoured.
Wystes use their tentacles as sensor organs, and because of this have blindsight.