A Japanese story, Centuries old – The Konaki-Jiji were a form of Yokai (Spirit), said to be formed by unborn babies or those left to die (for a variety of reason). When ''created'' from such misery, The Konaki appears as a ''infant'' still, crying uncontrollably. The nature inclination by any normal person would be to pick up the scared and hungry child. This would be your first and last mistake. The Konaki slowly begins to gain weight, until – unable to support it – your are crushed. Some variations of this ''theme'' have The Konaki ''sucking'' the ''lifeforce'' from it's victims (hence the adding weight). Once so ''drained'' and left as a lifeless husk, they drag themselves back into the forest – to await digestion of their ''meal'' and another change at......dining again!