Fungal Coati Group, Small, Devious
Spore slime ejection (w[2d4] damage) 6 HP 0 armor
Near, Ignores Armor
Special Qualities: Climbing

A disgusting chimera formed by the changing rains that sweep across the lands. Somehow, this chimera seems to be stable enough to breed true, creating a new and disturbing species. The cranium, snout, back, and tail of this small, climbing mammal have been completely replaced with a spongy fungus that billows out from the animal, with a few fluted protrusions at the front and a lattice-like structure at the back. Spore-filled slime drips from the flutes and occasionally is projected by sneeze-like spasms. Infection with spores is fast acting and can range from a disgusting skin condition to a fatal organ corruption. These creatures are mysterious in nature and can be found engaging in a variety of activities with an unpredictable disposition to intruders. Instinct: to reproduce and spread

  • Shed a spore-filled slime onto the ground
  • Invade a slime-coated body with virulent fungal spores
Created by potrace 1.10, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2011 This monster has been edited. Its probably still cool, but its stats may not line up with standard monsters.

Created by: Lunatic Pathos