Ooze Touch

School transmutation; Level druid/shaman 5, sorcerer/wizard 5


Casting Time 1 standard action
Components S, M, V (a piece of dried skin in the shape of a lash)


Range creature touched
Target one non-ooze creature
Duration instant
Saving Throw see text; Spell Resistance no


This spell transforms the caster’s limb into a slimy pseudopod and grants an immediate touch attack. The caster chooses the color and effect of the pseudopod at the time of casting. The pseudopod does 1d6+1 hp acid damage per caster level and has another effect dependent on the caster’s choice of pseudopod. (See the Ooze Touch Options table). All saves use the spell’s DC.

Table 2-10: Lesser Ooze Touch Options Pseudopod Description Additional Effect Gelatinous Cube Square cross section, clear Paralysis (DC caster level) Grey ooze Grey, slimy 1d6 acid damage to clothes/armor ( Ref save) Slime mold Green, releases spores Fungus rot: save Fort; onset 1 day; frequency 1/day; effect 1d2 Str damage and 1 Con damage and fatigue cure 1 save. Effect lasts until cured. Ochre jelly Yellowish brown, slimy Damage is nonlethal, paralysis (DC caster level) Table 2-11: Ooze Touch Options Pseudopod Description Additional Effect Shoggoth Studded with mouths and eyes Grapples with CMD of 30 for 3 rounds Id Ooze Gray, slimy ConfusionWill DC for 3 rounds Black Pudding Black and slimy 21 acid damage to armor/clothing ( Ref save)
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