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    Ooze, Crystal

    A seemingly mundane puddle, patch of moist stone, or glistening rock is suddenly revealed to be more as a terrible pseudopod lashes out.

    Crystal Ooze
    CR 4

    XP 1,200
    N Medium ooze (aquatic)
    Init –5; Senses blindsight 60 ft.; Perception –5


    AC 5, touch 5, flat-footed 5 (–5 Dex)
    hp 50 (4d8+32)
    Fort +9, Ref –4, Will –4
    Defensive Abilities ooze traits; Immune cold, fire


    Speed 10 ft., swim 30 ft.
    Melee slam +6 (1d6+4 plus 1d6 acid and grab)
    Special Attacks acid, paralysis


    Str 16, Dex 1, Con 26, Int —, Wis 1, Cha 1
    Base Atk +3; CMB +6 (+10 grapple); CMD 11 (can't be tripped)
    SQ transparent


    Acid (Ex)

    The digestive acid that covers a crystal ooze dissolves metals and organic material, but not stone. Each slam and constrict attack deals 1d6 additional acid damage. Armor or clothing worn by a creature grappled by a crystal ooze takes the same amount of acid damage unless the wearer succeeds on a DC 20 Reflex saving throw. A wooden or metal weapon that strikes a crystal ooze takes 1d6 acid damage unless the weapon's wielder succeeds on a DC 20 Reflex save. The ooze's touch deals 12 points of acid damage per round to wooden or metal objects, but the ooze must remain in contact with the material for 1 full round in order to deal this damage. The save DCs are Constitution-based.

    Transparent (Ex)

    Due to its lack of vivid coloration, a crystal ooze is difficult to discern from its surroundings in most environments. A DC 15 Perception check is required to notice the ooze. Any creature that fails to notice a crystal ooze and walks into it automatically suffers damage as if struck by the ooze's slam attack and is immediately subject to a grab attempt by the ooze.

    Paralysis (Ex)

    The crystal ooze secretes a paralytic toxin that causes those whom it strikes to become paralyzed for 3d6 rounds if they fail a Fortitude saving throw DC 20 (the save DC is Constitution-based).