Adsecula Host (3.5e Template)
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These are creatures absorbed by Adsecula, from the moment the Adsecula enters their body.
When an Adsecula (3.5e Creature) uses Absorb on its opponents, their bodies fuse together until the Adsecula chooses to leave. This changes the bodies of both the Adsecula and the victim into one, singularly more powerful organism than either on their own.
Creating a Adsecula Host
This template is acquired when an Adsecula uses its Absorb ability on an opponent and succeeds, producing a new creature.
Size and Type
A creature absorbed by an Adsecula remains the same size. It gains the Aberration type, and subtypes remain the same.
The Adsecula and the Host keep separate hit point totals. The Host takes any damage dealt to the Adsecula Host.
Speed remains the same.
A creature absorbed by an Adsecula gains no special bonuses to AC.
An Adsecula Host loses and gains no attacks from being absorbed by an Adsecula.
An Adsecula and its Host gain no new attacks or full attacks upon absorption.
A creature absorbed by an Adsecula gains no new special attacks.
The creature absorbed by an Adsecula gains a 50% resistance to any Acid damage.
A creature absorbed by an Adsecula keeps its normal Strength, Dexterity and Constitution scores. It gains the Adsecula's Intelligence and Wisdom scores, and the Charisma score is the average of the two creatures.
A creature absorbed by an Adsecula gains a +8 bonus on Bluff checks and a -8 penalty to Diplomacy checks.
Adding this template doesn't introduce any new feats.
Material Planes, normally in Major Cities.
Same as normal for base creature.
The absorbed creature's alignment becomes Neutral Evil.
No advancement for changes in size.
The creature absorbed gains a +4 level adjustment.