Chocolate Smile (5e Race)
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Chocolate Smile / Chocolate Slime
Chocolate smiles are an animated chocolate creature make by advanced goblin chocolatiers, although they are classed as oozes rather than constructs. Chocolate smiles smell like chocolate and are edible in small quantities. They may cause other creatures to want to eat them. Chocolate smiles are quite friendly. However when angry chocolate smiles can become chocolate slimes which are quite danagerous.
- Chocolate Smile Mode
- As long as the other creature is not a glutton, it can eat a little bit of the chocolate smile every day without any problem. The chocolate smile will regrow any small amounts eaten and will be the same size the next day.
- Chocolate Slime Mode
- If the other creature is a glutton, the chocolate smile becomes a chocolate slime and eats the creature from the inside, doing 1d4 points of damage per round.
Chocolate smiles don't have an exact shape, they usually look like balls of brown mass with two small eyes that look like raisins or nuts, floating inside of the mass, this mass works as easily manipulable muscles, and can be easily controlled by the creature, and can help it to take different shapes and forms, it's whole body serves as a mouth, as it can insert anything inside it's own mass to ingest it.
Your history is the history of gnomes, the race which who first created you.
You can be created by an elite gnome chocolatier in a process that takes 1 week. The gnome must have access to large amounts of regular chocolate, and must be at least 4th level.
Chocolate Smile Names
To some ears, male names sound a little bit like chocolate bars. Female names may sound a little bit like chocolate companies. Their names often end in the letter 'i'.
Male: Butterfingi, Crunchi, Heathi, Lindi, Milki Wai, Oh Henri, Skitteli, Snicki, Tobli Ronni, Twicksi.
Female: Cadberri, Chocolali, Ghiradeli, Hershi, Kalevi, Lindti, Mayordomi, Nesli, Peruji, Reesi, Troli, Venkhi.
Chocolate Smile Traits
Ability Score Increase. Your Constitution score increases by 2 and your Charisma increases by 1.
Age. Chocolate smiles are mature within one week of being created. They can live for up to 10 years.
Alignment. Good, really good, good enough to eat! nom. nom. nom. nom.
Size. small, about 70 lbs.
Normal Vision. Chocolate smiles can generally see what humans can see, with the exception that they can also see nuts and raisins in pitch darkness.
Tasty Temptation. A chocolate smile may cause other creatures to want to eat them. The other creature may choose to resist with a DC 10 Wisdom save.
Engulfed Consumption. If a creature consumes too much chocolate smile (more than a pound), the chocolate smile may (at its option) turn into a chocolate slime and the rest of it can enters the creature's body and actively consumes the creature from the inside. If so, it will cause 1d4 points of damage to the creature per round. This consumption is not noticed until the creature loses 3/4 of its hit points or drops below 10 hit points. At that time, the creature must either figure out how to expel the chocolate slime or it will die. Healing spells only delay the inevitable.
Immune to Being Digested. A chocolate slime is not digested by normal digestion. However, a creature that breathes fire, lightning, or cold can digest a chocolate slime, and does not take damage from consuming it.
Eructation. A chocolate slime may cause the creature that consumed it to vomit it back out again in 1 round. If the chocolate slime chooses to do this while the creature is asleep, it will take 1 minute, and the creature will stay asleep.
Form Change. A chocolate smile can change its form to any humanoid, animal, or object form as long as it maintains the same mass and volume, does not stretch longer than 10 ft, and has no separate or turning parts (no wheels).
Sort of Amphibious. A chocolate smile does not need to breathe, and can travel under water. The chocolate smile takes 1 point of damage per minute while in fresh water though.
Poisonous To Some Creatures. Chocolate smiles are poisonous to canine, feline, and equine creatures including canine feline and equine monsters, causing one point of poison damage per ounce consumed. Other creatures will take 1 point of damage per every 10 pounds consumed. This includes humans and humanoids.
Sticky Melee. A chocolate smile that takes damage from a non-magical melee weapon may engulf that weapon and hold onto it internally. The chocolate smile changes to chocolate slime mode as a reaction, and the wielder may make a DC 15 Strength save to withdraw the weapon. If the wielder chooses to try, it risks being pulled inside the chocolate slime as well. If the wielder fails their save to withdraw the weapon, they must make a DC 10 Dexterity save to avoid being engulfed by the chocolate slime. If the slime's opponent chooses to engage in unarmed combat, they must make a DC 15 saving throw vs either Strength or Dexterity or become engulfed. ONce engulfed, the engulfed creature takes 1d4 points of digestion damage per turn until they escape.
Languages. Common, Gnomish, Halfling, Giant (Trollish dialect)
Most smiles are chocolate, however some are taffy instead. The differences are that taffy smiles are non-poisonous, and taffy smiles can stretch to 20 ft. long during form change rather than just 10 ft.
Ability Score Increase. You gain +1 to Dexterity rather than Charisma.
Non-poisonous. You are not poisonous to animals or creatures.
Stretching. You can stretch up to 20 ft long when you 'form change' rather than just 10 ft.
Random Height and Weight
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*Height = base height + height modifier
When creating a chocolate smile character, you can use the following table of traits, ideals, bonds and flaws to help flesh out your character. Use these tables in addition to or in place of your background's characteristics.
|1||Moderation - you punish creatures for the sin of gluttony, and reward creatures for the virtue of moderation. You don't kill gluttons, merely take most of their points and then get vomited out so that they learn a valuable lesson.|
|2||Generosity - you like to give things away, not just bits of yourself, your possessions and money too.|
|4||Humility - you always give your team mates or other people credit, and downplay your own part in successful ventures. If you see someone bragging about things that are lies, you try to eat them.|
|1||Troll Friendship - you like being consumed by trolls. Trolls consider chocolate slimes a delicacy, because trolls regenerate faster than the chocolate slime eats them from the inside. If a troll has consumed a chocolate slime, it regenerates at 8 points per turn rather than 10. Consuming additional chocolate slimes will not cause trolls to regenerate any slower. The effect does not stack.|
|2||Halfling Friendship - you enjoy being used in halfling baking and cooking. Every 10 pounds of you removed costs you 1 hit point damage. You will not allow more than 20 lbs to be removed from you during any one day.|
|3||Gnome Friendship - you enjoy being used in gnomish experiments. Every 10 pounds of you removed costs you 1 hit point damage. You will not allow more than 20 lbs to be removed from you during any one day. In addition, you can be created by a gnome with one week's effort.|
|4||Alchemist Friendship - you enjoy being used in alchemist experiments. Every 10 pounds of you removed costs you 1 hit point damage. You will not allow more than 20 lbs to be removed from you during any one day.|
|5||Slaad Lover - you love Green Slaads, for much the same reason as other chocolate smiles like trolls. If a green slaad eats you, it regenerates at 8 hit points per turn rather than 10. You also like to put chocolate dressing on your green slaad.|
|6||Hydra Hunter - chocolate smiles hate hydras. You hat them more than most and have vowed to hunt them down and kill them.|