Sheep of Holding (5e Creature)
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Sheep of Holding
Small beast, unaligned
Sure-Footed. The sheep has advantage on Strength and Dexterity saving throws made against effects that would knock it prone.
Breathing Room. Living things requiring air can breathe inside the extraplanar space of a Sheep of Holding without a time limit.
Continuous Wool. The extraplanar space is continuous through each living sheep's wool. Each sheep has it's own extraplanar space.
The space and holding sizes can be calculated as follows:
Interior Space = (Height (feet) * Length (feet)) * 8
Holding Weight = Weight (pounds)1.5
Sheep Height = 3.83 feet
Sheep Length = 4.17 feet
Sheep Weight = 240 pounds
Interior Space = 127.77 square feet
Holding Weight = 3,718 pounds
Normal sheep have wool; big, fluffy, floofy wool. However some sheep are more floofy than others. Inside the curls of wool of certain enchanted sheep there is extra-dimensional space. These enchanted sheep are one of the sources of the famous Bag of Holding. Any humble sheep can become a Sheep of Holding after undergoing a specific, transformative set of circumstances. If successful, the sheep will grow a mustache and a golden monocle to set it apart from the rest of the flock.
1. A Sheep
2. Astral Shears
3. A leash/lead made from the Chains of a Chain Devil (Kyton)
2a. Cast Astral Projection on the shearer while holding sheep shears. (They will be projected with you).
2b. Enter the Astral Plane while holding Astral Shears.
3. Shear the astral projection of the selected sheep.
4. Once the sheep is shorn/sheared and returned to the Material Plane, allow 1 month to pass. If a sheep has successfully transformed into a Sheep of Holding, a monocle and mustache will form on its face.
5. Affix a leash/lead made from the chains of a Chain Devil (Kyton) to create a limiter effect on the Sheep of Holding's power.
WARNING: If either an improper lead/leash is affixed or the proper leash/lead is not affixed, a newly created Sheep of Holding will begin transforming into a Super Intelligent Sheep.