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To learn how to work with clay and putties, I decided to make some oozes. These are easy projects to make, easier to paint, and they really scare player characters! Use high-gloss varnish to make them look slimy.

The first is a water-borne ooze that looks like blue, amoeba-like cells stuck together.




The next is a green, algae-like ooze with warty protrusions.




What's the one thing that would let you live in peace in the Underdark? Well, if you looked like this brown ooze...




The next is a Suffering Slime. Suffering Slimes come from infernal or abyssal planes where they are used to torment damned souls. Accustomed to the hellish heat and swirling magic there, they are more difficult to slay that normal oozes. Suffering Slimes are ruby-colored, glistening oozes that quiver when near live prey. They require very little nourishment when they escape to the Material Plane, and can live for very long periods.




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The next is a batch of dull, mottled, ugly nodules almost as tall as a human. If prey gets within 20 feet, the nodules burst, hurling spores all over the area. If breathed in, they create a euphoric effect in the victim, who craves more of them, and runs towards where the spores were. The plant underneath lives in a hollowed-out hole and simply waits for the dazed food to happily leap into its toothy maw. While it digests, it grows more nodules over a few days. I call these 'sploads'.




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This last ooze is a standard creature, a black pudding. I made it out of several pieces, and tried to make it look watery.




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