Figure of the Week: Mushroom King

Mushroom King

Today’s figure is the Reaper Dark Heaven Legends Mushroom King. He is similar to the Myceloid, I painted him whitish like many mushrooms, a red cap with green spots and a variety of mushrooms, moss and lichen, he is carrying a staff with the same growing on it.

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Figure of the Week: Balto Burrowell

Mycili (my homebrew plant/fey race)




Flowerling 12 RPc3da6b051eaadfdfb73a4cc55d6761ce
Small Fey (fey)

Racial Traits

  • +2 Wisdom, +2 Charisma, -2 Strength (0 RP)
  • Fey: Flowerlings are plant-like creatures with supernatural abilities and connections to nature with the Fey subtype.  (2 RP)
    • Lowlight Vision: Flowerlings can see twice as far as a human in starlight, moonlight, torchlight, and similar conditions of poor illumination. They retain the ability to distinguish color and detail under these conditions.
  • Small: Flowerlings are small creatures gain a +1 size bonus on attack rolls, a -1 penalty on combat maneuver checks and to their CMD, and a +4 size bonus on Stealth checks. (0 RP)
  • Slow Speed: Flowerlings have a movement of 20 feet, (-1 RP)
  • Spores (sleep): Flowerlings gain the ability to put opponents asleep. At Will, as the sleep spell. (1 RP)
  • Commune with Nature: Flowerlings choose 1 from the following abilities (2 RP):
    • Sense Water: Flowerlings can sense water 1 mile away, +1 mile/3 levels. They can also sense if the water is clean or poisoned.
    • Plant Growth (minor): Flowerlings gain the ability to cast a minor version of plant growth (as spell). The range is reduced to touch or 10 ft +10 ft/level, the area is equal to the range. This ability can be reversed as diminish plants.
    • Whispering Wind: Flowerlings gain the ability to use whispering wind to talk to each other and nearby plants at will (as spell). Range 1 mile/level, area 10 ft radius. The message is limited to 25 words.
    • Mending (natural): Flowerlings can mend (as spell) natural objects, this also heals plants 1d4 hp/level. Range 10 ft, 1 object of up to 1 lb/level, Will saving throw negates.
  • Take Root: Flowerlings gain the ability to take root 2/day to heal injuries as normal healing from sleep. (2 RP)
  • Woodland Stride (forest): Flowerlings gain the ability woodland stride, to move through any sort of undergrowth (such as natural thorns, briars, overgrown areas, and similar terrain) at their normal speed and without taking damage or suffering any other impairment. Thorns, briars, and overgrown areas that have been magically manipulated to impede motion, however, still affect them. (2 RP)
  • Camouflage, greater: Flowerlings are able to appear as any flowering plant/shrub of their size or a group of smaller plants. While in flower form, they can observe all that transpires around them just as if they were in their normal form and their hit points and save bonuses remain unaffected. They gain a +10 natural armor bonus to AC but have an effective Dexterity score of 0 and a speed of 0 feet. They are immune to critical hits while in flower form. All clothing and gear carried or worn changes with them. They can dismiss flower shape as a free action (instead of as a standard action). (4 RP)
  • Language: Treespeach and Common. Bonus: Elven, Halfling, Gnome and Sylvan. (0 RP)

Alternate Racial Traits

  • Thorn Growth: Flowerlings gain a +1 racial bonus to AC and 1d4 damage (as armor spikes). Replaces camouflage, greater.
  • Quills: Flowerlings grow quills and gain the ability to launch them 20’ away (as dart), 1d4 damage. Replaces commune with nature.
  • Life Infusion (heal): Flowerlings gain the ability to heal 1d6 of damage 1/day + Wisdom modifier. Replaces spores (sleep).
  • Color Spray (burst): Flowerlings gain the ray ability of color spray (as the spell). This is a cone-shaped burst, Will save negates. Creatures that fail become stunned, blinded or fall unconscious. Replaces woodland stride.

Flowerlings are a small fey race and a very friendly people. They all have a small frill circling their neck that looks like a flower from the area, their skin comes in varying shades of green. Their hair can be any shade of their flower frill. They have a short lifespan, 1/4 that of humans.
Flowerlings live in meadows and light forests. They rarely travel far from where they sprouted. Tending to plants near them (grow/heal). Mating is done like flowers (flowers and pollen), the young start as seeds that can be carried far afield to begin new flowerling meadows; a cutting can also be planted to save a dying flowerling.
They are terrified of fire. Most are peaceful pacifists that rarely argue or raise their voices (except when singing), but will defend their home, family and innocents in need.

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Giant Serpentweed

While converting old monsters to Pathfinder, I found this creature on

Giant Serpentweed

by Jamie Baty

Large Plant

Hit Dice: 9d8 (40 hp)
Initiative: +2 (+2 Dex)
Speed: 0 ft. (0 squares)
Armour Class: 13 (-1 size, +2 Dex, +2 natural), touch 11, flat-footed 11
Base Attack/Grapple: +6/+14
Attack: Bite +10 melee (2d6 +4)
Full Attack: Bite +10 melee (2d6 +4)
Space/Reach: 10 ft. / 20 ft.
Special Attacks: –
Special Qualities: Low-light vision, plant traits, root of the problem, tremorsense
Saves: Fort +6, Ref +5, Will -1
Abilities: Str 18, Dex 14, Con 11, Int 0, Wis 2, Cha 4
Skills: Listen +10, Spot +10
Feats: Alertness, Combat Reflexes, Dodge, Weapon Focus (Bite)
Environment: Any marsh or aquatic
Organisation: Plant (2-5)
Challenge Rating: 4
Treasure: None
Alignment: Always neutral
Advancement: 10-18 HD (Large); 19-27 HD (Huge)
Level Adjustment: –

The giant serpentweed is a flesh-eating plant found in bogs and areas of standing water. Much of the plant lives under water, rooted to the bog bottom, but it has 2d5 stalks that reach above the surface. These thick, scaly stalks each end in a digestive sac that resembles a toothed mouth. From a distance, the stalks look like giant snakes.
Note: The above stats are for one stalk, not the entire plant.

The serpentweed stalks normally lie in wait just under the surface of the water. From there, they detect the vibrations of passing creatures, which they then attack aggressively.
The stalks can attack anything within a 20-foot radius of the plant. When a stalk loses all of its hit points, it is severed. When all the stalks are severed, the plant can no longer attack, but the plant itself is not dead. The only way to kill a serpentweed permanently is to burn the underwater roots. A severed stalk will grow back within six months.

Root of the Problem (Ex): Stalks of giant serpentweed that are severed regrow within six months. Giant serpentweed can only be permanently destroyed by inflicting 25 points of fire damage directly to the underwater root system. The roots are AC10 and have the same saves as a stalk.

Tremorsense (Ex): Giant serpentweed is sensitive to vibrations in the water and can automatically pinpoint the location of anything that is in contact with the water within 60ft.

Plant Traits: A plant creature possesses the following traits (unless otherwise noted in a creature’s entry): Immunity to all mind-affecting effects (charms, compulsions, phantasms, patterns, and morale effects); Immunity to poison, sleep effects, paralysis, polymorph, and stunning; Not subject to critical hits; Plants breathe and eat, but do not sleep.

X9 28, DMR2 91, CoM

I couldn’t find any better pics. These are good, but according to the description above, they are plants and the ones below are animals.

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