The adventurers were running through the dungeon in a panic, being chased by a trio of eerie creatures. “We need to find a way out of here!” Chalk shouted. They turned a corner and found a door, with the lock on the other side. “If only we could creep through this little hole in the door,” lamented Valance. “I could send a spider through there, but it won't have the strength to open the lock.” Knat bit her lip. “What?” asked an exasperated Chalk. “I can get through there,” answered the druidess. “But it is kind of disturbing.” “Do what you need to do! Get us out of here!” pleaded Koram. Knat knelt and mumbled a spell. Within moments she transformed into a strange blue jelly and slithered through the narrow hole. She opened the lock just as the others heard trampling nearby. Without saying a word the adventurers all scrambled through the door and it was locked behind them. “Yeah, that is kind of creepy, but handy,” Koram said as he stared at the weird jelly that was Knat. She formed a pseudopod and waved it at the fighter who shivered a little.
Boneless Creeping (Druid)
Range: Self or Touch
Duration: One turn + two rounds per level of druid.
Among the creatures of the natural world are the slimes, puddings and jellies and slither and creep along walls, floors and ceilings of dungeons and other dark and eerie locations. This spell allows the druid or someone touched by the druid at the casting of this spell to become a semi-transparent bluish slime or jelly, capable of creeping along most any surface at a pace of 30′(10′). Only one attack, by creating a pseudopod that deals 1d4 points of damage is possible in this form, although one can also attempt to smother someone (or something) by cutting off their air supply. All stats remain the same, except Charisma, which becomes 3 for the duration of the spell. Speech is also not possible, but one could theoretically use a pseudopod to hold a pen or stylus.