Potion of Blue Jelly
Chasing a slippery bounty, the mercenary Bakra-do hesitated a moment, frowned, then drank the deep blue potion. Instantly he dropped the vial and lost all human shape as he transformed into the form of a strange jelly-like creature. The blue jelly slithered forward and slipped under the oak door.
The screams of the bounty, Jarku Vod, it is said, could be heard for blocks as he encountered the strange blue monster that snapped his mind as it slithered up to him with single-minded determination. Vod tried to cast a spell which fizzled and failed as the blue jelly became his pursuer, Bakra-do.
‘Time to go, Vod,’ the mercenary said stoically to the gibbering renegade wizard.
One of the more odd potions out there, this particular elixir is not usually a ‘go-to’ magic item, but it will work in a pinch.
Benefit: When imbibed this potion will transform the drinker (and their clothing and possessions) into a Medium sized blue jelly with 6+4 Hit Dice. In this form one has awareness of their surroundings and can ‘see’ all around themselves without actual eyes and may climb sheer surfaces, move along ceilings and slide under doors. A pseudopod may be form to strike for 1d4+1 physical damage and a successful hit will either cost one spellcaster a spell for that day (chosen at random) or will stun any other type of mold, jelly, pudding or slime and render any attacks from that creature harmless for 1d4 turns. The affected character moves at their normal movement and while slicing or crushing attacks only cause the blue jelly to reconstitute itself fire, acid and electricity do double damage to the jelly. Effect lasts for 1d4 hours although one may make a Save versus Paralysis and return to their normal form.
Usable by: Anyone.