Saturday, June 6, 2015


97 VAT ROOM. The first thing that the adventurers will notice when entering this room are the five vats occupying the center. In the northwest angle there are seven large metal barrels which hold vat media. There are about two dozen small glass windows high on the walls and there are also several skylights.

Each vat is labeled and has a metal lid. Pipes and tubes extend from the backs of the vats into the wall and floor. 

Vat 1 “Echinomorph”: If opened, the vat holds vat media and an immature vat creature resembling a very large starfish.

Echinomorph (AC 4; MV 3”; HD 2; hp 10; #AT 0 ; D Nil; XP -)

It will visibly lose vitality and die if the vat is not closed back up within 5 segments (30 seconds). If allowed to mature it will reach a point of viability and be born in four more days. 

Vat 2 “Piscomorph”: This holds vat media and a stage I creeper.

Stage I Creeper (AC 7; MV 6”//9”; HD 1; hp 3; #AT 2 claws and 1 bite; D 1-3/1-3/1-4; XP 13) 

Vat 3 “Chondromorph”: This vat holds a large amount of vat media and several small slipper-shaped vat creatures. These creatures are too amorphous to determine what their mature form will look like. They will die if removed from the vat media. 

Vat 4 “Isomorph”: This vat is completely empty and doesn't appear to have been used for some time. 

Vat 5: “Octomorph”: This vat holds a nearly mature octopoid creature and a small amount of vat media. 

Octomorph (AC 8; MV 3”; HD 5; hp 23; #AT 8 tentacles; D 1-4 (X 8); SA Grab; Size M; XP 245)

This beast is colored purple and green and covered with a large number of small black eye pores over its body. It can target up to three different opponents with its tentacles, and can have up to four tentacles attack one individual. If it hits one man-sized or larger opponent with at least two tentacles in one round, it has grabbed hold and can make an automatic bite attack for 1d8 points of damage each subsequent round on the held creature. While performing its bite, it can continue to use tentacles that are not holding its prey to attack other targets.

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