Slime: Jeekan

HP:  1d8
Num:  2d6
Spd:  4 (flying)
Dam:  1d4
Def:   8
Soak:  6
CL:  1

Jeekan are amorphous, inexplicable creatures, perhaps the aftereffects of some horrible magical cataclysm; the gelatinous beasts resemble nothing so much as two to five quivering pinkish-violet globes the size of a large egg, embedded in a bloated reddish mass resembling some nightmare jellyfish; unlike a jellyfish, however, a jeekan possesses six sucker-lined limbs — more like those of an octopus — instead of a jellyfish’s more fragile tentacles and a circular maw of needle teeth.  Equally at home in the air and under the water’s surface due to their ability to hover and skim just above any surface, jeekan nonetheless prefer to stay as close to bodies of water as possible.

Jeekan attack by lashing with their tentacles for 1d4 hit points of damage per strike.  They take half damage from fire and earth-based attacks or spells, but double damage from electrical attacks.  Three times a day, a jeekan may produce a paralyzing slime from its tentacles that affects any creature it touches if a save is failed; the paralysis remains in effect for an hour.