Val	Char	Cost	Roll	Notes
10	STR	0	11-	Lift 100 kg; 2d6 HTH Damage [1]
10	DEX	0	11-	OCV:  3/DCV:  5
20	CON	20	13-
10	BODY	0	11-
10	INT	0	11-	PER Roll:  11-
13	EGO	6	12-	ECV:  4
13	PRE	3	12-	PRE Attack:  2½d6
18	COM	4	13-

4	PD	2		Total:  4 PD (0 rPD)
4	ED	0		Total:  4 ED (0 rED)
3	SPD	10		Phases:  4, 8, 12
6	REC	0
40	END	0
30	STUN	5		Total Characteristic Cost:  50

Movement:	Running:	Running:	4”/8”
		Leaping:	1”/2”
		Swimming:	1”/2”

Cost    Powers & Skills
13	Blobby Grab & Suffocate:  EB 2d6, No Normal Defense (No Need to Breathe, +1), Blocks Sight (+¼),
	Reduced Endurance (½ END, +¼); No Range (-½), Concentrate (½ DCV Throughout, -½), Half Damage 
	and -4 OCV versus Targets Larger than Human (-¼), END 1
10	Doughy Grip:  Clinging (25 STR), Linked to Blobby Grab (-½)
42	“Claymation” Defense:  50% Damage Reduction, Physical, Resistant plus Regeneration (1 BODY/Turn)
16	Small:  +2 DCV, Stealth, and Concealment (already figured in)
-6	Small:  -2” Running, -1” Swimming, -1” Leaping	1

3	Absolute Temperature Sense
3	Absolute Time Sense
3	Double-Jointed

8	+4 with Grab

2	KS: Biscuits 11-
2	KS: Cooking 11-
2	KS: Ovens 11-
2	KS: Tickling 11-

Total Powers & Skill Cost:  100
Total Cost:  150

100+   Disadvantages
15	Enraged:  when Tickled (Uncommon, Go 8-, Recover 8-)
5	Physical Limitation:  Short (+3” KB Distance)
15	Physical Limitation:  Ticklish Belly (“Stunned” until Successful EGO Roll if Bellybutton Touched
	at a -2 OCV)
15	Psychological Limitation:  Fear of Heat/Fire Attacks (Common, Strong)

Total Disadvantage Points:  150

Background/Personality: There was once a field of wheat that had developed a rudimentary hive mind, mentally existing as a single organism spread over numerous “bodies.” To call it a sentient intelligence would be an overstatement, but the stalks could sense things like, “The sun shines the strongest in that direction; lean that way,” and “The breeze feels good; sway if you can.” That wheat got harvested, filling the field with scream of horror that only the wheat itself could hear.

The dying stalks of wheat were ground and processed into something new. This creation was a self-aware glob of dough in the shape of a small humanoid. Before it could be baked, it began to move, and to speak to its Creator, begging to be spared from the Fire instead of being offered as sacrifice like its gingerbread brethren.

The astonished baker sold off his “mutant biscuit” to the Pillsbury company, and changed professions, becoming a priest instead. Pillsbury management categorized the freak as a marketing tool, and put it to work in advertising.

Quote: “Not there! Not the bellybutton! Okay, buster, you’re goin’ down!”

Tactics/Powers: The Pillsbury Doughboy is made of gooey dough. Most attacks pass through his body relatively harmlessly, and he can reshape his own body to heal over otherwise permanent damage.

If he gets a grip on an opponent, he can shape his malleable body to cover the target’s face, obscuring sight and breathing.

He has a ticklish bellybutton, which infuriates him. Whenever his bellybutton is poked, he spends a few seconds laughing and rubbing his navel. Afterwards, he goes bananas and attacks the fool who dared touch his “privates” without permission.

Roleplaying Notes: John Candy meets Louie Anderso.

7-Up Spot | California Raisin | Cap’n Crunch | Count Chocula | Hawaiian Punch | Jolly Green Giant | Keebler Elf | Lucky the Leprechaun | M&M | Mr. Peanut | Mrs. Butterworth’s | Pillsbury Doughboy | Quisp | Sonny the Cuckoo Bird | Sugar Bear | Tony the Tiger | Toucan Sam | Trix Rabbit

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