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Brown Mold grows in damp subterranean areas, and it grows by absorbing heat. Creatures near brown mold take continuous cold damage from its heat-leeching effects. Countermeasures Cold damage applied to the mold causes it to go dormant -- it stops absorbing heat for a brief period of time...

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Brown Mold CR 2. XP 600. Brown mold feeds on warmth, drawing heat from anything around it. It normally comes in patches 5 feet in diameter, and the temperature is always cold in a 30-foot radius around it.

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Brown mold is immune to fire, and any source of fire brought within 5 feet of a patch causes it to instantly expand outward in the direction of the fire, covering a 10-foot-square area (with the source of the fire at the center of that area). A patch of brown mold exposed to an effect that deals cold damage is instantly destroyed.

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Brown mold is a type of mold that grows in damp, dark places and can be harmful to humans in large amounts. It is commonly found in bathrooms and in areas that are not cleaned well. Brown mold is a generic type of mold and can be found in colors that range from a dark brown to an almost white.

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Brown Mold (CR 2) Brown mold feeds on warmth, drawing heat from anything around it. It normally comes in patches 5 feet in diameter, and the temperature is always cold in a 30-foot radius around it. Living creatures within 5 feet of it take 3d6 points of nonlethal cold damage. Fire brought within 5 feet of brown mold causes it to instantly ...

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Some questions about brown mold: 1: If I take the damage from being around it, do I continue to take 3d6 every turn I spend near it, or is it...

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Brown mold feeds on warmth, drawing heat from anything around it. It normally comes in patches 5 feet in diameter, and the temperature is always cold in a 30-foot radius around it. Living creatures within 5 feet of it take 3d6 points of nonlethal cold damage. Fire brought within 5 feet of brown mold causes the mold to instantly double in size.

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1) Lava does fire damage. Fire damage makes brown mold grow. Continuous fire damage makes brown mold grow very quickly and exponentially. 2) The mold normally occurs underground, and there aren't all that many instances of fire underground, relatively speaking. 3) VERY fun, when you're the DM.

www.dndbeyond.com/spells/mold-earth

Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) Fifth Edition (5e) Spell - Mold Earth - You choose a portion of dirt or stone that you can see within range and that fits within a 5-foot cube. You manipulate it in one of the following ways: If you target an area of loose earth, you can instantaneously excavate it, move it along the ground, and deposit it up to...

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Yellow Mold CR 6. XP 2,400. If disturbed, a 5-foot square of this mold bursts forth with a cloud of poisonous spores. All within 10 feet of the mold must make a DC 15 Fortitude save or take 1d3 points of Constitution damage.Another DC 15 Fortitude save is required once per round for the next 5 rounds, to avoid taking 1d3 points of Constitution damage each round.