Shriekers and violet fungi often work together to attract and kill prey. When the shriekers? hellish racket attracts a curious creature, the violet fungus tries to kill it. Both creatures enjoy the fruits of a successful hunt.
Violet fungi resemble shriekers and are often found growing among them.
A violet fungi?s coloration ranges from purple overall to dull gray or violet covered with purple spots.


A violet fungus flails about with its tentacles at living creatures that come within its reach.
Poison (Ex): Injury, Fortitude DC 14, initial and secondary damage 1d4 Strand 1d4 Con. The save DC is Consitution-based.

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