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Plump helmet man

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Biome

  • Underground Caverns (wet)
  • Underground Depth: 2-3
Cannot be tamed
Size

Child body size
1,500 cm3
Adolescent body size
10,000 cm3
Adult body size
50,000 cm3

Becomes after death

Plump helmet man plump helmet man tissue

This article is about an older version of DF.
A small humanoid resembling a walking mushroom with arms and legs. It lives far underground near water and soil.


Plump Helmet Men are walking plump helmet creatures that live in caverns. Upon death they yield "Plump helmet man plump helmet man tissue". They are non-hostile, blind, and are relatively easy to kill. You can't butcher Plump helmet men.

Plump Helmet Men are extremely magma and fire resistant - Dwarven Science Experiments have shown that they can live for several seasons while submerged in 7/7 magma (while on fire).

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Plump helmet men are known for their clever jokes and games, as well as their innocent, almost childlike nature. This had led to them being universally beloved by all sentient creatures of the world, as well as dwarves, who find them both sweeter and more succulent than the farm-grown variety. For years dwarves have been trying to find a way to brew these majestic creatures alive, but the scientific effort has been frustrated by the tendency of dwarven brewers to pounce on any plump helmet man they see and eat their way through the still-living mycanoid in an orgy of mushroom juice and drool.

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