Sugar Construct (5e Creature)
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Medium construct, unaligned
Damage Vulnerabilities fire
Aversion of Fire. If the sugar construct takes fire damage, it has disadvantage on attack rolls and ability checks until the end of its next turn.
False Appearance. While the sugar construct is not moving, it appears to be a pile of baked goods or a mound of ice cream. A creature that succeeds on a DC 15 Intelligence (Investigation) check discovers the construct's true nature.
Magic Resistance. The sugar construct has advantage on saving throws against spells and other magical effects.
Magic Weapons. The sugar construct's weapon attacks are magical.
Multiattack. The construct makes two slam attacks.
Slam. Melee Weapon Attack: +5 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 9 (1d12 + 3) bludgeoning damage.
Brain-freeze. Melee Spell Attack: +4 to hit, reach 5 ft., one target. Hit: 9 (2d8) cold damage.
The sugar constructs are the creation of mad sorcerers who were desperate to create constructs out of any material they could find. Some were made by sweets baked by the sorcerers themselves, but most were raided from bakers shops. The outside of a sugar construct is made from baked goods, such as cakes, cookies, sweet rolls, sweet breads, and pies. The inside is constructed from solid icy treats, primarily of ice creams. Smaller constructs may also be made purely of ice creams. Their shape varies, as some are more humanoid while others may look like cats, dogs, or other creatures. Sugar constructs may also be decorated with other confections, such as chocolates, hard candies, fondant, buttercream, and sometimes fruits. The quality of the sugar construct's defense and attack are dependent on the quality of the goods that they were created with, so weaker constructs are made from sub-par goods.
Constructed Nature. A sugar construct doesn't require air, food, drink, or sleep.