"Om Nom Nom Nom"
Special: Must be able to use a bite attack at will, naturally or from a magic item.
Skill Points: 2+INT Bonus
Class Skills: Intimidate, Knowledge (Local), Listen, Profession, Spot, Survival
|1||+0||+2||+0||+0||Improved Grab, Voracious Appetite, Belly of a Whale, Consume 1|
A Consumer who hits with his bite attack makes a grapple attempt without provoking an attack of opportunity as a free action. Anything held in a grab in this manner must be Consumed on the next round (see below).
A Consumer needs twice as much food to survive. This can be met by either eating twice as frequently, or by eating twice as much.
The trademark ability of a Consumer is his ability to swallow nearly anything. This is similar to the swallow whole ability, but with a few key differences.
A Consumer can swallow any item, living or not, up to a size of their size category + the level of Consume. For example, a Medium sized 1st level Consumer can swallow up to any Large sized object in one go, while a Small sized 5th level Consumer can swallow up to any Huge sized object in one go.
Any object swallowed takes 1d8 acid damage per round, due to digestive fluids.
To break out of a Consumer's gut, a total of (Consumer Level * (CON Modifier + 5)) slashing or piercing damage must be done against the AC 14 intestinal walls of the Consumer. After escaping, muscular action closes the hole.
Belly of a Whale:
A Consumer's gut is capable of holding much more than it looks like it could. A Consumer can have 1 creature of his maximum consumable size in his gut at any given time. Remember that two creatures of the same size category equals one creature of the next size category.
After eating too many things that hurt, a Consumer's belly has become resistant. The AC for breaking out becomes 18, and the Consumer is immune to ingested poisons and the after effects of bad cooking.