Source: Pathfinder 16: Endless Night, pg(s). 60-61
Gnomes subjected to the process of fleshwarping are reduced to a mockery of their former state. Arms and legs disappear into bodies, heads flatten downwards, and faces are reduced to featureless holes. The end result resembles a strange fleshy mushroom. Gomnits suffer a terrible curse as their newly fleshy, porous, and constantly moist and warm bodies make their forms ideal breeding grounds for all manner of dangerous slimes and funguses. Yellow mold in particular flourishes upon the fleshwarps’ bodies. Although gomnits prove immune to the disgusting parasites, those who take pity on the pathetic beings often come to regret their charity.
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