Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Fiend Folio
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These strange creatures are saucer shaped and pure white in colour. The mouth is at the centre of the upper surface which is AC0; either side of the mouth is a 4" long eyestalk. The underside is AC8 and carries a mass of small spikes and numerous small tentacles.
The flumph flies by sucking air into its mouth and expelling it through its underside. Normally it floats about 4" above the ground but can fly up to 10', particularly for immensely ineffective attack purposes. It is manoeuvrability class D.
Infamous as both the silliest monster ever created for D&D, its uncanny resemblance to the Flying Spaghetti Monster, and being the only Lawful Good creature in the original AD&D Fiend Folio, the flumph has been the subject of much discussion amongst sages, all of it intense ridicule.
And now you can pose one and use it in your D&D renders.
Of note, the things sticking down in the middle of the bottom are spikes, though they have been rigged to bend off to the sides somewhat similarly to tentacles. This is to maintain the original description from the Fiend Folio whilst also to some extent supporting every rendition done thereafter, which show only tentacles on the bottom. As TSR and WoTC reminagined things over and over, we feel they lost a certain cheesy charm. Even the flumph did. 3D&D aims to bring back the cheesy 1st Edition nostalgia with a side of realism.
A flumph is helpless if turned over.