Choking cinder fungus was a black fungus that grew on rotting wood in environments that were moist. It was highly flammable and, on combustion, emitted poisonous fumes that could cause damage if inhaled but dispersed after about a minute.[1]


  1. Jason Bulmahn (September 2005). “Swamp Dangers”. Dungeon #126 (Paizo Publishing, LLC), p. 92.
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