Dun puddings had a yellow color, similar to that of sand. This made it easy for them to conceal themselves in desert environments.
When in combat, these puddings would use their internal secretions to dissolve their foes' equipment. They were very fast at dissolving all leather items, but were slower at eating through metals.
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