Snik Snak von Potts
Snik Snak von Potts
Snik Snak the crazy kobold assistant chef always looking for the next great meal he can create out of some of the most questionable ingredients.
General Physical Condition
Small and rounded almost like a bipedal bearded dragon in body structure.
Pudgy face with a longer reptilian snout. Crazed resting expression.
Apparel & Accessories
Chef's Coat Loop of measuring spoons worn as an earring in a pierced horn.
Self-taught from sneaking into people's kitchens in his youth.
Morality & Philosophy
"If it speaks, it's not food. If it doesn't, then time to find out." Loves cooking for anyone and everyone, especially if they look like they haven't had a good meal for a while.
Likes & Dislikes
Loves food of all varieties and to him food is pretty much anything that doesn't speak.
Virtues & Personality perks
Vices & Personality flaws
Not very smart Claustiphobia around crowds of tall people
Always tastes anything that is new to him.
May get messy in the moment but keeps clean to the point his scales almost shine.
Jittery and speaks in third person.
Honorary & Occupational Titles
Assistant Chef of the HTML Wanderpus
Enough yellowish-white horns to resemble spiked hair.
White scales with red edges
3 ft 8 in.
Quotes & Catchphrases
"What does it taste like?"
Snik Snak's Log - The Drowny Hole
Snik Snak no like the drowny hole. At first all looked amazing. Underground sky! Bright like the surface! Brightest cave Snik Snak ever saw with fast rivers, plant-life everywhere and signs of animal life. All down hill from there. We saw ghostly tree in water than looked like birds were flying through. Snik Snak shot at bird to see if real, fell in water with a big splash. Too big. Birds must be extra meaty! Snik Snak then allowed to shoot at another with permission of others to try and get one to eat. They start dive bombing up, exploding in the water. They made of pure salt it seemed. Useful ingredient, not worth us dying. Forced us to land on nearest shore then left us alone. We try studying plants and soil on this land. Find corpse hand looking flower. Smelled so amazing that Snik Snak had to try. Tasted nasty like rotting glue. Snik Snak glad took only nibble. Crewmate broke off a piece of land by accident digging which got sucked towards one of the whirlpools in the rapids and disappeared. Caught Snik Snak's interest more than weird mirror-face and curly-haired elf. Snik Snak got curious and tried to throw some light down and get blueberry miniaturizable giant man to take look because Snik Snak thought might be rifts causing them. Had to be caused by something! Seems to smash together and form giant rocks. Maybe something inside start it all? But Snik Snak slip and fall into water. Snik Snak glad brought floaty vest but got dragged by current. Snake lady Corsica tried to rescue but got sucked in too. Snik Snak needs to make big roast for Corsica's effort. We got brought to ship wreck island then everything went dark. Snik Snak used to dark but strange. Sky not usually disappear. Only lights from bright bugs and mirror face. Sounded mad. Snik Snak not sure what happened. Eventually mirror face light went out too after others reached us. Found some techy scrap in one of the ships but everything start collapsing. We rush to escape not long after, go underwater. Some reason Snik Snak could breathe. Was strange. Snik Snak no fish. We fly out to see like mighty ocean dragon. We call home to get pickup and Snik Snak fire bursts of light into air to make sure we get seen. When get back we see a dragon in a suit? Helped rest of the crew? Snik Snak want to make food for dragon. Big feast. Great dragons must be repaid for their great deeds!
Snik Snak's Recipe Notes (Healy Mushroom Bread Experiment)
2 1/4 cups Warm Water 2 tablespoons Sugar 1 tablespoon Yeast 3/4 tablespoon Salt 2 tablespoons Vegetable Oil (Olive preferred) 5 1/2 - 6 cups Bread Flour 1 cup Shredded Mozzarella 4 ounces diced Healing Mushrooms soaked in brandy overnight 2 tablespoons shredded Parmesan Cheese 1. Combine water, sugar and yeast. Let bubble and foam. 2. Add salt, oil and half of flour to mix. Add remaining flour gradually until it forms a soft ball that doesn't leave residue on the hands. 3. Knead until dough is smooth. 4. Transfer to greased bowl and cover with tower. Allow to double in size. 5. Divide in half and roll out dough into two rectangles, pressing out any air bubbles. 6. Spread cheeses and mushroom evenly over each rectangle then roll into loafs, pinching off the sides to keep ingredients inside the bread. 7. Cover again with tower and allow to double in size again. 8. Bake at 190 C for 25-30 minutes or until bread is golden and baked through.