Of course, biological susceptibility to a disease wouldn't exactly be considered a "benefit" but you could rule this to mean that if you are a Gnome you will, for the purposes of disease viability, be able to be infected as if you were a Gnome, no matter what beast you were taking the shape of.
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Supernatural entities who don't have that-much-biological body structures in the first place wouldn't take any poison damage, and with good reason. Does it make you immune to poison damage? Treating it as natural english, my hunch would be the last, but is there official clarification? What happens if you become Immune to a condition, while suffering that condition? Do removed parts of a Druid's Wild Shape form persist after said Druid exits Wild Shape? Why does this puzzle offer f8=R as better than f8=Q? Does Durable improve the Con of a Wild Shape form? Our way of saying thanks! These enormous clouds of orange and green butterflies add a reek of putrefaction to the air, stirred by the flapping of their delicate wings. V2Blast ♦ 43k 6 6 gold badges 174 174 silver badges 269 269 bronze badges.
@Xirema I would prefer information that is not just intent, but an official ruling (eg.
She gets this crazy idea: In order to get her playful fix, she Wild-Shapes into an animal, struts about town with pheromones all ablaze, play around with a matching animal, then go back to her team in her original form, and they're all none the wiser (hopefully).