This seems really basic, but I'm not really sure how to treat the case where a creature has been engulfed by a gelatinous cube. Does the creature simply take 1d6 acid damage as if it were attacked, or 10d6 for being completely immersed in acid?
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Swallowed creatures take 1d6 acid damage each round they're engulfed. They're not completely immersed in acid, they're being slowly digested.