Voordine CR 11
This graceful purple jellyfish effortlessly propels itself through the void. Its dozens of tentacles trail behind, each one emitting a pulse of electricity.
DEFENSE HP 180
EAC 24; KAC 26
Fort +15, Ref +15, Will +10; DR 10/piercing or slashing; Immunities cold, fire; Resistances electricity 10
Speed fly 60 ft. (Ex, good), jet 400 ft.
Melee tentacle +24 (4d6+19 P & E plus grab; critical stunned [DC 18])
Space 20 ft.; Reach 20 ft. (40 ft. with tentacles)
Offensive Abilities independent tentacles
Air Bubble (Ex)
A voordine can share breathable air stored in its mesoglea with an adjacent creature as a move action. It can provide this air for up to 6 creatures per day. This grants an affected creature with the effects of life bubble.
Independent Tentacles (Ex)
A voordine can maintain a grapple on up to four creatures.
A voordine can move backward as a full action at the listed speed. It must move in a straight line while jetting and does not provoke attacks of opportunity when it does so. This ability only applies in vacuum, and the voordine must wait 1d4 rounds between uses of this ability.
Environment any vacuum
Organization solitary, pair, or shoal (3–6)
Voordines are massive, intelligent, space-faring jellyfish. Typically limited to a single solar system, they travel from planet to planet to indulge their curiosity. They find planets where changes occur rapidly the most interesting. Voordines’ main bodies measure 19 feet in diameter, and their tentacles trail behind it for 40 feet. They weigh 2,500 pounds and live for 1,000 years.
The peaceful voordines have an affinity for imperiled creatures and often come to the rescue with uses of air bubble, giving them the moniker of “space angels” from those they have saved. Negotiating travel with voordines to specific locations in a solar system is difficult and convincing them to leave their solar systems entirely is almost impossible. Those wishing to travel with voordines must convince the creatures of a compelling reason to visit their destinations, especially if voordines plan to travel elsewhere to satisfy their own curiosities. Fortunately, the creatures are patient and entertain stories or discussions for a long time and typically relent after a few hours. Voordines also agree to let travelers accompany them and can fit eight Medium creatures in their mesoglea for the journey. They do not respond well to threats and react aggressively to bullying attempts.
The nigh-immortal voordines rarely produce young, especially with the creatures far flung across the galaxy. In cases where more than one voordine live in a solar system, the hermaphroditic creatures mate once a century and produce one to three offspring who travel with their parents until they reach adulthood at 50 years. Oddly, childbearing voordines often “beach” themselves on planet while they await the birth of their children.
These voordines are extremely dangerous as they become protective of their young.
Alien Bestiary (Starfinder) © 2018, Legendary Games; Lead Designer: Jason Nelson. Authors: Anthony Adam, Kate Baker, John Bennet, Eytan Bernstein, Robert Brookes, Russ Brown, Duan Byrd, Jeff Dahl, Robyn Fields, Joel Flank, Matt Goodall, Robert J. Grady, Jim Groves, Steven T. Helt, Thurston Hillman, Tim Hitchcock, Nick Hite, Daniel Hunt, Mike Kimmel Marshall, Isabelle Lee, Jeff Lee, Lyz Liddell, Jason Nelson, Richard Pett, Tom Phillips, Alistair J. Rigg, Alex Riggs, Wendall Roy, Mike Shel, Neil Spicer, Todd Stewart, Russ Taylor, Rachel Ventura, Mike Welham, George Loki Williams, Scott Young.